SRINAGAR — The fresh snowfall in the Valley on Monday led to the cancellation of all the flights at Srinagar international airport.

Director Srinagar Airport, Kuldeep Singh, as per the news agency KNO, said that all 68 flights including 34 arrivals and 34 departures were cancelled today.

He said that all the flights were cancelled due to low visibility and continuous snowfall in Srinagar.

Pertinently, J&K parts received moderate snowfall today, bringing down the temperature across Kashmir.

The weatherman has predicted wet weather conditions till tomorrow.

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KATHUA — A girl student was killed and many others injured after being hit by a speeding car on the Jammu-Pathankot highway near Barwal area of Kathua district on Monday.

An unnamed official, quoted by the news agency KNO, said that a speeding car hit a group of students in…

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RAMBAN — A tanker driver died in a road accident near Kawbagh in Ramban district on Monday early morning, officials said here.

An unnamed official, quoted by the news agency KNO, said that the tanker that was on its way from Jammu towards Srinagar met with an accident near Kawbagh this morning.

He said the driver was identified as Imtiyaz Ahmad son of Abdul Qayoum Wani, a resident of Wagan Banihal, who was seriously injured in the accident and later succumbed at a hospital.

The official said that the local police have taken cognizance of the incident.

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SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Police on Monday said it busted a militant hideout and also arrested four militant associates in Hafoo Nageenpora village of Awantipora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Kashmir Zone Police in a tweet said a militant hideout was busted and destroyed in Hafoo Nageenpora forest area. The police said four militant associates of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) outfit were also arrested.

“Police along with security forces busted and destroyed terrorist hideout in Hafoo Nageenpora forests of Awantipora. Four terrorist associates linked with the terror outfit LeT were arrested. Incriminating materials and other items were recovered. A case was registered and an investigation is in progress,” a police spokesman said in a tweet.

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