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Zulfkar reviews flood situation at Rajouri





RAJOURI, APR. 03: Describing people participation as an essential component of progress, the Minister for CAPD and Tribal Affairs Ch Zulfkar Ali has today said that present dispensation would definitely leave an indelible mark on the democratic profile with a determination to provide responsible and good governance in the state with the active cooperation of the people.

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State Hockey Team flagged off for Senior Nationals





Jammu, APR. 02: Minister of State for Public works, R&B and Revenue, Sunil Kumar Sharma, today flagged off the Men's State senior Hockey team here from K K Hakau Astro Turf Hockey stadium for participation in 5th Men's Hockey India Senior National championship being held in Pune this month.

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Commencement of Holy Navratras





KATRA, mar. 20: Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board has made elaborate arrangements for the larger number of pilgrims who are likely to visit the Holy Cave Shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi Ji during Navratras, which are commencing from tomorrow. These arrangements include ensuring proper water and power supply along the Track leading to the Shrine, sanitation and availability of special fast related food at the Bhojanalayas of the Shrine Board.

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PDP-BJP announces coordination committee




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Jammu, mar. 27: Coalition partners PDP and BJP have formed the Coordination Committee to ensure that the agenda for the alliance is implemented within the defined timeframe and all the policy issues adhered to in letter and spirit. The eight member Coordination Committee comprises of four members from each party.

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CM asks Cabinet Sub-Committee to visit Valley for assessment, fast-tracking relief to flood victims




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JAMMU, mar. 07: In order to fast-track assessment of immediate and long-term needs of the people affected by the September floods, the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today asked the newly-constituted Cabinet Sub-Committee (CSC) to visit Kashmir Valley for making a collective assessment to fast-track relief measures.

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