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2 boys cross LoC inadvertently taken in custody by army
MUZAFFARABAD, May 25 (Agencies): Two young boys from the Neelum valley have been taken into custody by the Indian army after they inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC), their parents told local police on Wednesday. Wasalat, 13, and Mohammad Iftikhar, 14, students of 8th class in a private school in Barian village, crossed the Line of Control from Simari Terban village on the left bank of the Neelum River on Tuesday afternoon. Many villagers saw the boys crossing the unmarked dividing line following which they were detained by the Indian army and shifted to some place in an army vehicle, their parents said. They appealed to the governments of Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir and the army leadership to take up the issue with Indian authorities to secure return of their child...
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IGP Kashmir seeks cooperation in fight against unlawful activities
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SRINAGAR, May 23: In its endeavor to reach out to the general public and to review the working of Police, the Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone, Munir Ahmad Khan visited North Kashmir’s today. During his visit, IGP chaired Darbar of Jawans in DPL Sopore and Police Community Partnership Group meeting at Tarzoo in the morning and in the afternoon he chaired darbar of jawans and public meeting at DPL Baramulla. IGP While chairing these darbars heard the police personnel patiently and assured them that their genuine grievances would be looked into on priority. He impressed upon the jawans and officers about the importance of common people and role of J&K Police in ensuring their safety and security. He directed the officers to hold orderly rooms regularly at various levels for t...
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Work on Srinagar-Shopian-Qazigund, Kargil-Zanaskar highway projects to start soon: Naeem
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SRINAGAR, May 23: Minister of Public Works Naeem Akhtar today said that work on two new highways in the State would begin soon and it will not only enhance the connectivity but increase expertise and competence of Roads and Buildings Department. The Minister was speaking at a meeting to review the status of work on two new mega road connectivity projects Srinagar-Shopian-Qazigund and Kargil-Zanaskar highways to be constructed at a cumulative cost of Rs 6000 crore. The Minister said that Rs 1800 crore Srinagar-Qazigund highway also known as Highway-444 and Rs 4200 crore Kargil-Zanaskar highway also known as Highway-301 will benefit lakhs of people in connecting districts in particular and entire state in general. The Minister said that the centre has entrusted the R&B department to under...
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Veeri inspects status of custodian properties
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SRINAGAR, May 23: Minister for Revenue, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, Abdul Rehman Veeri today visited different areas of Srinagar to know the real time status of custodian properties. The Minister was accompanied by Commissioner Secretary Revenue Muhammad Ashraf Mir, Custodian General J&K Aijaz Ahmed Bhat, District Development Commissioner Srinagar Farooq Ahmed Lone and others officers of the Revenue and Custodian department. The Minister paid a visit to the stadium at Brein Nishat which was dedicated by CM Mehbooba Mufti to the local youth for various sports activities. Addressing the concluding ceremony of a match being played under aegis of State Sports Council, the Minister said that Sports play an important role in the development of youth. He said that gone are the ...
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Tranquil, conducive atmosphere imperative for academic excellence: Altaf Bukhari
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SRINAGAR, May 23: Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, on Tuesday underlined the significance of a conducive and tranquil atmosphere for imparting quality education in Schools. Bukhari was addressing a review meeting convened to take stock of school education sector of Shopian and Pulwama districts. Referring to the recent incidents of student protests, Bukhari appealed people to come forward to make schools and colleges as learning centers for not just students and teachers but also for the whole community. He said disturbances in and around academic institutions is detrimental for the future prospectus of children of Kashmir. He appealed parents to understand their responsibilities in order to safeguard career of their wards. “Our society in general should focus on h...
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Dy CM for synergises efforts for effective implementation of welfare schemes
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BARAMULLA, May 23: Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today called for a synergized approach from the officers and people at grass root levels to ensure successful implementation of various welfare initiatives undertaken by the Government in Power Development Department (PDD) and Housing and Urban Development sector so that quality services are being provided to the people. The Deputy Chief Minister said this while reviewing the functioning of PDD and Housing & Urban Local bodies, today at Dak Bungalow Baramulla. The Deputy Chief Minister directed the officers to take proactive measures for streamlining supply and containing power theft, to avoid losses to the department. He said the officers should also ensure that the revenue realization is in tune with the power usage. Apprised b...
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Malik to hold charge of Adm Secy Information Deptt
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SRINAGAR, May 23: Mohammad Hussain Malik, KAS, Secretary to the Chief Minister has been given the charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Department. “In the interest of administration, Mohammad Hussain Malik, Secretary to the Chief Minister, holding the additional charge of the Administrative Secretary, Horticulture Department, shall also hold the charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Department,” said an order issued by the General Administration Department (GAD) here today. Pertinently, the charge of the Administrative Secretary Information Department was with the Chief Secretary, B B Vyas....
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90 militants active across northern parts of Kashmir, will be tackled: IGP
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SRINAGAR, May 23: Kashmir police chief Munir A Khan has disclosed that only 90 militants are active in northern parts of Kashmir and they will be tackled. He said the parents will have to come forward in managing the intermittent student tensions that spills over to the street. Khan is touring northern parts of Kashmir. He has had a meeting with police and people in Sopore and is now in a similar meeting in Baramulla, reports reaching from Baramulla said. In Sopore, Khan told a group of residents, invited for the interaction, that police alone many not be able to manage the situation, especially the intermittent students protests. He asked the people that parenting must play its role. “We cannot afford the young generation losing on education.” Khan was quoted saying. “Parents must coun...
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Opp rebukes Rajnath's “one year solution” statement
‘When there is no beginning, how can there be any solution in a year’
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SRINAGAR, May 22: Opposition political parties have chided the Home Minister Rajnath Sing’s statement of resolving Kashmir in a year, saying that BJP has no policy on Kashmir and giving deadlines for resolution of the issue is “nothing more than attention diverting tactics from the real issue”. Congress party state president G A Mir told that during 2014 parliament elections, BJP would say ‘give us mandate, we will resolve Kashmir issue within one day’. “Now, they are in government from the last three years and how they have resolved Kashmir issue is before us all. The worsening situation in the state is an open book before the world,” “BJP has no policy on Kashmir. Kashmir has never been BJP’s priority. The party uses Kashmir as vote bank at the national level. The political initiativ...
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