Weather likely to change in the evening

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir is likely to get a breather from the current spell of hot and humid conditions as local weather office Monday forecast rain in the state from Tuesday. "We are expecting light to moderate rainfall accompanied with thundershowers on Tuesday and Wednesday, which can extend up to Thursday morning with heavy downpour likely in Jammu region," MeT sources said. According to the forecast, the da ... ...Read

Shiv Sena concerned over growing population of Muslims

Rising Kashmir Desk

Srinagar Shiv Sena has expressed concern over growing population of Muslims in India saying that “it could affect the national ... Read

Modi, Sharif to meet on sidelines of SCO Summit

Rising Kashmir News

New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif will meet on the sidelines of the SCO Summit i ... Read

Heavy exchange of firing along LoC, IB, BSF man killed

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged heavy firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Nowgam and International Border ... Read

2851 complaints pending with JKSIC

Faisul Yaseen

Srinagar, July 05: A total of 2851 appeals and complaints are pending with Jammu and Kashmir State Information Commission (JKSIC), a study ... Read

Shabir Shah was all set to become CM in 1996: Dulat

Junaid Kathju

Srinagar, July 05: Former RAW chief A S Dulat has claimed that senior separatist leader and Democratic Freedom Party chief Shabir Shah was ... Read

Salahuddin still wants to come back: Ex-RAW chief

Press Trust of India

New Delhi, Jul 5: Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin wants to return to India even today, says former chief of Research and Analysis ... Read

Musharraf never asked us to participate in elections: Hurriyat (M)

Rising Kashmir News’

Srinagar, July 5: Hurriyat Conference (M) Sunday rejected the former RAW chief A S Dulat’s claim that former Pakistani president Pervez Mu ... Read

My book is based on facts: Dulat

Rising Kashmir News’

Srinagar, July 5: Former RAW chief, A S Dulat Sunday said whatever he has written in his book “Kashmir The Vajpayee Years” is as close to ... Read

Govt to destroy contaminated energy drinks


Srinagar, July 5: Government has decided to destroy contaminated energy drinks sold in markets across Jammu and Kashmir despite the ban im ... Read

Govt to privatise PSUs, seeks their balance sheets

Ishfaq Naseem

Srinagar, July 5: The government has started the process of privatising the loss making Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) with the Finance ... Read

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