Jammu and Kashmir

Air services to Kargil set to take off


Air services to Kargil set to take off3Jammu, July 25 : The civil aviation ministry has approved a proposal for operating flights between Srinagar and Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir -- a move that will help the residents of the mountain-locked town connect to rest of the world, an official said Monda

Alleged Kashmir rape: Identification parade of army men postponed


Alleged Kashmir rape: Identification parade of army men postponedSrinagar, July 24 - The parade of army personnel to identify the alleged accused who raped and abducted a woman in south Kashmir was postponed Sunday, even as Marxist leader Brinda Karat demanded suspension of a policeman for rel

Kashmir panel meets migrants, activists


Jammu, July 23 :The three-member Kashmir Committee, headed by Rajya Sabha member Ram Jethmalani, met a cross-section of people and sought their views on the Kashmir issue on the second day of their visit here Saturday.

Hospital, schools to be set up for Kashmiri migrants


Jammu, July 23 : A 40-bed hospital and several schools will be set up for Kashmiri migrants in the newly-constructed Jagti township here in Jammu and Kashmir, a minister said Saturday.

Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Raman Bhalla made the announcement Friday after visiting the township that has 4,120 flats and is equipped with modern facilities.

Identification parade for army men in alleged Kashmir rape


Srinagar, July 23: A special investigation team (SIT) of police formed to probe the alleged abduction and rape of a woman in south Kashmir is likely to conduct an identification parade of army personnel Saturday, sources told IANS.

The SIT, headed by a deputy superintendent of police (Dy. SP), would carry out the identification parade of the army personnel in the presence of a magistrate.

Shutdown over alleged rape affects life in Kashmir


Srinagar, July 23: Normal life across Kashmir Valley was affected Saturday following a shutdown called by separatists against the alleged abduction and rape of a woman by army personnel in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district.

520,000 pilgrims already - Amarnath set for a record


520,000 pilgrims already - Amarnath set for a recordJammu, July 22 : Just three weeks into the annual Amarnath yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, the number of pilgrims visiting the cave shrine is heading for a record after crossing the half-a-million mark Friday.

Kashmiri woman alleges rape by army men


Kashmiri woman alleges rape by army menSrinagar, July 22 : Police in Jammu and Kashmir have registered a complaint of abduction and rape based on allegations by a woman against two army personnel.



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