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40 tourists rescued from Dal lake as strong winds lash JK

Forty tourists caught in strong winds while enjoying shikara rides and their stay in houseboats on the famous Dal Lake here were rescued by the Jammu and Kashmir police. DNA, 1 month ago

8 images for shikaras

Mathrubhumi, 1 month ago, 4 months ago
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Hindustan Times, 6 months ago
Mashable, 7 months ago, 7 months ago, 7 months ago

Tourism in Kashmir collapses, as stone-pelting images dominate TV

At the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Rizwan Ahmad Bhat stands next to his traditional boat, the shikara named Do Badan Ek Jan (two bodies, one soul), waiting for tourists. Last year this time, the lake was packed with visitors exploring its waters and the views of ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Thousands lose jobs, wages as restive Kashmir’s tourism economy dwindles  Sify1 month ago

Kashmiri Shikaras to sail in Thiruvananthapuram backwaters

Thiruvananthapuram:- In a novel tourism project, the state is planning to introduce twenty-seater Shikaras in the backwaters stretching from Kadinamkulam to Akathumuri. Minister Kadakampally Surendran said that the three hour boating service will have a boat ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

'It's time for another surgical strike'

Three eyewitnesses, who saw death around them, as terrorists pumped bullets into a bus (GJ09Z9976) carrying 56 tourists headed to Katra from Srinagar recount their horrors a week after the attack.Apart from bus cleaner Mukesh Patel, none of the eyewitnesses's Prasanna D Zore spoke to saw the terrorists or what they were wearing.The trio were seated in the left rows while the seven pilgrims who died were seated behind the driver, on the right side from where terrorists sprayed between ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Using human shield is not Indian Army norm: General Bipin Rawat

New Delhi:Undeterred by criticism from politicians and commentators, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat says use of human shield by the India Army is not a norm but individual officers are entitled to decide the tactic depending on circumstances. He also ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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