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Govt releases pending salary of SSA teachers for two months

Remaining dues to be cleared in due course of time: Altaf Bukhari JAMMU, APRIL 12: The state government has released pending salary of Regularized ReTs and Head Teachers under SSA for the months of November and December 2016 setting the process in motion for clearing all their pending dues as per commitment. The salary of Regularised-ReTs and Head Teachers under ... Read More »

Naeem reviews status of Batote- Kishtwar highway

Minister proposes realignment along landslide prone stretches KISHTWAR, APRIL 12: ​Minister for Public Work, Naeem Akhtar today visited Kishtwar and chaired a meeting of officers of R&B Department and district administration to review the status of Batote-Kishtwar national highway and other roads of the district. The meeting was held at new DC office complex Kishtwar and it discussed the measures ... Read More »

Adequate arrangements of security, videography at all 38 Polling stations: CEO

Assures free and fair polls SRINAGAR, APRIL 12: Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) J&K, Shantmanu Wednesday said that adequate arrangements of security and videography have been made for re-polling at 38 polling stations in Budgam district of Srinagar Parliamentary Constituency being held on April 13, 2017. The CEO was speaking at a meeting convened to review arrangements for the re-poll. He ... Read More »

Re-poll in 38 polling stations in Srinagar parliamentary constituency on Thursday: CEO

‘Counting for Srinagar on 15th April as scheduled’ Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Re-poll in 38 polling stations in Srinagar Lok Sabha Constituency hit by violence on last Sunday the day of polling would be now held day after tomorrow, i.e 13th of April and counting for Srinagar parliamentary constituency would be taken up on 15th April as scheduled for announcement ... Read More »

APSCC asks Sikh community to celebrate Besakhi with simplicity

‘Show solidarity with the bereaved families’ Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Expressing joy and happiness over the festival of Besakhi that is being celebrated on 13th April 2017, All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) has expressed hope that the festival of Besakhi would be harbinger of peace and prosperity in the State. In a statement to KNS, APSCC chairman Jagmohan Singh ... Read More »

Yasin Malik remanded for five more days judicial custody

Sent back to central jail Srinagar Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Incarcerated chairman of JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik has been yet again remanded for five more days by 1st additional sessions judge Srinagar today. Chairman JKLF was arrested by police on 18th March 2016 and sent to central jail on a 12 days judicial remand. On 29th march he was again ... Read More »

Deferring of so-called elections acknowledgement of govt’s defeat: Shah

‘People’s rejection of sham polls a slap on face of New Delhi and its puppets’ Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Terming the people’s rejection of so-called parliamentary polls as “referendum” against India, the incarcerated chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah on Tuesday said the election boycott was a slap on the face of New Delhi and its puppets. ... Read More »

Deferment of Anantnag by-elections surrender before commitment of masses: Er. Rasheed

Asks NC, PDP to join hands for Right to Self Determination Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Terming deferment of Anantnag by-poll as surrender before commitment and resentment of masses AIP supremo and MLA Langate Engineer Rasheed has asked world community and opinion makers in India to adopt a realistic attitude towards Kashmir and fulfill their duty to resolve the long pending ... Read More »

Kashmir situation reversed back to 1989 like scenario: G H Mir

‘Search for out of box solution to the present crisis’ Srinagar, Apr 11 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Party Nationalist (DPN) president Ghulam Hassan Mir has reminded the centre that Sundays incidents of disruption of polling has thrown Kashmir back to the 1989 when the fair of gun ruled the valley and lot of efforts had to be put political ... Read More »