Faisal Shabir Srinagar: Abdul Rehman Malla patiently waits for customers at his shop at Parimpora in outskirts of Srinagar. He sells camels and expects good sales ahead of the Eid-ul-Azha festival this year.Malla told INS that for the past two decades, he has been importing camels from outside, mainly from Rajasthan. “Over these years, I
Srinagar: Dukhtaran-e-Millat on Thursday said the party chairperson, Syed Asiya Andrabi, and her personal secretary, Sofi Fehmeeda, were shifted to Jammu Jammu jail despite court orders directing the government to release them immediately. “The PSA against both Asiya Sahiba and Fehmeeda Sahiba was quashed on Wednesday and the order was later on served to Superintendent
New Delhi: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday laid the foundation of additional accommodation at J&K House, Chanakya Puri here. The proposed block would have 24 rooms, spread over four floors with two connecting corridors. The block would be built as per the latest fire safety norms. Minister of State for Transport and Public Works,
Rajouri: Former Chief Minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Thursday said that it was time to translate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s outreach to the people of Jammu and Kashmir on August 15 on ground in the State. While addressing a party rally in Rajouri, Omar referred to the Prime Minister’s statement that
SRINAGAR,: First of its kind summer basketball camp organized by J&K State Sports Council (JKSSC) concludes today at Indoor Sports Stadium Srinagar. International Basketball Coach, Pradyot voleti imparted training to the thousands of budding players and held basketball camps in Central, South and North Kashmir districts, where the response of the players was extraordinary for
BANDIPORA: The 21-day training camp at J&K Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) Bandipora under Seed Capital Fund Scheme (SCFS) and Youth Startup Loan Scheme (YSLS) concluded here today. Around 68 candidates completed their training in manufacturing, services and agriculture allied skills. As many as 50 candidates including 5 female candidates qualified the programme and will be
GUREZ, : Minister for Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs and Information, Chowdhary Zulfikar Ali Thursday directed the district authorities to speed up the stocking of food grains and other essential commodities in border area of Gurez sub division before the onset of winter and ensure that storage of ration will cater the requirements till
Srinagar: Dr Aashiq Hussain Faktoo alias Dr Qasim on Thursday targeted those who ‘overtly or covertly’ helped PDP come into power, saying differentiating between the party and National Conference can prove disastrous. In a statement, a spokesman of Muslim Deeni Mahaz headed by Dr Qasim also accused ruling PDP of having planned to kill Asiya
Judicial custody of Shabir Shah was extended by court on Thursday. Shah was arrested in an alleged money laundering case. According to media reports Shah will appear at the Patiala House Court on September 13 through video conferencing.
Alleged of being the mastermind of the deadly blue whale game a 17-year-old Russian girl has been arrested, the game encouraged players to commit suicide. Russian police released footage of a raid on the teenager’s house in far-east Russia, where they found portraits of Philipp Budeikin, a Russian psychology student who is behind bars after
Srinagar: United Jihad Council, an amalgam of various militant organizations, on Thursday urged people to observe the ensuing Eid-ul-Azha with austerity and urged them take care of “victims of state terrorism.” “People of Jammu and Kashmir shall celebrate Eid with austerity. Taking care of the victims of state terrorism is our collective responsibility,” UJC’s
Srinagar: Anjuman-e-Auqaf Jamia Masjid on Thursday announced that the Eid-ul-Adha prayers would be offered at historic Eidgah here at 9:30 am. In a statement issued here, a spokesperson of Anjuman-e-Auqaf Jamia Masjid said Kashmir’s chief cleric and chairman Hurriyat (M), Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, would deliver a sermon at 8:30 am before the Eid prayers. “People
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir has directed authorities to take action against those who have filed fake affidavits in a bid to avail benefits under State Marriage Assistance Scheme (SMAS). Under SMAS, an eligible poor girl beneficiary will be entitled to one-time financial assistance of Rs 25,000 and five grams of gold from district social
Srinagar: The Jammu And Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) declared the results of class 10 bi-annual 2017 examination on Thursday The result can be accessed on the official website jkbose.co.in. The class 10 Leh division examination results have also been announced by the jkbose.
