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Secretariat employees protests to press govt over their demands
‘No official business in offices for next two days’
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Civil Secretariat Coordination Committee (CSCC) Wednesday held an emergency meeting under the Chairmanship of Ghulam Rasool Mir. Maqbool Hussain, President Lower Grade Employees Union also participated with all representatives. The Coordination Committee according to the statement issued, appreciated the role and support of Secretariat Employees in making today's call a success. The Coordination Committee further decided to continue the strike programme to press for fulfilling the demands like detachment of attached staff, resolving of Estates Issues and constitution of committee to inquire into the orders issued by Director Estates with regard to change of accommodation, fresh allotments of quarters,change of quarters on mutual basis without following proper procedure, ...
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Govt asks ISPs to stop transmission of social networking sites
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JAMMU, Apr 26: The State Government today asked the internet Service Providers (ISPs) to stop transmission of around 22 social networking sites in Kashmir with immediate effect. “In the interest of maintenance of public order, the Government, in exercise of powers conferred by sub-section (2) of Section-5 of the Indian Telegraph Act 1885 read with the Indian Telegraph (Amendment ) Rules, 2007 hereby directs all Internet Service Providers (ISPs), that any message or class of messages to or from any person or class of persons relating to any subject or any pictorial content through the social networking sites Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, QQ, We Chat, Qzone, Tumbir, Google+, Baidu, Skype, Viber, Line, Snapchat, Pinterest, Telegram, Reddit, Snapfish, You Tube (upload), Vine, Xanga, Buzzne...
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VC SABDGB expresses dismay over Reasi incident
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Expressing dismay over the Reasi incident, Vice-Chairman State Advisory Board for Development of Gujjars and Bakerwals, Choudhary Zafar Ali today said the law and order machinery should deal with such incidents firmly to prevent harassment of innocent citizens of the State. In a statement Choudhary Zafar Ali said the miscreants involved in this unfortunate incident have tried to hit at the centuries old brotherhood among the people of various communities living together in the State. “The hapless nomadic family was moving along with their cattle as per the age-old tradition to summer stations with valid permission from the administration,” he said and added that such acts of high-handedness are highly condemnable and intolerable. “During my visit to Reasi on 25 April 20...
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One way traffic on NHW-1A on Apr 29,30, May 6,7: IG Traffic
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JAMMU, Apr 26: According to Inspector General of Police Traffic, Jagjit Kumar to ensure hassle free movement of vehicles carrying Darbar move employees and important official records, only one-way movement of traffic viz. from Jammu towards Srinagar shall be permitted on April 29 and 30, 2017 on the NHW-1A. “As such no movement of any sort of traffic including that of convoys of Army, BSF, CRPF, ITBP, CISF, SSB etc. shall be permitted on the NHW-1A from Srinagar towards Jammu on 29th and 30th April. 2017” a handout issued here today stated. It further stated that the one-way movement of traffic viz. from Jammu towards Srinagar would also be in place on May 6 and 7, 2017, to ensure hassle free movement of vehicles carrying Darbar move employees. “No movement of any sort of traffic i...
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DC launches gram sabhas
‘Move aims at grassroots level planning’
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SAMBA, Apr 26: District Development Commissioner, Sheetal Nanda today launched gram sabhas across the district which would be held over a span of one week from April 26l to May 1 for promoting grassroots level planning. Gram Sabhas are being held to take up proposals for framing Panchayat plan for NREGA, IAY, SBM for current year and prospective plan under 14th FC for next 5 years. Speaking on the occasion, the DDC said that Gram sabhas shall also take up issues pertaining to Aadhaar seeding and job card verification and hold discussions on other issues faced by community members in these sabhas. She further said that demands put forth by the people in the gram sabhas shall form the basis of projects to be taken up under various schemes by the District Administration. ...
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PSC declares Combined Prelim Exam results
6,925 candidates qualify for main exams
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JAMMU, Apr 23: The Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission today announced the result of Preliminary Examination conducted on March 19, 2017 at 08 centres across the state in which 36,681 candidates had appeared and out of them 6,925 have qualified for main examination which is scheduled to commence from 17th July, 2017. The detailed schedule will be issued separately. The result is on the official website of JKPSC www.jkpsc.nic.in....
