Civil Secretariat News
Weeks after scrapping of Article 370, flag of Jammu and Kashmir removed from civil secretariat in Srinagar
Under Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir was permitted to have its own flag, which was red in colour with three equidistant white vertical strips and a white plough
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Jammu and Kashmir administration announces opening of middle-level schools across Valley from Wednesday
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Monday announced that middle-level schools across Kashmir Valley will open from Wednesday.
As J&K govt readies to shift base to Jammu, police prepares database of 'floating population', foreign nationals
Ahead of this year's darbar move from Srinagar to Jammu winter capital city, a top police officer Thursday directed all SHOs to prepare a database of the floating populations and foreign nationals, including Rohingyas, living in the city to foil any terror design.
The Jammu and Kashmir Congress on Sunday extended support to a bandh call given by a traders federation for Monday and accused the PDP-BJP government of "total failure" in meeting expectations of the people.
A dawn-to-dusk bandh called by Opposition Congress to protest against the government's 'failure' to remove the indefinite road and railway blockade by Indigenous People's Front Tripura (IPFT) has evoked a mixed response.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday expressed a deep concern over the burning of schools in the Kashmir valley and termed it "unfortunate".
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on his arrival at the civil secretariat was received by the ministers, top level bureaucrats, officers, employees and office bearers of the civil secretariat Non-Gazetted Employees Union.