Jammu and Kashmir
New Delhi: The Army has apprised the PMO of the latest situation in Ladakh where Chinese troops have entered Indian territory in Chumar and have been engaged in a face-off situation with own
New Delhi: The Army today called off its 'Operation Megh Rahat' to rescue people stranded in flooded areas of Jammu and Kashmir, but its relief efforts will continue in the state.
Srinagar: Moderate faction of Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today appealed to?the world community and financial institutions like Islamic Development Bank, Asian
Kolkata: Collections in the rice bucket challenge, as part of the "Joy of Giving" "Daan Utsav" week that began here on Friday, will be donated for relief measures in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar: With mosques inundated by flood waters, hundreds of people offered Friday prayers along with "funeral prayers in absentia" for those killed in the natural calamity here on bridges on
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Friday started functioning from a makeshift arrangement at Gupkar Road here after floods affected the court premises near Jehangir Chowk.
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday said power has been restored in majority of areas in the state and efforts are on to restore it in the so far inundated regions as soon as
Jammu: The dedicated helpline centre set up by the Jammu and Kashmir government to trace people missing in the floods has so far registered reports of nearly 350 people still untraceable in the
New Delhi: Minister of state for Culture and Tourism Shripad Yesso Naik on Friday said the ministry has given Rs 100 crore as a special assistance for reconstruction of
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said while the Centre has been very helpful in dealing with floods, the state is facing a shortage of nearly 12
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Friday said the damages in the state due the worst floods in more than a century would run into "many thousands of crores" but he would
Jammu: As the flood waters recede, a grim picture emerges from the agriculture sector in Jammu where the deluge has washed away crops worth Rs 365 crore and 13,000 hectares of cultivable land
Srinagar: The death toll due to the floods in Jammu and Kashmir has climbed to 280 even as Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday expressed hope that the toll would not be as high as feared
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday asked all private mobile service providers to restore connectivity at an earliest in the flood-ravaged state.
Jammu: Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP) on Thursday accused the state government of adopting "non-serious attitude" in providing adequate relief and compensation to flood victims of Saddal
New Delhi: Centre on Thursday rejected allegations that NDRF, Army and Air Force carried out "selective rescue" operations in the flood affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir saying these forces
Srinagar: Born and brought up in Delhi, 18-year-old Anita Kaul never thought that her trip to Kashmir will change her life-long perception about the Valley from where Kashmiri Pandits were
Leh/New Delhi: After heightened tension in Chumar area in Northeast Ladakh for four days, Chinese troops on Thursday night began withdrawing from the Indian territory, official sources said.
Srinagar: The opening of Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has come as a ray of hope for flood-affected population in Kashmir Valley which is battling with shortage of essentials including life-
New Delhi: In order to improve the supply of petroleum products to the flood-hit Srinagar division of Jammu and Kashmir, the Petroleum Ministry is making efforts to ensure adequate supplies, it
Srinagar: The death toll in Jammu and Kashmir has crossed 260 with Jammu region accounting for most of the deaths in the worst flood in the state in more than a century.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday donated their one month's salary to the state government's flood relief fund.
Srinagar: A leading Kashmir-based trade body has in its preliminary assessment estimated the loss caused by floods in the Valley at above Rs 60,000 crore and urged insurance companies to
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday voiced concern over the deficiency in supply of essential commodities and services in the flood-affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir, saying it was "
New Delhi: A delegation of journalists from Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday highlighted the problems, including shortage of food items and drinking water, being faced by the people of the flood-
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