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With the government pumping in huge money into restarting projects which had been hanging fire for decades, the Kashmiri sportspersons...

National Conference leader and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah's assertion that J&K is an integral part of India and that Kashmir has no future outside the Indian union has caused much dismay among the separatist camp.

The 58-km Ring Road for Jammu, being constructed at a cost of Rs 2,024 crore, delayed due to the onset of coronavirus, will reduce traffic jams and bring development to the region.

Jammu and Kashmir's new LG Manoj Sinha has ditched the official helicopter and instead meets locals by driving around the territory. No amount of security threat deters Sinha in his attempt at local interaction.

Educational institutions, banks, government and private offices and almost all businesses opened and ran smoothly in March but the coronavirus pandemic forced closure of entire activity once again

GI tag would take its price anywhere between Rs 80,000 to Rs one lakh a quintal and get the farmers unimaginable revenues

Deprived for long, the Valley youth gets ready to make most of the opportunities and infrastructure as Jammu and Kashmir witnesses completion of new stadiums and sporting facilities, one year after the abrogation of Article 370

The construction of the broad-gauge railway line till Srinagar will not only connect it to the rest of the country but also change the lives of Kashmiris forever

Panchayat level and other developmental projects were undertaken by the Jammu and Kashmir government to especially strengthen grassroots level democracy and participatory development, says Principal Secretary

Hundreds of Kashmiris are today celebrating Bangus Awaam Mela to commemorate the first anniversary of the scrapping of the controversial Article

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