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JKPCC state president’s remarks uncalled for: NC.

National Conference on Wednesday called J&K PCC chief GA Mir’s remarks on NC decision of staying away from upcoming ULB polls as outrageous and far from truth. Calling his utterances politically motivated, NC provincial spokesperson Imran Nabi Dar said, “It’s sad that the Congress chief had to make such malafide ...

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Provide adequate security to candidates contesting civic elections: Guv Malik.

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday asked the police and civil administration officials to provide adequate security cover to candidates contesting the municipal and panchayat elections in the state. Addressing a day-long conference of deputy commissioners and superintendents of police, Malik advised them to spread awareness among ...

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India, Pakistan Asia Cup cricket match: NIT orders closure of shops on campus.

Authorities at National Institute of Technology Hazratbal, Srinagar on Wednesday ordered the closure of all shops on the campus in view of the ongoing Indo-Pak cricket match. “In view of Indo-Pak cricket match scheduled today i.e. 19/09/2018, all shopkeepers of the NIT campus are hereby directed to close their shops ...

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Insurance for civil poll candidates: Mirwaiz dubs it as bait to entrap people.

Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Wednesday said that the rulers were using insurance as a bait to entice people to contest the upcoming civic polls in the state. “How bizzare can it get .. As no one ready , rulers using insurance bait to entrap people and become ...

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Srinagar held hostage by rulers to disallow Muharram procession: Mirwaiz.

Chairman Hurriyat (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Wednesday while condemning the restrictions across Srinagar to prevent Muharram procession said the city is being held ‘hostage by rulers.’ “Srinagar held hostage by rulers to disallow Muharram procession ! Curbs and restrictions on peoples movement everywhere. Roads and alleys leading to hospitals ...

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11th research methodology workshop concludes at GMC Srinagar.

The 11th three-day research methodology workshop was conducted at Government Medical College (GMC) here. The event was organised by GMC’s Department of Community Medicine and was attended by faculty and resident doctors from GMC Srinagar, SKIMS Srinagar, GMC Jammu, GDC Srinagar, GUMC Srinagar, RRIUM Srinagar, DHSK. In-house and visiting faculty ...

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Advisor Kumar assures timely resolution of grievances.

Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar today held grievance redressal camp at JK Governor’s Grievance Cell where he met several public delegations and individuals who apprised him about their issues and demands. During the camp, 20 delegations and 27 individuals turned up at JKGGC to apprise the Advisor of their ...

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Govt mulling Rs 10 lakh insurance cover for civic-poll candidates.

The state government is contemplating an insurance cover of Rs 10 lakh for the candidates participating in the upcoming local bodies and panchayat elections. The move is geared to instill confidence among them in the wake of threats from militants and encourage them to join the fray.  “The plan is ...

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Geelani chairs Hurriyat (G)’s executive council meeting.

Hurriyat Conference (G)  chairman Syed Ali Geelani today urged the people to stay away from the upcoming Panchyat and local bodies polls.“These (elections) have been used as a tool to continue forcible control of the state, plunder its precious assets,  change its demography and tinker with its state subject law,” ...

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Will provide corruption-free governance system: Jammu and Kashmir Governor.

Ensuring a transparent and people-oriented governance system is my topmost priority as head of Jammu and Kashmir, the Governor Satya Pal Malik said on Tuesday, and assured that he would listen to public grievances frequently and address them swiftly. In an exclusive interview  Malik, who replaced NarendaNath Vohra, said that ...

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