Eid ul Adha will be celebrated on September 2, and there will be holidays to celebrate it. We provide you with a list of holidays announced in different parts of the world for Eid. Compare your holidays with it. May you have a great Eid. Saudi Arabia has announced a 16-day public holiday. Qatar and Turkey
Death toll in the building collapse in Mumbais Byculla area has reached ten, including three women and dozens have been injured while at least 17 people have been rescued on Thursday. Teams of the NDRF and the Fire Brigade are at the spot engaged in rescue operations. Reports qouting MLA Amin Patel said that a
Srinagar: Rajiv Gauba on Thursday took over as Secretary to the Government of India in the Ministry of Home Affairs. A Jharkhand-cadre of 1982 IAS batch, Gauba joined the Ministry of Home Affairs as Officer on Special Duty on June 27 this year and took charge as the Union Home Secretary upon the superannuation of
Rajouri: Former Chief Minister and working president of opposition National Conference Omar Abdullah on Wednesday accused PDP-BJP of engineering communal divide and daid that it poses a huge challenge to people. Addressing a party rally at Kalakote here, Omar also asked the PDP and the BJP to desist from “dividing people on communal and regional
Srinagar: The J&K High Court has quashed detention order under Public Safety Act against Dukhtaran-e-Millat chief Asiya Andrabi and her aide Faheemda Sofi and ordered authorities to release them forthwith from the preventive detention. The ruling PDP-BJP government had booked ailing Asiya and Sofi under the PSA, described as a “lawless law” by the Amnesty
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday extended greetings to the Muslim world and people of the state on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. In a statement issued here, the octogenarian wished peace, well-being, prosperity and respite from bloodshed. Referring to Kashmir and Palestine issue, he said that there should be an
Faisal Shabir/Muzamil shah Srinagar august 30: Young artist of Kashmir valley today created a miniature of Asia’s largest tulip garden using instillation art work to register their protest and express solidarity with the parents of disappeared persons on the International day of Disappeared. The artists created the miniature of the tulip garden located on the
Srinagar: The state Government has formed an expert committee for suggesting possible measures to help reduce the weight of bags of school-going children. The members of the panel include Prof. A.G. Madhosh, Former Head of the Department, Department of Commerce, University of Kashmir; Prof. (Dr.) Nusrat Andrabi, Ex-Principal & Member of Indian Red Cross Society;
Handwara: Government forces on Wednesday had to resort to teargas shelling after students of Govt Degree College Handwara staged protest over killing of Shahid Bashir Mir last week. Shahid, according to Army was killed in an encounter, the claim rejected by his family who accuse forces of killing him in a staged encounter. Shahid
Cordon And Search Operation CASO, has been launched by government forces in Adipora village of Qaimoh in Kulgam district of South Kashmir. According to sources the CASO is a joint operation by army and SOG of Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Srinagar: Heavy exchange of fire is reported along the Line Of Control at Nowshehra sector on Wednesday. Reports alleged Pakistani troops targeted forward posts and villages in Rajouri district.
Srinagar: Bid to loot an ATM was thwarted by the guard posted on Wednesday in Srinagar. The guard identified as Shabir Ahmad Chopan fought with two persons who had come to loot the ATM in a Maruti car at Sanat Nagar during last night. The looters fled after the stiff resistance by the guard posted there.
Muzamil Shah. Srinagar: The decision to shift the General bus stand Batamaloo has been taken and in Parimpora will be the new general bus stand however shopkeepers at Batamaloo are in a fix as they are at the verge of ‘bankruptcy’ and ‘closure’. “Business will be over,” says Abdul Hameed, a shopkeeper at Battamaloo. These
Srinagar: Government forces called off Cordon and Search Operation (CASO) in an area of Hajin after intense protests broke out in the area. According to reports government forces launched CASO early Wednesday morning however soon youth took to streets and intense clashes erupted. Forces had to resort to tear gas shelling.
Srinagar: J&K Bank today convened 105th meeting of J&K State Level Bankers’ Committee (SLBC) here at SKICC, which was presided over by J&K Chief Secretary Bharat Bhushan Vyas. Briefing the house on the occasion J&K Bank Chairman & CEO and Convener JK SLBC Parvez Ahmed said, “The banks operating in J&K have extended total
Srinagar: The Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell, whose incumbent coordinator is Tassaduq Hussain Mufti, the brother of Chief Minister Mufti Sayeed, has suggested to the J&K Services Selection Board (SSB) to work out a time-bound mechanism for filling up of vacancies in the government departments on the pattern of Staff Selection Commission (SSC). Taking cognizance of
Expresses concern over Hajin youth’s mysterious killing, condoles death of 7 family members in accident Srinagar: Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani on Tuesday hailed commitment and dedication of political prisoners lodged in and outside the state. In a statement, the octogenarian leader said that Jammu and Kashmir’s resistance movement was based on
Budhal Darhal: Article 35A is integral to constitution of India and defending it can’t be anti-national, former Chief Minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah said on Tuesday. Addressing a workers rally here, Omar also “lamented” over BJP for making this proviso a Hindu versus Muslim and the state versus rest of the country issue.
Srinagar: The sale of sacrificial animals has began to gather pace with sellers having a boom as there are hardly any takers for the rate fixed by the administration. With just few days left for Eid-ul-Azha, there was feverish buying of animals in the vast Eidgah area, where huge markets have been set up, on Tuesday.
