Div Com visits transit accommodation in Bla
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by KR Desk
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Interacts with migrant employees Baramulla: The Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir, Vijay Kumar Bidhuri accompanied by Inspector General of Police Kashmir, Vidhi Kumar Birde and Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Minga Sherpa today visited Indian Army Administrated Vocational Training Centre for skill upliftment at Chinar 9 Jawan Club Baramulla. The Vocational Training centre is run by the Chinar Corps for the upliftment of the skills of the local youth in an endeavour to provide job opportunities and open self- employment avenues for the unemployed youth. The Div Com during the visit to In ..read more
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Noted educationist Prof A G Madhosh dies
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by KR Desk
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Srinagar: Renowned educationist and psychologist, Prof A G Madhosh passed away on Saturday morning after a brief illness. His death has been widely condoled and people from a cross-section of the society, especially from the academic and research community, are paying rich tributes to the departed soul. The octogenarian served as former Dean and Head, School of Education, KU; Director, Physical Education and Sports, KU and former Director State Resource Centre, KU, an official statement issued here read. While extending her condolences to Prof Madhosh’s family, KU Vice Chancellor Prof Nilofer ..read more
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New Criminal Justice Laws To Be Implemented From July 1
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by Agencies
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NEW DELHI: The newly enacted laws — Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita and Bharatiya Sakshya Act — to completely overhaul the criminal justice system in the country will come into effect from July 1. However, the provision related to cases of hit and run by vehicle drivers will not be implemented immediately. The three laws got the Parliament’s approval on December 21 last year and President Droupadi Murmu gave her assent on December 25. According to three identical notifications issued by the Union home ministry, provisions of the new laws will come into force from Ju ..read more
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India travelled far under PM Modi’s leadership: LG
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Inaugurates GTRi’s conclave at Patna Patna, Bihar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha inaugurated the Grand Trunk Road Initiatives’ (GTRi) conclave at Patna, today, In his keynote address, the Lt Governor commended the endeavour of GTRi to bring together the policymakers, entrepreneurs, innovators, influencers and thinkers to discuss and identify growth opportunities in different sectors and brainstorm over the holistic development of Bihar. He highlighted the greater efforts by states and Union Territories to develop industries and agriculture & allied sector to address future challenges and ..read more
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Security of nation cannot be dependent on ‘largesse’ of others: Army chief
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New Delhi: The security of the nation can neither be outsourced nor be dependent on the “largesse” of others, Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande said on Saturday, asserting that becoming self reliant in critical military hardware will be essential to deal with future challenges. In an address at a defence conclave, he said weaning away from import dependencies for capability development requirements of the Army remains pivotal in its strategic planning to be “future ready”. “As the guardians of the nation’s security, we are seized of the need to completely wean away from import dependencies for our ca ..read more
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Army Commander reviews prevalent security situation in Kashmir
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by KR Desk
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SRINAGAR: Army’s Northern Commander, Lt Gen M V Suchindra Kumar on Saturday exhorted all ranks who are part of the counter insurgency grid to maintain the operation tempo. Lt Gen Kumar said this during his visit to Army’s two counter insurgency divisions, the south Kashmir based Victor Force and Shalteng based Kilo Force, which are under Srinagar based 15 or Chinar Corps. During his visit to the two Army divisions, tje Northern Commander, who was accompanied by Chinar Corps Commander Lt Gen Rajiv Ghai, was briefed on counter terrorist grid, soldier citizen connect and operational preparedness ..read more
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CS makes maiden visit to Mubarak Mandi Palace
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by KR Desk
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JAMMU: Chief Secretary, Atal Dulloo today made his maiden visit to the Mubarak Mandi Heritage Complex here and took first hand appraisal of all the restoration and conservation works being carried out there. On the occasion he was accompanied by Principal Secretary, Culture; Commissioner Secretary, Tourism; Secretary, R&B; DG, Budget; Executive Director, Mabarak Mandi Heritage Society; CEO, JSCL besides other concerned officers. The Chief Secretary went around different heritage buildings of the complex and took cognizance of the conservation works either done or being carried out there. H ..read more
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Zero-Tolerance Policy Towards Misuse Of Money In Elections: CEO
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Chennai: Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar on Saturday issued a stern warning to political parties, emphasizing a “zero-tolerance policy” towards the “misuse of money” during the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. CEC chief accompanied by senior officials of the Election Commission of India, on Friday commenced his two-day review of Tamil Nadu’s preparedness for the Lok Sabha elections. Addressing a press conference CEC chief on Saturday asserted that the Election Commission determines to ensure free, fair, and transparent elections. “The Commission is extremely determined and all the collect ..read more
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‘Severe penalties deter drug trafficking’
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by KR Desk
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‘Koshish’: Srinagar Seminar spearheads Substance Abuse Solutions SRINAGAR: The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Srinagar, in collaboration with NGOs Kashmir Concern and White Globe, and with the support of Aryans Group of Colleges, orchestrated a transformative seminar titled ‘Koshish’ at the ADR Centre, District Court Complex, Momminabad, Srinagar ‘Koshish’, a seminar on Substance Abuse, Problem in School, Role of Teachers and counselors, witnessed a convergence of esteemed dignitaries, representatives from various sectors, media personnel, influencers, and passionate volunteers. The ..read more
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Kashmir under freeze; minus 3.1°C in Srinagar
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by KR Desk
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Srinagar: Freezing cold conditions continued in Kashmir Valley as Srinagar recorded minus 3.1°C on Saturday, officials said. A meteorological department official here told GNS that Srinagar saw a fall of 0.5°C from previous night’s minus 2.6°C and it was below normal by 4.0°C for the summer capital of J&K for this time of the year, he said. Qazigund recorded a minimum of minus 3.0°C against minus 3.8°C on the previous night and it was 2.9°C below normal for the gateway town of Kashmir, the MeT official said. Pahalgam recorded a low of minus 7.4°C against minus 9.5°C on the previous night a ..read more
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