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Srinagar: Unidentified armed robbers on Wednesday afternoon looted around two lakh cash from a bank and decamped with a 12-bore rifle of bank guard in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district. Sources told News Agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) that some unknown gunmen probably five in number as per eyewitness barged into the J&K Bank branch located in Chandapora area of the district, and decamped with two lakh cash besides a 12-bore rifle of bank security guard and…

Tenon has deployed more than 1100 highly trained staff in Srinagar Srinagar: Tenon Group, an Integrated Security and Facility Management Service Provider, has secured a contract for facility management of the Jammu and Kashmir Bank across the Kashmir region. According to a statement by Tenon, the company has been already operating security services in the region of Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir. “Tenon has deployed more than 1100 highly trained housekeeping and FM staff…

Srinagar: On International Mother Language Day, The Jammu and Kashmir Bank released an advertisement poster on social media promoting diversity by displaying various Indian languages. However, the graphic missed an important language, that is, Kashmiri. K-Twitter reacted immediately expressing their disappointment. Gowhar Geelani, a Kashmir based author, labelled this as cultural aggression. https://twitter.com/GowharGeelani/status/1363463455311876097 While a resident of Srinagar, Mir Faheem, called it a ‘World Shame Day for J&K Bank’ . https://twitter.com/mirfaheem123/status/1363454830073765888 Kashmiri journalist Rifat Abdullah…

Part of the shares in JKB that were owned by Govt of JK to be transferred Srinagar: J&K Bank on Tuesday said its board has given in-principle approval to transfer 8.23 per cent stake to Union Territory of Ladakh. The board decided “to give its ‘In-principle approval’ for implementation of General Administration Department, Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir… in terms of which ownership of 8.23 per cent out of its (J&K Govt.) shareholding in Jammu…

Srinagar: 2021 started on a gloomy note for Kashmiris who woke up to the news that the eagerly awaited Jammu & Kashmir Bank Calendar will no longer be published in print form. This marks the end of the road for the calendar that has been a steady companion of the ebbs and flows of Kashmiri society since decades. However, to fill the void new alternatives have been sprung up that promise the start of a…