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Sham kick starts election campaign in Akhnoor
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AKHNOOR, Oct 29: Senior Congress leader and Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control Sham Lal Sharma kick started the election campaign in his home constituency Akhnoor and addressed three well attended public meetings at Kotli Tanda, Gurah Talab and Kandi. Seeking support for him, Sham asked the people to vote for Congress party which he said was symbol of peace, unity, prosperity, mutual brotherhood and development of the state. He said Congress was the only party which could ensure unity, integrity and keep united all communities must for strengthening the nation. Congress always voiced the concern of the common man in every forum and tried to fulfill their aspirations. “The country has progressed tremendously under the regime of Congress and several people friendly welfare prog...
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BSP-B state president not to contest from Bhaderwah
Will support PDP
Firdous Khanday
GANDOH, Oct 29: Bahujan Samajwadi Party-B had decided to extend support to PDP candidate from Bhaderwah constituency Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal for coming assembly elections. This was announced today by Dr Liaqat Ali Magray state president of BSP-B in a press conference held here at Bhaderwah. Dr Magray said he himself wanted to contest the election from Bhaderwah constituency but in the interest of people of Bhaderwah-Bhalessa and Chiralla he took this bold decision and decided to withdraw from the fray and said in modern times not parties but personality of an individual did matter. State president of Bahujan Samajwadi Party also praised the PDP contesting candidate of Bhaderwah Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal and said when he was DDC Doda,Div Com and Commissioner Secretary he worked hard for the ...
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DCC reconstituted
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JAMMU, Oct 29: President District Congress Committee Jammu (Urban) Anil Chopra has constituted District Congress Committee. On this occasion he said that in the new committee representation had been given all the areas of Jammu urban and every section of the society including SC, ST, OBC, Women and Youth. He expressed that new Committee would work unitedly with full dedication for the success of Congress candidates in the ongoing assembly elections....
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Bhalessa PDP delegation called upon Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal
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BHADERWAH, Oct 29: Large number of PDP delegates from the Bhalessa area today called upon PDP contesting candidate from Bhaderwah constituency Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal here today and informed about the election campagin launched by them in the various areas of Bhalessa from the last so many days. The delegation was led by senior PDP leader Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar , Sajad Ahmed Malik , Nawaz Ahmed Kichloo , Mohd Iqbal Batt , Liqyiat Hussain , Gh Rasool and others apprised the PDP contesting candidate Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal about the strategy adopted by the people of Bhalessa for his thumbing majority . The delegation informed Sheikh Mehboob Iqbal that people of Bhalessa has taken pledge this time to vote PDP so that the hands of coming Chief Minister Mufti Mohd Sayeed will be strengthen from Bhad...
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EMD inaugurates new world Class Facility
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JAMMU, Oct 25: Electro-Motive Diesel, Inc. (EMD), one of the leading global locomotive manufacturers, is expanding its base in India with a new world class facility at Noida to better serve Indian Railways (IR) and other global customers. Today, EMD, a fully owned subsidiary of Progress Rail Services, a Caterpillar Company, offers complete railroad solutions to railways across the world, including locomotives, track, repower, signaling and safety technologies. Billy Ainsworth, Progress Rail and EMD president and chief executive officer said, “EMD is committed to investing in India to support Indian Railways in future technology. In order to provide effective support to IR, we have increased our indigenization in India by inaugurating our new facility in Noida today.” The Noida facility ...
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Bad condition of roads irks city residents
Govt’s usual trumpet ‘will repair soon’
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SRINAGAR, Oct 25: As the devastating floods hit almost all the sectors badly, there is no respite for city residents who are facing acute problems because of pathetic condition of roads. The roads have turned slushy with road users, especially two-wheelers and pedestrians are at the receiving end. The road condition near the Cement Bridge Noorbagh Qamerwari is worse that even four-wheelers find it difficult to move. “Vehicles splash mud onto pedestrians. The road condition is already bad since months and now the floods have aggravated the same to the pathetic level,” a pedestrian told KNS. In the absence of footpath, pedestrians are forced to walk on the roads and chance of being hit by vehicles remains high. “At least the potholes should be closed with small gravels if relaying could n...
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Soz pays obeisance at Chrar shrine
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JAMMU, Oct 25: State Congress president Prof Saifuddin Soz paid obeisance at the Shrine of Hazrat Sheikhul Aalam Sheikh Nooruddin Noorani (RA) at Charar-I-Sharief late afternoon yesterday. In a statement a spokesman of the party said a large number of people greeted him there and performed traditional Dastarbandi. After paying obeisance at this historically revered Shrine, Soz addressed a gathering of workers and told them that they should remain steadfast in the service of the people as that is the crux of politics. He emphasized the fact that politics can be better enjoyed through service to the people. Prof. Soz assured the people that he would continue to try in his humble way to make the Congress Party in J&K State an instrument of service to the people. “The recent devastating flo...
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Reen conducts door to door campaign
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JAMMU, Oct 25: Intensifying his campaign to reach out each and every section of the society, PDP candidate for Gandhi Nagar Assembly segment, Amrik Singh Reen today conducted extensive door to door campaign in Sector 7 of Nanak Nagar area. Reen was accompanied by senior leaders of the PDP. While interacting with people during his door to door campaign, Reen sought support from every section of the society to throw out the present Omar Abdullah regime which crossed all limits of corruption. While pointing towards the problems being faced by the residents of Jammu city especially those of Gandhi Nagar assembly segment, Reen regretted expect installing stones and boards nothing concrete had been done to provide basic amenities to the people. Countering claims of those who were claiming t...
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