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PDP delegation calls on Guv over article 35A
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SRINAGAR, Aug 16: A delegation of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today called on Governor N N Vohra here and emphasised the need to defend Article 35A, which guarantees special status to the state, before the Supreme Court. The delegation led by senior leader Abdul Rehman Veeri included Ghulam Nabi Lone, Ashraf Mir, Mehbooba Beg and Nizamuddin Bhat, a party spokesman said. "The delegation conveyed to the Governor their concern over the offensive being launched against the special status of the state and also underscored the need of defending Article 35A in the Supreme Court for state's overall prosperity and tranquility," the spokesman said. The delegation also highlighted the need to defend the article in the Supreme Court with the same seriousness as was exhibited by the PDP when it ...
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Army pays tribute to slain soldier
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SRINAGAR, Aug 14: Army today paid tributes to a soldier killed while foiling an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Tangdhar sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district. Sepoy Pushpendra Singh sustained a bullet injury during the gun battle yesterday. He was immediately administered first aid and admitted to the 92 Base Hospital, where he succumbed to injuries, a defence spokesperson said. "Army paid befitting tribute to Late Sepoy Pushpendra Singh who made the supreme sacrifice during counter infiltration operations on 13 August, 2018, in Tangdhar Sector of Kupwara district," he said. At a solemn ceremony at the Badami Bagh cantonment, corps commander Lt Gen A K Bhatt led all ranks in paying homage to the soldier, the official said. "In a show of solidarity, repres...
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We can’t disgrace and forget our sacrifices: Er. Rasheed
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Hundreds hailing from all walks of life joined today AIP’s solidarity march with Jammu Muslims and in support of Article 35-A in Srinagar today. Protesters holding play cards against Jungle Raj in Jammu province, conspiracy against Advocate Talib Hussain and brutal killing of Murfad Shah inside Farooq Abdullah’s residence started march from Sher-I-Kashmir Park. Led by Er. Rasheed protesters chanted forcible slogans in support of Talib Hussain and other relevaant issues. However a heavy contingent of police prevented the protesters from moving towards Lal Chowk near Pratap Park and detained Er. Rasheed along with two dozen party activists. Including Sheban Ashai, Peerzada Mushtaq Ahmad, Tahir Mir, and others. Before being arrested Er. Rasheed while talking to media war...
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Voters registered for Assembly segments entitled to vote for Municipal areas also: CEO
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) today made it clear that as the Assembly Electoral Rolls are relatable to municipal areas and the persons registered as voters for the Legislative Assembly are entitled to vote for the Municipal areas also, the Kashmiri migrants shall continue to form a part of electoral rolls of the relevant municipal body in Kashmir division. “Necessary arrangements shall be made for casting of votes by them through postal ballot,” Shaleen Kabra, Chief Electoral Officer, J&K said in a statement issued here today. The CEO said that representations have been received from Kashmiri Migrant Electors, with regard to the municipal ward in which they may be enrolled. In the draft rolls that have been prepared on the basis of the Assembly electoral rolls, the...
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Labour & Employment Deptt rationalises inspections
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Labour and Employment (L&E) Department has notified an amended inspection manual to have a conducive ecosystem for investments for economic development of the State and to ensure inspections are objective, unambiguous and transparent and accountable in nature. The notified comprehensive ‘J&K Inspection Manual for Compliance of Labour Laws’ carries a detailed list of instructions to be undertaken for rationalization of inspections under the Labour laws. According to the inspection manual, there shall be no surprise inspections, except in case of emergency. Only scheduled inspections are to be carried out, depending upon industrial safety and Labour parameters. The scheduled inspection is to be formulated by Labour Commissioner/Chief Inspector through computerized randoml...
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Law Deptt calls for regular monitoring of cases pending in courts
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: J&K Government has asked its legal counsels to inform the Law Department on weekly basis about all such cases where the Chief Secretary is required to submit a response. “It is impressed upon all the Administrative Secretaries, Law Officers posted in various Departments Senior AAGs, AAGs, DAGs, Government Advocates and Standing Counsels that the Department of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs be kept informed of all the cases, on weekly basis, where the Chief Secretary is required to submit a response before the court of law,” said a Circular issued by Law Secretary. It said that all the Administrative Secretaries are requested that the office of Chief Secretary be kept updated about such cases covering the key issue, the relief sought, the view of the department, ...
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Govt constitutes Expenditure Management Cell in Finance Department
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: JK Government has constituted an Expenditure Management Cell in the Finance Department to ensure fiscal discipline. “Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of Expenditure Management Cell in the Finance Department to be headed by Raman Gupta, Joint Director, Budget,” said an order issued by the Principal Secretary Finance, Navin K Choudhary. The Members of the Committee include Mushtaq Ahmad, Accounts Officer, Budget and Priya Badyal, Accounts Officer, Resources while Adil Fareed, Under Secretary in the Finance Department will be the Member Secretary of the Committee. The Terms of Reference of the Expenditure Management Committee include improving allocative efficiencies in the existing expenditure classification system with focus on capital expenditure; strive...
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Governor reviews the food, accommodation facilities for pilgrims in the Yatra area
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: Governor NN Vohra, Chairman of the Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB), reviewed with Umang Narula, CEO, SASB, the functioning of the existing food and accommodation facilities in the various Yatra Camps located enroute to the Holy Cave. CEO informed Chairman that consequent to the decline of the pilgrimage, of the 113 number of Langars which had been granted permission to set up Langars at various Camps located within the Yatra area 78 Langars had been permitted to close their free kitchen services at various locations in the Yatra area. These Langars have returned to their native places in the first phase, after rendering free kitchen service to the pilgrims. The remaining 35 Langars are still providing free food services in the Yatra area and their number is sufficient to ca...
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Panel to coordinate operationalization of new Medical Colleges in JK
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: To ensure smooth take-off of the five new medical colleges in the State, Governor NN Vohra has called for putting in place a multidisciplinary committee of officers and experts to coordinate infrastructure and academic issues of these colleges. Governor has asked the Chief Secretary to urgently constitute the Committee which shall coordinate with the concerned Departments various activities related to the new medical colleges coming up at Anantnag, Baramulla, Kathua, Rajouri and Doda. The committee shall harmonize issues like infrastructure development including construction works, setting up of equipment, hiring of faculty, paramedical staff and academic matters so that the academic activities in these Colleges get started any hiccups as per schedule. Meanwhile, in an...
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Vohra for multi-disciplinary panel in 5 new medical colleges
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SRINAGAR, Aug 9: To ensure smooth take-off of the five new medical colleges in the state, governor N N Vohra has called for putting in place a multidisciplinary committee of officers and experts to coordinate infrastructure and academic issues of these colleges. Governor has asked the chief secretary to urgently constitute the Committee which shall coordinate with the concerned departments various activities related to the new medical colleges coming up at Anantnag, Baramulla, Kathua, Rajouri and Doda. The committee shall harmonize issues like infrastructure development including construction works, setting up of equipment, hiring of faculty, paramedical staff and academic matters so that the academic activities in these Colleges get started any hiccups as per schedule. Meanwhile, ...
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