Kashmir

Kashmiri young boy selected for International Federation Cha...

City Reporter

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar:City Reporter:Mujtaba Hyder, a young boy from  Srinagar wins Bronze Medal U/70 Kg category in 6th National Tong Ill Moo Do Championship which was held in Delhi at MCD Indoor Hall Moti Nagar from 14th to 16th June. He is in class 10th studying in Kashmir Harvard School. Sixteen states had participated in the competition. It was organized by Delhi Tong Ill Moo Do Association. Mujtaba Hyder hails from Zadibal Srinagar is being trained in Srinagar’s Young Unified martial art club from the...

We always welcome home coming of Kashmiri Pandits: Syed Ali ...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar:Commenting on the debate over the return of Kashmiri Pandiths, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (G) Led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani said that we always welcome their home coming and encourage every move which helps their return. Let them come back, live as they previously used to, along with their Muslim brothers. In a Statement to Wilayat Times, Hurriyat(G) said that we wholeheartedly and sincerely want them to come back, but will oppose any move to settle them in separate colonies as it negates...

Amid Shutdown and Restrictions Kashmir remembered martyrs of...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar:A complete shutdown was on Saturday observed to remember the martyrs of July 13, 1931 while as the authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar areas to foil the march called by pro-freedom leaders. The shutdown call for today was given by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) in remembrance of 22 Kashmiris martyrs who were killed by the troops of Maharaja Hari Singh in 1931 after the people rose against the autocratic ruler. Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was...

Cleanliness drive launched in Budgam to aware people and for...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: To inculcate the values of cleanliness among the masses in general one of its first kind of cleanliness drive and anti-drug campaign organized by the youths in Budgam of central Kashmir as part to protect environment and natural resources of Kashmir. Under the banner of “PGM Trust, Youths voluntarily joined hands in cleaning the circulating area of main Budgam and to restore the spring at old bus stand Budgam which had almost turned defunct due to accumulated garbage and silt in it. Pledged their...

Head priest of Dargah Hazratbal Ghulam Hassan Banday is no m...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: Head priest of Dargah Hazratbal shrine Srinagar Kashmir, Ghulam Hassan Banday is no more. Son of late Nizam-ud-din Banday, Ghulam Hassan was one of the custodians of the holy relic of Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) at Dargah Hazratbal shrine. Eldest among his siblings, Banday displayed holy relic on many important occasions at the Hazratbal shrine. He was also part of the group involved in the recitation of Khatmatul-Mauzamaat, Awraad-e-Sharief on various important occasions that include Eid-e-Milad-un...

Conference “bridging the gap” between Islamic se...

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( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: A round table conference under the title of “Bridging the Gap” held to forge Unity and Proximity among different Schools of thoughts in Islam by Ehsas International at Rajbagh Srinagar Kashmir. Irshad Hussain Srinagar: A round table conference under the title of “Bridging the Gap” held to forge Unity and Proximity among different Schools of thoughts in Islam by Ehsas International at Rajbagh Srinagar Kashmir. As per the reporter of Wilayat Times,...

For better governance and strong accountability J&K Ban...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: The Board of Directors of J&K Bank  took some important and significant decisions towards improving governance and bringing more transparency in the functioning of the Bank. While meeting for the first time under the Chairmanship of its interim Chairman & Managing Director Rajesh Kumar Chhibber the Board took major decisions in this direction which inter alia includes implementation of J&K RTI Act, 2009 and CVC guidelines from 17th June, 2019. Besides other directors on Board...

Kashmir situation being demonized by Media in Delhi to damag...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said that media in Delhi is demonizing the situation to damage tourist industry and stabilization of peace and security in Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing a press conference here, Governor, as per  correspondent said: “In my district (Muzafarnagar), five people are killed on the day when Panchayat polls are held in that state. Tourists are daily looted on the Meerut highway. There is no news about these incidents, but a killing in Kashmir is...

With communal harmony Muslims, Pandits come together at fest...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar:Driven apart by three decades of conflict, Jammu and Kashmir’s two separated communities, Muslims and Pandits, on June 11 witnessed a rare union on the annual festival of Zyeshth Ashtami at the Kheer Bhawani temple in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal, as hundreds of Pandits from across the country converged to pay obeisance. Keeping the age-old tradition alive, local Muslim shopkeepers were seen selling earthenware lamps, marigold flowers and other puja paraphernalia at the temple located...

Safina Baigh calls on Governor, demands development of Sangr...

( Jammu and Kashmir )

Srinagar: Prominent Women Politician and State president for women’s wing of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Safina Baigh called on Governor Satya Pal Malik and apprised him about the issues pertaining to Sangrama assembly constituency. She urged the Governor to establish a Degree College in Sangrama, besides urging dredging of Nallah Ningli, play ground for youth, filtration plant to end the water scarcity, bridge for Kalantra and Mugam, redressal of issues in Chandoosa SDH and skill development...