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.
The Union Ministry of Tourism has asked the state government to submit a fresh eco-tourism development plan,before funds could be released for the development of this sector in J-K.
Jammu and Kashmir government has for the first time started a Hangul census all across Kashmir Valley and even some areas of Jammu,to start its captive breeding for checking its decline in number.
A day before the RS polls,the Congress party is holding the meeting of all its Jammu legislators to ensure that they vote for two of the NC nominees who are contesting the elections later this month.
Although it is over three months since the cross-LoC trade started between India and Pakistan.
A Bangalore bus ticket found on the body of one of the four Kerala men killed in Kashmir en route to a terror training camp in Pakistan.
Each ward in the valley’s premier hospital is bereft of basic medical amenities like resuscitation equipment,BP apparatus and basic dressing materials.
After spending two years in PoK,a youth returned to Kashmir through LoC from Uri sector with horror stories of the training camps.
Four persons,including a police constable,were reportedly missing after they got stuck in an avalanche in Machil area of Kupwara even as rain kept the Jammu-Srinagar highway closed.
The J-K govt has put police at the front in maintaining law and order in Srinagar city and the Central Reserve Police Force has begun de-induction of 31 companies.