News Topic:Kishtwar

Kishtwar Saffron receives coveted Geographical Indication Tag

Kishtwar saffron, which is cultivated and harvested in the higher reaches, has been given the Geographical Indication tag by Geographical Indications Registry.

Fatal road mishap claims a life in Kishtwar

One person died while another was injured in a road mishap in Kishtwar district on Thursday morning.

Three visually impaired brothers die as house collapses in Kishtwar

In a tragic incident, three visually impaired brothers were killed in the mountainous Kishtwar district last night when their house collapsed.

Tragic accident claims six lives at Pakal Dul hydroelectric project site

Six persons died and three were injured in an accident at a dam of Pakal Dul hydroelectric project in the mountainous Kishtwar district on Wednesday.

Snow leopard documented for the first time through ‘camera trap’ in Kishtwar

Snow leopards in J&K, for the first time through a "camera trap" sighting, the elusive animal has been officially documented in Kishtwar, an official said.

Injured in Kishtwar helicopter crash, aviation technician succumbs

An Aviation technician, among the three members on board a helicopter witnessing a crash in Kishtwar on Thursday, succumbed to his injuries, official sources said.

Army chopper crashes in Kishtwar

An Indian Army chopper crashed in Kishtwar district on Thursday morning, officials said.

NIA Court Jammu issues non-bailable warrant against 13 militants

National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday issued a non-bailable warrant against 13 Kishtwar-based militants operating from across the border.

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Fear grips Doda after back-to-back gunfights leave 7 injured

Fear has gripped Jammu's Doda district after two back-to-back gunfights within a span of just 24 hours in Bhaderwah and Gandoh areas were reported.
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Two militants, trooper killed in Kathua gunfight

Two militants and a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed during an encounter in the Kootah area of Kathua district.

SKIMS faces reagent shortage, halts stool occult blood tests

The Department of Pathology at SKIMS, Soura has informed that they are currently facing a shortage of the reagent required for the "stool for occult blood" test.

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Kashmiris speak out as Valley witnesses first major polls after Article 370 abrogation

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Kashmir political leaders accuse authorities of arresting their workers

J&K political leaders, including Sajjad Gani Lone and Altaf Bukhari, have raised concerns over the arrest and harassment of workers ahead of the polls.