Tuesday, December 18, 2018
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Registrar Cooperatives gets powers to cancel registration of double-dealing societies
JAMMU, DECEMBER 17: The State Administrative Council (SAC) headed by Governor, Satya Pal Malik approved the Jammu and Kashmir Self-Reliant Cooperative Bill, 2018. The Bill seeks to regulate the activities of the Self-Reliant Cooperatives and protect the interests of the members/depositors. Also, it has been noticed that some societies indulge in banking activities without the permission of regulatory authority and have duped the depositors/members of their hard-earned money worth crores. ....
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JRL’s Badami Bagh march foiled, Geelani placed under house arrest, Mirwaiz, Malik detained
Valley shuts, restrictions imposed in Srinagar areas, roads leading to Badami Bagh sealed
Srinagar, Dec 17 (Agencies): Authorities on Monday foiled the protest march called by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik by imposing restrictions in Srinagar areas and sealing all the roads leading towards Badami Bagh Army cantonment. However, a complete shutdown was observed for the third consecutive day across the Valley against the seven civilian killings in Pulwama on Saturday. JRL had called for a three-day shutdown....
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Kashmir shuts for third straight day against Pulwama civilian killings
SRINAGAR 17 DECEMBER A complete shutdown is being observed in Kashmir valley today for third straight day against the killings of seven civilians in southern Pulwama district on the weekend. All shops and other commercial establishments are closed in Srinagar – summer capital of the Himalayan state, and elsewhere in the valley while public transport is off the roads. Educational institutions are closed while the exams scheduled at the Kashmir University and other universities on Monday have ....
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Gurdwara gutted in fire due to short circuit at Anantnag
SRINAGAR 16 December(Agencies) A gurdwara in Anantnag district was gutted in fire that broke out apparently due to an electrical short circuit on Sunday, police said. The incident occurred at the Chattisinghpora Gurdwara in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district this morning, a police official said. He said fire tenders were rushed to the spot but the fire completely damaged the one-storey premises. No one was injured in the incident, he said. The official said the cause of the fire is....
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Restrictions in Srinagar parts on Dec 17
Srinagar,Dec 16 (Agencies) Authorities in Srinagar have ordered imposition of restrictions under Section 144 of CrPC within the territorial jurisdictions of Khanyar, Rainawari, Nowhatta, Safakadal, MR Gunj and Ram Munshi Bagh police stations of the district tomorrow (on December 17). There will also be partial restrictions within the territorial jurisdictions of Maisuma and Kralkhud police stations of the district.....
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KP migrants stage protest demonstration
Deprived weaker section for Ration from 3 months
Nagrota 16 December(Ashok Raina) Large number of Kashmiri pandit migrants on Sunday held a protest demonstration at nagrota against the relief authorities for non-supplements of ration from last more than three months are facing the days of starvation. Raising slogans in support of their demands, the migrants demanded earlier supplement of ration to end the crisis sharply. The ground report confirmed that, the food grains earlier supplied by the ration depots are not available at present to meet the consumption needs of the poor families living in miserable conditions at migrant camp nagrota . Registered their protest against the unsatisfactory redressal Complaint redressal System within the relief authorities they said that the mechani....
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Army asks people not to march towards Badami Bagh Base on JRL call
Srinagar 16 December(Agencies) The Indian army on Sunday asked people not to march towards 15 corps headquarters situated at Badami Bagh Cantonment in Srinagar on call of the Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL). In a statement issued here, an army spokesperson said Indian Army is always with the people of Kashmir and would foil all such “evil attempts of militant-Separatist-Pakistan nexus to pit the civilian population against the Security Forces.” “The public is once again advised not to pay ....
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BUDGET 2019-20: Massive push to public infrastructure
SAC approves Rs 88911 cr outlay with thrust on development social sectors
JAMMU, DECEMBER 15:Devised to give a massive push to the public infrastructure, Rs 88911 crore state budget for the fiscal 2019-20 was approved by the State Administrative Council (SAC) headed by Governor Satya Pal Malik. Advisors to the Governor, K Vijay Kumar, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai and Kewal Kumar Sharma, Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam and Principal Secretary to the Governor Umang Narula were present at the specially convened SAC meeting here this evening. Principal Secretary Finance, ....
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Train services suspended across kashmir following pulwama encounter
SRINAGAR:15 December(Agencies) Authorities have suspended the train services on Baramulla-Banihal track following militant killings in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district. A railway official said that the train services from Baramulla to Banihal have been suspended as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order problem following the gunfight in Pulwama. Three militants were killed and two army personnel suffered injuries during the gunfight. A civilian was also killed during clashes ....
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Pained at loss of civilian lives: ADGP, Muneer Khan
'I appeal youth to stay away from encounter sites'
Srinagar, Dec 15 (Agencies): While maintaining that police were investigating the Pulwama incident, the additional Director General of Police (Law and order), Muneer Khan Saturday said that it is painful to see loss of any civilian life. The ADGP also reiterated his personal appeal to the youth to stay away from encounter sites. “It is painful to all of us to see loss of any civilian life. My appeal to all the young boys is that they should remain at home and not come to encounter sites. They....
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