First convoy reaches Jammu amid tight security

DURBAR MOVES

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Oct 29: After closure of Durbar Move offices in the summer capital, the first convoy of around 200 vehicles, mostly carrying government records, reached Jammu amid tight security on Monday evening. The trucks carrying files and other records had left Srinagar on Monday morning. The officials More

IED defused on Rajouri-Poonch road

SUMIT BHARGAV

Rajouri, Oct 29: Army Monday claimed to have defused an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) on the outskirts of Rajouri town, averting a major tragedy Monday morning. Sources said suspected militants had put the IED in a mobile phone and the antenna was planted on the roadside near village More

JK: Power crises may worsen

Generation Capacity Of State-Owned Hydel Projects Reduces

AKSHAY AZAD

Jammu, Oct 29: With the onset of winter and receding water level in rivers, the generation capacity of state-owned hydel power projects in Jammu and Kashmir has declined by around 50 percent, indicating more power woes for the people. Sources in Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation More

Prestigious project likely to miss Dec deadline

CONSTRUCTION OF 4TH BRIDGE OVER TAWI

ARUN SINGH

Jammu, Oct 29: The construction project of fourth bridge over river Tawi in Jammu is likely to miss December deadline, mainly due to the financial hiccups being faced by Jammu and Kashmir Project Construction Corporation (JKPCC), the state owned company, executing the project. Sources in More

Blasphemous picture on Facebook triggers massive protest

2 govt teachers among 3 arrested; DM initiates probe

ARIF MUNSHI

Kishtwar, Oct 29: Uploading of some blasphemous picture on the social networking website, Facebook, triggered massive protest in this communally sensitive mountainous township on Monday. The trouble started when some youth noticed an alleged blasphemous picture on the social networking website More

Govt sets up mobile lab to screen dengue victims

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Kathua, Oct 29: Jammu and Kashmir government has set up a mobile clinical laboratory to check and screen the people coming to Jammu and Kashmir for dengue infection at Lakhanpur inter-state Toll Plaza, gate way to the state. "We have set up a mobile testing lab to check and screen the people More

Army's new role:Teaching Jammu's tribal kids

BINOO JOSHI

Jammu, Oct 29: The Indian Army has donned a new role in Jammu and Kashmir, with the border state enjoying a period of relative peace. It had adopted a project to educate the children of Gujjars and Bakerwals, tribal goatherds and shepherds who inhabit the Pir Panjal range in the state's Jammu region More

  • Kashmir

Tulail: Expectant mother loses life as doctors go ‘missing’

IMRAN MUZAFFAR

Srinagar, Oct 29: In a shocking incident of its kind, an expectant mother has lost her life in north Kashmir’s Tulail block in Gurez on past Sunday allegedly due to the absence of doctors at the Primary More



  • Srinagar City

Afghan troupes strike City

Kabul based music group performs at Radio Kashmir Srinagar

GK CITY CORRESPONDENT

Srinagar, Oct 29: It were Afghans ruling the Radio Kashmir Srinagar auditorium Monday afternoon as a world famed Sufi music group from the neighboring country performed at the show amid applauds from audience More




  • Jammu

First convoy reaches Jammu amid tight security

DURBAR MOVES

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Oct 29: After closure of Durbar Move offices in the summer capital, the first convoy of around 200 vehicles, mostly carrying government records, reached Jammu amid tight security on Monday evening More



  • World

Bosnian walks over 5,500 km on pilgrimage to Makkah

Sarajevo: Bosnian Muslim Senad Hadzic's spiritual journey to perform the Hajj took him 10 months as walked 5,650 km before reaching Makkah in Saudi Arabia, Bosnian media reported. “There was not a More



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