News Topic:Indian Police Service (IPS)

8 from Jammu, 2 from Ladakh in UPSC list

10 aspirants from J&K and Ladakh have made it to the civil service examination 2021, results of which were announced by the UPSC on Monday.

AGMUT Cadre: MHA lists J-K and Ladakh as ‘hard areas’

In a significant development, the Government of India has classified Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh Union Territories as “hard areas” in the joint AGMUT cadre.

IAS, IPS & IFS cadre of J&K merged with AGMUT cadre

SRINAGAR — The Central government has amended Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act to merge IAS, IPS and IFS cadre of Jammu and Kashmir with...

16 from J&K crack UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019

SRINAGAR — At least sixteen aspirants from Jammu and Kashmir have cracked the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service Exam 2019.The list of...

Basant Rath suspended for charges of ‘misbehaviour’

Government of India on Wednesday suspended Basant Rath against alleged misconduct and misbehaviour by the IPS officer.

J&K Cadre abolished from Civil Services list

SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir Cadre of Civil Services was formally abolished by the Central Government on Wednesday and also did away with...

Delhi girl tops civil services exam, Kashmiri boy gets second rank

Srinagar: The final result of UPSC exam has come out on Tuesday. 1164 for aspirants have cleared the exam. Delhi’s Tina Dabi has topped...

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J&K DGP highlights operational secrecy amid terror threat: ‘Just two terrorists enough for big strike’

Jammu and Kashmir’s Director General of Police R R Swain on Sunday said that revealing the number of militants would amount to a breach of “operational secrecy”.

UAPA charges against SKUAST students after World Cup celebration dropped

The Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) charges against seven students of SKUAST in Ganderbal have been dropped.

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