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HC refuses to transfer LPA regarding J&K flag case
JAMMU, Feb 12 (JNF): High Court (HC) today refused to transfer LPA regarding hosting of state flag and for changing position of Governor to Sadr-i-Riyasat. In a transfer application filed by Abdul Qayoom seeking transfer of LPA filed by Farooq Khan retired IGP and General Secretary BJP challenging judgment of writ court regarding hosting of state flag and for changing the position of Governor to Sadr-i-Riyasat, Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar of J&K High Court Jammu wing today after hearing petitioner in person refuse to transfer the LPA. Chief Justice N Paul Vasnathkumar observed that it is stated that case having been filed at Srinagar wing of High Court and petitioner being resident of Srinagar, LPA requires and needs to be transferred and heard at Srinagar wing of High Court, as ...
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J&K AG resigns
JAMMU, Feb 12 (Agencies): Advocate General, Jahangir Iqbal Ganai today resigned from his post after being asked by Government to do so. "Immediately on the instructions (from the Governor), I resigned and choose not to continue despite request made to do so later", Jehangir told agencies. "Yesterday I was asked to resign by 11 AM today and I have sent my resignation to authorities at 10.45 AM," he said adding "if there is no trust in Advocate General, there is no fun in continuing". "Though Chief Secretary called and impressed upon me to continue, I politely said No. The Commissioner Secretary Law also called back at 12.30 PM for continuation, I said no,” he said. Jahangir maintained that he continued after the government ceased to exist because he wanted to ensure that the policy dec...
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Nine DySPs adjusted
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JAMMU, Feb 12: Director General of Police (DGP) today adjusted the nine DySPs in the state. As per order, DySP Sohail Hassan has been adjusted as DySP IR 12, DySP Sayeed Peerzada Mujahid-ul-Haq as DySP 5th IR, Mansha Beig as DySP IR 7th, Sunil Singh as DySP JKAP 9th Battalion, Gulzar Rashid Magray as DySP IR 15th Battalion, Surinder Singh as DySP IR 16th Battalion, Shokat Ali as DySP JKAP 12th Battalion, Satish Kumar as DySP PC Kakpora Pulwama and Mohammad Hussain as DySP IR 19 Battalion against available vacancy. ...
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PUDR condemns fascism in name of nationalism
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NEW DELHI, Feb 12: People’S Union For Democratic Rights (PUDR) strongly today condemned the Delhi Police for arresting the JNU students’ union president, Kanhaiya Kumar today on charges of sedition and criminal conspiracy for holding a protest demonstration on February 9th against the judicial hanging of Afzal Guru, three years ago. In a statement issued Moushumi Basu, Deepika Tandon Secretaries, PUDR said that the events between February 9 and 12 demonstrate how the administration (including the University authorities) have caved in to the demands of the ABVP, the BJP led students party which has only 1 seat in the JNU students’ union. On 9th the ABVP protested against the event and termed it ‘anti-national’ as pro-Kashmiri slogans were allegedly raised during the demonstration. The A...
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DC issues avalanche warning in Poonch
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POONCH, Feb 11: In the wake of heavy snowfall in the higher reaches of Pir Panjal range in the district, Deputy Commissioner, Mohammed Harun Malik has advised the people not to venture into avalanche-prone areas to avoid any untoward incident. Meanwhile, the DC has issued directions to the concerned officers to activate their men and machinery and ensure that there is no disruption of essential services, power and water supply, health care services etc. and that there is no shortage of food grains and other essential commodities in the district especially in hilly snow prone areas of Surankote and Mandi tehsils....
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Advisor reviews upcoming 10th, 12th JKBOSE exam preparations
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JAMMU, Feb 10: Advisor to the Governor Parvez Dewan Wednesday reviewed preparations with respect to upcoming 10th and 12th class examinations being conducted by Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) in the 7 districts of Jammu division under summer zone. Chairing a video conference with concerned Deputy Commissioners, the Advisor urged them to ensure smooth conduct of examinations free from any malpractice. During the meeting instructions were passed on to put in place fool proof measures to maintain security of question papers. Besides, it was decided that supervisory staff deployed earlier would not be repeated and local `randomisation of invigilation staff’ would also be carried out by the respective DCs. With regard to certain sensitive examination centres, directions w...
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147 departmental enquiries
HC directs 13 Adm Secys to file status report in 2 weeks
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JAMMU, Feb 10 (JNF): In a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) highlighting delay in finalization of 147 departmental enquiries, Division Bench of State High Court today directed 13 Administrative Secretaries to file status of enquiries within two weeks or appear in person. Division Bench comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and Justice Tashi Rabstan expressed its displeasure/anguish over the delay in the finalization of 147 departmental enquiries pending against various officers of state government occupying responsible positions. Division Bench looking into the slackness on the part of 13 Administrative Departments impleaded their Secretaries as party respondents in the PIL and directed all 13 Commissioner/ Secretaries to file the status of the pending departmental enquiries withi...
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SVC disposes of 2928 cases in less than 3 years
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JAMMU, Feb 10: State Vigilance Commission (SVC) which came to be constituted in February 2013 disposed off 2928 cases in less than three years upto to December 2015. Official reports said that the Commission during this period received 3353 complaints, out of which 2928 complaints were disposed off while the remaining 425 are under scrutiny/enquiry. This included cases received from J&K State Accountability Commission (SAC). As per their Annual Report for the year 2011-12, SAC out of 458 pending complaints disposed off 128 complaints during one year and transferred 282 cases to SVC. However, SVC received 286 cases from SAC and almost all of them were at the initial hearing stage. The 2928 cases decided by SVC include 274 cases out of 286 cases received from SAC only 12 of SAC referred...
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FY closure: Finance deptt issues circular
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JAMMU, Feb 9: The Finance department has asked to submit proposals of advance drawal revalidation, authorization etc, if any, pertaining to financial year 2015-16 to the department well before March 24, 2016. According to a circular issued by Finance department, no such proposal shall be entertained by the Finance Department after 24th of March, 2016, the circular reads. According to the circular, proposals for parking of money in “Civil Deposits” in order to avoid lapsing of funds shall not be entertained and processed. Issuance of `hundies’ stands already banned and the departments have been advised not to move any proposals in this regard. Re-appropriation proposals, if any, shall be put up to Finance Department before March 18, 2016, the circular said. The circular has asked the T...
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Ganai to meet public on daily basis
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JAMMU, Feb 8: Advisor to Governor Khurshid Ganai would be meeting the public in the civil secretariat from 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM daily from Monday to Friday....
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Pamphlets for Faktu’s release in Kishtwar
By Firdous Khanday
GANDOH, Feb 6: Some unidentified persons circulated the pamphlets in the Kishtwar town advocating the release of former Hizb spokesperson and separatist leader Dr Qasim Faktu lodged in Srinagar jail for last 23 years. The posters have termed his continuous detention as "political vendetta" and in violation of the rules and regulations. Faktu is the husband of Asiya Indrabi, head of radical women organization "Dukhtaran-e-millat." Some unidentified persons believe to be non locals circulated the set of four pamphlets highlighting the life history of the hardliner separatist leader who had convicted by the Supreme Court of India for life imprisonment in murder case and for anti India activities. The pamphlets appealed to the masses for joining the campaign for release of the jail leader...
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