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SRINAGAR2-day wet spell likely from Dec 7: MeT
SRINAGAR: J&K is likely to witness a two-day wet spell from December 7, while a light snowfall is expected in the higher reaches during the intervening night of December 4 and 5, the Meteorological D...

SRINAGARArmy organises 'Sher-e-Kashmir' bodybuilding competition in Srinagar
SRINAGAR: Sher-e-Kashmir Bodybuilding Competition was conducted as a part of Operation Sadhbhavana by the 20 RR (DOGRA) under the aegis of HQ 31 Sub Area at APS, BB Cantt here.

SRINAGARElect honest people, defeat divisive policies of BJP: Congress
ANANTNAG: Stating that the ongoing DDC elections in J&K were the best opportunity to again initiate the process of development at grass-roots level, the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (...


JammuTwo ex Ministers, kin of former MLA, BDC chairman among more encroachers
JAMMU: Two former Ministers, kin of an ex-MLA, Chairman of a Block Development Council (BDC), retired SSP and Divisional Engineer and businessman were among those whose names figured in the encroachm...

jammuCoronavirus Update: J&K reports 452 new positive cases, 104471 recovered so far
JAMMU: The Government on Wednesday informed that 452 new positive cases of novel Corona virus (COVID-19), 258 from Jammu division and 194 from Kashmir division, have been reported today thus taking t...

srinagarMore than 65% voter turnout recorded in 2nd Phase of Panch By-elections
52.25% voters exercise their right to franchise in Sarpanch By-polls
SRINAGAR: State Election Commissioner K.K Sharma informed that 65.54 percent and 52.24 percent voter turnout was recorded on Tuesday in the second phase of vacant Panch and Sarpanch By-polls 2020.

jammuRoshni scam illuminated Gupkar bungalows but extinguished hope for the poor: Dr Jitendra Singh
JAMMU: Firing a fresh salvo at rival parties in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP leader and Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Wednesday said that the Roshni scam had illuminated the 'Gupkar bungalows' but ex...

srinagarJ&K's COVID-19 caseload rises to 1,11,130 with 452 fresh infections
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir recorded 452 fresh COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the union territory''s tally to 1,11,130, while six more fatalities pushed the death toll to 1,708, officials said.

srinagarAdvisor Baseer Khan attends virtual BoT meeting
SRINAGAR: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Baseer Ahmad Khan, today attended the first high level virtual meeting of Board of Trade (BoT) for pursuing a strategy to enhance India's export competitiven...

new delhiNDA institutes new award named after Lt Ummer Fayaz
NEW DELHI: The National Defence Academy (NDA) has instituted a new award for motivating cadets which has been named after Lt Ummer Fayaz who was kidnapped and killed by terrorists in 2017 in the Kash...

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