JKRETTF elects district body for Kishtwar

JKRETTF elects district body for Kishtwar

Jammu and Kashmir Rehber-E-Taleem Teachers Forum (JKRETTF) today convened a meeting under the chairmanship of Mohd Hafeez Bhatt at Boys Higher secondary school Kishtwar. Large number of RET Teachers of Kishtwar attended the meeting and discussed various issues regarding teachers community. On the occasion speakers showed their full faith on District body and State body

Saroori visits Wani’s residence to condole death of his father

State Congress Vice president and MLA Inderwal, G. M Saroori today visited the residence of General Secretary JKPCC and Former MLA Doda, Abdul Majid Wani to personally condole the demise of his father late Khawaja Ghulam Ahmed Wani.  Saroori stayed with the bereaved family and expressed his sympathy and solidarity with him. He prayed to

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21 cattle perish

Twenty one cattle got perished in fire, which erupted in a shed at village Dewal Gormul of tehsil Kashtigarh. As per police sources, 21 cattle got perished in fire, which erupted in a shed at village Dewal Gormul of tehsil Kashtigarh late last night. However, there was no loss of human life in the incident.


Situation back to normal in Kishtwar

The situation in Kishtwar district of Jammu region has returned to normal, three days after a temple was gutted in a fire, triggering tension in the area, police said today. The investigation by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) is going on and material collected from the temple site has been sent for forensic investigation and


Dr Jitendra announces Rs 5 lakh for Kishtwar victims

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh today announced an amount of Rs.5 lakh from his MPLADS funds as immediate assistance to the victims and families of the fire incident at Kishtwar. Soon after receiving the


115 kanal forest land retrieved

Forest Department officials in its anti-encroachment drive cleared nearly 115 kanal forest land in Nagseni area of Kishtwar Forest Division. Official sources said that Forest department team led by Range Officer Nagseni under the supervision of DFO Sunil Singh launched operation in compartments 5 and 6/ Nagseni near villages Arkhor and Chhichha-Nagseni and removed illegal


NHIDCL to maintain Batote-Kishtwar highway

The Jammu and Kashmir Government is in the process of giving the maintenance of 110-km-long Batote-Kishtwar national highway to the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL). The NHIDCL is expected to take over from the Public Works Department (PWD) within a few months.During the Omar Abdullah-led government, the road was being maintained by

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Beghana residents protest over shortage of drinking water

Irate over the shortage of drinking water, residents of village Beghana under the leadership of Ravi Kumar Shan, Sewa Dal Chief, Kishtwar, lodged a strong protest against concerned authorities. The protesting villagers also blocked the Dak Banglow main chowk in support of their long pending demand of smooth and regular water supply in the area.