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Info received from jails regarding plight of detainees is deeply disturbing: Mirwaiz

‘These detainees are not criminals’ Srinagar, Nov 10 (KNS): Addressing the Friday congregational gathering at the historic Jamia Masjid, Hurriyat (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said that the information received from jails regarding the plight of detainees is deeply disturbing and a matter of serious concern for the leadership and the people of Kashmir.  Mirwaiz said that the treatment meted out to ... Read More »

Haq Khan launches e-FMS under MGNREGA

New measure to benefit 20 lakh workers in JK; would disburse wage payments in real time JAMMU, NOVEMBER 10 – Taking a  step ahead in bringing transparency in the functioning of Rural Development Department and  disbursing the wages  to the beneficiaries under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), the Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj, Law and ... Read More »

Pregnant woman thrashed by govt employees’ stages protest

Srinagar, Nov 9, CNS: Approaching Chief Ministers Grievance Cell proved costly for a pregnant woman in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district as disgruntled government employees allegedly beat her to pulp at Municipal Council office.      Tasleema Siraj of Qazi Hamam Baramulla emerged at Press Enclave Srinagar on Thursday demanding action under law against the four employees of Municipal Council Baramulla who according to her ... Read More »

Bandipora missing lady traced within 08 hours after missing report was lodged: Police

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora, 09 November 2017: A lady who was missing from Aloosa area of Bandipora District has been traced out and handed over to her relatives, police said on Thursday. Husband of a lady reported in Police Station Aloosa that his wife was missing since 7th of this month, police said adding a missing report was lodged and manhunt headed by ... Read More »

Amid ban, sand mafia loot Rambi Ara stream in south Kashmir

‘Non-cooperation between various depts. a reason’ Srinagar, Nov 05 (KNS): Famous Rambi Ara stream which passes through twin districts of Shopian and Pulwama in south Kashmir is presently being looted by the local sand mafia as there is no check on them. The fast flowing stream rich in resources of stones, sand and boulders, is faces unabated loot as the ... Read More »

Nalbal fire-affected families provided immediate relief, shelter

SRINAGAR, NOVEMBER 05: Following an incident of fire that broke out at Nalbal, Nowshera, here Saturday morning, in which four residential houses were gutted, the affected, including nine families, were provided immediate relief and shelter by the Revenue department of the district on the directions of the Deputy Commissioner  Srinagar, Dr. Syed Abid Rashid Shah. The quick response by the Fire & ... Read More »

Haji Anayat concludes Zanskar tour; announces 20 solar water heaters for Rangdum, adjoining villages

  Takes appraisal of public grievances at Rangdum, Suru Valley KARGIL NOVEMBER 05: On the final day of his 4-day extensive tour of Zanskar Sub Division, Chairman Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali today announced 20 solar water heaters out of his CDF funds in favour of the villagers of Tashi Stongday, Shakma Karpoo, Rangdum and Rangdum Gonpa hamlets. The Chairman ... Read More »

Govt committed to provide clean drinking water supply in rural areas: Abdul Haq

 KUPWARA, NOVEMBER 05: Minister for Rural Development Panchayat Raj Abdul Haq on Saturday said the People in the rural areas especially women have suffered a lot in the past as they had to walk miles to fetch water despite scorching heat or chilling cold. He said the current dispensation   is committed to provide pure drinking water supply to them as steps are being taken ... Read More »

Follow 2003 ceasefire agreement in letter and spirit: Dr Farooq to India, Pak

  Starts his four day tour to north Kashmir Srinagar, Nov 04 (KNS): National Conference President and Member Parliament of Srinagar Dr. Farooq Abdullah Saturday called upon both India and Pakistan to take effective and urgent measures to restore peace along Line of Control (LoC). Asserting that the primary concern of both India and Pakistan must be to ensure safety ... Read More »

Erratic power supply cause of deep concern for people: Tarigami

  Immediate steps to be taken urgently to address this issue Srinagar, Nov 04 (KNS): CPI (M) senior leader and MLA Kulgam, Muhammad Yousuf Traigami Saturday with the onset of winter, the erratic power supply position in Kashmir has returned to haunt the people.  “In most parts of the valley, including the capital Srinagar, power woes have pushed the people to immense ... Read More »