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 Top Stories of The Day
Ganga conducts extensive tour of border villages
Samba,September 30, (Scoop News)- Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash Ganga today conducted extensive tour of Border villages including Keso Manasa, Govindgarh, Nanga, Dag ,Nandpur and met various delegations there. Minister assured the people that elaborate contingency measures have been taken by the government and also issued instructions to all revenue officers to closely monitor the situation and take immediate measures to ensure safety of the villagers close to Border. Later, the Minister inspected RDD works at Keso Manasa and sanctioned a community toilet complex at Govindgarh. At Nanga, he directed ACD to submit community work proposals under BADP. During his interaction with villagers, he focused on benefits of PMUY, Rural electrification, Adhaar seeding and pro-poor schemes of the govt. He also inaugurated 2.25 km road work from Nanga to Zero line being e...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
JK Governor, CM, Dy CM greet people on Navratras
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-J&K Governor N N Vohra,Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti and Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Sigh greeted the people on the commencement of the auspicious period of Navratras J&K Governor N N Vohra has greeted the people on the commencement of the auspicious period of Navratras and prayed for communal harmony, brotherhood, peace, progress and prosperity in the State. In a message of greetings, the Governor said that in Jammu and Kashmir the Navratras have an added significance as, during this period, the Shri Mata Vaishno Deviji Shrine attracts ...

Give security forces a bad name and......., facts on ground prove contrary to allegations
Jammu, September 30, (Scoop News)-On the bidding of their mentors across the border, a sustained campaign has been unleashed against the men in uniform in Kashmir to immobilize them to discharge their duties without any hindrance, said sources in the government. On Wednesday, people allegedly blamed security forces for damaging apple harvest at Karimabad village in Pulwama district. The orchradists alleged that men in uniform who were patrolling the area, without any provocation, suddenly went on rampage and destroyed the apple produce. “They threw our hundreds of our apple boxes on th...

Situation alarming, appeal for restraint and peace :Dr. Farooq
‘Thoughts with people living along LoC and Border’
Srinagar, September 29, (Scoop News)-National Conference President Dr. Farooq Abdullah on Thursday said the party was concerned at the alarming situation along the Line of Control. Hoping that cooler heads would prevail, Dr. Farooq Abdullah has made an appeal to uphold the ceasefire agreed upon in 2003. “We hope cooler heads will prevail and the ceasefire of 2003 will be upheld. Our thoughts are with people living along the Line of Control and the International Border as it is them who suffer the most in times of such escalation”, Dr. Farooq Abdullah said in a statement issued from Na...

JK Chief Minister expresses grave concern over escalation of Indo-Pak tension
Calls for restraint, reconciliation; Says confrontation could lead to disaster of epic proportions
Srinagar, September 29, (Scoop News)-Expressing grave concern over the escalation of the situation along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti today said the confrontation could lead to a disaster of epic proportions if urgent steps are not taken to bring down the heightened tensions in the region. “New Delhi and Islamabad must open the channels of communication realizing the dangerous consequences of any escalation of ongoing confrontation along the borders,” the Chief Minister said while reacting to the latest situation unfolding in the region. Calling for...

 
 Ladakh News
Government Degree College Kargil Celebrates Annual function
CEC LAHDC Kargil was Chief Guest
Kargil,September 28, (Scoop News)-Government Degree College Kargil today celebrates its ever first annual day at the campus. During the program Chief Executive Councillor LAHDC Kargil Kacho Ahmed Ali Khan was the Chief Guest while Executive Councillor Mohammad Hussain and Syed Hassan Musavi were also invited as guest of honour. Besides that Deputy Commissioner Kargil Kacho Hassan Khan, Additional SSP Kargil Mohammad Jameel, Councillors and army officials were also present during the function. During the program students of the college presented colourful programs including the performance...

Newly nominated three councilors of the 5th LAHDC Leh take oath
Leh, September 27, (Scoop News)-The Principal District & Session Judge Leh Khalil Ahmad Chowdary administered oath to the newly nominated three councilors of the 5th LAHDC Leh at the DC Conference Hall today. Ms. Rinchen Lhamo took oath in Ladakhi language, Advocate Mohammad Nassir in English and Ms. Syeda Bano in urdu. After the oath, Chief Executive Councillor LAHDC Leh Dr. Sonam Dawa Lonpo welcoming the newly nominated councilors said that they have filled the seats lying vacant since last year and hoped that they will work hard towards betterment of the district in general and th...

