The renovation of the school building is underway and around 35 students have been enrolled to the school up to Class 7.
The landslide blocked the highway, the only all-weather road linking Kashmir with the rest of the country, and efforts are on to make it traffic-worthy.
An ordinary street tea seller in Srinagar is inspiring others to take care of their elderly parents through his unwavering affection, love and support for his ailing mother.
The work on Unique ID started on a pilot project basis in SMC areas in Srinagar and a plate will be installed outside the houses.
The garden, which is spread over 30 hectares of land, had a record 3.70 lakh sightseers visiting the garden.
The Tridents squadron, which is known as the ‘Defender of the North’, has replaced the MiG-21 squadron with the upgraded MiG-29s at the Srinagar air base.
No security curbs, shutdown or communication blockade since outbreak of militancy
A group of seven women, comprising three post-graduates, in Kashmir has set up a self-help group for selling fast food items, hitherto considered a ‘male-only’ profession.
The Lt Governor administration in Jammu and Kashmir has directed all the officers to attend the Independence Day functions in the twin capital of Srinagar and Jammu.
Lt Governor Sinha termed the MoU as a momentous occasion in developing major tourism space in J&K UT.
The main Muharram procession was taken out from the Bota Kadal area of downtown Srinagar after a gap of 34 years instead of the traditional route from Abi-Guzar to Zadibal.
The pilgrims were later allowed to move towards their destinations in the Kashmir Valley to join the yatra, the officials said, adding they reached Banihal around noon.
The Srinagar DM on Friday issued an order imposing a ban on sale, purchase and carrying of sharp-edged weapons in public places.
Srinagar Kitty, known for effortlessly transitioning between lead roles and pivotal characters across various genres, is set to essay the role of an antagonist in the upcoming film, Terror.
The authorities have decided against allowing Eid congregational prayers at the Eidgah ground in Srinagar.
The District Hospital Shopian in south Kashmir has become the first hospital to start AI technology in the Radiology department for efficient diagnosis.
Prominent hotelier and J&K Hoteliers Club chairman Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya said the tourism industry has suffered losses due to a rise in airfare after the suspension of flight operations by GoFirst.
“We are the school toppers. The school is discriminating against us because we are wearing abayas," says a student.
The waste processing unit would be processing extracted lake weeds and lilies from Dal Lake with state-of-the-art technology and convert them into usable organic manure and allied products.