3 national highways leading to Kashmir Valley opened

The life in flood-hit Kashmir region is limping back to normal as vehicular traffic to the Valley has been restored through three national highways facilitating the resumption of supplies at a massive scale.

Submerged in water,structures in Srinagar run risk of collapse

The slow pace of dewatering in areas of Srinagar city hit worst by floods can lead to collapse of hundreds of buildings resulting in destruction of property worth hundreds of crores.

We are facing epidemic outbreak in J&K: Doctors

More and more patients with symptoms of skin irritation, chest infection and diarrhoea are coming at the health centres in this flood ravaged city, with doctors saying they are already dealing an epidemic outbreak.

J&K flood victims run from pillar to post to get relief material

Chaos has hit relief distribution in flood-ravaged Kashmir as some survivors of the natural calamity from the summer capital of the state are running from pillar to post to get food grains but to no avail.

J&K: Two militants killed in encounter

Two militants were on Wednesday killed in an encounter with security forces near the Line of Control in Macchil Sector of Kashmir Valley.

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.

Srinagar City divided into 3 zones for clean up operations

Flood-ravaged Srinagar City has been divided into three zones to expedite the cleaning up and sanitation operations, an official spokesman said Tuesday.

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.

Supreme Court asks Centre, J&K govt to focus on districts other than Srinagar

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir government not to restrict its focus to Srinagar in the rescue and relief operations in flood-hit areas, saying the condition in some other districts is "worse".

Massive de-watering operations in Srinagar, 2.26 lakh people rescued in J&K

Massive de-watering operations have been launched in flood-hit areas of Srinagar where some places still lay submerged under 10 feet water nearly two weeks after Jammu and Kashmir was ravaged by floods, as authorities on Monday stepped up efforts to restore normalcy in the Valley.

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.

Highway closure cuts off supplies of essentials to Kashmir Valley

With floods rendering the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway inoperational for 12 consecutive days Monday, Kashmir Valley residents are facing an acute shortage of essential commodities even as people in some areas of north and south Kashmir accused the administration of concentrating only on Srinagar city.

Train services partially resume in Kashmir Valley

After remaining disrupted for 11 days, Railways Monday partially resumed train services in Kashmir Valley following restoration of tracks damaged by flood waters.

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.

J&K floods: Ground zero report from Lal Chowk

Flood situation remained grim with most parts of Srinagar city still under water.
Watch Zee Media's ground report from Lal Chowk.

J&K floods: AI evacuates 700 stranded people from Valley

S700 people stranded due to devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir were today evacuated by Air India which operated eight flights to Srinagar and two to Leh.

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.

J&K floods: As skies open up, distressed turn to shrine for shelter

A house of worship is for the faithful often a doorway into the spiritual world, but when a land is caught in the devastation of terrible floods, a religious shrine can sometimes be all that stands between death and physical preservation, as was proved by the Zeashta Devi temple here.

Don't celebrate my birthday, help in J&K relief work instead, requests PM Modi
Don't celebrate my birthday, help in J&K relief work instead, requests PM Modi

As the rescuers battles to save thousands of people in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday made a humble request to the people to not celebrate his birthday which is due on September 17.

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.