Angrez Singh Rana: News
Angrez Singh Rana is a Kashmir Administrative Service member and was posted as a District Development Officer in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar district. Kishtwar has been caught in the web of nepotism and corruption for quite some time. After Rana took over as the district development officer, Kishtwar saw a lot of progress and development. Rana, who belongs to a middle-class family, had removed illegal shops in the district that were run by miscreants and corrupt mafia. He had helped a family by arranging a chopper for a child in order to shift him to Jammu so that he could receive better treatment. In 2018, Panchayat elections were smoothly conducted under his guidance and leadership. Before the 2019 Parliamentary elections, Rana conducted several awareness campaigns through live demos, SVEEP express, nukkad natak, and rallies. However, in 2020, Rana was transferred and posted as the Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board. He replaced Bashir Ahmad Dar, who was appointed as the new Deputy Commissioner of Anantnag. Angrez Singh was succeeded by Rajendra Singh Rana as the new Deputy Commissioner of Kishtwar.
10 Aug 2019Jammu
The first Friday after Centre's massive Kashmir move was peaceful and no major untoward incident was reported.
02 Nov 2018Jammu And Kashmir
Anil Parihar, state secretary of BJP in Jammu and Kashmir, and his brother Ajeet were killed by unknown assailants in the Jammu's Kishtwar town on Thursday night.
14 Sep 2018Jammu And Kashmir
At least 17 passengers were killed and 16 injured when a mini-bus skidded off the road and plunged into a gorge in J&K's Kishtwar district today, officials said.
05 Sep 2018Jammu And Kashmir
A government official in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir was removed from his post and attached to the office of collector land acquisition for his comments on politics on social media, officials said today.
21 Apr 2018Jammu
Sending out a strong message against open defecation, salaries of over 600 government employees in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar were stopped for not constructing toilets at their houses.