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Slathia assails BJP-PDP for pursuing disruptive agenda; sees massive victory for secular forces
SAMBA MARCH 22. Member Legislative Assembly and Sr State Vice President National Conference Mr Surjeet Singh Slathia on Saturday lashed out at peace inimical forces for pursuing regional and communal agenda to weaken the secular fabric of Jammu and Kashmir.“National Conference has always stood against these elements and foiled their attempts to destablise the state and create impediments in its odyssey to peace and harmony”, Mr Slathia said while addressing public meetings at Barjani and Bari Brahamana in Vijaypur constituency this afternoon.In this context, Mr Slathia referred to the negative role being played by BJP and PDP with an avowed objective of flaring up passions to incite sentiments of the innocent people. However, he exuded confidence that people will foil their machinations by....More Newses
With PDP-BJP nexus exposed, Mufti owes explanation for exploiting public sentiment: Rana
JAMMU, MARCH 22- Provincial President National Conference Mr Devender Singh Rana on Saturday called Mehbooba Mufti’s bluff and dared her to explain why PDP exploited the public sentiment and tormented secular fabric of Jammu and Kashmir in league with Bharatiya Janata Party since its inception.  “In desperation for power, PDP has felt stressed to openly admit its nexus with BJP though it wanted to conceal this ugly truth till the Assembly elections to continue to hoodwink and incite passions of innocent people by raking up contentious issues”, Mr Rana said while explaining the circumstances leading to exposure of PDP’s deceit and its duplicity façade.  Addressing public gatherings in block Balwal, the Provincial President said that BJP demanded PDP to unfold its alliance well ahe....More Newses
BJP women workers join NC
JAMMU MARCH 17- Seeking larger participation of women in ensuing Lok Sabha elections, Provincial President National Conference Women Wing Jammu, Mrs Vijaylaxmi Dutta on Monday said their role has been immense in strengthening democracy.“Nation cannot progress until women are given major role in decision making”, she said at a function held at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhavan here this afternoon, held to welcome women BJP activists in the National Conference fold.Mrs Dutta referred to initiatives taken by National Conference for empowerment of women by ensuring reservation in the grass roots level democratic institutions, which have helped this important segment of society seek solution to their problems and join the nation building effort in a big way. “Ours is the only party that has pioneered revol....More Newses
Senior KP leaders along with 500 workers join NC
JAMMU MARCH 13- Several prominent leaders of Kashmiri Pandits along with hundreds of workers have joined National Conference and pledged their support to progressive policies being pursued by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah in steering Jammu and Kashmir to peace and heralding a new era of trust between various segments of society.Welcoming the new entrants in the party fold, at a specially held function at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhavan, Sr State Vice President Mr Rattan Lal Gupta and Member Legislative Council Mr Vijay Bakaya and Sheikh Bashir Ahmad Provincial Secretary National Conference . Mr Bakaya said that  said that National Conference has all along worked for satiating the aspirations of Pandit community, who form core of the composite ethos of the State.Those who joined the party include....More Newses
Omar receives brief on restoration of essential services
JAMMU, MARCH 13 – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah this morning received the brief on the status of restoration of essential services badly hit by the untimely heavy snowfall in the Valley and hilly region of Jammu Division.The two teams of top ranking officers headed by Chief Secretary, Mohammad Iqbal Khandey and Financial Commissioner Revenue, Arun Kumar who visited the Valley and Doda, Ramban and Kishtwar districts yesterday to oversee emergency nature works and monitor the process of restoration of essential services, apprised the Chief Minister about the status of ongoing restoration operation in the Valley and hilly region of Jammu Division at a high level meeting Omar Abdullah chaired here in this regard.The Chief Minister was informed that 80 percent to 90 percent power supply has bee....More Newses
Creation of new administrative units a historic decision: Omar
