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Daily Archives: November 6, 2017

CM chairs meeting of Administrative Secretaries

Asks Admn Secys to make sure budgetary allocations are fully utilised by fiscal end Jammu, Nov 06 (KNS): Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed all Administrative Secretaries to ensure that the budgetary allocations to their respective Departments are fully utilised by the end of current fiscal and in no case should any funds revalidation or lapses be allowed to happen. ... Read More »

For 4th consecutive year, Mirwaiz among 500 most influential Muslim personalities

It is acknowledgment of rightful and just struggle: Spokesman Srinagar, Nov 06 (KNS): Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Mohammad Umar Farooq has for the fourth consecutive time been chosen among the 500 most influential Muslim personalities across the globe by Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre (RISISC) Jordan and one among the five top most influential persons in the sub-continent. According ... Read More »

Now Court Judgments available at click of button

Abdul Haq inaugurates Law Deptt’s renovated library at Civil Secretariat Jammu, Nov 06 (KNS): Minister for Rural Development Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice Abdul Haq on Monday inaugurated the renovated library of the Department of Law here at Civil Secretariat. The renovation included updating of e-library that would make available court judgments at the click of the button. Law secretary Abdul Majeed ... Read More »

Under Z-security, Interlocutor Sharma reaches Kashmir

13 delegations meet him on day 1st Srinagar, Nov 06 (KNS): The Central government appointed interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma Monday reached Srinagar on his four day visit. During the visit, Sharma, the former IB Chief, will be meeting around 60 delegations. Sources told KNS, that on the first day around 13 delegations, which were all non-political, met him and put forth ... Read More »

SIE and DIETs should conduct trainings only: Farooq Tantray

JKReTTF flays policies viz-a-viz new classification in Kashmir division Srinagar, November 06: Describing the authority’s diktat on withholding of examination results uncalled for, the Jammu and Kashmir Rehbar-e-Taleem Teachers Forum (JKReTTF) has termed the role of DIETs most unfortunate.           In a press statement, JKReTTF Chairman Farooq Ahmad Tantray said that almost a month has passed since the annual exams in ... Read More »