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Daily Archives: June 17, 2016

Govt to probe Roopnagar, Nanak Nagar incidents: Abdul Haq

  Srinagar | June 17 (PTK): Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice, Abdul Haq, today said the Government will probe thoroughly and take action against the perpetrators of Roopnagar and Nanak Nagar incidents. The Minister was speaking in the House, while replying to the issue raised by some members. He said State Government will take strict action ... Read More »

KLF stages protests against govt’s ‘anti-Kashmir policies’

  Srinagar | June 17 (PTK): Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leaders and activists today organized various protests throughout the valley against construction of separate settlement colonies in the name of Kashmiri Pandits, separate colonies for ex-army men. Following the joint program announced by JKLF, Hurriyat (G) and Hurriyat (M), JKLF leaders and activists led by vice chairman advocate Bashir ... Read More »

Two local militants killed in Bomai encounter

Intense clashes in North Kashmir Srinagar, June 17, CNS: Two Hizbul Mujhadeen militants were killed in a fierce encounter in North Kashmir’s Sopore town of Baramulla district on Friday.     Police identified the slain militants as Imtiyaz Ahmed Lone son of Abdul Khaliq of Ussan Pattan and Altaf Ahmed Mir son of Abdul Rashid a resident of Bratkalan Sopore.     ... Read More »

“Teacher at DPS Srinagar forced to resign for wearing Abbaya”

 Sudents protest at DPS Srinagar Srinagar, June 17, CNS: Students from Delhi Public School located at Athawajan Srinagar staged a protest inside the school premises on Friday demanding recall of a lady teacher who according to protesting students was forced to resign for wearing Abaya (Hijab).     Insiders told CNS that students from all classes assembled in school premises and held a ... Read More »

Will Find out  why work is delayed in Saderkote Tourist Village:Naeem Akthar

Srinagar, June 17: Minister for Education Naeem Akthar today said he will enquire about the delay of works at tourist village Saderkoot in Bandipora district despite a project sanctioned already. Responding to a supplementary question  raised by MLA Bandipora Usman Majeed, Minister said he is aware about the village and is too concerned about the lack of development in this ... Read More »

Absconding EDI trainer from B’pora gets one year jail sentence in cheque bounce case

Court directs to attach the property of accused Srinagar, June 17: A local court today sentenced an absconding government employee from Bandipora to one year imprisonment with a fine of Rs 18 lakh in a cheque bounce ctime”. The court of 1st Additional Munsif awarded the sentence to Shams-ul-Haq Bhat son of Bashir Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Plan Bandipora in ... Read More »

Mirwaiz leads massive protests at Nowhatta, Warns govt against anti-Kashmir policies

  Srinagar | June 17 (PTK):  Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq today termed the proposed steps of the government of the creation of Sainik Colonies and new industrial policy as a ploy to facilitate the entry of non state subjects in J&K to change the demographic character as well as the disputed nature of the state. The Mirwaiz ... Read More »

Warden suspended for ‘physical assault’ on girl students

Srinagar | June 17 (PTK): The Director School Education Kashmir Shah Faisal today suspended a lecturer Dr. Shabnum, who is posted as a Warden at Gujjar Bakerwal hostel for allegedly physically assaulting the girl students living at the hostel here at Tulsi bagh. The suspension order, a copy of which is in possession of PTK, reads that pending enquiry into ... Read More »

‘Two retired chief justices and retired justice in the list’ Srinagar, Jun 17 (KNS): Finally, the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) is likely to get its Chairman as Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti will chair a meeting Friday evening here. Three candidates, including two retired chief justices- Nisar Ahmad Kakroo and Bilal Nazki- and retired justice Hakeem Imtiyaz- are in the ... Read More »