Mother-son charred to death in Haft Chinar blaze

The residents of the locality alleged delay in the arrival of the fire tenders saying it took them around 30 minutes to reach the spot. [Haseeb Ibn Hameed for Greater Kashmir]

Haftchinar blaze devours two precious lives, renders families homeless

Since Saturday morning, serpentine traffic gridlocks were witnessed all along the rod stretch. [GK Photo]

Massive gridlock in Dalgate on first day of Tulip Festival irks commuters

The car parlours in Karan Nagar area of Srinagar – the main hub of second-hand cars – are wearing a desolate look with dust starting to gather on the vehicles hitherto shining to attract buyers. [GK Photo]

'Criminalised & grounded': Dealers criticize police crackdown on non-J&K vehicles

A man being sampled for COVID-19 at Srinagar's TRC. [Aman Farooq for Greater Kashmir]

'Bad for economy': DC Srinagar rules out fresh lockdown as COVID-19 cases spike

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Watch: Leopard caught alive in central Kashmir's Budgam

Police have seized over 150 vehicles in the valley following a notification issued Saturday by RTO Kashmir asking the owners to register the unregistered vehicles forthwith to avoid seizure. [Aman Farooq for Greater Kashmir]

Amid chaos among motorists, IGP Kashmir connects seizure of non-J&K registered vehicles with militant attacks

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Register vehicles purchased outside J&K to avoid seizure: RTO Kashmir to owners

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Kashmir consumes 22 lakh sheep annually, only 6.5 lakh raised locally

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Kashmir consumes 22 lakh sheep annually, only 6.5 lakh raised locally

As an inaugural day gesture, Shabir said he provided 250 litres of milk free of cost to the customers in a bid to let them first taste and check the quality of his product and then if satisfied, purchase it.

'No more moving around': Pulwama man sets up Kashmir's first 'milk ATM'

An Unwritten Suicide Note