Jammu And Kashmir

  • Ujjain: 13 VHP, Bajrang Dal activists arrested for attacking Vikram University V-C 30 minutes ago

    Ujjain: Thirteen Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal activists were arrested on Wednesday in connection to the commotion caused by a group of allegedly right wing activists at the University of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. Vice Chancellor of Vikram University Jawahar Kaul suffered a minor attack and had to...
  • Phone connectivity restored in most parts of J&K, problems persist in Srinagar: BSNL 2 hours 43 minutes ago

    Phone connectivity has been restored in most parts of Jammu and Kashmir. But problems persist in Srinagar. "The main town of Srinagar is still having problems because main switching machines are under water. Otherwise the situation is normal in the whole valley," said BSNL CMD AN Rai. ...
  • Aftermath of J&K floods: Residents struggle to get back to normalcy 3 hours 52 minutes ago

    Bemina: Relief operations continue across the flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir. After the massive floods, people in the valley are slowly trying to cope with their lives in trying conditions. Some of the major challenges that the rescue teams and the residents are facing are heavy waterlogging, sewage spilling on to...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories 14 hours 49 minutes ago

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  • J&K floods: Air India sends 21 lifeboats from New York to Srinagar free of cost 14 hours 50 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Air India has transported 21 lifeboats from New York to Srinagar free of cost to aid the ongoing rescue and relief operations in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir. The 21 inflatable boats in a 100 kg consignment were given by "a good samaritan" and flown in the direct New York-Delhi...
  • India @ 9 with Bhupendra Chaubey 15 hours 19 minutes ago

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  • J&K floods: IAF chopper proves saviour for 5-year-old girl 15 hours 58 minutes ago

    Jammu: For five-year-old Saira Bilal who sustained critical head injury when her family was shifting from their flooded house to safety in Anantnag town of South Kashmir last week, an Indian Air Force (IAF) chopper came as a "true saviour". "It was a helicopter (of IAF) that became a true saviour...
  • News 360: BJP gets bypoll shock before assembly polls in Maharashtra, Haryana 16 hours 27 minutes ago

    The 33 Assembly and 3 Lok Sabha seats bypoll results have surely come as a big shocker for the ruling BJP at the Centre. After a resounding victory in the Lok Sabha elections in May, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP has tasted its first major defeat. The biggest...
  • Snapshot: IAF Chief oversees rescue, relief operations in flood-hit J&K 17 hours 43 minutes ago

    The Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) and Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha visited the flood affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday and carried out aerial recce of both north and south Kashmir. ...
  • J&K floods: In this Pulwama village, epidemic fears loom large as authorities look away 17 hours 59 minutes ago

    The Jammu-Srinagar Highway has finally reopened after the devastating floods. Authorities continue to distribute relief material. The big priority is food, drinking water and essential medical supplies, but sanitation and hygiene remains a big problem. Mufti Islah sends us a ground report from a village in Pulwama. ...
  • J&K floods: What do victims need? 18 hours 17 minutes ago

    Over two lakh people have been rescued in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir but the big challenge ahead was to supply food and relief to the people. The locals continue to battle with uncertainity without the basics and have accused the government of ignoring their plight. ...
  • Kashmir: Bemina, the place where floods stuck first 18 hours 32 minutes ago

    Bemina was the first place where the floods hit and there was complete destruction. The water has receded to an extent now but people continue to live in extremely unhygienic conditions. ...
  • In flood-hit Srinagar, it's raining burglars and thieves 19 hours 25 minutes ago

    Srinagar: Leaving his family behind at a relief camp, Gulzar Ahmed swims every night to reach his house in inundated Gogji Bagh area and sleeps there to ensure that his belongings are safe. As the ravaging flood of Kashmir has emptied the city of its dwellers, the burglars in Srinagar...
  • J&K government releases additional Rs 100 crore each to Kashmir, Jammu 19 hours 18 minutes ago

    Jammu: The Omar Abdullah government on Tuesday placed Rs 100 crore each at the disposal of the Divisional Commissioners of Kashmir and Jammu for temporary restoration of infrastructure. According to an official spokesman, the fresh grant is in addition to the already released Rs 100 crore each for Jammu and Kashmir...
  • Ujjain: University V-C attacked for appeal to help Kashmir flood victims 19 hours 55 minutes ago

