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JCU hosts maiden cultural, literary fest
Altaf Bukhari announces rechristening varsity as Tawi Cluster University
Priya calls for introducing advanced courses
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JAMMU, Feb 20: The government today rechristened Jammu Cluster University as Tawi Cluster University as the renaming was announced by the Minister for Education and Pro Chancellor of the Varsity, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari here at the inaugural function of varsity’s maiden 4-day cultural festival cum contest. The mega event- YuvTarang and the renaming coincides with the completion of one-year functioning of the varsity established under proviso of Srinagar and Jammu Cluster University Act 2016 under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme, RUSA (Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan) with five city colleges as its constituents. The event will witness inter college contests under three broad categories of performing arts, fine arts and literary abilities, Minister for Education and Pro Chancellor...
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Low intensity quake hits J&K
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JAMMU, Feb 20: A medium intensity earthquake measuring 3.3 on the Richter Scale today hit Jammu and Kashmir, an official of the MeT department said. The epicentre of the quake was in Jammu and Kashmir, he said. “Earthquake of magnitude 3.3 occurred at 12:41 pm today with epicentre in Jammu and Kashmir at a depth of five km,” he said. No damage to property or casualty was reported, police said....
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Navin Choudhary visits Lakhanpur Toll Plaza
Calls for leasing out of restaurant
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JAMMU, Feb 18: Principal Secretary Finance, Navin Kumar Choudhary today visited Toll Post Lakhanpur to take stock of the facilities there. He was accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Excise, Vishesh Mahajan. Choudhary said that the Lakhanpur Toll Plaza is a gateway to Jammu and Kashmir and it has to be developed as a unique greeting spot for the people visiting the State. He went around the Toll Plaza to personally take stock of the facilities on the spot. He ordered immediate restoration of various structures and facilities at the Toll Plaza for which he assured adequate funds. He announced release of Rs 30 lakh for restoration of the library and gym at the Toll Post. The Principal Secretary Finance also called for outsourcing of the restaurant at the Toll Plaza so that it can be used ...
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NC Women Wing condemn BJP’s pro-rapist rally
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JAMMU, Feb 18:Provincial President of Women Wing Satwant Kaur Dogra today strongly condemned a pro-rapist rally led by a BJP leader in support of arrested SPO’s for alleged rape and murder of 8 years old girl in Kathua. Expressing shock and surprise over the uncalled for rally, Satwant said that a rapist has no race, caste or religion and BJP should refrain from giving religious color to this horrific crime. It is the first time in my life that I have seen a pro-rapist rally, this is really disturbing and a dangerous trend. “There is no religion in rape, when a rapist take a life in such a manner he is a killer and no personage or political party should protect him or allow him to hide behind his robes and seek absolution said Satwant. Provincial President said that it is the coll...
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Naeem hails CM for clearing air on CUK campus
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JAMMU, Feb 18: Minister for Works (R&B), Naeem Akhtar has welcomed the statement of the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti regarding relocating of the Central University Kashmir site within district Ganderbal. Akhtar said as has been made clear by the Chief Minister there is no proposal of shifting CUK campus from Ganderbal. He said as the Union Ministry of Human Resources Development has raised apprehensions over the feasibility of the existing CUK site near Tulmulla, the Government would explore alternative sites within the district for the University. He said some vested interests have spreading canards that the CUK is being shifted from Ganderbal which is totally wrong. The Minister said the Education Minister has also clarified in the Lower House during the recent Budget Session th...
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Govt to explore possibilities to tap tourism potential of Poonch: Tassaduq Mufti
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POONCH, Feb 18: Minister for Tourism, Tassaduq Mufti today said that government will explore every possibility to harness and tap the tourism potential of Peer-Panchal region with particular focus on promoting pilgrimage, heritage, leisure, and ecotourism in the border district of Poonch. He said that government is contemplating to identify some virgin areas and built required infrastructure in these places besides to enhance and upgrade existing tourist-related facilities in already established tourist places as leading tourist destination. The Minister said this during his extensive tour of some important places like Nangali Sahib Gurdawara and Sain Mira Bakash shrine at Guntrian. He said pilgrim tourism can be promoted manifold in these places by developing adequate infrastructure to...
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Chairman, Speaker attend Commonwealth Parl Asso Conf in Patna
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JAMMU, Feb 18: The Chairman Legislative Council, Haji Inayat Ali along with Speaker Assembly, Kavinder Gupta, Deputy Speaker Nazir Ahmad Gurezi and Secretary Law, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs today attended Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Conference at Patna Bihar as delegates to Indian Chapter of CPA. Among others the Chairperson CPA Emilia Lafika, Secretary General CPA Akbar Khan delegates from Uganda and Australia were attended the conference. The conference was inaugurated at Gyan Bhawan Patna by the Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar. After the inaugural function the conference continued at Legislative Assembly Bihar wherein Lokh Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan presided and MP Murli Manohar Joshi and Union Law Minister Ravi Shanker Prasad apprised the delegates on...
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Govt to prepare fresh list of houseless people: Abdul Haq
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JAMMU, Feb 18:Minister for Rural Development Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice, Abdul Haq Khan Sunday said that the government will prepare a fresh list of people who do not own a house so that their case can be recommended to the central government for Prime Minister’s Awas Yojna (PMAY)-Housing for All Scheme. In this regard, the Minister directed the officers of the department to call Gram Sabhas immediately and prepare a list of genuine and deserving families after consulting the people of the respective Panchayats so that the same can be recommended to the Government of India for grant of funds to them under PMAY for making houses. The minister said this while laying foundation stone of various houses to be constructed under PMAY in Samba district. During the tour to the district,...
