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Panchayats, civic body polls in April: Mufti

  CM promises new development era in Jammu Kashmir Convener News Jammu, Oct 16: Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Friday reiterated his resolve to hold elections to local self-government institutions saying he is committed to transfer power to the grassroots level. “The panchayats and civic body polls will be held in April next year, which will enable these institutions become ... Read More »

JKVHA organises Mental Health Day in Srinagar

KC Bureau Srinagar, 15th Oct: Jammu and Kashmir Voluntary Health Association (JKVHA) on Thursday held an awareness programme at Pandrethan for creating mental health awareness amongst the people. JKVHA has been working in the State since 1999 for raising various health issues and providing community health services to the poor people living in un-reached areas of the Valley, through grass-root level ... Read More »

Drabu proposes 2016-17 Budget presentation in January, Mid-term review in August

Asks Administrative Secretaries to come up with productive expenditure framework; ‘JK to have new economic policy in place’ KC BUREAU SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 15: In a significant initiative aimed at initiating public expenditure reforms and ensuring effective management of resources, Minister for Finance, Labour & Employment, Dr Haseeb Drabu has announced advancing of budget presentation for the next financial year so ... Read More »

AMK organizes extension lecture at DPS Budgam

Students asked to adopt mother tongue in day to day life Srinagar Oct 15: Adbee Markaz Kamraz (AMK) Thursday organized an extension lecture on Kashmiri language at Delhi Public School (DPS) Budgam attended by the students and the staff of the school. Delivered by noted writer and historian Prof Farooq Fayaz, it was the second part of the series started by ... Read More »

JOURNALISM STUDENTS, CUK, DEMAND PROBE INTO MEDIA INTERNSHIP CERTIFICATES

KC News SRINAGAR, October 10: A group of students from Department of Convergent Journalism, Central University of Kashmir who got their 4th semester results on Wednesday demanded that an independent committee should be set up by the Vice chancellor to check validity of the media internship certificates submitted by the students. “Many of our batchmates had done no internships…coordinator was well aware ... Read More »

Javed Musarrat appointed VC BGSB

KC Bureau SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 15 – Prof. Javed Musarrat, Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), has been appointed as the new Vice Chancellor of the Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajouri. Orders to this effect were issued today by the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, who is the Chancellor of the University. The appointment has been made ... Read More »

Govt against banning liquor in J&K

Ban will give birth to underground liquor mafias It will cause loss of Rs 800 Cr to state exchequer annually Sheikh Saleem Srinagar, Oct 14:  The J&K government has told the High Court that it is impossible to impose ban on the sale of liquor in the state. In a status report filled before the court, government said from time ... Read More »

Govt against banning liquor in J&K

Ban will give birth to underground liquor mafias It will cause loss of Rs 800 Cr to state exchequer annually Sheikh Saleem Srinagar, Oct 14:  The J&K government has told the High Court that it is impossible to impose ban on the sale of liquor in the state. In a status report filled before the court, government said from time ... Read More »

Mufti visits Safdarjung Hospital, enquires about health of Udhampur attack victims

  Assured financial support for treatment NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 14, 2015 – Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Wednesdayvisited Safdarjung Hospital here to enquire about the health of the two persons, who were injured when their truck came under attack in Udhampur, few days ago. The Chief Minister assured the family members of financial support required for treatment of the two persons. Mufti Sayeed ... Read More »

Udhampur victims’ familes return Govt compensation

We need justice not money: Families KC Bureau Srinagar, Oct 14: Terming Government’s compensation as a “cruel joke”, the families of Kashmiri drivers who were burnt by a mob in Udhampur last week rejected the compensation that was paid to them by the PDP-BJP government. The families also returned the amount of Rs 20, 000 which was provided to them ... Read More »