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CM pays tributes to slain army, police jawans
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JAMMU, Apr 24: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti paid tributes to the two jawans of army and police who were killed during an operation at Tral today. The Chief Minister extended her heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families of the slain jawans. She also conveyed her sympathies to the personnel who were injured in the incident....
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Cabinet meet today
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JAMMU, Apr 23: The state cabinet meet scheduled to be held tomorrow has been pre-poned. According to official sources, the cabinet meeting scheduled to be held tomorrow (April 24) at 4 PM has been preponed to 11 AM....
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Foundation of 240-bed B&J Hospital at Jammu laid
Facility to help large number of ortho patients in Jammu division: Bali
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JAMMU, Apr 22: In order to tackle the unprecedented number of patients in the bone and joint related diseases in Jammu division, Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat laid foundation of 240-bedded exclusive Bone & Joint Hospital (B&JH) here today. This exclusive B&JH, which was a long pending demand of the patients of entire Jammu division, will be established at an estimated cost of Rs. 40.45 crore at the available land adjoining to Government Chest Diseases Hospital near Government Medical College, Jammu. The project comprises four-storey building (ground plus three) with total plinth area 10,195M and likely to be completed within a period of two years by the PWD (R&B), which is the executing agency. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that patients from Jammu d...
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Attendance Monitoring Squads finds 184 Anganwadi centres locked
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Poonch, April 22: In a major drive to ensure punctuality and regularity in government offices, Attendance Monitoring Squads constituted by District Development Commissioner, Poonch inspected various government offices in all Tehsils of District Poonch. In a massive activity during the entire day 845 Anganwadi centres were checked out of which 184 centres were found locked. Pertinent to mention, the squad had carried a similar exercise couple of days ago. Explanation is being sought from District Programme Officer, ICDS and CDPOs concerned for lack of proper Monitoring in the department. In another exercise by the squad in Haveli and Mandi Tehsils, two PHCs and two sub centres were found locked during the day. These include PHCs at Qasba and Arai and Sub centres at Islamabad and Dunuga...
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DAK appeals DGP to release Dr Ajaz Rasool
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JAMMU, Apr 22: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) was perturbed on hearing upon the sudden arrest of Dr Aijaz Rasool of Khrewan, Malpora, Kulgam by Police personal on Saturday late evening. In a statement, Dr Suhail Naik, President DAK said that “it was disturbing news for us last night when we heard about the arrest of Dr Ajaz Rasool by police personal. Though DAK has not been able to establish any contact with the said doctor however according to sources and as per the media reports he was attending his uncle at District Hospital Anantnag, who was not keeping well and was admitted in the hospital. He left the hospital at late evening hours and while on his way home he was stopped by some unknown persons who asked him for a lift. He, on humanitarian grounds allowed them to board his v...
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Continental Group of Institutions Punjab, Canada calls on Inam Un Nabi
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JAMMU, Apr 22: An interaction was held in a local hotel by Continental Group of Institutions where the college authorities announced admissions for students of Kashmir in both of their campuses Punjab and Canada for various courses. On this occasion Socio political analyst Inam Un Nabi was the guest of honour, Asia's Majestic Group collaborated in the event. Inam highlighted the problem facing by the students in colleges outside JK. While addressing the Press Conference Director Continental Group of Institutions Navdeep Chouhan announced special package for Jammu Kashmir Students. Navdeep also apprised Inam that college has constructed Masjid in the campus for Muslim students. The interaction proved fruitful in getting more quality opportunities for the students of Kashmir valley and I...
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Bandipora’s crop hit farmers fume over government's apathy
Seek compensation for crop loses
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JAMMU, Apr 22: The residents of Watapora area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district are up in arms against district administration for failing to respond to their problems properly after heavy rainfall hit the crops in the area. Pertinently Incessant rainfall from last several days led to water logging in Watapora village of Bandipora due to which crops worth lacs destroyed. Located about 2.5 kilometers from Bandipora town, Watapora is known for its production of quality vegetables, but the excessive rainfall from last several days have ruined the potential crop of grapes. Locals said that District Administration has totally failed to reach out to the affected people, not to talk of giving them the adequate compensation. According to the reports the heavy rains have caused huge damage...
