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Flyover in Srinagar gets makeover under Smart City Project
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Florists prepare for spring season in Srinagar
JandK Govt organises winter exhibition to promote young entrepreneurs
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Canada: Campaign on Kashmiri Hindus' plight, terrorism outside Pak consulate
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'Terrorists' strength in Kashmir...': Army officer on Pakistan, drones, tunnels
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Health emergency declared in Nepal as pollution rises
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Kashmir weather update: Valley receives new year's first snowfall, traffic on Srinagar-Jammu highway haltedThe 40-day long period of harsh winter cold, locally known as the 'Chillai Kalan', will end on January 31.
Valley's youth being pushed to pick up arms again: Omar Abdullah"In 2012, 2013, and 2014, there was barely any youth resorting to arms. The number of men, who joined the militancy over a period of 12-13 years, is now being matched in a matter of months these days,"..
Barbed wire in Kashmir: Security cordon to powering rural homesBarbed wire has become synonymous with images of security cordons, especially in the context of Kashmir. But for years the Valley has been putting it to an unusual use: supplying electricity to..
112-yr-old Kashmiri Pandit’s funeral bridges Valley divide
Kashmiri doctors working in Britain urge Valley residents to follow advice of medical professionals
'Aim is to entertain': Cinema to return to Kashmir soon with Valley's first multiplexA three-storey multiplex will soon come up in Srinagar, the first of its kind in Kashmir, which will enable Kashmiris to enjoy Bollywood films on the big screen.
J&K govt faces anger, says no booze-shop planReligious and political organisations in Kashmir have opposed a reported move to open liquor vends in the Valley, prompting the government to clarify on Sunday that it was not considering any such..
COVID-19: Declare travel history or face legal action, say authorities in KashmirThis is the last chance being given to report to authorities about travel history abroad and outside the Valley, failing which one can face imprisonment under provisions of the Disaster Management Act,..
Women, be self-reliant: Arifa's message on PM's Twitter handleKashmiri woman Arifa Jan, who has spun a success story of her own through revival of the Valley's Numdah handicraft, on Sunday tweeted on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Twitter handle to emphasise that..
Valley journalists being intimidated by security agencies, says Kashmir Press ClubThe Kashmir Press Club on Monday said security agencies were resorting to threats and intimidation of journalists working in the valley. The press club held a meeting on Monday where the member..
Kin of poet quoted by FM: Clampdown hit Valley hardSons of Kashmiri poet Dina Nath Kaul says that the the clampdown in the Valley has led to immense hardship for the people
9-hour power cuts add to misery of Valley’s long winter
Pandits mark 30 years of exile with #HumWapasAayengeIt’s been 30 years since Kashmiri Pandits living in the Valley were forced to leave their homes because of a violent separatist movement that selectively targeted the minority community. To observe..
Ministers' visit to Valley government's third bid to spread 'lies' on Jammu and Kashmir situation: Ghulam Nabi Azad
Kashmir shutdown: Shops, business establishments closed for third consecutive dayMost shops and other business establishments in Kashmir were closed on Friday, the third consecutive day of a Valley-wide shutdown following a brief semblance of normalcy. On Wednesday, posters warning..
Extension of admission concessions for Kashmiri migrants to Valley's Kashmiri Pandits within existing quota: HRD
After 100-day halt, trains to run again in Valley today
Watch video: Gulmarg in J-K's Baramulla district receives season's first snowfallWith the normalcy returning to the Valley, tour operators hope to make up for the lost time.
70 days on, Valley's postpaid mobiles to come alive on MondayWhile voice calls and SMS will be enabled, mobile internet will remain barred for now. The move is set to benefit those of around 40 lakh postpaid mobile subscribers in J&K who are in the Valley...
90% of BDC voters missing in three Kashmir districtsThis bizarre situation is because the 2018 panchayat elections in the state were boycotted by the two main parties in the Valley, the National Conference and the PDP. As a result, for most seats there..
In Kashmir, some foreign tourists appreciate the 'peace & quiet'Some said they believe the Valley will be safer now that it is under direct central government rule. Others welcome the solitude, the peace and quiet and the absence of tourist rush. The rock-bottom..
