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PCC Chief misleading people: Mansoor

‘Mir has demeaned his own party colleagues’ Srinagar, Nov 15 (KNS): Lashing out at the Pradesh Congress Committee President, G A Mir for his misleading statement regarding Chief Minister’s recent public outreach programme at Anantnag, Senior PDP leader Peerzada Mansoor Hussain Suharwardy today said that Mir has demeaned his own party colleagues by stating that it was PDP Durbar as ... Read More »

Research scholars protest demanding amendment in Rule 51of PSC

Srinagar, Nov 15, CNS: Research scholars from various Universities of Kashmir Wednesday staged a protest urging upon Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission to make amendments in the Rule 51 which according to protesting scholars is the biggest hurdle for them to secure jobs.     Large number of Research scholars carrying placards and banners assembled here in Press Enclave Srinagar.     “We ... Read More »

Mughal road closed for traffic after snowfall

Srinagar-Leh road opened for traffic Srinagar, Nov 15, CNS: The snowfall disrupted traffic movement on the Mughal road on Wednesday morning while traffic was restored on Srinagar-Leh road after remaining closed for several hours due to snowfall at Sonmarg and Zojilla pass.     A traffic police official said that due to snowfall, the traffic on 343 km Srinagar-Leh highway was suspended on Wednesdaymorning due ... Read More »

Nocturnal blaze partially damages Khanqah-e-Moula shrine

Congress demands probe Srinagar, Nov 15, CNS: A nocturnal blaze damaged one of Kashmir's holiest Muslim shrines, the "Khanqah-e-Moula", in old Srinagar city.     Fire tenders were rushed to the spot soon after receiving news about the fire during the night and doused the flames before the blaze could cause any major damage to the shrine, said police.    A police ... Read More »

Time to reverse extension of Central Laws to J&K: Dr Farooq

  ‘Status-quo on Kashmir against interests of both India and Pakistan’ Srinagar, Nov 15 (KNS): National Conference President and Member of Parliament, Dr. Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said the time had come to start reversing the extension of all Central Laws that were extended to J&K after 1953 in continuation of the spirit of the State’s unique political arrangement with the rest ... Read More »

B’Pora admin retrieves 55 Kanals of Kahchraie land

Nadihal(Bandipora), November 15: In connection with the drive against illegal encroachments , the enforcement team headed by Tehsildar Bandipora  Mubashir Saleem Nazki launched an anti-encroachment dive in Bandipora and freed Fifty five Kanals of Kahchraie land from encroachment at Nadihal village of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district. During the drive, hundreds of illegally grown trees were axed on spot by the ... Read More »

SHRC asks its SP to probe civilian killings on poll day on Sgr Parl segment

M.M.Shuja has filed complaint before SHRC for probe Srinagar, Nov 15 (KNS): The State Human Rights Commission today ordered investigation by its own SP into the killings of civilians in April during poll day of parliamentary elections in Budgam and Ganderbal. SHRC Chairman Justice Bilal Nazki today directed that the since the authorities have failed to order investigation into the ... Read More »

Court directs police to file FIR against DC Shopian for ‘assaulting’ civilian

Applicant alleged assault by DC Srinagar, Nov 15 (KNS): A local court in Shopian Wednesday directed police to register FIR against Deputy Commissioner Shopian after a civilian alleged that the officer assaulted him. Judicial Magistrate Shopian, Adil Mushtaq, directed the SHO Shopian to file FIR against Muhammad Aijaz (deputy commissioner Shopian) and investigate the matter himself. The applicant Sajad Ahmad Dar has ... Read More »

Mirwaiz visits Khanqah, takes stock of damage caused to Kashmir’s venerated spiritual centre

  SRINAGAR, NOV 15 (PTK): Mutahida Majilis-e-Ulema head Mirwaiz Umar Farooq visited in the morning Kashmirs most revered and sacred shrine of Shah-e-Hamdan (RA) at Khankha-e-Moula here in the wake of mid-night blaze at the shrine that left the main minaret completely damaged. Mirwaiz expressed his shock and sorrow over the damage caused to the shrine by the fire incident that ... Read More »

Girls Higher Secondary School Bandipora releases newly designed prospectus

   Bandipora, Nov 15:  Government Girls Higher Secondary school on Tuesday released a newly designed prospectus in its school auditorium in presence of officers, civil society members, and students during grand function.           The prospectus was released by Deputy Commissioner Bandipora Sajad Hussein who was Chief Guest on the occasion. Among the others who were present on the occasion include ... Read More »