J-K government had ordered a probe into the Maisuma unrest and asked DIG of Police,Kashmir to hold an inquiry into the clashes.
In clear violation of the J-K govt ordinance banning private practice of SKIMS doctors,a large number of of them openly run their private clinics.
Jammu and Kashmir government is planning to rehabilitate the nomadic Gujjars by settling them permanently in the different colonies.
The Jammu and Kashmir police have launched a hunt for two Lashkar-e-Toiba militants who reportedly sneaked into the forest areas of Poonch from across the LoC.
At least 14 people,including five security force personnel,were injured in clashes that erupted soon after CRPF jawans allegedly roughed up some shopkeepers and passers-by.
The Jammu and Kashmir government ordered a probe into the cause of fire that broke out in historic Mubarak Mandi complex in Jammu.
The BJP and the SASS have decided to start the agitation for seeking the withdrawal of Public Safety Act (PSA) against religious preacher,Dinesh Bharti,and to end the discrimination with Jammu region.
PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed said peace in the sub-continent and resolution of Kashmir issue should dominate the national debate rather than war and confrontation rhetoric.
State Police arrested a state government official belonging to Rural Development Department for his alleged connections with a militant outfit.
The SRTC employees have threatened mass protests against the management for its failure to address their grievances yet again.
As J-K CM plans to set-up a 24×7 call centre to address the people’s grievances,a canteen owner a victim of harassment by the officials at the IMPA waits for a response to his complaint.
The Border Roads Organisation has declared the entire 30 km long road between Assar and Pul Doda as unsafe resulting in Doda and Kishtwar districts being cut off.
To achieve its revenue realization target before the end of financial year,Power Development Department has asked the filed staff engaged in revenue collection not to take leave till month of March.
Nearly 100 artists from Jammu,Kashmir and Ladakh regions fused their musical performances to an audience spread over 150 countries through live telecast from DD Kashir channel.
A five-day musical festival titled ‘Jugalbandi-diffusion’,in which over 100 artists from different regions of Jammu and Kashmir will perform live begins at Jammu’s Abhinav theatre.