J&K, where the strife-devastated economy is on a sound revival trajectory, has low rural bank penetration (29.68%) and a prolonged credit starvation, but it means good profits as well.
Small efforts and slight innovations sometimes trigger big changes. J&K, where the strife-hit economy is on a revival trajectory, has low rural bank penetration (29.68%) and has suffered prolonged credit starvation, but it means good profits as well.
Knowing fully well that the quick yielding projects (QYP), suggested by Dr C Rangarajan panel, could trigger a sudden turnaround, J&K policy makers have started demanding its immediate implementation.
Kashmir is only accessible by air as snowfall in upper areas has blocked the Srinagar-Jammu highway for the fourth consecutive day.
China and India on Tuesday discussed the reopening of the road that would restore Leh’s links with western Tibet.
A busy foreign minister has given a field day to Congress’ Muslim leaders in claiming credit for increasing the Haj quota.
Islamabad’s efforts to unite both factions of the Hurriyat failed again as hard-liner Syed Ali Shah Geelani decided against extending any co-operation to the moderates.
Five persons were killed and over fifty wounded when a grenade exploded outside a mosque in south Kashmir village, well before the Friday congregation began prayers.
Sepoy SC Behra of the 28 Rashtriya Rifles on Tuesday shot dead his boss, Lt Col Saket Saxena, in Harwan in Jammu and Kashmir.
Rejecting the parallel enquiries that the state government and the army have initiated into the custodial death of a young labourer in Budgam, the National Conference (NC) wants a time-bound judicial probe.
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