Monday, December 22, 2014
Breaking News : Bajwa should refrain from politicizing the issue: Chugh | Burglary solved in Ganderbal | Omar’s tenure for the state was a ‘nightmare’: PDP | 2010 not a blunder but biggest regret for Omar | BJP hints alliance with NC for government formation | No coalition possible without Congress: Soz | Families of slain youth term Omar’s regrets- cry of a thief | Mirwaiz condemns Maisuma ‘raids’ | Maisuma shuts against Malik’s detention, raids | Count down for 12th assembly: | BJP hints alliance with NC for government formation |
2010 not a blunder but biggest regret for Omar

Says will serve state in whatever capacity people let me
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): A day after the exit polls projected fall of the ruling national conference during the state elections, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Sunday said there are no chances of NC’s alliance with BJP or with the Congress. According to the KNS correspondent, Omar while addressing the press conference at Srinagar said that he has no regrets in aligning with the Congress after the 2...
BJP hints alliance with NC for government formation

Says NC not untouchable for them, PDP’s agenda doesn’t match BJP's principles
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): BJP, a day ahead of the election results, hinted at opening doors of coalition with the national conference, saying NC for them are not ‘untouchables’. “In the interests of the state, we can have a coalition with the national conference. The party is not untouchable for us. Let us see what the results would be,” BJP general secretary and inchange JK, Rameesh Aroora told...
No coalition possible without Congress: Soz

Terms exit polls rubbish, claims party’s triumph in all regions
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): The state Congress chief Saif-ud-din Soz a day ahead of the results of the state elections has reiterated that no secular coalition in the state will be possible without the Congress support. Soz told KNS over phone that Congress has done well in all the three regions of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and that everyone will be dazzled with the performance of the Congress ...
Families of slain youth term Omar’s regrets- cry of a thief

Term him ‘main culprit’ of killing youth in 2010
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): Moments after the chief minister Omar Abdullah termed 2010 killings as his ‘biggest regret’, the families of the youth killed during the summer unrest of 2010 said the year became main reason for Omar’s party to witness whitewash during the present state elections. Mohammad Ashraf Mattoo, the father of slain Tufail Matoo told KNS that Omar’s non- serious approach towards ...
Mirwaiz condemns Maisuma ‘raids’


Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): Condemning the large scale arrests of youth in Kashmir, especially in and around Maisuma and Lal Chowk area, nocturnal raids on the residences of pro-freedom leadership, and harassment of the inhabitants living in these areas, Huriyat (M) spokesman said that on one hand Kashmiris are being subjected to wanton suppression while on the other the state was using brute force t...
Maisuma shuts against Malik’s detention, raids

Showkat Bakshi led the protest sit-in
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS):Maisuma in city centre Lal Chowk is observed a shutdown against the continuous detention of incarcerated JKLF Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik. Shops and establishments remained closed while JKLF supporters of the volatile area observed a sit-in and their leaders addressed the gathering. Arrested before the commencement of assembly elections, Malik was shifted to SKIMS after...
Count down for 12th assembly:

28 counting centers, 94 halls, 700 tables for 87 segments Section 144 imposed, additional troop deployment made
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): On December 23, 28 counting centers with 94 counting halls will be used to declare the results of the state elections held in 87 assembly segments of Jammu and Kashmir from November 25 to December 20. According to the KNS correspondent, the counting shall start at 8 in the morning in presence of 5000 counting staff and 2000 counting agents. The tables on which the count...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interviews
Omar’s tenure for the state was a ‘nightmare’: PDP
Says NC leaving behind huge baggage of bankrupt state
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS): Reacting to the press conference of the chief minister Omar Abdullah, the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday said that Omar has ran away even before hearing the results of the state elections on December 23. “At first he ran away from the fight by leaving Ganderbal a...
Increase in social crimes extreme cause of concern: Mirwaiz
Section 144 Cr. P.C imposed in Bandipora
DC Srinagar reviews rehabilitation works for flood affected families
Participation in electoral process detrimental for freedom movement: Shah
 
Jammu Kashmir
Bajwa should refrain from politicizing the issue: Chugh
‘Badal should ask Majithia to resign’
Srinagar, Dec 22 (KNS):BJP National Secretary Tarun Chugh today urged Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal to follow the precedent of morality set by him and ask Punjab Cabinet Minister Bikram Singh Majithia to resign following his summoning by the Enforcement Directorate in the infamous case...
Burglary solved in Ganderbal
Dar-ul-Khair continues to distribute relief among flood vicitms
CPI (M) pays tributes to late Hafiz
PPP to hold candlelight vigil against Peshawar massacre
 
Nation
 
Articles
JK Bank branch strength touches 800

Shopian’s economic potential could work wonders if youth take up the challenge of transforming the fruit industry: Parvez Ahmad
Srinagar, Dec 21 (KNS): Embarking on the mission to further expand its foot-print across length and breadth of the state, J&K Bank opened yet another business unit at Batpora area of the Shopian district in the state on Saturday. Parvez Ahmad, Ba...
V-Mart Reopens in Srinagar after Flood devastation
Protest against Chota Tarey turns a hoax
JK Bank chairman inaugurates Currency Chest in Ganderbal
UJC condemns Peshawar attacks
 
 
 
 
Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar
 
 

 
Previous Archives

If you are looking for Issues beyond today. You can simply use this calendar tool to view Issue of KNS for any particular Date.

 
 
 
 
 
 
TCI MAX CEMENT
 

Srinagar Municipal Corporation
Jammu & Kashmir lakes and Waterways Development Authority
sher-i-kashmir