With the state’s power deficit all set to cross a whopping Rs 2,000-crore mark till the end of the current financial year, the Centre has snubbed Jammu and Kashmir for implementing at a slow pace t

The government today approved a proposal to sanction over Rs 19,000 crore for the Udhampur- Baramulla rail project that was announced over 17 years ago to connect Kashmir Valley with Jammu.

The approval was given at a meeting of the Union Cabinet, official sources said, adding that the fund will be utilised for building rail tracks from Katra in Jammu to Qazigund. The deadline for completion of the project is 2017.

Jammu: No kind of Municipal waste would be allowed to be dumped in river Tawi in view of its heritage and water usage value.

SRINAGAR, Nov 22: As much as 2319 hectares land has been covered by planting 16.02 lakh saplings, including local conifers in Jammu region under flagship forest conservation programme, Compensatory

JAMMU: To provide road connectivity to Greater Kailash, Lower Chowadi, Ratnu Chak, Kalu Chak, Jallo Chak and its adjoining areas, Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Raman Bhalla today

*Funding for Bikram Chowk flyover shortly

The objective of the parking parking policy are: To encourage the people to use the public transport system by giving preferential treatment to public transport over motorized individual modes; To reduce the traffic congestion on roads; To reduce the people to obey the traffic rules and park the vehicles only on the places earmarked for the park

Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Raman Bhalla today said Government is committed to provide all basic amenities to the residents of the Bahu Fort like better lanes and drains, adequate drinking water facilities, un-interrupted power supply, education, healthcare and road connectivity.

Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Raman Bhalla on Wednesday laid foundation of deep drill 438900 gallon per day discharge capacity tube well at Sector No. 14 in Nanak Nagar area, coming up at an estimated cost of Rs. 1.20 crore under Water Supply Scheme Nanak Nagar.

Interacting with the locals, Mr. Bhalla said that the coalition Government was committed to provide all basic amenities to the people of the State at their doorsteps, adding that various development projects have been initiated in the State to facilitate the public.