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Daily Archives: May 10, 2017

ISIS is a terrorist organization, says Lashkar-e-Toiba

Srinagar, May 10, CNS: LeT chief Mehmood Shah has said that they have nothing to do with ISIS.    “The allegation is completely baseless. In Jammu and Kashmir, ISIS is a part of RAW's plot to sabotage the freedom movement. ISIS is a terrorist organization founded and funded by India, America and Israel to disintegrate and kill Muslims in the world.” ... Read More »

2-day Police constable Recruitment rally held at Bandipora

  Waheed Bhat Bandipora, May 10: Hundreds of youth today participated in a police recruitment drive held in the Bandipora district of North Kashmir. Both girls and boys turned up for physical tests for 150 posts in the Jammu and Kashmir police which will conclude on Thursday. A large number of security forces were deployed in strength to ensure smooth conduct ... Read More »

Naeem Akhtar calls for revival of water transport

PWD Minister inaugurates workshop on Urban Mobility Transformation Solutions for Srinagar SRINAGAR, MAY 10: Minister for Public Works, Naeem Akhtar today inaugurated a day long workshop on Urban Mobility Transformation Solutions for Srinagar City organized by SMC Speaking on the occasion, Minister called for smooth mobility of transport for entire valley including Srinagar city and stressed on revival of traditional ... Read More »

Model nursery to be developed at Kralsangri: Lal Singh

Asks people to plant more trees for pollution-free Kashmir SRINAGAR, MAY 10: Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment, Choudhary Lal Singh today inspected various forest compartments and nurseries here at Kralsangri and interacted with locals. The Minister asked the Divisional Forest Officers (DFOs) to involve local people in the plantation drives in the area. He said Government is making all efforts ... Read More »

Students involvement in unrest – Governor discusses concerns with Education Minister

SRINAGAR, MAY 10: Governor N.N. Vohra, deeply disturbed by the series of recent reports on incidents involving students in situations leading to public disorder, has been repeatedly stressing his concern that the educational interests of the entire student community must be vigorously advanced and selfishly protected and, under no circumstances, should the future careers of the student community be allowed ... Read More »

Govt to facilitate speedy delivery of justice: Abdul Haq

                                                             Law Minister reviews status of criminal cases SRINAGAR, MAY 10: Minister for Rural Development Law and Justice, Abdul Haq, today said that the Government is committed to facilitate speedy delivery ... Read More »

Govt transferred SSP, SHO, a DySP was shunted for Pulwama College incident: Altaf Bukhari

Stresses on requisite parental control on student protests Srinagar, May 10 (KNS): Minister for Education Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Wednesday emphasised for requisite parental control so that the children in Kashmir do not get astray from their academic ambitions. The Minister was on a day long tour of Batmaloo constituency where he inaugurated the newly constructed building for Government High School ... Read More »

Is Farooq Abdullah playing a peacemaker in Kashmir?

‘His meeting with Modi has set political chatter in JK’ Srinagar, May 10 (KNS): Former Chief Minister and National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set the chatter among political circles in the state on whether the senior political leader is playing a “peacemaker” in the restive Valley. Farooq on Tuesday met Modi in New Delhi ... Read More »

Slapping 34th PSA on Masarat Alam state terrorism: Geelani

SRINAGAR | MAY 10 (PTK): Syed Ali Geelani, Wednesday termed as “state terrorism” the slapping 35th Public Safety Act on Muslim League chairman Masarat Alam Bhat. “Slapping Alam with another PSA is condemnable. Expressing his dismay over the silence maintained by human rights organization”, Geelani said it is simply state terrorism. Syed Ali Geelani while referring to prolonged and unlawful detention of Masarat ... Read More »

8 thousand jobless youth participates in police recruitment rally at Anantnag

  ANANTNAG | May 10 (PTK):  Thousands of jobless youth from south Kashmirs Anantnag district today participated in an police recruitment rally held at High ground Anantnag. "Eight thousand youth from Anantnag district including girls applied for the post of constable and today we start to conduct the tests of said posts" official said. He said that the recruitment will ... Read More »