The black clouds of coronavirus are prevailing over Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, and with two positive cases of COVID-19, the alarm bells have started ringing for the government.

Are we safe?

At a time when the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared the COVID-19 as pandemic and so many countries across the world are on a high alert to save the lives of their citizens from this deadly disease, the administration here in J&K seems less concerned for the welfare of the people. Though there are fewer COVID-19 positive cases across J&K, the figures could be inaccurate as there is no proper check for the people who might be infected with the coronavirus.

Observe complete civil curfew till April 01: KCC&I to people

Srinagar, March 23: Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCC&I) Monday appealed people to observe complete civil curfew till April 1, 2020, to stop spreading of Corona (Covid 19) virus in J&K.

NH44: Road to Death

NH44: Road to Death

NH 44: The Anti-national Highway

The only link connecting Kashmir to the rest of the world gets blocked with a light snowfall and shooting stones along the road. Ajaz Rashid writes a detailed report on how...

Forbidden Fruit

Doom in Kashmir, bloom in Middle East Kashmiri apple growers faced extreme hardships in selling their produce this year and the government’s Market Intervention Scheme almost...

‘Valley suffered Rs 1,50,00,00,00,000 loss’

Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) President, Sheikh Ashiq puts the losses to Kashmir businesses after the repeal of Article 370 at Rs 14,000 crore to Rs 15,000 crore

Govt revokes detention of former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah

Srinagar, March 13: Government of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday revoked the detention of former chief minister and Lok Sabha MP Dr Farooq Abdullah after seven months.

Men in Blue Jam tomorrow, jam yesterday but never jam today

Regulating traffic is becoming chaotic and the under-staffed Traffic department and its few traffic policemen are doing a commendable job

Home Work for Class Work

The political developments in Kashmir always come at a cost and the abrogation of Article 370 was no different with education bearing the worst brunt. Ajaz Rashid pens down a comprehensive report on how the education of children and young suffered and the alternate means Kashmiris developed to overcome the crisis.

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