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4,499 policemen protect 2,075 VIPs in J&K
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JAMMU, Sep 18: Jammu and Kashmir has a total of 2,075 VIPs who are protected by 4,499 policemen, reports quoting Bureau of Police Research and Development said on Monday. Out of the 19.26 lakh police officers in India, 56,944 are deployed for the security of 20,828 VIPs, media reports quoting the data compiled by the Bureau of Police Research and Development said on Monday. As per the data Bihar has the highest number of VIPs being accorded protection. There are 3,200 VIPs who are being guarded by 6,248 police personnel. In West Bengal, 4,233 cops provide protection to 2,207 VIPs. The southern states are better. In Kerala there are 57 being protected by 214 cops. In Maharashtra 74 VIPs are being protected by 961 cops. In Delhi, there are 489 protected persons being guarded by 7,420 cop...
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J&K clears panel for HC judges
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JAMMU, Sep 18: The chief minister’s office has cleared a panel comprising five names for their appointment as judges of the J&K High Court and sent the proposal to the Raj Bhavan for its approval. It added that the High Court collegium recently submitted the panel comprising four advocates and a senior judicial officer to the chief minister’s office. Those whose names were cleared by the CM’s office included Nazir Ahmad Beig, SA Makroo and Rashid Ali Dar from Kashmir and Wasim Nargal and Sindhu Sharma from Jammu....
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Zulfkar urges media to facilitate effective projection of people friendly programs
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JAMMU, Sep 16: Calling media as the most powerful tool for the formation of public opinion in the present times, Minister for Information, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today urged the media to ensure fair and unbiased news reach to the people. The Minister was speaking at an interactive session organized by the Jammu Newspapers Editors Guild here last evening. The Minister said that the Information Department acts as an interface between the government and the media and all requisite steps are being taken for effective dissemination of information and projection of the government’s pro-people policies. He said media being the fourth pillar of democracy has the innate responsibility to reach out to the people with credible and reliable information, wh...
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Innovative products launched in J&K
Dy CM appreciates new innovative technologies
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JAMMU, Sep 16: A Gurgaon-based company-Energy and Fire Tech India Private Limited which is working to improve fire safety in the public places and reviving old/used lead acid batteries to help in reducing hazardous pollution and reduce the cost of batteries purchase drastically, launched its innovative products in Hotel Asia which are very innovative, economical and useful as far as technology is concerned. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Kumar Singh was the chief guest on the occasion. “Our company has introduced an automatic and portable fire extinguisher, which can control the fire in its initial stage automatically and does not let it expand. In conventional fire extinguishers, maintenance and training is a big problem, due to which such equipment is generally of no use when the actu...
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Congress should explain people about truth of Art 370, 35A: Prof Chaman
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JAMMU, Sep 16: Ridiculing the boggy being raised for retention of Article 370 and Article 35-A of the Indian Constitution as also the holding of plebiscite to decide the future of J&K, former Union Minister Prof Chaman Lal Gupta observed that all these issues are out dated and the rant is being carried on just to create a fuss and arouse the communal sentiments to fish in the troubled waters in the Valley and also elsewhere. Prof Gupta pointed out that on the very face of it, the Article 370 is a Temporary Provision. It is travesty of fact that it still existed in the Statue Book. So is the case with Article 35-A, which was ill conceived and fissiparous. He recalled that the then Law Minister and founding father of the Constitution, Dr BR Ambedkar had declined to pilot this provision in...
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Art 35 A protects demographic status of J&K: JKPCC
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JAMMU, Sep 16: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Secretary Publicity Nadeem Sharief Niaz today said that special status of Jammu and Kashmir is based on matter and not in vacuum and hence can’t be abrogated. He added that through 1927 and 1932 notifications Maharaja Hari Singh imposed a law that defined state subjects and their rights. Nadeem while addressing the meeting said, “The law also regulated migrants to the state. The reason why Maharaja enforced this law is because he had apprehensions that outsiders whose sole qualification was money could misguide tribal, poor and innocent farmers of state and would acquire their properties by exploiting or by luring them.” He added that all the arguments against article 35 A are baseless and are raised with politically mo...
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Vikramaditya writes to CM for declaring state holiday on Sep 23
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JAMMU, Sep 16: Member of the Legislative Council (MLC) and senior leader of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Vikramaditya Singh has written an open letter to Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti demanding declaring of September 23 as state holiday as mark of respect for Maharaja Hari Singh. Vikramaditya Singh also sought attention of the Chief Minister towards the historic resolution passed, unanimously, in the J&K Legislative Council in the month of January this year in this regard. “I feel compelled to write to you on an important issue that is touching the core of the heart of the people of Jammu. As you are aware, Jammu has had a long standing demand that the J&K Government should declare Maharaja Hari Singh Ji’s anniversary on September 23rd as State holiday. This is being supported by all ...
