Jammu & Kashmir

Naeem Akhtar for providing all-weather connectivity to hilly areas

GOOL (RAMBAN), NOVEMBER 20 –Reiterating government’s resolve to provide all-weather road connectivity to the hilly areas, Minister for Public Works, Naeem Akhtar said no stone will be left unturned to complete the ongoing road projects in Gool by April, 2018. While responding to various demands raised by the locals during a public meeting at Gool, the Minister said the road ...

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World Heritage Week begins with showcasing of 700-year-old books in Srinagar

SRINAGAR, NOVEMBER 20: Department of Libraries and Research today inaugurated the World Heritage Week from 19th to 25th November at Gani Memorial Reading Centre Rajouri Kadal. On the occasion, the libraries department showcased the rarest of the rare books. Some of the showcased books in Sanskrit, Persian and Kashmir languages are around 700-year-old. On the occasion, the handwritten Quran with gold, Bhagwat Geeta, ...

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CM’s public outreach Continuing with her public outreach, Mehbooba convenes public grievances camp at Kathua

  Announces release of Rs. 60 lac for High school building LohaiMalhar; Rs. 50 lac each for GB hostel Bani, improvement in Billawar drinking water, irrigation facilities; Rs. 3o lac for setting up transformer bank in disstt., Rs. 20 lac for MC Kathua Augmentation of water supply in kandi belt, start of work on Panjtirthi project, construction of flyovers, drug ...

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Governor chairs Committee of Board Meeting to discuss issues relating to mule owners/handlers operating on the tracks to Shrine

JAMMU, NOVEMBER 20: Governor N. N. Vohra, Chairman Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, chaired a meeting of the Committee of the Board (comprising Jammu based Members of the Board) to discuss issues relating to mule owners/handlers operating on the track between Katra and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine. The Meeting discussed a note prepared by the Chief Secretary, in ...

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Govt Tightned Nose on Private Schools. 

Srinagar,November 19:2017:- The government has invoked SRO 123 for renewal of no-objection-certificates of private schools in Kashmir. The directorate of school education in a fresh order has asked private schools to seek renewal of NoCs within the terms prescribed under SRO 123. The DSEK has also instructed the private schools to pay reasonable salary to the teachers and other staff ...

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Geelani blamed India for its rigid and stubborn approach

Srinagar, November 19: Syed Ali Geelani while paying his heartfelt tributes to youth slain in Hajin encounter, said that these youths lay their lives to end the age-old slavery of their nation, and added they are laying heavy responsibility on our shoulders to carry their mission till its logical end. Syed Ali Geelani blamed India for its rigid and stubborn approach and said that ...

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Sacrifices will bring glad tidings: Lashkar

Srinagar, Nov 19: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah while paying tributes to six slain militants in Hajin, Bandipora said “it is the prayers of freedom fighters answered by Allah (SWT).” “For India, this might seem no more than a little accomplishment on the heavy price of its soldiers but for Kashmir, such sacrifices will bring glad tidings to the freedom ...

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3-day Cultural Exchange cum Creative Development  of Youth Camp concludes at Budgam.

Srinagar November 19, 2017,Saleem CNN: The three day camp on cultural exchange cum creative development of youth organized by Bharat Scouts & Guides, Northern railways Ferozpur concludes at Budgam today. In the valedictory function at the jam packed auditorium of Railway Station Budgam the members of scouts and guides drawn from Kashmir, Jammu, Punjab and UP mesmerized the audience with ...

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CM’s public outreach Mehbooba conducts public grievances camp at Samba, listens to people’s grievances

Announces release of Rs 1.40 Cr for augmenting power infra; Rs. 50 lac for addl. accommodation at local Hr. Sec. school, Rs. 20 lacs each for IT college at Ismailpur, Distt. library; Rs. 15 lacs for digital X-ray at local Hosp.; Rs. 10 lac for Bar library People demand flyover construction, women’s college, check on industrial pollution, early release of SC/ST ...

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Train Service Suspended For Tomarrow in kashmir Valley

Budgam,18 Nov 2017:CNS/CNN:- Authorities have Decided to Suspended the Banihal-BaramullaTrain Service Tomarrow in kashmir Valley as a precautionary Measure. Cheif Controller Northern Railway Kashmir Mr Nand Laal while talking to CNS/CNN Bureau Chief North kashmir Confirmed That on the directions of IGP Kashmir all the Trains From Banihaal to Budgaam will Remain Suspended Tomarrow on 19 Nov 2017 Sunday as ...

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