Jammu and Kashmir

J-K government imports harvesters to remove weeds in Dal Lake


J-K government imports harvesters to remove weeds in Dal LakeSrinagar, June 22 : The Jammu and Kashmir Government recently imported two harvesters from the USA to remove weeds from the famous Dal Lake in Srinagar .

Chidambaram concludes three-day Kashmir visit


P ChidambaramSrinagar, June 22 : Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram Wednesday concluded his three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir after interacting with the Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers posted at the Line of Control (LOC).

Chidambaram reviews overall situation in Kashmir


Chidambaram reviews overall situation in KashmirSrinagar, June 21 : Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Tuesday expressed satisfaction after reviewing the security situation and developmental scenario in Jammu and Kashmir.

Chidambaram chairs security meeting in Srinagar


P ChidambaramSrinagar, June 21 : Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram Tuesday chaired a meeting of the unified command, the main security grid in Jammu and Kashmir. In a departure, separatist leaders have not called for a protest shutdown during the home minister's visit.

Chidambaram chairs security meeting in Srinagar


P ChidambaramSrinagar, June 21 : Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram chaired a high-level security meeting in Srinagar Tuesday. He is to spend the night at the Pahalgam hill station in south Kashmir.

No chopper this time, Chidambaram takes busy road in normal Srinagar


P ChidambaramSrinagar, June 21 : In a departure from earlier visits, union Home Minister P. Chidambaram Tuesday travelled by road through a busy market in Srinagar to reach the venue of his meeting of the unified headquarters.

`Those who threw stones yesterday in Kashmir are willing to pick up guns today’


 `Those who threw stones yesterday in Kashmir are willing to pick up guns today’ Srinagar, June 20 (ANI): The slogan `Khoon ka badla June mey' (the murders of 2010 shall be avenged in the summer of 2011) had instilled fear in the hearts of all those who wished well for Kashmir.

Kashmir militancy down by 50 pc: Police


Kashmir militancy down by 50 pc: PoliceSrinagar, June 19 - There has been a 50 percent decline in separatist violence in Jammu and Kashmir this year, but crime levels in the state have increased, state Director General of Police (DGP) Kuldeep Khoda here said.



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