Life slowly moving to normalcy in Kashmir
Life slowly moving to normalcy in Kashmir

After 11 days, life is slowly returning to normalcy in Kashmir but the extent of damage caused by devastating floods is still unfolding.

Over 2,000 UP residents missing in Kashmir floods

The whereabouts of more than 2,000 people from Uttar Pradesh in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir are still not known, officials said on Tuesday.

UAE aid for Jammu & Kashmir flood victims

Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE ruler's representative in the country's Western Region and chairman of Emirates Red Crescent (ERC), has ordered the provision of urgent humanitarian assistance to the victims of the floods, which hit India recently.

Delhi BJP, IMA to send 200 doctors, 400 paramedics to J&K

Delhi BJP in collaboration with Indian Medical Association will soon send 200 doctors and 400 paramedical staff to flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

J&K: Woman washed away in nallah in Doda

A woman was washed away in strong water currents after falling in a nallah, while three others were rescued by the army in Doda district of flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

MoS PMO to adopt 2 landslide-hit villages in his constituency

PMO Minister Jitendra Singh on Monday announced that he will adopt two landslide-hit villages in Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency of Jammu and Kashmir for their all-round development.

U'khand Govt to pay quarterly fee of Kashmiri students

In a bid to provide monetary relief to students hailing from flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand Government on Monday said it would pay three months fees of those studying in educational institutes of the state.

J&K Secretariat to restart from Sept 18 in Srinagar

Jammu and Kashmir's Civil Secretariat will start functioning from September 18 in Srinagar, the summer capital city.

J&K floods: Weather likely to remain clear, says MeT

Indian Meteorological Department (MeT) director, BP Yadav, on Monday said that weather in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir is likely to remain clear as the possibility of rain is less.

Kashmir employees resent orders to join duty

Jammu and Kashmir government employees posted in the Valley, but stranded in the Jammu region, on Monday resented orders to join their duties immediately or face drastic administrative actions.

Relocation of ammunition dumps, bunkers ordered in Jammu

The Indian Army on Monday ordered the relocation of its ammunition dumps, bunkers and border outposts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu region due to extensive damage caused by floods.

Omar orders redoubling ration supply to valley

Asserting that restoration of essential services and public utilities on war footing is the priority of the government, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah directed concerned departments to redouble the ration supply to the valley.

Floods bind people across religious lines in J&K

15-year-old Abdul Rahman has been staying in a Gurudwara here along with his family ever since he was rescued from his house in marooned Wazir Bagh locality after the floods ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

J&K floods: IRDA asks life insurers to settle claims fast
J&K floods: IRDA asks life insurers to settle claims fast

In view of massive floods resulting in loss of lives and belongings in Jammu & Kashmir, Insurance Regulatory Authority of India (IRDA) has asked life insurers to take immediate steps for expeditious settlement of claims.

J&K floods: Work resumes after rains halts relief and rescue operations
J&K floods: Work resumes after rains halts relief and rescue operations

The relief and rescue operations in the flood-hit state of Jammu and Kashmir were hampered on Sunday after heavy rains lashed the area where over one lakh people are still  awaiting rescue.

Kranti Dal lauds Army's relief and rescue works in J&K

Kranti Dal on Saturday lauded the efforts made by Army, Air Force and other state agencies in the rescue and relief works in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, saying the valiant efforts of soldiers saved several lives.

J&K floods: Jhelum River - from revered to being feared

It has been revered as the lifeline of Kashmir Valley, but River Jehlum has in the last fortnight revealed its most horrific face, unseen by generations, as it ravaged a large part of Srinagar city.

Over 1,500 Nepali youths stranded in Jammu and Kashmir

Over 1,500 Nepali youth, most of them daily wage earners, are stranded in India's Jammu and Kashmir state due to the floods and landslides.

Chhattisgarh to sent 10,000 solar lamps to flood-hit J&K

The Chhattisgarh government has decided to provide 10,000 solar lamps and other necessary electrical equipment, including transformers, to people of flood-ravaged Jammu & Kashmir.

J&K floods: Saddal hamlet wiped out in few terrifying moments

In less than one minute, Yash Pal's life changed forever as a whole mountain came crashing down devouring this hamlet following torrential rains and buried his family of six.