JAMMU, FEBRUARY 23 – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah  Sunday said that creation of new administrative units in the State has been the historic decision of Coalition Government to take the administration to the doorsteps of the people and help catapult the all-round development and socio-economic upliftment of the people particularly living in far-flung and remote areas of the State.Speaking to a deputation from Pulwama, Rajpora and Shahoora led by Mohi-ud-Din Mir here this morning, the Chief Minister said that necessary paraphernalia for the newly created administrative units would be created alongwith arranging funds so that they become functional as soon as possible.Omar Abdullah said that in order to accommodate the genuine demands of a few left out areas and satisfy the aspirations of the people of these areas, he has already announced constitution of expert committee to look into these genuine demands and finalize the report within three months so that cabinet will take a decis....More Newses
Omar underscores need for preserve State’s bio-diversity
JAMMU, FEBRUARY 23 – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah  Sunday underscored the need of preserving State’s bio-diversity, forest wealth and environment describing these the lifeline of the natural beauty and scenic grandeur of Jammu and Kashmir making it ‘heaven on earth’.Terming the conservation and protection of State’s environment, water bodies, forests, fauna, flora and biological diversity as the national duty of all the residents of the State, Omar Abdullah highlighted the added responsibility of Forests and Environment Department in this direction. “You have to render you service as a mission and help rejuvenate the depleted forests besides bringing more and more vacant lands under plantation”, he said and underlined the importance of CAMPA in achieving this goal.The Chief Minister said that State’s tourism is largely dependent on the natural beauty of Jammu and Kashmir and the mesmerising resorts with plenty of flower meadows, forest wealth, rear fauna, water bodies and serenit....More Newses
CAG pats J&K for better fiscal management: Rather
JAMMU, FEBRUARY 17- Dispelling the perception that Jammu and Kashmir was dependent on Centre to meet its financial requirements, the Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Mr. Abdul Rahim Rather today said that whatever the State receives from the Centre, is our right guaranteed under constitution. He said grant in Aid for the State is being decided by the Finance Commission under Articles 268 to 279 of the Constitution of India which deal with distribution of revenue between Centre and States.“Grant of funds is not discretion of the Centre but are transferred to all states under fixed norms. Being part of the federation (Union of India), these funds are our right”, he said adding that getting funds from the Centre doesn’t mean that the State is dependent on the Centre.In his one and a half hour long reply to the two days debate on Budget in the Legislative Assembly in which 26 Members of the August House participated, Mr. Rather said that State’s own tax revenue has been increasing ....More Newses
Omar highlights JK potential for sports-tourism
GULMARG, FEBRUARY 16 – Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Sunday highlighted the vast potential of Jammu and Kashmir for sports, adventure and pilgrim tourism adding that this specialty is yet another sphere of attraction for tourists besides mesmerizing, enchanting and amazing natural resorts and wide-ranging fauna, flora and bio-diversity the State is blessed with.Inaugurating National Ski and Snowboarding Championship here this morning, the Chief Minister said that organizing sports events particularly winter games give considerable fillip to showcase the State as the ideal destination of different sports.Omar Abdullah said that winter sports in Gulmarg and other places need to be given further boost to provide opportunities to the participants particularly youth of the State to nurture their talent and develop as world class players. He said normally youth studying in different educational institutions find occasions and platform to participate and show their sports talent in different ....More Newses
Infra dev in one village of each constituency under Convergence Mode: Sagar
Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats, Mr. Ali Mohammad Sagar today informed the House that the Government has recently sanctioned development of infrastructure in one village of each constituency on the pattern of Model village under Convergence Mode.Replying to a question by Mr. Bharat Bhushan, the Minister informed that in this regard the MLAs have been requested to identify one village in each constituency. He said that in Raipur-Domana constituency, the infrastructure in village Kangrail would be developed under Convergence Mode. Responding to the supplementaries by Mr. Yashpual Kundal, Mr. Harsh Dev Singh, Mr. A. R Veeri and Mr. Jugal Kishore, the Minister said that in this regard funds for 192 villages have been already released and infrastructure works in these villages would be completed in time bound manner. More Newses


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