Curfew imposed in city parts

Want To Avoid Spread Of Violence After Sporadic Clashes In Srinagar: Government


Srinagar, Nov 28: The administration has imposed indefinite curfew in most parts of Srinagar to avoid any law and problem after reports of clashes between two groups. The curfew will continue till further orders.District Magistrate Srinagar Baseer Ahmad Khan told Greater Kashmir this evening that More

Kashmir University postpones exams

Srinagar, Nov 28: Kashmir University (KU) has postponed all examinations scheduled to be held on November 29, Thursday.“All the Kashmir University examinations scheduled to be held on November 29 have been postponed. Fresh dates will be notified separately,” a statement issued by Controller Examinations More


Omar’s Meeting With Rebel BJP Legislators Upsets Cong


Jammu, Nov 28: The latest attempt by the ruling National Conference (NC) to forge sort of a new alliance with the rebel Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) legislators seems to have upset its alliance partner Congress. The coalition partners were till now trying to put up a united face in run-up to the Dec More

Chief Minister plays ‘ministerial berth’ card


Jammu, Nov 28: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is waiting to see the results of the state legislative council elections before deciding on the much-awaited cabinet reshuffle in the state.Omar wrote on microblogging website Twitter: “The MLC elections in the state have come at a good time because More

Sheep farm imperils Hangul habitat

Despite Deadline, Authorities Fail To Shift It From Dachigam


Srinagar, Nov 28: The State Government continues to sleep over shifting of the sheep farm from Dachigam Wildlife Park here, home to endangered Kashmiri Stag (Hangul), despite its admission that the farm was a potential threat to the animal known for its magnificent antlers.The 2nd meeting of the More

Nocturnal raids, arrests trigger protests in Nowhatta


Srinagar, Nov 28: Strong protests erupted in volatile Nowhatta area of Srinagar Wednesday against the arrest of at least 20 youth and three parents in nocturnal raids. However police said only five persons have been detained and they are investigating the cases.The residents of Nowhatta took to More

Weatherman forecasts snowfall, heavy downpour

Srinagar, Nov 28: The meteorological (MeT) department on Wednesday issued travel advisory for next 24 hours warning of rain and snowfall that could affect surface and air transport in the Valley.“Due to fresh weather system emerging, moderate snowfall over hills and rains in plains will occur More

CRPF man killed in Bemina attack

2 Paramilitary Personnel Hurt In Bijbehara Blast


Srinagar/Islamabad, Nov 28: A Central Reserve Police Force man was killed when militants attacked their camp in Bemina area of Srinagar Tuesday night, police said.Giving details, police said militants attacked the camp of CRPF 73 BN stationed at Transport Yard Bemina.“The militants opened More

  • Briefs

ITI Hajin sans staff,equipment

Srinagar, Nov 28: The Industrial Training Institute in north Kashmir’s Hajin town is without proper staff and equipments, affecting the practical training of students. The students of the institute More

  • National

Zee editors denied bail,sent to two-day police custody


New Delhi,Nov 28: The bail pleas of two senior editors of Zee News accused of attempting to extort Rs 100 crore from Congress MP Naveen Jindal's company was today rejected by a Delhi court, which remanded More

  • Opinion

NC Handed Over!!!

It’s a trail of disasters, beginning with Sheikh Abdullah himself



On the occasion of Omar Abdullah’s vibrant overtures, rather open statements, that NC will forge political alliance with Congress, some old stories press for telling.After almost two decades, when Plebiscite More

  • GK Magazine

God: How much do we care!

What is God but our ultimate concern as Tillich would say



Are we concerned about God? Not at all! At least most of us are not and that is why the Quran puts great majority of people in hell. Do we have gnosis of him? Ask yourself and be ashamed of yourself being More

  • Letters

Contradictory statements

This refers to the statement made by the Chief Minster Omar Abdullah about corruption. He said that we can not fight corruption till there is Coalition Government in the state and in future people should More

  • Editorial

Hurriyat's Pakistan visit

It is now for sometime that Hurriyat has been holding consultations with civil society members on its ensuing Pakistan visit. This is first time Hurriyat has involved the Valley's civil society to frame More

  • Business

'Tata Docomo ditched us'

PDP urges Co to review its decision of winding up operations in JK


Srinagar, Nov 28: People’s Democratic Party today urged the Tata Teleservices to review its decision of winding up operations in Jammu and Kashmir as “it would not only leave hundreds of youth jobless More

  • Sports

National Dalgate lifts title


Srinagar,Nov 28: National Dalgate Football Club lifted the Inter-Dalgate Seven-A-Side knockout Football Tournament title defeating Young Dalgate in a final played at TRC ground here on Wednesday.  More

  • Kashmir

‘Guru hanging can trigger fresh violence in JK’

Kashmir Youth Urge President To Reconsider Death Sentence


Srinagar, Nov 28: Kashmir-based youth activists Wednesday demanded withdrawal of death penalty to Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru to prevent disruption of peace in Jammu and Kashmir. The activists More

  • Srinagar City

‘Calligraphy through the Ages’ commences at Lal Ded centre

Srinagar, Nov 28: Prof Talat Ahmad, Vice-Chancellor, Kashmir University Wednesday inaugurated the 10-day Travelling Photo Exhibition ‘Calligraphy through the Ages’, at Lal Ded Memorial Cultural Centre More

  • Jammu

‘NC violating code of conduct’

Qarra writes to Chief Electoral Officer

Jammu, Nov 28: Taking a note of the “blatant violation” of model code of conduct and “misuse” of official machinery by the ruling National Conference to “manipulate victory” of its candidate in the Legislative More

  • South Asia

Pakistan test fires N-capable 1,300 km range ballistic missile


Islamabad, Nov 28: Pakistan today successfully test fired the nuclear-capable Hatf-V ballistic missile with a range of 1,300 km that could hit targets deep inside India, with the military saying the launch More

  • World

Protesters pressure Mursi to withdraw decree


Cairo,Nov 28: Police and protesters clashed for the third day today at the iconic Tahrir Square here, protesting against President Muhammad Mursi who stuck to his contentious decree granting him sweeping More

  • Kupwara

Schools san basic facilities at Wadpora

Students suffer, Education deptt in slumber

Handwara: Notwithstanding tall claims of the Government to strengthen educational infrastructure particularly in rural areas, most of the schools in Handwara san basic facilities taking heavy toll on the More

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