Friday, 19 Dec 2014
Div Com reviews flood rehabilitation process in Valley
Div Com reviews flood rehabilitation process in Valley

Asks divisional adm to speed up removal of encroachments

SRINAGAR, DECEMBER 18: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Rohit Kansal reviewed the post flood rehabilitation work in Kashmir Division at a high level meeting in Winter Secretariat Srinagar here today. The meeting was attended by Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Commissioner Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Vice Chairman LAWDA, Director CA&PD Kashmir, Director Health Services Kashmir, Chief Engineers of PHE, PWD, Joint Director Information Kashmir and other Divisional level officers.
BJP is bunch of anti-Muslims who want to change J&K’s demography: NC

Srinagar, Dec 17: Ruling out any post-poll alliance with BJP, National Conference Wednesday said the Safrron brigade is a "bunch of anti-Muslims" bent on changing the demography of Jammu and Kashmir. The only aim of BJP, NC said is to extend its arm into Kashmir and have a say in abrogating Article 370 as well as fiddling with the State Subject laws here.
Waqar wants Pakistan to win New Zealand series
Waqar wants Pakistan to win New Zealand series

ABU DHABI: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis feels a win in the fifth and final one-dayer against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi on Friday will give his team a boost for next year's World Cup. New Zealand levelled the five-match series 2-2 with a narrow seven-run win in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, setting up an intriguing finale to the tour after the preceding three-match Test and two-Twenty20 series were shared 1-1.
‘Special Education a Mandate for Teacher’ released
‘Special Education a Mandate for Teacher’ released

UDHAMPUR, DECEMBER 18- A book “Special Education a Mandate for Teachers” authored by Vandana Mahajan Kohli based on exceptional children was released here today in the premises of Govt. Higher Secondary School,(Boys) Udhampur. District Development Commissioner Ms. Yasha Mudgal, who was the chief guest, released the book in presence of Joint Director Planning, Rakesh Jamwal.
Chairman J&K Bank inaugurates Currency Chest in Ganderbal
Chairman J&K Bank inaugurates Currency Chest in Ganderbal

Srinagar, Dec 18: Streamlining its cash management system in the valley further for complete customer convenience, J&K Bank today inaugurated a Currency Chest Complex in Ganderbal district amid reasonable gathering of people comprising of valuable clients, traders, senior citizens and local residents. The bank’s Chairman and CEO Mushtaq Ahmad inaugurated the complex in presence of Executive President Parvez Ahmad, President M Syed Wani, Zonal Head Kashmir (Central), Abdul Rashid Shigan and Cluster Head Ganderbal Shafat Ahmad Kitab.
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