Haj flights from the state will resume from Saturday and around 3,750 people are expected to fly to Saudi Arabia for the pilgrimage, Jammu and Kashmir's Minister for Hajj and Auqaf Peerzada Mohammad Sayed said today. "The flight for 3,575 Hajjis ... Business Standard India, 2 hours ago
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Press Trust of India Jammu, 16 September In the wake of the recent floods, the Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered all 659 new administrative units across the state to be made functional as soon as possible, without waiting for any formal ...The Statesman, 22 hours ago J&K orders new administrative units to be made functional Business Standard India, 1 day ago Jammu and Kashmir orders new administrative units to be made functional Economic Times, 1 day ago
Srinagar/Jammu/New Delhi: It will be a long, long haul for the people of Kashmir to resume their normal life but a semblance of normalcy is beginning to emerge with waters receding in various places and being pumped out from several other colonies. ...Times of Oman, 1 day ago Kashmir floods: Steps to be taken to ensure victims do not suffer further in winter DNA India, 3 days ago Will ensure flood victims dont suffer in winter: J Press Trust of India, 3 days ago Will ensure flood victims do not suffer further in winter: J Press Trust of India, 3 days ago
Jammu and Kashmir has suffered massive damage to its public infrastructure due to the worst floods it has faced in more than a century and officials say that the state may need at least Rs 6,000 crore to rebuild the same. Over one lakh people remained ...Deccan Herald, 2 days ago A week on from flood, 150,000 still stranded in Indian Kashmir Yahoo! Canada, 3 days ago J-K floods: Infrastructure damage in state could touch Rs 6000 crore Hindustan Times, 3 days ago Kashmir floods in 50 pics: Over 1.40 lakh people rescued, 1.50 lakh still marooned Hindustan Times, 3 days ago
Fayaz Bukhari Army personnel during their rescue operations in Srinagar on Sunday. (UNI) SRINAGAR, Sept 14: The Director Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Dr Showkat Ahmad Zargar, today warned that there will be outbreak of ...Daily Excelsior.com, 2 days ago
Srinagar: Fresh rain in Kashmir disrupted rescue operations on Sunday, a week after deadly floods struck the region and then left hundreds of thousands marooned. The floods and landslides have now claimed at least 200 lives and rescuers are ...Times of Oman, 3 days ago Devastating floods in Jammu & Kashmir: Rescue operations hit due to rain in valley Times of India, 3 days ago
SRINAGAR, INDIA Residents of Indian Kashmir turned their wrath on state administrators, accusing them of failing to provide them with help after the worst flooding in over a century, and angrily dumped food parcels into gutters. A week into the ...Japan Times, 3 days ago Anger mounts after worst flood in over century Reuters India, 3 days ago UPDATE 1-Anger mounts in Indian Kashmir after worst flood in over century Reuters, 4 days ago Anger Mounts in Indian Kashmir After Floods New Delhi News.Net, 3 days ago
Excelsior Correspondent SRINAGAR, Sept 4: Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, at Civil Secretariat here this afternoon, deferred the routine agenda keeping in view the massive damages caused by the flash ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 week ago
A couple of evenings back, it was a sight to see the Capital's Stiletto Set eating out of banana leaves in a fivestar hotel; Those with manicured nails used cutlery; those without, including some of the city's most influential people, from image ...India Today, 2 weeks ago
Jammu: Radio Sharda is the brainchild of an enterprising Ramesh Hangloo, in his desire to preserve the spirit of Kashmiriyat among Kashmiri Pandits. "The important thing is to sustain the sense of belonging for those who were once a part of ...IBNLive India News, 3 weeks ago
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