Jammu

PCJ demands inclusion of welfare schemes for Journalists in Budget

Press Club of Jammu (PCJ) has demanded inclusion of Journalist Welfare Schemes and Cashless Medicliam policy for working and accredited journalists of the state in upcoming budget to be presented on May 30. President Press Club of Jammu, Ashwani Kumar alongwith other office bearers Abhimanyu Sharma, Zorawar Singh Jamwal and Dinesh Manhotra had recently met

NSUI Demands Infrastructure for GDC Kilhotran Bhallessa

Today a massive and peaceful demonstration was started from GDC kilhotran to bus stand gowari in which Neeraj Kundan state president NSUI,Ankit Dedha incharge Nsui j&k, Feroz khan  national secretary NSUI, Udhay Singh national secretary NSUI,Mehran Anjum Mir state secretary NSUI along eithbcollege students participated. Feroz khan make it clear  that present govt. Of BJP&PDP

Two years of Modi Govt empowered weaker sections: Dr Jitendra

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports, MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh said that during two years of the Modi Government, several significant steps were taken to empower weaker sections of

CM for comprehensive roadmap to augment, restructure power sector

Flagging energy as a key sector in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today called for a comprehensive roadmap for augmenting the State’s power scenario by strengthening the generation and distribution network. Speaking at a meeting convened this morning to take first hand appraisal of the power and water supply position in Jammu

Passport verification needs to be made simple, quick, transparent: SVC

Apart from making passport verification simple, quick and transparent, installation of CCTVs will be completed soon in all jails. Similarly, bringing police stations and vital traffic checkpoints under CCTV cover in a phased manner followed by connecting them with district, range and zonal police headquarters will be taken up on priority to bring transparency in

Principal Secretary reviews agriculture sector

Principal Secretary Agriculture, Sandeep Kumar Nayak, today chaired a meeting to review the progress of all Central and State schemes regarding the agriculture sector in the Kashmir province. The meeting held at Directorate of Agriculture Kashmir reviewed floriculture development, seed production and multiplication farms/potato development farms and other related sectors. The review meeting was attended

Dogra Sadar Sabha appeals Legislators to perform or resign

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, May 24 A meeting of Dogra Sadar Sabha was held under the Chairmanship of Th. Gulchain Singh Charak in which they discussed several issues including review of the infamous Khour rape case, issue of killing of Chamail Singh in Pakistan jail, restoration/conservation of Mubarak Mandi Complex, establishing a Sainik Colony for

SKUAST-TAJ to remove API score for better performance of Varsity Teachers

SKUAST-Teaching Association Jammu (SKUAST-TAJ) demands for the removal of Annual Performance Indicator/Index (API) for the appointment and promotion of teachers in the University system. In a prèss statement, Dr. Vikas Sharma, President of the Association informed that API score have done more harm than good to the education system of the country and particularly to

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