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Amway to set up manufacturing unit in J&K in next three years


Upbeat over 26 per cent growth in revenues from Jammu and Kashmir in 2011, FMCG company Amway India on Thursday said it will set up a manufacturing unit at a cost of Rs 400-500 crore in the state i

Kargil to have University Campus, work to begin in May 2012

Set to provide higher education to the mountain-locked Kargil district of Ladakh region, a Kashmir University Campus will be set up in the district and work on the project will begin in May 2012.


Time not far away when J&K will send its team to IPL: Chib

The Jammu and Kashmir government is in favour of merging the Kashmir Premier League and the Jammu Premier League so that a Twenty20 team from the state could be fielded in the highly popular Indian Pr

‘Not possible to maintain fixed schedule’

In the wake of protests from Hindu organisations over curtailment of the annual Amarnath yatra to 39 days this year, the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board on Sunday said the decrease in the duration was due

Jammu has 35 unauthorised colonies

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday said that there are 35 unauthorised colonies in Jammu district of the state.

Replying to a question by BJP member Ashok Khajuria in the Legislative Assembl

State must be informed about NCTC, says Omar

Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said the state government will not accept “suo motu” operation by National Counter Terrorism Centre in the state “without asking or informing us”.

Hizb militants escape from police custody

Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants, under arrest for allegedly making an assassination bid on Congress MP Lal Singh in 2004, have escaped from police custody, officials said.

Police said the Dullah Gujj

Amid controversy, Army chief prays at Vaishno Devi

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While the whole country talked about his stunning disclosures and latest confrontation with the government, Army chief Gen. V.K. Singh paid a quiet visit to the Vaishno Devi shrine in Jammu and Kashmi

Karat revives 3rd front idea

Citing the Samajwadi Party’s electoral victory in Uttar Pradesh, the CPI(M) on Saturday revived the idea of a Third Front, pitching for a unity of Left and democratic forces to give the people another alternative to the Congress and the BJP.

No need for Anna to go on fast: Farooq Abdullah


Union Minister Farooq Abdullah on Sunday said there was no need for Anna Hazare to go on fast to press for the passage of the Lokpal Bill as the legislation was likely to be passed in the ongoing sess

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