Free Press Journal
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    Indus Water Treaty: All you need to know

    Post the Uri attack on September 18, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is under tremendous pressure to take severe steps against Pakistan. One of the options, which the PM can consider is to either scrap or alter the provisions of the Indus Water Treaty, as per media experts.

  • J-K continues to seethe on 50th day of unrest

    Srinagar: Curfew and restrictions continued for the 50th day across the Kashmir Valley on Saturday with no let up in separatist-called shutdown as the death toll rose to 71 after the body of a man, allegedly chased by security forces during a stone-pelting protest a day ago, was fished out from Jhelum river. Residents said the body of Shahnawaz Khan, 24, was retrieved from the river near Sangam village in south Kashmir’s

  • PM package: Rs 44,800 cr for improving infrastructure,tourism

    New Delhi, Nov 7 (PTI) Over Rs 44,800 crore out of the Rs 80,000 crore package announced today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been earmarked for improving road infrastructure and promoting tourism in the state.

  • J&K bracing for fresh spell of rains; flood toll 17

    Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir was bracing for a fresh spell of rains as predicted by Met department, leading to nervousness among the people who were heaving a sigh of relief as flood situation was showing improvement today after causing the death of 17 people.

  • Flood revisit Kashmir

    Srinagar :  Up to 16 people were killed on Monday as a devastating flood in the Kashmir Valley forced thousands to flee to safer places as rain-fed streams rushed down the mountains, flooding parts of Srinagar. A man was washed away by a swollen river in Jammu region. As the water level in the Jhelum river rose menacingly, a high alert was sounded in the region. Fearing a repeat of the terrible

  • Kashmir gets a taste of floods once again

    New Delhi :  Rains on Sunday lashed many parts of north India, including the Kashmir Valley, where several houses were damaged and the Srinagar-Jammu national highway was shut due to landslides, even as the Met department predicted heavy showers in large areas of the region in the next few days.