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J&K govt revokes reduction on stamp duty on properties registered in name of women

As of 2017, only 18 per cent women aged 15-49 were employed in the 12 months preceding the National Family Health Survey. In comparison 75 per cent men were employed.

Feel pained, even if a terrorist dies: J&K Governor Satyapal Malik

"The Police is performing its duty in the best possible way. But even if a terrorist loses his life, I feel pained... They all should come back (to the mainstream)," Malik said.

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Shah Faesal could serve better as IAS officer rather than politician: J-K Governor

The Governor, however, observed that it is not up to him to suggest Faesal what he wants to do in future and that his best wishes are always with him. “I would love to meet him if he comes to me for redressal of problems of youth”, the Governor added in his statement.

New J&K security law by Governor, for Governor

The move by the Governor to introduce another law under his tenure — now for his own security — has been questioned by political leaders, who described it as 'ironic' and an attempt to create 'a great wall of China around himself'.

Governor Satyapal Malik’s decision to dissolve House unconstitutional: J&K BJP leader

Gagan Bhagat said “all the BJP legislators want the Assembly to be revived” but “haven’t come out in the open”.

What Centre wanted in J&K: Governor Satyapal Malik lets it slip

Lone said the Governor’s remarks have increased the threat to his security. “It is certainly a security risk. I have lost my father, in a different manner. But again at the hands of militants.

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Don’t turn J&K Bank into PSU, will protest: Traders body to Malik

On November 22, the State Administrative Council(SAC) approved turning J&K Bank to a PSU. Two former Chief Ministers, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, had described the move as a “disturbing” development while a former chairman of the bank called it “unfortunate”.

J&K Bank in public sector: ‘Aimed at promoting good governance, transparency’

Two former Chief Ministers, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, had described the move as a “disturbing” development while a former chairman of the bank called it “unfortunate”.

Satyapal Malik puts J&K Bank in public sector, kicks off autonomy row

PDP’s Mehbooba Mufti described it as a “disturbing step to snatch every bit of autonomy that our institutions have”. Sajad Lone of People’s Conference said his party’s economic philosophy is decentralisation and total liberalisation.

An ill wind in the Valley

Governor Malik’s decision to dissolve J&K assembly is constitutionally flawed and politically erroneous.

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