Omar Abdullah drove his cabinet 184 kms to Karnah on the LoC to discuss the developmental requirements of the backward border belt.
An area that is visibly unable to cash the ‘peace dividend’ is the banking sector which is exhibiting a new fall in their advances across J&K.
ISCI announced its plans of making a formal presentation to the World Trade Organization (WTO) summit in Geneva for opening corporate governance and compliances.
Of the six companies that bid for setting up the two projects of 9-MW each, a Chandigarh based firm ha actually bagged the contract.
It is working to have a day long convention in Srinagar on May 19 in which around 350 delegates will authorize Mrs Sonia Gandhi to appoint the new state president.
There are sixty buyers from across 20 countries currently negotiating deals with handicraft exporters in Srinagar, thanks to the fourth Kashmir Expo.
Army has announced a probe into the officers-jawans scuffle incident. The soldiers are being assured that the officers they have identified will be strictly dealt with.
Tension gripped an Army regiment in Nyoma, after a group of officers and jawans clashed following an incident of alleged molestation.
Peacenik Prof Abdul Gani Bhat said the UN resolutions on Kashmir are impractical in the given situation.
As durbar resumes functioning in Srinagar for the six-month stint, Kashmir is cool and normal.
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