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J&K: Govt. constitutes panels to implement Forest Rights Act

Srinagar: The General Administration Department today constituted three committees – Union Territory Level, District Level and Sub-Divisional Level Committee – for the implementation of Forest Rights Act 2006 in J&K.

Stanford University enlists Kashmiri among top scientists

Srinagar: Bringing laurels to Kashmir, a young scientist, Dr Ahsanulhaq Qurashi has been enlisted in the top two percent scientists of 2020 by Standford University.

Jammu and Kashmir: ‘Bird Walk’ organized by WUCMA at Wular Lake

Srinagar: On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr Salim Ali known as the ‘Birdman of India’, a ‘Bird Walk’ programme was today organized by the Wular Conservation and Management Authority (WUCMA) at Watlab Sopore.

Jammu and Kashmir: Young scientist Dr. Sameena takes giant leap from Tangmarg to California   

Srinagar: Dr. Sameena Wani, daughterof Gulzar Ahmad Wani, who hailsfrom a small village Wussan BangilTajpora in Tangmarg, Kashmir hasmade the J&K proud by herachievements.

Jammu and Kashmir: SKUAST introduces 'Hail Net System' to protect high-density apples

Srinagar: In a bid to protect high-density apples in Jammu and Kashmir, scientists of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) have introduced the 'Hail Net System'.

4.3 magnitude earthquake hits J&K, no casualty

Srinagar/UNI: A mild quake occurred in the Jammu and Kashmir in the wee hours of Friday, a Metrological department spokesman said here.

Kashmir eco-lovers campaign to focus on need to preserve springs

Srinagar: Campaigning on the need to focus on preserving springs, a group of environment lovers recently participated in an awareness campaign in  Seven Springs region of Kashmir.

Kashmir: Dozens of far-flung, remote areas cutoff due to snowfall

Srinagar/UNI:  Dozens of far-flung and remote villages, including those near the Line of Control (LoC), were again cut off in north Kashmir on Saturday due to fresh light to heavy snowfall.

Upper reaches receive snowfall, rain lashes plains in Kashmir

Srinagar, Nov 3 (UNI) The upper reaches, including Zojila on Srinagar-Leh national highway, received light snowfall while incessant intermittent rain lashed plains in the summer capital, Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir valley, resulting in chilly weather conditions.

4.2 magnitude earthquake hits Kashmir, no casualty

Srinagar, Aug 13 (IBNS): An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter Scale hit Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday, officials said.

Jammu and Kashmir: Cloudburst leave over 100 sheep, goats dead in Tral

Srinagar, Jul 27 (UNI) More than 100 sheep and goats were killed due to cloudburst in the upper heights of Tral in Pulwama district of south Kashmir, official sources said on Saturday.

Jammu and Kashmir: Man injured in Ganderbal bear attack

Srinagar, May 19 (UNI) A man was critically injured in a bear attack in central Kashmir district of Ganderbal on Sunday.

Multiple tremors in different parts of India

New Delhi, Sept 12 (IBNS) : Mild to low intensity of earthquakes shook different parts of north eastern, eastern and northern India on Wednesday morning, triggering panic among the people, reports said.

Earthquake jolts parts of Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, Jan 31 (IBNS): An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 struck Kashmir on Wednesday afternoon, however, no loss of life was reported.

Flood situation improves in Kashmir as rain stops

Srinagar, Apr 7 (IBNS) : After rainfall stopped on Thursday night water level in the Jhelum and it's tributaries started receding on Friday allaying the fears of floods across the valley.