JK lifts Sqay Masters Cup

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, June 15: The J&K team clinched the overall title in the first National Sqay Masters Cup, which concluded recently at Pahalgam. In the event which was being held first time 60 male and 35 female competitors representing 22 states participated. In the competition only master athletes More

Pulwama zone athletic meet ends

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: The Physical Education zone Pulwama athletic meet for boys and Girls U-14 and U-17 age groups concluded at Sports Stadium Pulwama on Monday. In the event 200 athletes of various school of the zone participated.  In boys’ category, HSS Koil was declared as over More

Gandhi College felicitates judo team

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: The Principal and staff of Gandhi Memorial College felicitated its judo team for bringing laurels for the College in the recently concluded inter-college judo championship. In the event boys’ team of the College bagged overall championship while girls’ team managed to bag More

Inter-district hockey tourney ends

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: The Inter-district hockey tournament concluded at Degree College Varmul on Tuesday.In under-17 final, Varmul thrashed Srinagar 7-1 while in under-19 final Varmul again defeated Srinagar by 4-1 goals. With this Varmul made complete sweep of the event by lifting both under-17 and More

Islamia College reschedules trials

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: Due to unprecedented situation in old town the Physical Department of Islamia College has rescheduled football and cricket trials.The trials will be held on Thursday. The football trials for all classes and sections would be held at 12PM while for cricket at 2PM. For further information More

Sports Council employees strike continues

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: The strike of J&K State Sports Council employees entered seventh day Tuesday.The employees are demanding implementation of 6th pay commission and pension benefits. This is second phase of their strike as earlier employees had been on similar strike.The employees have welcomed More

‘Task Force’ to oversee golf courses development

GK News Network

Srinagar, June 15: The Government has constituted a ‘Task Force’ under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister to oversee development of various Golf Courses in the State. The other members of the Task Force are Minister for Tourism and Culture, Minister of State for Tourism, Principal Secretary to the More

  • Kashmir

DY SP SENT REQUISITION TO ISSUE FUEL FOR ‘KILLER’ VEHICLE: WITNESS

GANDERBAL FAKE ENCOUNTER CASE

SAMAAN LATEEF

Srinagar, June 15: One of the key witnesses in the fake encounter case of Abdur Rehman Padder, killed in 2006, on Tuesday informed the court that he had issued fuel for a police vehicle, which prosecution More



  • Srinagar City

Schoolchildren protest colleague’s killing

MP Higher Secondary School on Tuesday took out a procession against the killing of their colleague Tufail Ahmed Mattoo who dies Friday past week. The procession culminated at Tufail’s residence where the More




  • Jammu

PDP accuses NC of patronizing criminals

Shalin Gupta Murder

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, June 15: Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti today accused National Conference leaders of institutionalizing crime in Jammu by patronizing criminals. Expressing her concern over More



  • South Asia

GoM on Bhopal gas tragedy to meet on Friday

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Jun 15: The reconstituted Group of Ministers (GoM) on the Bhopal gas tragedy is likely to consider giving some fresh compensation for the victims on the lines of payment made to 1984 Sikh riots More



  • Business

JK minister for greater investment in agriculture, allied sectors

3-Day Agro Tech 2010 Conference Begins At Hyderabad

GK NEWS NETWORK

Hyderabad, June 15: For the revival of agriculture sector, Minister for Agriculture and production,   Ghulam Hassan Mir has stressed for greater investment in Agriculture and its allied sectors More



  • World

US experts object to Sino-Pak nuclear deal

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Washington, June 15: The Obama administration has decided to object to a Sino-Pak civilian nuclear deal for establishing two atomic reactors in Pakistan, as it comes before the Nuclear Suppliers Group More



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