News Topic:Civil Secretariat Srinagar
Jammu and Kashmir Government asked all Administrative Secretaries to direct HoDs working under their control to immediately switch over to e-office mode.
The Civil Secretariat will reopen after a gap of six months, even as it will also function from Jammu due to upsurge in COVID-19 cases.
The government on Thursday deferred Darbar Move and ordered that the Civil Secretariat shall function both in Srinagar and Jammu.
Amid lockdown over COVID-19, Jammu & Kashmir’s highest seat of power –the Civil Secretariat – opened here partially on Monday after a gap of six months.
In view of the extension of the lockdown upto May 03 and a spike in novel coronavirus cases, the J&K government on Friday deferred “formal” reopening of Darbar move offices in Srinagar till mid-June.
SRINAGAR — In an unprecedented move, the Jammu and Kashmir Government on Friday ordered that Civil Secretariat will remain functional in both the capitals...
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At least five persons are feared to have lost their lives after a vehicle they were travelling in plunged into a gorge along Zoji La Pass in Ganderbal district.
Jammu and Police inspector who was injured in a militant attack in Srinagar has succumbed to his injuries at AIIMS New Delhi on Thursday.