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Delhi using NIA to break PDP: Mehbooba

Rising Kashmir Desk

Srinagar, July 20: Former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti Friday said New Delhi was threatening her Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) legislators saying the National Investigation Agency (NIA) would start investigations against them if they do not break away from the party.In an interview to ETV Urdu, the PDP President said, “There are few legislators who have come to me about this NIA thing. I don’t want to name them here. They told me that when New Delhi failed to lure us by money and ministersRead
NIA, ED can’t instil fear: Mirwaiz

NIA, ED can’t instil fear: Mirwaiz

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 20:Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Friday said that the Government ...Read

Missing minor murdered brutally

Missing minor murdered brutally

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, July 20: A pall of gloom descended Gulgam village in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on...Read

Farooq appeals for Kashmir peace, talks with Pak

Farooq appeals for Kashmir peace, talks with Pak

Press Trust of India

New Delhi, July 20: Former Jammu Kashmir chief minister and National Conference President Farooq Abdullah...Read

Govt reconstitutes panel on sexual harassment at workp

Govt reconstitutes panel on sexual harassment at ...

Sameer Showkin Lone

Srinagar, July 20:The government Friday reconstituted a panel on prevention of sexual harassment at wor...Read

JKP to use body cameras in operations: DGP

JKP to use body cameras in operations: DGP

Javid Ahmad

Srinagar, July 20: With an aim to strengthen security and improve general policing, Jammu Kashmir Police...Read

Govt seeks details of orders issued without cabinet or

Govt seeks details of orders issued without cabin...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 20: The government has sought details of all the orders issued in the recent past by some...Read

‘Over 90% complaints disposed of in Governor’s admin’

‘Over 90% complaints disposed of in Governor’s ad...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 20:Over 90 percent of the complaints received by Governor Narinder Nath Vohra’s ad...Read

Govt admits killing civilians after 28 years

Govt admits killing civilians after 28 years

Riyaz Bhat

Srinagar, July 20: After 28 years, the State government admitted that nine civilians were killed in indi...Read

HC issues notice to Govt over accused cop’s dismissal

HC issues notice to Govt over accused cop’s dismi...

Rising Kashmir News

Jammu, July 20:Jammu Kashmir High Court Friday issued a notice to the State government seeking its r...Read

Mittal to be JK Chief Justice

Mittal to be JK Chief Justice

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 20: Delhi High Court Acting Chief Justice, Gita Mittal is likely to be the new Chief Just...Read

Govt constitutes official panel for Panchayat, UL...

Yawar Hussain

Srinagar, July 19: The government Thursday constituted State and Divisional level committees for prepari...Read

Depts asked not to depute officers outside JK wit...

Rising Kashmir News

Srinagar, July 19: The government Thursday asked its departments not to depute any officer or official f...Read

News

Faculty position applicants smell rat in SKIMS selecti

Faculty position applicants smell rat in SKIMS se...

'Mansoor Peer '

'Srinagar, July 20: 'Smelling rat, applicants who have applied for the professor and assistant professor vacancies at SK Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Soura, Friday accused the authorities of floating the recruitment laws. The yet to be declared selection list of faculty ... Read

Hurriyat (G) concerned over ‘worsen...

Srinagar, July 20: Hurriyat Conference (G) Friday expressed anguish and co...Read

Minor drowned to death in Poonch

Poonch:A minor boy died on Friday due to drowning in a water t...Read

JKPCC welcomes constitution of new ...

Srinagar July 20: The J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Friday w...Read

City

Ill-planned installation of electric poles in Karan Na

Ill-planned installation of electric poles in Kar...

'Musaib Mehraj'

'Srinagar, July 20:'Traders in Karan Nagar area of Srinagar city are anguished over the decades old ill-planned installation of electric poles one after another in the main market. The agitated traders said the poles pose threat to their lives, property and also obstruct the flow... Read

Ropeway to Makhdoom Sahab shrine fa...

Srinagar, July 20:Jammu and Kashmir Cable Car Corporation’s (JKCCC)...Read

Workshop-cum-practical training pro...

Srinagar, July 20:HOPE Disability Centre (NGO), Srinagar, in collaboratio...Read

Workshop-cum-practical training pro...

Srinagar, July 20:HOPE Disability Centre (NGO), Srinagar, in collaboratio...Read

Kashmir

Over 314 quintals of polythene seized this year

Over 314 quintals of polythene seized this year

'Rising Kashmir News'

' Srinagar, July 20: 'Advisor to Governor K Vijay Kumar today stressed on the officials of the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) to be more active, responsive and interactive while performing their duties of enactment of various laws of Environment protection.He said this while ... Read

Samoon chairs state road safety cou...

