Kashmir Office Attendance

'Kashmir Office Attendance' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Thousands Attend Funeral Of Cop Killed In Action In Jammu And Kashmir
    India News | Written by Nazir Masoodi | Monday September 13, 2021
    Thousands attended the funeral prayers of a 25-year-old police officer who was killed by terrorists in Srinagar on Sunday.
  • Phone Lines In Kashmir Back Over Weekend, Schools Next Week: Official
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Sanket Upadhyay, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Saturday August 17, 2019
    Offices in Jammu and Kashmir have become fully functional and a good attendance has been observed, the state's Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam said in a press conference. Schools will reopen from Monday "area wise", he said, suggesting normalcy has returned after a 10-day lockdown following the centre's decision to end special status to the state.
  • Wife Of Chopper Pilot Killed In Budgam Crash Stands Strong At Cremation
    India News | Edited by Jimmy Jacob | Friday March 1, 2019
    Indian Air Force Squadron Leader Siddharth Vashisht, who was piloting a Mi-17 chopper when it crashed in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district, was cremated with full military honours at Chandigarh today. The funeral was attended by his wife Aarti Singh, also a Squadron Leader, besides relatives, military officers and local politicians.
  • How Jammu And Kashmir Solved Its Attendance Problem In Government Offices
    Srinagar News | Press Trust of India | Friday July 6, 2018
    Effective implementation of biometric attendance system in government offices has started showing tangible results as it has improved punctuality and the delivery of service, the Jammu and Kashmir government said yesterday.
  • Home Ministry Reviews Situation In Kashmir Ahead Of PM Modi's May 19 Visit
    India News | Written by Neeta Sharma | Tuesday May 8, 2018
    With Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to visit Jammu and Kashmir next Saturday, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and the centre's representative in the state, Dineshwar Sharma, discussed the situation in the valley today. The meeting lasted for over an hour, and was attended by senior level officers of the Kashmir desk at the Home Ministry.
  • Large Crowds At Funerals Of Sunjuwan Attack Victims In Kashmir Valley
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday February 14, 2018
    Scores of local residents turned out on Tuesday to attend the funerals of junior commissioned officer Muhammad Ashraf Mir and other three soldiers killed in the terror attack on the Sunjawan army camp in Jammu.
  • Police Dismiss ISIS Claims Of Orchestrating Attack In Jammu and Kashmir
    India News | Written by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal | Monday November 20, 2017
    A village in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur bid an emotional goodbye to Sub-Inspector Imran Tak on Sunday. Thousands attended the funeral of the police officer, who was killed in a shootout at Zakura on the outskirts of Srinagar on Friday.
  • Kashmir Politicians Skip Ceremony To Pay Respects To Fallen Policemen
    India News | Reported by Nazir Masoodi, Edited by Aloke Tikku | Saturday June 17, 2017
    Hundreds had turned up to attend the funeral of three Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists killed by security forces in south Kashmir. But miles away in Srinagar, there was a major gap in the ranks of those who mourned the six policemen the terrorists gunned down. None of the states's politicians had turned up to pay their respects to the policemen, even tho...
  • He Was Hit By Bullets, Missile. How Officer Chetan Kumar Cheeta Gave Death The Slip
    Delhi News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Wednesday April 5, 2017
    Central Reserve Police Force commander Chetan Kumar Cheeta was among the critically injured. He had nine bullet and high velocity missile injuries that pierced through his brain, abdomen, hands and eyes. His condition was critical, his chances of survival bleak, said doctors attending to him at AIIMS' trauma centre where he was airlifted from Base ...

'Kashmir Office Attendance' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Thousands Attend Funeral Of Cop Killed In Action In Jammu And Kashmir
    India News | Written by Nazir Masoodi | Monday September 13, 2021
    Thousands attended the funeral prayers of a 25-year-old police officer who was killed by terrorists in Srinagar on Sunday.
  • Phone Lines In Kashmir Back Over Weekend, Schools Next Week: Official
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Sanket Upadhyay, Edited by Shylaja Varma | Saturday August 17, 2019
    Offices in Jammu and Kashmir have become fully functional and a good attendance has been observed, the state's Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam said in a press conference. Schools will reopen from Monday "area wise", he said, suggesting normalcy has returned after a 10-day lockdown following the centre's decision to end special status to the state.
  • Wife Of Chopper Pilot Killed In Budgam Crash Stands Strong At Cremation
    India News | Edited by Jimmy Jacob | Friday March 1, 2019
    Indian Air Force Squadron Leader Siddharth Vashisht, who was piloting a Mi-17 chopper when it crashed in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam district, was cremated with full military honours at Chandigarh today. The funeral was attended by his wife Aarti Singh, also a Squadron Leader, besides relatives, military officers and local politicians.
  • How Jammu And Kashmir Solved Its Attendance Problem In Government Offices
    Srinagar News | Press Trust of India | Friday July 6, 2018
    Effective implementation of biometric attendance system in government offices has started showing tangible results as it has improved punctuality and the delivery of service, the Jammu and Kashmir government said yesterday.
  • Home Ministry Reviews Situation In Kashmir Ahead Of PM Modi's May 19 Visit
    India News | Written by Neeta Sharma | Tuesday May 8, 2018
    With Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to visit Jammu and Kashmir next Saturday, Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba and the centre's representative in the state, Dineshwar Sharma, discussed the situation in the valley today. The meeting lasted for over an hour, and was attended by senior level officers of the Kashmir desk at the Home Ministry.
  • Large Crowds At Funerals Of Sunjuwan Attack Victims In Kashmir Valley
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday February 14, 2018
    Scores of local residents turned out on Tuesday to attend the funerals of junior commissioned officer Muhammad Ashraf Mir and other three soldiers killed in the terror attack on the Sunjawan army camp in Jammu.
  • Police Dismiss ISIS Claims Of Orchestrating Attack In Jammu and Kashmir
    India News | Written by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal | Monday November 20, 2017
    A village in Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur bid an emotional goodbye to Sub-Inspector Imran Tak on Sunday. Thousands attended the funeral of the police officer, who was killed in a shootout at Zakura on the outskirts of Srinagar on Friday.
  • Kashmir Politicians Skip Ceremony To Pay Respects To Fallen Policemen
    India News | Reported by Nazir Masoodi, Edited by Aloke Tikku | Saturday June 17, 2017
    Hundreds had turned up to attend the funeral of three Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists killed by security forces in south Kashmir. But miles away in Srinagar, there was a major gap in the ranks of those who mourned the six policemen the terrorists gunned down. None of the states's politicians had turned up to pay their respects to the policemen, even tho...
  • He Was Hit By Bullets, Missile. How Officer Chetan Kumar Cheeta Gave Death The Slip
    Delhi News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Wednesday April 5, 2017
    Central Reserve Police Force commander Chetan Kumar Cheeta was among the critically injured. He had nine bullet and high velocity missile injuries that pierced through his brain, abdomen, hands and eyes. His condition was critical, his chances of survival bleak, said doctors attending to him at AIIMS' trauma centre where he was airlifted from Base ...
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