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CM grieved over Ramban accident
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SRINAGAR, Sep 20: Chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti has expressed grief over the death of four persons in a road accident at the Kela Morh near Ramban today. The chief minister has conveyed her sympathies with the bereaved families....
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BJP promoted militancy in Valley: Azad
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SRINAGAR, Sep 18: Congress leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said that the BJP came to power by pitching militancy in the state against the rest of the country. Azad, who is a member of the Congress’ policy planning group on Jammu and Kashmir led by former prime minister Manmohan Singh, lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government for growing incidents of violence in the state. “One soldier was beheaded during the UPA government in Jammu and Kashmir by terrorists and the BJP exploited the issue to the hilt against the Congress. “Such incidents have also taken place during Modi government and they do not talk about it now,” Azad said. He was speaking to the media after the Congress group arrived in Srinagar to interact with “like-minded” peo...
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Kansal to hold charge of CEO ERA
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SRINAGAR, Sep 18: The state government today ordered shifting of Vinod Sharma, chief executive officer, economic reconstruction agency (ERA). According to an order issued by the general administration department, Sharma will await further orders of adjustment in the housing and urban development department. As per the order, Rohit Kansal, IAS, principal secretary to the chief minister, shall hold the charge of the post of chief executive officer, ERA, in addition to his own duties, till further orders....
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Non implementation of various schemes: Govt tells officials to submit weekly report
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SRINAGAR, Sep 16: Aimed reports that various welfare schemes were not being implemented properly in the state, the state government has directed all the heads of the departments to submit weekly report to the government on implementation of government schemes. Sources within the government told that government’s directions have come in view that very less developmental works take place in last few months due to the poor utilization of funds. “The government has received many complaints regarding the poor implementation of government schemes and has observed that coordination between the government and the officials is essential for the success of the schemes,” sources said. Sources maintained that Chief Minister has also directed the heads of the departments to go for field visits in re...
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Rich tributes paid to Late Muhammad Ahsan Ahsan on Chaharum
Ahsan was a symbol of intrinsic good
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BANDIPORA, Sep 16: Speakers at a daylong condolence meeting here in North Kashmir’s Hajin township recalled the contribution of great poet and literary activist late Muhammad Ahsan Ahsan, who according to them taught the people about the linguistic activism, humanistic and philanthropic values of living. The condolence meeting was organized in connection with the Chaharum of Late Ahsan who passed away on Thursday. Speakers said that in the demise of Ahsan they lost a magnanimous literary leader, an orator, and a philanthropist. They said that Ahsan was an image of intrinsic good. The condolence meet organized by Adbi Markaz Kamraz in collaboration with Halqai Adab Sonawari and Wahab Dramatic Club was attended by hundreds of people from all walks of life who paid rich homage to late Ahs...
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Basharat for export oriented development of Horticulture sector
JK to build 1.25 lakh boxes cold storage facility at Kolkatta
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SRINAGAR, Sep 16: Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Bukhari today said that the government is working on infusing modern technology in horticulture sector to make it competitive in export markets. The Minister said this during his extensive tour to Kolkata to review the functioning of Horticulture Department in the State. To help the growth of exports in big markets in India, the Minister said that a Cold Storage facility is being established in Kolkata with the capacity of 1.25 lakh fruit boxes, which will go a long way in increasing exports to the Eastern market. In addition to it, a Kisan Ghar with the capacity of 23 rooms is also being constructed in Kolkatta. The Minister also met West Bengals's Food Processing Industries and Horticulture Minister Abdur Razzak Molla and hel...
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Chief Secretary reviews developmental scenario
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BARAMULLA, Sep 16: Chief Secretary, B B Vyas, today chaired a meeting of officers at Dak Bungalow Sopore to review the status of various developmental projects under execution in Sopore town. The meeting was attended by DGP Dr S P Vaid, IG North Kashmir, DDC Baramulla Dr Nasir Ahmad Naqash, SSP Sopore, ADC Baramulla, ADC Sopore, engineers of line departments and other district and sectoral officers. During the meeting, B B Vyas took a comprehensive review of various ongoing projects, being informed that out of the total allocated budget almost 65% of it has been utilized and that work on the remaining is actively going on. The Chief Secretary, who took a sector-wise review of the departments, exhorted upon the concerned to speed up the pace of work so that they are completed within th...
