Ayesha Aziz from Kashmir becomes India’s youngest female pilot
Ayesha Aziz, a 25-year-old from Kashmir is the youngest female pilot in India. In 2011, she became youngest student pilot to get a license.
Biden signs order to end Trump’s Muslim travel ban
In a blow to his predecessor Donald Trump's actions to limit immigration, US President Joe Biden has ended the 'Muslim travel ban'.
Driving Licences, Vehicle Registrations validity extended till March 2021
The Central government on Sunday extended the validity of vehicular documents like Driving Licenses up to March 31, 2021.
Turkey’s Erdogan raises Kashmir issue at UN General Assembly
NEW DELHI — In yet another attempt to raise the matter of Jammu and Kashmir at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Turkish President...
Social activist Swami Agnivesh passes away
NEW DELHI — Social activist and former Haryana MLA Swami Agnivesh passed away at the age of 80 on Friday at the Institute of Liver...
Chinese PLA troops fired in air, our troops exercised restraint: Indian Army
NEW DELHI — Chinese soldiers fired in the air while attempting to close in on Indian positions across the Line of Actual Control (LAC)...
In a first, female IPS officer to head Srinagar sector for CRPF
NEW DELHI — For the first time, a female IPS officer Charu Sinha has been appointed as Inspector General (IG) of Central Reserve Police...
PLA violates ‘previous consensus’ in Eastern Ladakh: Army
SRINAGAR — Army on Monday said that PLA troops violated previous consensus in Eastern Ladakh.In a statement, Army said that on the night of...
Massive crackdown on ‘militancy funding’ as 124 properties attached in J-K
The State Investigation Agency (SIA) and the Executive Wing of J&K Police has widened the legal framework against 'militancy funding' by attaching 124 properties.
Advisor Bhatnagar addresses 19th Management Development Program at SKIMS
Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar on Wednesday addressed the three-day 19th Management Development Program (MDP) at SKIMS here.
Renowned Islamic scholar summoned by NIA in alleged militancy funding case
Proficient and well-known Islamic scholar Maulana Rehmatullah Mir Qasmi, who runs Darul Uloom Raheemiyyah Bandipora, appeared before National Investigation Agency.
Tragic End: Srinagar woman takes her life after failing in PSC exam
A woman from central Kashmir's Srinagar district allegedly committed suicide after failing to clear Public Service Commission (PSC) exam.
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The Weather Chronicles: Kashmir’s perplexing fashion conundrum
Discover the hilarious saga of Kashmir's never-ending rainy summer and the fashion turmoil it brings.
India and 13 other countries violate pledge to uphold free internet, SurfShark study reveals
Surfshark's study reveals how India and 13 other countries violated their pledge to uphold free internet despite supporting a UN resolution on human rights online.