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Abdul Haq inaugurates scores of roads, culverts in Reasi
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JAMMU, Feb 18: Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice,Abdul Haq Khan dedicated to the public various roads, culverts and paths constructed by the Department of Rural Development Department under various schemes including MGNREGS in Reasi District. The Minister was accompanied by Minster of State for Finance and Planning, Ajay Nanda, DC Reasi Reasi Paarsanna Ramaswamy, SP Reasi, ACD Reasi, SDM, BDOs and other senior officers of the district. He inaugurated more than a dozen tiled roads, culverts and paths at Thanda Pani , Moori, Mani Talai, Bhangal, Kotli , Simbal Chdwa. The roads have been constructed under MGNREGS and generated more than 10 thousand Person Days of work for the unemployed and unskilled youths of the area besides creation of durable assets in ...
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Ganga convenes public darbar at Data Talab
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JAMMU, Feb 18: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Prakash Ganga held public darbar at Datta Talab. A good number of people drawn from different sections of the society met him and apprised him about their problems and grievances. People apprised him about unscheduled power cuts, less availability of ration, providing of drinking water facilities and other developmental issues. Besides that unemployed youth of the area urged upon the Minister to formulate a policy to attract the private sector for adjustment of unemployed youth in the Industries and manufacturing units. Ganga heard the grievances patiently and assured that whatever has been brought into his notice will be taken up with the concerned authorities for appropriate action. He also issued on spot direction to the co...
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Sham Choudhary convenes public grievance redressal camp
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JAMMU, Feb 8: Continuing his streak of holding public grievance redress camps at regular intervals, Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Sham Lal Choudhary today listened to the grievances and concerns of the common masses during a public meeting at R.S. Pora. The people hailing from Mokha, Flora, , Grani, Nayi Basti, Khedyapur, Punjgrani, Devlea and other areas of Suchetgarh Constituency apprised the Minister about the problems being faced by them related to power supply, road connectivity, education, healthcare, sanitation and ration distribution. The villagers also demanded upgradation of transformers, replacement of electric poles, LT and HT wires, blacktopping of roads and construction of lanes and drains. The Minister gave all the deputations a patient hearing and assu...
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Spl Training Prog on J&K Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Sex Selection/Determination (Prohibition & Regulation) Act organised
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JAMMU, Feb 18: J&K State Judicial Academy today organized day-long Special Training Programme on “The Jammu & Kashmir Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Sex Selection/Determination (Prohibition & Regulation) Act, 2002” at J&K State Judicial Academy, Janipur here. The training programme was inaugurated by Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir alongwith Justice Alok Aradhe, Chairman, J&K State Judicial Academy and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal, Member, J&K State Judicial Academy. All the Chief Judicial Magistrates and Sub-Judges of Jammu Province participated in the programme. Proceedings were conducted by Mr. Abdul Rashid Malik, Director, J&K State Judicial Academy. In his introductory remarks, Director, State Judicial Academy extended warm welcome to Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir, Judge, High Court of J&K, Jus...
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Transfers, promotions in Agri Deptt ordered
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JAMMU, Feb 18: In a major decision, the department of Agriculture has promoted around 130 of its officers of sub divisional level and has been posted them across length and breadth of the state with the intension to intensify agricultural related activities. This decision has been taken by the department, keeping in view the seniority issue of the department which was lingering for the last 30 years. The Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura in a bid to streamline the department and address the grievances of the employees has initiated this exercise of promotions and postings to bring back more vibrancy in the functioning of the department. The move will also help in reaching out to farming community and will also help in effective implementation of the centrally sponsored...
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1 killed, 16 injured in separate incidents at Doda, Ramban
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BHADERWAH/ BANIHAL, Feb 15: One person was killed and sixteen injured in two separate incidents on Thursday at Bhaderwah and Banihal areas in Doda and Ramban district. An official said that the first incident occurred in the morning at Donadi in Bhaderwah when a cab skidded off the road and fell into a gorge. Police said that all the injured were later shifted to Thathri hospital, where from the two injured were referred to Doda district hospital for specialized treatment. Later, officials said that one of the injured identified as Jarnail Singh, 38 from Nagni succumbed to his injuries at the district hospital. The injured were identified as Fareed Ahmed and Karan Singh of Nagni, while Bhawan Singh, Alam Din, Syeda Begum and Nasreena Bano belonged to Parshalla. A case was registered...
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Surrendered militants’ rehab policy
Doda, Udhampur emerge as major beneficiaries
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JAMMU, Feb 15: Contrary to popular notion that majority of the surrendered militants, who got benefitted under Rehabilitation policy in last 14 years belonged to Kashmir, Jammu region has been the main beneficiary. Doda, Udhampur and Kishtwar were the three districts from Jammu region which comprised maximum number of cases finalized. Though from Kupwara, Baramulla and Baramulla were among Kashmir districts from where over 150 applications (clubbed tally of three districts) were received but majority of the cases were rejected. As per the government records, out of 219 total finalized cases, 85 cases were finalized from Doda district of Jammu region. In all, 125 cases (maximum cases) were received from Doda district against a total of 440 cases received from across the state, to be ...
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