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Congress MLA question Bonhomie between Indo-Pak NSA,s at Bangkok
1/20/2018 4:33:03 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: The Congress Legislative Party Leader Nawan Rigzin Jhora today question the bonhomie between the National Security Advisor Ajeet Doval with his Pakistan counter party in Thailand, s capital Bangkok at the time when people on borders in Jammu and Kashmir are regularly becoming the cannon fodder of guns. Jhora while reacting to the BJP Minster statement that Pakistan is being given a befitting reply and Indian security forces are capable to strike inside the Pakistan, said that at the time people are dying on border, the BJP Government at centre are exchanging parlays through back channel dialogues, contrary to the party (BJP) stand who are talking about
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NC legislator question appointment of non state subject as advisor in Transport Department
1/20/2018 4:06:49 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: Senior National Conference leader and MLA Mohammad Akbar Lone today question the decision of the government to appoint a non state subject as advisor in the transport department. While speaking on Transport grants in Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Lone said that in violation of rules and regulations, the government appointed a non state subject in the transport department and read out the note of his appointment as well as the order of his appointment. He termed the appointment of non state subject a serious issue and said that had the government finds no officer within Jammu and Kashmir to appoint him against the said post. He said that this
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Govt taking tangible steps to meet staff dearth in schools: Altaf Bukhari
1/20/2018 3:51:21 PM
Jammu Jan 20: Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Ahmad Bukhari informed the House that government is abreast with problem of staff strength dearth in the government schools and to overcome the problem 2150 teacher vacancies have been referred to the recruiting agencies for filling up these on fast track basis. Replying to a specific question of Mohammad Shafi, the Education Minister said that of 22 High Schools in Uri constituency only High School Bimyar and High School Nowshera are presently without Headmasters. He said that 32 posts of masters are presently vacant in various schools of Uri constituency. However, he said the services of senior-most Masters have been pr
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Veeri bated for reconciliation process between India, Pakistan
1/20/2018 3:42:46 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20 : Senior PDP leader and Minister for Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Rehman Veeri today bated for reconciliation process through talks with Pakistan for peace to prevail on borders. Veeri while replying to opposition onslought against the government failure to protect the loss of lives and properties was giving a statement on behalf of the government in the house on the cross-firing on LoC since last three days. Veeri said that his party’s stand has been to start a process of reconciliation just like former prime minister A B Vajpayee had started.
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Govt issues statement on border firing in JK Assembly
1/20/2018 1:33:10 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: The Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Rehman Veeri today issued a detail statement in JK Assembly on continuous firing on borders in state of Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan. As per the Minister statement, there has been a spurt in firing from across the border on the IB/ LOC during the past few days in the districts of Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Rajouri and Poonch. In District Jammu he said that on January 17, 2018 at around 2230 hours, the Pakistani Rangers started indiscriminate firing in R.S. Pura Sector, which was retaliated by BSF 78 Bn. During firing, one BSF personnel namely, HC Sureh Kumar of Tamil Nadu died on spot and one con
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1 soldier, 1 civilian killed in 3 ceasefire violations by Pakistan
1/20/2018 1:25:38 PM
Agencies Srinagar: An Indian Army soldier on Saturday died in a ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops along the Line of Control (LoC) in Krishna Ghati sector of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan Rangers initiated the unprovoked and indiscriminate firing of small arms and automatics from 8.20 am. The soldier has been identified as Mandeep Singh. 23-year-old Singh hailed from Alampur Village in Punjab's Sangroor district. He is survived by his father Gurnaam Singh. In two other incidents of ceasefire violations today, a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan and a civilian were injured in RS Pura and Akhnoor sectors of J&K. On Friday, a BSF jawan and an Indian Army soldier died in a cease
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Pandemonium in JK Assembly over rape and murder of 8 year old girl in Kathua
Govt to suspend senior police officials for negligence
1/20/2018 12:54:21 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly today witness a Pandemonium for around 45 minutes over rape and murder of 8 year old girl in Kathua whose dead body was found from bushes in Hiranagar Kathua couple of days ago. Raising the issue in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Congress Legislator Usman Majeed allege cover up added that it is not possible for a 15 year old arrested by the police to kidnap a girl and dumped at a place which is 3 KM away and did such brutalities on the deceased minor. He said that police and government are making an attempt to cover up the case and demanded justice for the deceased girl. He said that since last three days they are raisin
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Gul, Vikar assail on transport Minister over poor state of SRTC busses
1/20/2018 12:18:01 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: Senior National Conference leader Mubarak Gul and Congress Legislator today assail on transport Minister over poor state of Affairs in transport department as well as the poor condition of the SRTC busses in the state. Speaking during a discussion on grants on transport department, NC Legislator Mubarak Gul rued the poor condition of the SRTC vehicles plying on various routes of the state and outside state and ask the transport Minister to look into the fitness of these vehicles. He said that it is matter of state of sorry affairs that a private transporters purchase a vehicle and after a year, the same transporters purchase another vehicle from the Prof
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Pakistan violates ceasefire near Akhnoor, firing underway
1/20/2018 11:55:09 AM
Agencies Pakistani Rangers continued resorting to unprovoked mortar shelling and small arms fire along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir for the third day on Saturday. Giving details, sources said that they were firing on forward Indian positions and civilian areas from R S Pura to Kanachak and Pargwal sectors. The BSF personnel were retaliating strongly and effectively. Meanwhile, the state government has ordered closure of schools falling within five kilometres distance from both the international border and Line of Control in Jammu region as a precautionary measure. People at a number of villages falling on the zero line along international border in R S Pura, Arnia and
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Govt providing Rs. 1.50 lac to each surrender militants
1/20/2018 11:37:59 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20 : The Government of Jammu and Kashmir in a written reply to AQ.No 320 of NC legislator Shamin Firdous stated that as a part of government,s surrender policy, each surrender militant is entitled to Rs. 1.50 lacs financial assistance in the form of FDR to be encashed after three years beside the government also provide him incentives @Rs.2000/month till the period of three years, beside also made a payment of monetary incentives for surrender weapons. In response to the question on issuing the passports to ex and surrender militants, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in her written reply stated that the passport case of an application who has been local train
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30 people died, 253 injured in man-wild animal conflict in J&K in 2 years
1/20/2018 11:30:02 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: The government of Jammu and Kashmir today said that 30 people were killed while as many as 253 were injured in growing man-wild animal conflict in state in last two years. In reply to AQ.No 242 of NC legislator Mubarak Gul, the Minister in charge Forest stated that Control Rooms had been established at strategic points which work round the clock to prevent the conflict and to take preventive measures in this regard. The government stated that the control rooms are equipped with tranquilizing guns, medicines, capture nets beside cages were also installed at vulnerable points to capture wild animals that poses threat to life and property. The governmen
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NC, Congress create rucks inside JK Assembly over border firing
1/20/2018 11:02:33 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu Jan 20: The opposition National Conference and Congress today created a rucks inside JK Assembly over civilian killings and security forces killings in a border firing along the International Border and LoC in Jammu region accusing the PDP-BJP government of failure in saving the lives and the properties of the people living on border areas. As soon as house resume it's business, NC and Congress legislators stood on their feet demanding statement from the government over the situation. The BJP members had heated arguments with opposition members and raise anti Pakistan slogans inside the house. Later entire opposition stage walk out from the assembly. "You
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