The Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to go for the vote on account to meet the expenditure for the five months during the next year instead of full budget.
As employees across the state struck work to press for their demands,SMHS Hospital,the valley’s top General Hospital,got paralysed.
The Cancer Centre has just one medical physicist to cater to the nearly 100 cancer patients daily who have to receive radiation in the hospital.
One person was injured when unidentified men tossed a hand grenade towards a paramilitary forces bunker in Srinagar.
Foiling an attempt of supply of SIM cards to the militant outfits,state police have arrested a Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militant from Batote.
The Director of SKIMS hospital,Dr Abdul Hamid Zargar has designated Joint Director of the hospital as Vigilance Officer and asked the practicing doctors to abide by law.
Once the hub of the cultural activities in the valley,Tagore Hall now lies in shambles a memorial to the apathy of the state towards art and culture.
Soiled bandages,polythene bags,dust,medicine cartons and cigarette packets decorate the floor. A beggar has set shop in the corridor outside the small dingy room which is the hospital’s emergency ward.
After record pilgrimage in January this year,Vaishno Devi pilgrimage has decreased during the month of February,so far.
Central security forces will soon be moved again to Jammu and Kashmir for poll security during the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Faced with the problem of cash crunch,NC will take the views of its ally Congress in the state on whether to present a full budget or to go for vote on account in the state
After sweeping the Rajya Sabha polls,NC-Congress coalition has decided to contest all the 11 legislative council seats in Jammu and Kashmir.
After Rahul Dholakia’s successful Kashmir sojourn,the J-K government has urged the filmmakers of the country to revive the old bonds with scenic state.
Jammu and Kashmir government is holding talks with the employees representatives in Jammu to find a settlement to the issue.
Taking a cue from the J-K Police’s police-public meetings to increase coordination with public the BSF has also decided to take up public meetings with border villagers to check cross-border infiltration.