Panchs, Sarpanchs tender resignation

‘Police humiliated, thrashed us’


Baramulla, Sep 6: Around five newly elected Panchs and Sarpanchs of this north Kashmir district handed over their resignations to Deputy Commissioner on Tuesday to protest the alleged highhandedness of police.  Panchs and Sarpanchs of Sedipora Nowgam and Rafiabad alleged that they were “humiliated More

Malik demands probe in Pulwama youth’s death


Srinagar, Sep 6: The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday demanded a high level probe into the killing of Rafiq Hussain Negroo, who died under mysterious circumstances in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district earlier this week.     Malik More

Govt employee killed, 3 hurt in Delhi road accident


Kupwara/Srinagar, Sep 6: An employee of Rural Development department Kupwara was killed and three others injured when a car they were travelling in was hit by a truck outside All India Institute of Medical Sciences, in New Delhi. According to the family members, the persons were coming More

Karimabad inhabitants allege govt indifference

Says area lacks development; receives contaminated water


Pulwama, Sep 6: The inhabitants of Karimabad here have accused the government of indifference saying the villagers were facing tremendous hardships due to the consumption of contaminated water and dilapidated road condition. According to the inhabitants, the supply of contaminated water by More

Tramboo condemns police raids on Karatey’s house
Srinagar, Sep 6: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (R) chief patron and executive director of Kashmir Centre Brussels, Barrister Abdul Majid Tramboo has strongly condemned, what he said, the frequent police raids on the residence of party chairman, Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karatey and harassment of More

Will contribute for development of Kashmiri language: Prof Talat

Releases Kashmiri ‘Style Manual’

Srinagar, Sep 6: Kashmir University Vice-Chancellor, Prof Talat Ahmad has reiterated his pledge to contribute towards the development of Kashmiri language in Jammu and Kashmir and outside the state.  Prof Talat Ahmad said this after releasing the first Kashmiri Style Manual. The manual ‘first More

Sacrifices of Jammu Muslims won’t go waste: Mirwaiz
Srinagar, Sep 6: Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has said the sacrifices made by the people of the Jammu province, especially Chenab Valley and Pir Panchal regions would neither go waste nor would be ignored by the Kashmiri leadership.  Interacting with the delegation of More

On first anniversary, Palhallan remembers slain youth



Srinagar, Sep 6: A complete shutdown was observed in Palhallan Pattan today to mark the first death anniversary of six local youth who were killed in police firing during last year’s unrest.   Security personnel were deployed in strength in Pattan to thwart any protests. However, the More

DeM decries Govt’s ‘hostile’ attitude towards Aasiya
Srinagar, Sep 6: The Dukhtaran-e-Milat acting chief Rifa’at Fatima on Tuesday alleged that the government was showing hostile attitude towards the party’s incarcerated chief Syeda Aasiya Andrabi, terming it highly condemnable.  “The state administration and police are inflicting physical and More

TeH alleges re-arrest of leaders, workers
Srinagar, Sep 6:  Tehreek-e- Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir on Tuesday alleged that there was no let up in the re-arrest of pro-freedom leaders and workers particularly those of the amalgam.   Citing examples, the Tehreek spokesman said Muhammad Yousf Falahi, ex-acting general secretary and More

After 2 decades Pandits perform Yagya in Bla

Govt committed to safe return of migrants: Javeed

Baramulla, Sep 6: Reviving their age old traditions in the Valley, pandits today performed a yagya at Shri Ganga Mata Asthapan at Venkuri in Baramulla. The Yagya was performed after a gap of two decades with Minister of State for R&B. Javeed Ahmad Dar gracing the auspicious function.< More

Gul reviews functioning of CM’s grievance cell


Srinagar, Sep 6: Advisor to Chief Minister Mubarak Gul today reviewed the functioning of CM’s Grievance Cell and directed the concerned officers to resolve the complaints at the earliest.  The Advisor was informed that Grievances Cell has disposed off 12,078 complaints received from the people More

Hajj applicants allege denial of passport


Srinagar, Sep 6: Scores of Hajj applicants drawn from different districts staged protests against alleged denial of their passports. The Hajj applicants, who figured in the waiting list for 2011 Haj quota, staged protests here. “We went to passport office several times to collect our passport More

  • Kashmir

Panchs, Sarpanchs tender resignation

‘Police humiliated, thrashed us’


Baramulla, Sep 6: Around five newly elected Panchs and Sarpanchs of this north Kashmir district handed over their resignations to Deputy Commissioner on Tuesday to protest the alleged highhandedness of More

  • Srinagar City


Transporters could be planning another fare hike, but minibus ride continues to be inconvenient for passengers


Srinagar, Sept 6: Passenger buses plying on the City routes are often seen overloaded thereby risking life of people particularly the passengers while “frequent stops” is another problem in the travel More

  • Jammu

Govt finally introduces Biometric attendance system

Reaching late in office may cost half day leave


Jammu, Sept 6: Employees of civil secretariat beware; reaching office late could cost you half a day casual leave salary from now on.  Trying to clip the wings of the habitual late comers, government More

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