PDA swings into action, stops work, refills trenches.

JAMMU, Sep 17: As rains continue to lash the region, 300 kilometer long Jammu Srinagar National Highway remain closed due to landslides and sliding stones in Ramban, today.

JAMMU, Sept 14: The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure (CCI) today approved the implementation of the construction of the 6.50 kms long two lane bi-directional tunnel on a new alignment in between

SRINAGAR, Sep 10: Even as the water level has yet to across the dangerous mark, the Department of Irrigation and Flood Control has sounded flood alert to ensure safety of the people.

SRINAGAR, Sep 6: While the ever increasing water pollution and poor sanitation arrangements has emerged as the major concern in Jammu and Kashmir state, the state government has failed to conduct a

SRINAGAR: Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Taj Mohi-ud-Din today stressed the need for preserving traditional sources of water.

Interacting with a delegation of National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) here this morning, the Minister asked them to undertake a study of ponds and pools in Kandi belt and suggest measures to stabilize their water discharge. In this regard, Mr. Taj underscored the need for collaborative attempts by all concerned agencies like PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, CCDU and NIH and other agencies.

‘Lake receives 157 tones of phosphorous, 243 tons of inorganic nitrogen annually’


SRINAGAR: The State Government today said the Supreme Court has not given any direction to a Special High Powered Committee (SHPC) constituted by the Apex Court for construction of macadamised road

The Supreme Court directive asking the government to build a road to the Amarnath cave shrine and improve infrastructure along it is likely to snowball into a controversy.