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Daily Archives: June 16, 2016

Encouraging Sports Talent Priority Of Present Govt.: Ansari

55 Student Players Felicitated  Srinagar June 16: In order to acknowledge the sports talent of young student players of District Srinagar, Minster for IT, TE and Youth Services & Sports Molvi Imran Raza Ansari today gave away trophies and cash prizes to 55 such student players who represented J&K state in 61st National School Games during 2015-16 in different team ... Read More »

Lal Singh asks stone crusher, brick kiln, hot mix plant owners to implement pollution control measures

SRINAGAR, JUNE 16:  Minister for Forests, Environment and Ecology, Choudhary Lal Singh, today said the owners of Stone Crushers, Brick Kiln and Hot Mix Plants in the State have been asked to implement pollution control measures, failing which their units shall be closed. The Minister said this while replying to the discussion on the issue raised by Mr. Naresh Kumar ... Read More »

Govt strict to check illegal mining, excavation: Farooq Andrabi

Minister of State for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Power Development, Industries & Commerce Syed Farooq Ahmad Andrabi today, replying to a question of Vibodh Gupta, informed the House that the Government has taken various steps to check illegal mining and excavation.  Syed Andrabi said the officials are deployed in each district to keep strict vigil ensuring that no person ... Read More »

244 AMO posts sanctioned in Health Deptt: Basharat Bukhari

SRINAGAR, JUNE 16:-Minister for Revenue, Relief & Rehabilitation, Syed Basharat Bukhari today, replying on behalf of Health Minister to a question of S. Charanjeet Singh, informed that there are 244 sanctioned posts of Ayurvedic Medical Officers (AMOs) in Health Department,  of which 199 are in position and remaining 45 posts have been referred to recruiting agency for selection of suitable ... Read More »

144 schools notified under Chief Minister’s Model School Scheme:  Bukhari

RMSA launched to minimise GER in schools Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Syed Basharat Bukhari on behalf of Education Minister, today informed the House that to minimize the gap of General Enrollment Ratio (GER), Centrally Sponsored Scheme RMSA has been launched in the State with the objective to provide a secondary school within a reasonable distance of any habitation. ... Read More »

Govt suspends two teachers posing as journalists

SRINAGAR, June 15: Two teachers were suspended on Thursday for duping general public by projecting themselves as journalists. The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) ordered the suspension of two teachers including one Rehbar-e-Taleem (ReT) and one Regularized ReT teacher working in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district. The teachers have been identified as Syed Tahir Bukhari and Reyaz Ahmad ganai “Pending inquiry ... Read More »

Protests erupt in Bpora against encroachment of Kahchrai land

Protest enrupted at Khanpora Nadihal Bandipora. SUHAIL RATHORE (Nadihal)Bandipora, June 16:protests erupt in Bandipora against encroachments of Kahchrai land at Nadihal . Demanding eviction of Kahchrai land from encroachers, Protesters  assembled near petrol pump Nadihal and blocked Bandipora Srinagar road leading to traffic jam for hours. Protesters demand that their Kahchraie land be freed from encroacher. Assistant Commissioner Revenve Masarat ... Read More »

MCB daily Wagers protest against non payment of salary

Waheed Bhat Bandipora, June 15:- A day-long protest dharna against non-payment of wages from 6 months was staged by daily wage workers (working as sweepers) of Municipal Committee Bandipora here In North Kashmirs Bandipora district today. Scores of daily wage workers of Municipal Committee department assembled at Mc office and staged  protest against the department and government for failing to ... Read More »

Who will save Bandipora, Gurez forests from BRO devastation?

  Illegally installs 3 crusher units, 2 mixing plants and 2 macadam plants in forest zone Mir Tariq Gurez (Bandipora), Jun 14: The onslaught on Bandipora and Gurez forests began with the 330 Megawatt Hydro Electric Power Project and its poisonous operations and now it is the Border Roads Organization polluting the fragile environment and forest ecology in the Gurez known ... Read More »