Kishtwar News

Unidentified gunmen enter J&K Police head constable's house, run away with AK-47 rifle

Head Constable Dalip Singh was at home when the incident took place. Singh has been living with his son in a rented accommodation near Government Girls Higher Secondary School in Kishtwar's Shedi Bazar area.

J&K: Anti-Corruption Bureau books officials in misappropriation case in Kishtwar

The FIR was registered against the then officials of education zone on the basis of a verification conducted into the allegations of misappropriation of government funds to the tune of Rs 10.50 lakhs pertaining to cooking cost and honorarium to cooks, he said. 


J&K: Curfew continues for fifth day in Kishtwar after killing of BJP leader

The killing of Parihar brothers triggered massive protests across the Jammu region following which authorities suspended internet services in the curfew-bound areas, while the internet speed was slowed down in the rest of the division, including the winter capital Jammu.

J&K: Curfew in Kishtwar, police question PSOs posted with BJP leader Anil Parihar

Sources said that police have detained two of its own men for questioning, who were posted as personal security officers (PSOs) with the BJP leader, in view of his being on the hit list of terrorists.

Junior engineer in J-K fined for ‘dancing at wedding’, made to apologise

A video featuring the engineer dancing at the marriage function was sent to Kitchloo by a local, following which the punishment was given.

Jammu and Kashmir: Blast in car parked at Kishtwar bus stand, one injured

The explosion has come in the wake of reports about Lashkar trying to revive militancy in Chenab Valley which comprises Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban districts.


2013 Kishtwar Eid riots: Former J-K MoS, others indicted by probe panel

During Eid on August 9, 2013, a large number of houses and commercial establishments were reduced to ashes; three people were killed

Poll staff stranded, govt employees protest

Deputy Commissioner says staff to be airlifted Tuesday, Wednesday.

In terror zone, their vote is for roads, houses and hospital

Despite heavy rain, Gool and Ramban also reported heavy turnout. Lodhra polling station-15 in Arnas recorded 100 per cent polling by 3 pm.

Chidambaram rules out terror,external link in Kishtwar violence

The Union Minister said the overall situation in Jammu and Kashmir was under control.