News Topic:Darbar Move

Darbar Move: Employees in a fix after being verbally asked to work from Jammu

Scores of employees who have been directed to start work from Jammu Secretariat have shown resentment and are in a dilemma.

Darbar Move: Govt asks employees to vacate accommodations till Aug 21

Government extended by August 21 the time period for vacation of residential accommodation at Jammu and Srinagar by ‘Darbar Move’ employees.

Ending ‘Darbar Move’ insensitive, says Mehbooba Mufti

PDP President Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday termed the ending of 149-year-old practice of 'Darbar Move' as an “insensitive” decision.

Residential accommodation of ‘Darbar Move’ employees cancelled

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday cancelled the residential accommodation of "Darbar Move" employees.

Civil Secretariat to formally reopen in summer capital tomorrow

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.

Secretariat to function at Srinagar, Jammu as Darbar Move deferred

The government on Thursday deferred Darbar Move and ordered that the Civil Secretariat shall function both in Srinagar and Jammu.

Darbar: 58 Departments to move ‘in camp’ with 33% staff

SRINAGAR — The government on Tuesday ordered that as many as 58 departments shall move 'in camp’ and 38 others ‘in full’ as part...

J&K Admin rolls out roster of Secretaries ahead of annual Darbar Move

SRINAGAR — Jammu and Kashmir administration on Monday rolled out roster for Administrative Secretaries ahead of upcoming annual Darbar Move from Jammu to Srinagar.A...

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J&K School Education Department proposes JKPSC-administered departmental exams for promotions

The School Education Department has proposed to conduct departmental examinations through the J&K Public Service Commission (JKPSC) to promote its employees.

31 militants killed in Kashmir valley this year: J&K Police

A total of 31 militants have been killed in joint operations in the Kashmir valley this year so far, police said here on Wednesday.

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