Prof Matoo visits Kargil, meets deputations
Kargil, September 26, (Scoop News)- Advisor to Chief Minister, Prof Amitabh Mattoo, visited Kargil meeting deputations and interacting with civil society members of the area. He also attended a one-day seminar on ‘Cross LoC Trade CBM’s, a case of Ladakh Region’ organized by Central University of Jammu in Kargil. The seminar discussed various suggestions of all stake holders to policy measures for the State Government to encourage and promote people to people contact across the divided region of the State. Later the Advisor met several deputations from different areas of Batalik sector, who projected several demands like up-gradation of school to high school and other ...

Specialist doctors from Delhi render free medical camp at Leh
Leh, September 26, (Scoop News)-As per past practice, a team of 23 specialist doctors from AIIMS and other reputed medical institutes commenced their week long medical camp in SNM Hospial, Leh today. In the morning they were formally welcomed by CEC, LAHDC, Leh Dr. Sonam Dawa Lonpo in the MS office, SNM hospital. He expressed gratitude to all the doctors for their valuable services provided to the poor and needy people of Ladakh. Dr. Dawa credited Ven. Lama Lobzang for his persistent effort of bring this team of doctors to Ladakh. “He started with 3 doctors in 1990s and it has grown ove...

Tsering Sandup inaugurates ‘Handicrafts Exhibition-cum-Demonstration’
Leh, September 26, (Scoop News)-Executive Councillor Tourism & Handicraft LAHDC Leh Tsering Sandup today inaugurated the opening ceremony of the ten-day ‘Handicrafts Exhibition-cum-Demonstration’ being organized by the LAHDC Leh & Directorate of Handicrafts J&K at Indoor Stadium Leh. Addressing the gathering, EC Tsering Sandup appreciated the idea of conducting such State level exhibition here in Leh which will help benefit the local artisans by giving them the chance to exhibit their talent through such exhibitions. Due to direct benefit from this sector, Sandup said that the handicra...

Another political jolt in Kargil
Three Congress Councillors revolted and withdrawn Support from LAHDC Kargil
Kargil, September 26, (Scoop News)-The unending Political drama in Kargil making people very much irked. After NC the another political jolt has today once again shaken the Congress party in Kargil after three congress councillors Zakir Hussain from Shakar Constituency , Liyaqat Ali from Poyen and Skalzang wangyal from Padum constituency have withdrawn their support from LAHDC Kargil which is heading by Senior PDP leader Kacho Ahmed Ali Khan . However the alliance of PDP and Congress in LAHDC Kargil which was seen to be happen a week ago and after dissolving the NC-Independent led Haji Haneefa led council. Meanwhile the sources said that the crisis was going on for Executive coun...

Army orgainses month long pre- recruitment training in Eastern Ladakh, of 112 potential aspirants
36 aspirants cleared for impending recruitment training
Trishul (Ladakh), September 25, (Scoop News)-With an aim to extend a helping hand to the youth of eastern Ladakh and in pursuit of the vision of Operation Sadbhavana, for the first time in the history of eastern Ladakh a month long pre-recruitment training cadre was organised by Army unit under the aegis of Trishul Division. The cadre involved screening of potential recruits from far flung areas of Ladakh like Hanley, Nyoma, Chumar and Muth, followed by an intensive training capsule focused on imparting intensive physical, mental and psychological training under a pool of qualified...

Army holds inter school competition, events included debate, quiz contest and cultural festival
Darchik (Ladakh), September 24, (Scoop News)-Carrying forward the spirit of ‘Sadhbhavna’ whereby the Army undertakes projects to reach out to the local populace of far-flung areas, an Inter School Competition was conducted under aegis of Tiger Hill Brigade at Govt Middle School, Darchik to facilitate our future generations to interact with their peer groups from different schools of Batalik Sector. The events included Debate, Quiz Competition and a Cultural Festival. Students of eight schools from the villages of Garkon, Sanachey, Chullichang, Batalik, Gurgurdo, Sharche and Darchi...

 
 Debate
Summer 2016 - lesson repeated
By B L Saraf Summer is eagerly awaited by the inhabitants in Kashmir : that it should carry on a bit longer is the desire . But not so for the Summer, 2016 . Given its bloodletting behavior , people prayed for its early exit . Mercifully, it is on the way out . With it , we hope to see abatement of the cycle of violence, unleashed as aftermath of the death of a local boy who had donned a terrorist’s attire . The season may be forgettable , but not the lesson it has thrown up. In recent times it has ...

Eid curfewed in Kashmir, but why?
Straight Talk
By K B Jandial It is said that for the first time in the history of Kashmir major mosques in Kashmir - Hazartbal Dargah, Jamia Masjid, and Dastageer sahib shrine were locked on Eid-ul-Azha, preventing Eid congregation and prayers. It did not happen even during Sikh and Dogra rules. The most important mainstream leader Omar Abdullah who could not offer Eid prayers even at Sayid Sahib Shrine in his neighbourhood, predicted that “it is going to have huge backlash”, terming the action as “an unforgivable offence that had no parallel in Kashmir’s tumultuous history”. He said...

