November 2019 News
The Kashmir issue, against the backdrop of the Indian government's revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status
After remaining suspended for two days due to poor visibility and heavy snowfall air traffic resumes from Srinagar
As many as 1.08 million metric tonnes of fresh apples have been transported out of Kashmir valley till date this season
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said the abrogation of Article 370 ended the discrimination of 70 years
The way the opposition and a section of media have run down the visit of MEPs to Kashmir shows how we can be our own enemies
Even as the early snowfall threw life out of gear, it brought cheer to a handful of tourists on a visit to Kashmir
The Indian government’s decision to revoke the semiautonomous status of Kashmir, accompanied by a huge security clampdown, is dangerous and wrong
If the intention was to remedy a constitutional error, the people most affected should have been consulted first.
The J&K admin report says that around 2,30,418 persons used internet facilities across 10 districts of Kashmir since August 5
Rs 49 billion was allocated for Health Sector of J&K in November 2015 under Prime Minister's Development Package
The aim of the conference was to provide an opportunity to all the stakeholders involved in the process of protection of child rights
J&K has innumerable historic sites which need to be preserved and their importance propagated among the people: K.K. Sharma
Dulloo said that the ambulances would prove a game-changer in the delivery of public health care services to the patients
Despite being apprehensive and skeptical, moods of artisans and traders are upbeat in the 39th edition of the India International Trade Fair
Kashmir IGP said that police have taken note of the incidents of threatening shopkeepers and action is being taken against those involved
The Jammu and Kashmir administration accepted the request of four leaders allowing them to visit home for a few hours on November 23
The stretch from TRC to Polo View witnessed a huge rush of shoppers which triggered traffic congestion
Jammu and Kashmir will celebrate Constitution Day for the first time after losing its separate Constitution and flag on August 5
UK panel highlighted that Pakistan's Jihad strategy dates back to 1947 when it tried to "forcibly annex Kashmir"
Pak radio channels are not only provoking people against the Indian Army but also spreading #AllahHelpKashmir campaign on Twitter
The administration detained several political leaders of J&K as a precautionary measure after the Centre announced abrogation Article 370 on August 5
The informal bond asks subscribers to promise to share all the contents and infrastructure of the Internet as and when required by the security agencies
The discussions would be centred around ways to have "sustainable and balanced industrial growth with focus on employment generation".
The programme is aimed at reaching out the people at rural level, providing governance at the doorsteps of the rural populace and enlisting community participation
J&K govt told Supreme Court that the danger of weaponisation of social media’s hydra-like nature by local and cross-border elements.
The Jammu and Kashmir Day based on theme ‘Ease of Doing Business’ was celebrated at the India International Trade Fair
The first martial arts tournament at the Indoor Stadium after J&K was made UT, began in Srinagar with aim to connect youth with mainstream
Pakistan minority protested against Pak’s involvement in Mumbai attack 2008, outside the country’s embassy in Washington
Unidentified terrorists killed a sarpanch and a local administration official in South Kashmir’s Anantnag at a panchayat house
Train services in the Srinagar-Banihal section of Kashmir Valley has been resumed fully, more than three months after it was suspended.
Article 370 was the biggest impediment to the development of Jammu and Kashmir, as it limited Centre's powers to implement special provisions and welfare schemes in J&K.
Home Minister Amit Shah claimed that incidents of stone-pelting at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have reduced by 40-45 per cent compared to last year since abrogation of provisions under Article 370
Indian ministers said after the nullification of Article 370 on August 5, the administration managed the situation effectively and India had defeated Pakistan’s attempts to create an alarmist image of the region
The administration of Jammu & Kashmir has taken all round measures to keep the law and order and also the public utility systems normal in the region.
While tabling grants in both Houses of Parliament, the Finance Minister said the total spend and cash outgo will be to the tune of Rs 19,000 crore (190 billion).
The number of recruitment of locals into terrorist ranks this year has been far less as compared to 2017 and last year respectively.
