Over 45,000 Tourists Visit Kashmir Tulip Garden

Over 45,000 Tourists Visit Kashmir Tulip Garden

More than 45,000 tourists have visited the Asia’s largest Tulip Garden here since it was thrown open to public 10 days ago. “The response so far has been very good as over 45,000 tourists have visited the garden since it...
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NO End In Sight To Pestering Power Crisis

NO End In Sight To Pestering Power Crisis

Civil Society Petitions SERC Over Unscheduled Cuts; PDD To Penalize Non-Metered Areas  With the Kashmir valley witnessing unprecedented power crisis around this time of the year, the civil society members here have knocked the doors of State Electricity Regul...
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In Haryana, Kashmiri students asked to evacuate college

In Haryana, Kashmiri students asked to evacuate college

PM’S SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME Srinagar, Apr 5: An engineering college in Haryana has asked students of Kashmir, enrolled under Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme in August last year, to evacuate the institution or pay hefty fee. Students said the administration...
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Spurious Antibiotic Supplied To Kashmir Hospitals

Spurious Antibiotic Supplied To Kashmir Hospitals

Jammu-Based Distributor, Purchase Committee In Dock  In a shocking revelation, a substandard antibiotic has been distributed among patients from the counters of government-run hospitals in Kashmir. Out of the 2 lakh tablets of Maximizin-625 supplied by a Jamm...
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Seven school children killed in Kashmir bus accident

Seven school children killed in Kashmir bus accident

Seven students were killed and 10 others injured when a school bus skidded off a mountain road and fell into a 300-feet gorge in Anantnag district of south Kashmir on Thursday, official sources said. “Seven students have died in the...
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Moderate earthquake hits Kashmir, no damage to property

Moderate earthquake hits Kashmir, no damage to property

A moderate intensity earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter Scale hit the Kashmir Valley on Thursday afternoon, officials said. The tremor, which lasted for around 10 seconds, was recorded at 12:02pm, an official of the Meteorological Department said. There w...
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Kashmir Breaks Guinness Record As World’s Largest Militarized Zone

Kashmir Breaks Guinness Record As World’s Largest Militarized Zone

The Guinness book of records says Kashmir is the world’s largest militarized zone on the planet. Guinness says up to 1 million troops stare at each other across the Line of Control which separates Indian administered and Pakistani administered parts...
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Don’t Politicise Incidents Involving Kashmiris: Omar Abdullah

Don’t Politicise Incidents Involving Kashmiris: Omar Abdullah

Lashing out at those giving political colour to every incident involving Kashmiris, chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said it creates a negative impact on the mindset of the people. “There are people here who want to give political colour...
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Kashmir Named Among World Top Destinations

Kashmir Named Among World Top Destinations

A leading luxury travel magazine published by London-based Condé Nast Publications Ltd has included Kashmir among the top 10 destinations to watch in 2013. The magazine’s January 2013 online edition listed Kashmir among the top 10 destinations for 2013, alo...
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Cable TV Goes Blank

Cable TV Goes Blank

Cable TV goes blank Cable TV in the Valley would go off air from Monday as deadline set by the Union Ministry of Information to replace cable TV set up with digital set top boxes ended today.  Most subscribers whom...
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