Army to train Kashmir Valley boys for October job driveLt General KJS Dhillon also stated that young children from the Valley were taken for a tour to Delhi, Ajmer Sharif, and Jaipur so that they get exposure to developments in technology and other spheres
Curfew-like curbs back in Valley ahead of MuharramCurfew-like restrictions were reimposed on Sunday in several parts of Kashmir to foil any plans on taking out Muharram processions in the Valley as authorities apprehended that large congregations..
Pak sustaining terror, using social media to radicalise Valley's youth: J&K DGPAsserting that Pakistan is sustaining terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, state police chief Dilbagh Singh on Friday said the neighbouring country's use of social media to radicalise the youths in the..
Centre: 80% of Valley landlines functionalThe Centre on Thursday gave a detailed account of "normalcy" returning to Kashmir after its August 5 decision to scrap special status to J&K under Article 370 and informed the court that 80% of..
As injured teen dies, curbs return to Valley
Restrictions eased in areas under 11 more police stations of Valley: J&K policeWith this, 82 out of 105 Police Stations limits have no restrictions.
Shutdown in Valley after shopkeeper’s killing
'Forget Srinagar, save Muzaffarabad': Bilawal Bhutto Zardari lashes out at Imran Khan over Kashmir, says Modi has snatched Valley from PakistanPakistan Peoples' Party leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan over his alleged failure in the Kashmir issue
Landline telephone services restored in most places in Valley: OfficialsLandline telephone services have been restored in most areas across the length and breadth of the Valley, the officials said. The process of fully restoring the landline connectivity, barring few..
Almost 90% of stone-pelting incidents after J&K move were in SrinagarAfter August 6, stone-pelting incidents in the Valley have followed a downward graph, but for a brief spike on Fridays and around Independence Day. On August 6 — the day Parliament cleared the..
Curfew-like curbs back in Valley’s trouble-free zoneCurfew-like restrictions were reimposed on Friday in parts of the Valley where the lockdown had been eased last week, the return of barricades and concertina wires to places like Srinagar’s nerve..
Visit to Valley will disturb restoration of peace, normal life: J&K government to political leadersThe Jammu and Kashmir government issued a statement on Friday night asking political leaders not to visit the Valley as it would disturb the gradual restoration of peace and normal life.
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Diocese of Amritsar to visit Valley, will hold meetings with religious heads
No major law and order situation reported across Valley, says J-K Director InformationThere has been no major law and order situation reported across the valley and life is returning to normal, said Syed Sehrish Asgar, Director of Information and Public Relations of Jammu and Kashmir on..
Kashmir gets a cloak of peace on EidNSA Ajit Doval undertakes aerial survey of Valley; Intel inputs suggest fresh terror threat from JeM terrorists
ISI planning Pulwama-type attack in Kashmir: Intelligence reportThe intelligence report states that as many as six to seven JeM terrorists may have already infiltrated the Valley
Section 144 to be lifted in Valley within week: MoS Home Kishan ReddySection 144 will be lifted within a week to ten days and that there will be normalcy in the Valley soon, MoS Home Kishan Reddy said.
Abrogation of Article 370: Colleges open in Kathua and Samba; food at doorstepsMore than 400 telephone mobile centres will be installed so that people can communicate with there relatives outside the Valley
Ahmedabad: Tour operators take Kashmir off menuNot just the long Independence Day weekend, they are discouraging the Valley as a destination even during Diwali
Amid gloom in Valley, for many Kashmiris it’s time for a hurrah
Carve out separate Union territory for Kashmiri Pandits along Jhelum river: Panun KashmirKashmiri Pandits will not return to the Valley till the Centre carves out a separate centrally-administered Union territory for their rehabilitation, an organisation representing the community said...
For counter-terror operations, Centre to deploy additional 10,000 troops in KashmirDecision comes after NSA Ajit Doval returned from a two-day review visit to the Valley
Centre moves 10,000 more troops to J&K, countdown begins for removal of Article 35ATwo days after National Security Adviser Ajit Doval returned from a visit to the Valley, the Centre has decided to move 10,000 additional paramilitary troops there to address the likely fallout of the..
Silence in the valley: Shutdown in Srinagar on Burhan Wani's third death anniversaryAdditional security forces were deployed in sensitive areas to foil any protest and maintain law and order in the Valley.
Separatists call for Valley shutdown tomorrow
220 wards of 112 separatists from Valley settled abroad