Thirteen more people tested positive for swine flu at the screening centre of the Sher-e- Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Soura, today taking the cases of H1N1 positive patients in K

Study says winter tourism in Valley may not sustain after 10 yrs due to less snow

Over 60 per cent of government schools in J&K have no toilets, a Department of School Education and Literacy (DISE) survey 2013- 2014 conducted by the Union Ministry of Human Resources and Deve

Bakers in Kashmir are at the high risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) as well as asthma.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF), India, has set up camera traps to track the movement of snow leopards, Asia’s most endangered cats, a few km from the Line of Control (LoC) in the mountains of Kargil

Former President APJ Abdul Kalam today said an alarming number of brain cancer cases in the Valley are due to the use of toxic chemicals and pesticides in orchards.

Political parties and candidates in various constituencies of the state have been told to desist from using plastic or polythene as publicity material.

Infrastructure projects running in the state are eating up the forest cover of the ecologically fragile Jammu and Kashmir, this has been revealed in the official statistics of the Department of For

Various infrastructure projects are eating into the forest cover of the ecologically fragile Jammu and Kashmir. This was revealed by the Department of Forests, Environment and Ecology.

Kashmiri women have little to cheer about on International Women’s Day. Various medical studies and surveys in the Valley show women in Kashmir are more depressed than men due to two decades of turmoil and violence.

A survey conducted by Government Psychiatric Diseases Hospital, Srinagar, revealed that women constitute 55 to 60 per cent of the patients who visit the hospital annually to seek treatment for psychiatric diseases.