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Chairman thanks FM for announcing 10% SDA for Ladakh Employees

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Chairman J&K Legislative Council, Haji Anayat Ali today thanked the Finance Minister Dr Haseeb Drabu for approving 10% Special Duty Allowance on Basic Pay for the employees working in difficult areas like Ladakh region. He thanked the Minister on behalf of the people of Ladakh and said that it was ...

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Budget discussion concludes in Upper House

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The general discussion on budget concluded in the House today with several members participating in the debate. Initiating the debate, Ghulam Nabi Monga, said the Panchayat budget is not up to the expectations. He accused the government of disempowering the Panchayats. He said the provisions included in the budget for ...

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Encroachment of Kahcharai land at Friends Enclave: Chairman seeks report

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Chairman Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali today asked the government to come up with a comprehensive within 3 days on alleged encroachment of Kahcharai land at the posh Friends Enclave Colony at Humhama, Budgam. The chairman gave the instructions in response to a ‘Point of Order’ raised by MLC Yasir ...

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Rs 211 cr plan for rehabilitation of Bursar project affected families: Asiea Naqash

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Minister of State for Power, Health and Medical Education Asiea Naqash, while replying to a question of Firdous Ahmad Tak, informed that a revised plan of Rs 211.41 crore has been framed for Resettlement & Rehabilitation (R&R) of people to be affected due to the construction of Bursar project in ...

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Govt to open 17 new Degree Colleges: Priya Sethi

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Minister of State for Higher Education Ms. Priya Sethi, while replying to a question of Aga Syed Mahmood Mosavi, informed the house that the State Government has recently approved the opening of 17 new Degree Colleges in the State. The Minister informed that the newly sanctioned colleges shall be established ...

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16 WWSs fully functional in Sonawari constituency: Sham Choudhary

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Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Sham Lal Choudhary informed the House that sixteen water supply schemes are fully functional in Sonawari and catering to the daily water needs of the area. “Of 125 habitations of Sonawari, sixty are getting normal water supply while 65 others get 10 to ...

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252 units functional at Industrial Estate Lassipora: Ganga

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Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash Ganga, while replying to a question of Surinder Mohan Ambardar, informed that there are 252 units functional at Lassipora Industrial Estate. The Minister said that the government had earmarked 6,193 Kanal land for the Industrial Estate in 1984, of which 3,675 kanal was ...

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Various measures underway to promote horticulture in Poonch: Basharat Bukhari

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Minister for Horticulture Syed Basharat Ahmed Bukhari today informed Legislative Council that the government has taken path-breaking steps for promotion of Horticulture sector in Poonch including plantation of ultra-high density, normal high-density plants and development of Pecan nut village at Ajote, Degwar, Maldyan, Kheri-Karmara, Mankote, Sagra and Ghani. Replying to ...

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Rs 616.59 crore being spent on power augmentation under DDUGJY: Asiea

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Minister of State for Power, Asiea Naqash informed the House that the Union Government has launched a mega development programme under DDUGJY for the improvement of power system in the State involving a cost of Rs. 616.59 crore. Responding to a question by Mr. Abdul Rahim Rather, she said this ...

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10.90 lakh cusec mtr de-silting done in Jhelum Srinagar, Baramulla: Choudhary Sham Lal

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Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Ch. Sham Lal informed the House that as part of flood prevention measure around 10.90 lakh cusec mtr de-silting has been done in Jhelum between Srinagar- Baramulla till Dec 2017. “To augment the dredging activities after the 2014 floods the department of Irrigation ...

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