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Saroori condole demises
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KISHTWAR, Apr 22: Vice President Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee and Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori has condoled the demises of Naseema Begum wife of senior Congress leader from Kishtwar, Mohd Aslam Malik, Jana Begum wife of Ahamdu resident of Kwath Durbeel, Munshi Ram son of Dina Nath resident of Rahal Mugalmaidan, Roshan Lal Parihar son of Dev Chand Parihar resident of Shanna Thakrie and Mubina Wani daughter of Manzoor Ahmed Wani resident of Bhalessa who passed away recently. In his condolence message to bereaved families, the MLA Inderwal expressed sympathies with the bereaved families recalling the philanthropic and compassionate traits of the deceased’s. Mr. Saroori has prayed Almighty Allah for granting solace to the depart...
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Bhalla expresses grave concern over volatile situation in Kashmir
“If Kashmir is burning, Jammu too is on edge”
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JAMMU, Apr 22: Former minister and senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla today expressed grave concern over volatile situation in Kashmir and said that there is an urgent need for immediate action. He cautioned that Jammu too is simmering with anger because of bad governance and indifference of the present dispensation.“If Kashmir is burning, Jammu too is on edge”, he said. He cautioned against delay in addressing the issues confronting to all the three regions of the State, which may not only be political in nature but also economic and emotive in character. The sense of alienation and deprivation being felt in Jammu Province also needs to be understood and addressed, he said, adding that redressal should not however be the BJP version of exploitative politics. “It has to be real an...
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NHDC signs MoU with NHPC for financial year 2018-19
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JAMMU, Apr 22: NHDC Limited, a Joint Venture of NHPC Limited and Government of Madhya Pradesh, has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the financial year 2018-19 at Faridabad on April 19, with NHPC Limited, India’s Premier Hydropower utility and a Scheduled ‘A’ Mini Ratna Enterprise of the Government of India. The MoU was signed by Balraj Joshi, Chairman and Managing Director, NHPC and AG Ansari, Managing Director & CED, NHDC. In the signed MoU for NHDC, Generation Target for FY 2018-19 under ‘Excellent’ rating has been set as 3000 MU against last year FY 2017-18 actual generation of 1325 MU. Excellent Target for Revenue from Operations is set as Rs.860 Crore. In addition to above, Operating Profit, Trade Receivables, PAT/Average Net Worth, Reduction in Claims against the Com...
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Present regime committed to Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas; Pathania
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THIAL, Majalta, Apr 22: As a part of Nationwide Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyaan and with an aim to take message of good governance among public, MLA Ramnagar Ranbir Singh Pathania today held a special gram sabha here on the occasion of Panchayati Raj Diwas today to discuss on important social issues and programmes for social and economic empowerment. While addressing the gathering, Pathania said that the aim of the campaign, undertaken under the name of “Sabka Sath, Sabka Gaon, Sabka Vikas”, is to promote social harmony, spread awareness about pro-poor initiatives of government, reach out to poor households to enroll them as also to obtain their feedback on various welfare programmes. As a special endeavour during the Gram Swaraj Abhiyan, saturation of eligible households/persons would ...
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Man dies in Poonch accident
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POONCH, Apr 21: A man Saturday died when he was hit by a Sumo in Poonch district. According to police, Firdous Ahmed son of G Ahmed resident of Attoli died when he was hit by a Sumo. Locals immediately shifted him to the District Hospital Poonch from where he was shifted to Government Medical College Hospital Jammu. However, he succumbed to his injuries on the way to hospital, police said....
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FIR registered in mysterious death of boy
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RAJOURI, Apr 21: Rajouri police Saturday registered an FIR in the matter related to mysterious death of a teenage boy from Khawas Keri village after converting inquest into a murder case. In the meanwhile, Special Investigation Team of police also started its probe. After a written complaint lodged by family members of deceased boy Chander Parkash son of Kewal Krishan resident of Keri Khawas, police registered a case under relevant sections including 302 RPC in Police Station Budhal after closing Inquest. Special Investigation Team framed by police with a DySP from Rajouri as its head also started investigations in the matter and was camping in the area. So far, some persons of the area were detained for questioning in the case and further investigation of the case was going on. Post...
