News Topic:J&K State Vigilance Organisation

CBI court grants bail to two former J-K bureaucrats in Roshni land ‘scam’

A special CBI court in Srinagar granted bail to a former Divisional Commissioner and a former Deputy Commissioner involved in the Roshni land 'scam'.

J&K Government winds up Vigilance Commission

The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday issued a formal order announcing the winding up of Jammu and Kashmir Vigilance Commission that was constituted under the Jammu and Kashmir State Vigilance Commission Act 2011.

Vigilance Commission, State Commission for Backward Classes winded up

SRINAGAR — The Government of India has repealed the laws under which State Vigilance Commission and State Commission for Backward Classes Act were established.According...

Arms License Scandal: Two Ex-DC’s sent to police custody

SRINAGAR — The Special Judge (CBI Cases) Srinagar on Monday remanded two former District Magistrates of Kupwara for ten days police custody in a...

Anti-Corruption Bureau, Jammu & Kashmir is now on social media

SRINAGAR — The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) has initiated tech-savvy initiatives using popular social network platforms and instant messaging services including Twitter handle (@JKACB)...

Matric pass appointed BDOs in RDD, vigilance probe sought

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir VLW/MPWs Association on Wednesday demanded an inquiry by Vigilance Department into the Rural Development Department’s “brazen violation” in appointing BDOs...

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Court asks ACB to file status report about alleged Ayushman Bharat Scam

A local court has extended the time for the Anti-Corruption Bureau Jammu to submit the latest status about the alleged scam in Ayushman Bharat Jan Arogya Scheme.
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4000 Constable vacancies in J&K Police: DGP Dilbagh Singh

The Director General of Police (DGP) for Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbagh Singh, on Wednesday said that there is a notable shortfall of approximately 4,000 constables.

Explosion leaves eight non-locals injured in Anantnag

At least seven migrant workers sustained burn injuries and a few shops were damaged after a blast inside a vehicle in Anantnag district on Wednesday morning.

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Asia’s Food Supply at Risk: Scientists warn of urgent need to protect vital bee pollinators

Scientists sound alarm: Asia's food security threatened as vital bee pollinators face peril. Urgent action needed to protect critical ecosystem services.

Shia Muslims observe Ashura in Pulwama with communal support and devotion

In Gangoo area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district, the Shia Muslim community observed the sacred occasion of Ashura on Saturday with heartfelt mourning.