Wednesday, 01 Oct 2014

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The first village that faced nature’s fury!
The first village that faced nature’s fury!

Kelam-Gund Kulgam...

Kulgam, Sept 30: Kelam-Gund Kulgam, a village located around 25 kms from Anantnag town, was among the first villages where the devastating floods wreaked havoc on September 05, 2014.The devastation was so huge in magnitude that no living soul
United India Insurance presented Rs. 1 crore Cheque to CM for flood relief

Omar monitors, relief rehabilitation process

SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 30:- The United India Insurance Company this afternoon presented a cheque of Rs. 1 crore to CM Omar Abdullah for flood affected people of Jammu and Kashmir The Chief Minister while thanking the company expressed the hope that more and more corporate companies and well off people in the economy sector will whole heartedly donate to the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Ministers flood relief fund for rehabilitation of flood sufferers. Earlier, the Chief Minister monitored the measures under implementation for restoration of public services and relief and rehabilitation of flood affected people at a meeting here
Post-flood reconstruction

DDevastating floods and the damage they have wreaked in Kashmir have drowned the last vestiges of National Conference-Congress coalition government in the murky flood waters. And if anything is still left – the same is stinking with terrible stench right there in the hither-to waterlogged localities of Srinagar.
ICC crackdown should have come after World Cup: Waqar
ICC crackdown should have come after World Cup: Waqar

KARACHI: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has questioned the timing of cricket authorities' crackdown against chucking just months away from the World Cup, and suggested that rules on bowling actions be relaxed for spinners.In an interview with AFP, the former pace great said key all rounder Mohammed Hafeez's confidence was left shattered after he was reported for a suspect action in an Indian domestic tournament,
I have lost my vocabulary!
I have lost my vocabulary!

Floods and the aftermath...

When I was in school, our teachers used to make us write five/six hundred word essays to refine our English. The favorite subjects given to us were: My aim in life; Morning walk; My best friend; A River in Flood,  etc.  I would try my hand on the first three but never thought about the fourth one:  A River in Flood. Why? Because a flood was something alien to me.
Kashmiri youth have proved strength of character

Recent floods in the state of Jammu & Kashmir have again confirmed that nature does not distinguish between Pakistani Administered Kashmir and Indian Administered Kashmir. People suffered in Srinagar, Anantnag and Jammu in the same manner like people suffered in Kotli, Hajira and Rawlakot.
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