By FPJ Bureau
Zaffar Iqbal Srinagar: Rajkumar has a packed work schedule lined up for the next fortnight. After returning to Kashmir last week this mig...Read More
The tourists desirous of undertaking visit to the state shall be provided all necessary assistance and logistical support,” it added.
It is heartening that Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has decided to withdraw the advisory which directed the Amarnath Yatra p...Read More
Grassroots democracy in Kashmir, anyone? Let us not delude ourselves. There can be no democracy at the local or even at the assembly...Read More
By Asian News International
Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) stated that one administrative college will also be established here.
Normal life remained affected in the Kashmir Valley for the 52nd consecutive day on Wednesday with public transport off the roads even as...Read More
Bengaluru: Hundreds of temples and schools that remained shut down in the Kashmir Valley over the years would be re-opened for public use...Read More
The three terrorists were identified as Ubaid-ul-Islam, Sabeel Ahmad Baba, residents of Aghlar Kandi in Pulwama's Rajpora and Jehangir Ah...Read More
Srinagar: Incidents of miscreants threatening shopkeepers and vandalising private vehicles have been reported from many places in Kashmir...Read More
Rallies would be conducted by Army Recruiting Office (ARO) at Jammu and Srinagar and at JAK LI regimental centre to select the recruits.
Srinagar: Normal life remained affected in Kashmir Valley for the 42nd consecutive day on Sunday following abrogation of Article 370 as m...Read More
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir): The situation in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh is turning back to normal as the majority of areas continue t...Read More
Srinagar: Day-time restrictions were eased in most parts of Kashmir on Tuesday but markets remained shut and public transport off the roa...Read More
New Delhi: The Intelligence Bureau (IB), India's internal spy agency, has alerted Delhi Police against potential terror attacks in the Na...Read More
New Delhi: Terrorist groups have threatened locals in the Kashmir valley against opening shops and schools through posters put up in vari...Read More
Srinagar: High schools in the Kashmir Valley will reopen from Wednesday in areas where restrictions have been lifted, officials said on T...Read More
Officials said the situation was peaceful and no untoward incident was reported from anywhere in the Kashmir Valley yesterday
Srinagar (Jammu Kashmir): The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Monday announced that middle-level schools across Kashmir Valley will o...Read More
New Delhi: Asserting that restrictions in the Kashmir Valley were put in place to avoid loss of human lives, the foremost priority, a top...Read More
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Police Monday said Eid al-Adha festivities passed off peacefully in the state, barring a few minor incide...Read More