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China ready for talks with India on reopening Nathu La for pilgrims

China today said we are ready to talk with India on reopening the Nathu La pass route for Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims. The newly opened Sikkim route, which was more convenient for pilgrims than the other route through Lipulekh in Uttarakhand, was closed earlier this year amid the border stand-off at Doklam. The Lipulekh route was

Second last batch pilgrims left for Amarnath Yatra

Second last batch of pilgrims left for Amarnath Yatra

Second last batch of pilgrims left for Amarnath Yatra. The 35th batch of Amarnath pilgrims consisting of 132 pilgrims left for Kashmir Valley from Jammu on Friday morning despite the ongoing unrest in Kashmir, under the supervision of tight security arrangements. Second last batch pilgrims This was the second last batch of pilgrims that left from the

1,141 pilgrims leave for Amarnath from Jammu

1,141 pilgrims leave for Amarnath from Jammu

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Jammu, Jul 21 (PTI)1,141 pilgrims leave Amarnath jammu.  A batch of 1,141 pilgrims today left Jammu for the 3,888-metre-high Amarnath cave shrine of Lord Shiva in south Kashmir Himalayas.Escorted by the CRPF and police, the batch consisting of 759

7 Amarnath pilgrims killed in terror attack in J&K

Seven Amarnath pilgrims were killed and 13 others injured, including policemen, on Monday when a bus of yatris was caught in a crossfire between militants and a police party in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantang district.All yatris hailed from Gujarat, DGP SP Vaid said.The bus was carrying pilgrims back from Baltal after performing the yatra. The

7 pilgrims injured during Amarnath yatra

7 pilgrims injured during Amarnath yatra

A road accident has occurred during Amarnath yatra in Jammu & Kashmir. According to the information, 7 pilgrims were injured while going to Pehalgam from Jammu. All the injured were admitted to local hospital.  

Around 80,000 pilgrims perform Amarnath Yatra in 6 days

Around 80,000 pilgrims perform Amarnath Yatra in 6 days

Nearly 80,000 pilgrims have performed the Amarnath Yatra over the last six days, an official said on Wednesday as another batch of 3,389 pilgrims left here for the cave shrine in the Kashmir Valley amid heightened security. They left the Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas at 4.05 am in a convoy of 102 vehicles escorted by the paramilitary forces. “Of these,

1,786 pilgrims leave for Amarnath from Jammu

1,786 pilgrims leave for Amarnath from Jammu

Another batch of 1,786 pilgrims today left Jammu for the high-altitude Amarnath cave shrine of Lord Shiva in south Kashmir Himalayas. Escorted by the CRPF, the pilgrims comprising 1,485 men, 301 women left in 53 vehicles in a convoy for Baltal and Pahalagam base camps this morning, officials said. With today’s batch a total of

First Batch Of Pilgrims Leave Jammu For Amarnath Yatra

First Batch Of Pilgrims Leave Jammu For Amarnath Yatra

The first batch of over 4,000 pilgrims for this year’s Amarnath Yatra has been flagged off from Jammu today. Amid tight security arrangements, the Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh flagged off the yatra from Bhagwati Nagar base camp this morning. Speaking on the occasion Dr. Singh said that full proof security

China’s message to India: Withdraw troops or won’t allow next Kailash Mansarovar yatra pilgrims

Withdraw troops or won’t allow next Kailash Mansarovar yatra pilgrims Sending a strong message, China indicated that it will not allow Kailash Mansarovar pilgrims entry through Nathu La pass unless India takes steps to resolve the on-going border stand-off.Beijing indicated that Kailash Mansarovar yatra, one of the major confidence-building measures between India and China, will

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China Denied Permission To Mansarovar Pilgrims Via Nathu La Pass

In India there are many devotees who believe in Lord Shiva. In this way Kailash Mansarovar is a very large pilgrimage site for devotees. But Kailash Mansarovar is now facing a different threat.Actually two batches of devotees who reached Nathu-la Pass of Sikkim was returned from China’s border by the Officials, due to which worry

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Amarnath Pilgrims Have to Submit Medical Certificates

People who wish to trek to the Amarnath shrine must furnish medical certificates and those below 13 or above 75 years of age will not be allowed to join the pilgrimage.Besides, no woman more than six weeks pregnant will be registered for the pilgrimage. Amarnathji Shrine Board which conducts the annual pilgrimage has issued advisories

Sri Hemkunt Sahib Journey Will Start From 25th May, Special Arrangements For Pilgrims

The journey for Gurudwara Sri Hemkunt Sahib will start this time from May 25. Darshan Singh. Manager of Gurudwara Rishikesh said that On 25th May the pilgrims will reach Gobind Dhaam first and then from there they will travel to Sri Hemkunt Sahib, where Ardas will be commemorated. He has alerted the pilgrims to refrain

45 pilgrims injured as bus overturns

Patiala: Forty-five pilgrims were injured on Friday morning when a PRTC bus carrying them from Lachru Kalan in Ghanour to Amritsar overturned from a over bridge near Patarsi. The bus hit the divider on the over bridge and took three turns after the driver lost control over it. The accident took place on Rajpura-Sirhind National Highway

5 buses to take pilgrims to Darbar Sahib daily

N K Sharma MLA from Derabassi on Friday flagged off 2 buses from Zirakpur to Sri Amritsar Sahib under Mukh Mantri Tirath Darshan Yatra schme. On this occasion Sharma told that Punjab Government allotted five buses for Mohali district for this Yatra. Two buses are allotted for Derabassi. All the expenditure of this Yatra will

Pilgrims population decreased in last week of Amarnath Yatra

After facing several difficulities , Amarnath Yatra enters in its last week. The Yatra started on July 2 and will end on August 18 coinciding with Shravan Purnima and Raksha Bandhan festivals. The fresh batch of 139 yatris left bhagwati yatri niwas in Jammu on thursday. The number of pilgrims has steadily decreased ever since

Four Amarnath pilgrims dead

Srinagar: Four Amarnath pilgrims died due to cardiac arrest en route to the cave shrine in Kashmir Himalayas over the past three days, taking the death toll in this year’s pilgrimage to 15, officials said here on Sunday. Rajinder Singh, a 35-year-old pilgrim from Punjab, died due to cardiac arrest at Baltal base camp in

Amarnath Pilgrims return to Hoshiarpur as Curfew in J&K.

Punjab police and BSF conducts search operation in Pathankot

Pathankot: After being alerted by security agencies to ensure the security of Amarnath pilgrims, Punjab Police and BSF on Wednesday carried out a massive door-to-door search in at least 10 hamlets near border area of Pathankot. Giving information about search operation SP, Hem Pushp said, “We conducted a search operation in 10 villages starting at

Amarnath pilgrims stranded in Srinagar

Srinagar: Hundreds of Amarnath pilgrims were stranded here as Srinagar-Jammu national highway remained out of bounds for the third day in the wake of violence in the Valley following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani. Many of the pilgrims, who performed the yatra through Baltal route in Sonamarg area of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal

Telangana DGP speaks to J&K police official about pilgrims

Hyderabad: Telangana’s in-charge Director General of Police Anjani Kumar today spoke to SM Sahai, Additional DGP (Law and Order) of Jammu and Kashmir, regarding the safety of around 8,000 Amarnath pilgrims from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh who are in the northern state. The pilgrims have been stopped from proceeding to Amarnath. The yatra remained suspended