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Compensate orchardists for their losses due to snowfall: Bukhari

“The orchardists have to face devastating losses due to this untimely snow. It is not just limited to their yearly produce but even the apple trees have been utterly damaged due to which its repercussions have increased manifold,” he said.

Inaugurating flights cosmetic steps, won't address actual problem in JK: Mehbooba on Shah's visit

"HM inaugurating international flights from Srinagar & laying the foundation of new medical colleges isn't new. Half a dozen medical colleges were sanctioned by the UPA gov(ernment) & are functional now. Post Article 370 abrogation & an engineered crisis, J&K has been thrown into chaos," Mehbooba said in a series of tweets.

Sgr-Sharjah flight will die if Pakistan refuses airspace: Omar

Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, Omar tweeted, “Regarding the Srinagar-Sharjah flight that has been announced today - has Pakistan had a change of heart & allowed flights originating from Srinagar to use its airspace? If not then this flight will die the way the Srinagar-Dubai flight died during UPA2.”

Dreaming to make Kashmir a great ski destination: Billa Majeed Bakshi

Billa Majeed Bakshi started guiding in 1996 when there was no Gondola or ski lift in Gulmarg, Kashmir. He is the first qualified ski guide in India and was the first guide to introduce freeriding in Gulmarg. He is also the founder and lead guide of Kashmir Heli ski.

Kashmir music industry has great future: Aabha Hanjura

Aabha Hanjura, a popular Sufi folk artiste, is an energetic live performer, singer, and songwriter who has won hearts at several successful concerts across India since 2005. She is a dynamic lead singer of the eclectic folk-pop band Sufistication. Her viral track ‘Hukus Bukus’ found its way into the famous OTT web series “The Family Man” which has gained over 5 million views on YouTube.

J&K has huge potential to produce medicinal plants: Dir AYUSH

Jammu and Kashmir being a Himalayan region is known for high species diversity. Medicinal plants are traded in the form of raw material as well as processed products. These have provided an important source of income for communities living in the region, particularly in Kashmir.