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Friday, October 31, 2014
 

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Gole Gujral land issue: Whose land is it any way; JDA or Claimants? Part II
JDA trespassing into private lands of claimants, finds demarcation report of Regional Director Survey & Land Records
10/31/2014 3:14:40 AM
JAMMU: In a follow up to the story published by JOURNEY LINE in it issue dated 30th Oct. 2014 where in it was reported that the Revenue Court of Deputy Commissioner Jammu has held in favour of residents/claimants of the area and against the JDA with regard to the Gole Gujral lands where the JDA is trying to create a colony and is trespassing and forcibly taking possession over the lands of private people and claimants living there from last many years. Sources informed that the said Order of the Deputy Commissioner Jammu was challenged by the JDA before the High Court of J&K which has stayed the proceedings in the matter, though the JDA officers have chosen not to respond to the news by now. Sources also informed that in order to settle the issue in proper perspective a joint committee was formed to demarcate the entire chunk of land situated at Khasra no. 746 Gole Gujral using the ETS method. A committee under The Regional Director Survey & Land Records submitted demarcation report of Khasra No. 746 of village Gole to the Divisional Commissioner, Jammu vide No. RDS&LR/Estt/J/187-88 dated 20-6-2014. Few of the other members comprised of Tehsildar Jammu Development Authority, and another officer of the JDA, Tehsildar Settlement Jammu, Naib Tehsildar Settlement Gole Tehsil Jammu and Patwari Halqa Gole I have prepared a map of the entire chunk of land at Khasra No, 746 si...
 
2 killed, 23 injured as mini bus plunges into gorge in Rajouri
10/31/2014 3:13:52 AM
JAMMU, Oct 30: Two people were killed and around 23 got injured, four of them critically, when a mini bus they were travelling in skidded off the road and plunged into a deep gorge in mountainous Rajouri district. “The mini bus was on way from Laam Nowshera to Khaak, Kandi, this evening, which turned turtle and plunged into 150-feet deep gorge near Buddi Morh,” a senior police official here said. He said that negligent and rash driving was the reason behind the mishap. Rescue operation was launched and the injured were shifted to the district hospital from where the four critically injured were referred to the Government Medical College and Hospital here. The police officer said t...
Probe into pics bragging about “king size” life of DIG
10/31/2014 3:13:44 AM
JAMMU: Police authorities today ordered a probe into picture posts of the Jammu-Kathua range DIG by his son bragging about "king size" life and privileges given by the government to his father. "Yes, probe has been ordered (into JK DIG's son posts pictures bragging about 'king size' life)," a senior police officer said. Probe has been ordered by the Director General of Police (DGP) into the case of expose of DIG's picture posts. The businessman son of Jammu and Kashmir DIG has created a row by sharing some photographs on a social networking site, in which the youth purportedly brags about the perks and privileges given by the government to his father. The pictures posted on 'Instagram' ...
No first class air travel, 5-star hotel meets as Govt cuts down spending
10/31/2014 3:13:33 AM
NEW DELHI: Unveiling an austerity drive to trim fiscal deficit, the government has banned first class air travel for bureaucrats, meetings in five-star hotels and purchase of cars while freezing new appointments. The measures that are aimed at cutting non-plan spending by 10 per cent includes a ban on filling of vacant posts to reduce fiscal deficit to a 7-year low of 4.1 per cent of GDP. "Such measures are intended at promoting fiscal discipline, without restricting the operational efficiency of the government," a finance ministry statement said. "In the context of the current fiscal situation, there is a need to continue to rationalize expenditure and optimize available resources," it ...
JMC officer injured in demolition drive of Cong leader’s shops
10/31/2014 3:13:20 AM
JAMMU: An official of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) was today injured in a clash during an anti-encroachment drive against shops built by a Congress leader here. Chief Enforcement Officer, Rajesh Gupta, was injured in the clash which occurred during the demolition of four shops built by Congress leader Surinder Singh Shingari on government land/state land at Maheshpura Chowk and Bakshi Nagar, a JMC spokesman said. Gupta has been hospitalised, the spokesperson added. The drive, being carried out by the Enforcement Staff led by the Chief Enforcement Officer under the guidance of Commissioner Municipal Corporation Jammu, Kiran Wattal, has been intensified against unauthorised constructi...
Modi wave will have impact in Valley: Jitendra
10/31/2014 3:13:12 AM
JAMMU: Union Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office Jitendra Singh today said that “Modi wave” will surely have an impact in the Kashmir Valley in the coming five phase Assembly polls. “BJP is fully geared up for the Assembly and you will see Modi impact in Kashmir Valley too,” Dr Singh told reporters at the sidelines of a function here this afternoon. He said, “People of Kashmir Valley are also attracting towards the BJP and the five-month working of Mr Modi as Prime Minister will be a significant factor during the polls.” Modi factor will play a positive role in Kashmir Valley also, Dr Singh said and added, “The Prime Minister will be a star campaigner during the polls period.”...
Police crackdown on separatists
10/31/2014 3:13:05 AM
SRINAGAR: Ahead of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections, police today launched a massive crackdown on separatists by arresting several top leaders. "Police has started a crackdown against JKLF throughout Kashmir and dozens of JKLF leaders including Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik have been arrested," a JKLF spokesman said. Confirming the arrest of separatist leaders, a senior police official said the step was taken as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order in the Valley. However, the officer refused to divulge the total number of arrested separatists. The JKLF spokesman said police raided the temporary office of the Front at Abi Guzar here and arrested Malik along with Vice-Cha...
 
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