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Kashmiris make voluntary efforts for flood victims’ relief

SRINAGAR: With the state government absent from the scene and the efforts of the Indian army questioned by public, providing relief to the flood victims in the Kashmir Valley has become job of the civilians working voluntarily. In indirectly or less affected areas here, the educational institutions, Madrassas, commercial complexes, government buildings, and even many Masjids have become the relie...

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Kashmir

Telecom services inch close to normalisation in Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar: BSNL has restored 85 percent of its network, taking telecom services in the flood-hit Kashmir Valley and Jammu region closer to normalisation. Private operators Vodafone and Aircel said they have also resumed c...

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Srinagar

Civil Secretariat to restart from Sept 18 in Srinagar

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir’s Civil Secretariat will start functioning from September 18 in Srinagar, the summer capital city. The state Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, decid...

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Jammu

Woman washed away in nallah in Doda

Jammu: A woman was washed away in strong water currents after falling in a nallah, while three others were rescued by the army in Doda district of flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir. Seema Devi, her two minor daughters Monika T...

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Business

Soon few branches will resume functioning in Kashmir: SBI

Chandigarh: State Bank of India is expecting restoration of banking services soon at 10-15 branches in flood-ravaged Kashmir even as majority of it’s offices and cash dispensing machines were still submerged in wat...

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Sports

JKCA appoints Jacob Martin to coach junior cricketers

RAFIQ A WANI SRINAGAR: With the Indian domestic just a month away from getting started, Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association’s hunt to find the right men to coach the various age-group state teams has intensified. Whi...

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