Trio including 2 sisters, brother qualify JKAS mains

Doda, Jan 20, KNT: In a first – three from a single family- two sisters and their brother have qualified the Mains exam of Jammu Kashmir Administrative Service.
Pertinently, Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission has released the JKPSC KAS Result or the JKPSC CCE Mains 2022 Result today.
Mains Result has been declared and out of the 3916 candidates, 648 candidates had been declared qualified for the Interview and post the interview, the personality test of the candidates was conducted f...

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‘Unsound’ Person Attacks Six people in Anantnag; Woman Among two Dies, Four Injured

Srinagar, December 23 : A woman was among two persons killed and atleast four persons were injured after an alleged mentally unsound person attacked them with a Lathi in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Friday.

A top police officer told GNS that the incident took place at Ashmuqam area of the district. He said that all six injured were shifted to hospital, however two of them unfortunately succumbed to their injuries. He said a case has been registered with regard to the incident. He ...

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J&K Issues New Rules For Employees On Ladakh Deputations

Srinagar- The Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha led administration on Thursday notified new guidelines for the deputation of employees of Jammu and Kashmir to the Union Territory of Ladakh.

According to the guidelines, all the administrative departments/ HoDs/ controlling offices shall maintain a complete database of employees relating to their period of deputation/ service in Ladakh region.

While processing the proposals for deputation to the Union Territory of Ladakh, the eligibility a...

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Man in Kathua axes brother, wife to death over ‘land dispute’

Jammu, Nov 22: A man on Tuesday axed his younger brother and his wife to death over ‘land dispute’ in village Marheen of Kathua district in Jammu and Kashmir.

Senior Superintendent of Police, Kathua, Ramesh Kotwal said a man identified as Raj Kumar (accused), resident of Chak Wazir Labzoo murdered his younger brother namely Naresh Kumar, 32 and his wife Asha, 24 at their residence in tehsil Marheen.

“Land disputed is stated to the cause of brutal crime,” said the top cop.

He added t...

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J&K and Ladakh will be single state once again: Farooq Abdullah

Jammu, Nov 19 (PTI): The National Conference never sided with Pakistan and always stood rock-solid with India, its president Farooq Abdullah asserted on Saturday, as he targeted separatist-turned-mainstream politicians for trying to weaken the party.

The former chief minister advocated for restoration of statehood to Jammu and Kashmir and said the time is not far when Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh will be a single entity once again.

In 2019, the Centre had abrogated Article 370, which gran...

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قائد اتحادحجةالاسلام والمسلمین الحاج مولانا محمد عباس انصاری کے چہارم میں دسیوں ہزار شیعہ وسنی عقیدت مندوں کی شرکت

ملک وبیرون ممالک کے معروف سیاسی ،سماجی مذہبی شخصیات نے کیا خراج عقیدت پیش،مرحوم کو تاریخ ساز شخصیت قرار دیا

 ایران کے ثقافتی مشیراور رہبر انقلاب کے نمائندے آقای سید علی زادہ موسوی نے مولانا مسرور عباس انصاری کی دستار بندی کی

مجتبیٰ علی؍؍ سرینگر برصغیر کے جید عالم دین ،مفکر ملت،ممتاز قلمکار،مصنف ،مدبر،شعلہ بیان مقرر ،خطیب اہلبیتؑ،داعی اخوت،قائد اتحاد حجةالاسلام والمسلمین الحاج مولانا محمد عباس انصاری کا چہارم نہایت ہی عقیدت اور جوش وجذبہ کے ساتھ منایا گیا جس میں جموں وکشمیر کے علاوہ ملک...

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Renowned Shia scholar Moulana Abass Ansari passes away at 86

Srinagar, Oct 25: Renowned Shia scholar, senior separatist leader and a key figure of erstwhile Muslim United Front (MUF), Moulana Muhammad Abbas Hussain Ansari passed away after a long illness here in Kashmir capital Srinagar on Tuesday. He was 86.

Ansari was a renowned Shia scholar and an eminent political leader. He also remained the Chairman of the united ‘All Parties Hurriyat Conference – the position held by likes like the late Syed Ali Geelani, Molvi Muhammad Umar Farooq, and Profe...

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Premature retirement of 36 cops in JK; Public demands action against misappropriation of govt funds and corrupt officials

Srinagar, CNS,14-Oct: Expressing satisfaction over the premature retirement of 36 police officers, people have demanded LG Administration that the big crocodiles who have looted the various government departments should be removed and action should be taken as soon as possible against the staff under them to ensure transparency in government institutions and implement measures to root out bribery.

As per reports to CNS, the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) administration under its zero-tolerance p...

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Basant Rath resigns as IGP to join ‘electoral politics’ in Kashmir

Srinagar, CNS, 26-June:IGP Basant Rath has resigned from the Indian Police Service (IPS) to join electoral politics in Kashmir. He posted his resignation letter on social media on Sunday.

The 2000 batch IPS, Basant Rath is presently posted in Home Guards and Civil Defence. Rath surprised his followers and friends early this morning at 4.20 am when he posted his resignation letter dated 25 June on social media.

“Politics is a noble profession”, Rath wrote.

“If I ever join a political...

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SC, ST Students of J&K to get free education in St. Soldier Group of Institutions: Manhar Arora

KARGIL, MAY 31: Good news has come for the students of Jammu and Kashmir as North India’s Leading Education Provider Group St. Soldier Group of Institutions, Jalandhar today declared, four major announcements for them.

While addressing to the media persons Prof. Manhar Arora, Managing Director said that we are offering four different scholarships for all the students of Jammu and Kashmir.

First big announcement is that students belong to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) will...

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