The Government has issued a schedule of hearing of Public Grievances by the Advisors to Lieutenant Governor
Jammu and Kashmir’s L-G Girish Chandra Murmu has announced a slew of measures to empower village councils in the Union Territory
LG Girish Chandra Murmu has set 2021-end as the deadline to provide 100 per cent piped water supply to households in Jammu and Kashmir
The authorities start a Crèche for kids of Secretariat employees within the premises of Civil Secretariat.
Jammu and Kashmir government has set a September 2024 deadline to start operations on the metro project for twin cities of Jammu and Srinagar
"Real Kashmir FC has had a fairy tale journey so far. Set up in 2016 to harness the energy of Kashmiri youth, the team has only gone from strength to strength"
Despite India providing evidence about their involvement in terror activities in India, Pakistan continues to support these terror groups
This is the first time in Indian history, a parliamentary oversight body on home affairs will scrutinise the government’s August 5 decision on J&K and Ladakh
After observing shutdown for 100 days, life has started limping back to normalcy in the militancy-hit Kashmir Valley with buses and cabs returning to the roads
Defence Ministry will start procuring around 550 robotics surveillance units with a minimum of 25 years of service life for counter-insurgency operations in J&K
J&K Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu says that Assembly elections would be held soon and that the process for the same would be initiated shortly
J&K government has decided to hire non-locals skilled and non-skilled and provide them campsite accommodation and security in the militancy-hit Union Territory
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar describes decision to link talks to cessation of terrorism among basic changes to entrenched views in the country’s foreign policy
Retired IPS officer Farooq Khan and the retired IAS officer K.K. Sharma have been appointed as advisors to Jammu and Kshmir Lt. Governor Girish Chandra Murmu
No facade of sobriety or statesmanship can conceal the ugly face of a dictator immersed in hatching nasty designs
Columnist Sunanda Vashisht says Pakistani terrorists had caused an "ISIS level" of brutality in Kashmir, 30 years before the West came to know of Islamic terror
Over 4,400 J&K students have taken admissions in reputed institutions across the country under the Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme in the year 2019
Normal life in the Valley is coming back to the tracks speedily. Markets in the Valley have extended their business hours and public transport is getting back on the roads
Home Ministry conveys to a Parliamentary Panel that in view of normalcy returning fast in Jammu and Kashmir, detained political leaders will be released soon
Some 17 youths from the South Kashmir region of Jammu and Kashmir will perform at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) campus for two days — November 19 and 20.
The Pakistan factor and its “Islamic Bomb” throws a curveball few strategists in the West understand, writes Tarek Fatah, a Pakistani-Canadian writer, journalist and liberal activist who founded the Pakistan Canadian Congress
India's Foreign Minister Jaishankar said govt. would welcome those wishing to visit Kashmir without prejudice, in an interview with a Dutch daily eveninger
The Government of India was convinced that Article 370 was not good for people in Kashmir and it stood in the way of development: Foreign Minister Jaishankar
I prefer preventive detentions and no violence than being complacent with accidents as a result. Sometimes measures must be taken for public order: Jaishankar
We do not expect other countries to comment on matters that are internal to India, just as India refrains from commenting on internal issues of other countries
It has been almost 73 years of India’s partition but it seems like Pakistan, which was carved out of India
Around 950 cases of ceasefire violation by Pakistan were reported along the Line of Control in the last three months -- August to October
The government has adopted a robust counter-infiltration strategy to check the infiltration bids by the terrorists along the Line of Control [LoC] and International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu informed on November 18 that the J&K investor summit would be held soon for the development of the region.
The authorities in Jammu and Kashmir have begun to restore Internet service in the Valley through broadband on fixed phone lines
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu, has asked the Union Territory’s general administration department (GDA) to advise all departments to update all government websites with latest information and content by Friday
Indian Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday told Parliament that there was no curfew anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir and the normalcy has been restored in the Valley