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Small batch of 70 devotees leave for Amarnath
One India

Chhari Mubarak leaves for Amarnath shrine

ed the annual pilgrimage to 3,880 metre-high holy cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas, marking the final phase of the 44-day Yatra. The saffron-robed mace was taken from its Dashnami Akhara abode at Budshah Chowk in Srinagar to Pahalgam by a ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Small batch of 70 devotees leave for Amarnath State Times, 2 months ago
Small batch of 122 devotees leave for Amarnath Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Times of India

3.7 lakh visit Amarnath cave this year

Amid chanting of religious hymns in the spiritual ambience of south Kashmirs Himalayas, the 44-day Amarnath yatra concluded on Sunday on Shravan Purnima. According to officials, 3.72 lakh pilgrims paid obeisance at the naturally-formed ice Shivalingam inside ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Amarnath Yatra ends, over 3.70 lakh pilgrims this year  Business Standard2 months ago 3.62 lakh pilgrims pay obeisance at Amarnath  State Times2 months ago
Responding to Climate Change

Jammu and Kashmir disaster was waiting to happen

The mega floods responsible for wreaking misery, havoc and devastation across Srinagar and most parts of south Kashmir is a calamity that was waiting to happen. "Neither have I brought the rain nor can I stop it," chief minister Omar Abdullah ...
 India Today1 month ago OPINION: Time to follow the floods in India  Climate and Development Knowledge Network4 weeks ago After the floods, India investigates climate change links  Responding to Climate Change1 month ago Floods in Pakistan, India blamed on lack of planning, climate change  Business Recorder1 month ago

Moist easterly winds blow into Chennai, south peninsula

Winds have currently shifted to being northeasterly to easterly over Chennai where weather patterns are turning ahead of the anticipated onset of northeast monsoon. Humidity levels have built up to beyond 60 per cent, and the Met Centre has warned ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Enthusiasts line up for Himalayan Car Rally

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Amir Yardenay, a 27-year-old Israeli who was at the Israel-Gaza border in July, pulling out injured and dead soldiers till he lost count, is among the 50 bikers at the 16th Maruti Suzuki Raid De ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Amir among 50 bikers to participate in Raid De Himalaya  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Amir Yardenay set to be a part of the 16 Maruti Suzuki Raid De Himalaya  Times of India2 weeks ago

The Other Kashmir is the Bigger Kashmir

As a young boy, when I had my thread ceremony, I heard the priest chant the words, Namaste Sharada Devi, Kashmira Puravasini. (We bow to Sharada Devi, resident of Kashmir) Twenty years later, in 1963, when I first visited Srinagar as a public ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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Kashmir's sorrow

'For lakhs of people in the flood-afflicted state, battling against the elements is taking a huge toll. This is the time of the year that apples ripen, rice starts being harvested and preparations start in full swing to put aside some of the food stocks for the long winter months ahead.' 'At this moment, though, people there believe if they can succeed in coming out of this calamity in one piece they will have won the war,' says Rashme Sehgal. It is too early to make an estimation of the death ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Sott.net

Anger rises in India's Kashmir Valley as people remain trapped a week after floods

SRINAGAR, India — Many of the hungry who lined up for free rice Saturday had been trapped in their homes for days by the floods that have killed hundreds in India and Pakistan. They were finally emerging, dehydrated and weak, but ready for a ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago Raging monsoon floods inundate Pakistan and India: 700,000 people told to evacuate  Sott.net1 month ago Death toll from flooding in India and Pakistan reaches 400  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago JHANG, Pakistan—Raging monsoon floods sweeping across India and Pakistan have killed more than 400 people, authorities said Tuesday, warning hundreds of thousands more to be...  Epoch Times1 month ago
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Travel agents, trip advisers misled us

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Some families of those who are stranded in Jammu and Kashmir are now blaming travel agents for not warning them in advance and stopping their kin from visiting the valley at this time of the year.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Mountain biking rally gets tougher this year

The South Asia's biggest mountain biking rally in Himachal Pradesh is getting more tougher and winding this edition, with the cyclists having to ascend to 12,500 metres via 90 percent off-road tracks, organisers said Friday. The organisers of the ...
 NewKerala.com2 months ago
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