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Kashmir shuts against SC stay on FIR against army...

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, Feb 17: The normal life in Kashmir on Saturday was affected by the strike called by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) to protest the staying of FIR against Army by Supreme Court, Hurriyat leader’s killing and shifting of prisoners to outside jail.The authorities also enforced restrictions in parts of Srinagar to foil the protests.Authorities imposed restrictions in areas of five police stations including Nowhatta, Rainawari, Khanyar, Safakadal and M R Gunj while partial restrictioRead
Hindu Ekta Manch calls for boycott of Gujjars

Hindu Ekta Manch calls for boycott of Gujjars

SYED AMJAD SHAH

Jammu, Feb 17:The Hindu Ekta Manch (HEM) has called on people to boycott the Gujjars and has sought...Read

Communalization, politicization of murder deplorable:

Communalization, politicization of murder deplora...

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Feb 17:Senior NC leader and party’s Jammu provincial president, Devender Singh Rana, o...Read

Cong demands foolproof probe

Cong demands foolproof probe

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Feb 17: The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Saturday demanded a foolproo...Read

Geelani undergoes medical check up at SKIMS, meets ail

Geelani undergoes medical check up at SKIMS, meet...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, Feb 17: Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani underwent a check-up at SKIMS Soura on Sa...Read

Next winters may not be this dark

Next winters may not be this dark

Faisul Yaseen

Jammu, Feb 17:As Kashmir continues to witness an acute power shortage, the government is hopeful of...Read

Naveed escape fallout: Prisons Deptt to streamline vis

Naveed escape fallout: Prisons Deptt to streamlin...

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, Feb 17:After the recent escape of top Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Naveed Jhatt from police cap...Read

HC stays selection of 371 medical officers

HC stays selection of 371 medical officers

Insha Latief

Srinagar, Feb 17: The Jammu and Kashmir High court has stayed the selection of 371 medical officers aft...Read

LA panel seeks ban on pellet guns, withdrawing securit

LA panel seeks ban on pellet guns, withdrawing se...

Srinagar, Feb 17A committee of estimates headed by ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party (PD) MLA, M...Read

GoC 15 Corps meets Guv

GoC 15 Corps meets Guv

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, Feb 17:General Officer Commanding (GoC) 15 Corps, Lt Gen AK Bhatt on Saturday met Governor N...Read

Anna likely to visit JK next month

Anna likely to visit JK next month

PTI

Jammu, Feb 17 (PTI) Social activist Anna Hazare is likely to visit Jammu and Kashmir before launching an ...Read

Behave like mature, sensible nations, Mirwaiz tells In

Behave like mature, sensible nations, Mirwaiz tel...

Sameer Showkin Lone

Srinagar, Feb 16:At a time India and Pakistan are blazing guns on borders, Hurriyat (M) chairman and c...Read

Complaints rain against Basanth Rath

Complaints rain against Basanth Rath

Rising Kashmir News

SrinagarComplaints are raining against Inspector General of Police, Traffic, Jammu for misbeh...Read

News

Rallies in Kathua demanding release of ‘rapist, murder

Rallies in Kathua demanding release of ‘rapist, m...

'Rising Kashmir News'

'Srinagar: 'Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Mohammad Umar Farooq, and Muhammad Yasin Malik Saturday said a rally that was organized in Jammu against the arrest of main suspect in the rape and murder case of a minor is glaring... Read

South Kashmir turned into army garr...

Srinagar: MLA Langate and AIP chief Er Rasheed Saturday said that...Read

Restrictions in old city violation ...

Srinagar: Expressing serious concern over the frequent imposition...Read

Hurriyat (G) condemns arrests, hous...

Srinagar: All Parties Hurriyat Conference (G) Saturday said polic...Read

City

CM lays foundation stone of multi-crore twin projects

CM lays foundation stone of multi-crore twin proj...

'Mansoor Peer'

' Srinagar:'Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday laid the foundation stone of twin projects, college laboratory block and a 250-bedded inpatient department (IPD) block at SKIMS Medical College and Hospital Bemina here. After the foundation stone, th... Read

Overloading in public transport: Tr...

Srinagar:In order to avoid overloading in public transport in su...Read

SKIMS successfully conducts 250 ren...

Srinagar:The department of Urology and Kidney transplant Unit (K...Read

Zahid Farooqi’s poetic collection K...

Srinagar: Adbee Markaz Kamraz (AMK) in collaboration with Radio K...Read

Kashmir

Govt aims to reverse rural-urban migration trend: Haq

Govt aims to reverse rural-urban migration trend:...

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'REASI, FEBURARY 17 - 'Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice Abdul Haq Khan Saturday dedicated various assets to the public constructed by the Department of Rural Development Department under various schemes including MGNREGS in Reasi.The Minister was accom... Read

Complaints rain against Basanth Rat...

Srinagar, Feb 16:Complaints are raining against Inspector General of Pol...Read

NWMI asks NIA not to teach journali...

