JKLF chief Yasin Malik 'hijacks' rescue boat in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir
JKLF chief Yasin Malik 'hijacks' rescue boat in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmiri separatist leaders have been left exposed once again – this time by the floods in Jammu and Kashmir.

Life slowly moving to normalcy in Kashmir

After eleven days, life is slowly returning to normalcy in Kashmir but the extent of damage caused by devastating floods is still unfolding.

Over 226,000 rescued in flood-hit Kashmir

The armed forces and the NDRF have rescued over 226,000 flood-hit people in Jammu and Kashmir as relief efforts continued in the state Monday.

Armed forces deserve salutes not stones in Kashmir: BJP

Expressing disappointment over incidents of stone pelting on armed forces in Kashmir Valley, BJP Monday said those men from Army, IAF and security agencies, who are tirelessly working to rescue flood victims, deserve to be felicitated instead of being attacked with stones.

'Will ensure J&K flood victims do not suffer further in winter'

All necessary steps will be taken to ensure that the flood-affected people in Jammu and Kashmir do not suffer further miseries during winter which is going to set in less than two months, the state government has said.

J&K floods: NDRF deploys 'boat hospitals', turns to relief operations

After undertaking rescue operation in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) is now focusing on relief operations and had deployed 'boat hospitals' in water logged areas to provide health care facilities to the stranded people.

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Outbreak of epidemic feared in flood-hit Kashmir

With the water level receding in river Jhelum, the threat of outbreak of epidemic in Kashmir is increasing as there is massive shortage of medicines and vaccines in the flood affected areas of the Valley.

J&K floods: Over 1,27,000 flood-hit people rescued so far

More than 1,27,000 people have been rescued from the flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir so far as the relief operations launched by the Armed forces entered the 11th day on Friday.

Zee News' reporter Irfan Manzoor's dynamic reporting during J&K floods

Irfan Manzoor, a Zee News reporter put his life on stake, battling all odds to cover the whereabouts of poeple affected by the J&K floods.

Kedarnath yatra resumes, over 150 pilgrims pay obeisance

 More than 150 pilgrims paid obeisance to Lord Shiva at Kedarnath today as the yatra to the Himalayan shrine resumed after a five-day suspension.

J&K floods: Tell us what rescue measures you have taken, SC asks Centre
J&K floods: Tell us what rescue measures you have taken, SC asks Centre

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to explain by Monday what relief and rescue measures it has taken to rehabilitate those affected by the worst floods in Jammu and Kashmir.

J&K floods: Google database grows to over 6,000 people
J&K floods: Google database grows to over 6,000 people

Launched two days back to aid rescue efforts, Google's database on possible flood victims stranded in Jammu and Kashmir has over 6,300 records and is continuously growing.

J&K floods: Army sets up 19 relief camps, nearly 1 lakh people rescued so far
J&K floods: Army sets up 19 relief camps, nearly 1 lakh people rescued so far

Over 96,000 people have so far been evacuated to safety from flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir by the Armed forces as the rescue and relief operation enters its 10th day Thursday.

Flood waters recede in Jammu and Kashmir but tempers rise
Flood waters recede in Jammu and Kashmir but tempers rise

As flood waters recede in Jammu and Kashmir, tempers are rising against authorities over a perceived slow rescue and relief effort.

Why politicise J&K floods? Part-II

Jammu and Kashmir is battling the worst floods that has hit the state in the last 60 years. While the flood situation in the state has worsen, why politicians are politicising it.

Why politicise J&K floods?

Jammu and Kashmir is battling the worst floods that has hit the state in the last 60 years. While the flood situation in the state has worsen, why politicians are politicising it.

Situation serious in J&K, assure people of full help: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday termed the situation serious in the area as lahks of people are still stranded in flood water.

The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is ' very serious': Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Omar Abdullah termed the situation in the state as ' very serious' on Wednesday even as over 50,000 people have been rescued by the Indian Army in the worst floods that the state has seen in the last six decades.

NDRF jawan injured in attack by angry locals in J&K

An NDRF jawan was on Wednesday attacked by angry locals here while few other personnel of the force were heckled while they were rendering relief and rescue operations in the flood-hit areas.