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Opp rebukes Rajnath's “one year solution” statement
‘When there is no beginning, how can there be any solution in a year’
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SRINAGAR, May 22: Opposition political parties have chided the Home Minister Rajnath Sing’s statement of resolving Kashmir in a year, saying that BJP has no policy on Kashmir and giving deadlines for resolution of the issue is “nothing more than attention diverting tactics from the real issue”. Congress party state president G A Mir told that during 2014 parliament elections, BJP would say ‘give us mandate, we will resolve Kashmir issue within one day’. “Now, they are in government from the last three years and how they have resolved Kashmir issue is before us all. The worsening situation in the state is an open book before the world,” “BJP has no policy on Kashmir. Kashmir has never been BJP’s priority. The party uses Kashmir as vote bank at the national level. The political initiativ...
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Jaitley calls on Mehbooba
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Union finance minister, Arun Jaitley called on the chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today. Mehbooba Mufti discussed with the union finance minister the process of fund flow to the State, particularly under the Prime Minister’s Developmental Plan (PMDP) and sought timely and periodic release of funds under the plan. The chief minister apprised Jaitley of the huge losses suffered by local business units, particularly the ones started by young entrepreneurs, during the unrest of last year and sought restructuring of credit facility to them. Jaitley had reached here yesterday to attend the GST council meet beginning today....
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Cop injured in grenade blast
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Suspected militants lobbed a grenade at Police Station Safakadal resulting in the injuries to a police constable. Police sources said that the grenade was lobbed at police station that exploded with a bang, creating panic in the area. “An SPO, Sameer Ahmed suffered minor injuries. The window panes of the some of the residential houses and police station suffered damage due to the blast,” said an official....
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Shri Amarnathji Yatra–2017
CEO, SASB reviews arrangements for Yatra 2017
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer, Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board, (SASB) today for finalized the Action Plan for collection and disposal of waste generated during the ensuring Shri Amarnathji Yatra which is scheduled to commence on June 29. The participants held detailed discussions in regard to garbage collection and its disposal, maintenance of Toilets and Baths, operation and maintenance of the Sewage Treatment Plants at Baltal and Nunwan Base Camp and disposal of plastic waste generated during the Yatra period. It was decided that all solid waste generated during Yatra shall be managed by the Pahalgam Development Authority (PDA), Sonamarg Development Authority (SDA) and the Shrine Board in the areas of their respective responsibilities. During the meeting it ...
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85 % of 6600 candidates appear in CUCET-2017
VC, Registrar hail staff for successful conduct of the test
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Out of 6600 candidates who had applied for Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET-2017), about 85 per cent appeared in the entrance examination at different centres on May 17 and 18, respectively for admission to various Postgraduate, Diploma and Research Programmes offered by the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) and other fellow Central Universities across India. The consortium of the varsities comprising Central Universities of Kashmir, Jammu, Jharkhand, Kerala, Karnataka, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Haryana were the participating varsities for the entrance test, which was conducted at three academic blocks of the CUK and other designated centres in the Valley and across the country. Two centres one each at Leh and Kargil were established for the st...
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Pellet firing and shelling in Shopian, Kulgam condemnable: PVA
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Pellet Victim association strongly denounced the indiscriminate pellet firing and shelling over the people of Shopian and Kulgam once again by Indian Forces without any provocation, a press statement issued reads. While expressing solidarity with the dozens injured persons a team of Association Altaf Ahmed, Mohmmad Ashraf, Danish visited the Hospital and inquire about their health and pray for their early recovery. Throughout Kashmir valley are under pellet and shelling fire and people are afraid and unsafe, said Association. Spokesman said that 20 thousand people have been hit by pellet in which many have lost eye sight and he appeal to the world community and Human rights institutions to come forward and use good office to stop the use of pellet guns and shelling in ...
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Kashmiri students in Punjab are safe and comfortable: Punjab’s minister
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SRINAGAR, May 18 : Days after few Kashmiri students were harassed by Punjab police, a cabinet minister of Punjab has assured that no students will be put to trouble and “elements creating trouble will be dealt with strictly”. “Punjab is having a congenial atmosphere after assuming government by Chief Minister Amrinder Singh. There should be no harassment to any student studying in Punjab. Any element creating trouble in Punjab will be dealt with strong hand,” Finance Minister of Punjab Manpreet Singh Badal told a Sikh delegation led by All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) Chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina. “The minister assured us that Kashmiri students are comfortable in Punjab,” Raina told. The minister is on a two-day visit to Kashmir to attend the Goods and Services Tax (GST...
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Rasheed seeks lifting of ban on student unions
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SRINAGAR, May 18: Asking government to shun its “discriminatory” approach towards Kashmiri students, incumbent Langate lawmaker Rasheed has sought immediate restoration of students unions and lifting of ban on formation of new students unions in universities and colleges. Participating in a high level meeting attended by cabinet ministers, legislators and top level officers of education department in civil secretariat to review education sector in the state, Rasheed said that government must lift the ban on student organizations. He said, “While students everywhere are having freedom of speech and expression and can form unions and organizations for the welfare of students and discussing vital issues, Kashmir is an exception and from higher secondary to University level the students are...
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Internet ban goes for a toss as netizens turn to VPN in Kashmir
SRINAGAR, May 17 (Agencies): The month-long ban imposed by the Jammu and Kashmir government on social media applications and internet sites to curb the unrest in the valley has come a cropper with almost everyone accessing these platforms using Virtual Private Networks. The state's Home department, through an order issued on April 26, had banned 22 social media applications and sites including Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter in a vain bid to curb the street protests in Kashmir. "In the interest of maintenance of public order, the government hereby directs all internet service providers that any message or class of messages to or from a person or a class of persons relating to any subject or any pictorial content through the following social networking sites shall not be transmitted in Ka...
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