Omar chairs SAC-CM meet

‘Popular application of science must’

Jammu, Apr 3: Taking appraisal of the progress made on identified issues relating to utilization of modern sciences to help economic transformation and job-creation in the State, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday laid stress on popular application of science to spin off economic change in a positive More

Rashid again: ‘Crossing LoC no offence’

‘Legally, J&K is a disputed territory’

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Apr 3: MLA Langate Er Abdur Rashid Wednesday had a heated argument with Jammu-based MLAs in the Legislative Assembly who were protesting against the government’s rehabilitation policy for former militants. Rashid argued that “crossing LoC is not an offence or crime as Kashmiris do not accept More

‘Govt has declared war against Kashmir youth’

Shopian shuts down against ‘arrest-spree’

Jammu, Apr 3: Reiterating its call to release all youth “implicated in flimsy cases”, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Wednesday said the government was “targeting Shopian for its refusal to succumb to its strong-arm methods.”In a statement, the party president Mehbooba Mufti while condemning the More

Govt to introduce Hindu Temples, Shrines preservation Bill
Jammu, Apr 3: The Government will introduce the Bill regarding preserving Hindu Temples, Shrines and religious places in the State in the ongoing Assembly session, Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Mir Saifullah said Wednesday.He was interacting with a deputation of Pandit Pream More

Marriage registration compulsory

Govt Moves Amendment Bill To Pave Way For Framing Rules

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Apr 3: Jammu and Kashmir government is contemplating to make registration of marriages compulsory in accordance with Supreme Court directives. Aiming to incorporate the necessary rules, in this regard, a Bill No. 13 of 2013 was introduced in the House today. The Bill provides to amend More

Missing soldier found with eyes gouged out

ABHINAV VERMA

Jammu,Apr 3: A soldier,who was said to be missing, was found unconscious in mysterious condition with both of his eyes gouged out, from a nallah near Chowki Chora area today morning. He was identified as Rakesh Kumar, son of Kuldeep Raj of Lam, Nowshera, district Rajouri. Some locals More

7 years service in hometown mandatory for docs

TRANSFER POLICY IN HEALTH DEPTT TO BE MADE MORE EFFECTIVE

Jammu, Apr 3: The government on Wednesday said doctors will have to serve for seven years in their home towns. “Transfer policy will be made more effective and as per the policy the doctors will have to serve for 7 years in their home town,” Minister of State for Health Shabir Ahmad Khan More

Govt to introduce Women's Bill in Assembly soon: Vikar
Jammu, Apr 3: A Bill to curb sexual assault and use of brutal force against women, will be placed before the Cabinet for introduction in the state Assembly soon. "A draft Bill, 'Jammu and Kashmir Criminal Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2013' has been prepared by the committee constituted by the state More

  • Kashmir

Boy,16,booked under PSA

Hazratbal residents protest: Police say ‘he is threat to peace’

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Apr 3: While the J&K government is facing flak from rights bodies over booking ‘minors’ under the controversial Public Safety Act (PSA), authorities have slapped PSA on a 16-year-old boy More



  • Srinagar City

No respite for inundated Rawalpora-Rangreth localities

Water levels rise as ‘political family’ upholds canal blockade

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Apr 3: The Rawalpora-Rangreth stretch of the south City, including the only road to prestigious industrial estate at Rangreth and the old Airport continued to be inundated amid rainfall Wednesday More




  • Jammu

Omar chairs SAC-CM meet

‘Popular application of science must’

Jammu, Apr 3: Taking appraisal of the progress made on identified issues relating to utilization of modern sciences to help economic transformation and job-creation in the State, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah More



  • South Asia

44 killed in Taliban attack

Herat, Apr 3: Taliban militants stormed an Afghan court today, killing at least 44 people in a bid to free insurgents standing trial, officials said, in the deadliest attack for more than a year.  More



  • GKeducation&career

More aspirants,fewer seats

Students continue to suffer every year as fewer Varsities in the valley offer limited seats for pursuing various post-graduate courses

HIGHER EDUCATION

AAQIB ASHRAF

After finishing three-year degree courses in colleges, most of the students of the valley who want to pursue higher education have to suffer because of the limited intake capacity in few universities of More



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