A team of officials comprising of Excise Taxation Department, , Officials of Revenue department, Police destroyed Bung cultivation illegally grown over a land of about hundreds of Kanals in the orchard areas of Sumbal Raki Shilwat Ganstan village of North Kashmir’s Sumbal Tehsil of Bandipora district.
Ganderbal: In order to make the consumers aware about their rights and responsibilities, Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Ganderbal organized a function in connection with Consumer Rights Day observed across the state on Tuesday. The event was held at Mini Secretariat, DC Office Complex Ganderbal from where a rally started and ended
Muzamil shah Srinagar: Members of Kashmir Contractual Workers Union (KCWU) staged a protest demonstration against the state government for its failure to implement Labour laws “Apathy of the government towards the working class is appalling. Gov is not serious about the implementation of the labour laws in letter and spirit,” protesters said. Mohammad Afzal of KCWU
The Supreme Court rejected the Gujarat High Court order which had directed the state government to pay for reconstruction and repair of shrines damaged and destroyed during the 2002 post-Godhra riots on Tuesday. The Apex court was hearing an appeal filed by the Gujarat government against the High Court order directing it to pay
Germany: A convicted nurse in Germany who is serving life sentence is being suspected of killing 84 patients by injecting them a deadly medication. The former nurse is already serving life sentence for murdering patients. According to media reports the man who is being identified as Niels H. one of the worst serial killers in
Faisal Shabir August: Inspector General of Police Kashmir Tuesday said that entire Valley has been put on high alert following the Fidayeen attack on District Police Lines (DPL) in Pulwama last week. Khan was answering a question from INS after unconfirmed reports of high alert sounded in Srinagar following intelligence inputs that Jaish e Mohammad
Two persons were arrested and liquor was recovered from their possession on Tuesday, police said. “A naka was laid at T. Chowk Banihal. During checking of vehicles one vehicle bearing no jk 22 1278 was put to thorough checking,” police said. During checking 36 Sacks of Desi whiskey 250 ml, One bottle of Royal Imperal
Disparaged over the ‘persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Mayanmar’, Pope Francis asked ‘faithful to pray for them’. Francis was also quoted of having said that he prayed that Rohingya Muslims receive “full rights”. Thousands of Rohingya are trying to flee into Bangladesh after escalated deadly violence. In St Peter’s Square Francis asked faithful to pray
Srinagar: The State Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to state police, seeking its response to a petition demanding a probe by SHRC’s investigation wing into the use of “excessive force” and non compliance of standard operating procedure (SoP) by the armed forces during 2016 unrest in Kashmir Valley. M M Shuja, chairman Centre
JEDDAH: The number of pilgrims coming from abroad for the annual Hajj to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reached 1,735,391. Quoting the General Directorate of Passports, arabnews reported that on Monday ‘the number of guests of Allah coming from abroad has reached 1,735,391.’ “The number of pilgrims coming by air was 1,631,979; 88,585 by
Srinagar: Two bodies of youth were recovered early Tuesday in Palpora Narwaw area of Shopian in south Kashmir. Initial reports suggest that bodies were found in the orchards. The Duo have been identified as Umar Suhail son of Asif Iqbal aged 17 and Muhammad Ather son of Abdul Razaq aged 20, both residents of Rajouri
Srinagar: Article 35-A is a non-negotiable Article of faith for the people of the State, former Chief minister and National Conference president Dr. Farooq Abdullah said on Monday. He that National Conference was ready to fight every battle required to safeguard the State’s special status and its political and cultural identity. Addressing a party convention
Seven Members of the family died in Ann accident at Narian on Monday. The family belongs to Personal Assistant to Deputy Comissioner Rajouri, Mehmood Ahmed, he too died in the accident. The dead have been identified as: 1. Mehmood Ahmed s/o Jaffer Ali ( PA DC) 2. Abdul Aziz son of Jaffer Ali 3.Atter Begum
Mendhar: Former Chief Minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Monday recalled former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee’s “golden words” that friends can be changed but not the neighbours remains relevant in the sub-continent and pitched for generating conducive atmosphere to restart Indo-Pak dialogue to herald a new era of good neighbourly relations. “Both India
Srinagar: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir are indebted to Hazrat Mir Syed Ali Hamdani (RA) popularly known as Shah-e-Hamdan. She also felicitated people of the State on the annual Urs of the saint. She said people of Jammu & Kashmir are greatly indebted to Hazrat Shah-e-Hamdan (R.A.) for
Faisal Shabir Srinagar August 28th: Scores of undergraduate students today protested against Kashmir University for the delay in the conduct of their examinations. The students raised slogans against Kashmir University and J&K education Minister Altaf Bukhari. Protesting students demanded that KU must conduct their examinations on time to save their ‘future’. “We have enrolled for