Srinagar: Network of Women in Media, India, (NWMI) a forum for wo...Read

Shun animosity, resolve disputes: D...

Srinagar, Feb 17: Jammu Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP) again re...Read

Jammu

Chief Secretary reviews progress of digitization of la

Chief Secretary reviews progress of digitization ...

'Rising Kashmir News '

'Jammu, Feb 16:'Chief Secretary B B Vyas Friday chaired a video conference with Deputy Commissioner (DCs) to review district wise status of implementation of the decisions of the 106th State Level Banker’s Committee (SLBC), convened in December, 2017. Financial Commissi... Read

Lal Singh launches mega plantation ...

Jammu, Feb 16: Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment Choudhary...Read

MLA inaugurates mega job fair

Udhampur, Feb 16:District Employment and Counseling Centre, Friday organ...Read

2-day Incident Response System trai...

Jammu, Feb 16: Inspector General of Police, Dr. S D Singh, Friday chai...Read

Editorial

Roads leading to nowhere

Roads leading to nowhere

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''The term of the previous government ended soon after the great deluge of 2014 that had smitten the Valley. Two major tasks for the new government were relief and rebuilding of those regions that had been hit by the floods. Apart from the residential and commer... Read

Weed out illicit drug trafficking

Central government yesterday extended the assistance to...Read

Indo-Pak brinkmanship

Pakistan has warned India against carrying out any cros...Read

Pollution of water bodies

Major water bodies in Kashmir including Wular and Dal h...Read

Opinion

Hashimpura, Srebrenica and Rohingyas in Rakhine: Simil

Hashimpura, Srebrenica and Rohingyas in Rakhine: ...

'Saeed Naqvi'

''Incidents, similar in their chilling monstrosity, came to mind when I saw photographs of a row of Rohingya Muslim young men, on their knees, their hands tied behind their back. Gun wielding military police, lurking within the frame, eventually mowed them down.... Read

How dead Butt, Guru help militancy ...

A day after the fifth anniversary of Afzal Guru’s...Read

 Manpower Audit: Competence versus ...

For an efficient and effective work culture, the societ...Read

Panchayat Elections: A risky propos...

On January 2, the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir N N Voh...Read

Business

JK spends Rs 2000 cr annually on import of meat, poult

JK spends Rs 2000 cr annually on import of meat, ...

'Press Trust of India'

'Jammu, Feb 17:'Jammu and Kashmir is spending about Rs 2,000 crore annually to import meat and poultry, Governor N N Vohra has said and called for concerted efforts to make the state a net exporter of these products.ÂThe states import bill for meat, poultry and eggs is ... Read

Pahalgam Winter Festival attracts t...

Pahalgam (Anantnag):A two day Pahalgam Winter Festival organised by departm...Read

Police arrests fraudulent availing ...

Srinagar, February 17:Srinagar police arrested a fraudulent who was involved ...Read

Tourism department helps foreign to...

Srinagar Feb 17:The department of tourism Kashmir solved complaint of a...Read

Sports

J&K to participate in National Volleyball Championship

J&K to participate in National Volleyball Champio...

'Rising Kashmir News:'

''J&K State senior Volleyball men and women teams are all set to participate in 66th Senior National Volleyball Championship to be held from Wednesday at Kozhikote, Kerala.Meanwhile, both the teams underwent 21 days intensive coaching camp from January 28 to... Read

80 students from across country lea...

Gulmarg: Eighty students from various parts of the country, incl...Read

Burhan Wani appointed physio for na...

Srinagar:Burhan Wani has been appointed physio for Under-16 Indi...Read

JKCA assigns key roles to non-crick...

Srinagar:Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has once a...Read

Viewpoint

Normal microbial flora and human health

Normal microbial flora and human health

'Dr.Khurshid Ahmad Tariq'

''Right from the birth, we are continuously exposed to a variety of microorganisms that are either beneficial (the microbiota) or have the potential to wreak havoc (the pathogens) to our body. Nature has provided us with a defensive mechanism in the form of an i... Read

Need of library culture

Since times immemorial man has been inquisitive and cur...Read

 Pahari Community: Struggling for r...

In 1947, due to partition of the State of Jammu Kashmir...Read

Secularism a mirage

firchm@gmail.com Today secular India is under strain. E...Read

Responses

KAS exams

KAS exams

'Dear Editor,'

''This is regarding the news that appeared in this newspaper titled “Govt reschedules KAS Mains exam”. The commission has come under criticism for a number of reasons. Like the government of J&K, the commission has not worked on its accountabilit... Read

Justice thwarted

In yet another incident where Kashmiris have been let d...Read

Liquor ban

Consumption of alcohol is prohibited in Islam. Alcohol ...Read

Traffic mess

Ever since the state government started work on JCRB fl...Read

Book Review

The British Loot

The British Loot

'Daanish Bin Nabi'

'' daanishnabi@gmail.com Indians, described as “nigger” by Lord Curzo Read

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