J & K
Mehbooba regrets negative portrayal of Kashmir

Regretting the negative portrayal of Kashmir by some television channels, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today appealed the media to portray the place with all its facets including aesthetic, spiritual and adventurous.

Historic Jawahar tunnel to remain open 24x7 for transportation of fruit

Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Bukhari on Friday directed for making Jawahar tunnel operational round the clock during fruit season to ensure smooth, safe and timely transportation of horticulture industry produce to outside the State.

Mehbooba urges officers to support in eradicating corruption

Terming corruption as a scourge which eats up the vitals of the society, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today asked the officers to support her in the initiative of providing a responsive and responsible administration to the people of the State.

British Deputy High Commission meets Sikh leaders in Srinagar

British High Commission team headed by Alex Pykett met All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) here at Srinagar on Thursday  and discussed Sikh Community affairs in the valley and as whole in J&K state.

Two killed, 30 injured in grenade attack on minister’s cavalcade in Tral

Two civilians were killed and 30 others injured when unidentified militants attacked the cavalcade of works minister Naeem Akhtar with a grenade at Bus Stand Tral on Thursday. 

Netherlands to assist JK to develop hi-tech horticulture infrastructure

To inspect demonstration projects of High Density Apple orchards established by Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) Kashmir in collaboration with companies from Netherlands, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Holland), Alphonsus Stoelinga, today inspected various projects here.

Inhabitants of J&K suffer brunt of Indo-Pak hostility: Mehbooba

Appealing for peace between India and Pakistan, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today sought end to hostilities between the two countries on the borders saying it is the people of the State who suffer the brunt of these skirmishes.

Big wall created between Hindu Jammu and Muslim Kashmir: Civil Society Group
The Civil Society Coordination Committee, We The People, Monday said their job is to bridge the gap socially, politically, and geographically between Kashmir and Jammu as there is a lot of disparity that has been created between the two regions.
Rahul Gandhi is non-serious person: Nirmal Singh

Calling All India Congress Committee (AICC) vice president, Rahul Gandhi as non-serious person, the Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh on Monday said that the Congress party is playing politics to hoodwink the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Monetary support to families of troopers killed on duty: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said his aim is to provide Rs one crore as monetary relief to the families of personnel of central armed forces killed on duty.

HM meets over 24 J&K delegations, reviews progress on development package

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh interacted with more than 20 delegations from different walks of life on the first day of his four-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir.

India, Pak to hold talks under World Bank on two J&K hydroelectric projects

As dispute between India and Pakistan over construction of two hydroelectric projects in Jammu & Kashmir remains unresolved, both the countries will hold another round of discussion in Washington next week (September 14-15) in presence of World Bank officials to reach at an acceptable solution.

Ahead of their protest at New Delhi, Hurriyat leaders placed under house arrest on Saturday morning.

Hours before the Hurriyat leaders were scheduled to fly to New Delhi to protest before NIA headquarters, authorities have arrested them citing that the leaders were “mobilizing people for rally to create law and order problem” in the summer capital.

'Can't See My Conscience Dying': Kashmir Cop Quits

A video of a constable announcing his resignation from the Jammu and Kashmir police on the "call of his conscience" against the violence in the valley, has gone viral on social media even as the police said they are checking its veracity.

Mehbooba stresses on youth festivals, more interactions to inculcate sense of unity among them

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today asked for more youth interactions and festivals to inculcate a sense of unity among the youth of the State. She also directed augmentation of infrastructure to promote more sporting activity among the youth.