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Straws in air

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Straws in air

Post-Pakistan elections there have been lot of talk about Kashmir and Prime Minister elect Imran Khan in his first speech has talked at length about the importance of Indo-Pak friendship and for the resolution of Kashmir dispute. Fresh efforts have been made from both sides through back channels to break the ice as the two […]

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Consensus in Kashmir

There has been a growing demand in the mainstream camp of Kashmir politics that New Delhi must see the reason and start the process to resolve the Kashmir dispute as they believe that without the addressing of political aspirations, there would be no peace in Kashmir or in South Kashmir. PDP recently after coming out […]

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Ban on channels

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Ban on channels

Jammu and Kashmir State witnessed number of bans on the local television channels. Some of the bans in the past have given a death blow to the growing trade in Kashmir Valley. Soon after 2008 and 2010 uprisings, the government imposed ban on the news and current affairs programmes of all local television channels and […]

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No parking space

Srinagar city along with Jammu city and other townships in Jammu and Kashmir State are facing acute problem of parking space and with more and more constructions for the commercial hubs, the problem has increased without any solution in sight. The Traffic police is only collecting money from the violators and the government along with […]

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SBM and Kashmir

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SBM and Kashmir

Recently Governor N.N. Vohra told his officials and other wings of the government along with the students to be the part of implementation of the Swachh Bharat Mission and of the newly launched Swachh Bharat Summer Internship Scheme.  Governor urged college students, NCC/NSS cadets, and youth at large to join the Internship Scheme and contribute […]

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Transparency in MVD

Lot of steps are been taken by the authorities at different levels in the State administration to make the official wings of the government responsive to the needs of time to the needs of general public. In the past few weeks under Governor’s administration many steps have been taken to make the administration transparent and […]

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Public delivery system is the basic ingredient of good governance on the ground and governance administration has failed so far to make it responsive to needs of general public. Recently the new Chief Secretary rolled out his own vision of making the administration public friendly, but on the ground there is no change. Let us […]

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Indian, Bangladeshi cos ink pacts worth over USD 9 bn

New Delhi: Companies from India and Bangladesh today signed pacts worth over USD 9 billion here aimed at deepening partnership in sectors like power and oil and gas. Among the MoUs signed in the presence of visiting Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is a facility agreement between Bangladesh India Friendship Power Company (BIFPCL) and Exim Bank […]

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IS bombs churches in Egypt during mass; 43 lives lost

Tanta (Egypt): The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing two Egyptian churches as worshippers gathered to mark Palm Sunday, killing at least 43 people. The attacks, said to be the deadliest on the Coptic Christian minority in recent times, followed a Cairo church bombing in December and came weeks before a planned visit by […]

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China offers cash rewards to public against foreign espionage

Beijing: China is offering cash rewards of up to USD 72,400 to encourage residents in the capital Beijing to report about foreign spies in the country, stepping up its campaign against espionage. Beijing’s residents can report through a hotline, by mail or in person any activity endangering China’s national security or thefts of national secrets, […]

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