WITH Srinagar now boasting of a major airport, the tourism stakeholders in Kashmir are hopeful that it will lead to an increase in flights, transparent charges, and a surge in tourist arrivals to the Valley.
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Govt May Think Of Lifting Curbs If Cases Decline Further In 3-4 Days, Says Jain
HEALTH Minister Satyendar Jain on Sunday said that a decline in the number of Covid cases over the past three days is a good sign and that if this remains the case over the next three to four days, then the government would take a relook at lifting curbs.
Man loses battle for life due to Covid protocols
Accident victim was shifted from one hospital to another after testing positive
Hospitalisation under 4%: Study
Sample size small, but hospital’s survey representative of Omicron surge across India
City records over 18K cases, sees a dip in positivity rate
CONTINUING with the declining trend in single day rise of Covid-19 cases, the national capital on Sunday recorded 18,286 fresh Covid-19 cases and 28 deaths.
U.K. MULLS SCRAPPING TESTS FOR VACCINATED TRAVELERS
The UK government is reportedly planning to do away with the requirement of mandatory Covid-19 tests postarrival into the country for fully vaccinated travellers, including from India, as part of preparations of having to live with coronavirus in the future.
Teen girl set to land in Brussels after record-breaking solo flight around the world
As teenage pilot Zara Rutherford flew ever onward in a record-challenging global odyssey, she met little as strange or scary as when she tried to squeeze in between North Korean airspace and a massive cloud threatening to cut off passage for her ultralight plane.
KOHLI ERA AS CAPTAIN ENDS, WHAT NEXT FOR INDIA?
IN the end, there are no ICC titles to show for captain Virat Kohli. They are not the yardsticks to measure a good captain. And even if he did, for a major part of his captaincy tenure, Kohli never came across as an astute captain.
Pacific tsunami threat recedes, volcano ash hinders response
THE tsunami threat around the Pacific from a huge undersea volcanic eruption began to recede Sunday, but the massive ash cloud covering the tiny island nation of Tonga prevented surveillance flights from New Zealand to assess the extent of damage.
Millions brace for snow as storm bears down on US
MILLIONS of Americans were braced for heavy snow and freezing rain Sunday as a major winter storm closed in on the eastern United States, knocking power out to an estimated 200,000 people and counting.
GRAND SETBACK FOR DJOKOVIC
World No 1 loses application by unanimous verdict in Federal Court at Melbourne, leaves home in ignominious crcumstances after almost two weeks of drama
Where History Intersects With Myth
ASHWIN SANGHI is an Indian author in the intersecting genre of mythology, fiction and thriller. Here he is interviewed by RUDY SINGH at Kanha Shanti Vanam about his formative influences, what brought him to writing, and the gray area intersecting mythology and history. In Part 2, the conversation will also move to his own work and in particular his latest books.
What It Takes To Sell Indian Saffron!
The saffron of Kashmir has long been considered the world’s finest, but drought is threatening the livelihood and traditions of its farming families.
Group linked to Al Qaeda says it planted bomb in market: Police
Mujahideen Ghazwat-ul-Hind (MGH), an al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group active in Kashmir, has claimed responsibility for planting an improvised explosive device (IED) at the Ghazipur flower market last week, said Delhi Police officers associated with the investigation, even as no arrests weremade till late Sunday.
‘ABCD switches in Ghazipur IED point to ISI hand'
Intelligence sources said there were eerie similarities between the IED found in Delhi and those recovered in Punjab in the last six months
Editors Guild of India condemns ‘coup'
Restore Kashmir Press Club's registration, start process of poll of office-bearers: PCI
Jammu on boil amid the rise of Ikkjutt
SRINAGAR The Jammu region is facing a political vacuum as BJP is coming under a lot of criticism and protests from the trading community, and also from the common people, as they feel that they have no security of jobs.
New combat uniform unveiled on Army Day
NEW DELHI: The Indian Army on Saturday unveiled a new battledress that will provide soldiers better camouflage and more comfort at an impressive parade in Delhi Cantonment to mark the 74th Army Day.
Days before Republic Day, IEDs found in J&K, Punjab
‘Intel Received On Drugs, Explosives Being Smuggled’
Terror strike foiled as IED defused at Ghazipur market
RDX Detected; Khalistanis And Others On Radar
14 TERRORISTS NEUTRALISED IN 8 OPERATIONS THIS YEAR TILL NOW IN J&K: POLICE CHIEF