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Premature retirement case
State suffers setback, HC dismisses LPA against 7 employees
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JAMMU, Dec 12(JNF): In a major set-back to the State, a Division Bench of State High Court comprising Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Justice Sanjeev Kumar Tuesday dismissed an LPA of State challenging the judgment in premature retirement cases including that of Chief Engineer Prem Nath. The Division Bench after hearing AAG Rohit Kapoor for the State dismissed this LPA filed by the State against Mumtaz Hussain Bhat, Sher Singh, Girdhari Lal, Tarsem Lal, Farid Ahmed Tak, Sher Mohammed Khan and Prem Nath Chief Engineer. While dismissing the appeals, Division Bench observed, “While the committee can always asses the integrity of a government servant and consider the reputation which he enjoys yet for assessing the same, there has to be some basis in the service records. Hearsay reputation ...
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DySP lynching case
Charges framed, bail applications of 17 accused rejected
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JAMMU, Dec 12(JNF): In a much publicized DySP lynching case, 4th Additional Sessions Judge Srinagar Kamlesh Pandita today framed charges and also rejected the bail application of 17 accused. 4th Additional Sessions Judge Srinagar rejected the bail applications of Adil Siraj Misgar son of Siraj-ud-din Misger, Dawood Fayaz Zargar son of Fayaz Ahmad Zargar both residents of Jamia Masjid Srinagar, Faisal Manzoor Khan son of Manzoor Ahmad Khan resident of Raj Bagh Srinagar, Sheikh Khalid Rasool son of Ghulam Rasool, Iqbal Ahmad Khan son of Nisar Ahmad Khan resident of Chundpora Nowhatta, Arsalan Mushtaq son of Mushtaq Ahamd resident of Chundpora Nowhatta Srinagar, Jowenz Hussain Khan son of Mohammed Hussain Khan resident of Rang Haman Nowhatta Srinagar, Sameer Ahmad Khan son of Abdul Rashid K...
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Drabu launches J&K’s maiden IT-enabled Constituency Management System
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JAMMU, Dec 10: In a maiden initiative IT-enabled governance tool, Constituency Management System (CMS), was unveiled by the Minister for Finance Dr Haseeb Drabu here today. CMS has been developed by Dr K Gressan, Associate Professor, Department of Local Governance, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute Youth Development with support from Ministry of Youth Affairs, Government of India. While giving a detailed presentation about CMS, Dr Gressan said the framework aimed at providing a handy tool for legislators to understand their constituencies well and to accordingly plan for their development. He added that CMS would capture the needs, concerns, issues of all citizens of the area and also help representatives to understand the potentials and possibilities of the constituency. While speakin...
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India, Pak trade fire in Poonch
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POONCH, Dec 10: After a brief lull, Pakistan troops Sunday evening yet again resorted to unprovoked firing on forward Indian posts and the civilian population along the Line of Control (LoC) in Shahpur sector of Poonch district. A defence spokesperson while confirming ceasefire violation said that Indian side after initial restraint also retaliated in equal measure. According to official sources, Pak troops opened firing at forward Indian posts along the LoC in Shahpur sector in Ponch district this evening at around 8.20 PM using small arms. Indian side also responded strongly and effectively. Though there was no report of any loss or injury so far yet the exchange of fire was still on till the last reports poured in....
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Specially abled students meet CM
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JAMMU, Dec 8: A group of specially abled students called on the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today. The students were part of various sporting events being organised these days by J&K State Sports Council. These children participated in various events like mountain expedition and trekking under the auspices of the Council. The Chief Minister expressed happiness on meeting these children and accepted their request to spend some time with them at their school. She announced a grant of Rs. 10 lakhs for upgrading facilities for these children adding that whatever required would be done by her government for their welfare. The Chief Minister also distributed prizes among these students on the occasion. Secretary, J&K State Sports Council, Waheed ur Rehman Parra and other officials ...
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Focus on developing catchment areas, people while developing tourist spots: Mehbooba
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JAMMU, Dec 7: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today directed the tourism department and allied agencies to focus on the development of catchment areas and people while developing facilities at various tourist spots. This, she said, would enable them to become equal partners and stakeholders in promoting tourism across the state. Chairing a joint meeting of Yousmarg, Wullar and Manasbal and Lolab, Bangus and Drangyari Tourism Development Authorities here today, the Chief Minister directed them to raise as minimum concrete structures at tourist spots as possible and develop each destination vis-a-vis its own specialty. She asked them to ensure that the infrastructure being raised was in sync with the local culture and architectural pattern. Ministers, Abdul Haq Khan, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanju...
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Search operation in Mendhar forests
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JAMMU, Dec 6: The security forces on Wednesday launched a search operation in Beri Rakh forest area in Mendhar tehsil of Poonch district. He said the operation was jointly launched by the army and Special Operations Group of Jammu and Kashmir police. Reports said that searches were conducted in the area last evening as well....
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Guv congratulates award winning journalists from J&K
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JAMMU, Dec 6: Governor N N Vohra has congratulated Abhishek Saha and Waseem Andrabi for winning the prestigious Ramnath Goenka awards for excellence in their accomplishments in the field of reporting and photojournalism. He said, “It gives me great pleasure that the journalists working in Jammu and Kashmir are doing so well and gaining recognition at the national level.” Abhishek has been awarded for reporting in respect of Jammu and Kashmir and North East category and Waseem for photography in All Over India category. Both of them work for Hindustan Times in Kashmir. Governor hoped that their success would inspire other journalists in the state and wished Abhishek and Waseem continuing high successes in their future careers....
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State govt seeks army’s help in Kishtwar airstrip construction
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JAMMU, Dec 6: The Jammu and Kashmir government has sought cooperation of the army in removing bottlenecks in the construction of an airstrip in the picturesque Kishtwar district. According to an official spokesman, state chief Secretary B B Vyas took up the matter with army officers concerned during a visit to the proposed airstrip in Kishtwar, the spokesman said. Vyas sought army’s cooperation in getting issues resolved at the earliest so that the much-needed airstrip could be made operational. The Chief secretary said government was keen to make the airstrip functional at the earliest for the convenience of the people as also to increase the tourist footfall in the area. Vyas was in Kishtwar yesterday to take stock of the progress of developmental works on the ground. Expressi...
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CM directs SKIMS to take over CHC Sumbal, 14 other health centres
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JAMMU, Dec 6: As a follow up of her Public outreach programmes at Bandipora and Ganderbal, the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has ordered the taking over of Community Health Centre, Sumbal and its affiliated 14 health centres in the adjoining areas by SKIMS, Soura, Srinagar. This would end the dual control over the functioning of these health centres and improve their functioning with more expertise and equipment from the premier health institute of the state. The demand for ending the dual control over these institutions and handing them over to SKIMS had come from people during Chief Minister’s public grievances redress programmes at Bandipora and Ganderbal on December 3 and 4 recently. A number of deputations at Bandipora and Ganderbal had sought ending the dual administrative control...
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