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Parliament can save J&K from further death & destruction: Bhim
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JAMMU, June 22: Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party has urged the President of India to intervene without any further delay in his capacity as the custodian of Constitution vis-à-vis Autonomy ridden state of J&K which has been passing through the most dangerous period in its history since 1947. NPP Supremo in a strong appeal to the President of India who is literally a Viceroy vis-à-vis J&K within the meaning and scope of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution though this provision was temporary yet it has survived for nearly 70 years thanks to the Parliament of India. Bhim appealed to all the Members of the Parliament from different areas of the country and different political groups and parties to take up the situation in J&K on urgent footing because the situati...
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APSCC protests against Govt order
‘Ignoring Punjabi language a humiliating attack’
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JAMMU, June 22: All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) Thursday staged protest against the government for failing to declare Punjabi as compulsory subject in schools. Scores of APSCC members assembled at Sanatnagar Gurudwara and marched towards the main road to press the government over their demands. The Sikh raised anti-government slogans and were demanding government to fulfil their demands. Talking to KNS, APSCC chairman, Jagmohan Singh Raina said that the government decision is based on ‘vote bank politics’ and is ‘a humiliating attack’ on the Punjabi language. “Implementation of Government order No 333-edu of 2017 is totally based on vote bank politics and is a humiliating attack on the Punjabi language. Punjabi has been one of the oldest languages in the State, but now u...
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Silence of BJP on GST proving disastrous for traders of Jammu: Chamber
‘BJP-PDP govt forcing us to go for Jammu Bandh’
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JAMMU, June 22: An urgent meeting of the Office bearers of Chamber of Commerce & Industry was held today at Chamber House to discuss the confusion regarding implementation of GST in the state of J&K from July 1, 2017. The President Chamber of Commerce & Industry Rakesh Gupta expressed serious concern regarding non-serious attitude adopted by the government leaving the business world in utter confusion and chaos. In a communication sent to Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, Amit Shah, National President BJP, Ram Madhav, National General Secretary BJP, Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister and Arun Jaitley, Union Finance Minister, Chamber questioned the silence of BJP State Unit on the subject which reads as under It is extremely unfortunate that the utter silence of BJP J&K Unit o...
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Encounter specialist SI acquitted
JAMMU, June 21 (JNF): Court today acquitted an ‘encounter specialist’ Sub-Inspector, Shiv Krishan Sharma alias Sonu, who was reportedly instrumental in killing 68 militants in Doda-Kishtwar belt and arrested by the police for running militant group, as witnesses turned hostile. While acquitting Shiv Krishan Sharma and seven others, Principal Sessions Judge Bhaderwah MK Sharma observed that before drawing the curtain in the case, Court cannot help observing that this is a case in which the police cited as many as 93 witnesses to establish various charges against the accused and out of 93 witnesses, 15 were examined under section 164-A CrPC. Surprisingly, majority of the witnesses including some police personnel and respectable people of the locality have turned hostile. They have stated...
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Army to deploy 2 more battalions in South Kashmir
NEW DELHI, Jun 21 (Agencies): Two additional battalions — a total of 2000 men — of the army will be sent as reinforcement to four troubled districts of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said today. With the presence of additional forces in Kulgam, Anantnag, Shopian and Pulwama, some army camps in Shopian and Pulwama will be revived again, they said. The officials said the two additional battalions, which have already started moving to Kashmir, will be posted to some of the more vulnerable areas of the four districts....
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Warden arrested for sexually abusing minor in Leh
LEH, Jun 20 (Agencies): In a heinous crime which had sent shock waves across Ladakh region, a minor child of 6 years was sexually abused by a hostel warden in Leh. The wicked warden not only sexually abused the child for days but also physically assaulted him causing grievous injuries on his body including his private parts. The incident has been reported from Shey Lamdon Hostel where accused was working as Hostel Warden. The accused, who was earlier serving in the school as computer teacher since June 2013 however joined as hostel warden in March 2017 in the same school. Reliable sources informed that warden used to keep the child with him all the time and even used to bathe him and washed his clothes. The other two wardens in the school never dreamt this but they assumed that the wa...
