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Border residents block national highway demanding water

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Kathua: Residents of various frontier villages of the district on Friday blocked the Jammu-Pathankot National Highway in a protest, demanding the administration to restore potable water supply to their areas.

Scores of irated men and women of various border villages marched on the Jammu-Pathankot National Highway and blocked the vehicular traffic for more than one hour near Palli Morh as they demanded the administration to restore the potable water supply to their villages.

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RC establishes helpline for Nepal earthquake hit people of J&K

NIN NEWS SERVICE | NEW DELHI: According to Principal Resident Commissioner, J&K Government, all the residents of Jammu and Kashmir whose relatives have been affected by the devastating earthquake in Nepal may contact the helpline Numbers 011-24611210, 011-24611108, 011-24615475 & 011-24653913 available in the Principal Resident Commissioner, J&K, 5-Prithvi Raj Road, New Delhi.

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Nayeem condoles Mudassir Jabbar’s death

NIN NEWS SERVICE | SRINAGAR: The Minister for Education, Syed Nayeem Akhtar Andrabi condole the death of Mudassir Jabbar S/o Baby Yasmeen, who is teaching at Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Sopore. Mudassir died in a road accident on April 22, 2015 at Iqbal Market, Sopore.

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Anjum Fazili visits city areas

NIN NEWS SERVICE | SRINAGAR: Member Legislative Assembly, Ms. Anjum Fazili today made an extensive tour of Srinagar city. The MLA visited various areas of Raj Bagh, and met with several deputationists who put forth various issues pertaining to the day to day affairs including supply of essential commodities, drinking water, electricity, repairs and renovation of roads, lanes and drains.

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"NSUI hails the decision of Governor for returning the ordinance of new recruitment Policy”

NIN NEWS SERVICE| Jammu: Continuing the agitation against the new recruitment policy by terming the new recruitment policy as “Anti-Youth”, the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) Jammu & Kashmir today started signature campaign against the new recruitment policy. The NSUI activists under the leadership of Neeraj Kundan State president NSUI J&K aggressively conducted the campaign in Jammu University campus, the students participated in the campaign with enthusiasm and totally opposed the policy made by J&K govt. 

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  • 2nd phase of polling

          RAJNI SHARMA                                                                                               Second phase of Parliamentary elections in the state of Jammu and Kashmir ended. All the sections of the society have expressed satisfaction over the culmination of peaceful second phase of polling in the state. In the second phase of...

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