While Kashmir valley reels under prevalent heat wave Srinagar recorded the hottest day of this season on Sunday.

SRINAGAR: The lack of disaster preparedness in valley increases its risk of vulnerability manifold towards damage during the natural calamities.

The usage of hazardous polythene bags goes unabated across the city despite the prohibition of the same.

Twenty persons have been killed and around 300 injured during the incidents of human animal conflict in Jammu and Kashmir in the past one year.

The Central Water Commission (CWC) India’s leading water resources body which provides flood forecasts and predictions, surprisingly lacks flood monitoring system for Jammu and Kashmir.

Twenty eight persons have been killed and 333 injured in the incidents of man-animal conflict in past one year. These incidents have also resulted in the death of 10 leopards and nine black bears.