News Topic:Ramnagri

Thieves steal over 450 apple boxes in Shopian village

Thieves stole apple boxes from the premises of a person in a village of southern Kashmir valley’s Shopian district.

Four brothers evicted from land allegedly owned by Kashmiri Pandit in Shopian

Government evicted Gujjar families from ‘migrant property’ allegedly belonging to a Kashmir Pandit in Ramnagri area of Pulwama district.

Youth detained for wearing Army-style clothing in Shopian

An Army patrolling party detained a youth wearing Army-style clothing in southern Kashmir’s Shopian district.

Family appeals for return as youth goes missing in Shopian

A 20-year-old youth from southern Kashmir's Shopian district is missing since June 11, 2020 when he left his home but did not return.

COVID-19: Two villages declared red zones in Shopian

SHOPIAN — In wake of the fresh positive cases for coronavirus, the administration here on Monday declared two villages in Shopian district of south...

Pre-dawn gunshots create panic in Shopian villages

SHOPIAN — Panic gripped Amshipora belt of Shopian during pre-dawn hours of Friday after locals heard gunshots.Reports reaching here said that a contingent of...

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Kashmiri student mysteriously found dead in Kolkata college hostel

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Miracle in 24 Hours: Over Rs 80 lakh crowdfunded for Pulwama’s leukemia patient

In less than 24 hours, over Rs 80 lakh was crowdfunded for a leukemia patient from Pulwama.

Government’s Drastic Move: 93 paramedical staff disengaged in J-K

J&K Government has disengaged 93 paramedical staff who had been engaged on an academic arrangement basis at Government College Srinagar.

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