News Topic:Indian Passport

Govt asks passport verifying agencies not to insist on Vigilance clearance

Government has asked passport authorities as well as verifying agencies not insist on latest Vigilance clearance from its employees.

No passport for corrupt employees in J-K

In what could spell trouble for employees involved in corruption cases, the administration of J-K UT made vigilance clearance mandatory.

e-Governance: Applying for Birth, Death Certificate & Passports made convenient

SRINAGAR — With the high number of births and deaths in the country, it is almost impossible for India to keep a check on all...

Passport Office cautions applicants against fake websites

SRINAGAR — Regional Passport Officer Srinagar today informed all passport applicants applying for the Indian passport to apply online only on registered passport website...

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SC to deliver landmark verdict on Article 370 abrogation on December 11

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Tragic accident claims five lives as vehicle plunges into gorge on Zojila Pass

Five local residents of Kargil area were killed after a Xylo vehicle, in which they were travelling, rolled down into a deep gorge on Zojila Pass in Ganderbal.

KPDCL intensifies crackdown on illegal power consumption

To improve the situation of power in the valley, the Kashmir Power Distribution Corporation Limited has intensified its drive against illegal power consumption.

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