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Jammu: Pandemonium in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council in Jammu, on...
Source : Prokerala | 8 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu, Apr 1: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday said ten sarpanches have been killed and three injured by militants in the Valley in the last four years while 20 resigned following threats from militant outfits.In a written reply in the state Assembly, Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Abdul Haq Khan also said that the state government was sensitive to the issue of safety...
Source : Oneindia | 11 Hour(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Central government is planning to set up five new medical colleges inIn a written reply to a question of NC member Devender Rana in the Legislative Assembly, the Minister for Health and Medical Education Chaudhary Lal Singh said that the Government of India has "identified opening of five new Medical Colleges for J&K State".He said that the formalities required under the Medical Council of India g...
Source : Oneindia | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu, March 31 (IANS) The strategic Srinagar-Jammu National Highway was opened for one-way traffic on Tuesday as improved weather and receding water level in major rivers lessened the danger of damage by floods in the state."Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has been opened for one-way traffic today," a senior police officer told IANS in Jammu on Tuesday."However, only light vehicles will be allowed...
Source : Chennaionline | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
members of opposition National Conference and Congress today staged a walkout from the Legislative Assembly, accusing the government of "undue delay" in rescue operations in the wake of recent floods in the Valley.Two members of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)- Mushtaq Ahmed Shah and Zahoor Mir, also staged a walkout protesting the non-availability of de-watering pumps in their constituencies....
Source : Oneindia | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu: Expressing shock and grief over the loss of human lives due to landslides and floods, PDP President Mehbooba Mufti today asked the party cadres to come to the rescue of the needy in the state."PDP cadres have been asked to come to the rescue of the needy as and start community kitchens and other facilities in respective areas so that the people get the much-needed succor amid trying circumstances,"...
Source : Zeenews | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed tonight expressed grief on the death of six persons in a house collapse triggered by heavy rains in Chadoora belt of Budgam district.Six persons were buried alive in a house collapse at village Laden in Budgam district today, following incessant rain that have lashed Kashmir Valley for the last few days.In his message, the chief minister,...
Source : Zeenews | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu, Mar 30: Expressing shock and grief over the loss of human lives due to landslides and"PDP cadres have been asked to come to the rescue of the needy as and start community kitchens and other facilities in respective areas so that the people get the much-needed succor amid trying circumstances," Mehbooba said here today.The Anantnag MP expressed shock and grief over the tragic loss of human lives...
Source : Oneindia | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
Jammu, Mar 30: The Centre would send eight fully equipped NDRF teams to Kashmir to assist the"Eight fully equipped NDRF teams will be arriving in Kashmir to assist the state government in its efforts to safeguard life and property of people in the wake of flood situation arisen due to incessant rains that lashed the Valley during past few days," a J&K government spokesman said.Two NDRF teams comprising...
Source : Oneindia | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday said that as of now it has no plans to call out the army to assist civil administration to tackle the floods."The army is always on the alert. But, as of now we have no plans to call out the army for assisting the civilian administration to tackle the flood situation," Naeem Akhtar, senior minister in the PDP-BJP government, told reporters in Jammu...
Source : Times Of India | 3 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Jammu
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