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

While the Jammu and Kashmir State has recorded a hike of 25% in the population in ten years, the population of Jammu district has reached 15.26 lakh whereas, in Srinagar it is 12.69 lakh, takin

Despite court, state govt directions, no action on the ground

Five years since the state government announced the imposition of ban on polythene usage in Kashmir, there is little action on ground by the authorities concerned for implementing the ban.

The MeT has forecast no immediate relief from the ongoing cold conditions during the next few days.

Dense fog hits normal life in UP

The cold wave maintained its grip over North India on Sunday, with temperatures settling below normal in most parts as fog enveloped the region, disrupting air, rail and road traffic.

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), on Thursday, relaxed the criteria for power generation projects to qualify as mega power projects.

The House Committee of Legislative Assembly constituted to ascertain the factual position regarding the illegal encroachment of wet lands and conversion for residential purposes in Srinagar, Baramu

No relief is expected from the freezing cold weather for at least three days in state as it is likely to remain dry and cold, a forecast bulletin issued by the state meteorological department warns.

Srinagar recorded season’s new low overnight, as the mercury fell by more than 4 degrees Celsius below the freezing point. The temperature recorded last night was minus 3.8 degrees Celsius.

Scientists and experts from across the country attended a session organised at Kashmir University on Saturday to discuss strategies for development of Kashmir's Dal Lake.

The High Court has allowed one month operation of hotels that have installed Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) after being sealed by the Pollution Control Board (PCB) in Gulmarg.

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