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Daily Archives: January 13, 2016

Pulwama deadlock ends

The deadlock between Pulwama residents and the district administration over plaque ‘memorial for militants’ ended Wednesday after 14-days shutdown by the people. Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama, Neeraj Kumar, said that the traders, some youth and the Auqaf representatives held a meeting with Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Asgar Samoon, IGP Kashmir, Syed Javaid Mujtaba Geelani in Srinagar to end the stalemate. “The traders ... Read More »

“Will review how much we have succeeded in realising Mufti Sahab’s vision: Naeem Akhtar

‘Our party stands for rights of people not power’ Srinagar, Jan 13 (KNS): As government impasse hovers over the state, Peoples Democratic Party Wednesday said that the party will review how much “it has achieved vis-à-vis fulfilling development vision” of late former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. “Mufti Sahab had a vision for making Jammu and Kashmir a modern state. ... Read More »

PSC issues clarification

JANUARY 13-A news item has appeared in some local dailies published from Jammu that the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission has rejected the candidature of the candidates who have acquired PhD degrees prior to coming into force of UGC Minimum Standard for Awards of MPhil/PhD degrees Regulations 2009  from a particular region. It has further been alleged that similarly ... Read More »

Inspecting teams made surprise check in govt offices

  JANUARY 13: In order to check the attendance of government employees besides installing biometric machines in government offices, the teams constituted by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Samoon inspected various offices today which include Directorate of CA&PD, Directorate of Horticulture, Offices of Deputy Director, Planning and Marketing, Chief Engineer Irrigation and Flood Control, Chief Engineer PHE, Chief Engineer R&B, PMGSY ... Read More »

Take lesson from pulwama;Er Rasheed to GoI

Srinagar/13/January: – AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rasheed has asked New Delhi to learn a lesson from the memorial row in Pulwama and mend its policies towards Kashmir. He has urged state administration not to pressurise and terrorise the masses and resolve issue amicably. Addressing AIP’s general council meeting at Party Head Office Raj-Bagh Srinagar today, Er Rasheed said ... Read More »

Massive encroachment goes unabated in Bandipora

T Rasool Ajas (Bandipora) Large scale encroachments have taken place here as authorities have failed to take action against those “who have occupied the state land.” Members of Civil Society Forum (CSF) here in Ajas tehsil of Bandipora are up in arms against the administration for failing to remove the encroachments on government land. The CSF members alleged that “some ... Read More »