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    State Govt imposes restrictions on lavish spendings in marriages

    Jammu and Kashmir government Tuesday imposed restrictions on lavish spendings in marriage functions.Minister for Consumer Affair and Public Distribution Choudhary Zulfikar Ali here this afternoon told reporters that major steps
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    SBM Contractual Employees Without Salary From Last 4 Years

    Contractual employees working in Saakshar Bharat Mission (SBM) have demanded immediate release of their salaries pending from the last four years.A delegation of SBM employees said that 6000 contractual employees
  • The JMF added that recent transfers “have sent shock waves in Muslim community and are feeling suffocated”.

    Posting Of Officers Lack Muslim Representation: JMF

    Jammu Muslim Front (JMF) on Wednesday slammed PDP-BJP for what it called as “directionless transfers”.The PDP led government on Monday late night ordered a major reshuffle in civil and police administration.
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    Return of Power Projects: ‘Issue Raised With PM,’ says Govt

    After Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) formally rejected J&K government’s proposal of getting back National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC) owned power projects in state, the PDP-BJP coalition government on Friday, however, said that the matte
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    State to get two Power Projects back from NHPC: Govt

    Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu on Friday said the Jammu and Kashmir government is holding hectic parleys with the GOI over the return of atleast two power projects from the power giant NHPC to the state government.
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    J&K Govt 'sacks' counsel in SC after he 'disagrees' on sovereignty verdict

    Weeks after the Supreme Court said that Jammu and Kashmir “has no vestige of sovereignty outside the Constitution of India”, the JK government, following an uproar in the Valley, has fired its standing counsel in the top court
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    50 Of 77 Recommendations By SHRC Rejected By Govt

    In last three year out of 72 recommendations made by State Human Rights Commission, Government has rejected 50 cases and deferred nine others.“During last three years, 72 cases /recommendations have been received from the Commission,” Government
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    98 Docs Terminated for Remaining Absent In JK

    As many as ninety-eight doctors in Jammu and Kashmir were terminated for remaining absent from service without permission in 2016, the state government said on Monday.
  • Back to Pandit question

    Back to Pandit question

    In a move that is set to raise fresh tension in Valley, the Union Home Ministry has identified 100 acres of land at eight places in the valley for settlement of Kashmiri Pandits. These pockets will be spread across all 10 districts of the valley
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    Rs 399.29 Crore Jhelum Flood Management Plan Under Implementation: Govt

    Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Choudhary Sham Lal Tuesday informed the legislative assembly that during the year 2015-16, a Comprehensive Plan - Priority Works for Management on River Jhelum Phase-I,
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    Several Initiatives Underway For Traffic Management In Srinagar: Govt

    Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh Tuesday informed the legislative assembly that the government has taken several measures to decongest the traffic in the twin capital cities of Jammu and Srinagar. H
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    Consumers To Get Food-Grains In First 10 Days of Every Month

    PDP-BJP coalition government on Tuesday said that the consumers would get food-grains in the first 10 days of every month from March 1 this year.In this regard, the Minister for Food,Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Choudhary Zulfkar Ali
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    Doctors To Prescribe Drugs By Generic Name Only

    J&K Government on Tuesday said that it has taken tangible steps to enforce prescription of standard quality drugs by their generic names and not by brand names as part of the move to bust the possible nexus between the poly pharmacy and doctors.
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    Govt to facilitate cashless PDS by Dec 2017

    As a sequel towards facilitating state’s consumers in view of recent demonetization, the Jammu and Kashmir government will extend cashless Public Distribution System till December 2017 with installation of Point of Sales (PoS) machines on every Fair
  •  Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Choudhary Zulfkar Ali

    Airfare Hike: JK Writes to Union Govt

    A Expressing concern over steep rise in airfares especially on J&K sector, Minister for Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali has sought the intervention of the concerned authorities in the Government of India