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Ahead of Pakistan Day, Hurriyat (G) leaders put under house arrest

‘Leaders are scheduled to visit New Delhi to attend the ‘Pakistan Day’ Srinagar, Mar 21 (KNS): Ahead of the ‘Pakistan Day’ celebration function on March 23 in New Delhi at Pakistan Embassy, Hurriyat (G) leaders said that they have been either put under house arrest or lodged in different police stations by the authorities. A Hurriyat (G) leader informed KNS ... Read More »

Terrorism has no religion: Dy CM

Hind Samachar Group organizes relief camp   JAMMU, MARCH 21: Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today said terrorism has no religion and the people involved in carrying out heinous crimes against humanity need to be condemned by every section of the society. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking after inaugurating a relief camp organized by the Hind Samachar group ... Read More »

Govt adopting aggressive approach towards resistance leadership: Hurriyat (M)

Condemns continuous house arrest of Mirwaiz Srinagar, Mar 20 (KNS): Asserting that government was adopting aggressive approach towards the resistance leadership, Hurriyat (M) spokesman has strongly condemned the continuous house arrest and imposition curbs on the social, political and religious activities of the amalgam Chairman, Dr Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. In view of the continuous house arrest of Mirwaiz, the spokesman ... Read More »

Condemns continuous house arrest of Mirwaiz Srinagar, Mar 20 (KNS): Asserting that government was adopting aggressive approach towards the resistance leadership, Hurriyat (M) spokesman has strongly condemned the continuous house arrest and imposition curbs on the social, political and religious activities of the amalgam Chairman, Dr Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. In view of the continuous house arrest of Mirwaiz, the spokesman ... Read More »

Chattisinghpora massacre: Sikh Body demands fresh probe

  Srinagar, March 20, CNS: After 17 years  the people of Jammu and Kashmir especially the Sikhs of the valley are still waiting for the justice and urge the state and central government to nab the culprits of Chattisinghpora massacre. It is unfortunate that the government is showing silence on an issue which was highlighted world over in March 20th, ... Read More »

CEO reviews preparedness for Anantnag Parliamentary Constituency

ANANTNAG, MARCH 19:     Chief Electoral Officer, Shantmanu, today convened a meeting here to review preparedness and security arrangements for forthcoming by-polls for 3-Anantnag Parliamentary seat. The meeting was informed that the constituency is spread over 4 revenue districts, 5 police districts and 16 assembly segments with a total of 1327638 voters, including 1495 service voters, for which 1635 polling stations ... Read More »

SRLM signs MoUs with 3 corporate houses for skilling, employing JK youth

NEW DELHI, MARCH 19: Jammu and Kashmir Government, through State Rural Livelihoods Mission (SRLM), today signed MoUs worth Rs 120.99 crore with three leading Mega Employing Agencies namely Apollo Medskills, Surya Wires Ltd and Manpower Group Services India Ltd for skilling the youth of J&K and their subsequent job placements within the country. The MoUs were signed for Himayat Scheme under ... Read More »

Guest Control order a step towards societal reform: Zulfkar Ali

  Seeks support of civil society for effective implementation JAMMU, MARCH 19- Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCS&CA), Mr. Zulfkar Ali on Sunday said ‘Guest Control’ order is a step towards social reform. Speaking at an interactive session with the representatives of various civil societies, the Minister said that people from all quarters have been complaining about the menace ... Read More »

Wani condemns police brutality against a photo journalist in Srinagar

Demands stern action against police officials involved in brutality Srinagar, Mar 18 (KNS): President employees joint action committee and chairman J&K teachers forum Abdul Qayoom Wani condemns the police brutality against Touseef Mustafa a senior photo journalist in Hyderpora Srinagar yesterday. In a statement issued to KNS, Wani urged upon the higher authorities to intervene in the matter and demands ... Read More »

Wakf Board alters rules to re-employ blue-eyed retired officials

Srinagar, March 17, CNS: Flouting all norms, Jammu Kashmir Muslim Wakf Board has re-employed blue eyed and retired officials from political background recently.      Reliable sources told news agency CNS that Muslim Wakf Board recently invited applications for the post of Account Officer and others. “According to Wakf Book Rules maximum age for re-employment is 62 years, while regular employees ... Read More »