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Time for tourism deptt, private players to launch joint promotion campaign: Dir Tourism
TAAK elects Ashfaq as its new President
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SRINAGAR, Sep 16: Calling on the tourism stakeholders to launch aggressive marketing campaigns, the Director Tourism Kashmir Mahmood A Shah Saturday said that the department is trying to counter negative perception and unnecessary media publicity through a multi-pronged strategy. He was speaking as a chief guest at 9th Annual General Meeting of the Travel Agents Association of Kashmir (TAAK) here at Hotel New Park. During the meeting TAAK elected Ashfaq Siddiq Dug as its new President. Director Tourism Kashmir while welcoming the new TAAK body appreciated the role of the former presidents of the body. Director tourism Kashmir said the department would organize more road shows in different parts of the country especially in South India to attract tourists back to the J&K state which wit...
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Within 2 yrs Srinagar will have robust drainage network: SMC Commissioner
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SRINAGAR, Sep 16: Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) Commissioner Dr Shafaqat Khan on Saturday visited interiors of Bemina to review arrangements made for Muharram and to take stock of public grievances. Accompanied by many senior SMC officials, Commissioner toured Safvi Abad, Mohalla Kamal Bhat, Khomeini Chowk and adjoining areas and met local people. Chairman of the Bemina Development and Welfare Forum, Syed Ali Safvi, apprised the commissioner of myriad civic problems in the area. During his whirlwind visit, SMC Commissioner did on-spot assessment and issued instructions for the speedy redressal of all problems, including lighting, drainage and sanitation. The commissioner assured local people that all arrangements would be put in place by the civic agency in coordination with oth...
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KCCI delegation calls on CM
Mehbooba urges trade bodies to become catalysts in strengthening industry foundations
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today asked the trade bodies to become catalysts in further strengthening the foundations of industry in the State. Interacting with a delegation of new office bearers of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) which called on her here today, the Chief Minister said her Government is taking steps to ensure reforms in business, industrial, labour and other sectors of economy to make the business activity in the State much more easier. She invited the delegation to share their views and ideas with the Government to further ease the business activity in the State. Minister for Finance, Dr. Haseeb Drabu was also present on the occasion. Complimenting the new office bearers of KCCI on assuming charge, Mehbooba Mufti hoped the new team ...
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Siddiqui chairs review meeting of CM's Grievance Cell
'Ensure speedy disposal of cases'
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: A meeting was convened to review the status of redressal of grievances registered with the Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell under the chairmanship of its Additional Secretary, Inam-ul-Haq Siddiqui here today. The meeting was aimed at strengthening the departmental as well as central grievance redressal mechanism besides establishing, defining Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to provide good governance and responsive administration to the people. He said that awareness should be created to educate the public about the process of registering their complaints with the CM’s Grievance Cell, besides focusing on the speedy disposal of pending cases....
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Govt to set up ‘move schools’ for wards of Durbar Move employees: Altaf Bukhari
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, today announced that the State Government will establish ‘Move Schools’ for children of Durbar Move employees. The Minister said two schools will be established, one each in Srinagar and Jammu, where the children of Durbar Move employees can get admissions and study till Class 8th. The Minister made this announcement during the meeting with the School Education department which was attended by Secretary School Education, Farooq Ahmad Shah, Director School Education (Kashmir), Director School Education (Jammu), Project Directors of RMSA & SSA, President, Secretariat Employees and other concerned officials. Bukhari said there was a long demand of Move Employees whose children’s education suffered due to the Durbar Mov...
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Use modern technology with traditional wisdom: Naeem to Engineers
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SRINAGAR, Sep 15: Terming engineers as a cream of society Minister for Public Works Naeem Akhtar today stressed on the need to use modern technology in consonance with traditional wisdom and utmost commitment to public welfare. The Minister while presiding over the Golden Jubilee celebration of Engineers Day at Institute of Engineers (India), Jammu and Kashmir State Centre, said that an engineer should never stop learning and should always consider himself as a student. “The world is moving ahead with technology that makes building designing efficient, safe and in consonant with local environment. We need to adopt modern technology but with an undying commitment to build the society for better and help the humans,” said the Minister. While praising the vernacular architecture of Kashmi...
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KU exams postponed
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SRINAGAR, See 14: All Kashmir University examinations scheduled to be held on September 15, 2017 (Friday) have been postponed. An official announcement has said that these examinations have been postponed in view of the restrictions imposed in Srinagar city tomorrow as a precautionary measure. Fresh dates shall be notified separately, later....
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