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SRINAGAR: Sh. Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister, who arrived here today on a day long visit to the State, held discussions with Governor Satya Pal Malik at Raj Bhavan on various important issues relating to security management, implementation of development programmes and positive engagement of the youth in the State.

Governor assured Home Minister that the State Administration is taking every step required to ensure against any delay in the implementation of development schemes and welfare programmes; eradication of corruption; and redressal of public grievances. Sh. Singh congratulated the Governor on the peaceful and incident free conduct of polling during the recently held Urban Local Body elections, besides, assuring full support for the ensuing Panchayat elections. 

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SRINAGAR: The five-day workshop on preservation and conservation of ancient manuscripts organized by Department of Archives Archaeology and Museums commenced today at SPS Museum Lalmandi here. The workshop inaugurated by Commissioner Secretary Culture, Saleem Shishghar. The workshop is being held in collaboration with INTACH Kashmir Chapter and Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Art (IGNCA) New Delhi.

Saleem Beigh Convener INTACH J&K Chapter, Peerzada Mohammad Ashraf Ex-Deputy Director Archives Archaeology and Museums, Mushtaq Ahmad Beigh, Assistant Director Archives Archaeology and Museums Srinagar, and Rabia Qurashi, Curator SPS Museum Srinagar were also present on the occasion. The Commissioner Secretary highlighted the importance of such workshops to train the youth to preserve the tangible and intangible heritage.

The private collection holders have also been invited to get training during the workshop and to express their requirements and problems faced by them to preserve their manuscripts. Other Government Departments like the Department of Libraries, Academy of Art Culture & Languages, University of Kashmir and Higher Education Department have also been invited to depute their staff to attend the training at the workshop.

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SRINAGAR: Crime Branch Kashmir registered a case against a Broadband Company Hindustan Infratel (P) Ltd stationed in Mumbai for cheating one Irshad Ahmad Wani of Plan Bandipora. Crime Branch Kashmir carried an enquiry on the complaint received from one Irshad Ahmad Wani S/O Wali Mohammad Wani R/O Plan Bandipora which revealed that the functionaries of Hindustan Infratel (P) Ltd Company stationed in Mumbai have cheated the complainant under the pretext of providing him with the Broadband Services dealership in Srinagar.

They induced him to pay an amount of Rs 3.50 lacs as the security deposit. It further revealed that the complainant deposited an amount of Rs 70,000/and  Rs 2,80,000/- on 18-08-2018 and 28-08-2018 respectively into the account maintained and operated at HDFC Bank Dombivili in the  name of the said company. It also transpired that the suspects later closed their business and fled away from the said official site.

In this manner the suspects in furtherance of a criminal conspiracy have cheated the complainant dishonestly and fraudulently under the garb of providing the services and authorised Broadband dealership in Srinagar thereby extracted an amount of Rs 3.50 lacs from him.

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