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Internet, social media gag is attack on fundamental rights: Monga
Govt fails on all fronts, need to initiate dialogue process
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JAMMU, Apr 20: Senior leader Congress Ghulam Nabi Monga while reacting on the reported internet and social media gag in the valley said that it is an attack on the fundamental rights. He said that even the supreme court of India has said that social media or internet is fundamental right. “It will only worsen the situation. Government has failed on all fronts”. Monga said that BJP-PDP speaks in different voices adding that move like closing colleges and issuing anti people statements only further alienate the people besides worsen the situation. He said that BJP-PDP should change their policy adding that they should also initiate the dialogue process with all stake holders. “The solution of the problem only lies with the dialogue”, he said. Monga while replying a question told that...
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Are they running Govt or dictatorship? : Hakeem Yaseen
‘Either govt should initiate peace process or give up’
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JAMMU, Apr 20: Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen, member of Legislative assembly from Khansahab constituency while reacting on the present situation in Kashmir said that either government should initiate peace process or give up. He told that they BJP-PDP should decide if they are running a government or a dictatorship. “The recent viral videos of beating of youth were seen by everybody, even by the government, but no action was taken”. He said since 2014 the education of Kashmiri children is affected adding that the use of force against the students will only alienate them further. Yaseen said there is no difference between government and Hurriyat as they are closing educational institution while Hurriyat issues strike calls. He said this nature of governance only damages the education of Kas...
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Situation in J&K "alarming": Bhalla
Administrative machinery utterly paralyzed
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JAMMU, Apr 20: Former Minister and senior Congress leader Raman Bhalla today said that the situation in Jammu & Kashmir was "alarming" and attacked the central and state governments, saying the repeated incidents of attacks was a result of "weak and flawed" policies to deal with cross-border terror aided and abetted by Pakistan. He also slammed coalition Govt for poor deliverance with utter failure on its part to address and redress the genuine urges and aspirations of the people of the state and to redeem its promises. Bhalla while addressing block level meeting near green belt park area Thursday said the government had been high on rhetoric and low on delivery with all its tall claims, airy slogans and loud pronouncements having fallen flat.“Despite BJP claimed liberal central fund...
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Abolition of ‘Lal Batis’ a very good measure: Soz
‘Decision was long overdue’
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JAMMU, Apr 20: Former union minister and senior Congress leader, Prof Saifuddin Soz Thursday welcomed the Government of India’s (GoI) decision to abolish to the use of red beacons on top of the vehicles used by government officials and dignitaries. Soz in a statement issued said, “I welcome the GoI’s decision to abolish Lal Bati for VIP vehicles. This decision was long overdue.” “Personally speaking, I belonged to the category of Parliamentarians who saw dignity in their simplicity. At this moment, we must not lose sight of the fact that Arvind Kajriwal and S Amrinder Singh, CMs of Delhi and Punjab, respectively, had already rejected this awkward culture of Lal-Bati,” he said. “I regret to say that some Parliamentarians wanted to throw weight around and that was only their vanity. I mu...
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NC protests anti Kashmiri remarks of BJP minister, demands his resignation
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JAMMU, Apr 20: National Conference Thursday condemned the controversial and communally loaded statement of JK government Cabinet Minister Chandra Prakash Ganga where he had brazenly advocated for use of bullets against protesters in Kashmir. While calling the comments unfortunate and uncalled for, National Conference and Youth national Conference workers took out a protest march from party head quarters and also burnt the effigy of BJP minister outside TRC Srinagar. The protest rally was led by District president Srinagar Peer Afaq and Youth National Conference Provincial President Salman Ali Sagar. Chanting slogans against Ganga and the coalition government, hundreds of protestors started marching towards Srinagar commercial hub Lal Chowk. However a heavy contingent of police intercept...
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BJP minister should change poisonous mindset: PDP
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JAMMU, Apr 20: Fresh controversy has erupted between PDP and BJP after a remark by BJP minister against youth in Kashmir, with PDP condemning his statement saying that such “mindset” needs to be changed. Industries and Commerce minister Chandra Prakash Ganga, who is BJP’s MLA from Vijaypur in Jammu region, has said on Wednesday said the youth throwing stones in Kashmir should be dealt with bullets. “They are traitors. Bullet is only remedy for them. And if not bullets, they should be handed over such a punishment like the youth who are beaten with sticks by forces. Take my word that next time they (the youth) won’t throw stones,” Ganga was see saying in a video clip that has gone viral on social networking sites. However, the PDP said that the minister (Chandra Prakash Ganga) should ch...
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