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Governor reviews SVC's half yearly Progress Report
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 28: Governor N. N. Vohra today reviewed State Vigilance Commission's work done during the period 1st July - 31st December 2016 in regard to: (i) disposal of complaints by the State Vigilance Commission (SVC); (ii) disposal of verifications/ Preliminary Enquiries (PEs)/ Joint Surprised Checks (JSCs)/ FIRs by the State Vigilance Organization (SVO); and (iii) cases pending trial before Special Courts. Raj Bhavan Spokesman recalled that.........................

Chenani-Nashri tunnel to be commissioned in March 
JAMMU, FEB 28: Chairman, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) Yudhvir Singh Malik called on the Minister for Works, Naeem Akhtar here today to review the progress of upgradation of Srinagar-Jammu national highway and other key road communication projects in the State. NHAI chairman has been deputed to J&K on a two-day visit by Union Road and Surface Transport Ministry to personally review the progress of the key highway and other road projects in the state and submit a report to the Prime..................

 
 
 
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House Panel reviews status of Govt assets outside JK

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 28: The Departmental Related Standing Committee (DRSC-III) of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council has called for taking appropriate measures for proper upkeep and retrieval of government assets located in different States of the country. The DRSC that met here today under the chairmanship of Dr Bashir Ahmad Shah Veeri reviewed the status of assets and.....................

 

Govt ropes in Rodic Consultants to prepare connectivity plan 

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 28: The State Government has roped in Rodic Consultants Private Ltd to formulate a comprehensive connectivity plan for Jammu and Kashmir. This was announced at a meeting of the representatives of Rodic Consultants with the Minister for Works, Naeem Akhtar here last evening. Commissioner Secretary R&B.....................

Govt begins registering post-2016 migrants out of Valley
JAMMU, FEB 28: The PDP-BJP Government has started fresh registration of the people migrating from the Valley due to threat to their security following the 2016 Kashmir unrest. "The fresh registration is being done for the people who have migrated (to Jammu) due to threat in Kashmir following 2016 Kashmir unrest," Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner Y P Suman said. As per the reports over 110 people of Muslim community have been registered..................

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Govt seeks AG, SG's views on all-India judicial service
NEW DELHI, FEB 28: The government has sought views of two of its top law officers on the formation of an all-India judicial service, an issue which is hanging in fire since 1960 due to difference of opinion between the states and the judiciary. At a recent meeting chaired by Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, it was decided to seek the views of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi and Solicitor General......................

CRPF DG retires; Lakhtakia to hold additional charge
NEW DELHI, FEB 28: The country's largest paramilitary force, CRPF was today rendered without a regular chief after its Director General K Durga Prasad retired without a successor being named. The Union Home Ministry issued an order appointing CRPF Additional DG Sudeep Lakhtakia in "additional charge of the post of DG, Central Reserve Police Force from tomorrow till the appointment and joining of regular successor." Prasad, a................

 

PM meets J&K youth, emphasizes on importance of sports, sportsman spirit
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today spoke of the efforts being made by the Union Government to improve connectivity and infrastructure in Jammu and Kashmir. Interacting with the group of more than 100 youth and children from J&K, he told them that working hard was never a cause for exhaustion and completion of a task brings satisfaction greater than any sense of exhaustion. He also emphasized upon the importance.....................

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Hundreds gather for peace, to celebrate Kansas victim's life 
Houston, Feb 27: Hundreds of people in Kansas City joined a peace march and prayer vigil, celebrating the life of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla cut short in a senseless triple shooting incident at a pub in an apparent hate crime. Marchers held pictures, banners and shouted, "We want peace"; "We love peace"; "Let us not...............

India should accept asymmetry with China: Chinese media
Beijing, Feb 27: India should acknowledge "asymmetry" in its ties with China and learn from Beijing how it took a "back seat" to maximise gains from bilateral ties with the US, state-run Chinese media said on Monday. "One lesson India may learn from China is be honest with oneself. Asymmetry in economic and geopolitical power is.............

Donald Trump to sign new travel order on Wednesday
Washington, Feb 27: US President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new refugee and immigration executive order on Wednesday, a day after addressing lawmakers at a joint session of Congress. That's according to a senior administration official. Trump initially planned to sign the new order last week, but spokesman Sean Spicer said the president was holding off "to make.............

 
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