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India’s outbound tourism witnessing rush this summer: Survey

Among domestic destinations, Srinagar is drawing huge crowd.

Hurriyat keen to meet Sharif in Delhi

Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has called the invitation to Sharif a good beginning and an encouraging message.

Only 14% Pandits eligible to vote in Srinagar

Among the 36,015 Kashmiri Pandit migrant voters, the EC has received only 1,888 migrant forms, of which 209 were rejected.

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Hizbul posters in Srinagar: ‘Keep off polls or face attack’

‘Beware. If you vote, you will bear the consequences,’ read the posters.

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Clash between security forces, militants ongoing in Srinagar

A militant outfit Al-Shohada Brigade claimed responsibility for the attack on the police guards.

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83 percent of polling stations in Jammu & Kashmir’s Anantnag sensitive

Of the 1,615 polling stations in the Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency, 690 polling stations have been designated as hypersensitive.

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Security forces detect IED planted in heart of Srinagar

A patrol party of 151 Territorial Army noticed a bag lying by the roadside near an Army camp.

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The FIR states that Shabir Khan also asked her if she wanted to be at a higher post in the AIDS Control Department.

Arrest warrant against ex-J&K minister

Khan had resigned Friday after a female doctor alleged he made sexual advances towards her.

Doc accuses J&K minister of making sexual advances

The allegations against the minister could be damaging for the ruling Congress in Kashmir before the elections.

Particle alarm from city to city

Beig had developed a system of air pollution forecasting and research during the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Pakistani troops on Sunday resorted to unprovoked firing for three hours on a day the nation celebrated its 65th Republic Day.

Ceasefire violation, strike in Valley; Governor calls for peace, progress

Pointing at the rising incidents of ceasefire violations and infiltration in the state, the governor also urged Pakistan to maintain calm along the border.

Most places in J&K recorded sub-zero temperatures. (PTI)

Rains drench North India, heavy snowfall in Kashmir

The city received average one millimetre of rain during the day while the Ridge area received the maximum of 6.4 ml of rains.

Separate tuition sessions for boys,girls in Srinagar

State directive follows rape of minor by tutor in private centre.

Former chief of J&K entrance exam board surrenders

Peer is one of the main accused in the Common Entrance Test (CET) scam.