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Oct 17, 2019
Nirmala Sitharaman says details of govt's investment policy in Jammu and Kashmir to be 'available very soon'The details of the government's policy to attract more investments in Jammu and Kashmir would be available very soon, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman said
Apr 14, 2019
Asia's biggest tulip garden in Srinagar sees high tourist footfall; tulip festival to conclude on 5 MayTourists thronged the famous tulip garden in Srinagar, also known as the Siraj Bagh and Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden
Mar 06, 2019
Tourism becomes latest casualty in Jammu and Kashmir amid India-Pakistan tension and 'boycott Kashmiri' callsWith no intervention by the Jammu and Kashmir administration to dispel fear among people and encourage good footfall for the future, both domestic and foreign tourists are unlikely to book tickets to the state.
Feb 24, 2019
Dal Lake in distress: Kashmir's iconic attraction is facing a slow death by sewage as politicians look the other wayThough the Jammu and Kashmir government claims it makes all efforts to preserve the Dal Lake in Srinagar, there is little proof of effective implementation on the ground of cleanup projects.
Apr 11, 2018
Kashmir's tulips bloomSpring in Kashmir is a time when life blooms after a harsh winter. And nothing reflects this changing of the seasons better than the valley's tulips.
Jun 09, 2017
No visitors to the ValleyIn previous years, the months from April to mid-June would be the peak tourist season in Kashmir. But with unrest in the Valley, all the popular tourist hotspots wear a deserted look.
Apr 09, 2017
Kashmir Diaries: A visit to the quintessential ‘jewel in India’s crown’Supposedly, the world can be divided into two kinds of people — those who have been to Kashmir and those who haven’t
Oct 04, 2016
Jammu and Kashmir govt relaxes Protected Area Permit in Leh Ladakh, encourages tourismJammu and Kashmir government has relaxed the Protected Area Permit (PAP) regime to enable foreigners to visit restricted areas in Leh district of Ladakh, a decision which is expected to increase the footfall of tourists and give considerable boost to the local economy.