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Daily Archives: July 25, 2017

Zulfkar felicitates newly elected office-bearers of KEG

Welcomes reconstitution of Jammu Newspaper Editors Guild SRINAGAR, JULY 25: Minister for Information, Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali has felicitated the newly elected office-bearers of the Kashmir Editors Guild (KEG). The Minister extended his felicitations to Fayaz Ahmad Kaloo, Chief Editor, Greater Kashmir for being elected as the President of KEG. Chowdhary Zulfkar also felicitated Bashir Manzar, ... Read More »

VC, Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation calls on Governor

    SRINAGAR, JULY 25: Sh. Nizamuddin Bhat, Vice-Chairman, Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation, called on Governor N. N. Vohra at the Raj Bhavan. Sh. Bhat apprised the Governor about the steps under way for development and promotion of handlooms and handicrafts manufactured in the State, the production infrastructure available, the technical, financial and other facilities being made available to co-operatives, ... Read More »

Sustainable asset creation, skill enhancement key to MGNREGA success in Doda

169 culverts, 34 bridges, 142 ponds, 25 playfields constructed during last fiscal DODA, JULY 25: The developmental index in the Doda district is in upward swing as many key projects of public importance have come up during the last fiscal, after the direction by Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Abdul Haq to the RDD to focus on sustainable asset creation ... Read More »

Girl sets herself ablaze in Bandipora

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora, July: 25 A 15-year-old girl (name with held) sets herself ablaze in Garoora village of North Kashmirs Bandipora district on Tuesday morning, Aragam police said. Incharge Station House officer Aragam said that a 15 year old girl set herself ablaze after pouring kerosene oil over her body. She has been shifted to District hospital Bandipora where from she ... Read More »

Army orders Court of Inquiry in cops’ thrashing: Police

‘7 cops were thrashed by army in Ganderbal’ Srinagar, Jul 24 (KNS): Days after thrashing of policemen by army soldiers in Ganderbal, police Monday said that army has ordered a Court of Inquiry into the incident. Inspector General of Police, Munir Khan, said that the army has ordered a Court of Inquiry into the incident. According to KNS correspondent, Khan ... Read More »

Kashmir Law maker protest thrashing of cops by Army

Asks JKP to stop using force on their own people Srinagar, July 24, CNS: Kashmir legislator Engineer Rasheed Monday organized a strange protest, donned two of his bangaded party workers the uniform of Jammu and Kashmir Police, to depict the condition of those policemen who were thrashed by Army inside their police station in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district.     Eight ... Read More »

20 accused arrested over lynching of Kashmir DSP, says IGP, hails public response

‘Two LeT supporters identified in Amarnath pilgrim attack’ Srinagar, July 24, CNS: Police on Monday said that twenty accused have been arrested over the lynching of DySP Ayub Pandith in Nowhatta area of Downtown Srinagar.    Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Muneer Khan told reporters during a press conference in Srinagar that the investigation is going on in the case. ... Read More »

Funding ‘subversive’ activities NIA arrests 7 separatists

‘Arrrest illegal and revengeful’ JRL calls for shutdown Srinagar, July 24, : India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday arrested seven separatist leaders including National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmed Khan in connection with its probe into the funding of subversive activities in the Kashmir Valley, officials said.     Officials said that after arresting Bita Karate from New Delhi, NIA arrested six ... Read More »

Millitants attack Army Patrol Party in Bandipora

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora, 24 July: Suspected militants on Monday attacked an army patrol in Ajas area of Bandipora district in north Kashmir. A source said that army patrol party of 13 RR was attacked near the main market late in the night. “Suspected militants travelling in a Sumo fired 10-15 rounds on the patrolling party,” he said. The gunmen fled after carrying ... Read More »