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30 JKAS Officers Transferred In J&K
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30 JKAS Officers Transferred In J&K

The Government on Friday ordered transfer of 30 JKAS officers in the interest of administration with immediate effect. According to three separate orders, copies of which lie with news agency, Smita Sethi, JKAS, Managing Director, SIDCO, holding additional charge of Managing Director, SICOP, has been transferred and posted as Secretary in the Industries and Commerce Department. Raman Kumar Kesar, JKAS, Additional Transport Commissioner, J&K, has been transferred and posted as Managing Director, SIDCO. “He shall hold the additional charge of the post of Managing Director, SICOP, till further orders”. Reyaz Ahmad Sofi, JKAS, Additional District Development Commissioner, Kulgam, has been transferred and posted as Additional Transport Commissioner, J&K. Showkat Ahmad Rather, ...
Increasing employment opportunities, improved social security of J&K youth among top priorities of Central Government: Union MoS Rameshwar Teli
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Increasing employment opportunities, improved social security of J&K youth among top priorities of Central Government: Union MoS Rameshwar Teli

Union Minister of State for Labour & Employment, Petroleum and Natural Gas Sh. Rameshwar Teli on Friday said that providing better avenues of employment and increasing social security measures for the youth and working class of Jammu and Kashmir are among the top priorities of the Central Government. Addressing the media persons at Tagore Hall Srinagar, the minister highlighted the initiatives of the Central Government under the leadership of Prime Minister for the benefit of common people in the Union Territory. He said that work on various development projects is going on at full pace and the same will be completed ahead of the stipulated timelines. Responding to the questions of the media the Minster said that unemployed youth are being provided loans on zero interest basis an...
3 army men killed in Kupwara avalanche*
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3 army men killed in Kupwara avalanche*

Three Army solider lost their lives in an avalanche in Machil area of Kupwara on Friday. An official told that in an unfortunate incident, 3 Army jawans of 56 RR were killed in the line of duty in Machhil area when they came under an avalanche. He said that all the bodies have been retrieved.
STEPS TOWARDS PLURALITY
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STEPS TOWARDS PLURALITY

  Kashmiryat is another word for respect for all religious customs and holidays, is a philosophy of tolerance and acceptance of all faiths and beliefs. It epitomizes inter communal harmony, literary greatness, spirituality, and a mutually beneficial partnership between various cultures. Kashimiriyat is present in every facet of Kashmiri society and has a significant influence on their religious and cultural practices. In trying times, the Rishi’s consoling knowledge was expressed in the Kashmiri dialect of the area. Due to numerous advantageous historical circumstances and other causes, Kashmiryat has survived as a distinct culture despite the cultural invasion of the Kashmir Valley. The poor J&K people have suffered greatly over the past three decades as a result of the ongoin...
VsOID grieve over demise of Mushtaq Saznawaz
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VsOID grieve over demise of Mushtaq Saznawaz

The veterans of Information Department (VsOID), a group of retired officers and officials of the Department, have expressed grief and sorrow over the demise of one of their colleague Mushtaq Ahmad Saznawaz, who died yesterday afternoon after a brief illness. Recalling his association with them, they described him a versatile artist of J&K, who had been, recently, conferred the title of Ustad in Sufia Musaqi. He was laid to rest in his ancestral graveyard near police chowki Waniyar chowk, Safakadal Srinagar. While expressing condolence and extending sympathies with the bereaved family, they prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul. Some of the Srinagar based members of the group also participated in his Nimazi Jinazah offered after Magrib nimaz. A large number of people, incl...