    Ujjain: A group of alleged right wing activists went on the rampage at a university in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh over an aid appeal for victims of devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir, the vice chancellor said on Tuesday. The mob of young men stormed the Vikram University campus on Monday,...
  • Srinagar resident's premonition about floods came true hours later 20 hours 23 minutes ago

    Srinagar: Tawheed Bazaz, 35, a resident of Srinagar, had a premonition that the flood waters which had inundated the city centre, Lal Chowk, early last Sunday, would also reach their Mandir Bagh locality. "It came true just hours later as the muddy flood waters made their first appearance in our...
  • People live in unhygenic conditions in Bemina, the first place in J&K to be hit by floods 21 hours 54 minutes ago

    CNN-IBN travelled to Bemina in Srinagar which was the first place to be hit by the floods. The water has receded to an extent, but people are living in extremely unhygienic conditions. ...
  • Two weeks after floods ravaged J&K, locals still await food, relief Yesterday

    Srinagar: Over two lakh people have been rescued in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir but the big challenge ahead was to supply food and relief to the people. The locals continue to battle with uncertainity without the basics and have accused the government of ignoring their plight. Indian Air Force...
  • Train services get back on track slowly in flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir Yesterday

    Train services have started in the flood-hit state of Jammu & Kashmir after almost nine days. The train services have resumed from Srinagar to Baramullah. And the line from Srinagar to Banihaal will resuem in 10 to 20 days. ...
  • J&K floods: Delhi BJP, IMA to send 200 doctors, 400 paramedics Yesterday

    New Delhi: Delhi BJP in collaboration with Indian Medical Association will soon send 200 doctors and 400 paramedical staff to flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir. "With the joint efforts of BJP Delhi Pradesh Doctor Cell and the Indian Medical Association, around 200 doctors and 400 paramedical staff will be sent...
  • Bullet News: Catch the day's top stories Yesterday

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  • India @ 9 with Bhupendra Chaubey Yesterday

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  • Centre asks J&K government for daily report on flood relief Yesterday

    New Delhi: The National Crisis Management Committee under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth on Monday reviewed the situation in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and asked the state government to provide daily report on relief and rehabilitation assistance. The Centre asked the state government to provide...
  • News 360: SC asks government to step up relief operation in flood-hit J&K Yesterday

    The Supreme Court has expressed concerns on the rescue and relief operations in the flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir. The court has said that the state government must provide basic necessities to flood victims. ...
  • Vodafone ensuring connectivity for customers in flood-hit J&K Yesterday

    Chandigarh: Telecom major Vodafone on Monday said that it is ensuring connectivity for its customers by restoring its network and providing connectivity to other subscribers through the intra-circle roaming (ICR) arrangement in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir. The important towns where telecom services have been restored are Srinagar, Ganderbal, Anantang, Pahalgam, Ashmuqam,...
  • Snapshot: Indian Air Force at work in flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir Yesterday

    As weather conditions remain favourable in the flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir, Indian Air Force personnel work day-night to rescue affected people and provide them relief. ...
  • J&K floods: Army refutes charges of discrimination, calls it 'malicious and insidious' Yesterday

    Udhampur: Refuting charges as "malicious and insidious" that preference was being given to tourists and out of state residents in their rescue efforts, Army on Monday said it is committed to the task at hand and does not discriminate on the basis of caste, religion, creed or region. "Northern Command categorically...
  • J&K floods: Locals battle uncertainty, accuse government of ignoring their plight Yesterday

    As the Army carries out rescue and relief work in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, there are areas where relief is yet to reach. The locals are battling uncertainty without the basics and they have accused the government of ignoring their plight. CNN-IBN was the first to report from the worst-hit...
  • J&K floods: Ludhiana's hosiery industry fears heavy losses Yesterday

    Chandigarh: Ludhiana's famous hosiery industry fears heavy financial losses because of floods in Kashmir as it is not hopeful of receiving payments for the supply of woollen items to the flood-ravaged valley, now seeking support from the Centre to bail it out. "Ludhiana's hosiery industry is not hopeful of getting...
  • Ladakh MP says Chinese army creating permanent structures in Indian territory, urges Modi to act Yesterday

    New Delhi: With just two days to go for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India, the BJP MP from Ladakh, Thupstan Chewang has said that the Chinese army is threatening people living along the Indo-China border, and is encroaching into the Indian territory, "building permanent structures" on the Indian...