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Union Cabinet approves extension of PMAY-Urban till December 2024

Union Cabinet has approved the continuation of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Urban (PMAY-U) Housing for All Mission up to December 31, 2024.

Union Cabinet okays bill to repeal three contentious farm laws

The Union Cabinet approved government's proposal to repeal the three farm laws, days after PM Modi made the announcement to repeal the laws.

J&K UT in Rajya Sabha: Centre amends Representation of People’s Act-1950

SRINAGAR — The Government of India has cleared amendments in the Representation of People's Act-1950 to define Electoral College for four seats reserved for...

President approves ordinance on death penalty to child rapists

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday approved an ordinance to provide death penalty to those convicted of raping a child below the...

Union Cabinet clears ordinance awarding death penalty for child rape

Srinagar: Amid outrage over the Kathua incident and other rape incidents in various parts of India, the central government today approved the Criminal Law...

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Man charred to death in Qamarwari

A man was charred to death in a fire incident in Qamarwari area of the summer capital Srinagar on Tuesday morning.
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VIP quota abolished in Haj Policy-2023

Haj Committee of India (HCoI) on Monday said that this year there will be 25 Haj embankment points while Haj application forms will be made available after three days.

J-K produces over 51,000 tonnes plastic waste per annum

Jammu and Kashmir is generating over 51,000 tonnes of plastic waste with Kashmir producing 31,000 and Jammu over 20,000 tonnes in a year.

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Waterlogging after snowfall adds to woes of commuters in Parigam village

Immediately after the snowfall, the residents of Rajab Colony in Parigam village of Pulwama district have been suffering due to waterlogging on a key road.

Kashmiris defied all hurdles to join Bharat Jodo Yatra: Mani Shankar Aiyar

Senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar hit out at the J&K UT administration, saying the authorities tried to prevent the people from joining the Bharat Jodo Yatra.