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Centre gives Rs 1,100 crore to J&K for flood relief

NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday sanctioned over Rs 1,100 crore from the National Disaster Response Fund to help the Jammu and Kashmir government restore public infrastructure damaged during the floods last year. An additional Rs 20 crore was approved under the National Rural Drinking Water Programme for restoration of drinking water systems in...

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Snow avalanche warning issued from Feb 01 to 03

The Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, Kumar Raju Ranjan, who is also Chairman, District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) Kupwara has issued the weather warning saying the weather is likely to deteriorate...

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Fifteen employees including BMO and ZEO’s suspended

Fifteen employees of various government departments including two Zonal Education Officers, Block Medical Officer and a doctor were suspended for remaining absent from their duties in South Kashmir’s Kulgam...

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Urs of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA) today Mirwaiz pay tributes to renowned Saint

Srinagar: The Urs of the 11th century Sufi saint, Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA) will be celebrated throughout the Kashmir valley on Sunday with religious fervour. The nightlong...

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Settlement of WPR’s not a human problem PDP can’t sideline controversial issues: Yasin

Srinagar: Senior Political leader and MLA Elect, Hakim Muhammad Yasin Saturday said that the issue of settlement of West Pakistan Refugees is not a human problem and in no...

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02 car lifters arrested in Srinagar Stolen cars recovered

Srinagar: During last September deluge an organised group of car lifters took advantage and succeeded in stealing cars from and around north zone of Police Srinagar. In this regard...

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Officers, officials failed to provide technical assistance to farmers: Dir Agri

Srinagar: Taking serious cognizance of negligence in transferring the technical expertise to farmers, Director Agriculture Kashmir Peerzada Mushtaq on Saturday suspended the entire staff of Agriculture Zone Baramula for ‘negligence’ of duty....

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‘Clandestine intrigue’ by IFS lobby: State Forest Officers gear up to launch agitation

Govt must de-categorize state induction posts so that these don’t remain vacant: Iqbal Munshi Srinagar: State Forest Service Officers Association (SFSOA) is gearing up to launch an agitation against...

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‘Taqdeer-e- Kashmir’ inaugurated at SKICC

Identify your competencies, work to harness them: IGP Kashmir to students Srinagar: ‘Taqdeer-e- Kashmir’, an event for benefit of flood victims and for felicitation of the young people who...

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Geelani condemns blast in Pak Shia Masjid ‘These people open enemies of Islam, humanity

 Deserve to be hanged’ Srinagar: While expressing shock, sorrow and grief over the bomb blast in a Shia Masjid of Shikarpur area of Pakistan’s Sindh Province in which nearly...

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Dar-ul-Khair continues relief distribution among flood victims

Srinagar: Continuing with its relief and rehabilitation efforts, Dar-ul-Khair Mirwaiz Manzil Saturday distributed relief material among the flood victims of Batamaloo. In a statement a spokesman of the party...

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Rashid lambastes BJP over political ‘hypocrisy’

Srinagar: Awami Ittihaad Party (AIP) President and MLA Langate Engineer Rashid Saturday termed the latest statement of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) that West Pakistan refugees issue should be dealt...

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Nayeem Khan pays tributes to Wamiq Farooq on his 5th anniversary

Srinagar: National Front Chairman, and Hurriyat Conference (JK) leader, Nayeem Ahmad Khan has paid rich and glowing tributes to Wamiq Farooq on his 5th anniversary. Calling Wamiq, as the...

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The old unravels in Congress, but the new is yet to emerge

The old unravels in Congress, but the new is yet to emerge

Senior leaders, one after another, are showing signs of restiveness “If we are as purposeless and directionless in May 2015 as we are today, people will begin to question...

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Efforts to free Islamic State hostage deadlocked, says Japan

Efforts to free Islamic State hostage deadlocked, says Japan

The fate of Japanese war reporter Kenji Goto has been linked to that of another hostage, Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath Kaseasbeh, whom the extremists also have threatened to kill....

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Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for WC: Akram

Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for WC: Akram

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has expressed concerns over the national cricket team not getting enough matches and time to get acclimatised to the conditions in New Zealand and...

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