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Daily Archives: January 4, 2017

Teachers can’t take up any assignment without permission: Govt

Supreme Court disposes of SLP No: 16885/2012 JAMMU, JANUARY 04:Following the disposal of SLP (Civil) No: 16885/2012 (CC 9115/2012) by the Supreme Court, the Jammu and Kashmir Government today ordered that no teaching faculty of the School Education Department shall take up any activity/assignment including teaching in a private institution or coaching centre. According to a detailed order issued by ... Read More »

Fake emotion shown in assembly: Hurriyat (M)

‘They never raise human rights issue of Kashmir’ Srinagar, Jan 04 (KNS): A meeting of Hurriyat (M) Executive Council headed by chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was held at his Nigeen Residence in which all the members of Executive Council or their Representatives participated. The Meeting took stock of the current political and movement related situation in Kashmir and discussed in ... Read More »

Golden chance to forge unity: Shah to separatists

‘Will sit together to take initiative regarding injured persons’ Srinagar, Jan 04 (KNS): Appreciating the role played by Kashmiris residing outside India, Chairman Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), and senior Hurriyat (G) leader, Shabir Ahmad Shah Wednesday said that it is a golden chance for them to forge unity. According to KNS Correspondent, addressing a presser here at his residence, Shah ... Read More »

J&K Bank RE result soon: Chairman

‘Delay creates concern among aspirants’ Srinagar, Jan 04 (KNS): The candidates aspiring for the post of Relationship Executives in J&K Bank whose interviews were held last year are concerned over the delay in the announcement of the final results. Aspirants told KNS that the process for the appointment of Relationship Executives (RE) in the Bank was held in April 2015, ... Read More »

1901 power transformers damaged since July 8: Govt

Srinagar, Jan 4, CNS: Government has said that 1901 power transformers have been damaged in many parts of the valley. The damages to transformers started after the killing of Hizb Commander Burhan Wani July 8. The data provided by the government said that in July 244 transformers were damaged, while in August and September the number surged to 281 and ... Read More »

Spurious drugs: SHRC seeks personal appearance of Commissioner Secretary

Srinagar, Jan 4, CNS: State Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to Commissioner Secretary to Government Health Department seeking his personal appearance for a complaint related to spurious drugs.      Earlier Jammu Kashmir People’s Forum through its Secretary General MM Shuja has filed a petition in State Human Rights Commission about the supply of spurious and sub-standard drugs in ... Read More »

DLSCC meeting held at Bandipora

Rs 32 lakh compensation, 2 jobs sanctioned BANDIPORA, JANUARY 04: A district Level Screening cum Coordination Committee (DLSCC) meeting was held today with District Magistrate, Bandipora Sajjad Hussain in chair. The committee discussed thread bare various cases and sanctioned Rupees 32 lakh in favour of eight cases under SRO 43 in lieu of Government employment. The committee also cleared two cases of SRO 43 ... Read More »

Hajj House to remain open on Jan 5

SRINAGAR, JANUARY 04:- According to the Hajj Officer, State Hajj Committee, the Hajj House Bemina shall remain open on January 05, 2017 despite holiday. The intending pilgrims of the Srinagar district and reserved category-A&B pilgrims of Kashmir Division can visit the Hajj House for receipt and issuance of Hajj Application form. Read More »

Failure of UN to implement its resolution painful: Geelani

Srinagar Jan 04 (PTK): Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesdays said that India cannot deny the legitimacy and authenticity of UN resolution as these stand witness that political destiny of Jammu and Kashmir is yet to be decided. UN resolutions form basics and guarantee the peaceful and amicable solution of issue as per aspirations of people of Jammu ... Read More »

On World Blind day, officials turn blind eye towards miseries of blinds

‘Neither Div Com nor any top official visits venue despite invitation’ Wahid Bhat Srinagar | Jan 04 (PTK): One World Blind day, which was today observed at Sri Pratap collage here in Srinagar, no official from government visited the venue to participate in the event organized by Jammu and Kashmir Welfare Association for Blind. During the event the Members of ... Read More »