At a time when polythene usage in the city has become a major issue,the Srinagar municipal authorities are grappling with the lack of rules and regulations to implement the ban on polythene.
JK government has ordered a magisterial inquiry into the killing of a civilian by CRPF personnel at Khaigam village of South Kashmirs Pulwama district.
Dal is perhaps urban Kashmirs most enduring oasis,and a timeless mascot for the Valleys breathtaking beauty.
After it drew a blank in the last Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir,the Bahajuan Samaj Party is getting ready to launch a high-voltage campaign in the state once again.
Union Home Minister,P Chidambaram,has assured Jammu and Kashmir of the Centre’s help in equipping its police to entirely handle internal security in the state.
With an upset Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah raising the Armys inaction on the Sopore encounter probe with Defence Minister A K Antony.
The J&K high court gets serious on cleaning up the Dal Lake
The residents in Bomai have threatened to ‘migrate from the village enmass’ if the Army camp in the village is not shifted in two days.
Two major possible tragedies were averted by security forces across valley on Monday after they detected two powerful IEDs.
Two days after Leela Karan Sharma,convenor of the Shri Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti resigned to facilitate his contesting the LS election on a BJP ticket,the party clarified that a final decision on the number of seats it would contest in the state was yet to be taken.
Alleging harassment by two Special Police Officers of J-K Police,a 20-year-old woman attempted self-immolation at Lohai Malhaar village in Kathua district.
State HC started the hearing in the writ petition,on Thursday,which has sought the direction to the State govt to constitute delimitation commission .
The Srinagar Municipal Corporation met to discuss a proposal to vaccinate the dogs in the city against Rabies.
Though Agriculture and allied sector contribute 27 per cent to the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) during the last five years,it got the least attention from Jammu and Kashmir government.
Separatists and workers of a political party are alleged to be behind the spate of stone pelting incidents after the state police seized an auto carrying a load of stones meant for distribution.