Thanks to Project Tiger: Majestic Hangul gets a new lifeline in Kashmir

Srinagar, Feb. 23 -- Majestic Hangul has got a new lifeline after Jammu and Kashmir government decided to adopt 'Project Tiger' model to arrest the declining population of the critically endangered an... Read More

J&K all set to get its new official bird: Exit Black Necked Crane, enter Kashmir Flycatcher

Srinagar, Feb. 21 -- Jammu and Kashmir government is all set to declare Kashmir Flycatcher (Ficedula subrubra) as an official bird of new Union Territory (UT). Kashmir Flycatcher will replace Black N... Read More

Save Dal Lake: Govt kicks off process to geo-tag houseboats, hotels

Srinagar, Feb. 20 -- Jammu and Kashmir government has kicked off the process of geo-tagging the houseboats and other structures in Dal Lake in a last ditch effort to save the water body from further p... Read More

Hundreds of candidates singled out: Baramulla Medical College tweaks rules for nursing posts

Srinagar, Feb. 19 -- Career of hundreds of trained nurses is at stake after Government Medical College, Baramulla, arbitrarily tweaked eligibility rules and sought applications from M.Sc (Nursing) pas... Read More

Shortage of nurses takes heavy toll on healthcare system in Kashmir

Srinagar, Feb. 17 -- Healthcare system is at the verge of collapse as government is dragging its feet to fill up the vacancies of nurses in major hospitals across the valley. According to the data of... Read More

Premature births: One in three pregnant women suffers from Vitamin D deficiency in Kashmir

Srinagar, Feb. 15 -- Thirty four year old expecting mother Rukhsana (name-changed) was reported at Lal Ded Maternity Hospital with high blood pressure and searing pain in her calves. After examining ... Read More

Who will be the next GMC Principal?

Srinagar, Feb. 15 -- Jammu and Kashmir government has set the ball rolling for the selection of next principal of Government Medical College, Srinagar. An official in Government Medical College, Srin... Read More

No infection detected: China returned scholar quarantined at SKIMS

Srinagar, Feb. 14 -- A research scholar, who returned from Coronavirus-affected China, was on Thursday quarantined at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) as a precautionary measur... Read More

Hospitals face shortage of vaccines to deal with swine flu

Srinagar, Feb. 13 -- Hospitals across the valley are running short of vaccines for H1N1 influenza leaving both the staff and patients vulnerable to the deadly infection. Fourteen patients were tested... Read More

11 patients admitted to SKIMS after testing positive for swine flu

Srinagar, Feb. 11 -- Eleven patients have been admitted to Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) after they tested positive for H1N1inflenza (swine flu). Fourteen patients were tested ... Read More