Srinagar, July 20: Principal Secretary, Transport Department, Dr. Asgar Sa...Read

Secy RDD for creating awareness abo...

Srinagar, July 20: Stressing the importance to bring transparency and acco...Read

222 Kupwara villages identified for...

Kupwara, July 20:Commissioner Secretary Power Development Department, Hr...Read

Jammu

Chopper service providers fined for violating agreemen

Chopper service providers fined for violating agr...

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''Press Trust of IndiaJammu: Hundreds of pilgrims performing the Shri Hud Mata Yatra in the remote Dachan mountainous belt in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar district are facing hardships due to the failure of two private helicopter service providers to operate, of... Read

Two rape accused among three abscon...

Jammu: Three persons, including two rape accused, were on Frid...Read

DC Udhampur flags off Hajj pilgrims

Jammu:District Development Commissioner Udhampur, Ravinder Ku...Read

DC Reasi interacts with civil socie...

Jammu:District Development Commissioner Prasanna Ramaswamy G ...Read

Editorial

 Right to Information

 Right to Information

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''Is the Right to Information (RTI) an impasse and should people still pin their hopes on the powerful yet impotent act – the relevance of these questions after nine years of its enactment (RTI Act) has become important. To ensure transparency in governanc... Read

Roads and unattended objects

With road mishaps taking the highest toll in the form o...Read

Police, politics and promises

On July 13, the top cop DGP S P Vaid appealed the peopl...Read

Marriages delayed

The mass marriage ceremony of 105 couples from various ...Read

Opinion

“Muslim” Meal on Air India to protect Hindus from “Hal

“Muslim” Meal on Air India to protect Hindus from...

'Saeed Naqvi'

''On an Air India flight from London the hostess walked down the aisle taking orders for dinner. She leaned over and asked almost conspiratorially. “May I serve you your Muslim meal now?” “Muslim meal?” I asked with a start, casting a gla... Read

Kashmir and Article 370

Kashmir is in news again. The people in previous assemb...Read

Football proved to be a great level...

The greatest and formidable sports event on earth &ndas...Read

Time to redefine the role of our im...

There has been an exponential increase in the number of...Read

Business

Infested mangoes flood Kashmir markets

Infested mangoes flood Kashmir markets

'Sabreen Ashraf'

'Srinagar: 'Most of the mangoes transported to Kashmir are either damaged, over ripened or infested and likely to cause diseases.The customers have been complaining that the mangoes in the markets are mostly infested and government is not taking any action against the fru... Read

Primary Angioplasty at Noora hospit...

Srinagar:Primary Angioplasty had been successfully done for the ...Read

Transporters’ indefinite strike wor...

Srinagar: The indefinite strike by transporters have caused panic...Read

Dr. Hina urges youth to avail KVIC ...

Srinagar, July 20: In order to apprise the youth of various centrally spon...Read

Sports

DGP declares 16th Police Football Tournament open

DGP declares 16th Police Football Tournament open

'Rising Kashmir News'

'SRINAGAR, JULY 20: 'Director General of Police, J&K Dr. S.P Vaid declared open the 16th J&K Police Martyrs’ Memorial Football Tournament-2018 at Synthetic Turf TRC Ground here on Friday. The tournament is being organized by J&K Police annually under Civic Action... Read

Kashmir Harvard organises cycling c...

Srinagar:Kashmir Harvard Educational Institute Department of Phy...Read

Selection trials for Thang-ta Fed C...

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Thang-Ta Association is going to cond...Read

Police Football Tournament to begin...

Srinagar:The 16th J&K Police Martyrs Memorial Football Tourn...Read

Viewpoint

Religious Pilgrimages: State regulations and environme

Religious Pilgrimages: State regulations and envi...

'J. Aslam'

''mjaslam09@gmail.com There are two most important Hindu religious pilgrimages of India: Gangotri-Gurmukhand Amarnath cave shrine. Both are located among glacial bodies and both have had religious fervourand ecological concerns. In this write up, I will try to h... Read

Applied sciences as career option

aijazpapers@gmail.com Education is an infinite and cont...Read

Why RTI autonomy matters

Mumbai MirrorModigovt’s bid to amend the landmark law will end...Read

Importance of an elected government

sheikhshabir518@gmail.com The State of Jammu Kashmir at...Read

Responses

SKIMS exam

SKIMS exam

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''Dear Editor, Through Rising Kashmir I want to make an appeal to the Registrar of SKIMS, Soura. I am one of the applicants of the PhD examination to be held on July 17, 2018. I have been in touch with the administration and the staff. We have a very deep appreh... Read

Summer vacations

This is regarding the announcement of summer vacations ...Read

Postponed exams

Dear Editor, This is to bring to your kind notice that ...Read

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