Kashmir

Tourism deptt participates in International events for attracting foreigners

Tourism deptt participates in International events for attracting foreigners

With a view to attracting the foreigners in large numbers and showcase the tourism potential of the state in the global market the Department of Tourism participates in International events. In this regard, the department has sponsored/participated in the following 06 international events of tourism promotion in the last two years. Officials say, “The Tourism

Kupwara search operation called off after seven days

The week-long search operation launched by the government forces in Zurhama and Keran forests to nab the militants has been called off without successs, police said on Wednesday. The operation was launched in a vast area to nab the militants who attacked and killed two army soldiers and injured four others in Zurhama and Keran

Night temperatures improve throughout Jammu and Kashmir

Night temperatures improved on Wednesday throughout Jammu and Kashmir due to partial cloud cover, the Met said. “The present dry weather is likely to continue till Saturday or Sunday,” an official of the MET department said. Night temperatures improve throughout Jammu and Kashmir Night temperatures improved on Wednesday throughout Jammu and Kashmir due to partial

Train service resumes in Kashmir

Train services resumed on Tuesday after remaining suspended for a day due to security reasons in the Kashmir valley, where separatists had called for a general strike to express solidarity with the detenues, lodged in different jails within and outside the state. ‘We have resumed all train runs in the Kashmir valley today,’ a senior

Traffic on Srinagar-Leh highway, Mughal road disrupted, Kashmir highway open

Traffic on the 434-km-long national highway, linking the Ladakh region with Kashmir and the historic Mughal road was disrupted on Thursday due to slippery road conditions following snowfall on Wednesday. However, the 300-km-long Srinagar-Jammu national highway was through for traffic, a traffic police official said. Traffic on the 86-km-long historic Mughal road, connecting Shopian in

Farooq for Indo-Pak dialogue on Kashmir

SRINAGAR, Nov 15: National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah today urged India and Pakistan to start a sustained, comprehensive dialogue on Kashmir as it was against the interests of both countries to prolong the political issue. (Click here to watch video) While addressing an NC rally in border town Uri, Farooq said: “It is against

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