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J&K Travel Guide / Baghe-Bahu Aquarium: If you are a family who love fishes then this is the place to visit | Omar incorruptible, epitomizes clean governance – NC | Rohit Sharma makes classy comeback as India A wins comfortably against Sri Lankans | North Zone Inter University Badminton (Men & Women) Championship At Ju | FEM-BIO | Star Plus' Veera completes two years | Thakur Anoop Singh in Big Magic's Akbar Birbal | Vibhav Roy replaces Siddharth Arora as Ishaan in Zee TV's Doli Armaanon Ki | No Shiv Sena leader to be inducted in Maha govt but talks on: BJP | ADGP Armed reviews election preparedness | Become partners to shape politically stable, economically vibrant JK: Mufti to youth | Delegation of JK Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian calls on Governor | JU VC distributes certificates to JUSG; the programme held under Star Scheme of NSDC | Young blood puts faith in BJP | PG Diploma in Bio-Informatics launched at JU | Jmc Conducts Demolition Drive | Madan demands Regional Council for Jammu | DEO briefs political parties, officers about MCC | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Govt decision over exams in valley triggers debate, leads to divided opinion | A bridge too far! / These children too have their right to live, learn and progress in live | Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats | For J&K it is a dream Traffic light system to change for Ambulances, Fire brigades in Bangalore | Fearing their fate Congress leaders on run, looking for safe heavens | 1 killed, 30 hurt in road accident at Rajouri | 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Centre announces Rs 5L compensation to kin of 3325 victims | Prof R D Sharma given charge of JUVC | Power shutdown | AP disputed area; India should do more to maintain peace: China | Petrol, diesel prices likely to be cut by Rs 2.50/ltr from Friday midnight | Pranks yet again Pak-based fake-lottery scam: Delhi police move ahead | Irony of unemployment 80,000 posts still vacant in Govt departments | Dangerous withdrawal | Bit of grey | The Moral Principle and the Material Interest | The Crimson Candle | The Blotted Escutcheon and the Soiled Ermine | Science lessons | Young Bites Citizen Journalist | Army to hold special recruitment rally on Nov 2 | BJP committed to bring Train to Poonch: Vibodh | DEO reviews election preparedness | Change imminent in J&K: PDP | Give befitting reply to divisive forces: Majid Wani to voters | Army donates furniture items to Govt middle school, Bandhwa | 9 nomination forms issued in Ramban, Banihal | Medical camps organized at Rajouri, Ladakh | Food processing training of ST women concludes | SIE Jammu organizes quiz competition | Ban on drugs, wine demanded | JKAACL organises Multi-Lingual Kahani Goshthi | Slash transport fares demands SRS | BJP launches 'All In One Number' | Fearing de-recognition pvt schools deny implementation of mass promotion | Union Highways Ministry approves alignment of NH-1B | Govt scrutinizes Model Code of Conduct violations | DEO Kulgam for strict adherence to MCC | Congress district president joins PC | Election Control Room established | Assembly Elections CEO holds Media Workshop | DC Baramulla reviews Muharum arrangements | Licenses of 3 drug establishments suspended | Lok Adalat settles 9 cases | DC chairs reviews meeting at Shopian | Back dated appointments becoming order of day in JK: Alam/Says fretful system must end, urges ECI to act against MCC violations | Police cracks whip against separatists | Bait-ul-Hilal health camp on Nov 2 | Allegations baseless and fabricated, claims Kitchloo | 1 dead, 4 hurt in road accidents | Woman dies after hit by army vehicle | Shiv Sena to skip BJP government swearing-in ceremony? | Sri Lankan court awards death penalty to five Indian fishermen | ISRO plans second Mars Mission with rover and lander in 2018 | Devendra Fadnavis' daughter Divija breaks Supriya Sule's record | Black money: Info can't be disclosed outside specific proceedings, says Switzerland | Cyclone Nilofar weakens before landfall; rains expected in Kutch, Saurashtra | Black money list: Only 27 out of 627 to be prosecuted, govt to get mere Rs 750 crores | Judiciary update | Education | Market Action | Sensex at new closing high, record market turnover | Basket Ball selection trials from Nov 2 at MAM stadium | Advani becomes first player to bag triple double | Sachin Tendulkar inducted into Bradman Hall of Fame | Career Counselling | Life Full of Colors | Poem Pub | Naukri | NPP leader addresses public rally, seeks vote | Div Com reviews arrangements for darbar move to winter capital | Flood victims cry foul over distribution of compensation | Reen pays obeisance at Baway Wali Mata temple | Education department throws transfer policy norms to winds | Assembly Elections 2014 DGP visits South Kashmir districts, takes stock of security scenario, election preparedness | ICCR brings Malaysian dancers for Jammu audience |

 
Front Page Stories
Govt decision over exams in valley triggers debate, leads to divided opinion
'Continue the March session or reverse the decision,

Arun Bali Srinagar, Oct 30 The decision of the government to hold the examinations in March in wake of the devastating floods has triggered a debate not only among the academic circles but on the sRead More
A bridge too far! / These children too have their right to live, learn and progress in live
Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats
For J&K it is a dream Traffic light system to change for Ambulances, Fire brigades in Bangalore
Fearing their fate Congress leaders on run, looking for safe heavens
1 killed, 30 hurt in road accident at Rajouri
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Centre announces Rs 5L compensation to kin of 3325 victims
Prof R D Sharma given charge of JUVC
Power shutdown
AP disputed area; India should do more to maintain peace: China
Petrol, diesel prices likely to be cut by Rs 2.50/ltr from Friday midnight
Pranks yet again Pak-based fake-lottery scam: Delhi police move ahead
Irony of unemployment 80,000 posts still vacant in Govt departments
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PDD Jammu daily wagers allege discrimination

Rayees Wani
Jammu:- Despite direction of state cabinet for regularization Power Development Department (PDD) 3000 daily wagers the verification process of Jammu province has not started yet on other side in Kashmir valley list of regularized daily wagers were published. On assurance of state government that their demands would be fulfill within one month and daily wagers culminated their agitation demanding regularization of daily wagers after lapse of several months but no measures have been taken in this regard. Sources told to Young Bites that the state cabinet approves the regularization of 3000 daily wagers on 30th august despite the lapse of two months and on direction cabinet but Jammu province PDD has been not started the process of verification. All Jammu and Kashmir PDD daily wager Union President Kulbir Singh alleged that state government was discriminating and adopting delay tactics with Jammu province daily wagers on other hand they had started the verification procedure within week at Kashmir Valley “If there is one department Jammau and Kashmir then why this discrimination with Jammu province Daily wagers “ he rued He also said that the regularization process of 1170 daily wagers of Kashmir valley was finished and their lists have been published last week. On other hand 1250 daily wagers have received notification from Chief Engineer Shenhaz Goni on 9th Oct that their verification process would be started on 5th Nov this year. He also said that these daily wagers have been working in PDD department since last 18 years and exerting regular wages. “If they have been working from since last 18 years why the PDD taking much time for verification of daily wagers” he claimed.
 
 
 
 
 
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