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Ram Nath Kovind is India's 14th President

Press Trust of India

New Delhi, Jul 20:Ram Nath Kovind, the ruling NDA coalition’s candidate, was elected as India's 14th President on Wednesday with an overwhelming majority of votes from the country's lawmakers.Kovind defeated the joint opposition candidate Meira Kumar, a former Lok Sabha speaker, garnering 65.65 percent of the votes in the Electoral College, the Returning Officer for the poll announced today.Expressing happiness over the "extensive" support Kovind got from the electoral college, Prime Minist Read

Modi, Mehbooba congratulate Kovind

New Delhi/Srinagar, Jul 20:Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated Ram Nath Kovind on being elected as ...Read

Six killed in Doda cloudburst

Mohd Majid Malik

Bhaderwah/Thatri:Six persons were killed and 11 injured after flash floods triggered by a cloudburst w...Read

Minor girl crushed to death by Army vehicle

Shafat Mir

Shopian, July 20: A 12-year-old girl was mowed down by an Army vehicle in south Kashmir's Shopian distr...Read

Ready for talks with China to end stand-off: Indi...

New Delhi, Jul 20:India said today it is ready for talks with China with both sides first pulling back ...Read

Withdrawal of Indian troops precondition for talk...

K J M Varma

Beijing, Jul 20: China Wednesday said that diplomatic channels with India remained "unimpeded" to disc...Read

Shabir Salaria passes away

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 20:A lone survivor from a 36-member family of the Jammu Massacre, Choudhary Shabir Ahmad...Read

PCI should restore its credibility in JK: KEG

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar: Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG) has suggested a visiting sub-committee of the Press Counc...Read

Misleading depiction of Jihad aimed to misguide y...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar: Stating that misleading depiction of Jihad is aimed to misguide innocent youth and ma...Read


SHRC asks Govt to pay minimum wages to persons employe

SHRC asks Govt to pay minimum wages to persons em...

'Riyaz Bhat'

'Srinagar:'State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) Thursday said Government’s treatment to Contingent Paid Workers (CPWs) is “worst type of human rights violation.”State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) also directed government to pay minimum wages to all th... Read

CUK, Bandipore College hold Youth S...

Rising Kashmir News

Bandipore:Department of Students Welfare (DSW), Central Universit...Read

Azad expresses regret over cloudbur...

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Srinagar: Senior Congress leader and Leader of Opposition in Rajy...Read

Forces sans any accountability, con...

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Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) spokesman while condemning the ...Read


Transporters, traders threaten self-immolation if Govt

Transporters, traders threaten self-immolation if...

'Riyaz Bhat'

' Srinagar: 'Following a two-day strike call ‘Chakka Jam’, transporters of General Bus Stand (GBS) Batamaloo Thursday threatened that they will burn themselves as well as their buses if government does not withdraw the orders of shifting Batamaloo Bus Stand to ... Read

Javaid condemns civilian killings

Rising Kashmir

Srinagar: Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (H) Javaid ...Read

Naeem tours Sonawar constituency, d...

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Srinagar: Minister for Public Works Naeem Akhtar Thursday held a ...Read

Asiea reviews ULB functioning, dire...

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Srinagar: Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, So...Read



CS stresses on timely submission of UCs

CS stresses on timely submission of UCs


'Srinagar: 'Chief Secretary, B B Vyas Thursday underlined the importance of submitting utilization certificates (UCs) on time to pave way for speedy and effective implementation of various Centrally Sponsored Schemes. Chairing the meeting of the Committee of Secretaries (... Read

PCI team interacts with media-perso...

Anantnag:The three-member team of Press Council of India (PCI) l...Read

Govt focused on ensuring grassroots...

Anantnag: Reaffirming his commitment for overall Development at g...Read

DFCO suspends 23 licenses in Budgam

Budgam: In order to curb the Psychotropic/Habit forming drugs, ...Read


We don

We don't support violence on pretext of cow vigil...


'Jammu, July 20:'Rashtriya Swavayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Thursday said they don’t support violence on the pretext of cow protection and sought action against those taking “law in their own hands”. “We don’t support any form of violence. We are also wo... Read

People living along LoC, IB bearing...

