Tuesday, 18 January, 2022
TopicManoj Sinha

Topic: Manoj Sinha

Will hunt down terrorists and their ‘sympathisers’, J&K L-G says on civilian killings

Lt. Gov. Manoj Sinha said attempts are being made to disrupt the peace and socio-economic progress of J&K. He reiterated commitment to fast-paced development of the UT.

J&K committed to ensure ‘dignified’ return of Kashmiri pandits, LG Manoj Sinha says

LG Sinha said considerable progress has been made on providing transit accommodation and jobs to Kashmiri pandit migrants under Prime Minister’s Development Package.

In pictures: A day in Srinagar with L-G Manoj Sinha, who is set to complete a year in office

Manoj Sinha has earned a reputation of being a ‘no-nonsense L-G’. As he completes a year in August, ThePrint catches up with him at the Raj Bhawan in Srinagar.

It’s a changing Kashmir, stone-pelting Fridays are history, J&K L-G Manoj Sinha says

In an exclusive interview with ThePrint ahead of 5 August, the second anniversary of Article 370 revocation, L-G Manoj Sinha says Kashmir is looking forward now & could see investors pour in as much as Rs 50,000 cr.

J&K administration’s only objective is to accelerate economic development, L-G Manoj Sinha says

In his ‘awaam ki awaaz’ radio programme, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said the pace of new industrial schemes, which had stopped due to Covid, will increase in coming days.

Rehabilitation of migrant Kashmiri Pandits may be in pipeline, says L-G Manoj Sinha

J&K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha Thursday said 8,000 underground bunkers have been completed along the Line of Control and the International Border for the safety of border residents.

Process of uprooting fear of terrorism going on at rapid pace in J&K, says LG Manoj Sinha

During an event Monday, Sinha said Jammu and Kashmir has a development deficit of 73 years and but the administration is fully prepared to deal with the challenges to fill the gap.

J&K L-G Manoj Sinha announces new industrial development scheme worth Rs 28,400 crore

Sinha noted that the scheme visualises a larger role of Jammu and Kashmir in Indian economy and manufacturing and service sector units in the union territory will benefit from it

This is what triggered J&K U-turn on high court scrapping Roshni Act

J&K administration last week asked the HC to review its ruling that scrapped the Roshni Act, under which encroachments on state land were regularised.

Civil Secretariat reopens in Jammu amid tight security as part of Darbar Move

J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha arrived at the Civil Secretariat and inspected the guard of honour as part of the practice of reopening the Darbar move offices.

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