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September, 2020

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  • 18 July

    Covid care response mismanaged from the day one: CPI(M)

    Srinagar, July 18: With Covid19 spreading thick and fast across Jammu and Kashmir, it looks as if the administration has run out of options and is reconciled to the pandemic running its course. The lockdown imposed in March would have been useful if it would have been effectively used to build …

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  • 14 July

    Restore rule of law: CPI(M)

    Srinagar, July 14: The house restrictions on the movement of political leaders and activists in Kashmir is arbitrary and unlawful. Even those who have been released from detention centers in the recent months, are being denied permission to meet visitors and are being prevented from any movement outside their houses. …

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  • 12 July

    Time to introspect and unitedly strive for the rights of our people: CPI(M)

    Srinagar, July 12: July 13th remembered as martyrs day as Kashmiris struggled against tyranny and for freedom. The protests to overthrow oppressive monarchy and feudalism were joined by mass of workers and peasants and other sections of the population who were suffering from age old oppression and exploitation. Though the …

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  • 11 July

    CPI(M) condoles demise of kisan leader Karan Singh Expresses solidarity with the bereaved family

    Srinagar July 11: Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, CPI(M) leader today paid rich tributes to Karan Singh, kisan leader who breathed his last yesterday at his native village in Samba. While paying homage to the late leader, Tarigami said that Karan Singh was associated with kisan movement from his childhood and participated …

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  • 11 July

    Potable water scarcity: CPI(M) urges govt to take immediate steps to overcome problem

    Srinagar, July 11: While expressing anguish over routine potable water scarcity in Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir, CPI(M) Secretary Ghulam Nabi Malik Saturday urged the authorities to take immediate steps to overcome the problem. A large number of areas in Srinagar city, South and North Kashmir are reeling under …

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  • 10 July

    Frame a policy for absorption of NHM employees: CPI(M)

    Srinagar, July 10: While urging the government to frame a policy for absorption of NHM/RNTCP/NACO employees in the Health and Medical Education department, CPI (M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami Friday demanded immediate pending regularization, they seek. The government should also enhance/revise wages on an equal-work-equal-pay principle on the pattern of …

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  • 6 July

    CPI (M) supports demand of journalists to rollback new media policy

    Srinagar, July 6: While supporting the demand of journalists to immediately rollback of new media policy, CPI (M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami Monday termed the policy as an attempt to throttle freedom of speech and expression. The new media policy has spread unease amongst the journalists working in the region …

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