Kashmir

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HC’s pro-active approach gives a boost to Dal restoration

In three years,a pro-active pursuit of the case by the HC has turned Dal restoration into J-K’s most popular issue outside its treacherous politics.

Nigeen project can give Dal a few tips on lake conservation

Nigeen Lake’s conservation organization NLCO,an NGO,has set up an example by taking an initiative to save a lake,however small it may be.

Roorkee University brought Dal hope; was never enforced

One of the many attempts to save Dal Lake was the Conservation and Management Plan for the Dal – Nagin Lake undertaken by the Alternate Hydro Energy Centre of University of Roorkee.

J-K villagers plan agitation to get CRPF camp shifted

Days after an Army camp in north Kashmir’s Bomai village was relocated after massive protests which lasted over a month.

Hizb claims hand in Kupwara incident,to focus now on border

Kashmir’s largest indigenous militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen has said that they will shift their operations to the border areas.

Tube well scheme for rural Kashmir hits roadblock

A Jammu and Kashmir initiative to provide water in rural areas by digging tube wells has suffered a major setback with most of the villagers who had provided land for the project having got no jobs in lieu of the land.

Sites along Kashmir’s Mughal road to get facelift

With the government setting a deadline for the completion of work on Mughal road by early 2011,work is set to begin on the heritage structures and monuments along the road to promote state tourism.

Marriage against parents’ will; police to protect J&K girl

A court asked the Delhi police to provide protection to a girl who was allegedly assaulted by Jammu and Kashmir police and her relatives at a shelter home for marrying her Hindu neighbour.

IED recovered in Baramulla

Police on Friday recovered an improvised explosive device (IED) from a crowded place in Baramulla,55 kms from from Srinagar.

Another infiltration bid near LoC in Gurez

A day after senior Army commander claimed that militants are waiting to infiltrate into the Valley from PoK,Army is engaged in yet another operation against the infiltrators in forests of Gurez Valley near LoC.

Top Lashkar militant killed in Kupwara encounter

A top Lashkar-e-Toiba militant was killed in an encounter with security forces in Kupwara district,a defence spokesman said on Thursday.

Extensive efforts by NGO’s to clean up Dal lake

At a time when thousands of tons of garbage find its way into the Dal,NGO’s have come to the rescue.

1.34 lakh new J-K voters in LS polls than 2004

As many as 1.34 lakh more voters have become eligible to exercise their right of franchise in the coming Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir as compared to the size of the electorate in the state in 2004.

Youth Hostel Association steps forward to ‘save Dal’

The Youth Hostel Associations of India has stepped forward to volunteer to save the shrinking Dal Lake. They recently organized a meeting to discuss alternate ways of saving the Lake.

Kupwara gun battle enters fifth day

The Kupwara gun battle in the dense Shamasbari forest entered in its fifth day with reports of fierce fighting between troops and hiding militants.