J-K govt officer nabbed while taking bribe

A senior J-K government officer
was held on Thursday after being caught red handed while accepting
bribe in Ganderbal district, a State Vigilance Organisation
(SVO) spokesman said.

J-K Govt appoints 323 ReTs in Jammu division

The Jammu and Kashmir govt has appointed 323 Rehbar-e-Taleem (ReT) teachers in Jammu division, an official spokesman said here on Friday.

J-K Govt meting out step motherly treatment towards Jammu: BJP

The Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP
today accused the state government of meting out step motherly
treatment towards Jammu division.

J-K Govt misusing AFSPA, PSA: Jamaat-e-Islami

Expressing concern and anguish over
the prevailing situation in the Kashmir valley, the Jamaat-e-
Islami today alleged the Jammu and Kashmir government is
misusing AFSPA and public
safety act (PSA).

J-K govt lost credibility in just 15 months: Mufti

The Opposition PDP on Sunday alleged that
the Jammu and Kashmir government has lost credibility within
15 months of coming to power due to its autocratic policies.

Women`s quota bill needs consensus of Assembly: J-K Govt

Jammu and Kashmir Government
on Tuesday said the Women`s Reservation Bill needs the consensus of
the state Assembly for its passage in the state.

Shah not shifted to Srinagar jail due to overcrowding: Govt

J-K Govt on Wednesday
said jails in the Kashmir valley were overcrowded and cited it
as a reason for not shifting senior Hurriyat conference leader
Shabir Ahmad Shah from a prison in Kathua to the Central jail
in Srinagar.

J-K govt forms committee to look into issues of pvt colleges

The Jammu and Kashmir government
today constituted a committee to look into the issues of
management quota and fee structure for private professional

J-K Govt to take action against illegal nursing homes

Set to regulate private health
sector in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government has
started initiating stringent action against nursing homes,
diagnostic centres and clinics which are functioning

PDP to stage protests against `failures` of J-K Govt

Alleging the National
Conference-led coalition Govt in J-K has
failed to provide basic amenities to the people and stop human
rights violations, PDP on Sunday announced
its plan to stage protests across the state.

J-K Govt distances from Padma award to Ghulam Mohd Mir

J-K Govt on Tuesday sought to distance itself from the Padma Shri award to Ghulam
Mohammed Mir, a former militant, who said he deserved the
award on the basis of his anti-militancy operations.

J-K Govt asks people to participate in conservation schemes

The Jammu and Kashmir government has
offered a participatory role for people in the schemes being
implemented for conservation of the state`s natural resources.

J-K Govt sends plan for revival of co-op societies to Centre

Jammu and Kashmir government has
submitted a proposal for revival of cooperative societies in
the state to the Centre, Minister of State for Cooperatives
and Planning Manhohar Lal Sharma said on Tuesday.

J-K Govt formulates Rs 706 crore watershed project

Jammu and Kashmir government has
formulated an ambitious participatory watershed management
project costing Rs 706 crore to cover an area of 3,14,705
hectares in 11 sub-watersheds in the state.

J-K Govt`s apathy will force Pandits to migrate: HWSK

A valley-based organisation of
Pandits on Thursday said members of the community would be forced to migrate from Kashmir if the state government failed to take
measures to address to their problems, including unemployment.

SC grants 2 weeks to Centre, J-K govt on pre-paid mobile ban

The Supreme Court on Tuesday
granted two weeks time to the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir
government to respond on a petition challenging the ban on
pre-paid mobile phone services in the state.

J-K govt orders magisterial probe into Poonch mishap

Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday
ordered a magisterial probe into the road mishap in which
eight persons were killed and 32 injured in Poonch district.

J-K Govt to set up marketing outlets for artisans

The Jammu and Kashmir government
will set-up marketing outlets to benefit artisans, state
Agriculture Minister Ghulam Hassan Mir said on Sunday.

New RTI Act rules by J-K govt not `people friendly`: Experts

The new rules under the Jammu and Kashmir Right to Information Act, 2009 notified by the State government is attracting strong criticism from RTI activists, who have alleged several discrepancies in it.