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J&K Bank: Capital infusion took J&K govt ownership to 59pc
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JAMMU, June 18: As the major stakeholder in J&K Bank, the state government remains ever committed and serious in its support as it is the most premiere financial institution of the state. State’s Finance Secretary Navin Kumar Choudhary made these remarks in presence of J&K Bank Chairman and CEO Parvez Ahmad and other dignitaries present at the bank’s 79th AGM here at SKICC Srinagar. “At the critical juncture, when the bank was in dire need of additional capital, the Government of J&K infused Rs 532 Cr as its additional equity thereby taking its share in the bank from 53 pc to 59.23 pc. This infusion will translate into Growth and expansion and at the same time boost the confidence of all other stakeholders in the bank. It will also help the bank to raise further Rs 700 Cr from the capit...
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JDA retrieves 60 kanals of land
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JAMMU, June 18: In continuation to its drive against the encroachers, Jammu Development Authority (JDA) has retrieved 60 kanals of prime land at Keran, Bantalab near Radha Swami Satsang Ghar. As per details, the JDA in compliance to the Court's order has initiated drive against land encroachers and prepared comprehensive action plan, so far about 400 to 500 kanals of land has been retrieved in Jammu and the value of the same is more than Rs 350 crore. Vice Chairman, JDA, RK Shavan has directed the Director Land Management JDA and the Collector Land Acquisition JDA to demarcate and fence the land after its proper identification so that no confusion is left out for any further litigation. In Keran Bantalab, about 60 kanals of land has been retrieved by removing illegal constructions, ...
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Ousted J&K Police wireless operators demand implementation of HC’s order
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JAMMU, June 18: A large number of wireless operators, who were ousted by the J&K Police Department from services, Saturday held a protest here near Dogra Chowk, demanding justice by implementing stay orders of State High Court (HC). Scores of ousted wireless operators carrying banners gathered near Dogra Chowk to express their anger against State police department, who terminated their services after taking seven years of service. While protesting, the ousted wireless operators said that they were selected as constable (wireless operators) in J&K police but after rendering their services for seven years, they were terminated by the department with a very impractical reason that the criteria for the same post (Constable post) is now considered on State level. "What kind of justice this...
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NC says no direct amendments done to JK Constitution during its rule
‘Around 46 amendments have been extended through presidential order’
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JAMMU, June 16: Refuting the allegations leveled by the PDP against National Conference for making direct amendments to the Constitution of the state, National Conference Friday said PDP might know when did the amendments were extended. Talking to reporters in Srinagar , NC General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar said that during the rule of the party no amendment took place to the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir. “No such amendment to the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir took place during our government. PDP only knows when did those amendments took place,” Sagar told. The state is roiled in fresh controversy over the extension of central Goods and Services Tax to the state, with Opposition, traders and separatists opposing the implementation saying that the extension will erode fisca...
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Kashmiris becoming victims of two guns: Yasir Reshi
Expresses grief over killing of a cop, youth
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JAMMU, June 16: People Democratic Party (PDP) district president Bandipora and MLC, Yasir Reshi on Friday expressed grief over the killing of a cop and a youth in two different incidents in Hyderpora and Rangreth on Thursday evening. Reshi told that the people of Kashmir are becoming the victims of two guns in the Valley. He expressed sympathy with the bereaved families and prayed for their patience to bear this irreparable loss. Reshi also prayed for the eternal peace to departed souls....
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Workshop on ‘scale development and validation’ concludes
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UDHAMPUR, June 16: The seven-day workshop on ‘Scale Development and Validation’, organised by the Udhampur Campus, University of Jammu concluded here today. Prof RD Sharma, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu and Prof Desh Bandhu Gupta Dean Academic Affairs, University of Jammu were the chief guests in the valedictory function while Saurabh Aggarwal associated with IBM SPSS and faculty of HBTI Kanpur was the guest of honour. Congratulating the Udhampur Campus for organising the workshop, the Vice Chancellor said that research is nothing but a common sense and the need is just to apply it. Prof Sharma said that research must be of high quality in order to produce results that can be applied in real life and for that developing a valid scale is very essential. The most important advic...
