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Year’s second snowfall breaks chill, brings inconvenience

Srinagar, Jan 16: Although it broke the chill that had persisted since last week, the second snowfall of 2017 also disrupted the normal life

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‘Submit RFDs or face action’, Govt warns all departments

Srinagar, Jan 14: As the fiscal year 2016-17 is nearing its end, the government of Jammu and Kashmir has directed its entire departmental heads 

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Insuring shrines, mosques ‘un-Islamic’, say Jurists; oppose Wakf board’s Rs 70.64 cr proposal

Srinagar, Jan 13: The Islamic jurists of the valley have opposed the Jammu and Kashmir Wakf Board's recent decision to insure its properties 

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JK looks to double its power purchase cost in 5 years to end crisis

Srinagar: The state is projected to double its expenditure on power purchasing to meet the demand of its consumers in the next five years.

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Survival wasn’t easy for stranded passengers on Jmu-Sgr highway

Srinagar, Jan 09: In absence of government control, survival has been difficult for the hundreds of passengers left stranded on the Srinagar-Jammu 

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The Martyr’s Custodian

When the people of Kashmir rose up in 1989 to demand a fulfillment of their political rights that New Delhi had long denied them, Habibullah ...

Uri attack aftermath: Banking facilities for Cross-LoC trade put on hold on NIA’s instructions

Srinagar, Dec 02: The central government has put on hold the proposal for establishing banking facilities for the Cross-LoC Trade after 

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2016 'one of deadliest years': Hurriyat (M) report - '389 deaths including civilians, militants and security forces'

Srinagar, Dec 29: Hurriyat Conference (M) has called 2016 “one of the deadliest years” in the history of Kashmir, as “389”

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To counter WPR controversy, BJP to seek exit of Rohingya muslims

Srinagar, Dec 28: In a bid to counter the opposition identity certificates to West Pakistan Refugees, the state BJP unit has raised 

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600 booked under PSA in Kashmir since July 9

SRINAGAR: Around 600 people have been booked under the Public Safety Act (PSA) in Kashmir since the unrest began in the valley on July 9,

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