J & K
'Modi better than Manmohan to resume talks with Pak'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi can take bold steps like resuming talks with Pakistan and is better for Jammu and Kashmir than his predecessor Manmohan Singh who could not even visit his ancestral home there, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today. 
"If there is any leader who can talk to Pakistan it is him (Modi). Manmohan singh was the Prime Minister for 10 years. He had a wish to visit the other side (Pakistan) as he was born there and wanted to see his ancestral home. But he could not muster courage," Mufti said here.

J&K DGP Vaid lauds media-police cordial relationship

Director General Police (DGP), Dr S P Vaid has lauded the media-police relations, saying that the two institutions have been working in complete harmony and in a spirit of camaraderie amid challenging situations.

BJP wishes Kashmirs on Nauroz-e-Alam.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Member National Council & President Srinagar, Mr. Fayaz Ahmad Bhat has greeted the people of the state on the auspicious occasion of Nauroz. In his message of felicitations, he said that the festival has high cultural and religious significance and it is the Persian New year which is being celebrated on March 21, in whole Asia with fervor and enthusiasm. Nauroz marks the first day of spring and beginning of the year in Persian calendar.

Tourism helps shed misgivings: Mehbooba

Terming tourism as one of the measures to improve people to people contacts, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said it helps in reducing frictions and removing misgivings among people and is the best way to promote dialogue.

Everything you’ve told the youth is a lie: NC to Mehbooba

National Conference on Wednesday said everything that Mehbooba Mufti had promised to the youth of the State so far had turned out to be a lie and that her recent promise of jobs to the youth in lieu of their support was yet another hollow statement aimed at misleading the youth of the State and exploiting them to reap political dividends. National Conference State Spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu said on one hand Mehbooba Mufti’s Finance Minister says all government employees are liabilities and that he won’t create any further jobs and on the other hand she is herself offering jobs to exploit our youth.

J&K: Two militants killed in firece gun battle in Pulwama encounter

Two militants were killed in a fierce gun battle broke out on Thursday morning between security forces and Lashkar-e-Toiba militants in south Kashmir's Padgampora area of Pulwama district.

J&K: Delhi police robbed 12-years of Rafiq Had Alibi as its motivation to get him convicted in Delhi serial blast in 2005

Mohammad Rafiq Shah was a student of MA (final) at Shah-i-Hamadan, Institute of Islamic Studies, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, when on the midnight of November 21, 2005, his world plunged into darkness.

Tariq Ahmad Dar from Kashmir found guilty of 2005 serial blasts that killed 60 persons, 90 injured

A Delhi court on Thursday pronounced Tariq Ahmad Dar guilty of funding serial blasts in the Capital on October 29, 2005 that killed at least 60 people and left over 90 others injured. Delhi Police had accused Dar of serving as the spokesperson, finance manager and conspirator of Lashkar-e-Taiba. Police said he was the mastermind of the blasts and the man who had called up the office of Kashmir News Agency to deny that LeT had any role in the attack.

DGP visits Police Hospital, Drug De-addiction center in Srinagar

Director General of Police Jammu and Kashmir, Dr. S.P Vaid today visited Police Hospital and Drug De-addiction Centre in PCR complex here to take stock of the functioning of the center. The DGP was accompanied by IGP, Kashmir Zone, SJM. Gillani, DIG Central Kashmir, G.H Bhat, SSP PCR, Srinagar, Suhail Munawar Mir and SO to DIG Manoj Kumar Pandita.

New Traffic advisory for Sunday on Ramsoo-Banihal- Jawahar Tunnel

Keeping in view the peculiar condition of the road especially between Ramban-Ramsoo-Banihal- Jawahar Tunnel and Zig-Jawahar Tunnel coupled with narrow width of road at Mehar and Digdol, the movement of HMVs would not be feasible on NHW on Sunday. As such no movement of HMVs including convoys of Army, BSF, CRPF either from Jammu or Srinagar shall be allowed on Sunday. 

90% of power supply restored in Kashmir

Up to 90 per cent power supply has been restored in the valley which had been disrupted due to heavy snowfall, according to the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr. Nirmal Singh.


NC Seeks Indo-Pak dialogue to end hostilities on borders

Amid total shut-down in Mendhar Township along Line of Control against abject failure of PDP-BJP Government on all fronts, National Conference on Thursday said the people were finding themselves at the cross roads of history with lack of direction and will to govern compounding the perception of political uncertainty in Jammu and Kashmir.


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