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Powerful IED removed from near train track in J-K

Police averted a major tragedy by detecting a powerful IED planted near a railway track in Anantnag district of Kashmir.

Taliban presence felt in Kashmir valley

The recent alleged intercepts of LeT and HuM indicate the presence of battle hardened Taliban militants in the Kupwara district.

Schooling the change? Dal issue might enter textbooks

The Detailed Project Report for conservation of Dal-Nigeen lakes advocates ‘incorporation of lessons on environment especially on lake conservation in the school curriculum at the primary and secondary levels.’

Kashmir students join Nigeen lake clean-up operation

School children from the valley joined hands with the Nigeen Lake Conservation Organisation in a clean-up operation.

Dal Lake = Srinagar’s sewage dump?

Where does the Srinagar city’s sewage go? The mouth of the city’s 15 major drains open into the Dal Lake,polluting its waters on a daily basis.

No J&K politician visits family of local soldier killed in Kupwara

From Omar constituency Ganderbal,Shabir Ahmad Malik of 1 Para died battling Pak infiltrators

26/11 mastermind surfaces on J&K terror radar

In the recent infiltration bids in J&K the security agencies found one of the main LeT mastermind of the Mumbai terror attack,as the brain behind the large-scale intrusion.

Inter-state drugs racket busted in Jammu,two held

The Narcotics Control Bureau,Jammu and Kashmir,busted yet another inter-state racket of drug smugglers and arrested two in Jammu.

NSA against Varun more political than legal: Omar

If we weren’t in the middle of an election season which tends to become a silly season,possibly this act (NSA) wouldn’t have been used,the Jammu and Kashmir CM said.

Leader of West Pak refugees in J-K poll fray

With a view to bringing into focus the issue of citizenship rights for nearly 1.50 lakh west Pakistani refugees in Jammu and Kashmir,their leader Laba Ram Gandhi has plunged into the poll fray.

Congress to field Azad’s brother in Bhaderwah bypoll

The Congress party has decided to field the brother of former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad,Mohammad Sharief Niaz,in the bypoll,scheduled on April 23.

High-level meeting in Kashmir over recent infiltration

A high-level meeting to be chaired by the Union Home and Defence Secretaries will be held in Srinagar to discus the issue of infiltration in J&K.

Operation Gurez to go on in Kashmir

The infiltrators had sneaked in last week and the Army continues its search in the forests of Gurez. So far,one infiltrator has been killed in the operation that entered into its second week

Dal Lake could live up to 300 more years!

If only silt from its surroundings keeps on depositing in Dal Lake,it will take another 346 years to disappear. And siltation of the lake bed is only one small reason for the death of the Dal.

Op Gurez on,militant killed in Kupwara

Even as troops are engaged in a massive search operation in Gurez sector in north Kashmir.