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Fish production touches 22068 quintals in Bandipora

          BANDIPORA, FEBRUARY 02: Fish production reached 22068 quintals in Bandipora district last year, while as efforts are afoot to increase the production and improve the socio-economic conditions of fishermen, this was stated during a function today organized by the Fisheries Department here. The District Development Commissioner Bandipora presided over the function, which was also attended by Additional Deputy Commissioner, ... Read More »

Ajas shuts to remember 1992 “Massacre”

27 years on, victims cry for justice Waheed Bhat Bandipora:-The residents of Ajas village of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district today observed the 27th anniversary if the killing of six civilians killed by Border Security Forces in the village in  1992. On February01, Indian paramilitary troops of BSF opened fire on civilians killing 6 of them while injuring dozens others. Recalling ... Read More »

23 KM road macadamized in Sonawari: Hanjura

Minister for Agriculture Ghulam Nabi Hanjura today informed the Legislative Council that 23.25 Kilometer road has been macadamized in Sonawari constituency of Bandipora district since 2015-16 till date. Replying to a question by Yasir Reshi , the Minister, on behalf of Minister for R&B , also informed that state has recommended 107 road projects for funding under NABARD in the ... Read More »

Ajas Bandipora shuts to mourn 1992 killings

Waheed Bhat Bandipora:-A complete shutdown is being observed in Ajas area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district against civilian killings. Six civilians were killed by BSF when they laid crackdown in the area in 1992 on  February 1st  and asked inhabitants to assemble in lawns of Jamia Masjid when they resisted BSF fired upon in which six civilians were killed. Due ... Read More »

Srinagar-Bandipora road dangerous for pregnant women

Docs advise expecting mothers to avoid travel on the road Sheikh Saleem Bandipora, January 31: When a former Deputy Commissioner, Bandipora, Shah Faesal, coined a slogan “Tourists come to Srinagar, travellers visit Bandipora,” he knew only travellers can bear the miseries of the road which leads to the town, tourists won’t bother to travel on this dilapidated road. The condition of ... Read More »

Govt slaps PSA on another youth in Bandipora

Bandipora,  January 31: Amid criticism over rampant use of draconian  laws against public,  District administration Bandipora today booked a youth under PSA. Police sources said Mohammad Iqbal  Wani S/O Ali Mohammad Wani was allegedly involved in stone pelting related incidents during the 2016 agitation. Wani has been detained and has  been sent to Kot Balwal Jail Jammu.   Read More »

Lone seeks CM’s intervention on review of PSAs

‘Asks officers to stop backdoor engagement of SPOs’ Jammu, Jan 28 (KNS): Senior National Conference leader and MLA Sonawari Mohammad Akbar Lone here on Saturday sought immediate review of PSA cases and directions to District SPs for stopping backdoor engagement of special police officers on the recommendations of MLAs forthwith. According to KNS Correspondent covering the assembly proceedings, speaking on ... Read More »

PDP workers meet in Bandipora to thank CM 

Waheed Bhat Bandipora:Peoples Democratic Party Zone Bandipora today held a workers meeting at PDP Office Bandipora to thank Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for appointing senior leader and party General Secretary Nizamuddin Bhat as Vice-Chairperson of Horticulture Board. The meeting was held under the leadership of party Zone President,Mohammad Amin Mir and Constituency In-charge,Inamul Haq Bhat. Speaking on the occasion,  Constituency Incharge,Inamul ... Read More »

Avalanche hits Neeru village of Gurez, damages houses

KC NEWS Bandipora, Jan 28: Avalanches continue to wreak havoc in Gurez valley as three more houses were damaged in yet another avalanche that hit Neeru Village in Tulail region of Gurez valley. Reports say that  the houses belonging to Manzoor Ahmad Lone, Mohammad subhan Lone and Abdul Rashid Lone  got completely damaged after an avalanche hit the Neeru village. ... Read More »

PDP Bandipora thank Chief Minister for appointing Bhat as VC Horticulture Development Board 

Bandipora, January : PDP Bandipora wing on Friday thanked Chief Minister Mehooba Mufti for appointing Senior PDP leader and party General Secretary Nizam-ud-din Bhat as Vice-Chairperson Horticulture Development Board. Bandipora Constituency in-charge Inam-ul-haq Bhat and PDP Zone President Muhammad Amin Mir thanked Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for appointing Nizam-ud-Bhat as vice-chairman Horticultute Development Board. “We are thankful to Mehbooba ji for ... Read More »