1. State Cabinet is meeting under the chairmanship of Chief
Minister, Mehbooba Mufti at Civil Secretariat today at 3.30
pm to discuss some important administrative agenda. This will
be last meeting of State Cabinet at Jammu ahead of annual
Darbar move to Srinagar.
2. India and Pakistan Tuesday indulged in some plain
speaking on bilateral issues with the neighbouring country
being firmly asked not to be in denial over the impact of
terrorism on bilateral ties while Pakistan harped on Kashmir
terming it as the core issue.
3. Army has launched a massive operation in North Kashmir’s
Kupwara forests after reports of infiltration of a militant
group in the area from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK).
4. Acting tough on the tour of bureaucrats outside Jammu
and Kashmir, the State Government has directed all
Administrative Secretaries to submit detailed tour reports on
their return to the headquarters after visiting outside to the
Chief Secretary and the Principal Secretary to the Chief
5. After China formed `Theatre Command’ a couple of
months back by re-structuring military commands and giving
joint control to one Chief Military Commander, Indian Army
has also been asked to study the Chinese plan for long term
integration of three Services-Army, Indian Air Force and
Navy-to have joint commands.
6. The Government has asked State Vigilance Organization to
conduct high level enquiry into alleged malfunctioning and
mismanagement of public money during two consecutive terms
of Dinesh Gupta as Chairman of Citizen’s Cooperative Bank
7. The State High Court has reserved its orders in a PIL
seeking judicial probe in the recent killings in Handwara
after alleged molestation incident.
8. The Union Finance Ministry has constituted high level five
members Sub Committee on the issue of imposition of Central
Excise Duty on jewelers.
9. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has sought the support of
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in skill development
of the youth.
10. Describing connectivity as a prerequisite for bolstering
economic growth, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has called
for more effective coordination between different agencies so
that work on various road projects in the state is carried
forward with greater urgency.
11. An audit of vehicles hired by police for ferrying its
constabulary during the 2014 Lok Sabha and Assembly
elections in Jammu and Kashmir has found alleged
irregularities of Rs 6.09 crore due to double drawals and
hiring of fictitious vehicles.
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