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Health officials fine those without masks in Srinagar

SRINAGAR, JUN 23 (UNI) Health officials fining those without mask in Srinagar on Wednesday.

Dr Farooq Abdullah, other Kashmiri leaders meet in Srinagar

SRINAGAR, JUNE 22 (UNI) People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration chairman Dr Farooq Abdullah alongwith Mehbooba Mufti, Yousuf Trgami and other leaders after the meeting in Srinagar on Tuesday .

Kashmir: Freshly harvested cherries being sorted for export

Freshly harvested cherries being sorted and packed into boxes for export from an orchard in Ganderbal district of Central Kashmir. Cherry farmers have started harvesting the fruits in Kashmir.

In Images: India in News, June 11, 2021

PATNA, JUNE 11 (UNI):- Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar inspecting to pedestrian subway from smart city hub of Patna, Friday.

Kashmir: Search operation in Budgam

SRINAGAR, JUNE 10 (UNI) SDRF personnel on Thursday joins search operation to retrieve body of a 14-year-old who fell into a water body in central Kashmir district of Budgam on Wednesday afternoon.

Face mask distribution in Kashmir

SRINAGAR, JUNE 10 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir police officer distributing face masks in Anantnag district of south Kashmir on Thursday.

A view of historic Jamia Masjid in Srinagar being closed amid Covid-19 curbs

SRINAGAR, MAY 28 (UNI) Main gate of historic Jamia Masjid in down town Srinagar closed and Friday congregational prayers were not allowed by the authorities amid COVID-19 curfew restrictions to control the surge in positive cases in Kashmir.

Labourers manually de-weed Dal Lake

SRINAGAR, MAY 25 (UNI) Laborers mannually de-weeding the famous Dal Lake in Srinagar to keep it clean and glorify amid COVID-19 lockdown in Kashmir valley on Tuesday.

Glimpes of Kashmir’s first crop 'strawberry' production

SRINAGAR, MAY 24 (UNI) Kashmir’s first crop “strawberry” yielded a bumper production this year has put growers of this perishable fruit in jeopardy how to send it in the markets for sale due to COVID-19 curfew imposed by the administration to curtail the spread of the infection in the Union Territory.

Two held in J&K's Kupwara with six hand grenades

SRINAGAR, MAY 20 (UNI):- Jammu and Kashmir police arrested two persons alongwith six hand grenades during a raid in frontier Kashmir district of Kupwara on Thursday.

Eid shopping amid Covid-19 in Kashmir

SRINAGAR, MAY 10 (UNI) Shoppers with groceries passing near by a security personnel as authorities allowed selected shops to function in view of Eid-Ul-Fitr amid strict lockdown in place in Kashmir valley to combat the spread of COVID-19 positive cases on Monday.

Lal Chowk in Srinagar wears deserted look amid lockdown

SRINAGAR, MAY 5 (UNI):- A deserted view of Lal Chowk amid strict lockdown being enforced in Srinagar to combat the surge in COVID-19 pandemic positive cases in Kashmir valley on Wednesday.

Jammu and Kashmir: Boat man fishing in Dal Lake

SRINAGAR, MAY 1 (UNI) A boat man fishing in the famous Dal Lake amid 84 hours long lockdown imposed in Srinagar on Thursday continued on Saturday as COVID-19 positive cases and deaths still continue to surge in Kashmir valley .

Kashmir lockdown: Roads wore deserted look

SRINAGAR, MAY 1 (UNI) Roads wore a deserted look in Srinagar as 84 hour long lockdown imposed on Thursday continued on Saturday as COVID-19 positive cases and deaths still continue to surge in Kashmir valley .

India in Images: April 26, 2021

CHAIBASA, APR 26 (UNI):- Jharkhand Police and RPF jawans inspecting the damaged railway track by landmines blast (Howrah-Mumbai main line) during 24-hours Bharat-Bandh called by naxals in between Lotapahar and Sonuwa railway station near Chaibasa under West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand on Monday.