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Extend winter vacation, DAK urges school authorities

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Lastupdate at : Fri, 27 Feb 2015 18:58:15 IST

Srinagar, Feb 26: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) Friday urged authorities to extend winter vacation of schools by two more weeks in view of Swine Flu outbreak. In a statement, president DAK and H1N1 More

  • Kashmir

Thousands attend funeral of slain militants

Protest strike in Pulwama, Shopian


Shopian, Feb 26: Amid sobs and tears, thousands of people today attended the funeral prayers of two militants, killed in a gun-battle with forces yesterday, at their native villages in Pulwama and Shopian More

  • Srinagar City

87,000 flood-ravaged houses and counting

5 months on, devastation figures mount as admin discovers more losses

Part I


Srinagar, Feb 26: What was initially pegged at 70,000, the number of damaged residential houses in September-2014 floods has recently crossed 87,000 mark in the City. While government opines the loss More

  • Jammu

Implementation of several projects hit by delays

Official panel identifies misappropriation of funds, non-submission of utilization certificates, lack of coordination


Jammu, Feb 26: Progress on several projects under core sectors has been hit in Jammu and Kashmir as their implementation has been affected due string of failures on the part of executing agencies. As More

  • South Asia

Pak army chief warns India ahead of Jaishankar's visit

Islamabad, Feb 26: Pakistan's powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif today warned India of a "befitting response" to alleged provocation along the Line of Control (LoC), just days before the arrival More

  • Health

Docs send H1N1 positive category- B patient home


Srinagar, Feb 26: A Kashmiri youth who has come on a vacation from abroad is battling for survival here as doctors have made him believe that he is suffering from H1N1 influenza but have assured him that More

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