Srinagar, March 25 -In order to discourage the use of tobacco products, the authorities have declared educational institutes of the summer capital of the state as “tobacco-free” zones.

J&K gets bridge factory, Institute for Tunnel & Bridge Engineering, Train to reach Katra, Banihal in upcoming financial year
Udhampur-Rohila Express converted into tri-weekly

Railways Minister Dinesh Trivedi said today that prestigious rail project to Kashmir valley was likely to be delayed for want of adequate funding as he pointed out that Railways was passing through financial crunch and a very tough period.

JAMMU: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah today gave nod for seeking Asian Development Bank (ADB) assistance for launch of prestigious 450 Million Litre Per Day (MLD) drinking water supply scheme from C

In picturesque Pahalgam, tucked in the sub-Himalayan ranges near the confluence of Sheshnag and Aru streams, villagers are fighting to safeguard an eco-sensitive region from a controversial Master

After brief respite from the intense cold, mercury in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir plunged below the freezing point once again as the summer Capital Srinagar recorded the coldest night of the se

SRINAGAR: The Government is contemplating to bring new tourist resorts on world tourism map to ease the tourist rush at known tourist spots of the State, revealed Tourism and Culture Minister, Nawa

Parking policy for the city will be the major determinant of the fate of central areas, CBD or the downtown.

SRINAGAR: Minister for Forests and Environment Mian Altaf Ahmad today stressed the need for preservation of forest wealth which is must for environment and ecology.

*Funding for Bikram Chowk flyover shortly

SRINAGAR: Maintaining that the State under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is marching fast towards a golden era of development and prosperity, the Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, A. R.

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