ITI Superintendent not transferred from 6 years

Baramulla: Authorities have miserably failed to take notice of dozens of complaints filed against the Superintendent Industrial Training Institute (ITI) Pattan, who has been serving at the same place from 6 years without any transfer. The complainants who accuse the Superintendent of fraud and corruption told news agency CNS that they had first filed a […]

Bank Error Puts Career of KAS Aspirant in Jeopardy

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Bank officials on Monday admitted the error in uploading the receipt of the fee submitted by a KAS aspirant thereby putting his career at the stake. Zahoor Ahmad, Bank Manager of Safapora Ganderbal branch admitted the error in uploading the receipt of the fee submitted by a KAS aspirant. “The candidate […]

1000’s Stranded As Highway Remains Closed for 6th Day 

Ramban/ Jammu:  As 300-kilometers long Srinagar-Jammu highway remained closed for the sixth consecutive day, thousands of stranded passengers, including children and women faced with shortage of food and shelter, carried on their journey on foot to reach their desired destinations.  Distraught passengers lashing out at the government for its ‘callousness’ Monday alleged that not a single […]

Sarpanch Who Resigned Last Year, Shot Dead

Pulwama: Former National Conference Sarpanch and maternal uncle of slain Lashkar-e-Taiba militant from Kakapora area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on Monday morning. The deceased has been identified as Fayaz Ahmed Dar son of Abdul Khaliq Dar, a resident of Kakapora Pulwama. Family members of the deceased former Sarpanch told […]

Communal Elements Out To Stoke Tension in Jammu: JMF

Jammu: A day after a group of rightwing activists tried to fan communal violence in Jammu, Jammu Muslim Front Monday demanded an impartial probe into the incident and appealed Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Police Chief Dr SP Ved to personally look into the matter and expose those vested elements who have been hell-bent on creating […]

Weather Turns Pleasant In Kashmir, Night Remains Below Freezing Point

Srinagar: Weather turned pleasant as sun came out much to the delight of the people, improving the maximum temperature in Kashmir though night chilly continued due to open skies and chilly winds. The border town of Kargil was the coldest place in the region at minus 12.3 degree, followed by ski resort of Gulmarg, where […]

Detention of Kashmiri Youth: Police Foil Hurriyat Sit-in Protest 

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police Monday foiled a sit-in protest by separatists in the capital, Srinagar, and detained several of its leaders and activists. Scores of separatist leaders and activists, including from both the faction of Hurriyat Conference and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), took to streets at Maisuma against the detention and plight […]

LS By-polls: NC Core Group Meets Today

Srinagar: National Conference core group committee is meeting Tuesday to decide the candidates for by-polls to two parliament seats in the Kashmir valley. The party will also decide whether to go alone or make seat sharing arrangement with Congress to fight against PDP. NC General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar said that the core group committee […]

Clashes in Budgam Village During Searches

Budgam: A youth was injured during massive clashes that erupted at Qazipora Chak village of Budgam district after government forces launched a search and cordon operation to nab the militants. Official sources said that government forces on Monday afternoon launched a cordon and search operation at Qazipora Chak following inputs about the presence of suspected […]

‘150 Labourers Lost Lives Due to Electrocution’

Srinagar: Police on Monday foiled the protest march of All Jammu and Kashmir Casual Daily Wagers Forum (AJKCDWF) and detained scores of its members after they tried to march towards Lal Chowk. The protesters assembled inside the Srinagar’s Press Enclave and chanted slogans against the government. The protesters were demanding action against the officials whose […]

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