Pulwama is reeling under the blanket of unwanted waste causing nuisance to the residents of the area as the District Administration has failed to construct proper road connectivity to the dumping s

The Kashmir valley was hit by a 6.8-magnitude earthquake this afternoon. The quake shook houses and buildings in the region and sent panicked residents rushing out for safety.

The continued bad weather this season has caused an estimated Rs 18 crore loss to agriculture sector in Kashmir.

The threat of landslides is looming large over a dozen houses at Sunirgund Malangpora in the Awantipora area of Pulwama district as the Karewa land (elevated table land) in their village has been sliding after heavy snowfall and rain from the last few months.

Villagers said even though they had sent many representations to Pulwama Deputy Commissioner Manzoor Ahmad lone but all were ignored. They alleged he was acting as a spectator.

JAMMU, Feb 19: The draft Srinagar Master Plan was put in the public domain once, but was withdrawn due to the fact that the required notification of the Government was pending which is pre-requisit

Flood threat looms large in dozens of villages in Pulwama district as the Flood Control Department (FCD) has failed to remove the earth dug for the construction of concrete retaining walls along th

The inhabitants of Chursoo village in Pulwama district whose land has been acquired by the Government for widening of the Jammu-Srinagar Highway staged protest against the National Highway Authorit

The state Cabinet, which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, accorded sanction to the implementation of the 37.5 MW Parnai hydroelectric project at an estimated c

A dead mallard was found by a team of the Wildlife Conservation Fund, an international NGO, during its one-day field trip in the Fashkoori Wetland Conservation Reserve at Tulbagh in Pampore on January 11.

Locals have been complaining about poaching incidents in the area. The NGO conducted the field trip after receiving several complaints from the locals about bird poaching in the area. The team found the dead mallard with a gunshot injury and one wing missing. It also found a net made of nylon threads, locally known as “waalwaaish”, used for catching water fowls in the wetlands.

Night soil of over 60 thousand latrines is disposed into open drains without any sewage treatment in Jammu and Kashmir, according to figures released by state's Directorate of Census Operation.

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