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Srinagar: Giving a major push towards transforming Srinagar into more vibrant and modern City, Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today inaugurated and laid foundation stones for scores of public utilities and developmental projects worth Rs 26.6 crore being carried out under prestigious Srinagar Smart City Project. To upgrade the fire services apparatus of the Srinagar city, the Lt Governor inaugurated the strengthening of Fire safety and Emergency Response System costing Rs 6.5 crore including two new…

Two-wheeler, Shikaras damaged Srinagar:: A two-wheeler and some Shikaras were damaged after a portion of road at ‘World Famous Tourist Destination’ Dal Lake caved in on Wednesday afternoon. The pavement as part of the boulevard road at Dalgate area caved in all of a sudden, however, no injuries have been reported. Officials said that no loss of life or injury was reported during the incident. Locals said that a Scooty, which was parked on the…

Srinagar: With very few educational institutions set up in Kargil district of Ladakh, Narendra Modi led government has once again ignored Kargil and proposed to establish a Central University of Ladakh in Leh district thus pushing the people of Kargil to the wall of despair. Ladakh which comprises two districts Leh and Kargil, is now being recognised as a separate Union territory after the abrogation of article 370. It was a long pending demand of…

‘Gupkar Gang rejected by 18 lakh voters, former CMs fail to bring fruit to seven parties, PaK will be retrieved’ Srinagar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday said that those who served the last three generations in Jammu and Kashmir have been rejected and people don’t even want to see their faces anymore. The party also stated that Pakistan-administered Kashmir (PaK) land will be retrieved soon adding that it was time to forget the violence…

As winter power cuts have once again arrived to pester Kashmiris, Moori is living with no light after sunset. Despite ‘100% electrification’ claims, this is the plight of a village in northern Kashmir, where 300 persons have been left completely in dark to grapple with kerosene fumes and failing health. Despite living some thirty-odd summers of his life, Farooq Khan could never notice poetic sunsets in his postcard, yet perpetually dark, hometown called Moori —…