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Only a week after sowing paddy, the area faced severe water scarcity. Due to a lack of irrigation facilities, most of the paddy saplings have wilted.
Srinagar: Saima Gulzar, a 9th standard student, tried her hand at cooking to kill boredom during the lockdown.
India reported nearly 41 per cent spike in new Covid-19 cases in a span of 24 hours.
India head coach Rahul Dravid has hinted that speedster Umran Malik may not make it to the playing XI, at least in the first T20I against South Africa on
Srinagar, June 08; Lt Guv Manoj Sinha on Wednesday launched several schemes of J&K Bank for the welfare of govt employees.
It was informed that a total of 178 online services of 23 departments are being taken up for integration with the Rapid Assessment System (RAS) which provides
SRINAGAR, JUNE 8: With dedication of 108 Jan Aushadhi Kendras to people of Jammu and Kashmir by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, the UT now has 228 Kendras
SAMBA, JUNE 08: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today visited Samba and met the family members of Rajni Bala, a teacher who was killed by terrorists in Kulgam.
SRINAGAR, JUNE 08: In a bid to streamline the career progression of employees engaged under the Prime Minister’s Development Package, the Administrative
Srinagar: A comparatively smaller number of pilgrims have turned up at the Kheer Bhawani temple at Tulmulla in Ganderbal district on the eve of the annual
Panchkula: Mohammed Iqbal faced an unusual challenge when he tried to draw youngsters to the fascinating sport of thang-ta in Jammu & Kashmir.
After taking help from the Child Guidance and Wellness Centre (CGWC) at IMHANS, Kashmir, he was diagnosed with dyslexia.
Srinagar: To sensitize journalists about various Central Government schemes meant for the welfare of common citizens, the Press Information Bureau (PIB)
SRINAGAR, JUNE 7: The government of Jammu and Kashmir is providing an enabling environment for investors to start their business ventures in the Union
SRINAGAR, JUNE 06: IAS Officers Wives Association (IASOWA) Sunday celebrated the World Environment Day in collaboration with the Forest Department here at
Srinagar: Prompt action by the police saved the life of a man who threatened to commit suicide on social media in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar city.