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Daily Archives: May 1, 2016

Police to compile data of stone pelters, their motivators in Kupwara

‘Trouble mongers would be kept under strict surveillance’ Kupwara, May 01 (KNS): In wake of recent clashes and subsequent violence in Kupwara district that claimed lives of five civilians including a woman, police authorities Saturday formed a team of three officials to compile the data of stone-pelters, instigators and those who allegedly motivate them to resort to stone pelting in ... Read More »

JK food unit holders form body

CCFIK aims to make food industry vibrant Srinagar: With an aim to make food industry across Jammu and Kashmir more progressive and vibrant, Coordination Committee of Food Industry of Kashmir (CCFIK) has been formed According to CCFIK, people associated with the food industry have been asked to get in touch with their respective districts associates. The association has provided several ... Read More »

3 injured in Road accident in Bandipore

SUHAIL RATHORE Bandipora, May 01:-3 minors were injured in het another accident in Bandipora when a speedy scooty without number plate rolled down near Gund Dachina area of North Kashmirs Bandipora district . Rash driving is believed to have been a factor in a crash that injured scooty rider and two others in evening today at Nadihal Bandipora . Eyewitnesses ... Read More »

Ehsaas calls on Moulana Qasmi ahead of International Conference

Discusses issues of half widows Srinagar | May 1 (PTK): Ehsaas- a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) working on gender issues has called on rector Dar-ul-uloom Raheemiyah to discuss about various issues related to gender in the valley. A team of Ehsaas briefed Molvi Rehmatullah Mir Qasmi about the issues related to widows, half widows, orphans and half orphans in the valley. ... Read More »

Demarcation and fencing of forest land on priority: Ch Lal Singh

Kathua, May 1 : Minister for Forest, Ecology and Environment Ch Lal Singh , today stressed upon the officers of Forest department to  fulfill their  duty with a missionary zeal for protecting the  forests cover by proper demarcation and fencing to curb encroachments of  forest land. The Minister said this while  addressing a public grievances redressal camp at Kathua. Minister   directed ... Read More »

Haq convenes meeting with the officers of Prosecution wing

  Jammu, May 01:  Aiming at improving the quality of prosecution and trial in the court and for the logical conclusion of criminal cases, the Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice Abdul Haq Khan convened a meeting of officers of prosecuting wing of Jammu division. Among others,  the meeting was attended by Advocate General D ... Read More »

MoU signed for establishing IIT Jammu Dy.CM directs executing agencies for its timely completion

        JAMMU, MAY 01-In a major step towards setting of up Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at Jammu  an MoU was signed today in presence of Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh. The MOU was  signed by Secretary Higher  Education department Hemant Kumar Sharma and Director, IIT Delhi Prof. V Ramgopal Rao.   While congratulating the people of the State  the ... Read More »

Hurriyat leaders’ citizens of India, can meet any representative from any nation: GoI

New Delhi | May 01 (PTK): Government of India has said that leaders representing All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) are just like any other Indian citizen. “They can meet any representative from any nation in India, be it Pakistan itself. But if the Pakistanis decide to meet with them, the government (of India) would object on the grounds that such ... Read More »

Shelters to non-locals Aimed to change demography of J&K: Waza

Srinagar | May 1 (PTK): Senior Hurriyat leader and Jammu Kashmir Peoples League Chairman, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza on Sunday termed the settlement of non-locals in Kashmir a sinister design of Indian government to change the demography of state. Waza in a statement said that such policies are being framed to convert the Muslim majority state into a Hindu state just ... Read More »

JKCCS seeks investigation into role of SWC in Handwara molestation case

Srinagar| May 01 (PTK): JKCCS Sunday demanded investigation into the role of State Women’s Commission chairperson in handling the case of Handwara minor girl. “Ms Nayeema Mehjoor, Chairperson, State Commission for Women (SCW), has been seized of the case of the Handwara minor girl since 17 April 2016 when a member of the SCW met the girl and father at ... Read More »