Students were full of enthusiasm as classes resumed after ten months on Monday across the winter capital. Photo: Mir Imran/ GK

In Pictures: Schools Reopen in Jammu After Ten Months of COVID-19 Lockdown

Srinagar recorded coldest night after three decades as mercury took a dip to minus 8.8 degree Celsius. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Pictures: Chillai Kalan Leaves Kashmir With Frozen Water Pipes, Huge Icicles

In Pictures: Preparations Underway For Reopening of Schools in Jammu After COVID-19 Lockdown

In Frames: R-Day Celebrated Amid High Security in Kashmir

As security has been beefed up in Srinagar ahead of R-Day, police and paramilitary forces carried out random searches and an area-domination exercise on Monday. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

R-Day: Full Dress Rehearsal and Heightened Security

A man rows his shikara in the famous Dal-Lake, amid heavy snowfall which started on Saturday morning in the Valley. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Snowfall Drapes Kashmir White Again; Flights Cancelled, Highway Closed

Drung is visited for its frozen waterfalls during winters, but many people don't visit this destination due to heavily snow saturated roads. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

Snowfall Turns Drang White, But makes Life Difficult for Locals

23 structures were damaged and 44 families affected in 8 different fire incidents reported at Gandarpora, Nawakadal, Zadibal, Allochibagh, Habbakadal, Wattalkadal, Nadpora, Chanpora and Panthachowk. Photo: Mubashir Khan/ GK

In Frames: Overnight blaze damages several residential houses in Srinagar

Director SKIMS, Dr A G Ahangar on Saturday received the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine at the institution. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Covid Vaccination Drive Held In J&K, Director SKIMS Takes First Jab

With mercury settling at 7.6° C in the valley, chill and fog took a toll on the Kashmiris, disrupting the daily chorus. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

Fog and Chill Grip Kashmir after Heavy Snowfall

"Due to freezing temperatures, many water bodies in the valley, including the world famous Dal Lake have frozen. It has been observed that some people, particularly youth and children attempt to walk on the frozen water bodies," Aamir Ali, Nodal Officer of the State Emergency Operation Centre, Srinagar said. Photo: Aman Farooq/ GK

In Frames: Despite Advisory, Locals Play Cricket, Tourists take Selfies on Frozen Dal Surface

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Dried Veggies in Demand in Kashmir as Highway Closure Perishes Fresh Stocks