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Greater Kashmir

30711 dog bite incidents in Srinagar in last six years: Jammu and Kashmir govt
Greater Kashmir
Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development Asiea Naqash told the Legislative Council that 30,711 dog bite cases were registered at an anti-rabies clinic at the SMHC hospital in Srinagar from 2012-13 to 2017-18 up to September. Press Trust of ...

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Greater Kashmir

Omar mocks at Jammu and Kashmir government for Srinagar crackdown after 17 years
Greater Kashmir
Last week, Abdullah had also boycotted the assembly session saying that government has no moral responsibility to rule, if it thought that civilian killings were not an issue. GK Web Desk Srinagar, Publish Date: Jan 15 2018 1:21PM | Updated Date: Jan ...

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Mumbai Mirror

Jammu and Kashmir: Srinagar's Gulshan Books Kashmir enters Limca Book of Records
Mumbai Mirror
A popular bookstore in Srinagar has its name embossed on pages of coveted Limca Book of Records. The Gulshan Books Kashmir, one of the publishing houses, boasts of a collection of well over 80,000 books at its Nehru Park outlet in its 2018 edition. The ...

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Kargil Coldest In Jammu And Kashmir At Minus 20 Degrees, Leh At Minus 10
"At minus 20 degree Celsius as the minimum temperature, Kargil was the coldest town in Jammu and Kashmir followed by Leh at minus 10.9 degree Celsius. All India | Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: January 15, 2018 13:18 IST. 111 Shares. EMAIL. PRINT ...
Srinagar shivers at minus 4.6, dry weather to continue: MeTKashmir Reader
Kashmir to see dry, warm winter: MetThe Tribune

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Greater Kashmir

Cold wave continues in Jammu and Kashmir, Kargil freezes at minus 19
Greater Kashmir
Chilly winds blowing into the Kashmir Valley from snow-topped mountains have added to the severity of "Chillai Kalan", the 40-day long period of harsh winter that will end on January 30. IANS Jammu/Srinagar, Publish Date: Jan 16 2018 12:24PM | Updated ...
Protest march held in SrinagarKashmir Media Service
Army organises North Kashmir Taekwondo championshipScoop News

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The Indian Express

Security forces pay over Rs 12 crore annual rent to owners of private land in Jammu and Kashmir
The New Indian Express
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday disclosed that security forces pay annual rent of over Rs 12 crores for private land occupied by armed forces in the State. In a written reply to a question by PDP MLA Shopian ...
UHQ reviews security, peace in 2018, Panchayat polls, border situationDaily Excelsior

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Greater Kashmir

Video | Uproar in assembly over arrest of Kashmiri businessman Bilal Kawa by Delhi Police
Greater Kashmir
On Monday, the family of Bilal Ahmad Kawa staged a protest in Srinagar to seek intervention of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for “immediate” release of their son. Syed Rizwan Geelani Jammu, Publish Date: Jan 16 2018 10:32AM | Updated ...
Kawa family stages protest, demands CM's interventionKashmir Observer

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Srinagar, Jammu record their lowest temperatures of season as cold wave continues in state
Pahalgam recorded -8.9 and Gulmarg -9.4 degrees Celsius as their minimum temperatures while Leh recorded a minus 16.8 and Kargil minus 18.8 degrees Celsius. In the Jammu region, Jammu city recorded 4, Katra town 5, Batote 1.9, Bannihal 2.6, Bhaderwah ...
Kashmir's summer capital Srinagar shivers under season's lowest temperatureGreater Kashmir
At Minus 6 Degrees,Coldest Night In Srinagar; Dal Lake Partially FrozenNDTV
Srinagar Jammu highway open for one way trafficKashmir Life
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The Asian Age

AAC concerned over launch of CASO in Srinagar after 17 years
Kashmir Reader
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Awami Action Committee (AAC) on Monday expressed serious concern over the launch of cordon and search operations (CASO), door to door searches and “unleashing a reign of terror” by forces in downtown areas of Shehr-i-Khaas ...
After 17 years, crackdowns return to Srinagar - The Asian AgeThe Asian Age

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