Srinagar, 17 Aug: Moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today said the Supreme Court should reconsider its order to Jammu and Kashmir government for construction of a road to Am

SRINAGAR, Aug 14: The High Court today asked the state government to file response in a Public Interest Litigation on world famous Dal Lake in last 30 years.

Srinagar: The case of fish deaths at Srinagar’s Nigeen Lake has reached courts after an application was submitted before the J&K High Court asking it to look into the mystery behind the large-s

SRINAGAR: Rs 880 crore gas pipeline project from Gujarat to Jammu and Kashmir will be completed within 36 months.

This was revealed by the officials of Gujarat State Petronet Ltd (GSPL) during the power point presentation made in a high-level meeting chaired by Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Raman Bhalla here today. Minister of State for Revenue, Nasir Aslam Wani was also present in the meeting. The GSPL officials highlighted importance of laying Rs 880 crore Gas Pipeline project from Gujrat to Jammu and Kashmir and its benefits to the people of the state. They said that project has to be completed in 36 months while the survey of the said project has already been completed.

Srinagar: Above normal temperatures for the past one month in Kashmir has posed a fresh challenge for the authorities looking after the conservation of Dal Lake, the city’s major tourist destinatio

JAMMU: At least six persons were killed in land slides, house collapse and flash floods as the heavy rain created havoc in the region since last evening.

The traffic was disrupted on several roads for some time in the region as flash flood in various nallahs and land slides put the normal life out of gear. The traffic on busy Samba-Mansar- Udhampur-Srinagar road came to grind halt after land slides hit the road at Papar Morh near Nud last mid night. The traffic on the road could be restored only around 10.30 am today.

GANDERBAL, July 30: The residents of Malshahibagh village of Chief Minister’s constituency in district Ganderbal today held massive protest demonstrations, blaming the government for prolonged dela

CEO to prepare report on mounting death toll

New Delhi: To prevent deaths of large number of pilgrims to Amarnath cave shrine every year, the Supreme Court on Friday appointed a special committee headed by Jammu & Kashmir Governor to sugg

Eighty-six and counting. With two weeks still left for the Amarnath Yatra to draw to a close, the pilgrim death count on the mountain trail looks set to cross last year’s toll of 105.