News Topic:New Delhi
Authorities on Wednesday foiled the protest led by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) President Mehbooba Mufti against the ongoing anti-encroachment drive.
A self-styled ‘guide’ has duped at least 10 Kashmiri pilgrims, after taking money from them to show sacred shrines and places in Iran, Iraq and other countries.
Election Commission of India (ECI) has invited all political parties across the country to participate in a meeting in New Delhi, officials said on Friday.
At least 17 leaders, who had resigned from the Congress and had joined former chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad-led party, on Friday rejoined the party in New Delhi.
Cyber Police Kashmir Zone in its recent action against fraudsters have arrested two Nigerian fraudsters from New Delhi involved in duping a man from Baramulla.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has convened a high-level security meet in New Delhi to deliberate on the spate of target killings in Kashmir.
In a significant move, the Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed two bills amending key laws relating to Jammu & Kashmir.
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Former CM Omar Abdullah said no one in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir was happy with the decision to abrogate the special status of the erstwhile State.
The famed Nadur production in Kashmir is witnessing a decline, with growers attributing it to water pollution stemming from drains flowing into water bodies.