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Bandipora: Bandipora police busted a fake job racket in Sumbal and arrested 3 persons. Based on a specific information regarding innocent youths being misguided and duped by a group of people on the pretext of providing jobs in various government departments, FIR No. 23/2021 U/S 120B, 420 IPC was registered in police station Sumbal and investigation taken up. Taking cognizance of the case a Special Investigation Team (SIT) was constituted on the directions of SSP…

‘This is limit of injustice. Should we talk about it or remain silent’ Srinagar: Former Chief Minister of PDP-BJP coalition in erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir State, Mehbooba Mufti, on Tuesday said , “our Lands are being sold, our sand contracts are being given to non-locals, local business is being killed, our jobs are sold to outsiders and after all this, the Government has imposed silence on Kashmir, nobody is allowed to talk.” Mehbooba Mufti said that…

Srinagar: Police on Monday claimed to have busted a fake job racket by arresting five people. The police said that on a specific information Police station Baramulla arrested Five persons namely, 01.Hafizulla Lone son of Gh. Hassan lone resident of Diver Lolab, Ashiq Hussain Naik son of Ghulam Nabi Naik resident of Kralgund Qazigund Kulgam and Ather-ul-islam son of Ab Samad Lone resident of Devar Lo lab Kupwara, Ajaz ahmad lone son of Abdul Gani…

Srinagar: The students of Sher-i-Kashmir University for Agricultural Sciences, SKUAST-K have gone on an indefinite strike after the administration failed to create any job opportunity for Horticulture passouts for the last 14 years. The University administration started the Horticulture Department in 2007 with promises of a bright future in the most vibrant sector of the economy of Jammu & Kashmir. However, the promises have fallen flat, as over 800 passouts continue to remain jobless till…

Ladakh: A year after the bifurcation of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, the youth of Ladakh are crying for job opportunities as the region is witnessing a surge in the unemployment scale. The residents believe that the recruiting board in the newly created Union Territory (UT) of Ladakh have been rendered dysfunctional for a year now and no new job placements are taking place. The worried youth said that for the past one…

The protesting Pandits say that the government has been providing jobs and opportunities to migrant Pandits, but they have been left to fend for themselves The Pandits have sat on a ‘fast-unto-death’ strike untill their demands are fulfilled Srinagar: As the sun sets in Haba Kadal, Vasundhara, a 26-year-old non-migrant Kashmiri Pandit packs her bag at Ganesh Mandir and leaves for her home, only to return again the morning, to join the Fast-Unto-Death. Vasundhara, along…