Srinagar News

Three-year-old trekker awarded ‘youngest hiker’ in Valley

“The youngest hiker in the drive was three-year-old Aizel from the business town of Sopore. She accompanied her father who is an avid hiker," a statement by SAVAE said.

PDP hits back at Jaitley, says Article 35A ‘neither a charity nor a concession to J&K’

Naeem Akhtar said that “it seems the Sangh Parivar considers itself above the Supreme Court and that is why Mr Jaitley has chosen to patronisingly pronounce that Article 35-A is constitutionally vulnerable.”

Mehbooba hits out at J&K guv for reversing decision taken by her govt

"One fails to understand why my government's historic decision to levy no stamp duty on property registered in the names of females was revoked," Mufti said in a tweet.

Woman gives birth on road after Srinagar hospital refuses to admit her, baby dies

According to the local Meteorological Department, the temperature in Srinagar was recorded at -0.7 degrees Celsius on Thursday night. Suraya Begum delivered a girl around 8.30 pm. The baby died soon after birth.

Now all weather road-connectivity to Ladakh in J&K

The road will also be a strategic advantage in the Kargil region which saw transgression from the Pakistani side in 1999.

CISF to take over Srinagar Airport

The CISF has been seeking the job of providing security to airports in Jammu and Kashmir for a long time.

Jammu & Kashmir municipal polls: State government declares holiday on voting days

The polls are scheduled to begin on October 8, followed by the second phase on October 10, third phase on October 13 and last phase on October 16. The counting of votes will be done on October 20.

Two overground workers of militants arrested in J&K

On 10 August, two persons barged inside the Jammu and Kashmir Bank branch and attacked bank guard Mumtaz Ahmad with pepper spray and a sharp-edged weapon in an attempt to snatch his 12-bore rifle, a police spokesman said.

Jammu alleged land row: Right time for Governor’s rule, says Farooq Abdullah

The National Conference patron and Lok Sabha MP said his party had never been a promoter of governor's rule but it appeared to be the only way to arrest growing unrest in the state, which he asserted is fast slipping into anarchy under the PDP-BJP government.

Implement SOP, ensure safety of civilians: Mehbooba Mufti to agencies

Besides discussing the overall security scenario in the state, Mufti asked heads of security agencies to implement Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) while executing operations in different parts of the state.

J&K: Youth identified as militant in social media Special Police Officer, say police

Police on Thursday termed the news fake and said the man in the photograph is Special Police Officer Bilal Ahmad.

Tourism down, J&K wants security signature reduced

The government has directed the police to remove “unnecessary” concertina wire on roads and around security establishments and asked security forces to “beautify” bunkers.