Kashmir dating

July 19 is observed every year in renewal of the historical resolution of Kashmir's accession to Pakistan passed by the people of the state.The All Jammu Kashmir Muslim Conference on July 19, 1947, in Srinagar demanded the then Dogra rulers to materialise the accession of the Jammu Kashmir state to Pakistan honouring the decision and point of view of the majority population of the Muslim majority in the state.“Kashmir’s Accession day will be observed on July 19 while nation-wide ‘Black day’ will be observed on July 20 to protest the brutalities of Indian forces in Kashmir,” the government announced on Saturday.The months from May to September are pleasant to visit the place.Khilanmarg Khilanmarg is the famous spot for skiing in winters and offers a beautiful view of the surrounding peaks and the Kashmir Valley.In the year 1969 it was bifurcated into two full-fledged Universities: University of Kashmir at Srinagar and University of Jammu at Jammu.

The snow-clad peaks and the lovely landscapes have provided background for several Bollywood ventures.ISLAMABAD: Taking back its earlier announcement, the federal government on Saturday decided to observe 'black day' against Indian atrocities in India-held Kashmir on July 20 instead of July 19.In a surprising move, the federal cabinet on Friday had decided to observe a countrywide ‘black day’ on July 19 for expressing solidarity with people of India-held Kashmir, several of whom were killed while protesting against the murder of separatist leader Burhan Wani.While Kerala and West Bengal have issued an ordinance to approve the SGST Act, all other states and UTs have passed it in their respective legislative assemblies."As of today, all the states and Union Territories (having assemblies), except the State of Jammu and Kashmir, have passed the State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) Act," a finance ministry statement said.Kerala today issued an ordinance approving the SGST Act while West Bengal had issued it on 15 June."Now only one state is left i.e.