Screening Test Controversy: Teachers announce agitation, schools to remain closed for 3-days

Screening Test Controversy: Teachers announce agitation, schools to remain closed for 3-days

Teachers’ community has decided to launch an agitation against the decision of the government to conduct screening test of in-service teachers.

Khanabal killings| Conclude investigations by Oct 5: High Court to SIT

Khanabal killings| Conclude investigations by Oct 5: High Court to SIT

The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Tuesday directed Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing Khanabal twin killings of 2010 to conclude investigation of the case by October 5.

Police foil Congress protest, MLAs detained

Police foil Congress protest, MLAs detained

Police Tuesday detained Congress Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) and scores of its activists after they tried to march towards Raj Bhawan to protest suspension of Congress Member of Parliaments (MPs) from Lok Sabha.

Civil Society welcomes decision

Respectable citizens, academicians and civil society members Tuesday castigated the plan of the JK Rehbar-e-Taleem (ReT) teachers to go for a two days strike from Wednesday saying instead of criticizing the government’s move to conduct screening test an upright, dedicated and intelligent teacher should appreciate it as it involves the future of the children.

Soldier killed in Army firing

In a rare situation, soldiers of 42 Rashtriya Rifles based here on Tuesday evening fired upon another patrol party killing their counterpart and injuring three others at Noorpora area in this tehsil of South Kashmir.

Azad writes to PM

Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and leader of opposition in Rajya Saba, Ghulam Nabi Azad has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene and sanction one additional AIIMS for Jammu so that the ongoing agitation comes to an end.

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Vital machines worth Rs 50 lakh damaged at SKIMS Bemina hospital

Vital machines worth Rs 50 lakh damaged at SKIMS Bemina hospital

Vital diagnostic and life saving machines worth around Rs 50 lakh have been damaged in the recent attack on the SKIMS Medical College Bemina here by mob against alleged molestation of a girl by a hospital employee.

Maulana Khalid Saifullah flags off 'Quran for all' mobile van at Nawab Bazar

Maulana Khalid Saifullah flags off 'Quran for all' mobile van at Nawab Bazar

Noted Islamic scholar and General Secretary All India Muslim Personal Law Board, Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani, on Tuesday formally flagged off a fully loaded mobile van with digital Quran.

Div Com reviews functioning of SDA

Div Com reviews functioning of SDA

The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Samoon convened a meeting of officers of Srinagar Development Authority here today and reviewed its functioning.

‘Green-Clean mission’ launched at Harwan

Authorities at Block Development Office Harvan here on Tuesday launcheda ‘Green and Clean mission’ in the block.

Tiny Harts to resume functioning from today

The management of the Tiny Harts School at Tengpora have decided to resume the functioning of the school from Wednesday.

Shadab Colony for resolution of demands

In a bid to press for resolving long-pending developmental issues confronting the locality, the residents of Shadab Colony on Tuesday formed a body.

AIIMS agitation| Day 5: Jammu bandh continues amid protests

AIIMS agitation| Day 5: Jammu bandh continues amid protests

Amid protests, Jammu witnessed a shutdown for the fifth consecutive day today as the agitation led by AIIMS Coordination Committee, demanding an AIIMS in the region, continued unabated.

Cong leaders, workers protest suspension of 25 MPs

Cong leaders, workers protest suspension of 25 MPs

Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee launched protest over the decision of the Speaker of Lok Sabha to suspend 25 MPs of the party from the House yesterday.

JKNPP STAGES PROTEST TO DEMAND AIIMS

JKNPP STAGES PROTEST TO DEMAND AIIMS

Continuing with its protests on the fifth day of the “Jammu bandh” for establishment of AIIMS in Jammu, Panthers Party activists assembled at Main Chowk, Miran Sahib here and took out a protest rally against the BJP’s policy of ‘oppression and suppression to forcefully scuttle the peaceful AIIMS agitation’.

NC, Cong responsible for appalling health sector in JK: PDP

Criticizing the Congress and National Conference leadership for politicizing the settled issue of AIIMS in Jammu region, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today said that after announcement of the Union Health Minister, J P Nadda, there was no justification to continue the stir because demand of the people has already been fulfilled.

Court seeks ATR against former PRO Kewal Krishan Sharma

Taking serious note of the delay caused in taking action against Forest Guard turned Additional PRO, Kewal Krishan Sharma, as recommended by the Divisional Commissioner, the court today directed General Administration Department (GAD) to file Action Taken Report (ATR).

JKNPP FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST BJP WORKERS: COURT DIRECTS SHO TO INVESTIGATE

In a complaint filed by Youth Wing of Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (NPP) seeking direction to SHO, Police Station, Pacca Danga, to register an FIR against the worker of BJP, CJM Jammu, Sunit Gupta, today after hearing petitioner forwarded the complaint to SHO Police Station Pacca Danga for investigation under law.

Post Video, Get Picked!

Post Video, Get Picked!

The PCB has found an unique way to tap budding cricketing talent in the country. A launch of a web portal is on the anvil in order to give talent hunters an idea about the reservoir of talent.

Sakeena wins inter-college road roace

Sakeena wins inter-college road roace

Sakeena of Women’s College MA Road cruised to victory in the annual inter-college (Women’s) road race organized by the Directorate of Physical Education and Sports department (KU), here on Tuesday.

DCL T20 trials from August 6

DCL T20 trials from August 6

The management of the Downtown Champions League T20 is conducting selection trials for players in various districts of the Valley from August 6.

JKCA ROW| Don’t oust Farooq-led office bearers: Court

A court here Monday directed Imran Raza Ansari-led group of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association not to oust the office bearers of JKCA faction led by Dr Farooq Abdullah till the next date of hearing of the suit on August 8.

Inter-College Road Race: Hamid Aziz makes it 3 in a row

Keeping his dominance intact in the inter-college long distance athletics arena, Islamia College’s Hamid Aziz on Monday cruised to victory in the annual inter-college road race for the third straight time.

Dawar lifts Snow Leopard Football League

Dawar beat Niru in the final match to lift the army-organised Snow Leopard football league in Gurez, today.

First look of Shahid Kapoor-Alia Bhatt starrer 'Shaandaar' to release Wednesday

First look of Shahid Kapoor-Alia Bhatt starrer 'Shaandaar' to release Wednesday

The first look of Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer “Shaandaar” will be unveiled on Wednesday, but producer Karan Johar has already given a sneak peek of the romantic comedy film.

Salman's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' racing towards Rs.300 crore mark

Salman's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' racing towards Rs.300 crore mark

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” has continued its victory march at the box office in its third consecutive week while breaking various records. The Kabir Khan directorial has collected 294.98 crore and is racing towards the Rs.300 crore mark.

15 min of daily exercise could mean longer life for elderly

15 min of daily exercise could mean longer life for elderly

Even 15 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day could help those over 60 live longer, new research has claimed.

Must-do aqua workouts for a fit body

Imagine kickboxing or doing yoga in water! Try out a few aqua workouts to stay fit and have some fun.

Food essentials for lustrous skin

Dig into sprouts, kiwi, yogurt and other nutritious food items for a radiant skin, says an expert.

160 mobile phones seized from Gurgaon jail

The Gurgaon Police has seized 160 cell phones from the inmates of the Bhondsi jail here, Police Commissioner Navdeep Singh Virk said on Monday.

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