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BJP will remove 370 now: Kavinder Gupta

NIN NEWS SERVICE | SRINAGAR, MAY 25: Senior Leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the former deputy chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir Kavinder Gupta said BJP in very clear terms has said that if Article 370 separated Kashmir from India it would be undesirable for us and BJP will remove 370 now.

In an conversation with News Agency Gupta said, “If there were some good things in the Article 370 then we were ready to adopt but there is nothing good in article 370 and 35A, and it’s time to remove both the article from Jammu and Kashmir”.

Gupta said that the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution continues to be part of the party's core ideology and it will work in that direction whenever it garners the required numbers in Parliament.

"As far as the abrogation of Article 370 is concerned, it continues to be part of the core ideology of BJP, but right now we don't have enough numbers in Parliament to do away with it ... but in future when we have the required numbers we will work towards its removal," Kavinder Gupta said in an interview with PTK.

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Historical voting from Jammu West to BJP: Sat Sharma

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu: Celebrations continued in various parts of Jammu West Assembly segment...

Only a healthy child can contribute to healthy future - Sham Sharma

NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU: Emphasizing on the need of provide better opportunities to girls...

Div Com reviews action taken for rehabilitation of mule owners

Jammu, May 25: Divisional Commissioner Jammu Sanjeev Verma today chaired a meeting to review action...

DGP Prisons visits Central Jail Srinagar

SRINAGAR, MAY 25: DGP Police & Prisons J&K Dilbag Singh today visited Central Jail Srinagar...

Kashmir highway closed, Ladakh and Mughal roads open for one-way

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar, May 25: Traffic on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway, the only...

Court reject bail of alleged cheater

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu: Sub-Judge Jammu Pawan Kumar Sharma rejected the bail application of...

Food Supply team inspects shops selling Momo, Chinese food in Jammu, collect samples

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu, May 25: A team of Food Supply on Saturday conducted...

Advisor Skandan interacts with scientists, varsity admin at SKUAST-Jammu

NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU, MAY 25: Advisor to Governor, K Skandan today visited Sher-e-Kashmir...

Advisor Sharma visits Suchetgarh border

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu, May 25: Advisor to Governor K.K Sharma today visited border...

A soldier allegedly commit suicide with his service weapon in Kashmir

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar, May 25: A soldier allegedly committed suicide with his service...

NC will fight in and outside Parliament to defend special status of J&K, Abdullah

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar, May 25: The National Conference (NC) president and newly elected...

Trump telephones to congratulate PM Modi, fixes meet at G-20 summit

Washington, May 25: President Donald Trump on Friday telephoned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to congratulate...

26-6-17, Kashmir in a grim situation

Category: Editorial

 

RAJNI  SHARMA //


The recent militancy attacks in the Kashmir valley are a matter of grave concern for the whole nation .The way, a young police officer was stripped to death, that too in front of a mosque- which are considered a better place of shelter for strangers, is really a shocking news for all the humanity. It shows that govt. have lost control over law and order. The state has been pushed into such a situation, where the guards are themselves not safe.

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Acute Power crisis in Jammu

Category: Editorial

Rajni Sharma |||

The state is facing acute power crisis especially the Jammu region is reeling under acute shortage of power and that too under the present day scorching heat. Every part of the city is facing acute power supply due to government's failure to augment the power grid stations despite the load having increased manifold. As per the PDD authorities, the grid stations are below capacity and are not supplying the required requirement and the government has not made thesegrid stations as per the required demand. The people are crying for the supply of power but authorities are least bothered.  With the advent of summer season every year, the people had to suffer for want of proper power supply but this year the govt. have break all the records  of past. Since last three months the people are suffering due to the recurring power cuts. There is unscheduled power cut in almost all the parts of the city, which have made the life of the people especially the old and infirm, miserable. Protests are erupting against the unscheduled power cut throughout the city. On the other hand government has made it clear that the power scenario cannot be changed overnight and it will take time to provide the round the clock power supply. The recent statement of power minister has surprised the people, he has admitted that power cannot be supplied regularly both at Jammu and Srinagar due to the poor infrastructure. During a press conference he has also admitted the inefficiency of the department and has saind that the department has failed in utilising the 800 Crore Rs/, sanctioned by the union

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97th meeting of JKSLBC held, Drabu asks bank to ease lending methods

Category: State

NIN NEWS SERICE | SRINAGAR:  Minister for Finance, Dr Haseeb A Drabu has asked the banks to bring about a change in their lending methods in order to facilitate the prospective borrowers which would in turn help in the economic activities being undertaken by the entrepreneurs and alike.

