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Kashmir to be promoted as all season tourist destination: CM
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SRINAGAR, April 26: In a bid to promote the business and tourism-related activities in Kashmir valley, chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today held detailed deliberations with all the connected stakeholders to strategize a plan for maximising the gains in the coming tourist season. He called upon the business and tourism stakeholders to become partners in improving the indices of State’s development so that a sound edifice is laid for a better and smarter J&K. Minister for Public Works, Syed Altaf Bukhari, Minister for Finance, Haseeb A. Drabu, Minister for IT, YS&S, Technical Education, Imran Raza Ansari, Minister of State for H&UDD, I&C, Mohammad Ashraf Mir, MLA Zadibal, Abid Ansari and MLC, Khursheed Alam, were also present. Representatives of all leading associations affiliated ...
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CM grieved over death of RS Pura residents
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SRINAGAR, April 26: Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today expressed grief over the death of two persons from RS Pura in the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday. In his condolence message, Mufti Sayeed conveyed his sympathies to the bereaved families in their moment of grief and prayed for peace to the departed souls. The chief minister directed both the Divisional Commissioners to remain in touch with the concerned agencies and ascertain the safety of the citizens of J&K in Nepal. The deceased persons have been identified as Khajaan Singh and Parvinder Singh, both residents of Simbal Morh, RS Pura. All the residents of J&K, relatives of whom have been affected by the earthquake in Nepal, have been advised to contact the following helpline numbers available in the of...
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Normalcy returns to Narbal
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SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Normalcy today returned to Narbal and its adjoining areas after repeated clashes following the killing of Suhail Ahmad Sofi by police on Saturday. Shops, schools, government and semi government offices today opened in the township. Public transport was also plying normally on the roads. A large number of people were seen busy in purchasing different items in the market. There was no major deployment of police and CRPF in the township. Suhail was killed by police during a protest demonstration on Saturday. The two cops including an ASI have already been arrested on charges of not following the standard operation procedure in control the mob. A magisterial probe has also been ordered by state government to probe actual cause of his death....
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Farooq in Press Colony
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SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Former chief minister and National Conference (NC) president Dr Farooq Abdullah today made a surprise appearance at Press Colony here. This was his first appearance at a public place after returning from London, where he underwent a surgery. Dr Abdullah also did some shopping briefly at Residency Road. As NC president’s vehicle entered Press Colony, he waved towards some media persons present there. The media person told him that he looked “weak”. Dr Abdullah responded in his typical style, “ I am not weak. I am still 35 year old youth. King (me) is back again,” he said. The photo journalists requested him to get down from the vehicle for pictures. “You people were always after me,” the former chief minister said, while alighting down from the vehicle. He asked a...
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HC asks private schools to file affidavits on no-fee for flood period
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SRINAGAR, Apr 20: The High Court today directed all private educational institutes to file affidavits that they have not charged tuition and bus fee from students for September-October 2014 when the floods brought havoc in Kashmir. A division bench of the High Court comprising of Justice M H Atta Justice A M Magrey asked all the private schools to file these affidavits within two weeks. On January 5, the Court had directed the owners of private educational institutes not to increase tuition fee charged from the students. It also asked over 90 private schools that have been served notices not to charge any tuition fee from students for September and October months of 2014, when floods hit Kashmir and educational institutes were closed. A division bench of Justice Muzaffar Hussain Attar ...
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PDP demands removal of bunker in Tral
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SRINAGAR, Apr 19: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) youth president, Waheed Ur Rehman Parra has demanded removal of CRPF bunker from the main Bus Stand, Tral. During his interaction with a group of youth in the area, Waheed was informed about the problems being faced by the locals due to presence of bunker in the heart of town. "Bunker's presence in the main town has been creating lot of problems for the people particularly traders, transporters and pedestrians. It mostly becomes target of stone pelting with the result everything gets disturbed in the area," they told the PDP youth president. Waheed assured the youth that their genuine demand will be seriously looked into, immediately, a party statement said....
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