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Bukhari launches Scanning, Digitization work of land records at Mhafiz Khana Srinagar

          SRINAGAR, APRIL 23: Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Syed Basharat Bukhari today launched the scanning and digitization work of land records at Central Revenue record office at Bemina Srinagar. Financial Commissioner Revenue Pramod Jain, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Dr Asgar Samoon, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Dr. Farooq Ahmad Lone besides other senior officers of the department were also present on the occasion. ... Read More »

KU VC highlights importance of book reading

Srinagar, Apr 23: Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi on Saturday highlighted role of technology in transforming modes and forms of book reading and called for “blending” classical library set-ups with demands of modern times. Speaking during a programme organized to mark ‘World Book and Copyright Day’, Prof Andrabi said: “The importance of traditional format of books ... Read More »

JK Govt mulls to set process rolling for female literacy mission laid down in Agenda of alliance

JAMMU, APRIL 23: Jammu and Kashmir Government is mulling to set the process rolling for the launch of its mission to attain 100% female literacy in the state by 2020- the target laid down in the Agenda of Alliance.           “To achieve this crucial goal, the education department has to come up with a workable plan based on structural approach. ... Read More »

Drug peddler booked under PSA,

Lodged in District jail Kathua Kulgam, April 22, CNS: Acting tough against drug peddlers, a notorious drug peddler was lodged in District Jail Kathua after booking him under PSA today. He was involved in spreading drug addiction in District Kulgam. A notorious drug peddler Reyaz Ahmad Wani son of Ghulam Rasool Wani resident of Bugam, who was involved in case ... Read More »

One killed two hurt after car collides with army vehicle in Pulwama

Altaf Bukhari grieved over accident Pulwama, April 22, CNS: A Bank employee from Raj Bagh Srinagar was killed while two others were wounded when a speedy Army vehicle hit an Alto car on way from Srinagar to Pulwama near Newa area on Friday.    Police sources told CNS that three persons including the driver of an Alto car (JK01A-3037) were ... Read More »

Hailstorm destroy crops in South Kashmir

Pulwama, April 22, CNS: The devastating hailstorms left behind a trail of destruction, leveling standing crops destroying apple and almond flowers on Friday in South Kashmir’s Pulwama and Kulgam districts.     Fruits as well as crops according to locals witnessed devastation. The hailstorm continued for at least 15 minutes leaving behind a trail of destruction. The worst affected villages were ... Read More »

DAK delegation meets Health Minister ,demands Blanket ban on private practice

Srinagar |Apr 22 (PTK): A delegation of Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) led by its President Dr Nisar ul Hassan today met Health and Medical Education Minister Bali Bhagat at his residence in Srinagar and expressed serious concern over lack of emergency and trauma care in peripheral hospitals because of which precious lives are lost. The minister was informed that it ... Read More »

Pellet guns continue to ruin life of Kashmiri youth’ Most of the pellets hit youth have lost eyesight: Report

Srinagar |Apr 22 : Use of purported ‘non-lethal’ weapon Pellet gun by state forces continues to haunt Kashmiri youth. The pellet gun is still a preferred weapon of the forces to quell the protests or to target the bystanders and other civilians. According Kashmir Rights Monitoring Centre (KRMC), it has acquired information through Right to Information Act (RTI), from SKIMS ... Read More »

Farooq Abdullah’s admission is the reason why India denies Plebiscite to Kashmiris : Er Rashid

Srinagar, April 24 :  AIP Supremo & MLA Langate Er Rashid while reacting to NC Patron Dr Farooq’s recent statement that Kashmiri’s love for Pakistan cannot be changed by giving them packages has said that Dr Farooq has said nothing new but confessed the fact what he has been denying all these decades . In a statement issued today, Er Rashid urged Dr ... Read More »

Mehbooba fixes targets to turnaround farming sector

JAMMU, APRIL 22, 2016 – Describing agriculture as the bright spot in state’s economy, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, Friday fixed achievable targets for a quick turnaround, aimed at making J&K self-sufficient in agriculture production. As a testament to the fertility of the land for certain kind of crops, she suggested popularizing the concept of model villages for basmati, mushkbudgi, apple, saffron and walnut to ... Read More »