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J&K Travel guide | PDP organizes meet of intellectuals at Trikuta Nagar | PDP has proved how to bring accountability, transparency in governance: Mufti | Huge voter turnout in J&K, J’khand positive sign of democracy: Rajnath | Voter turnout reflects overwhelming desire for change: Mehbooba | J&K Elections 4 BJP delegations met me, sought support for BJP: Grand Mufti | DGP hails security agencies for ensuring peaceful polls | Tawi Trekkers organizes adventure cum heritage programme | Hughes in critical condition after being hit by bouncer | Indian seamers make early impact | FEM-BIO | Neha decides not to marry Aman, expresses herself in a letter in Sony TV's Itti Si Khushi | Sonal Parihar and Aarya DharamChand Kumar to feature in Savdhan India | Ishaani to get drawn towards RV; Chirag to come up with a major twist in Colors' Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi | CBI tells court it was not permitted to examine Manmohan Singh | Hope SAARC Summit will lead to concrete outcomes: Modi | Political dynasties responsible for JK's backwardness, corruption: Sajad Lone | Political renegades, Ikhwanis being used to subdue Kashmiris: Karra | 'I have no power to check stone-pelting in Sonawari': Lone | Sat Sharma goes D2D, Covers areas of Ward Number 28 and 18 of Jammu West | Jamwal for focussed attention towards faster development of Jammu West | Several join NSF at JU campus | Blue Day At Toddlers' World | NCP announces mandate to Cong leader | BJP must clear its stand on Article 370 and DPs POJK settlement package: Sham Sharma | SVEEP progs, rallies held at Poonch | DHS organizes workshop for female teachers, women groups | Saroori thanks people of Doda district | Why Should I Vote ? | Film review | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Grievances/Expectations | Amid terror threats, people vote in abundance | Saloora witnesses huge turnout in the absence of militancy | Congress to sweep first phase of elections: Azad | Where was Shafi Uri during 2005 earthquake, 2014 Bela floods: Asks Taj | Ready for talks but ball in India's court: Sharif | J&K Elections | The Change: 2008 V/S 2014 | Sonawari records highest percentage, Ganderbal least | Voters defy separatists' poll boycott call | Omar Government Was Lethargic: Rahul | NC will emerge as single-largest party again: Omar | NC Neither Weak, Nor Untouchable | Jharkhand voters defy Maoists, cast ballot | 152 ceasefire violations along Indo-Pak border this year: Govt | Frying Pan and the Fire | Children’s column | Under the net | Young Bites Citizen Journalist | DEO Holds Meeting with Political Parties | Women, Differently abled persons made aware of voting rights | Training on poll process, SMS monitoring held | Arunima Sinha meets Governor | Civil defense training programme orgnaised Jammu | AJHLA alleges discrimination for Jammu based projects | MLC demands disbursement of relief to affected families | BJP's trajectory in JK: Party had one seat in 2002, 11 in 2008 and aims at 44 in 2014 | Police Observer available at DPL Budgam | Police Observer available at DPL Budgam | Candidates smell rat in draftsman posts advertised by SSB | BJP wants to get rid of brokers: Jehangir 'Modi's performance has frustrated Cong leaders' | Omar's Sonawar rival files nomination | Ganderbal Resentment against Omar imminent | Passport Office to remain open on weekdays | Poll arrangements reviewed at Budgam | EVM training imparted to poll staff of Handwara, Langate | Seizes flood affected food articles | 1 died, 6 injured in road accidents | Domestic help found dead in Srinagar | 7 shopkeepers arrested for using domestic LPG for commercial purposes | 472 Naxals surrendered this year, highest in 3 years: Govt | Qatar pledges USD 1 million to Anti-Doping Research Fund | Cong, opposition parties trying to save those with black money: Govt | India votes against UNGA resolution on death penalty | Judiciary update | Education | Mugdaa Shah to essay a cameo role in Sasural Simar Ka | Market Action | Sensex ends 160 points lower amid volatile trade | 60th NS Games under 14 Boys- Girls in Badminton concludes | Selection Trial of Junior Kabaddi Teams | Cricket Tournament Conducted At Jhangar | Career Counselling | Life Full of Colors | Poem Pub | Naukri |

 
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Amid terror threats, people vote in abundance
Over 70 pc turnout recorded, likely to increase

Vikas Sharma Jammu, Nov 25 Defying separatists’ election boycott call and braving cold weather, voters turned out in large numbers on Tuesday to record over 70 per cent polling without any incidentRead More
Saloora witnesses huge turnout in the absence of militancy
Congress to sweep first phase of elections: Azad
Where was Shafi Uri during 2005 earthquake, 2014 Bela floods: Asks Taj
Ready for talks but ball in India's court: Sharif
J&K Elections
The Change: 2008 V/S 2014
Sonawari records highest percentage, Ganderbal least
Voters defy separatists' poll boycott call
Omar Government Was Lethargic: Rahul
NC will emerge as single-largest party again: Omar
NC Neither Weak, Nor Untouchable
Jharkhand voters defy Maoists, cast ballot
152 ceasefire violations along Indo-Pak border this year: Govt
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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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