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Acute Power crisis in Jammu areas

Category: Editorial

 

RAJNI SHARMA |||

The Jammu and Kashmir is under Governor's rule, as the BJP drew away from the coalition government in the state. Though, the Governor administration is taking keen interest in providing basic needs to the people but so far as the functioning of the government in Jammu division is concerned, the administration  has almost forgot the division. The whole Jammu region especially the Jammu city is reeling under acute shortage of power and that too under the present day humid and scorching heat. There is not an area in the city which is being provided proper power supply. The people are crying for the supply of power but authorities are least bothered. Though every timeduring summer season, the people had to suffer for want of proper power supply but this year the govt. have break all the records  of past. Since last three months the people are suffering due to the inefficiency of PDD. There is unscheduled power cut in almost all the parts of the city, which have made the life of the people especially the old and infirm miserable. Protests are erupting against the unscheduled power cut throughout the city.

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Editorial

  • Upswing in the militancy

          RAJNI SHARMA | Though a decrease in militant activities have been witnessed in the valley, still the joining of uoth in the militancy has been reported, which is a matter of great concern. As per a report during the last year as many as more than...

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State

Historical voting from Jammu West to BJP: Sat Sharma

 

 

 

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu: Celebrations continued in various parts of Jammu West Assembly segment  even after two days of declaration of Lok Sabha 2019 results. Various programmes were organized in different wards of Jammu West where a large number of people participated including inhabitants and political activists who chanted slogans in support of their favourite leader Prime Minister Narendra Modi and in many programmes Bhandaras were organized and distribution of Halwa and sweets was done amongst all.

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Only a healthy child can contribute to healthy future - Sham Sharma

 

 

 

NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU: Emphasizing on the need of provide better opportunities to girls to get quality education, Former Minister and BJP leader Sham Lal Sharma today said that true women empowerment can really be achieved when girl child is given her due importance and care as girls of today will be the women of tomorrow.

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Div Com reviews action taken for rehabilitation of mule owners

Jammu, May 25: Divisional Commissioner Jammu Sanjeev Verma today chaired a meeting to review action taken towards rehabilitation of mule owners plying on Shri Mata Vaishno Devi track.

The Government has decided to rehabilitate these ponywalas as National Green Tribunal issued certain guidelines for preservation of ecology around the shrine.

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DGP Prisons visits Central Jail Srinagar

SRINAGAR, MAY 25: DGP Police & Prisons J&K Dilbag Singh today visited Central Jail Srinagar and held security review meeting with Superintendent Central Jail, jail officers, Zonal SP, Dy.SP and CRPF officers on security duties.

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Kashmir highway closed, Ladakh and Mughal roads open for one-way

 

 

 

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar, May 25: Traffic on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway, the only all weather road linking Kashmir valley with the rest of the country, was suspended on Saturday due to landslides, a traffic police official said.

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Court reject bail of alleged cheater

 

 

 

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu: Sub-Judge Jammu Pawan Kumar Sharma rejected the bail application of Ashok Kumar Sharma alleged cheater booked by the Crime Branch.

According to the report filed by the Crime Branch that

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Food Supply team inspects shops selling Momo, Chinese food in Jammu, collect samples

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu, May 25: A team of Food Supply on Saturday conducted surprise inspection of shops selling momos and Chinese food in Gorkha Nagar of Bahu Fort area here.

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Advisor Skandan interacts with scientists, varsity admin at SKUAST-Jammu

NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU, MAY 25: Advisor to Governor, K Skandan today visited Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) Jammu and inaugurated a three storey 110 bedded new Block of 'Urja' Girls Hostel.

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Advisor Sharma visits Suchetgarh border

 

 

 

NIN NEWS SERVICE | Jammu, May 25: Advisor to Governor K.K Sharma today visited border and discussed development of border tourism at Suchetgarh on the pattern of Wagah Border.

He chaired a meeting of officers of Border Security Force (BSF) and senior officers of the line   departments and sought details of the tourism and other development works being carried out for the benefit of the people living along IB.

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