Jammu

Indian Buddhist leader receives Honorary Fellowship

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 24 His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa, the world-renowned humanitarian, environmentalist and women’s rights advocate, and spiritual head of the Drukpa Order of Buddhism, received the prestigious Honorary Fellowship from Wolfson College of Oxford, in recognition of his tireless commitment to cultural preservation in the Himalayas. His Holiness first visited the

Vijaypur residents stage protest against newly opened Wine shop

DDC Samba issues directions for shifting of liquor shop Newspoint Bureau Vijaypur, June 24 People of Vijaypur including women today staged a protest against the newly opened wine shop at the residential area. During protest, the agitated public blocked the main Chowk Vijaypur for few hours against district administration of Samba for giving permission to

Congress demand imposition of Guv’s rule

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 24 The District Congress Committee (Urban) Jammu holds the strong demonstration under the leadership of its president Anil Chopra held today in front of the residence of Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh in view of the militancy activity flaring up in Kashmir Valley recent lynching of Young Police Officer

Young Panthers delegation call on VC Cluster University

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 24 A delegation of Young Panthers today called on VC of Cluster University, Jammu. The delegation was led by Young Panthers state vice president, Partap Singh Jamwal. During meeting with Vice Chancellor, Young Panther leaders reacted on the inconvince faced by the students of GCW Gandhi Nagar College, wherein girls

CII organizes seminar on making J&K GST ready

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 24 In a special seminar organized today by CII J&K State Council, in collaboration with IIPA and NIRC, to sensitize and create awareness on the national and state perspective of GST, Virender Chauhan CA, GST Expert said “GST will be ushering in a harmonized national market of goods and services.

Sharma expresses shock over killing of DySP in Valley

Jammu Tawi, June 24 Ashok Sharma, former legislator, Coordinator All India Congress Committee (AICC) Vichar Vibhag has expressed serious shock over the barbaric killing of Mohd. Ayub Pandith at Nowhatta, Srinagar while on duty. Sharma while condemning the inhuman act of killing of the Dy SP demanded stern action against the killers. Sharma urged upon

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