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SOLDIER MARTYRED IN CEASEFIRE VIOLATION BY PAKISTAN

 

 

 

Jammu: 18 Mar 2019: Pakistan  Army resorted to unprovoked Ceasefire Violation in Sunderbani sector on the Line of Control on 18 March 2019. In the incident, Rifleman Karamjeet Singh was

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Former Vice-Chancellor SKUAST-J meets Governor

Jammu, March 18: Dr. Pradeep Kumar Sharma, former Vice-Chancellor of the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural...

ARMY ORGANISES PAINTING COMPETITION

Jammu: 18 Mar 2019: Army undertook a initiative of organising a “painting competition” at Mughal...

Prominent political, social persons from Bhaderwah join BJP

JAMMU, MAR 18: Hundreds of prominent social and political persons from Bhaderwah and surrounding areas...

Signage showroom inaugurated by Prof. Youdhvir

Jammu, March 18: Prof. (Dr.) Yudhvir Singh, Corporator, Ward No. 73, Jammu inaugurated a signage...

J&K is not the jagir of Abdullah Dynasty: Brig Gupta

JAMMU, MAR 18: “Do the Abdullahs consider J&K as the jagir (estate) of their dynasty?...

Renzushah delivered address to unprecedented massive gathering of Ashiqaan-e-Rasool SAW at Lalpora Pulwama, emphasised for...

Pulwama 18th March: While addressing huge unprecedented gathering of thousands of Aishiqaan-e- Rasool Akram SAW,...

Bhim appeals for strengthening secular forces in Lok Sabha Polls

JAMMU, MAR 16: Prof. Bhim Singh Chief Patron of JKNPP appealed senior party leaders to...

BJP OBCs Morcha gears up for Parliament election 2019

Jammu, March 16: Gearing up for upcoming Parliament elections, Bharatiya Janata Party’s Other Backward Classes...

Inculcate sports spirit among children: Slathia

Vijaypur, March 16: National Conference leader and former minister Mr Surjeet Singh Slathia on Saturday...

NORTHERN ARMY COMMANDER VISITS FORWARD POSTS IN WESTERN LADAKH

Srinagar, Mar 16: Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding - in - Chief, Northern...

Brainstorming Session on Maternal and Child Health held at SMVDU

Jammu 16 March 2019: One-day brain storming meeting sponsored by the Dept. of Science Technology...

Governor lays foundation of new Durga Bhawan

JAMMU, MARCH 16: To add additional facilities for meeting the accommodation needs of the pilgrims...

Schools remain closed in Jammu and Kashmir's Nowshera along LoC

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NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu August 30

A day after ceasefire violations by Pakistan, all the schools in Nowshera sector along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir remain closed for the second consecutive day today, officials said. The district administration decided to close all the 67 schools, along LoC in Nowshera sector--the worst affected in the cross-border shelling, as a precautionary measure for the safety of the students. "Schools along LoC in Nowshera will remain closed for next three days in view of fresh ceasefire violation yesterday," District Development Commissioner, Rajouri, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said

'Agenda of Alliance' takes care of political, economic challenges confronting JK: CM

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NIN NEWS SERVICE

SRINAGAR, MAY 31: Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today said the 'Agenda of Alliance' outlines a comprehensive roadmap for PDP-BJP coalition government and it will be implemented in letter and spirit to address the challenges confronting Jammu and Kashmir.

"I am confident that if we succeed in implementing the 'Agenda of Alliance', it will take care of most of the problems facing J&K, faced as it is with decades long political uncertainty, economic deprivation, development deficit, unfulfilled aspirations and mounting unemployment," the Chief said while winding up the discussion on Motion of Thanks on Governor's address in the Legislative Council today.

Ms Mehbooba said PDP has entered into an alliance with the BJP to seek in accordance with the 'Agenda of Alliance' national reconciliation on the political and economic challenges confronting Jammu and Kashmir. She said the purpose of this alliance is to catalyze reconciliation and confidence building within the State and across the Line of Control (LoC) to create an enabling environment for sustainable peace, all round economic development and prosperity of J&K.

