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Daily Archives: May 30, 2017

Deputation of Kathua Industries Association calls on Dy CM

Various measures initiated for ‘ease of doing business’ SRINAGAR, MAY 30 – A deputation of Industries Association Kathua called on Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Kumar Singh and projected various issues related to the development of Kathua Industrial Estate and overall Industrial scenario in the state. Commissioner Secretary PDD Dheeraj Gupta, Chief Engineer PDD Jammu Ashwani Gupta, Development Commissioner Power ... Read More »

GAD asks administrative secretaries to designate PIOs in respective depts

Calls for effective implementation of RTI Act SRINAGAR, MAY 30: The government has today asked all the administrative secretaries and Public Authorities of the state to ensure effective implementation of the RTI Act 2009 by designating the PIOs at earliest and notify their names in public domain. In an order issued today it has been impressed upon all the administrative ... Read More »

Class work in GDC Kangan, BHSS Ganderbal to remain suspended on May 31

          GANDERBAL, MAY 30: According to the Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, class work in Government Degree College Kangan and Boys Higher Secondary School Ganderbal shall remain suspended on May 31, 2017 (Wednesday) as a precautionary measure. Read More »

Zulfkar visits Media Complex Srinagar; Takes first-hand appraisal of DIPR functioning

Stresses on technological upgradation, improving human resource management, mending information dissemination            SRINAGAR, MAY 30: Minister for Food Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs and Information, Choudhary Zulfkar Ali, Tuesday visited the Media Complex here to take first hand appraisal of the functioning of the Directorate of Information & Public Relations (DIPR) and also review the progress of work on the ... Read More »

Tobacco usage – the biggest culprit undermining all development efforts

  ]    Santosh Jain Passi & Akanksha Jain Tobacco usage – a major hurdle undermining developmental gains worldwide, is the foremost preventable cause of premature morbidity/mortality. Tobacco products contain nearly 5000-7000 toxic substances, the most dangerous being nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar. Cigarette, bidi, cigar, hookah, sheesha, tobacco chewing, clove cigarettes, snuff and e­cigarette are the commonly used forms. ... Read More »

India and Russia, hand-in-hand for a bright future   

*Syed Mahmoud Nawaz India and Russia have recently completed 70 years of diplomatic relations. On April 13 2017, which marked the historic occasion, a grand launch function for year-long celebrations to salute this friendship was held in New Delhi. More than 100 events, which will span diverse areas of bilateral collaboration, will be held both in India and Russia during ... Read More »

BG 3rd semester, B.Ed exams scheduled on May 31 postponed; all other exams as per schedule tomorrow

Srinagar, May 30: All Kashmir University examinations scheduled to be held on 31-05-2017 (Wednesday) shall be conducted as per schedule, except only BG 3rd semester and B.Ed examinations which are postponed due to inability to transport examination-related material to the examination centers. The fresh dates for BG 3rd semester and B. Ed. will be notified separately, later. Meanwhile, the last date of completion of admission ... Read More »

High-tech facilities to strengthen JK’s judicial system: Abdul Haq

  JAMMU, MAY 29 (PTK): Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice, Abdul Haq today said that strengthening of judicial system with all latest infrastructural facilities and manpower is on priority of the Government.  The Minister said this during an inspection of High Court Complex in Jammu. He said that the government has been working constantly to ... Read More »

Nations that decide to resist oppression and tyranny cannot be defeated by intimidation : Yasin Malik  

SRINAGAR | MAY 29 (PTK): horrible desire of Indian army chief to kill every Kashmiri shows criminal mindset of Indian rulers and their forces. Nations that decide to resist oppression and tyranny cannot be defeated by intimidations like these. This was stated by the incarcerated JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik while reacting to the recent statement of Indian army chief asserting ... Read More »

Truck carrying 13 Tons polythene seized in Kathua

Kathua, May 29: Kathua Police has foiled a major smuggling attempt of banned polythene into state and seized nearly 13 tons of polythene carry bags in Kathua on Monday. Senior Superintendent of police Suleman Choudhary informed that acting swiftly on the receipt of information that  a truck bearing registration number JK08D-8781 loaded with polythene carry bags entered the state through Raavi river. police ... Read More »