Schools in Kashmir set to reopen tomorrow
Schools in Kashmir are scheduled to reopen on Monday after remaining shut for nearly seven months following the abrogation of Article 370.
Encounter underway in J-K's Lowermunda area of Kulgam
An encounter has started at Lowermunda area of Kulgam on Monday morning between terrori...
Army jawan killed as Pakistani troops shell forward areas along LoC, IB in Jammu and Kashmir
The heavy Pakistani firing and shelling were rep...
First confirmed coronavirus case in Jammu & Kashmir
A 63-year-old woman, who had a travel history to Iran, tested positive for coronavirus here, making her the first confirmed case in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.
Jammu & Kashmir sees second death, 5 new cases
The death of a 62-year-old man from Tangmarg of north Kashmir who was tested positive on March 28 afternoon has once again hinted at community transmission as he had not recent travel history outside J&K or contact with any active or suspect case.
Six injured in grenade attack in central Kashmir
Militants hurled a grenade at a security forces' party near a bus stand at Pakherpora in Charare-Sharief area of the central Kashmir district, a police official said. He said a CRPF personnel, a policeman and four civilians were injured in the explosion.
China's aggression at border & Nepal’s new maps are not coincidental
Nepal's newfound aggression may be part of a bigger plan. Time to brace for bad news from the west too?
Flyers to undergo COVID-19 test, quarantine upon entering J&K
The decision was conveyed by the department of disaster management, relief and reconstruction (state executive committee), extending the already set protocols for passengers returning passengers to the Union Territory.
Keralite among Af gurdwara attackers, did it for ‘Muslims in Kashmir’, says IS
Muhsin, sources in Indian agencies said, was named in the IS message as Abu Khalid al-Hindi — which also claimed the bombing as an act of revenge for Kashmiri Muslims — but his real identity was confirmed based on his photograph released by Al-Amaq News, a pro-IS media outlet. T
Covid-19 impact: Jammu & Kashmir, others begin tracing preachers
The group, comprising largely of Malaysian and Indonesian nationals, ET has learnt, had travelled to India after attending a congregation of Islamic preachers in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia between February 27 and March 1.
Case No. 5 fuels fear of community spread in Kashmir, beyond
Jammu and Kashmir reported its first Covid-19 death, when a 65-year-old, with a recent travel history to Saudi Arabia, passed away in Srinagar on Thursday. His two grandchildren have tested positive.
Four associates of Lashkar-e-Taiba militants arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
"Police in Budgam along with security forces have arrested four terrorist associates including top terror associate of proscribed terror outfit LeT and recovered arms and ammunition from their possession," a police spokesperson said.
Watch: Cops having tough time maintaining social distancing as liquor shops open in Jammu
As liquor shops reopen in Jammu, long queues seen outside these stores. Cops are having a ‘tough time’ to make people follow social distanci...
Jammu and Kashmir reports three more positive cases of Covid-19
The third person is a resident of Baramulla in northern Kashmir and his sample was sent to the SKIMS hospital in Srinagar, where his test was found positive. He has been quarantined in the Government Medical College, Baramulla. He had travelled within the country recently.
Open for Covid and non-Covid diseases: 'Doctors without borders'
The medical aid provider, also known as ‘Doctors without borders’ in the English-speaking world, foresees a spike in Covid cases in the hinterlands as several lakhs of migrants return to their villages.
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