Pak to launch campaign against Kashmir ‘rights violations’

India carried out 224 ceasefire violations along LoC, International Border this year: Sartaj Aziz

Islamabad, Oct 24: Pakistan will launch a campaign internationally against the human rights "violations" by the Indian army in Kashmir, the country's Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, said Friday.Giving a statement in the Senate, the Upper House of the Parliament, on the recent incidents More

India never violates ceasefire: Rajnath Singh

‘We are capable of giving befitting reply’

Greater Noida, Oct 24: India has never violated the 2003 ceasefire with Pakistan on the Jammu and Kashmir border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said Friday."India never violates the ceasefire. It is a country which believes in peace," the minister said in response to Pakistani allegations."In More

New Delhi downplays London ‘Million March’

Ready for talks with Pakistan under Shimla Agreement, Lahore Declaration: MEA

New Delhi, Oct 24: Two days ahead of a planned rally in London by a group on Kashmir issue, India Friday warned that forces inimical to Indo-UK relations may utilize such opportunity in open societies.However, it appreciated Britain's stand that the Kashmir issue was to be resolved only by India More

Pak HC sends Diwali sweets to Modi, Mukherjee

New Delhi, Oct 24: Pakistan has sent 'Diwali sweets' to President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister NarendraModi.The sweets, by Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and his wife, were also sent to External Affairs Minister SushmaSwaraj.According to sources, Basit sent the boxes to the Prime More

New Delhi trying to dilute Kashmir dispute: Mirwaiz

Hurriyat (M) supports London ‘Million March’, to submit memorandum to EU, British Parliament


Chrar-e-Sharief (Budgam), Oct 24: The Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Friday hit out at New Delhi for “diluting Kashmir issue and delaying its resolution by raking up electoral and administrative issues.”“Kashmir is a political issue concerning aspirations of the people More

Centre may form panel for ‘fair distribution’

Flood relief


New Delhi, Oct 24: Asserting that Rs 745 crore and “free replacement of books and notebooks” for primary schoolchildren announced by Prime Minister NarendraModi during his visit to Jammu & Kashmir yesterday was “over and above” all the earlier flood-related grants announced by the Central Government More

Cop shot dead in Kulgam


Kulgam, Oct 24: Suspected militants shot dead a policeman in Qaimoh area of this South Kashmir district late Thursday evening.The assailants intercepted and shot at Rafiq Ahmad Mir son of Muhammad Ramzan, a constable in IRP, outside his residence in HussanporaBagh village in Qaimoh at 8:15 pm More

Omar nominates Mehbooba for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan

Thanks Modi for appreciating him on picking up broom

Srinagar, Oct 24: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Friday nominated his political opponent and PDP president Mehbooba Mufti and Nobel Peace prize winner KailashSatyarthi among nine people to Prime Minister NarendraModi’s ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan’.Omar, who was nominated by Bollywood superstar Salman More

Sham Lal Sharma resigns from cabinet

‘NC sabotaged my move to regularize daily wagers’

Rana hits back, says he will join BJP

Javaid Malik

Srinagar, Oct 24: As the Election Commission of India is all set to announce the dates for the forthcoming assembly elections in the state, senior Congress leader and Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Sham Lal Sharma on Friday evening tendered his resignation from the state cabinet. < More

JK begins ‘mission’ to restore Kashmir’s flood-hit treasure trove

DELUGED SPS MUSEUM|Seeks help from New Delhi, Lucknow conservation centers


Srinagar, Oct 24: Authorities have started the work to restore Kashmir’s connections to its past following the last month’s devastating floods that wreaked havoc to the State’s treasure trove. The focus of the ‘mission’ is the famed Sri  Pratap Singh (SPS) Museum in the summer capital—one of More

1.15 lakh sheep, goat perish, Sheep Husbandry suffers Rs 60 cr loss

Dept craves for funds to rebuild damaged infrastructure

Flood fallout


Jammu, Oct 24: Atleast 1.5 lakh goat and Sheep have perished across Jammu and Kashmir in the floods that struck the state last month, while the Sheep Husbandry Department (SDH) has incurred a loss of Rs 60 crore due to damages to the infrastructure and death of its livestock.   Talking More

Army to procure jammer to thwart radio, cell-phone IED attacks

Jammu, Oct 24: Army has initiated the process to procure the latest jammer system to thwart attacks by radio and cell phone controlled improvised explosive device on its convoys and personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.A Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued recently by the General Officer Commanding More

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Govt employee ends life


Ramban, Oct 24:An employee of state forest department reportedly committed suicide by hanging himself with ceiling fan in Ramban district, police said.As per police reports, the dead body was found hanging More

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JU hosts NZ Badminton tourney from Oct 27

Jammu, Oct 24: University of Jammu (JU) shall be hosting the North Zone Inter-University Badminton (men and women) Tournament from October 27 on the campus, here.In all, 48 teams in men and 46 in women More

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HC issues notice to State, MLA


Jammu, Oct 24 :  Justice Tashi Rabstan of Jammu and Kashmir High Court has issued notices to Commissioner Home, SSP Udhampur, SHO Majalta, Harshdev Singh, MLA Ramnagar, besdies five others , in a More

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Artisans, workers & technicians celebrate Vishwakarma Day with full rituals



Jammu, Oct 24: The Vishwakarma Day was today celebrated with full religious fervor and rituals across the city by performing pujan, hawans besides holding of programmes at several places to remember and More

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Rajouri, Oct 24: Atleast two students were injured after rival student groups clash here  at Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU). “Two groups of students clashed over some issue resulting More

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SCWC appreciates creation of new admin units

Bhaderwah, Oct 24: Describing the creation of new administrative units in Bhaderwah as a ‘Historical Decision’, Senior Citizen Welfare Council (SCWC) today said that it was a long pending demand of the More

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