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Doctors Service Policy coming soon; 32 docs terminated: Bali

Doctors Service Policy coming soon; 32 docs terminated: Bali

A total 580 posts of doctors of various categories are lying vacant in various hospitals of Jammu region while a new Doctors Service Policy is coming up shortly to ensure availability of medicos in hilly and remote areas of the State. While replying to the question of BJP member Ashok Khajuria, PDP member Saifuddin Bhat

Fresh landslides disrupt traffic on Kashmir highway

Fresh overnight landslides disrupted traffic on the national highway, connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the country on Saturday morning while there is no possibility of reopening of Srinagar-Leh, historic Mughal road and Badipora-Gurez road before April due to accumulation of snow and slippery road conditions. There were fresh landslides at Magarkote, Ramsu, on

Kashmir, Ladakh shiver as Jammu warms up

Minimum temperatures throughout the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh region remained below freezing point on Saturday even as the days started getting comparatively warmer in the Jammu region. The night temperatures in Jammu though continued to remain cold, the Met said. The minimum temperature was 5.4 degrees Celsius in Jammu city while it was 8.2 in

J-K: Ceasefire violation by Pakistan in two sectors

The Pakistani Army on Saturday once again resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violation along the Line of Control (LoC) in RS Pura and Akhnoor sectors of Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian Army is retaliating. The firing is still going on. This is the third consecutive day when the Pakistan Rangers heavily shelled civilian areas and border

40000 pension cases to be cleared soon: Sunil Sharma

Minister of State for Transport (Independent Charge), Sunil Sharma today informed the Legislative Assembly that the Government is actively considering clearance of 40000 pension cases under different social schemes being implemented in Jammu and Kashmir. Replying to a Question by Neelam Langeh on behalf of Minister for Social Welfare in the House, Sharma said that

Minor boy arrested in Kathua girl’s murder

The Jammu and Kashmir government today said that a 15-year-old boy was apprehended in connection with the killing of a minor girl in Kathua district’s Hiranagar area. Responding to the concern expressed by legislators on the gruesome incident, Minister for Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Rehman Veeri informed the state Assembly that the accused had

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