News Topic:Government Employees

J-K Govt issues social media guidelines for employees

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has issued a circular regarding the use of social media by its employees.

JKECC seeks one-hour early departure from office work for employees during Ramadan

J&K Employees Coordination Committee (JKECC) has urged the LG administration to facilitate government offices' staff to leave one hour before the office leaving time.

Govt forms panels for verification of service records of employees

The government on Friday constituted committees at the Administrative Department level and District and Directorate level for verifying the service records.

All J&K Patwar Association calls off strike

The All Jammu and Kashmir Patwar Association called off its strike after 11 days on Saturday.

Five employees suspended for releasing ‘excess’ payment under MGNREGA in Budgam

Five employees have been suspended and an enquiry has been initiated for releasing excess payment under MGNREGA in block SK Pora in central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

After 310 days, Kashmiri Pandit employees suspend strike

The government employees from Kashmiri Pandit community here on Saturday suspended their strike after over 300 days.

J-K Govt dismisses three employees for anti-national activities

The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Sunday dismissed three employees under Article 311 of the Constitution of India for their involvement in 'anti-national' activities.

Teacher suspended for criticizing government in Ramban

A teacher has been suspended for allegedly criticizing policies of the government on social media platforms in Ramban district.

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Tractor drivers protest in Kulgam

Scores of tractor drivers on Saturday held a peaceful protest in Ashmuji area of southern Kashmir's Kulgam district and demanded work from the government.
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Young boy commits suicide in Pulwama village

A heartbreaking incident unfolded in southern Kashmir's Pulwama district as a young boy took his own life by strangulation.

Police register case into edited video portraying people raising objectionable slogans in Rajouri

Jammu and Kashmir Police have registered a case regarding an edited video showing people raising objectionable slogans during a procession in Kalakote Rajouri.

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