Monday, May 25, 2015
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Wakaf fails to release funds for implementation of Hazaratbal Shrine Master Plan

Can’t implement until houses around the shrine are removed: VC Wakaf
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Wakf Board has failed to implement the much needed Hazratbal Shrine Master Plan. Notwithstanding the Board owning assets worth crores, it has failed to execute the much awaited Master Plan of the most revered shrine of the Valley where lakhs of devotees throng. The shrine holds the sacred relic of Prophet Mohammad (SAW). Official sources told KNS that g...
Stone pelters mostly minors: DGP

‘Will hold counseling sessions for them’
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): To tackle the growing incidents of stone pelting in the valley, Director General Police (DGP) K Rajindra Kumar Sunday said that the stone pelters were mostly minors and police will hold counseling sessions for them. “Most of the stone pelters are minors. We don’t want to go tough against them. We will identify them and will do their counseling,” the DGP told KNS over phon...
CSC to meet on recruitment policy, after 3 days: Dy CM

‘Ready for modification, let people give their suggestions’
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): The cabinet sub-committee (CSC) constituted by the PDP-BJP government on new recruitment policy is meeting here to point out the queries raised by the Governor N N Vohra. “The CSC meeting will take place after three days to look into the queries raised by the Governor over new recruitment policy. The crucial meeting will look into the deficiencies in the policy and find o...
JK govt team headed by Dy CM to meet Union Housing Minister

‘To seek formal approval for construction of four Smart cities’
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): With the central government having given nod to construction of four ‘Smart Cities’ in the State, two each in Jammu and Kashmir divisions, state government’s team headed by Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh is meeting with Union Housing and Urban Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday in New Delhi for formal approval. Sources told KNS Deputy CM, who holds Housing and Urb...
Ikhwan era a closed chapter: Akhtar

‘NC, Cong gave political space to Ikhwanis’
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Senior Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader and Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar Sunday made it clear that the revival of the dark era of Ikhwanis was not just possible as such practices were not only illegal and unconstitutional but unethical as well. “Whosoever is dishing out such absurd views, is grossly ignorant about both- the ground realities in Kashmir and t...
PC organises prayer meeting in memory of Ab Gani Lone, Molvi Farooq

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Peoples Conference leaders Sunday urged the party workers to enroll maximum number of people towards the party so that the freedom struggle can be taken to its logical conclusion. Addressing a prayer meeting on the anniversaries of Khawaja Abdul Gani Lone and Mirwaiz Molvi Mohammad Farooq at Sanant Nagar headquarters here they said, “People Conference has a vision and wan...
Erratic Idea network irks valley subscribers

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): The Idea cellular is taking subscribers for a ride in Kashmir valley with the people accusing it of outshining the erratic network of the BSNL. Aghast over the dismal performance of the Idea Cellular in Kashmir, subscribers said the call drops, no internet connectivity and erratic services is taking toll with the regular functioning of business houses too getting affected...
Asiya Andrabi visits pallet Injured Hamid Nazir at JVC hospital

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Dukhtaran-e-Milat (DeM) chairperson Syedah Asiya Andrabi along with a delegation of the party visited Injured Hamid Nazir at JVC hospital who was recently injured in pellet firing at Palhallan. In a statement to KNS a DeM spokesperson said, Asiya was deeply moved by the plight of the boy. “It appears as if he has been mauled by a bear. The condition of the boy is evident ...
Hurriyat (G) anguished over condition of Palhalan youth injured due to pellets

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): While expressing its deep concern and anguish over the multiple pellet injuries in head, face and eyes of the Palhallan teenager Hamid Nazir, Hurriyat Conference (G) alleged that despite the severe criticism by the human rights organizations, the police in Jammu & Kashmir continue to use the lethal weapons against the public and due to which many innocent lives have been l...
Sack corrupt officials: DAK

‘Seize their assets’
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) Sunday said it is shocking that as many as 100 government functionaries figure in the list of corrupt officials that has been prepared by various anti graft agencies. In a statement to KNS President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan said, “These officials have amassed phenomenal wealth and assets through corrupt practices and dossiers compiled on th...
Jammu Kashmir
Police restrictions on scheduled ML seminar open curb on freedom of speech: Freedom Party

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): The Democratic Freedom Party while strongly condemning the police restrictions on the scheduled seminar by Muslim League said the State administration by resorting to such means despite making hollow claims of "battle of ideas" is showing its autocratic nature. The spokesma...
JKLF expresses grief over the demise of Younis Meraj of Karhama Tengmarg
Karra seeks IIT, IIM, IIMC for Kashmir
Guv inaugurates NIT Srinagar’s ALUMNI MEET
Dy CM reviews Kheer Bhawani Mela arrangements
Altaf orders immediate restoration of Mehjoor Nagar foot-bridge
Zulfkar inspects Gujjar, Bakerwal hostel Reasi
PDP-BJP govt lets down flood victims: Rana
Army organizes education tour for Mawar Valley students
Rajendra address cops at Ganderbal, reviews arrangements for Mela Khir Bhawani
Insurance employees donate Rs 16 lakh to GHSS Amira Kadal
Mehraj-un-Nabi (SAW) conference held in Srinagar
Old Habbakadal bridge would be ready by August
Karra chairs Srinagar International Airport Advisory Committee meeting
Cross Country Run Organised by S P Hr Sec School

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‘Wrong policies’ of PDP-BJP coalition adds misery to people: G A Mir

Takes dig at Manohar Parikar’s remarks
Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee held a one day political convention of Party functionaries, contesting candidates and block presidents of Kupwara district at Kupwara today. The convention was presided over by fo...
Deeni Mahaz releases two books in Srinagar
Defence Minister calls on CM
Sallah-ud-din pays tributes to Mirwaiz, Lone
NC pays tributes to Mirwaiz Farooq, A G Lone

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Mushtaq represents HWO, Pahalgam at GPIW

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Social activist and environmentalist Mushtaq Pahalgami represented the Himalayan Welfare Organization, Pahalgam in a two day International Conference organized by Global Peace Initiative Of Women (GPIW) and Ripples at Srinagar on 22nd, 23rd May at Sher-i-Kashmir Internationa...
Tarigami censures Parrikar, Shah for their indefensible statements
Claiming to eliminate terrorists with terrorist exposes India: Er Rashid
Seeking Indian passport in Kashmir a compulsion: Huriyat (G)
Crime gazette 2014 released, shows decreasing trend in crime situation in the State

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Geelani grieved over demise of mother of Bashir Qurashi

Srinagar, May 24 (KNS): Expressing his deep sorrow and grief over the death of the mother of the prominent pro-freedom leader Bashir Ahmad Qurashi of Karnah Valley, Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani prayed for the Jannah to the departed soul. In his condolence message, Geelani said...
Parrikar’s statement announcement of starting new phase of Ikwhani culture in Kashmir: Hurriyat (G)
North Kashmir village without water
Gandhis a dynasty of martyrs: G.A. Mir
Police Public School, Bemina excels in 10th Class results

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