Jammu: National Conference on Thursday said that the people li...Read

Sushma Swaraj’s forged letter case:...

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Jammu:Sub Judge Katra, Sandeep Gandotra, on Thursday granted ...Read

AJKPC demands arrest of Agarwal for...

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Jammu: Condemning the Rajya Sabha member Naresh Agarwal’...Read


See reason

See reason


''For the last two weeks confrontation between India and Pakistan on borders has taken an ugly turn. It has claimed nearly 20 lives on both sides and scores are injured. Saddest part is that some children have fallen victim to this addiction of hitting the trigg... Read

GST and inflation

The implementation of Goods and Service Tax regime in t...Read

Work Ethics

Though the state has never been known for sound work cu...Read

Road terror

In J&K mourning seems to have become perennial as t...Read


Shivraj Ji: NSA cannot silence farmers

Shivraj Ji: NSA cannot silence farmers

'Santosh Bhartiya'

''Santosh Bhartiya Is it really so that a big conspiracy has been hatched or in the process of being hatched against farmers? This question comes to the fore because an important administrative order has been issued by the Madhya Prad... Read

India’s got more problems to addres...

Kamal Morarka

Kamal Morarka The events reported in news are not very ...Read

Killings militants will not kill po...

Akmal Hanan

Akmal Hanan There has been no le...Read

Social codes under stress

D Suba Chandran

Suba Chandran The attack on Amar...Read


Now learn baking fondant cakes in Srinagar

Now learn baking fondant cakes in Srinagar


'' Young girls were proudly rolling out their beautiful creations of fondant cakes on Thursday to score maximum and earn certification from Institute of Hotel Management Srinagar. Around 24 students had enrolled for the two week course of ‘Fondant and Icin... Read

Drabu for incentivizing JK's skille...

SRINAGAR, JULY 19: Minister for Finance, Dr Haseeb Drabu Wednesday said th...Read

800 runners from across India parti...

Srinagar, July 19: Over 800 athletes from different states of India partic...Read

Veeri for institutional asset creat...

BUDGAM, JULY 19: Minister for Revenue, Relief, Rehabilitation, Reconstru...Read


YSS grieved over employee’s death

YSS grieved over employee’s death


'Srinagar:'The employees of Directorate of Youth Services & Sports Department gathered in the meeting hall of the Directorate to condole sad demise of one of their colleague Raju Singh. The Directorate employees In the presence of Deputy Director Central Haji Mirza H... Read

Sports activities will harness posi...

SRINAGAR, JULY 18: Minister for Youth Services and Sports, Information Tec...Read

Girls Rugby League reaches final st...

Srinagar, 18: After a scintillating set of quarter finals on 16 July,...Read

Uniforms, sports kits distributed a...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar:With an aim to reach out to the sports aspirants, Mir L...Read


Unswachh puddles on holy Amarnath Yatra

Unswachh puddles on holy Amarnath Yatra

'Nirupama Subramanian'

''Indian Express The Swachch Bharat Mission is everywhere – at least in terms of advertisements in newspapers, television and cinemas, hoardings, leaflets, stickers and so on. Many have spoken on how all the money sunk into the campaign has changed little ... Read

Ongoing Balochistan conflict

Naveed Qazi Balochistan has been notoriously ni...Read

Principles of gaining weight

Dr Qayum Hamid Changal My last article was about the neces...Read

Modi has squandered goodwill he won...

Mani Shankar Aiyar

NDTV Anil Kumar Jha, fiery Madhesi leader from the Nepa...Read




'Dear Editor'

''Different scholarship schemes were launched by governments, the central government in particular in the last many years. Although students have received some help but the schemes could never be implemented properly. First of the all as soon as some such scheme... Read

AFSPA and killings

Dear Editor,

This is in response to the news titled “Dubbed as...Read


Dear Editor, With regards, we the shortlisted candidate...Read

TV anchors

 Dear Editor,

This is regarding the TV jokers called anchors entertai...Read

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