Kathua

DC Kathua inspects ongoing Girdawari at Niabat Barnoti

The Deputy Commissioner Kathua, Ramesh Kumar today inspected ongoing Girdawari of Tarhara Patwar Halqua, Nihalpur village of Niabat Barnoti. The Girdawari (harvest inspections) in the District is scheduled from September 15 till October 15, 2016 wherein the patwaris of various Patwar Halqas will conduct the harvest inspections as per schedule. The DC was accompanied by

Lal Singh holds public grievance redressal camp, sought co-op for implementing welfare schemes

Minister for Forest, Ecology and Environment, Ch. Lal Singh today said that upgradation of infrastructure for providing better amenities to the people is high on the agenda of present government and all out efforts are being made to provide better road connectivity, clean drinking water, uninterrupted electricity and up-graded educational and healthcare facilities specially in

Plantation drive launched at village Barwal

Dr Parshant Bakshi, Associate Professor, Division of Fruit Science, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu, has taken an initiative for planting of fruit plant and organized plantation drive today at village Barwal, Panchyat East, Kathua under Save Horticulture. MLA Kathua Rajiv Jasrotia was the chief guest on the occasion. Addressing the gathering,

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Maintain vigil against forces hell bent to disrupt peace, harmony: Dy CM

The people of Jammu and Kashmir have maintained the age old amity among diverse communities despite attempts by peace inimical elements to create communal wedge between various communities and people of the state should maintain vigil against the forces hell bent to disrupt peace and harmony”. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh said this while

Lal Singh convenes Public Grievances Redressal camp

Minister for Forest, Ecology and Environment, Ch. Lal Singh said that improving basic facilities is high on the agenda of present government and all out efforts are being made to provide better road connectivity, clean drinking water, uninterrupted electricity and up-graded educational and health infrastructure to the people of the State, especially those living in

JKATA submit memorandum to DyCM

Demanding the inclusion of service period of since 1 April 2007, change the title of VAEA to JAEO and put all VAEAs under pension benefits, J&K Agriculture Technocrats Association led by Sanjeev Verma, Vikas Sharma and Gurdeep Singh and Called on Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh and submitted a charter of demands at Billawar

Basohli painting added to vocational training course

District Development Commissioner Kathua, Ramesh Kumar today rolled out Skill Development Programme under Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) for financial year 2016-17 here at a meeting of concerned officers. The Deputy Commissioner informed the meeting that for the very first time the Basohli Paintings has been added in the list of Vocational Training Course to be

954 girls toilet constructed in schools across the district

District Development Commissioner, Kathua Ramesh Kumar today apprised that Rs. 19.50 lakh have been spent for providing drinking water/toilet facilities in 13 schools and 106 Ramps have been constructed at the cost of Rs. 10.60 lakh under IEDSS (RMSA). Under SSA 302 New Primary schools have been opened in the district besides 252 Primary Schools

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