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Governor briefed on sanitation arrangements for Yatra 2019

Srinagar,Governor, Jammu & Kashmir Satya Pal Malik (Chairman, Amarnath Shrine Board) was briefed by Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer about the sanitation arrangements for collection and scientific disposal of wastes generated during the ensuing Yatra. In this regard CEO, SASB held a meeting here at Raj Bhavan today for finalizing ...

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Er. Rasheed visits various villages of Uri

Uri, AIP President Er. Rasheed today visited various villages of Uri to take stock of day to day issues of masses and interacted with many deputations. Er. Rasheed along with party office bearers Mir Khursheeed, Mohd. Rafiq Bhat, Abdul Qudoos and Mohammad Imran also visited Salamabad to offer his condolences ...

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LoC firing leaves teenage boy injured

Rajouri, An 18 year old boy has been hospitalized in Nowshera area of Rajouri after he received bullet injury in cross LoC firing. A police official identified the injured as Muhammad Ishaq of Pokharni in Nowshera sub division of Rajouri district. An official told KNO that small arms firing started ...

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All those engaged after 2010, 2015 to be terminated

Srinagar , In a major decision, the State Government today imposed complete ban on engagement of casual, seasonal, adhoc, contractual, need based and daily rated workers in all Departments with immediate effect and directed that all such workers, who were engaged after April 29, 2010 and March 17, 2015 will ...

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Omar Abdullah congratulates Everest summiteers from J&K

Srinagar,Jammu and Kashmir National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday congratulated two JK police Constables Nazir Ahmed and Falail Singh and a 23 yr old girl Nahida Manzoor who were part of an 11-member team that scaled Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain peak. The three mountaineers were part ...

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Geelani hails UNHRHC initiative on Kashmir

Srinagar,Hurriyat Conference (g) chairman Syed Ali Geelani has welcomed the United Nations Human Rights High Commission’s fresh initiative for asking India to submit its report with reference to alleged mass killings and gross human rights violation in Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement, Geelani said that the UN bears moral ...

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