J&K BJP welcomes Centre’s plan to celebrate 350th birth

J&K BJP welcomes Centre’s plan to celebrate 350th birth

March 24:The Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP today welcomed the Central government’s plan to hold year long celebration of 350th birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh. The BJP also welcomed the statement of RSS that it would act as Guru’s messenger through all its affiliates. “The plan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi led Government

People voted for BJP as they were fed up with Cong: Baru

March 24:BJP Jammu and Kashmir secretary Sanjay Baru today claimed that the people of the state voted for the saffron party as they were “fed” up with the Congress. Talking to reporters here, Baru claimed fed up with the rule of the Congress party, which was full of ‘discrimination and corruption”, people of the state

Governor inspects Katra-Adhkuwari track

March 24: Governor, N N Vohra, who is Chairman of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, travelled on the new track called Tarakot Track, which has been constructed by the Shrine Board at a cost of over Rs 18 crore. He was accompanied by A K Sahu, Chief Executive Officer of the Board. While travelling on

SMVSB hospital to be operational by March 30

March 23:The 230-bed super-speciality hospital being set up by the Shri Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board (SMVDSB) shall be fully operational by March 30.   “The 230-bed hospital at Kakryal near Katra shall be fully operational by March 30, 2016,” said Ajeet Kumar Sahu, Chief Executive Officer, SMVDSB.   The CEO said he has informed the

Clarify new CBMs :Cong

March 23:Congress  hit out at PDP, calling the delay in government formation in J-K an attempt by the party to “test waters” in the Valley, and asked Mehbooba Mufti to clarify what “new” confidence building measures (CBM) have been agreed upon between PDP and BJP. “It was all a drama enacted by PDP over the

‘Everything will now be alright’: Nirmal Singh after Mehbooba-PM meet

March 22:Terming the meeting between People’s Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘positive’, former deputy chief minister Nirmal Singh on Tuesday said the ice has been finally broken over the PDP-BJP Government formation in Jammu and Kashmir. “It’s a very positive development because the people in Jammu and Kashmir