CS for comprehensive management of land records
Jammu, Feb 14: Chief Secretary Madhav Lal today called upon the revenue authorities to synergise their efforts at various levels to expedite computerisation of land records in the Jammu and Kashmir.  The CS was chairing a meeting to discuss the modalities for computerization of land records More

GOVT STARTS DDB MEETS AHEAD OF BUDGET SESSION

20 Meetings To Be Convened In 9 Days

ASHWANI LANGEH

Jammu, Feb 14: With Budget Session of the state legislature commencing from February 23, Jammu and Kashmir government will have to convene District Development Board (DDB) meetings of 20 districts in just nine days. The government started the process of holding the DDB meetings on Tuesday More

JK Govt seeks CRRI's help

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Jammu, Feb 14: Concerned over frequent road mishaps in hilly areas, the Jammu and Kashmir government has roped in Central Road Research Institute to suggest remedial measures to check these accidents. "Road mishaps in Doda-Kishtwar and other hilly districts in Jammu region are of great concern More

  • Kashmir

Police ask recharge vendors to maintain record

THIS WILL HELP TO CURB CRIME:IGP

MANZOOR-UL-HASSAN

Srinagar, Feb 14: Jammu and Kashmir police have directed recharge vendors in the valley to maintain record book of customers with particulars including name, cell number and address on daily basis.   More



  • Srinagar City

On Valentines Day, Dukhtaran counsels dating couples

CELEBRATIONS ON DECLINE SINCE 2005: AASIYA ANDRABI

ZAHID MAQBOOL

Srinagar, Feb 14: In a bid to scuttle Valentines Day celebrations Tuesday, the Dukhtaran-e-Millat activists led by their Chairperson, Syeda Aasiya Andrabi inspected several hotels and restaurants in the More




  • Jammu

CS for comprehensive management of land records

Jammu, Feb 14: Chief Secretary Madhav Lal today called upon the revenue authorities to synergise their efforts at various levels to expedite computerisation of land records in the Jammu and Kashmir.   More



  • News

‘US used Kashmir quake to send killer-spies into Pakistan’

AGENCIES

New York, Feb 14: The Pentagon used the Kashmir earthquake of 2005 to send operatives from the Joint Special Operations Command, or JSOC — the secretive, über-elite military unit that killed Osama bin More



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