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Mehbooba advocates opening of historic routes, making JK a model in SAARC cooperation

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 NIN NEWS SERVICE

PANAJI (GOA), DECEMBER 16:

Strongly advocating opening of historic routes in Jammu & Kashmir, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has pleaded  for opening up the State to the outside world and its opportunities.

Addressing the India Ideas Conclave-2017 here last night, the Chief Minister said the geographical positioning of the State makes it gateway to the Central Asia and that position ought to be used for opening up its people to the outside world. “By re opening the traditional and historic routes in the State, we shall be writing a new history”, she added.Minister for Finance, Dr. Haseeb Drabu was also present on the occasion. 

Mehbooba Mufti suggested making Jammu & Kashmir a model State with connectivity all across so that it becomes a model for SAARC cooperation in the region. “Let’s make it a model for cooperation at bigger scale in the region”, she said.

 

On the problems being faced by the people of the State, the Chief Minister said it is the duty of every citizen of the country to come forward and help Jammu & Kashmir in coming out of these uncertainties. “People of the State ought to be given a sense of belonging because the idea of India is incomplete without idea of Jammu & Kashmir. Reconciliation is the way ahead”, she added.

 

The Chief Minister exuded confidence in the deep roots of values and ethos which the people of the State have displayed at critical times. “See how many young boys rushed to donate blood when Amarnath yatries were attacked or who can forget that boatman who drowned himself to save a tourist. Kashmiriyat is deep rooted to be affected by any outside influence”, she added.

 

On the measures taken by her Government, the Chief Minister said the amnesty for youth recently announced by her is aimed at giving them a chance to a peaceful life hereafter. She hoped with the appointment of an Interlocutor the way forward for reconciliation has been laid out.

 

On forming Government in the State, Mehbooba Mufti said though both PDP and BJP have ideological differences on many issues, the idea of alliance was aimed to get Jammu & Kashmir out of the present situation of uncertainty, end the inter regional discord in the State and, above all, connect the people of the State with their counterparts in rest of the country. “The idea to go with BJP was to get Jammu & Kashmir out of this siege”, she added.

 

There is a need, the Chief Minister asserted, to go back to the era of Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee through whose initiatives cross LoC routes were opened, ceasefire on LoC was ensure for a decade or so and peace prevailed as a consequence in the State and between the two countries.

 

On the return of migrant Pandit families, the Chief Minister said not only the Government but the entire society in Kashmir wants them back, honourably. She said in this regard Government has been taking many steps for their return back home. “We are also trying to rehabilitate those Pandit families, in terms of employment and other incentives, who stayed back home and did not migrate”, she said.

 

Mehbooba Mufti appealed media to play its crucial role in bringing people and communities closer to each other. She regretted the conduct of some media houses which by their irresponsible coverage of incidents end up creating more discord and acrimony among people and communities.

 

The conclave was attended by Vice President, M. Venkiah Naidu; several Union Ministers; former Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Chandrika Kumaratunga;  Minister from UAE, Zaki Anwar Misbah; Chief Minister of Goa, Manohar Parrikar besides a galaxy of politicians, industrialists, mediapersons and social activists from all across the globe.

6 CRPF men injured in militant ambush in Srinagar

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Srinagar, Apr 3 (UNI) Six Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were injured when militants ambushed their vehicles at Pantha Chowk in the city outskirts this afternoon. ''Yes, six of our men were injured in the firing by militants,'' a CRPF spokesman told UNI.

He said CRPF personnel were travelling in a private bus when militants opened indiscriminate firing with automatic weapons resulting in injuries to six personnel.

He said the injured have been hospitalised.

The area was immediately cordoned off by the Road Opening Party (ROP) already deployed there and additional security forces rushed from nearby stations.

A woman was also reportedly injured in the firing, official source said, adding that CRPF personnel were travelling from Jammu to Srinagar for bypoll duty in Srinagar and Anantnag parliamentary constituencies, where polling will be held on April 9 and 12 respectively. 

This was the second militant attack on security forces since last evening when a grenade attack left one policeman dead and 11 others, including three CRPF men, injured in Nowhatta area of the downtown.

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Editorial

  • Poor condition of roads

          RAJNI SHARMA  The recent rains have caused great damage to the roads in the state, particularly in the Jammu division, where almost all the roads are in bad condition and present a dilapidated look. The position is that all the roads in the city...

