One person was killed and nearly sixty persons including 32 students were injured and hundreds of buildings damaged in the state when an earthquake of moderate intensity shook parts of North India
SRINAGAR: As the winter sets in, Hokrsar 14 kilometres north of Srinagar the capital city of Kashmir is home to migratory birds; visitors from Siberia and other regions of Central Asia, a thrilling
Night soil of over 60 thousand latrines is disposed into open drains without any sewage treatment in Jammu and Kashmir, according to figures released by state's Directorate of Census Operation.
After bagging the best State awards in the sectors of health, horticulture and forest protection in succession, the Jammu and Kashmir bagged the `Best state award for poverty reduction’, which was
The Committee on Estimates which met under the Chairmanship of MLA Handwara, Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan to take stock of the measures being taken for the protection and conservation of the world fam
There will be no metalled or motorable road constructed on the route to the annual Amarnath Yatra, the Supreme Court has ruled on an issue that has stoked a lot of controversy recently.
Keeping in view the seismic vulnerability of Kashmir, the High Court has asked the government to establish an “effective disaster management committee”.
The work on the project to draw gas from Gujarat to Srinagar and Jammu will be completed by July 2014.
The District Magistrate today imposed ban on the extraction of minor minerals from the rivers for a period of two months in an order issued here.
SRINAGAR, Nov 28: The High Court has directed the state government to file a compliance report about its directions on implementation of Food Safety and Standards Act in the state.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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