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Ranjan Thakur appointed nodal officer of J-K’s logistic coordination committee

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday appointed Ranjan Prakash Thakur, the principal secretary to the government, Industries and Commerce Department, as nodal officer...
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Spring rains expose Kashmir’s faulty infrastructure

A rainfall for a couple of days leads to failure of drainage and other systems once again laid bare the tall claims of the government that has been talking about development in the region.
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A young man poisoned himself. But was it a suicide?

Though his death led to the release of the held salaries within a week, in absence of accountability, the officials, with their phones switched off, escape the answers.
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ADC Baramulla beats up people, says ‘with soft maize plant’

The Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Baramulla on Wednesday beat up people in Main Town Baramulla for defying the Corona curfew. A video of the ADC...
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‘No ban on travellers entering Jammu and Kashmir’: Atal Dulloo

Like the rest of the country, Kashmir has been rattled with the second wave of the COVID-19. The daily cases have been increasing manifold...
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LG Sinha chairs meeting to revamp power sector in J-K

Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha on Thursday chaired the third high-level meeting with the team of experts from the power sector, senior officials from Jammu...
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Nearly 34 lakh domicile certificates issued in J-K, says MHA

Union Ministry of Home Affairs Tuesday said that nearly 34 lakh domicile certificates have been issued in J-K till 25 January 2021. In a written...

Of frequent deaths in Kashmir’s mountains and ignorance

The arrival of March in Kashmir marks the return of rain and fragrance of newly sprouted petals, which had withered in the winter, to...
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Forest Rights Act: J-K admin’s haste unsettles forest dwellers

For more than a year, its implementation on-ground was overlooked and today it remains in disarray — after resorting to coercive measures against forest dwellers in late 2020, the administration is rushing through a grassroots process even as much of Kashmir’s forest areas remained snowbound.
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Watch | Kashmir Handicap Association protest, demand jobs

The members of the Jammu and Kashmir Handicap Association on Tuesday held a protest in Srinagar to press for the demand for jobs and...