Jammu Province

Police starts major drive against traffic violation

Police starts major drive against traffic violation

With an aim to tighten noose against people involved in violation of traffic rules and regulations, which also act as a factor of road accidents claiming precious lives, Rajouri police today started a major drive and on the first day, nine cases have been registered under relevant sections of law besides arrest of drivers and

Woman injured in purse-snatching bid

A 35 years old government employee woman suffered severe injuries including fractures when bike-borne snatchers attempted to grab her purse while she was riding pillion with her colleague, here on Tuesday evening. Such was the audacity of the attack that it happened on Jammu-Pathankot National Highway near Logate Morh, which is always milling with traffic.

SVC seeks report from VO regarding cases closed as not proved

Taking serious note of the media reports regarding closure of certain FIR cases which were under investigation with Vigilance organization, the State Vigilance Commission in its special sitting under the chairmanship of Chief Vigilance Commissioner has directed the Director, Vigilance Organisation to provide a list of all cases which have been investigated and closed as

SSB constable arrested for shooting security guard in Banihal

Police in Banihal area of Jammu and Kashmir have arrested a constable of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) who allegedly mistook a security guard for a militant and shot him last night. Sources said that Banihal police arrested constable Amit Chatya of 14 BN ‘A’ company SSB along with his service rifle from Chapnar area of

Thief arrested, stolen items recovered

Khour police under ‘Operation Meghdoot’ arrested a thief and recovered stolen items from his possession. As per police sources, on October 15 this year, a complaint was lodged by Chander Shekhar, son of Thakur Dass of Nikian Marchangi with Khour Police Station stating that some unknown person had stolen his mobile phone Samsung J-2 alongwith

Old Jammu to be developed as heritage city

Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh said the government will develop old areas of Jammu as heritage city through a string of projects initiated for traffic decongestion, sanitation and cleanliness. Addressing a function organised in connection with the disbursement of old age and other pension cheques to the beneficiaries of East Jammu areas