News Topic:Children

Tragic incident claims lives of two children in Bandipora Madrasa

A heartbreaking incident unfolded in north Kashmir's Bandipora district as two young brothers lost their lives due to suffocation inside a Madrasa on Wednesday.

Our behaviour is killing innocence

Usually, we call children innocent because they are unaware of this world. They don't know the truth about people and the world.

Children’s nutritional status ‘worsens’ in J-K, reveals national survey

Children’s nutritional status in Jammu and Kashmir has worsened in the last four years, a national survey has revealed.

Crimes against children up by 39% in J-K: NCRB

Crimes against children in Jammu and Kashmir have reported a jump of 39.4 per cent in 2021, NCRB data said.

J-K Govt unveils draft policy for rehabilitation of children in street situations

Jammu & Kashmir Government has prepared the draft policy for the rehabilitation of children in street situations and put it in the public domain for feedback.

J-K Govt finalizes juvenile justice rules

The administration of Jammu & Kashmir has finalised the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Rules 2021.

Vaccination drive for children between 15-18 years starts in J-K

J-K Government on Monday started the first vaccination drive for children between the age group of 15-18 years.

Police asked to book ‘killer’ cough syrup maker: Report

The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Wednesday directed the police to register a case against the Himachal Pradesh-based pharmaceutical company.

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Liquor shop sold for Rs 5.23 crore in Qazigund

The J&K Government has achieved unprecedented success in its recent auction of liquor shops, with revenues surging to an all-time high of Rs 2280 crore in 2024.
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Ladakh admin sets up SSB for recruitment to non-gazetted posts

In a significant development aimed at enhancing efficiency and transparency in recruitment, Ladakh has established its own autonomous Service Selection Board (SSB).

Centre bans two factions of Muslim Conference in J-K

The Centre banned two factions of the Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference led by Haji Ghulam Nabi Sumji and Prof Abdul Gani Bhat over anti-national activities.

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Neglected PHC in Pulwama prompts local action, authorities respond

In Arihal village of Pulwama district, a Primary Health Centre building completed in 2016 by the J&K Housing Board stands abandoned, stirring frustration among residents.
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Pulwama marriage hall transformed after The Kashmir Pulse’s coverage

A marriage hall in Bellow village of Pulwama district has seen a transformative cleanup effort following the intervention prompted by the coverage on The Kashmir Pulse.