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Daily Archives: November 11, 2015

NC castigates Govt for pushing Valley into darkness

‘Mehbooba promised uninterrupted power supply to people: Sagar Srinagar, Nov 11 (KNS): Castigating PDP-led Government for worsening power situation in the Valley, National conference Wednesday accused that the PDP-BJP government has failed on all fronts and the people now feel insecure in their hands. “The deplorable electricity scenario has thrown life out of gear in Kashmir, with students and business community worst hit. ... Read More »

Follow SOP in letter and spirit, Rajendra tells policemen

Srinagar, Nov 11 (KNS): The Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police K. Rajindra Kumar Wednesday said that he has directed all the senior officers of the police to follow SOP in letter and spirit during law and order situations. “I have  directed all the SSPs and SDPOs to conduct a meeting with SHOs and other police officials to ask ... Read More »

As winter sets in, power outage grips Kashmir

Consumption in excess of need, so have to curtail supply: PDD Srinagar, Nov 10 (KNS): With the onset of winter in Kashmir, Power Development Department has aggravated problems of valley ties by resorting to more curtailment in electricity schedule. Not only non-metered areas, but residents in metered localities are also bearing the brunt and spending most of their time without ... Read More »

Marathas acted as collaborators with Britishers to kill Tipu Sultan

Let people of sub continent condemn collaborators not the martyr: Er Rasheed Srinagar, Nov 11 (KNS): Awami Ittihaad Party (AIP) president and MLA Langate Er Rashid has strongly condemned Sang Parivar for trying to prove Tipu Sultan as a communal ruler. In a statement to KNS, Er Rasheed said. “These fascist forces seem to be so biased towards Muslims that ... Read More »

Bandipora administration functions without ADC

Srinagar, Nov 11, CNS: From past four months Bandipora administration in North Kashmir has been functioning without Additional Development Commissioner. A group of delegation from the district told CNS that four months ago ADC Bandipora Nazir Ahmed Baba was transferred and posted in Srinagar and since then government did not assign the responsibility to any other official. “Hundreds of cases ... Read More »

Police foil separatist march to HMT

Normal life affected in parts of Srinagar city Srinagar, Nov 11, CNS: Authorities Wednesday foiled HMT march by imposing restrictions on public movement in parts of old Srinagar city. “Restrictions had been imposed in areas falling under the jurisdiction of Parimpora, Maisuma, Kralkhud, M.R. Gunj, Safakadal, Nowhatta, Khanyar and Rainawari police stations to maintain law and order,” a police officer ... Read More »

Headless SCDRC gives tough time to consumers

Srinagar, Nov 11, CNS: The appointment of Justice (Retd) Bashir Ahmad Kirmani as member of the Accountability Commission has left the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (SCDRC) headless. SCDRC according to aggrieved people is the readily accessible forum to settle disputes speedily without entailing any cost has become defunct from the day, its head left it. Since then government has ... Read More »

People demand restoration of traffic over Zero Bridge

  Stage protest in Srinagar Srinagar, Nov 11: Scores of people Wednesday staged a protest against the State Government for failing to open up Zero Bride for vehicular movement. The protesters alleged that buckling under pressure from VVIPs, and the leaders of some political parties the government has shelved its plan to restore traffic on the bridge and instead it is ... Read More »

1,262 Army officers refused to donate one day’s salary for flood ravaged J&K

Srinagar, Nov 11, CNS: Thousands of Indian Army officers have reportedly refused to contribute a day’s salary to the Prime Minister’s relief fund for flood ravaged Jammu and Kashmir that witnessed devastation in September 2014 due to flood furry. A report carried by an Indian newspaper claimed that the Army officers refused to donate their one day’s salary after they ... Read More »