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State

Former Vice-Chancellor SKUAST-J meets Governor

 

 

 

Jammu, March 18: Dr. Pradeep Kumar Sharma, former Vice-Chancellor of the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, met Governor Satya Pal Malik at the

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ARMY ORGANISES PAINTING COMPETITION

Jammu: 18 Mar 2019:             Army undertook a initiative of organising a “painting competition” at Mughal Maidan, Kishtwar District. A total of 30 students exhibited their talent. The painting reflected the spirit of patriotism and love for country in the young minds. The creativity of children was commendable

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Prominent political, social persons from Bhaderwah join BJP

 

 

 

JAMMU, MAR 18: Hundreds of prominent social and political persons from Bhaderwah and surrounding areas under the leadership of former MLA, Bhaderwah Dalip Singh Parihar today joined BJP in the presence of BJP State President Ravinder Raina, Union MoS in PMO Dr. Jitendra Singh, State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul and other senior leaders at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar. Ravinder Raina,

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Signage showroom inaugurated by Prof. Youdhvir

 

 

 

 

Jammu, March 18: Prof. (Dr.) Yudhvir Singh, Corporator, Ward No. 73, Jammu inaugurated a signage showroom M/s JL Advertisers at Upper Gadigarh Jammu. A variety of products including LeD Moving Display, LeD Video Boards, Plotter, Led Module, Power Supply, Translite, Digital Printing, Sunboard cutouts etc. are available in the showroom. Around 150 people including the prominent citizens and elected representatives were present during the inauguration ceremony. Mr. Parvinder Singh owner of the showroom briefed the chief guest about the variety of material available here for promotion and advertisement of business institutes and individuals.  Prof. Yudhvir appreciated the new concept of advertising in Jammu and appealed the youth to explore innovative ideas for employment generation for self and others. Others prominent present during the occasion include Mr. Jaspal Singh M/s God Signage Ludhiana, Dr. Lakhbir Singh, Capt. Mohan Singh, S. Surjeet Singh, S. Sahdev Singh, S. Gurmeet Singh, S. Kamaljeet Singh, S. Gurdeep Singh and others.  

 

 

 

 

J&K is not the jagir of Abdullah Dynasty: Brig Gupta

JAMMU, MAR 18: “Do the Abdullahs consider J&K as the jagir (estate) of their dynasty? While the Baap is day dreaming and already announced him as its representative in the Parliament, he has

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Renzushah delivered address to unprecedented massive gathering of Ashiqaan-e-Rasool SAW at Lalpora Pulwama, emphasised for unity & love.

 

 

 

Pulwama 18th March:  While addressing huge unprecedented gathering of thousands of Aishiqaan-e- Rasool Akram SAW, the chairman Kashmir society international Khawaja Farooq Renzushah, emphasised for unity, love and mutual brotherhood. He lambasted National media for painting Kashmir Black throughout world and ignoring to high light the real Kashmir which believes in love, peace and tranquility taught by Great

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Bhim appeals for strengthening secular forces in Lok Sabha Polls

 

 

 

JAMMU, MAR 16:  Prof. Bhim Singh Chief Patron of JKNPP appealed senior party leaders to educate the people of Jammu & Kashmir including Ladakh about necessity of strengthening, only Jammu based, secular political organization, Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) for

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BJP OBCs Morcha gears up for Parliament election 2019

 

 

 

Jammu,  March  16: Gearing up for upcoming Parliament elections, Bharatiya Janata Party’s Other Backward Classes (OBCs) Morcha held meet at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar. OBCs Morcha’s State President Rashpaul Verma chaired the meeting in presence of BJP State Incharge All Morchas Munish Sharma. Munish Sharma, while addressing the meeting, asked the OBCs Morcha leaders to gear for the upcoming

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Inculcate sports spirit among children: Slathia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vijaypur,  March  16: National Conference leader and former minister Mr Surjeet Singh Slathia on Saturday exhorted teachers and parents to guide children about sport they should participate at an early age, keeping in view their interest and aptitude.“The idea should be to inculcate spirit of sportsmanship among children

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