CUKTA holds GBM with its new Presidium

Srinagar,The Central University of Kashmir Teachers Association (CUKTA) organised its fourth General Body Meeting (GBM) on Wednesday in the Campus 1 of CUK. The spokesman said that it was the first meeting of the teacher’s body a week after its second praesidium was elected. The meeting was presided by the ...

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Gen Bajwa in the Maldives

Samuel Baid In February President of the Maldives Abdullah Yameen declared emergency in the country after the Supreme Court (SC) of the island nation had ordered the release of opposition leaders. President Yameen also arrested two SC justices who gave this order and sent his Foreign Minister to Pakistan to ...

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JK Bank Chairman felicitated for state centric approach, supporting industry by BBI Association

Jammu, Bari Brahmana Industries Association today organized a felicitation ceremony to honour Chairman and CEO, Jammu and Kashmir Bank Parvez Ahmed at Bari Brahmana Industrial Association Club. Present at the occasion were Chairman Federation of Industries and President BBIA, Lalit Mahajan, General Secretary BBIA, Ajay Langar, Sr. Vice President  Suresh Mahajan, ...

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Gunfight breaks out in Shopian village

Srinagar, A gunfight broke out in Terkiwangam area of Shopian in south Kashmir on Wednesday, police said. Official sources said that a joint team of army and SOG cordoned off Terkiwangam village following specific information about the presence of some militants in the area. As the joint team of forces approached ...

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Arrested Kulgam doctor released on bail

Srinagar, A doctor who was arrested after a militant who had boarded his vehicle escaped in Kulgam area of south Kashmir’s Kulgam last month has been released on bail Tuesday. “Dr Ajaz Rasool was released today. Our Joint Secy Dr Bilal Beigh was continuously on the job from DAK side,” a  ...

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Pakistan human rights report for 2017 makes dismal reading

Manzoor Ahmed What are called ‘disappearances’, ‘abductions’, “encounter deaths” and “blasphemy-related violence” have far outweighed and overtaken the traditional killer – terrorism – in Pakistan, says the country’s latest human rights report. Even an ordinary citizen must look over the shoulders and neither age, nor sex matter, since minor children ...

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