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Salman Khan in Kashmir to shoot ‘Race 3’
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SRINAGAR, Apr 23: Bollywood star Salman Khan on Monday reached Kashmir to shoot for Remo D’ Souza directed movie ‘Race 3.’ Reports said that the 52-year-old actor has reached the picturesque health resort of Sonamarg along with Jacqueline Fernandez for the shoot. Khan had last time shot scenes for his blockbuster ‘Bajrangi Bhaijan’ in Kashmir....
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Samanbal members stage protests across Jammu, Ladakh, Kargil, Kashmir
‘No one should link gruesome crime to victim’s religion’
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SRINAGAR, Apr 22: The Samanbal members of Kashmir, Ladakh and Jammu linked to Ehsaas staged protest demonstrations in all three regions of the State to protest the gruesome rape and murder of an eight-year-old Gujjar girl of Kathua, and the latest spree of rapes in places like Surat and Unnao, and across India. Staging protests in Srinagar, the Samanbal members said the rape and murder of the child was brutal and that everyone having a human heart ought to come out in support for justice. They also said no one should link the gruesome crime to victim’s religion. Noted academicians Neerja Mattoo and Nusrat Andrabi, Maria Hearty, a business woman, Asha Ji, a Sarpanch from Tangmarg, noted broadcaster Ruksana Jabeen, Pallavi Sachdeva, and women from across Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh also co...
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Calling students ‘rowdies’ unacceptable, Rasheed says
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SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Appealing Education Minister to reconsider his decision to close tuition centers in the valley, Independent lawmaker and MLA Langate Er Rasheed has said that the move is unjustified, harsh and unacceptable. In a statement, Rasheed said while education Minister has always been showing keen interest in bringing the derailed education system back to track but his decision to shut down coaching centers in Kashmir valley seems an act of revenge against the student community who are our future, who were well within their limits to protest against Kuthua incident . “It is strange that on one had government appeals students to return to classwork but on the other hand issues orders depriving them of using coaching centers to improve their talent and skill,” Rasheed said. “Ed...
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‘Dal, Anchar, Khushallsar lakes deteriorating for want of funds’
PFR forwarded to ERA for ADB loan: Govt
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SRINAGAR, Apr 21: Even though hundreds of crores have been spend so far on conservation and management projects, the condition of Dal, Khushallsar, Anchar lakes here continues to be deteriorating. People believe that there are various aspects which are responsible for snatching the glory of these water bodies. “It is shocking that the authorities are not interested in keeping lakes safe from pollution. Dal lake which once covered an area of 75 square kilometres has shrunk to 12 square kilometres in the last two decades. It has been said that the lake’s depth has also come down by nearly 12 metres and is a grave sign of the dangers the lake faces,” said one of the social activists. The study conducted by the University of Kashmir has also found that Dal lake has lost 24.49% of its area...
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Tourist spots in Valley, Ladakh region declared 'no polythene' zones
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SRINAGAR, Apr 21: The Jammu and Kashmir government has declared tourist destinations and resorts in the Valley and Ladakh region as polythene-free zones, and banned the use of non-biodegradable plastic at its properties, according to an official order. The government aims to achieve sustainable tourism and make tourist destinations in the state eco-friendly with the step. "In order to make Kashmir division, including Leh and Kargil, polythene-free, it is hereby ordered that all tourist units are declared polythene-free zones. The tourist destinations or resorts are also brought under the ambit of no polythene zones," the order issued by Mehmood Shah, Director Tourism, Kashmir, stated. According to the order, use of polythene and disposable plastic at tourist destinations and propertie...
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DC visits SSB exam centres, reviews facilities
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BARAMULLA, Apr 21: Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr Nasir Ahmad Naqash today visited various Service Selection Board (SSB) examination centers and took stock of facilities put in place for the smooth conduct of the examinations. On the occasion, DC inquired about the facilities provided by the district administration. He was apprised that 11355 candidates are appearing for different post in 31 centers across the district. The DC stressed on the heads of institutions, observers and invigilators to conduct the examination in a fair and transparent manner....
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DC for submission of authenticated list of registered sumo stands within 10 days
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SRINAGAR, Apr 21: Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, Saturday chaired a meeting of the Regional Transport Authority (RTA) Srinagar discussing various matters relating to public transport in the district. The DC who is the chairman of RTA Srinagar directed for submitting the list of registered sumo stands and the number of sumos registered with them in the district within 10 days. The DC stressed on diligence while undertaking the verification exercise of registered sumos operating in the district. He stressed that there must be no scope for deceit at all. Dr Shah also directed for ensuring that time-plan is strictly adhered to by public transport operators across the district. Matters related to operation of new bus services, approval of revised route plans of mi...
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Div Com reviews Durbar Move preparations
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SRINAGAR, Apr 21: Divisional Commissioner Baseer Ahmad Khan today visited Civil Secretariat Srinagar to review the preparations for the upcoming Durbar Move. The Div Com was accompanied by DDC Srinagar, IGP Kashmir, CE PHE and other officials representing various departments. The Div Com visited various sections of the secretariat building and inquired about the status of renovation works. Div Com also reviewed residential accommodations for move employees besides sanitation and renovation works to be taken up in Government Quarters. He directed the concerned departments to ensure that the renovation and repair work at Civil Secretariat and in all government residential quarters is completed well in time besides facilities like potable water, power, ration etc are made available....
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Internet services suspended in Srinagar
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SRINAGAR, Apr 20: Mobile Internet services were temporarily suspended in Srinagar city, while the high-speed network was throttled in parts of south Kashmir today. Officials said this was done as a precautionary measure to check rumour mongering in the wake of recent protests demanding justice for the Kathua rape victim. A police official said the suspension of the mobile Internet facility was a precautionary measure for just few hours. It was a precautionary measure to check rumour mongering and prevent miscreants from creating any law and order problems, the official said. He said while mobile Internet services were working normally in the rest of the valley, the speed was reduced in the four districts of Anantnag, Kulgam, Pulwama and Shopian of south Kashmir. The official said the...
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Minister orders attachment of director SKICC
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SRINAGAR, Apr 19: Tourism minister Tassaduq Hussain Mufti today ordered attachment of director Sher-e-Kashmir international conference centre (SKICC) Yasmeen Khan along with engineering staff. An official spokesman said the minister issued the orders in connection with the allegations against the officer(s) for violation of rules and norms amounting to abuse of official position, breach of trust, thereby inflicting a huge loss to the state exchequer. Earlier, the minister also directed for constituting two committees under additional secretary tourism and director tourism Kashmir to conduct a thorough probe into the alleged irregularities, the spokesperson said. The minister had also directed the finance department for conducting special audit of SKICC for last 10 years, he added....
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CCTV pictures help cops to solve 2 cases
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SRINAGAR, Apr 18: Pictures taken through CCTV cameras helped local police today solve two cases. The pictures were given wide publicity through social media and media. Police got leads about the two accused persons from the people and both of them were arrested. One of the arrested persons is a truck driver, involved in hit and run case at Chanapora Bypass. After the accident, the driver in his truck could be tracked and identified. The pictures of the truck were circulated by police in social media and media. This led to the arrest of driver. Another person was involved in a molestation case. After his picture figured in social media, some people helped police in nabbing him....
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