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Daily Archives: February 17, 2016

Madhav meets Mehbooba at Fairview

Discuss Govt formation Srinagar, Feb 17 (KNS): The month-long dead lock over the government formation in Jammu and Kashmir is likely to end as BJP’s Ram Madhav met PDP president Mehbooba Mufti this evening. BJP sources told KNS that the BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav arrived in Srinagar on Wednesday evening at 5 to meet with PDP president Mehbooba ... Read More »

‘Let JVC go to dogs’ MCI recommends slashing of MBBS quota

  MCI recommends slashing of MBBS quota Srinagar, Feb 17, CNS:  Medical Council of India (MCI) has recommended a reduction of MBBS quota in Jehlum Valley College Bemina supervised and controlled by Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Science (SKIMS) Soura. The MBBS quota was enhanced three years back from 50 to 100 seats. The documents in possession of CNS reveal that ... Read More »

Use available spaces to improve Srinagar’s green cover: DC

3 lakh plants to be planted during 2016 in Srinagar SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 17: The Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar Dr Farooq Ahmad Lone,Wednesday said nearly 3 lakh plants will be planted during year to improve the green cover of the historic city. “Greenery is depleting all around the world, putting a question mark on the survival of Planet Earth. To negate the impact ... Read More »

Naib Tehsildar Budgam, Pathwari Bemina placed under suspension

DC Budgam orders time bound inquiry into the matter BUDGAM, FEBRUARY 17: The District Development Commissioner, Budgam ,Mir Altaf Ahmad has placed Naib Tehsildar Budgam and Patwari Halqa Bemina  under suspension with immediate effect and attached them with the office of Assistant Commissioner, Revenue Budgam for mutating land measuring 64 kanals situated at village Bemina shamilatsec.-4 into shamilat-5 without ascertaining and submitting the ... Read More »

KCSDS warns govt against mass profiling

Appeals all Kashmiri Muslims to keep these elements at bay Srinagar, Feb 17 (KNS): Kashmir Centre for Social and Development Studies (KCSDS) takes strong exception and warns the govt against its latest move of mass profiling drive where citizens are asked to name their identity as per the maslak they follow. It is a sinister design to divide people on ... Read More »

‘Sleeper cell module’ busted in B’pora: Police

Bandipora Police on Tuesday claimed to have busted a militants sleeper cells by arresting three Over Ground Workers (OGW) A senior police officials said they have  arrested four persons including Muzamil Afzal Rather @ Boya, Firdous Ahmad Rather , Bilal Ahmed Rather residents of Pazalpora Mantrigam Bandipora and Abdul Majeed Khan of Kralpora, Bandipora. He said the OGWs   were planning ... Read More »

Air Pollution: Lest We Forget.

  From Apollo Hospital The world’s fastest growing major economy, India, also has to its credit the world’s most polluted city, the capital, New Delhi. For residents of New Delhi NCR, air pollution this year has become a topic of conversation, like it never had before. With shocking figures that showed New Delhi had beaten the old faithful in toxic ... Read More »

Scars of Violence

Gulshan Akhtar Her heart bleeds, suffocates, eyes dry, face turned pale. The life is not less than burden for her. Very often she becomes aggressive on thinking of the tragedy she recently met. Her heart is infact injured the most, scars on her face are witness of it.   Though being talkative in the past, she now speaks little. Her ... Read More »