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Ex-minister appeals govt to release salaries of multipurpose health workers’
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VIJAYPUR, June 16: Former Minister and JKPCC general secretary Manjit Singh today participated in a dharna laid by the female multipurpose health workers in Samba. Leading the demonstration against Government, Manjit Singh said that Congress party will support the cause of the female multipurpose health workers who are back bone of the health sector. “The Government especially Health Minister Bali Bhagat and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti have turned their blind eyes towards the demands of the female multipurpose health workers,” said Manjit Singh, while speaking on the occasion. He said that the government’s inefficiency reflects when employees, who are part of the government, have to come on the roads so that their pending salaries are released. Even as these employees have worked ha...
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Protests over killing of Sameer Bhat
KPs block Jammu-Akhnoor road, demand CBI probe
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JAMMU, Jun 16: Kashmiri Pandits, today held a protest demonstration and blocked Jammu-Akhnoor road for about an hour after attending the commiseration meet on 10th day Kriya of Shaheed Sameer Bhat at Muthi -Ghat Jammu to show their resentment against the government for not ascertaining the truth behind his death. The protesters raised slogans and carried placards displayed in the demonstrations and people across from the area of city Jammu especially community people from Jagti and Nagrota came out in procession and started protest dharna at Muthi Jammu- Akhnoor Road and blocked the traffic movement for about an hour. They further alleged that the State government and police administration are not sincere for resolving the matter related to death case of one martyr young Kashmiri Pandit...
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NPP seeks CBI enquiry into all PSC selections
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JAMMU, Jun 16: Launching a scathing attack on the Public Service Commission for brazenly indulging in large scale bungling, corruption, nepotism and regional prejudice in selections to Government services besides follies of wrongdoings in conducting examinations for various gazetted posts, scores of Panthers party activists along with aggrieved aspirants spearheaded by its Chairman Harsh Dev Singh held a massive protest demonstration outside PSC Office, Jammu today. The agitated protestors torched the effigy of PSC. Rebuking the State PSC gross irregularities in recent KAS preliminary exams, Harsh Dev Singh said that it had come to fore that 24 questions/ answers were wrongly marked in its official key pertaining to Political Science, Zoology and General Studies. While deploring the inc...
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Rayat University launches new courses
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JAMMU, Jun 16: The Rayat Bahra University has carved an enviable niche for itself in the world of education with unique new-age programs, excellent adjustments in top companies and scholarships and free-ships to deserving and meritorious students. Gurvinder Singh Bahr- Chancellor of the Rayat Bahra University and Chairman of the Group said, “The program will be offered by the Rayat Bahra University School of Media studies which also offer programs like Bachelors and Masters Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Bahra University has also signed a memorandum of understanding with the Deakin University of Australia. Under the agreement the Rahat Bahra University would start collaborative MBA (Health Management), M Phil and PhD programs on its campus. Dr Raj Singh, Vice-Chancellor sa...
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PSGA, RTI awareness camps notified
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JAMMU, June 16: District Administration, Rajouri has notified mega camps for awareness of general public on various Centrally Sponsored Schemes, State Government Schemes. services under Public Services Guarantee act and provisions of the Right to Information act besides grievances redressal. The camps will be headed by Deputy Commissioner, ADDC, ADC and SDMs . On June 20, a camp will be organised at Thanamandi, on June 29, at Nowshera, on July 3, at Sunderbani, on July 11, at Koteranka , July 14, at Manjakote and 20 July at Kalakote. The programmes will be coordinated by BDOs and Tehsildars. These camps will highlight provisions of various schemes like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bhima Yojna, Krishi Sinchaye Jojna, PMUY,SBM, Make in India, DDUGVY, Pension schemes, scholarship schemes, welfare...
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Rana launches Heritage restoration project in Dansal-Jandrah
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JAMMU, June 16: MLA Nagrota, Devender Singh Rana has launched a joint initiative with INTACH and the Department of Environmental Sciences Jammu University to preserve and revive the Heritage sites in Nagrota constituency. Nagrota constituency has many ancient Temples , Ponds, Bowlis and Peer Sthans some of which are dated back to Mahabharata and so the need to preserve them and restore the heritage for the posterity, said Rana. The areas specifically discussed were Nandani, Jandrah, Dansal, Kishanpur, Kapotha, Surinsar, Aithem, Kattalbatal, Jagti, Marh, Bamyal, Devi-Mai, Kol Kandoli. The convenor of the INTACH in Jammu SM Sahni made a detailed presentation on the different sites which were visited by Dr CM Seth, IFS (Retd), Environmentalist and Co-convenor INTACH,J&K State, Professor ...
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