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Daily Archives: November 29, 2016

Screening Test of RETs on Dec 24

  JAMMU, NOVEMBER 29: The Screening Test of the Rehbar-e-Taleems (RETs) is being conducted simultaneously at Jammu and Srinagar on 24 December 2016. “In continuation to the Government Order No: 184-Edu of 2016 dated: 24-05-2016, it is hereby ordered that the Screening Test of the RETs shall be held in Jammu and Srinagar on 24 December 2016,” reads an order ... Read More »

DIPR to accept Govt advertisements only on official email addresses

JAMMU, NOVEMBER 29: The Department of Information and Public Relations has asked all the Government Departments, Public Sector Undertakings, Autonomous Bodies, etc, to send the departmental advertisements/notifications for publication in the newspapers only on the official emails addresses of DIPR to facilitate smooth switch-over to online release of government advertisements. In a circular issued by the Director Information, Dr Shahid Iqbal ... Read More »

Governor voices grave concern over continuing attacks on Army camps 

JAMMU, NOVEMBER 29: After being informed about the attacks by Pak terrorists at Ramgarh and Nagrota early this morning Governor N. N. Vohra spoke with Lt. Gen D. S. Hooda, Northern Army Commander, Shri K. Rajendra, DGP, J&K; Lt. Gen A. K. Sharma, GOC XVI Corps; Maj Gen S. Sharma, GOC 26 Div and Shri D. K. Upadhyaya, IG, BSF ... Read More »

Governor congratulates Mansoor Hashim

JAMMU, NOVEMBER 29: Governor N.N. Vohra has congratulated Master Mansoor Hashim who won a gold medal in Asian Youth Karate Championship at New Delhi. In a message the Governor has conveyed his greetings and compliments to Mansoor, his parents and Coach Faisal Ali for the young boy’s outstanding performance and wished him high success in the World Karatey Championship which ... Read More »

Collection of fee by private schools: High Court issues notice

Srinagar, Nov 29, CNS: Jammu and Kashmir High Court has issued a notice in response to a petition challenging the ‘collection of fee by the private schools in Kashmir for the period they remained closed during the current unrest’, and directed the listing of the petition on Dec 6 in view of urgency expressed in the matter.     The petition, ... Read More »

OIC reiterates full support to Kashmiris’ right to self-determination

PTK Web Desk Srinagar | Nov 29 (PTK): Special Representative of the OIC Secretary General on Jammu and Kashmir Ambassador Abdullah Al-Alim has reiterated OIC’s full support to the people of Kashmir in their legitimate struggle for the fundamental right to self-determination. He was speaking at a Seminar and Photo Exhibition on Kashmir jointly organised at the OIC Secretariat and ... Read More »

SSA teacher face hard time as their 4-months salaries are still withheld

Mahnoor Butt Srinagar | Nov 29 (PTK): The teachers working under SSA wing of the education department are facing hard time as the department has not released their salary for the past four months. SSA teachers told PTK that teachers working in SSA line are going through very tough times given by the delay in release of their salaries. “Funds ... Read More »

Parents’ Association held protest against government’s silence on school fee issue 

Wahid Bhat Srinagar | Nov 29 (PTK): The Parents’ Association today staged a protest in Srinagar’s Press Colony, saying that the government was silent while the private schools were charging fees for the unrest months. Parents’ Association said that why is G N Var who claims himself to be the president “Private School Association” salient about this issue. Holding placards ... Read More »

MRI scanner at SKIMS develops fault, patients continue to suffer

Wahid Bhat Srinagar | Nov 29 (PTK):  Much needed in major hospitals like SKIMS, MRI scanner plays an important role in proper diagnosis and patient treatment particularly in traumatic cases. But at Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) hospital, patients continue to suffer due to non-functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner for the past six days. Patients blame hospital authorities ... Read More »

Another B’pora boy wins gold in karate

A seven-year-old Bandipora boy has won gold in Asian Youth Karate Championship beating his Sri Lankan rival. Earlier, a girl from the same district -Tajamul Islam  won a world championship in Italy. Hashim Mansoor won a gold medal by beating a Sri Lankan in finals at Talkatora stadium in New Delhi. Earlier, Mansoor defeated his Bhutanese and Malaysian rivals, said ... Read More »