News Briefs for 06 March 2022
J&K Students Association Thanks LG For Airlifting Stranded Students From GurezSrinagar 05 Mar: J&K Students Association here saturday thanked Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and his Media advisor Yatish Yadav for making special arrangements to airlift stranded candidates from Gurez valley for JKSSB exams. In a statement Spokesperson of Association Nasir Khuehami said, we express gratitude to administration for making timely arrangements for JK SSB aspirants who were stuck in Gurez due to snow fall.
BSF Fires Upon Suspected Pak Drone Along IBJammu 05 Mar: The Border Security Force (BSF) opened fire at a suspected Pakistani drone along the International Border (IB) here on Saturday, officials said as a massive search operation was launched to ensure no weapons or narcotics were dropped by it. A BSF spokesperson said alert troops of the force fired at the suspected flying object when it entered the general area of Arnia around 4.10 am.
J&K Takes Giant Leap In Ease Of Doing BusinessJammu 05 Mar: After a dismal performance for over seven decades in the industrialization sector, Jammu and Kashmir has entered into a new age of developmental trajectory with the integration of 'Single Clearance Window Portal' with the National Single Window System (NSWS), an official spokesperson said Saturday.
10,000 Land Passbooks Issued To Land Owners In District SrinagarSrinagar 05 Mar: Continuing its endeavour to accelerate the pace of recently launched land mark initiative of providing Land Passbooks to legal Owners of land, the District Administration Srinagar today hold special Camps at all Tehsil offices of the District. The camps were organized on the directions of the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad to issue Land passbooks to the legal land owners as a reform to give fillip to transparency in the service delivery mechanism in the Revenue Department.
BJP's Kashmir Leaders To Meet Nadda In JammuSrinagar 05 Mar: Bhartiya Janata Party's Kashmiri leaders would meet the BJP national president J P Nadda in Jammu on Monday. Nadda would visit Jammu on March 7 to meet the senior party leaders including the Core Group in what is being seen as the party's preparations for the upcoming assembly elections in J&K expected to be held by the year-end.
PAGD Group Of Retired, Tired People : Tarun ChughJammu 05 Mar: BharatiyaJanata Party (BJP) national general secretary and incharge Jammu and Kashmir, TarunChugh Saturday said that the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) is a group of retired and tired people with perverted mindset. Chugh said the leaders in the PAGD have retired and have 'perverted mindset as they have always played with the emotions of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.'