News Topic:Dal Lake

Teenager drowns to death in Dal Lake Srinagar

In an unfortunate incident, a teenage boy drowned to death in Dal Lake Srinagar on Sunday.

NASA satellite reveals shrinking Dal, Wular lakes

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), in a recent announcement, has drawn attention to the worrying state of Wular and Dal lakes.

J-K Govt mandates ‘life-saving jackets’ for Shikaras in water bodies

J&K Government has taken a significant step to enhance the safety measures for tourists by making the use of 'life-saving jackets' mandatory for Shikara boats.

Mass fish death shocks Dal Lake

Thousands of fish have been found dead in the world-famous Dal Lake in Srinagar, with experts saying that the mass death has taken place due to thermal stratification.

In a first, alligator gar fish found in Dal Lake

The Jammu and Kashmir Lake Conservation and Management Authority discovered a rare kind of fish for the first time, which is said to be an alligator gar fish.

The Perfect Honeymoon Destination: Exploring the Beauty and Romance of Kashmir

Kashmir is a perfect destination for a honeymoon or a romantic getaway, with its natural beauty providing a perfect backdrop for the start of a new journey.

‘Shikara Post’ service launched in Dal Lake

In a first, authorities on Sunday launched “Shikara Post” service in the world-famous Dal Lake in Srinagar on the occasion of World Post Day.

The Must-Visit Lakes in Jammu and Kashmir

With clear waters and many water activities to engage in, visiting these lakes on your Kashmir trip is the must-do thing on your bucket list.

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4000 Constable vacancies in J&K Police: DGP Dilbagh Singh

The Director General of Police (DGP) for Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbagh Singh, on Wednesday said that there is a notable shortfall of approximately 4,000 constables.

Explosion leaves eight non-locals injured in Anantnag

At least seven migrant workers sustained burn injuries and a few shops were damaged after a blast inside a vehicle in Anantnag district on Wednesday morning.

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Shia Muslims observe Ashura in Pulwama with communal support and devotion

In Gangoo area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, the Shia Muslim community observed the sacred occasion of Ashura on Saturday with heartfelt mourning.