'Heat wave to continue'
ASHWANI LANGEHJammu, May 31: The mercury today crossed 45 Degrees Celsius in Jammu and this is the second time in last ten years that the temperature crossed this mark in May. While the maximum temperature, according to the weatherman, was five notches above normal, the minimum temperature also remained More
GK NEWS NETWORKJammu, May 31: With rising mercury level in the winter capital, the number of forest and other fire incidents has also witnessed sharp increase with 10 incidents reported in less than 12 hours from various parts of Jammu district. Officials of the Fire and Emergency services Jammu informed More
AMARNATH YATRA 2012Jammu, May 31: Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Pradeep Gupta on Thursday convened a joint meeting of senior officials and prominent citizens of Jammu to review the Amarnath yatra arrangements and seek suggestions for further improvements. The District Development Commissioner, Jammu, Sanjeev More
RANJANA CHARAKJammu, May 31: The Bharat Bandh called by National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and other parties to protest the hike in petrol prices threw normal life out of gear in Jammu and its adjoining areas today with no public transport plying on roads and offices registering thin attendance. Shops More
GK NEWS NETWORKJammu, May 31: Forum for Democratic Rights (FDR) has appealed Divisional Commissioner Jammu to initiate probe into the clash which broke out between two communities over sharing of potable water from a public source in village Rasoo of district Kathua some days back. As per a press release More
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Ganderbal, May 31: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday reviewed the status of power sector in Ganderbal constituency at a meeting of the concerned officers here. An official spokesman said the More
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Medicos, civil society press for blanket ban on tobacco, gutkha products in JK
Srinagar, May 31: Members of the civil society including students, social activists, media-persons and medicos on Thursday pressed for the blanket ban on the tobacco and gutkha products in the Jammu and More
'Heat wave to continue'
Jammu, May 31: The mercury today crossed 45 Degrees Celsius in Jammu and this is the second time in last ten years that the temperature crossed this mark in May. While the maximum temperature, according More