J&K govt releases additional Rs 100 cr each to Kashmir, Jammu

The Omar Abdullah government on Tuesday placed Rs 100 crore each at the disposal of the Divisional Commissioners of Kashmir and Jammu for temporary restoration of infrastructure.

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.

Omar thanks Modi Govt for support during flood rescue ops

Jammu and Kashmir Government on Monday expressed sincere thanks to the Centre for its support during rescue and relief operations in the flood ravaged state.

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.

Ramban flood victims in bad condition

The intensity of influx of flood victims from the flood ravaged Kashmir valley in the Ramban district has intensified leading to a chaotic situation and thus posing another challenge for the district administration.

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J&K floods: Centre assures all-out healthcare assistance

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Sunday reviewed the situation in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and affirmed that all assistance would be provided to the state health authorities to tackle any possible epidemic in the aftermath of the devastating floods.

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.

J&K floods: 730 flood-hit people sent home from Valley

As many as 730 people, including 390 migrant labourers, have been sent home from Kashmir Valley via Anantnag-Simthantop-Kishtwar Road in the Jammu region.

J&K floods: Debris removal uphill task, to take months

Even though they were rescued, hundreds of residents of Jawahar Nagar area here keep returning to their homes only to "helplessly watch" their life's savings submerged in the flood waters, while officials say it will take several months to clear the debris.

J&K floods: To restore calm, Armed Police from Jammu airlifted to Valley

In the wake of attacks on rescue teams of NDRF and Army, two battalions of Armed Police have been airlifted from Jammu to flood-ravaged Kashmir Valley to maintain law and order.

Omar Abdullah announces relief for mobile users in flood-hit J&K

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has announced relief for all pre-paid and post-paid mobile users, who have been unable to recharge their phones or pay their bills, in the flood-hit state.

60 percent power supply restored in Kashmir: Omar

Stepping up efforts to re-establish normalcy in the flood ravaged state, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday said 60 per cent power supply has been restored in Kashmir Valley so far.

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.

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy suggests President's rule in J&K, Opposition slams

Making a point about holding Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir amid flooding and ongoing rescue operations, the BJP's senior leader Subramanian Swamy on Sunday suggested that President's rule should be imposed in the state for a year.

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.

J&K floods: Ration supplies to reach all places in Srinagar in 36 hours, says Omar Abdullah

Ration supplies will reach all places of Srinagar within 36 hours, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said on Saturday while noting that his government was addressing a multitude of challenges to ensure quick relief to all hit by the unprecedented flood.

J&K floods: JKPCC sets up Control Room for flood-affected people

Jammu and Kashmir Congress on Saturday set up a Control Room here to provide relief to flood-hit people of the state.

Carriers evacuate nearly 1,400 more people from flood-hit J&K

Air India and private airlines on Saturday continued their evacuation exercise from flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, carrying several tonnes of relief materials and flying back almost 1,400 stranded people.

J&K floods: 1.5 lakh people still marooned, says Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday said 1.5 lakh people are still marooned after the worst floods in a century devastated the state last week even as he said there was some concern over rising water levels in northern parts of the Valley.