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Daily Archives: May 8, 2016

Congress risking lives of Kashmiri students in other states: PDP

Giving communal color to NIT issue: Abdul Haq Lolab, May 08: Senior PDP Leader and Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice Abdul Haq Khan on Sunday accused opposition of risking the lives of Kashmiri students in other states of India by trying to give communal color to NIT issue. Terming the series of events as a ... Read More »

CM’s meetings with youth path breaking: MLA Wachi

“Youth empowerment is our agenda” Srinagar, May 8: Peoples Democratic Party legislator from Wachi and Youth General Secretary JK, Aijaz Ahmad Mir hailed as “historic” and “path breaking” chief minister Mehbooba Mufti’s meetings with youth delegations from different parts of the valley in Srinagar on Saturday. Mir said that the chief minister’s meetings with youth from the Valley were “historic”. ... Read More »

Mehbooba bats for cluster approach, tech centres to revitalize local industry

SRINAGAR, MAY 08, 2016 – Union Minister for MSME, Kalraj Mishra, called on Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, at her residence and discussed wide-ranging issues relating to ease of doing business for micro, small and medium enterprises in the state. Minister for I&C, Chander Parkash, Chairman, KVIC, V. K. Saxena and Union Secretary MSME, K. K. Jalan, were also present on the occasion.  ... Read More »

Employee Joint Action Committee castigates J&K Bank’s anti employee policies.

An extraordinary session of EJAC was convened at its central office Srinagar under the chairmanship of President EJAC, Mr Ab Qayoom Wani. The session was attended by all the central and provincial leaders. The session, among the other issues, discussed the policy of providing different loans by J&K Bank to the state employees. While addressing the session, the president said ... Read More »

Hospital turns battle field as Doctor, BMO lock horns over lack of anti- rabbies vaccine

SUHAIL RATHORE Bandipora, May 08: Bandipora District Hospital (DH) Saturday turned into a battle ground when two senior doctors locked horns and hurled abuses at each other. The crisis hit Bandipora District Hospital when Block Medical Officer (BMO) Bandipora allegedly confronted a doctor in the OPD when the later prescribed rabies vaccine, reportedly not available in the hospital, to a patient, ... Read More »