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Abdul Haq flags off second batch of trainees under Himayat

JAMMU, AUGUST 18 – Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj Law and Justice, Abdul Haq Khan today flagged off the second batch of trainees for skill training and assured employment under Himayat Scheme from Panchayat Bhawan, Jammu. The second batch of 157 trainees including 111 boys and 31 girls from three districts of Jammu division viz. Doda, Kishtwar and Kathua and ... Read More »

Two teenage Girls  Missing in Bandipora

    Kashmir convener news  Bandipora:- Two teenage girls in North Kashmir's Malangam area of Bandipora District have been missing from their respective residences  from past six days.  An official said that Shazia D/O Laldin Kisana resident of Muqam age about 14 years and Nigeena daughter of Abdul Rasheed Awaan residence of Malangam aged about 17 years went missing on ... Read More »

Hashmee Cricket club lifts CPL title by trouncing United Cricket Club

 Waheed Bhat  Bandipora: Late Shakir Memorial Chitternar Premier League 2017 concluded here today at Chitternar Sports Ground Bandipora, with Hashmee Cricket Club lifting the cup by defeating United Cricket Club by 91 runs. Raja Saleem, Dr.Khalid Ahmad and Ali Mohammad  were the chief guests  on the valedictory function. A total of 32 teams participated in the 20-20 over Chitternar Premier League and final match ... Read More »

See Kashmir not as a territorial dispute but as a human issue: Mirwaiz to India

‘Young, educated boys took to arms for resolution of the dispute’ Srinagar, Aug 18 (KNS): Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said that for the past 70 years people of Kashmir are born, raised, live and die with the fact that Kashmir is a disputed place waiting a final resolution and that fact has its foundation in the highest ... Read More »

GoI must file affidavit for Article 35A if PM has given assurance to CM: Opp

‘People, political parties are on same page’ Srinagar, Aug 18 (KNS): While the PDP-led government has Friday sent four ministers to New Delhi for garnering Centre’s support for Article 35 A, the opposition parties said the Government of India should file its affidavit in the Supreme Court if it is serious in protecting the Article. “The Government of India has not filed ... Read More »