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Daily Archives: May 19, 2016

Return of Kashmir Pandits

We are open to debate on return of Kashmiri Pandits: Govt Srinagar, May 19 (KNS): The government Thursday said that separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits are not possible in Kashmir and the Pandits have to live within the society, but said that it wants a debate over the issue. “Government is trying for dignified return of Kashmir Pandits. And if ... Read More »

“Geo Special Information Regulation Bill”

JK is not anybodies personal property: Geelani Srinagar, May 19 (KNS): Commenting over the India’s ‘draft bill that imposes fine and imprisonment for not showing Kashmir as part of its map’, Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani said that Jammu & Kashmir is not anybodies personal property, this state belongs to the people of this land and they only are ... Read More »

CM carries out extensive tour of Anantnag

Mehbooba inaugurates STP at Pahalgam, lays foundation of 1MGD Kehribal WSS Anantnag, May 19 (KNS): In a major fillip to the famous health resort of Pahalgam, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, inaugurated the 2MLD Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) and an artificial ice skating rink, here today. She also laid the foundation stone of 1MGD Water Supply Scheme at Kehribal during her ... Read More »

Div Com directs removal of Russian Poplars on war footing

  Axing of poplars to be monitored on daily basis Srinagar | May 19 (PTK): To stem the rising rate of allergy and infection due to pollens released by female species of Russian Poplars, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Dr Asghar Hassan Samoon today ordered the removal of all such trees across the valley on war footing basis. The Divisional Commissioner received ... Read More »

1100 Kgs of mangoes ripened by harmful chemicals destroyed

Jammu | May 19 (PTK): A team of Food Safety Officers headed by Assistant Commissioner Food Safety District Srinagar today destroyed 1100 kgs of mangoes that were found to be treated with a harmful chemical Calcium Carbide for quick ripening. The team raided Parimpora Mandi and inspected stock of various Wholesale Fruit dealers. During the inspection some of them were ... Read More »

  ‘Rebuked’ by Minister, Pattan traders blocked road for hours

Pattan, May 19, CNS: Traders community from North Kashmir’s Pattan townThursday blocked Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road for hours after Minister of State for Health Aasiya Naqash according to them rebuked a trader when he tried to oppose the Minister’s order to get the Sub-District Hospital shifted to Trauma Hospital Pattan.     Eyewitnesses told CNS that MoS Health Aasiya Naqash was aghast to ... Read More »

Map Row: India can’t change the disputed status of Kashmir: Geelani

Srinagar, May 19, CNS: Commenting over the India’s ‘draft bill that imposes fine and imprisonment for not showing Kashmir as part of its map’, Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Geelani said that Jammu & Kashmir is not the personal property of any body. “This state belongs to the people of this land and they only are authorized to ... Read More »

Backdoor appointments by former Assembly Speakers: Court directs SVO to file ATR on the findings of preliminary inquiry

  Jammu, May 19, CNS: In a significant order Justice B.S. Walia of Jammu Kashmir High Court (Jammu Wing) in the much publicized writ petition filed by Prof. S.K. Bhalla seeking registration of FIR against 3 Ex-Speakers of J&K Legislative Assembly for making 37 illegal appointments in the J&K Legislative Assembly Secretariat, in the open court directed Inspector General of ... Read More »

Construction of flats on Agricultural land by Rajsthan based company: Court directs Govt to clear position 

Jammu, May 19, CNS: Jammu Kashmir High Court Thursday issued notices to different heads of the government departments directing them to clear their position with regard to conversion of Agriculture land illegally into commercial one.     Former legislative council member Murtaza Khan had filed a petition in Jammu High Court submitting that a Rajhstan based construction company ‘Adarsh Builders Limited’ ... Read More »

Disparity in Pay Scale: Clerical Association Bandipora Organises Protest Programme

SUHAIL RATHORE Bandipora, May 20:-All Jammu Kashmir Ladakh Clerical Association today organises a protest programme with regard to the disparity in pay scales of clerks. All the clerks from different departments participated in the programme. The procession was lead by president Employees Joint Action Committee Peerzada Mohammad  Sharif Shah. The protesters marched from Bandipora Stadium and raised slogans in favour ... Read More »