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Gurezi for early tendering of Bandipora-Gurez Transmission line
SRINAGAR, Oct 20: The Deputy Speaker, Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Nazir Ahmad Gurezi today asked the Power Development Department (PDD) to immediately issue tenders for Bandipora-Gurez transmission line and start construction work on the project so that it is completed within stipulated time frame. The instruction was given by the Deputy Speaker in a meeting of officers of PDD and Power Development Corporation (PDC) convened to review the status of work on various power projects and Bandipora-Gurez transmission line. Detailed discussions were held on dumping of Diesel in Gurez area for winter. It was decided that 66 tankers of Diesel are to be dumped in Gurez within shortest period for use of power generators in Gurez area. It was also informed in the meeting that an amoun...
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Yasir Reshi is mentally disturbed: Shameema Firdous
SRINAGAR, Oct 20: Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Habba Kadal and senior National Conference leader Shameema Firdous today ridiculed the statement of PDP MLC Yasir Reshi over braid chopping. She told PTK that Yasir Reshi is mentally disturbed. “It indicates that government is failed in every sense. They can’t control situation, then how they can run a state”, she asks. She told PTK the government has failed to provide safety to the women. She said that the Chief Minister has lost her control and turned state into a victim of state terrorism. “Women can’t move out of their houses. Men can’t go outside for prayers to mosques. It is a state terrorism”. She said that Govt can’t understand the feeling of people. She said when such incidents may happen with their own loved ones, th...
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PDP worker killed in Shopian
SRINAGAR, Oct 16: A PDP worker was killed by unidentified gunmen at Nagbal in Shopian. Reports said Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh (50) was shot at by gunmen near his residence at Homun, Nagbal around 8 PM. He was shifted to n Zainpora Hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. The deceased was a former sarpanch. Soon after his killing security forces and police cordoned off the area for search operation....
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As carpet crisis looms in Kashmir, traders point to GST jolt
SRINAGAR, Oct 15: Closed looms, lost jobs and scanty sales: the threads of the Kashmiri carpet industry are unraveling after the imposition of the Goods and Services Tax.Closed looms, lost jobs and scanty sales: the threads of the Kashmiri carpet industry are unraveling after the imposition of the Goods and Services Tax. At stake is the future of the Kashmiri craft and, with hundreds of carpet weavers losing their jobs and a once-thriving trade being abandoned in the three months since the new tax regime, the picture does not look rosy. Several carpet sellers are now searching for greener pastures. One of them is Arshad Hussain, who had been plying his trade in New Delhi since 1994. “It seems people have stopped buying Kashmiri silk carpets. Being labour intensive, these carpets did not...
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Three Jawans from Kargil conquered a Ladakh’s highest peak Stok Kangri in 9 days
KARGIL, Oct 15 : Amid to pay tribute to the Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s, Martyrs of Karbala and for the integrity of the nation, three Army Jawans from Kargil district have conquered Ladakh’s highest peak Stok Kangri ((6121mtr) of Leh district. This peak is the second largest peak in Ladakh region after Nun Kun which is located near Parkachik village of Kargil district. The youths among them Sajjad Hussain from Thasgam Drass, Maznoor Hussain from Drass, Mustafa Hussain from Gongma Kargil have conquered the peak in 9 days. After reaching in the peak they have flared national flag, flag of their regiment and the flag of Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.s.a.w. “Our aim to flare all these flags to pay tribute to the martyrs of Karbala and also pray for unity and integrit...
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Grenade hurled at CRPF
SRINAGAR, Oct 14: Unidentified militants lobbed a grenade at CRPF men at Safa Kadal here today. However, the grenade failed to explode. A bomb disposal squad reached the spot and defused the bomb....
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