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23 students coached by Waqf Board qualify KAS prelims

            SRINAGAR, MAY 01: As many as 23 students coached by Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board in its ‘Residential Civil Services Coaching’ programme have qualified Kashmir Administrative Service preliminary examination.           A total of 34 students were imparted training during the 70-day programme. All the expenses including boarding and lodging of trainees were borne by the Waqf Board.           ... Read More »

Asiea lauds role of sweepers in ensuring cleanliness

            SRINAGAR, MAY 01: Minister of State for Housing & Urban Development Social Welfare, Health & Medical Education, Asiea Naqash, Monday lauded the role of sweepers (safai karmacharis) in ensuring and maintenance of cleanliness in the society.             The Minister stated this today at a ‘Bada Khanna’ (big feast) function held on the banks of river Jhelum View Park which ... Read More »

Abdul Haq reviews functioning of Rural Development Department

            SRINAGAR, MAY 01: Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice, Abdul Haq Khan, today convened a meeting to review the functioning of the Rural Development Department (RDD), Kashmir. The meeting was attended by Director RDD, Kashmir, Gazanfar Ali, Director Rural Sanitation, Abdul Rehman Gassi, and other senior officials of the Department. During the meeting, the Minister ... Read More »

Govt fails to put an end to cycle of death: Sagar

Srinagar, May 01 (PTK): National Conference Monday expressed dismay over the continuous and unrelenting cycle of death in the valley and blamed the ruling coalition of PDP BJP for failing to safeguard the lives of innocent civilians.   In a statement issued to PTK from party headquarters, National conference General Secretary, Ali Mohammad Sagar condemned the killing of 65 year ... Read More »

Mehbooba conducts surprise late night visit of city areas

Directs officers to urgently improve service delivery SRINAGAR | May 01 (PTK): Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti conducted a surprise visit of various areas of Srinagar city late last night to take an on the spot appraisal of the various services delivered by concerned Departments to the city dwellers and to check the on ground presence of these Departments in these areas. ... Read More »

Kulgam attack: Hizb claims responsibility

‘Says we didn’t kill bank employees’ Srinagar, May 1, CNS: Militant outfit Hizbul Mujhadeen has claimed the responsibility of deadly Kulgam attack in which five police men and two bank employees were reportedly killed.     A JK Bank van was attacked near Pombai village on Monday.     Burhanuddin, Operational Spokesperson Hizbul Mujhadeen told news agency CNS that the attack was carried ... Read More »

Two soldiers killed in ‘Pak rocket attack’

  Poonch, May 1, CNS: Indian Defese establishment Monday said that Pakistan Army killed two of its soldiers and mutilated their bodies in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.     Reports said that that army JCO and a BSF head constable were killed as Pakistan fired rockets at a forward defence location (FDL) post of the paramilitary force along the LoC ... Read More »

Chief Minister strongly condemns killing of police personnel, bank officials

  SRINAGAR, MAY 01: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has strongly condemned the killing of five police personnel and two bank officials of a cash van who were killed today by unknown assailants at Pombai village of Kulgam district. In a statement, the Chief Minister said the officials were on duty to disburse and collect cash at a local bank branch ... Read More »

Police public meet held in Aragam Bandipora

SUHAIL RATHER Aragam(Bandipora) May, 01:  A police public meeting was today organized by Police Station Aragam in north Kashmir's Bandipora District. The meeting was attended by over 250 people hailing from Nadihal, Gundpora, Saderkoot, Chitteybandy, Gund-dachina and Aragam.  The participants while interacting with the seniors police officers of the area raised various issues and demands of public intrest. The  meeting ... Read More »