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Vaishno Devi shrine set to ink new pilgrim inflow record.

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With increasing inflow of pilgrims at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine, the pilgrimage in Trikuta mountainous is all set to create new record this year, as it had already crossed the mark of 80 lakh pilgrims in 11 months of 2018, officials said. Till November 30, as many as 80,430,56 ...

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Mock interviews conducted for naib tehsildar aspirants.

Voice Institute of Learning and Excellence (VILE) today conducted mock interviews for the naib tehsildar aspirants, who have cleared their written tests and are due for their viva. The mock test was attended by a large number of aspirants from various parts of Jammu and Kashmir.Many aspects pertaining to personality ...

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Hurriyat office sealed, Mirwaiz put under house arrest.

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Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was placed under house arrest on Saturday while Rajbagh office of the amalgam was sealed to prevent a workers’ session. Taking to micro blogging social networking website twitter Mirwaiz wrote, “One day #Hurriyat workers /delegate session barred! Put again under #HouseArrest! Rajbagh office ...

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India-Pakistan should follow up Kartarpur with Kashmir: Mirwaiz.

Chairman Hurriyat Conference (M) Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said on Friday that the opening of Kartarpur corridor, which connects the holiest Sikh shrines in Indian and Pakistani Punjab, was the outcome of a humanitarian approach by the two countries that should be emulated in case of Kashmir now. Addressing an impressive ...

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HC dismisses plea against appointment of VCs of Kashmir, Jammu universities.

The High Court dismissed a plea against appointment of Kashmir and Jammu University Vice Chancellors. A division bench of Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Sanjeev Kumar dismissed the petition while observing that the plea was raised on “extremely vague grounds without factual basis”. It (the writ petition) also does ...

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DC Bandipora reviews status of languishing projects.

To complete the languishing developmental projects in Bandipora district, the government has so far approved about 32 projects for funding through the Jammu & Kashmir Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation (JKIDFC) Limited. According to an official spokesperson, this was given out in a meeting chaired by Deputy Commissioner Bandipora Shahid Iqbal ...

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Seminar on intellectual property rights held at KU.

To create awareness about the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) among the masses, the Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (CCRUM), New Delhi organised a seminar at EMMRC, University of Kashmir, Hazratbal on Thursday. The event organised through Regional Research Institute of Unani Medicine (RRIUM), Srinagar was funded by National ...

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Omar, Khan welcome proposed railway link to Kupwara.

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National Conference vice- president and former Chief  Minister of Jammu and Kashmir    Omar Abdullah on Friday expressed gratitude to Government of India for extending the railway line to Kupwara district. “I take this opportunity to thank Piyush Goyal ji for acceding to the popular demand and starting the process ...

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India facing worst religious extremism: Er Rasheed.

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Reacting to General Bipin Rawat’s remarks that Pakistan should become a secular state like India if it wants good relations, AIP President and former MLA  Er Rasheed on Friday alleged that India is facing “worst religious extremism.” In a statement here Er Rasheed said, “While Bipin Rawat or anyone else ...

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Open Kargil-I-Skardu road, ancient Sharda temple route: Soz.

Senior Congress leader and former union minister Prof Saifuddin Soz Friday urged upon the Government of India and the Government of Pakistan to agree to the opening of Kargil-Iskardu Road and the road to ancient Sharda Temple to honour the aspirations of the people of Kashmir and the people of ...

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