News Topic:J&K Power Development Department

J-K plunges into darkness as power supply slashed by 25%

Jammu and Kashmir has recorded a 25 percent sudden cut in the power supply from outside, a move that has triggered a “temporary power deficit in the UT.”

Scooty rider killed after allegedly hit by JKPDD vehicle in Srinagar

A Scooty rider was killed after allegedly hit by a JKPDD vehicle in Sanat Nagar by-pass area of Srinagar outskirts on Thursday afternoon.

Power curtailment from next month in J-K

Power Development Department (PDD) has been framing a power curtailment schedule, which is likely to be implemented from the second week of next month.

Amnesty scheme approved for domestic power consumers in J-K

The Administrative Council which met here under the chairmanship of the Lieutenant Governor approved the amnesty scheme for domestic power consumers in the UT.

J-K to generate additional 3200 MWs of electricity within three years

Jammu and Kashmir administration has been building up power infrastructure and power projects to meet Union Territory’s electricity requirement.

PDD daily-wager electrocuted to death in Kupwara

A PDD daily-wager lost his life while repairing an electric transformer in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

Centre allocates 207 MW Additional Power to J&K

In order to meet the increasing electricity demand in Jammu & Kashmir, the Union Government has allocated 207 MW of additional Power to the Union Territory.

‘Worst’ power scenario spark protest in Srinagar

The womenfolk from the Gawkadal area of Srinagar city held a strong protest against Power Development Department (PDD) for its failure to provide electricity.

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Massive crackdown on ‘militancy funding’ as 124 properties attached in J-K

The State Investigation Agency (SIA) and the Executive Wing of J&K Police has widened the legal framework against 'militancy funding' by attaching 124 properties.
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Advisor Bhatnagar addresses 19th Management Development Program at SKIMS

Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar on Wednesday addressed the three-day 19th Management Development Program (MDP) at SKIMS here.

Renowned Islamic scholar summoned by NIA in alleged militancy funding case

Proficient and well-known Islamic scholar Maulana Rehmatullah Mir Qasmi, who runs Darul Uloom Raheemiyyah Bandipora, appeared before National Investigation Agency.

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