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Vacate Hari Niwas, convert it into hospital: BJP

Srinagar: Bharatiya Janta Party on Tuesday demanded that Hari Niwas, situated at foot hills of Zabarwan mountain range, on city outskirts should be converted into a hospital. In a statement here Kashmir's BJP spokesman Khalid Jehangir said, ... Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago

First 3D street painting event held in Kashmir

For the promotion of art and tourism in the Kashmir valley, authorities began the first 3D street painting event at Zabarwan Park which is located at the banks of the world famous Dal Lake. The unique art initiative is being promoted in Kashmir by ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago
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Pune race track work

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Gate practice noted on the sand: 1000m: 2/y/o Continental (Trevor), Ramesses (app) and 2/y/o Warpath (Akshay) 1-11.5, 800/54.5, 600/40.5. They moved freely. A 3/y/o bay filly (Royal ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Degradation of Valley wetlands Aggravated Floods

Dr. Nater Singh The ecosystems of wetlands of Kashmir valley are under tremendous anthropomorphic pressure since more than four decades. The loss of wet lands of Kashmir valley aggravated the present situation of flood fury. The damage caused to ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

Dewatering of Army's Badami Bagh cantonment almost done

03:26 pm Srinagar: The dewatering of Army's Badami Bagh cantonment here, which was marooned on September 7 as river Jhelum breached its banks at Shivpora, has nearly been completed, officials said. Several dewatering pumps including two heavy duty ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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J-K floods: Cornered Omar Abdullah govt talks relief

A woman looks on from her house as people wade through waters in a flooded locality on the outskirts of Srinagar. Facing criticism from both locals and opposition parties for not having any exigency plan to rehabilitate lakhs of flood-hit people, ...
 India Today1 month ago

J&K govt functioning from Hari Niwas

SRINAGAR, Sep 19: After failing to reach Civil Secretariat building which is still submerged the top government officials have formally started operating from Hari Niwas Guest House on Friday situated at the Zabarwan hills. Sources told authorities ...
 Kashmir Times1 month ago Secretariat still under water; Jammu & Kashmir government to operate from old office  Economic Times1 month ago

Srinagar Revisited

This August I was in Srinagar after twenty-five years. I took a deep breath as I emerged from the airport. Like an eager kid, I wanted to have as much of the freshness and crispness in the air as I could. It was a most welcome change from Gurgaon's ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 month ago

No roof over Srinagar's houseboat owners

Around 20 to 25 per cent houseboats in the Dal Lake have faced partial or major damage. Thirty-five-year-old Muhammad Altaf Handroo said he can never forget the night of September 7. He was in his houseboat and people's cries and shrieks had filled ...
 India Today1 month ago

In flood-hit J&K, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah runs emergency government from an old palace

SRINAGAR: By his own admission, there was no government in Jammu and Kashmir for 36 hours starting September 8 morning. A week gone by, tracing Omar Abdullah's government is still not so easy. The chief minister now commands his government from an ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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