News Topic:Contractors

In absence of Executive Engineer, contractors suffer in Pulwama

In absence of Executive Engineer, Rural Engineering Pulwama, contractors who are working for the Rural Development Department are suffering.

Ban on sand, gravel and mining should be lifted: JKCCC

SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir Contractors Coordination Committee Chairman, Ghulam Jeelani Purza on Monday demanded release of dues of contractors from various departments and...

Contractors in Tral stage protest, accuse officer of ‘corruption’

TRAL — MGNREGA Contractors on Wednesday staged a protest accusing an officer of ‘cheat and deceit’.The contractors assembled in the premises of Block Development...

Employees, contractors suffer in absence of any MD in Housing Board

SRINAGAR — In absence of a permanent Managing Director, Jammu and Kashmir Housing Board has been running headless since June 30. The headless Board...

Developmental works halted as extraction of building material banned in Kashmir

Valley-based contractors associated with the construction business are aghast over the non-availability of building material.

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Locals rally for Amarnath Yatra’s success as livelihood opportunities soar: J-K LG

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that the local residents are making immense contributions to the successful conduct of the Yatra.
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Kashmiri student mysteriously found dead in Kolkata college hostel

A young student from central Kashmir’s Budgam district was found dead at a college hostel in the West Bengal capital city of Kolkatta.

Miracle in 24 Hours: Over Rs 80 lakh crowdfunded for Pulwama’s leukemia patient

In less than 24 hours, over Rs 80 lakh was crowdfunded for a leukemia patient from Pulwama.

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India and 13 other countries violate pledge to uphold free internet, SurfShark study reveals

Surfshark's study reveals how India and 13 other countries violated their pledge to uphold free internet despite supporting a UN resolution on human rights online.