To check evasion of customs duty during cross LoC trade,the Central Govt has made it mandatory that goods to be traded with PoK should be either grown or manufactured in Jammu and Kashmir.
J&K police and the states Relief Department have initiated a joint probe into an inter-state racket in which people from Kashmir have been making fake migration certificates to secure admissions.
To avoid the premature melting of Shiv Lingam at Amarnath cave shrine due to daily helicopter sorties near the cave,SASB has decided to find an alternate site away from the cave.
The consistent protests in the Kashmir valley have had a negative effect on the high tourist rush the state was seeing this season.
A former Hizbul Mujahideen militant,in jail since in 1997,was sentenced to seven-year rigorous imprisonment under Arms Act.
The President of the opposition PDP,Mehbooba Mufti along with a dozen sitting legislators and party leaders were taken into preventive custody.
J-K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has ordered a time bound judicial probe to investigate the mysterious death of two women in south Kashmir and also transferred the Deputy Commissioner of Shopian.
Pakistan has denied visa to a 12 member delegation from Jammu and Kashmir disallowing it to attend a five day long peace conference in the neighbouring country.
In the December Assembly polls last year,the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) walked away with 21 seats.
Revving up the clean energy situation is now a mainstream development need
J-K CID has rejected the surrender appeal of two hard core militants.
At least 12 persons were injured in a clash between supporters of ruling National Conference and Opposition Peoples Democratic Party in Budgam district.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has assured Farooq Abdullah that he will be inducted into the Cabinet when the first expansion takes place,J&K chief Minister Omar Abdullah said.
The NC-Cong coalition made a clean sweep winning five of the six Lok Sabha seats,including Baramulla where Peoples Conference leader and former separatist Sajjad Lone was defeated.
Madan Lal Sharma of the Congress defeated his nearest rival Leela Karan Sharma of the BJP by 121373 votes to retain the Jammu Lok Sabha seat.