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BJP trying to shore up image through Amarnath Yatra
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JAMMU, Jul 2: The state unit of the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) seems to be trying to improve its image through annual Amarnath pilgrimage, which officially commenced today. Since this is for the first time annual pilgrimage is taking place when BJP is part of the alliance government in the state big hoardings with images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah, party MPs from Jammu and senior state leaders and party incharge J&K Affairs have come up across city of temples welcoming pilgrims with folded hands. These hoardings carry welcome message from BJP state unit. The pilgrims, who are reaching here to start the pilgrimage and camping in different base camps, are coming out with mixed opinion over arrangements made by the state government and Shri Amarnath Shrine board...
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SCDRC empowered to order probe, if forged document is filed: HC
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JAMMU, July 2 (JNF): In landmark judgment today a Full Bench of State High Court comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar, Justice Muzaffar Hussain Attar and Justice AM Magrey held that State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (SCDRC) is empowered to order investigation by the concerned police if forged document is filed before the State Commission and SCDRC while discharging judicial duties in terms of Section 11(5) of the J&K Consumer Protection Act, 1987, is empowered to issue Commission and call for the report for arriving at a just decision in the complaint filed before it. This landmark judgment has been passed in bunch of petitions for which the larger Bench was constituted pursuant to reference made on March 13, 2014 with reference to the orders made in CIMA number 93 o...
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AIIMS CC warn of revolt if promises not fulfilled
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JAMMU, July 2: The Coordination Committee spearheading the agitation in support of setting up of an AIIMS here on Thursday warned of a "revolt" against the administration if did not take a decision on the issue by July 20. "People of the Jammu region are seething with anger as the biased political class has snatched away from them the sanctioned AIIMS for the region," AIIMS Coordination Committee (ACC) chairman ACC Abhinav Sharma told reporters. He said the ACC, in its meeting with Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh and other members of the state cabinet on June 18, had given an ultimatum till July 20 to resolve the issue. "They) wanted three months but we agreed to give them time till July 20. So, we suspended our 72 hour strike call, but if the government fails to fulfill its commitm...
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Another body recovered at Saddal
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UDHAMPUR, July 1: After a gap of at-least nine months after Saddal village of Udhampur district got buried under a massive landslide after heavy rains, district authorities today stumbled on a decomposed body of a youth taking the total number of deaths to 36. “The district administration Udhampur recovered one more body today at Saddal-Panjar hamlet, where heavy landslide occurred last year after incessant rains and flash floods,” a district officer said. The body was of a 19-year-old male, Daleep Singh, son of Shamboo Nath of Ladha, he said, adding that it has been handed over to his kin for last rites. A student of Higher Secondary School Moungri, he was staying at his sister’s house when the tragedy struck the village. 40 people were buried alive after entire Saddal village got v...
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PIL on sanction in corruption cases: HC grants time to GAD for filing status report
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JAMMU, July 1 (JNF): In Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking sanction in corruption cases, Division Bench of State High Court granted time to General Administration Department (GAD) to file the status report as per the previous order of the Division Bench. In PIL filed by Sheikh Mohammad Shafi and Professor SK Bhalla seeking sanction in corruption cases, Division Bench of State High Court comprising Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal granted time General Administration Department (GAD) to file the status report as per the previous order of the Division Bench. Today State Vigilance Organization (SVO) pursuant to order dated May 13, 2015 filed the status report in case FIR number 23 of 2014 of Police Station VOJ registered against Professor Hemla Aggarwal and oth...
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Prof Keshav posted as Registrar JU
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JAMMU, July 1: In a minor reshuffle, Controller Examination, University of Jammu, Prof Keshav Sharma has been posted as new registrar of JU. According to reports, Prof JK Sharma has made incharge of Director CDC while Sanjeev Mahajan has been posted as the new incharge Controller of Examinations. Prof MK Dhar made advisor to Vice Chancellor, JU while Dr Neeraj Sharma posted as Special Secretary to Vice- Chancellor of JU....
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MeT trashes news report about 12-day rains
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JAMMU, June 30: The Meteorological Department today trashed the reports about imminent spell of 12-day rainfall in July, next month, as “baseless”. In a statement issued here, Director MeT, Sonam Lotus said that a reporter of a Daily has misquoted MeT department by saying that there will be continuous rain in Kashmir from 14th July to 25th July. “This News Item has created panic and confusion among the general public. In this regard, the MeT clarifies that neither the Head of the department nor any officials issued any such statement as the Meteorological Department, J&K issues daily Weather Forecast for a maximum period of (7) Seven days only and the same is updated two times a day, Morning 12 PM and Evening 18Hrs. Hence the report of prediction of continuous 12-day rainfall in Kashmi...
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8 police officials transferred in Udhampur
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JAMMU, June 30: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Udhampur today ordered transfer of eight police officers including two Station House Officers (SHOs) in Udhampur. As per order Inspector Mahesh Sharma has been transferred from DPL Udhampur and posted as new SHO Police Station Chenani. Inspector Ashiq Hussain has also been transferred from DPL Udhampur and posted as new SHO Police Station Majalta. SI Khayatiman Khajuria has been posted as IC PP Sudhmahadev vice Thakur Dutt who has been posted as IC PP Tikri. SI Nasir Mehmood has been posted at Women Police Station Udhampur vice Vipin Bangotra who as posted as IC PP Dudu, SI Anil Sharma has been transferred from PP Dudu to PP Round Domail and SI Sohan Singh has been transferred from DPL Udhampur to Police Station Udhampur as IO....
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8 DySPs transferred
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JAMMU, June 26: Director General of Police (DGP) K Rajendra Kumar today ordered transfers of eight Deputy Superintendents of Police (DySPs). As per order, DySP Headquarter Kulgam Irshad Ahmed has been transferred and posted as SDPO Bijbehara, DySP Narwez Ahmed has been transferred from Khanyar to Awantipora vice DySP Narinder Kumar Parihar who has been shifted to 10th Battalion IRP, DySP Aijaz Ahmed has been transferred from Police Control Room (PCR) and posted as DySP Khaniyar. Mushtaq Ahmed DySP DAR Awantipora has been shifted and posted as DySP PCR Srinagar, DySP Mohammad Farooq has been transferred from Bijbehara and posted as DySP DAR Awantipora, DySP Abdul Khalid has been transferred from STC Sheri and posted as SDPO Qazigund vice DySP Ishfaq Aslam who has been transferred and po...
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Brig Marcharan appointed as Director Sainik Welfare
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JAMMU, June 26: The state government today appointed Brig Marcharan Singh, Dy. GOD, Hq 29 Inf. Div., as Director Sainik Welfare, J&K. According to home Department order his appointment is subject to release from the Army. Brig. Marcharan Singh, Dy. GOD, Hq 29 Inf. Div appointed as Director Sainik Wellare, J&K in the Pay Scale of' Rs. 10,000-325-15200 (Pre-revised) now revised to Rs.9300-34800 with Grade Pay of Rs.6600 on contract basis for a period of three years from the date he assumes the charge of' the post. The terms and conditions of his appointment shall be regulated in terms of' J&K CSRs....
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