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Parthasarthy, Kak discuss J&K situation with Nirmal

Parthasarthy, Kak discuss J&K situation with Nirmal

Feb 17: Former Diplomat G Parthasarthy and veteran journalist Kapil Kak today called on former Deputy Chief Minister and BJP Legislative Party leader Dr Nirmal Singh here today and discussed the prevailing situation in the State with him. The two visiting dignitaries discussed host of issue with Dr Singh including the problems of PoK, West

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BSNL creating confusion among people on broadband connection: JCDA

Feb 17: Jammu Computers Dealers Association (JCDA) said that BSNL has created confusion on demand of broadband connection by the general masses, corporate houses and Government institution. Addressing a press conference, Dikshit Gupta, President, JCDA said that the Commercial Officers of BSNL are denying the broadband connections to the people who possess their personal broadband


Fraud in CAPD: SVC seeks status report

Feb 16:  The State Vigilance Commission while exposing large scale embezzlements and other gross irregularities, allegedly committed by an official of CA&PD Department, Udhampur, has directed the Vigilance Organization to submit status report in the case of similar nature already under probe with them against the said official. Earlier, while proceeding on a complaint, lodged


Employees stage protest outside Div Com office

Feb 16:   The employees and workers from PHE, Irrigation, Flood Control  and several  other  departments held strong protest demonstration on the first day of their  three day protest programme outside the office of Divisional Commissioner at Rail Head Complex here today. A large number of temporary employees including daily wagers, need base, ITI and CP


SKUAST non-teaching employees demand removal of tainted officers

Feb 16: Serving an ultimatum, SKUAST – Jammu Non-Teaching Employees Association (NTEA) has demanded removal of  the incumbent  Registrar and others for having been booked by the State Vigilance Organization (SVO) in alleged illegal and fake appointments. Addressing a press conference, here today, the NTEA president B N Singh lambasted the administration for allowing the