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'Amarnath Yatra' - 378 News Result(s)

  • Amit Shah Heads To Cabinet Meet At PM's Home, Met Law Minister Before

    Amit Shah Heads To Cabinet Meet At PM's Home, Met Law Minister Before

    The Union cabinet will meet at the official residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi today amid rising tensions in Jammu and Kashmir. One of the most important panels, the Cabinet Committee on Security, includes the Prime Minister, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman and S Jaishankar, will also meet today.

  • "Centre Owes Us An Explanation": Omar Abdullah On Kashmir Turmoil

    "Centre Owes Us An Explanation": Omar Abdullah On Kashmir Turmoil

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today said that the centre owes the people of the country an explanation for "creating panic" in Jammu and Kashmir by cancelling pilgrimages across the state and instructing tourists to leave at the earliest.

  • "Don't Know About Tomorrow But Nothing To Worry About Today": J&K Governor

    "Don't Know About Tomorrow But Nothing To Worry About Today": J&K Governor

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Saturday said that while he cannot predict the fate of the state's special status, there was "nothing to worry" about for now. The remark came hours after National Conference leader Omar Abdullah met him to enquire if the centre was planning to make a move in this direction.

  • Rail Cancellation Charges Waived For J&K Travel: Report

    Rail Cancellation Charges Waived For J&K Travel: Report

    The railways has decided that no cancellation charge will be taken from passengers till Tuesday morning if they cancel reserved tickets booked for their journey originating from Jammu, Katra and Uddhampur stations, sources in the ministry said on Saturday.

  • Airlines Told To Check Surging Prices After 'Leave Kashmir' Advisory

    Airlines Told To Check Surging Prices After 'Leave Kashmir' Advisory

    Airlines in the country have been asked to curb soaring air fares on the Srinagar route after the Jammu and Kashmir administration issued an advisory asking tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to leave the Kashmir Valley "immediately" amid intelligence about terror threats.

  • United Kingdom, Australia, Germany Warn Citizens Not To Travel To Jammu And Kashmir

    United Kingdom, Australia, Germany Warn Citizens Not To Travel To Jammu And Kashmir

    Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom on Saturday asked their citizens to avoid all travel to Jammu and Kashmir, a day after the government asked tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • Government Of India Spreading Fear On Kashmir, Says Congress

    Government Of India Spreading Fear On Kashmir, Says Congress

    The Congress has hit out at the government after its advisory on Friday asking tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to leave the Kashmir Valley "immediately" because of new intelligence about terror threats. Anxious tourists, including some foreigners, crowded the Srinagar airport on Saturday, many without tickets for flights. Scores of vehicles ca...

  • "No Knowledge Of Change In Constitutional Provisions": J&K Governor

    "No Knowledge Of Change In Constitutional Provisions": J&K Governor

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik today conveyed to a National Conference delegation that the state has no knowledge of any changes in the Constitutional provisions and assured that the deployment of additional paramilitary forces was purely for security reasons.

  • Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah met Governor Satya Pal Malik to discuss the tense situation in the state, following a week in which a travel advisory was issued to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and an additional 25,000 troops moved into the Kashmir Valley, amid rumours the centre was planning to scrap Article 35A, which grants Jammu...

  • After Amarnath, J&K's Machail Mata Yatra Suspended Over Security Reasons

    After Amarnath, J&K's <i>Machail Mata Yatra</i> Suspended Over Security Reasons

    The 43-day-long 'Machail Mata Yatra' in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir was suspended today due to security reasons, officials said. Authorities have asked people not to continue the yatra and those on their way should make plans to get back.

  • No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    Hundreds of tourists and Amarnath pilgrims are looking to leave the Kashmir Valley after the government on Friday asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Friday evening asked a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir politicians to "maintain calm and not believe rumours" that are circulating in the Kashmir Valley since an advisory by the government asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to cut short their stay and leave amid intelligence inputs of terror thr...

  • As Pilgrims Are Advised To Leave Kashmir, Concerns About Security Threat

    As Pilgrims Are Advised To Leave Kashmir, Concerns About Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • Queues At ATMs, Fuel Pumps In Srinagar After J&K Security Threat: Updates

    Queues At ATMs, Fuel Pumps In Srinagar After J&K Security Threat: Updates

    Tourists and pilgrims on the Amarnath Yatra have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and return. Pilgrims and tourists have never before been urged to leave Kashmir, which has seen a massive build-up of troops in the past week.

  • Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

'Amarnath Yatra' - 191 Video Result(s)

'Amarnath Yatra' - 378 News Result(s)

  • Amit Shah Heads To Cabinet Meet At PM's Home, Met Law Minister Before

    Amit Shah Heads To Cabinet Meet At PM's Home, Met Law Minister Before

    The Union cabinet will meet at the official residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi today amid rising tensions in Jammu and Kashmir. One of the most important panels, the Cabinet Committee on Security, includes the Prime Minister, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman and S Jaishankar, will also meet today.

