NSO flags obesity among women in hill areas of HP, Uttarakhand, J&K
There is a general perception that due to the hard work done in the hilly areas, the residents weigh less than the people in the plains, but the scenario has changed in the last few years.
Mahatma only a matriculate, had no law degree, claims Jammu and Kashmir L-G
“There is a misconception among educated people that Mahatma Gandhi had a law degree. Gandhi had no degree,” Lt Governor Sinha said.
Won’t contest polls till Article 370 is restored, says former J-K CM Mehbooba
However, her coalition government collapsed in June 2018 after BJP withdrew support to the government citing security situation.
Mehbooba welcomes opening of Sharda Devi temple in Jammu and Kashmir
The PDP chief expressed hope that the opening of the temple will not be restricted to pilgrimage, but "it will go beyond that".
On 'Navroz', hundreds of ailing hopefuls in Kashmir let leeches suck their blood
The leech therapists, usually medical practitioners from Unani system, claim that this procedure is very helpful in treating many ailments ranging from fatty liver to hypertension to blood clotting.
Srinagar Diary: Asia’s largest tulip garden opens
The Asia’s largest Tulip garden in Srinagar has been thrown open for visitors. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha attended the opening ceremony.
Mid-march snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda leaves fruit growers worried
The unseasonal snowfall and the sudden dip in temperature have done a lot of damage to the fruit-bearing trees.
J-K gets first FDI project post-Article 370 abrogation
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha performed the groundbreaking ceremony for the Rs 500 crore project that envisages creating over 10,000 jobs in the valley.
Jammu and Kashmir's first international mall to provide 13,000 jobs
The mall, valued at Rs 250 crores, covering 10 lakh square feet of area, will come up at the Sempora area of Srinagar by 2026. With 500 shops to be set up in it, the mall will have 13,000 jobs.
SIA raids 8 places in J&K in connection with terror-funding case
Barkati and others are alleged to have made a huge amount of money by making emotional appeals to the public to support them in their day-to-day needs.
Congress demands response from PM Modi on Gujarat conman who posed as PMO official on visit to Kashmir
Patel, who pretended to be an Additional Director (Strategy and Campaign) in the Prime Minister’s Office, had been arrested by police in Srinagar on March 3
Mehbooba snubs critics after performing ritual inside Shiv temple in JK's Poonch
A video of the former chief minister offering water to Shivling inside Navgraha temple, Mandi-Ajote in Poonch on Tuesday has gone viral, drawing criticism from some quarters.
Asia’s largest tulip garden set to open to visitors in Kashmir Valley
The tulip garden in Srinagar is spread over 30 hectares and is situated along the banks of world famous Dal lake at the foothills of the Zabarwan range.
Several job aspirants protesting against APTECH Ltd detained in Jammu
The protesters raised slogans against the JKSSB for hiring APTECH Limited, the company which had been blacklisted in 2019, for the conduct of computer-based tests.
India bound by 1994 Parliament resolution to reclaim PoK: J&K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha
He said development of new J&K is incomplete without complete integration of PoK Displaced Persons in the mainstream development.
Earthquake of 3.9 magnitude hits Jammu and Kashmir
The National Center for Seismology (NCS) said an earthquake of magnitude 3.9 occurred in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar, around 6.57 am on Sunday.
CRPF strengthens security for Kashmiri Pandits after attack
The forces have also set up temporary check points in the areas where the minority community members reside and armoured vehicles remain deployed there to ward off any militant attacks.
In Gulmarg's mountains, stray dogs are soldiers' companions, early warning systems
The soldiers care for these canines as if they were a part of their families, an officer said.
With killing of terrorists in J&K's Pulwama, TRF in crosshairs of security agencies
Although Kashmir Freedom Fighters had claimed responsibility for the attack, the security agencies have found TRF posters glorifying two terrorists, who were neutralised by security forces.
India leads global list of internet shutdowns: Report
The report says that 84 out of 187 internet shutdowns imposed across the world last year were recorded in India. Jammu and Kashmir alone had a total of 49 such blackouts.
Popular Malayalam actor, former MP, Innocent passes away 75
JP Nadda sets 200-plus seats, over 51% vote target for BJP in 2023 MP Assembly polls
Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 7 wickets to win inaugural WPL title
Women's World Boxing Championships: Nikhat, Lovlina crowned world champions
Bad weather: 350 goats struck dead by lightning in Uttarkashi
Mid-air scare: Nepal asks Indian authorities to take action against Air India pilots