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PDP govt to bring Mahore on dev map of J&K: Madni
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JAMMU, Sep 16: Saying that Peoples Democratic Party is committed to the development of all neglected and far flung regions of the State, Vice President, Mohammad Sartaj Madni today asserted that Mahore would be brought on the developmental map of the State through various interventions. Addressing workers, Sartaj Madni said the PDP government is making various developmental interventions in Mahore which are set to strengthen rural infrastructure in the area besides creating employability for the local people. The Party Vice President reminded people that PDP was instrumental in replacing sense of fear among people of far flung areas like Mahore with sense of empowerment and participation during its previous regime from 2002 to 2005. As a sequel to this, he said, Mahore is being conn...
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Declare Sept 23rd a state Holiday: JKHCBAJ to govt
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JAMMU, Sep 16: The J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu (JKHCBAJ), today pleased when the J&K Legislative Council adopted a historic resolution seeking declaration of state holiday to recognize the Maharaja Hari Singh’s momentous decision to accede his state to the Indian Dominion. “It had hoped that the J&K government would complete all the required formalities and appreciate the sentiments of the people of the state by declaring by now September 23rd a state holiday under the Instrument of Negotiable Act,” this was stated here today by the president of the JKHCBAJ BS Slathia while addressing a press conference. Slathia expressed regret that the state government has done nothing to recognize the splendid contribution of Maharaja Hari Singh to the development of the state by giving an ...
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Pak-firing affecting border areas: Cong demands relief measures for border firing victims
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ARNIA, Sep 16:Senior Congress leader and member PCC executive committee Mohinder Bhardwaj has demanded that the BJP-PDP government should immediately start relief measures to provide succor to people victims of unprovoked firing by Pakistan on this border town and adjoining villages. The victims are suffering due to utter neglect and apathy of the government in fulfilling its own promises on creating a backup system for these people who repeatedly become target of hostilities from across the border. In a statement released here after extensively touring affected Arnia town and surrounding villages on the border. He paid glowing tributes to a BSF jawan martyred in this condemnable act committed by Pakistan and expressed anguish that the civilian and peace loving population of the bord...
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Rasheed writes to J&K assembly Speaker over allegations of receiving money from Pakistan
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: Independent Langate lawmaker, and Awami Ittehad Party Chief Er Rasheed on Friday wrote a letter to the Jammu and Kashmir assembly speaker Kavinder Gupta over the allegations of recieving funds from Pakistan to foment trouble in Jammu and Kashmir. Rasheed, in the letter, has asked the Speaker to probe the allegations made against him by a New Delhi based Televison channel, Times Now. The contents of the letter are produced below: “Your good self being custodian of my rights as an elected member of legislative assembly, I need to draw your attention towards the fact that recently, Times Now a TV program broadcast nationwide, has made a preposterous allegation that I am an agent of Pakistan and have been receiving money from that country for creating huge properties for m...
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Rasheed writes to J&K assembly Speaker over allegations of receiving money from Pakistan
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: Independent Langate lawmaker, and Awami Ittehad Party Chief Er Rasheed on Friday wrote a letter to the Jammu and Kashmir assembly speaker Kavinder Gupta over the allegations of recieving funds from Pakistan to foment trouble in Jammu and Kashmir. Rasheed, in the letter, has asked the Speaker to probe the allegations made against him by a New Delhi based Televison channel, Times Now. The contents of the letter are produced below: “Your good self being custodian of my rights as an elected member of legislative assembly, I need to draw your attention towards the fact that recently, Times Now a TV program broadcast nationwide, has made a preposterous allegation that I am an agent of Pakistan and have been receiving money from that country for creating huge properties for m...
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Dorjay emphasises on revival of defunct cooperative societies
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JAMMU, SEPTEMBER 15: Minister for Cooperatives and Ladakh Affairs, Chering Dorjay reviewed the functioning of Cooperative department in a high level meeting here today. Threadbare discussions were held on various issues pertaining to strengthening of cooperative movement, revival of defunct societies, and early disposal of arbitration cases to make the functioning of Cooperative Societies more convenient. The meeting was attended by Secretary Cooperatives, Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Registrar Cooperative, Peerzada Hafizullah, Joint Registrar (Audit), Jammu, Dr RK Thapa and Joint Registrar (Special), Jammu Trishla Kumari besides senior functionaries of the department from all the districts of Jammu Division. Emphasizing on the need for revival of defunct cooperative societies in the region, th...
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MC Bazaz passes away
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JAMMU, Sep 12: Mohan Chander Bazaz, son of legendary intellectual and journalist Prem Nath Bazaz and brother of Pandit Bhushan Bazaz, President of Jammu & Kashmir Democratic Forum (JKDF), expired on September 11, 2017 at Pittsburgh, USA. He died at the age of 88 years. He is survived by his wife Shanta Bazaz and two daughters Heemal Bazaz & Wuzmal Bazaz Saini. ‘Mohan’ as he was fondly called by his friends, was the 42nd President of the Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association (IPCA) for the year 1990 and the Chief Editor of The Eastern Pharmacist, a monthly publication of the pharmaceutical industry, trade and profession, which was started in the year 1958 and ran uninterruptedly for 43 years. He is son of legendary intellectual and journalist Prem Nath Bazaz. Kalhan Bazaz Secret...
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