  • "Centre Owes Us An Explanation": Omar Abdullah On Kashmir Turmoil

    "Centre Owes Us An Explanation": Omar Abdullah On Kashmir Turmoil

    National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today said that the centre owes the people of the country an explanation for "creating panic" in Jammu and Kashmir by cancelling pilgrimages across the state and instructing tourists to leave at the earliest.

  • "Don't Know About Tomorrow But Nothing To Worry About Today": J&K Governor

    "Don't Know About Tomorrow But Nothing To Worry About Today": J&K Governor

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Saturday said that while he cannot predict the fate of the state's special status, there was "nothing to worry" about for now. The remark came hours after National Conference leader Omar Abdullah met him to enquire if the centre was planning to make a move in this direction.

  • Rail Cancellation Charges Waived For J&K Travel: Report

    Rail Cancellation Charges Waived For J&K Travel: Report

    The railways has decided that no cancellation charge will be taken from passengers till Tuesday morning if they cancel reserved tickets booked for their journey originating from Jammu, Katra and Uddhampur stations, sources in the ministry said on Saturday.

  • Airlines Told To Check Surging Prices After 'Leave Kashmir' Advisory

    Airlines Told To Check Surging Prices After 'Leave Kashmir' Advisory

    Airlines in the country have been asked to curb soaring air fares on the Srinagar route after the Jammu and Kashmir administration issued an advisory asking tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to leave the Kashmir Valley "immediately" amid intelligence about terror threats.

  • United Kingdom, Australia, Germany Warn Citizens Not To Travel To Jammu And Kashmir

    United Kingdom, Australia, Germany Warn Citizens Not To Travel To Jammu And Kashmir

    Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom on Saturday asked their citizens to avoid all travel to Jammu and Kashmir, a day after the government asked tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • Government Of India Spreading Fear On Kashmir, Says Congress

    Government Of India Spreading Fear On Kashmir, Says Congress

    The Congress has hit out at the government after its advisory on Friday asking tourists and Amarnath Yatra pilgrims to leave the Kashmir Valley "immediately" because of new intelligence about terror threats. Anxious tourists, including some foreigners, crowded the Srinagar airport on Saturday, many without tickets for flights. Scores of vehicles ca...

  • "No Knowledge Of Change In Constitutional Provisions": J&K Governor

    "No Knowledge Of Change In Constitutional Provisions": J&K Governor

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik today conveyed to a National Conference delegation that the state has no knowledge of any changes in the Constitutional provisions and assured that the deployment of additional paramilitary forces was purely for security reasons.

  • Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Governor's Word On J&K Not Final, Want To Hear From Centre: Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah met Governor Satya Pal Malik to discuss the tense situation in the state, following a week in which a travel advisory was issued to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and an additional 25,000 troops moved into the Kashmir Valley, amid rumours the centre was planning to scrap Article 35A, which grants Jammu...

  • After Amarnath, J&K's Machail Mata Yatra Suspended Over Security Reasons

    After Amarnath, J&K's <i>Machail Mata Yatra</i> Suspended Over Security Reasons

    The 43-day-long 'Machail Mata Yatra' in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir was suspended today due to security reasons, officials said. Authorities have asked people not to continue the yatra and those on their way should make plans to get back.

  • No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    No Tickets, Tourists Rush To Srinagar Airport After 'Leave Valley' Advisory

    Hundreds of tourists and Amarnath pilgrims are looking to leave the Kashmir Valley after the government on Friday asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to "immediately" cut short their stay and return, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    "Maintain Calm, Don't Believe Rumours": Governor To Kashmir Politicians

    Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Friday evening asked a delegation of Jammu and Kashmir politicians to "maintain calm and not believe rumours" that are circulating in the Kashmir Valley since an advisory by the government asked Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists to cut short their stay and leave amid intelligence inputs of terror thr...

  • As Pilgrims Are Advised To Leave Kashmir, Concerns About Security Threat

    As Pilgrims Are Advised To Leave Kashmir, Concerns About Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

  • Queues At ATMs, Fuel Pumps In Srinagar After J&K Security Threat: Updates

    Queues At ATMs, Fuel Pumps In Srinagar After J&K Security Threat: Updates

    Tourists and pilgrims on the Amarnath Yatra have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and return. Pilgrims and tourists have never before been urged to leave Kashmir, which has seen a massive build-up of troops in the past week.

  • Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims, Tourists Asked To Leave J&K Amid Security Threat

    Amarnath Yatra pilgrims and tourists have been asked by the Jammu and Kashmir government to "immediately" cut short their stay in the Kashmir Valley and go back, in an unprecedented advisory amid intelligence inputs of terror threats.

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