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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Stray dogs bite 7 in Sopore

At least seven persons were injured in northern Kashmir’s Sopore town on Sunday when a pack of stray dogs attacked them, hospital authorities said. The...

Kashmiri Pandits want to live in common neighbourhoods not in separate colonies: Mirwaiz

A delegation of Kashmir Pandits on Tuesday called on the Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at his Nigeen residence in Srinagar and expressed...

NEET qualifiers with physical disability face ‘dark’ future in J&K

NEET qualifiers with physical disability in J&K face a dark future as the state continues to ignore Medical Council of India guidelines on their...

Hundreds participate in Showkat Jan”s Chahrum

Hundreds of people participate in the Chahrum of noted social activist and philanthropist Showkat Ahmad Jan of Magarmal Bagh.  Jan passed away after a brief...

Narrow escape for family as Chinar falls on house in Tral

A family of eight had a miraculous escape after a Chinar tree fell on their residential house at Dardsara village of Tral township of...

Delhi court sends three Kashmiri separatist leaders to judicial custody till July 12

A court in New Delhi on Friday sent separatist leaders Shabir Shah, Masrat Alam Bhat and Asiya Andrabi to judicial custody till July 12...

RBI approves Chhibber”s appointment as interim CMD of J&K Bank

Jammu & Kashmir Bank Monday said it has received RBI's approval for appointment of R K Chhibber as its interim CMD for three months. Chhibber,...

Jammu and Kashmir: School student feared drowned in river in Doda

A class 12th student was feared drowned while taking bath in the Neeru river on Friday near Nai-Dhangri village in Doda district of Jammu...

Army soldier killed, another injured in cross-LoC firing in Poonch

An army soldier was killed and another injured in cross-LoC firing in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.   Reports said that the Pakistan...

Militants slain in Shopian were inspired by IS ideology: Police

Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday said the two militants shot dead by the security forces during a gunfight in southern Shopian district were...

‘Gang-rape, blackmailing of girl’: Woman among 5 held

Five people, including a woman, were held by the police in Sumbal area in a case of the gang-rape and blackmailing of a girl,...

Harbhajan, Yousuf were ready to attack each other in 2003

MANCHESTER: Call it pressure of high-voltage clash between India and Pakistan that once Harbhajan Singh and Mohammed Yousuf were ready to tear into each...

Gunfight breaks out in Sopore in north Kashmir after daylong siege

A gunfight broke out between militants and the security forces in Sopore area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district following a daylong search operation. A joint...

Armaan Malik: Remixes give re-birth to unique artists who are overlooked

Even as top musicians in the Hindi film industry slam the current trend of old Bollywood and independent songs being rehashed for new films,...

Militant attack police, CRPF in south Kashmir’s Anantnag

Militants on Wednesday evening attacked a police and a CRPF party in Anantnag town of south Kashmir. Reports said that the militants attacked the police...

Waterlogging in city areas SMC Commissioner reviews dewatering

Due to incessant rains coupled with defunct drainage system, several areas of the summer capital were water-logged.  Vehicular movement was hampered in morning due to...

Five CRPF personnel, police officer wounded in Anantnag militant attack

Five CRPF personnel and a police officer were injured in a militant attack in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Wednesday. “Troops of B/116 deployed for...

Administrative apathy mars development projects in Srinagar: Sagar

Jammu and Kashmir National General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar expressed resentment over dilapidated road in the summer capital saying "administrative apathy" has marred various...

Authorities install colour coded bins for waste segregation at source

Authorities have started installation of colour coded dustbins in commercial areas of the summer capital to facilitate segregation of waste at source. Around 200 colour...

NIT pass-outs decry ‘cooling period’ rider in appointments

Resentment is brewing among the engineering pass-outs  of National Institute of Technology (NIT) against the authorities for denying teaching jobs to them under the...

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