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Daily Archives: May 28, 2016

Teachers custodians of future generation: Naeem Akthar

Srinagar, May 28: Minister for Education Mr. Naeem Akthar today said that teachers hold an exalted position in the society as they are custodian of the future generation and the natural respect does not require any formal conferment.           The Minister was replying to a question by Vinod Gupta in the Upper House today.           Mr. Naeem Akthar informed the ... Read More »

High density scheme formulated for horticulture: Veeri

1.21 lakh high density apple plants imported from Italy          Minister for Public Works (R&B) Abdul Rehman Veeri today said that Government is committed to shift from conventional farming to high tech farming to increase the horticulture production in the State. Replying to a question by Zafar Iqbal Manhas, Mr. Veeri, on behalf of Minister for Agriculture, informed the House that ... Read More »

Unauthorized clinics, diagnostic labs to be closed: Bali Bhagat

15 hospitals provided with CT scan facilities SRINAGAR, MAY 28- Minister for Health & Medical Education Bali Bhagat today said that government will soon take action a unauthorized clinics and diagnostic labs in the state. The Minister was replying to a question by Ashok Khajuria. The Minister informed the House that district hospitals in the state are already being equipped ... Read More »

74.13 lakh souls covered under NFSA: Zulfkar

Minister for CA&PD, Ch. Zulfkar Ali informed the House that 74.13 lakh population of the State is being provided food grains at a highly subsidized rate of Rs. 3 and Rs. 2 for rice and wheat respectively. He said that approximately 95% of the entire population of the State as per census 2011 comprising of 119.13 lakh souls are covered ... Read More »

Govt has no proposal to waive off ACC loan: Chander Prakash

Srinagar, may 28: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Prakash Ganga today said that there was no proposal under government consideration to waive off Artisan’s Credit Card loan on the analogy of Kissan Credit Card where there is interest subvention of 10 per cent. Replying to a question by Abid Hussain Ansari, the Minister said that the ‘Artisan’s Credit Card ... Read More »

Govt to frame comprehensive policy for regularization of un-authorized colonies: Dy CM

Srinagar, May 28: Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh today said that the government would frame a comprehensive policy within six months for regularization of unauthorized colonies in the State. The Deputy Chief Minister was replying to supplementaries raised by some members on the question asked by Sat Paul Sharma. Earlier, replying to the main question, the Deputy Chief Minister informed that ... Read More »

Rs. 321.948 cr incurred as cash assistance for Kashmiri Migrants: Bukhari

SRINAGAR, MAY 28- Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Syed Basharat Bukhari today informed the House that government has incurred Rs 321.948 crore on account of providing cash assistance to Kashmiri migrants from March 2014 to April 2016, adding that an amount of Rs 18.76 crore was also incurred for providing food grains to the migrants registered under relief category ... Read More »

I will bring back Kashmiri migrant Pandits: Mehbooba

‘No land, no direction given for identifying land for Sainik colonies’ Srinagar, May 28 (KNS): Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Saturday said that her government will bring back Kashmiri migrants Pandits and no direction has been given for identifying and for Sainik colonies. “I will bring back Kashmir Pandits. And they will live with us together. We will build transit accommodation ... Read More »

Time for JK to begin a new journey with a new hope: Mehbooba

‘National consensus on JK first time since independence; Implementation of Agenda of Alliance has begun; Will try to get back what was bartered for power over the years’ CM says give her some time, will show results; Pitches for revival of Indo-Pak peace process SRINAGAR, MAY 28: Maintaining that the challenge in dealing with the situation in Jammu and Kashmir ... Read More »

Abdul Haq calls for enhancing cyber security in JK to deal with cyber crimes

SRINAGAR, MAY 27: Minister for Rural Development, Law and Justice Abdul Haq today said the law enforcement agencies are required to have a dependable capacity to deal cyber crimes. Speaking during the concluding session of a workshop on cybercrime Awareness for law Enforcing Agency, Abdul Haq said the state has faced many situations since last three decades and in present ... Read More »