Kashmir Beauty

Two elderly civilians martyred in ‘unprovoked’ Indian shelling along LoC

At least two senior citizens were martyred when Indian troops targeted civil population with mortars and Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs) in Hot Spring Sector along the Line of Control (LoC) on Sunda
PUBLISHED 19 August 2019

Pakistan planes didn't cross LoC in Feb 27 dogfight, says IAF chief Dhanoa

“Pakistan did not enter our airspace, we hit the terror camps and it failed to target our army bases.”
PUBLISHED 24 June 2019

Road to famous shrine, tourist destination in Bandipora in a shambles:IOK

The road leading to the famous shrine located at Ahamsharief village and tourist destination at Athwatoo village in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district is in a dilapidated condition, residents complain
PUBLISHED 25 May 2019

Pledge to protect AJK’s pristine environment

The state-run Azad Jammu & Kashmir Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and renowned NGO Islamic Relief Pakistan (IRP) Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work jointly to safeguard
PUBLISHED 23 May 2019

Solid Measures Afoot For Promotion Of Tourism In GB: Minister Gilgit-Baltistan

Minister for Tourism Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Fida Khan Thursday said the government was taking concrete steps to promote tourism in the province.
PUBLISHED 18 April 2019

Tulip Garden Sanasar opens for tourists

Jammu: Tulip Garden at Sanasar was on Tuesday thrown open for public.
PUBLISHED 17 April 2019

IOK: Mughal gardens thrown open for public

Srinagar: The Department of Floriculture today opened Mughal Gardens of Kashmir valley to the public.
PUBLISHED 13 April 2019

US travel blogger Drew Binsky becomes first foreigner to visit Azad Kashmir with

Widely recognised American travel blogger and YouTube star, famous for his expedition of travelling to all countries across the globe, became the first tourist ever to travel to Azad Kashmir Pakistan
PUBLISHED 04 April 2019

Spring in Kashmir 2019

Spring in J&K, is when nature is in her best dispositions, with almonds, fruits, apples, peaches, pears, pansies, narcissi, daises and so on shooting out of their buds.
PUBLISHED 31 March 2019

Pakistan ends NOC requirement for foreign tourists

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Tuesday announced that the government has ended the requirement of a no-objection certificate (NOC) for foreigners seeking to visit certain
PUBLISHED 26 March 2019
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A CLOSED-DOOR, single-point agenda meeting that excludes the parties to the dispute from t...
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