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Judicial inquiry ordered into Kishtwar violence

Jammu and Kashmir government Monday decided to order a judicial inquiry into the communal clashes in Kishtwar district that left two persons dead and 20 others injured.

Curfew off, clashes injure 26

Curfew was on Sunday lifted after two days in the Kashmir Valley where over 26 persons, including security personnel, were injured in fresh clashes during a strike called by separatists to protest aga

Avalanche, landslides keep J-K highway closed for third day


Kashmir Valley remained cut off from the rest of the country for the third day on Wednesday due to heavy snowfall, fresh landslides and an avalanche hitting the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. Due to

Snowfall shuts Srinagar-Jammu highway, passengers stranded


The vital Srinagar-Jammu National Highway was on Monday closed for traffic after heavy snowfall along the arterial route, leaving 250 passengers and 300 vehicles stranded.

A traffic department o

Amarnath yatra begins

Amid religious fervour and slogans hailing Lord Shiva, the annual Amarnath pilgrimage was flagged off from Jammu on Tuesday morning.

Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Minister Nawang Rigzin Jora gave the gre

Omar, separatists take own meaning

Welcoming US President Barack Obama’s comments on Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said that time had come for Pakistan and separatists in the state to “look inwards”

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