Government authorities have prepared a list of 130 employees including some lecturers and doctors for immediate sacking them from their services.So far, government has issued orders of termination twelve employees.
The National Human Rights Commission Friday said it is still awaiting the response of the Jammu and Kashmir government to the notice issued to it in July on the basis of media reports over the unrest in the Valley.
Paramilitary forces guarding International Border Friday claimed it had killed 7 personnel of Pakistani Rangers and a militant while retaliating to a ceasefire violation on the International Border in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir in which on
A bullet riddled body of a 28 year old youth was found in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Friday morning.Sources said the dead body of Shameem Ahmad Patloo, s/o Ab Aziz Patloo, r/o Arwani Kulgam was found in Kujar
Reacting to the remarks made by People’s Democratic Party leader and Member Parliament Muzaffar Hussain Beigh that the “historic” PDP-BJP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir has been able to change the political narrative,
The Vigilance Organization Kashmir (VOK) on Thursday said that it registered two cases under Prevention of Corruption Act against Chief Engineers and other officers if Public Health Engineering (PHE) department Kashmir.
Calling for preparing a detailed inventory of the Wakaf assets in Jammu province, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has stressed the need for digitization of the Wakaf records/data to evaluate and put such properties to productive use.
With protests in Kashmir having entered its 104th day on Thursday, the Jammu and Kashmir government has arrested several youth under the Public Safety Act (PSA) that provides jail for up to six months, without a court trial, on charges of being a th
In a major offensive against the mass uprising in Kashmir, the state government is contemplating “biggest ever” crackdown in the summer capital of Srinagar, while around 500 youth are feared to be arrested,.
Amnesty International has urged government to release two boys who were detained under controversial Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act (PSA), a statement issued by Srinagar based JKCCS said on Thursday.
Increased movement of traffic on main roads of Kashmir and the city's civil was witnessed on a curfew-free Thursday even as the other facets of life in the valley remained suspended for the 104th consecutive day as separatists extended the shutdown