A fresh batch of 142 pilgrims today left for the twin base camps of Amarnath cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas amidst tight security. The batch comprising 93 men, 14 women and 35 sadhus left in four vehicles from the Bhagwati Nagar base camp ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
PTI - KASHMIR-AMARNATH - Smallest batch of pilgrims leave for Amarnath - Namibia Press Agency, 2 months ago
Fresh batch of 277 pilgrims leave for Amarnath cave shrine - Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Srinagar, Aug 18 (UNI) Expressing satisfaction over incident-free annual 48-day-long Amarnath yatra in south Kashmir Himalayas, Governor N N Vohra, chairman of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) directed official to launch a full scale post yatra ...United News of India, 2 months ago Amarnath yatra ends today, least number of pilgrims in decade Economic Times, 2 months ago Amarnath yatra ends, least number of pilgrims in decade Press Trust of India, 2 months ago PTI - KASHMIR-AMARNATH - Amarnath yatra ends, least number of pilgrims in decade Namibia Press Agency, 2 months ago
The annual pilgrimage to the 3,880 metre high cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas resumed this morning after remaining suspended for most part of the day yesterday due to heavy rains, officials said. The yatra resumed this morning ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Amarnath yatra suspended due to heavy rains Business Standard, 2 months ago
"Chhari Sthapana", an important ritual in connection with the ongoing Amarnath yatra in south Kashmir Himalayas, was today performed by a group of sadhus led by Mahant Deependra Giri at Shri Amareshwar Temple here. "In connection with annual ...Business Standard, 2 months ago ‘Chhari Sthapana’ performed at Amareshwar Temple State Times, 2 months ago
Kashmir is the northernmost geographical region of South Asia. Until the mid-19th century, the term Kashmir denoted only the valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal mountain range. The name Kashmir derives from the Sanskrit ...Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago
[Eric Margolis]The divided south Asian mountain state of Kashmir is like a volcano: forgotten when quiescent, but terrifying when it comes alive. After the first India-Pakistan War in 1947, in which the British Indian Raj was divided into Hindu ...Before It's News, 2 weeks ago Column - Beware the Kashmir volcano The Sun Daily, 3 weeks ago
K.N. Pandita Long before the partition of India, famous Urdu poet Iqbal praised the Himalayas in glowing words and called it our sentry and our protector. Much water has gone down the river. The mighty Himalayas are no more the forbidding ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
On the second anniversary of the 2014 Kashmir flood - dubbed by some as the worst in a century - I write this short piece as a victim of climate change. I was in New Delhi when the flooding began. Having spoken to my parents on the very morning of ...Kashmir Times, 1 month ago
India and Pakistan perpetually shift between a steady simmer and a roiling boil. When relations reach the latter extreme, Kashmir quite often fans the flames. Tension between the two nuclear-armed archrivals is at the highest it's been in years, ...Korea Herald, 2 weeks ago Defusing South Asian tensions Saudi Gazette, 1 month ago
Views from Srinagar Rao Farman Ali THROUGH filtered information by the pervasive tool of mass media, Kashmiris are postured among the common Indians and Pakistanis as if they have very little to offer in terms of economy and Kashmir is ...Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago
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