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Daily Archives: May 13, 2016

Mufti Sb’s vision for developing Srinagar on modern lines to be realized soon: Veeri

Visits Athwajan-Pantha Chowk crossing, directs to removal of bottlenecks Srinagar, May 13: Minister for Public Works and Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri Friday said that government is committed to ensure sustainable infrastructural development across the State especially in Srinagar City, adding that the vision of former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for developing Srinagar City on modern lines would be ... Read More »

Nurses pitch for demands, ending disparity

Their grievances would be looked into: Asiya Naqash Srinagar, May 13 (KNS): Nurses in Government Medical Colleges and its associated hospitals have pressed for their long-pending demands, including doing away with pay anomalies, nonpayment of non practicing allowances and other issues. The nursing staff demanded that the government should end their grade disparity with SKIMS counterparts and pay Non Practicing ... Read More »

Decision to notify ‘Bajpathree’ as firing range lies with J&K Government

Reply of Army to National Green Tribunal: Srinagar, May 13, CNS: With regard to non-availability of any firing range in Jammu and Kashmir, Indian Army has castigated State Government by stating that after the clearance of Tosa Maidan Field Firing Range (TFFR), a large number of restrictions have been imposed on the Indian Army with respect to availability of ranges in ... Read More »

‘No construction allowed in Gulmarg: Mir

BARC advertisement ‘misleading’ Srinagar, May 13, CNS:  In reaction to the reports that Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) is planning to construct staff quarters near one of its laboratories located in Gulmarg and has even invited bids for it, Chief Executive Officer Gulmarg Development Authority Friday made it clear that they have not permitted BARC to go for any construction ... Read More »

Malik vows to fight against proposed Sainik, Pandit colonies

Srinagar, May 13, CNS: Asking State Government to clear the air about its proposed plan of setting up of separate colonies for migrant Pandits in Kashmir Valley, Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik Friday warned that it will have serious ramifications if “Israeli’ type settlements are created in Valley.     Addressing a jam packed press conference here in ... Read More »

Civil Society members hit roads against dilapidated Bandipora-Srinagar road

Threats agitation if Govt fails to macdamize it Waheed Bhat Bandipora, May 13: – The members of Civil Society and Citizens council Bandipora today staged protest demonstration at Bandipora against dilipitated condition of Srinagar-bandipora road. Protesters where demanding immediate Macadamization of  Bandipora-srinagar road which according to them is in dilapidated condition since decades. The members shouted slogans against the authorities ... Read More »

Div Com flags-off bus service to Gurez

          SRINAGAR, MAY 13: The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon, today flagged-off bus service for the remote area of Gurez in Bandipora district.           While flagging-off the 25-seater bus the Div Com said the administration is taking steps to make the journey risk-free and will further take steps to ease the travel on the road.           On the ... Read More »