Friday, October 24, 2014
Breaking News : Mirwaiz announces support to London’s Million March | RNTCP employees call indefinite strike against pending salaries | Sagar hails Omar for regularization of NYCs | RTI Movement welcomes handing over of Toasmaidan meadow to State | Govt committed for all round development of state: G.A Mir | Govt a saga of performance in restructuring Economy: Rather | Samoon reviews implementation of Central schemes | Saddar Court functioning at Sanat Ghar Complex Qamarwari | Sagar reviews Muharram arrangements | Workshop on training on digital literacy held at Anantnag | JK Bank RSETI Bandipora distributes DRI loan cheques | Saroori inaugurates Medical camp at Mugalmaidan Kishtwar | Modi’s Kashmir visit tantamount to ‘rubbing salt’ over wounds of Kashmiris: UJC | Al-Umar Mujahideen calls for strike on October 27 | BJP attacks Omar over AFSPA remarks | Durbar Move: Officials flee to Jammu in advance | Soz terms Modi’s relief package as crude joke | International aid only way to rebuilt Kashmir: Geelani | Oct 27 unfortunate day in history of Kashmir: Malik | Guv inaugurates Research Centre, State Referral Laboratory at SKUAST-K |
BJP attacks Omar over AFSPA remarks

‘He wants to appease separatists, befool people for vote bank policy’
Srinagar Oct 24 (KNS): Days after Chief Minister Omar Abdullah stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take a look at revocation of the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA), Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) Friday expressed its disagreement with it saying that Omar is trying to appease separatists and befool people for vote bank politics. “Chief Minister issues such statemen...
Durbar Move: Officials flee to Jammu in advance


Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): With Durbar Move closing on October 31 in Srinagar some senior officers have preferred to keep away from their offices and surprisingly some of them have flied to Jammu in advance. On Friday when KNS correspondent visited a number of offices in Srinagar it painted a dismal picture. “Sahab Jammu main hain (the officer is in Jammu),”said a peon outside official chamber of M...
Soz terms Modi’s relief package as crude joke


Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): State Congress president Prof Saifuddin Soz Friday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement in Srinagar, the other day, regarding package of relief for the sufferers of the recent devastating floods as a crude joke with the people of State. In a statement Soz said, “Since he was giving a message to Kashmir, he should have been conscious of the level of devastati...
International aid only way to rebuilt Kashmir: Geelani

Terms Modi’s package a cruel joke, urges OIC to step in
Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): Huriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Friday termed Modi’s relief package to the flood hit Kashmir as a ‘cruel joke’, urging upon world community and Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to play vital role in rebuilding flood ravaged Kashmir on humanitarian grounds. The Huriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani told KNS that the relief package of Rs 570 c...
Oct 27 unfortunate day in history of Kashmir: Malik

Appeals people to observe shutdown on Monday
Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik Friday said 27th October 1947 is an unfortunate day for the freedom loving nations of Jammu Kashmir. “Its wretchedness and bitterness is still haunting Kashmir and Kashmiris. This nation is striving for its freedom from last six decades and has rendered voluble sacrifices for this just cause,” he said...
Guv inaugurates Research Centre, State Referral Laboratory at SKUAST-K


Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): N.N. Vohra, Chancellor of the Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology- Kashmir (SKUAST-K), today inaugurated the Research Centre for Residue & Quality Analysis (RCRQA) established at Shalimar Campus of SKUAST-K. The RCRQA has been established for providing testing facilities and analytical services to agricultural producers, agribusinesses, indiv...
PM announces Rs 740 cr for flood hit J&K

Hails army for carrying ‘entire’ rescue operation during floods
Srinagar, Oct 23 (KNS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived on a day’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, announced Rs 570 crore for the flood hit homes here in addition to 170 crore for the renovation of six major hospitals in the state. Prime Minister while asserting that the financial help be directly transferred to bank accounts of affected people, stated that people in Jammu and ...
 
 
 
 
 
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Modi’s Kashmir visit tantamount to ‘rubbing salt’ over wounds of Kashmiris: UJC


Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): Terming the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kashmir tantamount to ‘rubbing salt over peoples’ wounds’, United Jihad Council (UJC) chief Syed Sallah-ud-din Friday stated that even the pro- India parties in Kashmir vin...
Newly appointed PSC chairman, members wait for nod from Raj Bhavan
Asiya supports Geelani’s Oct 23 strike call
Shah calls for Strike on Oct 23 on Modi’s visit
Soz addresses public meeting at Sheeri
 
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Mirwaiz announces support to London’s Million March

Asks people to observe strike on Oct 27
Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): Demanding immediate withdrawal of troops from Kashmir, Huriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Friday called upon GOI to shun its ‘policy of delaying’ with ​regard to ​the ​re​solution of Kashmir since it would have far r...
RNTCP employees call indefinite strike against pending salaries
Sagar hails Omar for regularization of NYCs
RTI Movement welcomes handing over of Toasmaidan meadow to State
Govt committed for all round development of state: G.A Mir
 
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Al-Umar Mujahideen calls for strike on October 27


Srinagar, Oct 24 (KNS): The militant outfit Al-Umar Mujahideen Friday urged the people to observe complete strike on October 27. In a tele statement issued to KNS, Al-Umar Mujahideen chief Mushtaq Ahmad Zargar Friday stated that the October 27 m...
Charging school fee for Sept highly unethical: Bukhari
Hizb supports Geelani’s strike call
Medicos appointed under RBA to be posted in far-off areas
Double speak exposes hypocritical behavior of New Delhi and its stooges: Malik
 
 
 
 
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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