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J&K has suffered a staggering loss of Rs 10,000 crore in 12 days

The unrest in valley that has extended to two weeks now has had a staggering impact on the economy of the state with a business loss of Rs 10,000 crore to the state in just 12 days.

The curfew, bandh and the clashes coupled with Internet and phone restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir have managed to severely dent the peak tourism and pilgrimage season of the state. Click here to Read it’s impact on the state economy.

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Today’s Scroll

NC workers arrested for ‘looting weapons, firing on Army camp’ in Kashmir. Click Here to Read Full Report.

Rajnath Singh to arrive in Kashmir. Here is what we can expect.

Take action against news channels creating ‘hysteria’ in JK, says HC to Govt

Jammu Schools seeing a high enrollment of Valley students

SC to hear Panthers Party plea for Governor’s rule in J&K. Click Here for Details.

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