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JK govt pre-pones vacations for summer zone schools

SRINAGAR The Jammu and Kashmir government today pre-poned the vacations for summer zone schools in Jammu division from June 4, 2018 to May 28, 2018. “In partial modification to Government Order No.703-Edu of 2018, dated 25.05.2018, the Government ordered that all the Government Educational Institutions and also recognized private Schools …

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JK Police launch drive against poppy cultivation in south Kashmir

SRINAGAR Continuing their campaign to eradicate drug menace from south Kashmir region, the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday razed poppy cultivation in several areas of Shopian and Anantnag districts. A spokesman said police destroyed about 25 Kilograms of poppy plants in Malibugh area of Imamsahib in Shopian. “Acting on …

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Restrictions imposed around SSB exam centres in Baramulla

SRINAGAR District Magistrate Baramulla, Dr Nasir Ahmad Naqash, today imposed restrictions under Section 144 of CrPC on the assembly of five or more persons and carrying of any copying material, phones or any kind of electronic devices in and around the examination centres for J&K Services Selection Board examination on …

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Police cracks whip on traffic violators in Shopian, 37 vehicles seized

SRINAGAR Thirty-seven vehicles were seized while 75 others were challaned on the spot during a special drive against traffic violators in Shopian district of southern Kashmir on Monday, police said. “During the drive, 37 vehicles were seized and 75 vehicles have been challaned on the spot. The drive will continue …

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KU, IUST postpone all exams scheduled for Monday

SRINAGAR The Kashmir University (KU) and Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) have postponed all examinations scheduled to be held  tomorrow. A KU spokesman said that all examinations scheduled to be held on Monday have been postponed, adding that fresh dates for the deferred exams will be notified separately. Meanwhile, an IUST spokesperson …

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