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Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Geelani stresses international community to help people of J&K,

Warns Sushma Suraj, says unrealistic, improper rhetoric won’t help SRINAGAR | APR 06 (PTK): APHC Chairman Syed Ali Geelani stressed international community to take practical steps and help people of J& K   in their struggle for right to self-determination. Reacting to the Indian   response & denial against the statement of US representative in the UN, Nikki Haley, wherein she said ... Read More »

Rains Aftermath: Chief Secretary reviews situation with Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, DCs

 Asks administration to remain extra vigilant, keep public informed on hourly basis JAMMU, APRIL 6: Chief Secretary, B R Sharma Thursday afternoon held a video conference with the Divisional and District Administration, Kashmir to review the situation arisen due to incessant rains that have lashed the Kashmir Valley during past few days. Chief Secretary received brief from Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir and Deputy Commissioners ... Read More »

Inclement Weather: Police establishes helplines across valley

Srinagar | Apr 06 (PTK): In view of the inclement weather and prediction of rains and snowfall, Jammu and Kashmir police has established emergency help lines across the valley. Police has put its men on high alert to meet any possible challenge and eventuality and has established emergency control rooms in all the districts of the valley to provide help to the people ... Read More »

Floods and Water Logging: Govt takes measures when the roof leaks, Says Tarigami

Srinagar, April 6, CNS: Advising PDP led coalition government to come out of administrative inertia, CPI (M) senior leader and MLA Kulgam Muhammd Yousuf Tarigami Thursday urged Mehbooba Mufti to come to the rescue of the flood hit people of Kashmir Valley.      He urged Chief Minister to come up to expectations of the people and live up to her ... Read More »

Rains Aftermath: DC Kulgam reviews situation

KULGAM, APRIL 06: Deputy Commissioner Kulgam, Showkat Aijaz Bhat, today chaired a meeting to review the situation arising out of heavy rains and snowfall in the district. The meeting was attended by officers of Revenue, Police, SRDF, R&B, I&FC, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, PDD and other concerned Departments. Owing to the heavy water discharge in various water bodies in the district, ... Read More »

Implement Hill Council decision to make Leh organic certified district: Dorjay

LEH, APRIL 6: Minister for Cooperative & Ladakh Affairs Chering Dorjay today asked concerned to take concrete steps to implement the decisions taken by Hill Council to make Leh an organic certified district. The Minister said this during a meeting held with Chennai based multinational company Murugappa Group here. Addressing the meeting, the Minister said that the purpose of the ... Read More »

CM directs constitution of unified control room to monitor situation

Asks for clearing of all roads, patrolling of river banks, immediate drainage in waterlogged areas SRINAGAR, APRIL 06: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed immediate constitution of a unified control room to monitor the situation arising out of continued rains and snow in the Kashmir Valley for the past two days and take appropriate measures. She asked the divisional administration ... Read More »

Youth start #SaveChenabValley Campaign for better roads

Kishtwar, April 06:A group of youth from erstwhile district Doda which is also popularly known as Chenab valley have started an online campaign save:The Chenab valley to mobilise the public opinion regarding the dilapidated and tattered conditions of this serene valley,the inhabitants of which are worse sufferers of government apathy. The overall scenario of Chenab valley is in worst state ... Read More »

Tulip garden is safe, open for tourists

Some people are spreading wrong message about damage to Tulip flowers Srinagar, Apr 06 (KNS): Amid worries of flood in the Kashmir Valley due to fresh snow and rainfall, Tulip garden, which was thrown open for public this week is in full bloom and open for tourists. As per Director Floriculture, Kashmir, M.H.Mir, Tulip flowers are in excellent condition and ... Read More »

Teenager electrocuted at patten, 2 injured

SUHAIL RATHER (Ajas) Bandipora, April 6: A 19-year old boy was electrocuted and two others were injured when the vehicle they were travelling in came in contact with high tension wire near Goshbug.  Aqib Manzoor son of Manzoor Ahmad Rather Resident of Put Mohalla Ajas died of electric shock while two others were injured in the mishap. SSP Baramulla Imtiyaz ... Read More »