ReT selections: CEO Islamabad throws norms to winds

Candidates Smell Rat In Recruitment Process, Seek Probe

KHALID GUL

Islamabad (Anantnag), Oct 30: The office of the Chief Education Officer here has come in the line of fire for allegedly flouting court orders and district administration directives with regard to appointment of Rehbar-e-Taleem teachers in Bidder Kokernag zone. The list of selectees has been issued More

KU youth festival begins

Extra-Curricular Activities Integral Part Of Education: Aga Ruhulla

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Oct 30: Describing youth as embodiment of innovation and creativity, the Minister for Science and Information Technology Aga Syed Ruhullah Tuesday said the extra-curricular activities are an essential component of the education process to prepare the students to effectively face different More

KU seat of women empowerment: Prof Talat
Srinagar, Oct 30: Terming University of Kashmir as the seat of women empowerment where almost 50 percent of the students enrolled in various faculties and departments are women and are pursuing their education in various fields, the Vice Chancellor of Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad said that More

Mother Child Tracking System flop show in JK

‘Mismanagement, Manpower Shortage Mars Vital Project’

MANZOOR-UL-HASSAN

Srinagar, Oct 30: An ambitious centrally-sponsored project—Mother Child Tracking System (MCTS)— has proved to be a flop show in Jammu and Kashmir with state NRHM officials failing to facilitate and monitor services delivery to the expecting mothers and children during their respective antenatal and More

Release teenage boy: Amnesty tells Govt

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Oct 30: The Amnesty International has urged the Jammu and Kashmir government to release immediately the 18-year-old youth detained under Public Safety Act (PSA) in Srinagar. According to statement issued here by the Amnesty International, a local court in Srinagar has already ordered More

Kashmiri businessmen should invest in films portraying sufferings of their people: Farooq Sheikh

UMER MAQBOOL

Srinagar, Oct 30: Veteran film actor Farooq Sheikh on Tuesday asked Kashmiri businessmen to finance films portraying sufferings of their people. “People from other states won’t come to your help. Tell me how a can Punjabi businessmen or people from other states finance films which are aimed More

Prof Zaffar Reshi is new KU Registrar

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Oct 30: The University of Kashmir Tuesday appointed Prof Zaffar Reshi as its new Registrar. He replaced Prof S Fayaz Ahmad who has joined back the Department of Commerce. Highly placed sources told Greater Kashmir that the change of guard took place in the wake of deliberations More

‘Go through GK report on divorce’
Srinagar, Oct 30: The Nazim-e-Ala of Darul Uloom, Rehimiya, Bandipora, who is also the member of advisory council of Darul Uloom Deobad and head of the all Rabita Madarasas of Jammu Kashmir, has instructed all Muftis to go through the contents of the news report about the High Court verdict on divorce More

’12th class Mathematics paper out of syllabus’

Candidates seek re-exam

Srinagar, Oct 30: The candidates appearing in the class 12th annual examination on Tuesday alleged that the B and C Series of Mathematics were very difficult with some questions out of syllabus.  Greater Kashmir today received a number of telephone calls from students and parents alleging that More

Kashmiri couple waits for 70 yrs to perform Hajj

GK MONITORING DESK

Srinagar, Oct 30: Muhammad and Saafya from Kashmir have had to wait for 70 years before performing Hajj because they did not have enough money. They spent the last 70 years of their life saving money for the journey of the lifetime. They are in their 90s now. They put their savings More

Branwar villagers appeal Mian Altaf
Srinagar: Residents of Branwar area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district have expressed concern over alleged rampant smuggling of timber in the area and appealed the Minister for Forests to look into the matter.  A delegation from the area said that on Monday they spotted a truck laden with More

Supreme Court appointed team arriving in Valley

PROBE INTO PDS MALADIES

UMER MAQBOOL

Srinagar, Oct 30: The Apex Court appointed Central Vigilance Committee would be in Kashmir in first week of November to look into the maladies that are affecting the public distribution system in the State. The team headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice D P Wadhwa would focus on the More

  • Kashmir

ReT selections: CEO Islamabad throws norms to winds

Candidates Smell Rat In Recruitment Process, Seek Probe

KHALID GUL

Islamabad (Anantnag), Oct 30: The office of the Chief Education Officer here has come in the line of fire for allegedly flouting court orders and district administration directives with regard to appointment More



  • Srinagar City

Red signal jumpers bash Traffic cop: Police

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Oct 30: A few weeks after a VIP escort thrashed Traffic cop when the former was caught jumping red signal, another similar incident occurred Tuesday afternoon when people from an influential More




  • Jammu

Traffic Police to deploy additional men

DURBAR MOVE

ARUN SINGH

Jammu, Oct 30: In view of ensuing Durbar Move, Traffic Police Department is contemplating to deploy around 80 additional personnel to man Jammu road to regulate smooth traffic movement across the winter More



  • Bandipora

Ajas craves for basic amenities

INHABITANTS SUFFER, GOVT UNMOVED

Bandipora: Belying the Government’s tall claims of equitable development, Ajas the second largest Panchayat block in Bandipora is craving for basic amenities causing immense hardships to the inhabitants More



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