Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today appealed the people of the state to be patient with the PDP-BJP coalition government, saying it would take time to put the system back on track.
Stepping up his opposition to the alleged plan to create special resettlement zones for Kashmiri Pandits in the valley, JKLF chief Yasin Malik on Saturday said that a separate town will build a wall of hatred.
Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Friday said the annual Amarnath yatra in south Kashmir Himalayas should be restricted to 30 days for "safety" of pilgrims and protection of environment.
When a day's rain is enough to inundate markets, choke drains and flood streets in a city of 1.3 million people, something must be seriously wrong somewhere. Srinagar city, especially its uptown business and residential areas, were devastated by the floods that hit Jammu and Kashmir in September 2014.
Jammu and Kashmir State Vigilance Organisation on Tuesday filed a charge-sheet against 60 people, including government officials, for their alleged role in embezzlement of over Rs 22 crores from funds meant to compensate people whose lands were acquired in Pulwama.