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Kashmir born British judge Khurshid Drabu passes away
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SRINAGAR, Apr 21: Kashmir born senior British judge, Khurshid Hassan Drabu, who was brother-in-law of Former Chairman, J&K Public Service Commission, Mohammed Shafi Pandit passed away yesterday in Southampton, UK. Various civil, social and religious personalities and organizations have expressed their heartfelt condolence on his sad demise and prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul. In this connection, a prayers congregation will be held in Kashmir on 27th April, after Friday prayers at his ancestral house 16-Goggibag, Srinagar. Late Khurshid Hassan Drabu was the first Kashmiri to be awarded the honor of Commander,Order of the British Empire(CBE) for bringing communities together. In 1996, late Drabu became the first Muslim to be appointed as judge to the British Judiciary. L...
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Kashmir Institute, SOAS organise "Cross LoC Youth Conference 2018" in London
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LONDON, Apr 21: A "Cross LoC Youth Conference 2018" gathered youth and academics from different regions of both the parts of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday in London to discuss the issues concerning the region. The conference was part of one-day conference on Kashmir titled "Beyond Borders: Engagement and Dialogue Across Kashmir" organised by a Kashmir based think-tank, The Kashmir Institute, in collaboration with the South Asia Institute of reputed SOAS, University of London. The organisers had divided the conference in two sessions - "Bridging Divide: Cross LoC Youth Conference 2018" - which was two session round-table discussion under Chatham rules between over a dozen students and scholars representing Pakistan-Administered Kashmir, Jammu division, Kashmir division and Gilgit-Balti...
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Restrictions on vehicular movement on Batote-Kishtwar NH
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KISHTWAR, Apr 21: The vehicular movement remained stopped for hours at Kuligad near Thathri on Batote-Kishtwar National Highway due to shooting of stones. Two vehicles were badly damaged in which two persons got minor injuries. District Magistrate Kishtwar, Angrez Singh Rana imposed restrictions on the movement of vehicles during night hours between Drabshalla and Thathri. “There is every apprehension of loss of property/ human lives due to shooting stones particularly during night hours,” the order of DM Kishtwar read and added that no vehicular movement would be allowed during night hours to avoid any mishap on road. ...
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No toilets at home, no salaries for govt employees in Kishtwar
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JAMMU, Apr 21: Sending out a strong message against open defecation, salaries of around 600 government employees in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir were stopped for not constructing toilets at their houses, an official said today. Angrez Singh Rana, district development commissioner, Kishtwar passed the order yesterday on receipt of a report submitted by Anil Kumar Chandail, assistant commissioner development, regarding non-availability of toilets in the houses of 616 state employees of Padder block, he said. Jammu and Kashmir has achieved a target of 71.95 per cent with respect to the construction of Individual Household Latrines (IHHLs), verification and geo-tagging of units under the Swachh Bharat Mission. Kishtwar has registered 57.23 per cent success in this regard. Leh and...
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PDP constitutes Political Affairs Committee
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JAMMU, Apr 20: J&K Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti has constituted an eleven Member Political Affairs Committee. Members of the committee are Mehbooba Mufti, Muzaffar Hussain Beig, Mohammed Sartaj Madni, Abdul Rehman Veeri, Mehboob Beg, Nizam-ud-din Bhat, Mohammed Dilawar Mir, T S Bajwa, Choudhary Zulfikar Ali, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura and Yashpal Sharma have been appointed as Committee members, this was disclosed by party spokesperson....
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International conspiracy to destabilize J&K: Dy CM
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JAMMU, Apr 19: The Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and senior BJP leader, Dr Nirmal Singh, today said Congress party played worst role in making Rassana-Kathua case (rape and murder of eight-year-old girl) as communal and played divisive politics over it. He warned Congress would play disruptive politics especially in Jammu and Kashmir in coming months and asked people to remain aware of the party's “conspiracies.” He refused to answer whether the Kathua rape and murder case be transferred to the CBI, saying the case is at present is in the High Court and the Supreme Court and whatever directions the Courts will pass, they will be accepted and implemented by the State government. “The way Congress played politics over the Rassana case is an example of divisive politics o...
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