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118 traders waiting to travel across LoC

Although it is over three months since the cross-LoC trade started between India and Pakistan.

Bangalore bus ticket in Kashmir valley made cops sit up

A Bangalore bus ticket found on the body of one of the four Kerala men killed in Kashmir en route to a terror training camp in Pakistan.

Shortage of basic life saving medicines in valley hospital

Each ward in the valley’s premier hospital is bereft of basic medical amenities like resuscitation equipment,BP apparatus and basic dressing materials.

Youth who went to PoK for training returns

After spending two years in PoK,a youth returned to Kashmir through LoC from Uri sector with horror stories of the training camps.

Heavy snowfall in Valley,4 missing

Four persons,including a police constable,were reportedly missing after they got stuck in an avalanche in Machil area of Kupwara even as rain kept the Jammu-Srinagar highway closed.

CRPF begins to move out of Srinagar

The J-K govt has put police at the front in maintaining law and order in Srinagar city and the Central Reserve Police Force has begun de-induction of 31 companies.

Hospital wakes up after patient’s suicide threat

It took a suicide threat by a desperate patient for the authorities at Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical sciences (SKIMS) to administer the required treatment.

No money from PoK,so no apples: Kashmiris

Kashmir’s Fruit Growers,who organised massive protests for opening of the Srinagar-Muzuffarabad road for the trade activities,now have stopped sending their apple consignments to PoK.

Unemployment,stress: Kashmir youth switch to intoxication

Nearly half of the unemployed youth in Kashmir is seeking solace in toxic substances to overcome stress and anxiety caused by not being able to earn a livelihood.

New J-K govt rejigs bureaucracy

The NC-Cong coalition government has ordered shifting of many senior IAS officers ‘in an attempt to bring men of honesty and integrity on important positions’.

Promotion quota ordinance in J-K govt services approved

The NC-Congress coalition government under CM Omar Abdullah ratified the decision to enhance the quota for the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in the government services.

Reshuffle in J-K cabinet likely as Congress-NC meet

Reshuffle in administration is on the cards as Omar Abdullah led National Conference-Congress coalition cabinet is holding is first meeting in Jammu.

J-K leaders and bureaucrats siphon off books from libraries

Jammu and Kashmir has earned the distinction of being the second most corrupt state in the country,politicians and bureaucrats have even robbed it of its books.

With decline in militancy,J-K police looks at traffic violators

After a sharp decline in the militant incidents,the J-K Police is now shifting its focus towards law and order. And as part of this,the traffic police in valley have intensified its drive against traffic violators.

Kashmiri pacer Sheikh Muneer Mustafa eyes the IPL

My goal is to be part of team India. I want to be the first player from Kashmir to represent India,says the six foot tall fast bowler.