J & K
Mehbooba seeks status report on doctors’ availability in rural areas

Taking a strong note of the reports of non-availability of specialist doctors in the far flung and rural areas, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today sought a status report within a week’s time from the concerned Department and posting of requisite staff at the places where they are needed the most.

Kashmir is a political issue, needs to be resolved as per aspiration of people: Hurriyat (G)

Kashmir is a political issue and needs to be resolved as per aspiration of people, while as Delhi is following policy of “oppression and suppression” said Hurriyat Conference (G) on Monday.

Two militants, OGW arrested in swift operation: IGP

Inspector General of Police (Kashmir zone) Muneer Ahmad Khan Monday asked the local militants to surrender and assured their complete rehabilitation.

JK govt mulling to revamp walnut industry

In bid to boost horticulture sector of the state, Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Bukhari today said that multi-pronged approach needs to be adopted for ensuring better yield, brand building and marketing of the walnut produces across the state.

Mehbooba felicitates people on urs of Hazrat Sheikh ul Aalam

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has felicitated people on the annual urs of Hazrat Sheikh ul Aalam Sheikh Noor-ud-din Wali (RA) being observed today.

Kashmiri Pundits, Sikhs meet EU delegation

A delegation of Kashmiri Pundits and Sikhs from Jammu and Kashmir, who form the minority communities of the state, met the European Union Delegation here today.

J&K passing through last phase of militancy: Dr Jitendra

Union minister Jitendra Singh said today that militancy in Jammu and Kashmir was in its "last phase" and that "militants are on the run".

3 siblings injured in LoC firing

Three siblings were injured as India and Pakistan exchanged heavy fire and shelling along the Line of Control (LoC) in Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday.

Self-styled commander Washeem was killed as protesters clash with security forces

Two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, self-styled 'commander' Waseem Shah and Nasir Ahmad Khan, were killed in an encounter in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday morning.

JeM's Pakistani commander Khalid was involved in several killings in J-K: Police

A Pakistani operational chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) outfit gunned down on Monday was involved in several attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, including the October 3 strike on a Border Security Force camp near the Srinagar airport.

Kashmir observes complete shuts down against braid-chopping incidents

A shutdown was observed across the Kashmir Valley on Monday against the soaring number of braid-chopping incidents, which are showing no signs of relenting.

Credit for bringing normalcy in valley goes to policemen in streets: DGP Vaid

Jammu and Kashmir Police, with the active help of other Security Forces has been able to normalise the situation in the valley, particularly in South Kashmir and the credit of the same goes to the last man, who is deployed in the field and works with the people.

Foreign tourists mistaken as braid choppers rescued by Police

At about 2:00 am during the intervening night of 7/8 October 2017, SHO Rainawari Inspector G P Singh got an information from PCR Kashmir and some sources that Six foreign tourists have been rounded up by some people in Kanikachi Latti Mohalla Rainawari somewhere in the interior area of Dal Lake. 

Restrictions in 7 police stations in Srinagar tomorrow: Admin

Srinagar administration has decided to impose restrictions under Section 144 CrPC in 7 police station tomorrow, the 9th of October 2017.

CRPF provided with 'less lethal' plastic bullets in Kashmir

The CRPF has sent 21,000 rounds of newly-developed and “less lethal” plastic bullets to the Kashmir Valley to tackle street protests, says a top officer of the force.