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    Supreme Court refuses to interfere with Jammu and Kashmir’s DGP appointment

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to interfere with the Jammu and Kashmir government appointing an acting director general of police (DGP). A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud issued notice and sought a reply from the Centre.

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    Supreme Court deferres hearing on Article 35A, next hearing on January 2019

    New Delhi,: The Supreme Court today adjourned to January next year the hearing on a batch of petitions challenging the Constitutional validity of Article 35 A, which provides special rights and privileges to natives of Jammu and Kashmir, after taking note of submissions of the Centre and the state government that there was a law and order problem in the state.

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    Supreme Court to hear plea seeking omission of Article 35A today

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear a petition seeking the scrapping of Article 35 A in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, three weeks after the court was adjourned. The Jammu and Kashmir government had moved an application and sought to defer the hearing of the case, citing upcoming panchayat and urban local body elections.

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    SC asks J&K government to file reply on alleged custodial torture of Kathua case witness

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court today directed the Jammu and Kashmir government to file its response on a plea alleging custodial torture of the Kathua case witness by August 27. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud fixed the matter for further hearing in August 29.

  • Jammu And Kashmir govt acts against 2010 IAS topper Shah Faesal over tweet on rape

    Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government has initiated disciplinary action against 2010-batch IAS exam topper Shah Faesal for his tweet about frequent rapes which was seen by the Centre’s  Department of Personnel and Training as his failure to maintain absolute honesty and integrity in discharge of duties.

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    Jammu and Kashmir coaching centres to remains shut for next three months

    Srinagar: In wake of the continuous protest in the Valley, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to shut the coaching centres for next three months. Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Altaf Bukhari, while talking to the media, said that the state government is focusing on providing proper schooling.

  • Shopian Firing: Jammu & Kashmir govt says Major Aditya not named as accused, SC halts probe

    New Delhi: The Jammu and Kashmir government today told the Supreme Court that Major Aditya Kumar was not named as an accused in the FIR of the January 27 Shopian firing incident in which three civilians were killed. Taking on record the statement of the state government, the apex court said there should be no investigation till April 24 in the case. “Let the matter be listed for final disposal on April

  • J&K separatist leader Asiya Andrabi appears in govt scheme’s poster

    Srinagar : In a major embarrassment for Jammu and Kashmir government, a picture of jailed separatist leader Asiya Andrabi has appeared along with Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and some other personalities in a poster on ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ campaign.

  • Jammu and Kashmir government to provide Rs 50 lakh to set up football clubs

    Srinagar:  In a bid to boost sports activities, Jammu and Kashmir government will provide Rs 50 lakh each for establishment of football clubs in villages across the state. The announcement to this effect was made by Minister for Youth Services and Sports Imran Ansari at the 132nd Standing Committee meeting of J&K State Sports Council here on Monday. Ansari also called for keeping sports infrastructure reserved for two days a week exclusively

  • Tajamul Islam demands affiliation for Kick Boxing Federation in India

    New Delhi: Kick boxing, like any other sport in India, is making its recognition courtesy junior champion Tajamul Islam, who made the country proud last year by winning the gold medal at the world Kickboxing Championship of under-eight players in Italy’s Andria region.

  • Pak forces deliberately target Indian civilians: BSF

    Jammu: Pakistani border guarding force, with active connivance of its Army, have resorted to heavy mortal shelling deliberately towards Indian civilian areas along the International Border, Inspector General of BSF D K Upadhyay said today.

  • NIT issue: Parents worried about students’ security

    Jaipur: Parents of some students hailing from Rajasthan, who are studying in NIT Srinagar, said they are worried about the security of their wards and have decided to meet the HRD minister to raise their concerns. The parents held protests in Jaipur and Kota yesterday against the J&K government for the police lathicharge in the campus on Tuesday.

  • Rajnath Singh on a weak wicket

    It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma — this business of releasing the Kashmir separatist spearhead Masarat Alam. Truth is a clear victim in the public controversy centring around his release. Neither the Jammu and Kashmir Government of Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, nor the central government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to have levelled with the people about the circumstances attendant upon his release. Unless there