Pakistan Army and ISI have set up a dedicated communication network inside PoK for terrorists operating in Kashmir.
After the kidney transplant racket was busted in Gurgaon last year,the first thing Jammu and Kashmir government did was to close down its one of a kind eye bank at the Government Medical College,Jammu.
Around two dozen government and private schools in Bomai and adjoining villages remained closed for the second day demanding shifting of Army camps from the villages.
With Ghulam Nabi Azad returning to the Centre as Congress general secretary,he and Digvijay Singh are competing for space at the Congress headquarters.
The district hospital in Baramulla is suffering from shortage of both doctors and equipment. Doctors are lost to private practice and equipment to lack of doctors.
Following the opening of schools,traffic officials had imposed restrictions on the city roads and imposed restriction on the entry of heavy vehicles in Srinagar.
Facing staff shortage,Medical Council of India has asked the state government to stop admitting students to the 3-year degree in MD Paediatrics with the Government Medical College and Hospital.
Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered a probe into the purchase of medicines by the department of Indian System of Medicine (ISM) at exorbitant rates.
PDP lost its chance to introduce the proposal which advocates shared sovereignty over Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan,in the legislative assembly.
A party release said that party MLA Yash Pal Kundal,in defiance of the whip,voted for the NC-Cong ruling coalition as he faced threat to his life.
Government records reveal that power projects already conceived are getting delayed leading to the escalation in the cost of power generation.
The iconic houseboats of Kashmir may never leave the shores again following a directive from the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority.
The PDP had alleged that the encounter in Bandipore had led to much damage,however,a report that was read in the house,claimed otherwise,leading its MLAs to disrupt the house.
Life in Srinagar remained crippled as authorities imposed stringent restrictions on the movement of people in old city and a shutdown was observed in uptown areas.
When Anbumani Ramadoss promised Rs 50 crore for up gradation of Kashmir’s only maternity facility the Lal Ded Hospital in 2007,there was hope for change. Two years later,even that hope has died.