Two LeT commanders among four militants killed in Shopian, Kulgam encounters

Randhawa calls on Irani, discusses measures for women, child welfare

Randhawa further raised the issue of ‘Poshan Abhiyan’ which is being carried out across the nation and informed the minister that the scheme is benefitting thousands of families living below poverty line. He said that there is dire need to look after such families, children and lactating mothers who cannot afford a balanced diet and get prey to malnutrition.

Govt taking steps for holistic, equitable development in J&K: LG

Wakhlu presented her book titled “A Kashmiri Century” to the Lt Governor. She also presented her views on the initiatives taken by the UT Government for promoting youth engagement and providing them opportunities for actively contributing to nation building.

JK Youth Cong pays tax money to petrol fillers in protest against fuel price hike

Chib said that “the unique” protest against the BJP government has been organised to make the consumers aware about the "brazen loot" to which the incumbent Union government has resorted to by imposing tax on fuel like petrol and diesel.

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.

Music is in my blood: Rani Hazarika

Belonging to the well-known Hazarika musical family from Assam, playback singer Rani Hazarika has started her music journey when she was around three years old. So far, she has received 22 awards at national and international levels.