Friday, August 29, 2014
Breaking News : State Govt responsible for 380 killings in last 5 ½ years | Shah demands reservation for Sikh community | Land of Kashmir being converted into Illegal Slums: Er Rashid | Targami calls on Governor | Work on Bandipora Hospital apace, Rs. 11.75 cr utilized: Taj | Work on Rs. 34 cr Naagar Nagar-Watlub Tourism Circuit apace: Jora | Jammu based ReZs to be regularized after disposal of court case: Hassan Mir | ‘NDA trying to create a situation like Gaza in J&K’ | Narcotics recovered from 2 Dhaba's in Tangmarg | 01 dies, 25 injured in road accidents | Fire Incidents | Bear injures eight in Baramulla | Education cum motivational tour | | Youth to play decisive role in upcoming polls | It is impossible to mislead new generation of Kashmir: Shabir Shah | Shun confrontational, resolve Kashmir: Mirwaiz asks India-Pakistan leadership | For 11830 posts, Govt receives 102574 forms, earns Rs 20 Cr in 5 Years | SSM College ‘coerces’ students: | Govt. to throw master plan in public domain | Without any chances for regularization, 53000 casual, need based engaged by Govt. | Tainted congress MLA prefers silence in Assembly | Denial of passports on flimsy grounds unconstitutional: Tarigami | Geelani continuously under house confinement: Hurriyat (G) |
For 11830 posts, Govt receives 102574 forms, earns Rs 20 Cr in 5 Years

3051 persons engaged on need basis after May 16
Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): The government received more than 10 lakh applications for 11830 posts in last five years and the amount of fee collected from these applications is more than Rs 19,6627626. According to the KNS correspondent, the state government while responding to the query submitted by the PDP chief spokesman and MLC Naeem Akhtar said that 197542 applications for the fast track recrui...
SSM College ‘coerces’ students:

College asks us to testify that we have completed 85% syllabus: Students Principal didn’t respond to explanation: KU KU to take up the matter with VC
Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): The students of SSM College are up in arms against the management of the college for allegedly forcing the students to sit in the examination after finishing their last semester just over a month ago. The students of the Computer Science Engineering students currently in seventh semester said they had finished the sixth semester only in mid July and the administration ...
Govt. to throw master plan in public domain

‘Stake holders taken into confidence’
Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): The government on Friday said that the Master Plans for Srinagar and Jammu 2012-2032 will be put to public domain in the near future for inviting suggestions and comments from general public . According to the KNS correspondent, the government was responding to the question submitted by legislator Chaman Lal Gupta wherein he had asked the government about the new master...
Without any chances for regularization, 53000 casual, need based engaged by Govt.


Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): Despite having no proposal for their regularization 53000 people have been engaged by the state government as casual or need based workers in various government departments. According to the KNS correspondent, during the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly here today G.M. Saroori submitted the question asking the government whether it is a fact that thousands of yout...
Tainted congress MLA prefers silence in Assembly


Srinagar Aug 29 (KNS): Senior Congress leader and former Minister for Health, Shabir Ahmad Khan has decided to prefer silence in the Legislative Assembly after remaining in the headlines of newspapers for having allegedly molesting a lady doctor. Interestingly, Khan represents Rajouri Assembly segment, could be seen sitting close to the BJP legislators giving signal that he was not in talking te...
Denial of passports on flimsy grounds unconstitutional: Tarigami


Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): State Secretary CPI (M), Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami today urged the government not to punish its own innocent citizens for the wrongs committed by their kin. According to KNS correspondent during the proceedings of Legislative Assembly today morning, while raising the issue of denial of passports to the people not involved in any kind of subversive activities, Tarigami sai...
Geelani continuously under house confinement: Hurriyat (G)


Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference Sayed Ali Geelani is continuously under the house detention and today on 29 August, he was 20th time denied the permission to offer the Friday congregational prayers. According to a statement issued to KNS, the organizers of the book fair which is being held in Srinagar and the participant book sellers, who belong to different sta...
 
 
 
 
 
Interviews
Shun confrontational, resolve Kashmir: Mirwaiz asks India-Pakistan leadership


Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): Terming the prevailing escalation of tension at Loc between India and Pakistan as a cause of extreme concern, Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has stressed upon the political leadership of both countries t...
Azad Grieved Over Ramban Accident
PHE in slumber after leaving a project halfway in Sopore
‘Indo-Pak bilateral talks a futile exercise’
J&K would oppose war mongering: Mehbooba
 
Jammu Kashmir
State Govt responsible for 380 killings in last 5 ½ years

Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): The Jammu and Kashmir Coalition of Civil Societies (JKCCS) has said that the State government ‘seeks to limit its responsibility to 134 civilians killed in 5 ½ years, when it in reality bears responsibility for a total of 380 civilians who have been killed from 2009 to July ...
Shah demands reservation for Sikh community
Land of Kashmir being converted into Illegal Slums: Er Rashid
Targami calls on Governor
Work on Bandipora Hospital apace, Rs. 11.75 cr utilized: Taj
 
Nation
 
Articles
It is impossible to mislead new generation of Kashmir: Shabir Shah

‘India should read writing on the wall’
Srinagar, Aug 29 (KNS): Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir leader and Democratic Freedom Party chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah was today arrested along with his associates, by a large contingent of police at Kulgam after he addressed a large public gather...
2nd batch of Hajj pilgrims leave for Medina Munawara
Deface Dahgama Nallah affects Dal Lake: Locals
Won’t give any projects to NHPC without Joint Venture: Omar
J&K Bank holds awareness camps, training programmes
 
 
 
 
Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar
 
 
List of Shortlisted Candidates for the Post of Class-IV, Chief Education Officer (CEO) Srinagar 
 
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