All Party Delegation’s J&K visit
By K.N. Pandita Twenty-six MPs from 20 political parties comprising the parliamentary delegation enjoyed a pleasant 24-hour stay in salubrious Srinagar. Next day, on its way back to New Delhi, the delegation reluctantly made a short stop-over in Jammu to symbolically meet with a few local delegations. Back in Delhi, the one thing which they will have spoken to their party stalwarts with great gusto will be Kashmiri cuisine. Kashmir politics has often been called gushtaba diplomacy usually discussed on the dining table of the Kashmirian Czars in New Delhi. In reply to a media ...

Are we prepared to lose Kashmir?
Straight Talk
By K B Jandial While Government of India has dismissed Pakistan’s plea to discuss Kashmir issue except on PoK, saying that it has no locus- standi some Indian intellectuals have launched a vicious campaign to prepare the nation for accepting if not secession, at least weakening ties with Kashmir. Recently, Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson Rajmohan Gandhi in his recent article “Drop the stone…” bracketed Kashmir with Tibet and Palestine and advised Kashmiris to use new methods for success of their “resistance movement”. He wrote, “What is the way out for spirited Kashmiris (or Tib...

Remember Other ‘Stake Holders’, Also
By B L Saraf Yet another all-party delegation is on the way to Srinagar , to talk to the ‘ stake holders .’ We have lost count of such delegations making , fruitless , trips to the riotous Valley . One that , visited last , comes to the mind was led by P Chidambaram , Home Minister in UPA -2 , in 2010 , when Kashmir saw emergence of a stone pelting phenomenon . Thereafter , we had a three member inter-locution team , constituted to find ways and means to address the political issue and sooth the ruffled emoti...

Naare Vizee Krur Khannun ; Dig a well when house is on fire
By B L Saraf There is a guiding principle in the Military Manuel “ Make investment in peace : Draw dividend in war .” For effective governance , this principle could well be extended to any form of the government . Government of India has had number of occasions in Kashmir to put the dictum in practice . Alas, long spells of peace were a wasted occasion ! Instead of being awake to utilize the moment by trying to address the simmering discontent in the Valley , GOI fell in slumber under a mistaken belief that everything was honky dory . This happened and keeps h...

Kashmir rebellion:Then and Now
By Amit Kushari When the first Kashmir rebellion broke out in 1990/91 the situation was very, very grim at that time also and J&K had to remain under President’s rule for six years at a stretch. Curfews continued for one or two weeks and street battles went on, sometimes with rockets and grenades also, in addition to AK 47 guns. The Kashmiri homes are usually well stocked with food because of prolonged harsh winters and so they could manage their kitchen even if curfew continued for ten or twelve days. Early morning some vegetable vendors would secretly arrive to do some brisk business and some meat and chicken shops would also open for an hour or so. The Masjid Committees in the...

Alienation Aspiration and Desperation
By B L Saraf From the nationalist Ghulam Nabi Azad to the autonomist Omar Abdullah , with rag tag political manipulators chipping in , every statement emanating on the prevailing situation in Kashmir is prefaced with :’ Alienation’ and ’ Aspiration’ . The ‘ words ‘ reverberate in the background of 45 day’s bedlam caused by the separatists , on the death of terrorist Burhan Wani . How ironic , that Azad and Omar should queer the pitch when worst happened during their rule in 2008 and 2010 , respectively . Then , we didn’t find these words in their vocabulary . May be the executive power they wielded then stammered their...

 Jammu News
DDC visits border villages in Hiranagar, reviews basic facilities in relief camps
Kathua, September 30, (Scoop News)- District Development Commissioner Kathua, Ramesh Kumar today visited boarder villages Bobia, Pahar Pur in Hiranagar, interacted with people and issued advisory to people regarding safety measures. He also informed villagers that 20 locations for relief camps have been identified with necessary basic facilities in place. Earlier, he also convened a meeting of senior officers from all the departments including essential services and camp officers to review the status of relief measures and requirements of various camps. He instructed the officials for immediate response to the requirements at camps and to provide all facilities to the people of border ar...

Western Vocal (Solo & Group), Clay Modeling and Instillation events conducted in ‘Display Your Talent-2016-17’ Day 9
Jammu, September 30, (Scoop News)- The events of Western Vocal (Solo & Group), Clay Modeling and Instillation were conducted today in the ongoing ‘Display Your Talent-2016-17’ organized by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu. Prof. Satnam Kour, Dean Students Welfare, Dr. Parmil Kumar & Dr. A.R. Manhas, Assistant Deans SW, faculty members, students and scholars witnessed the events with enthusiasm. In Western Vocal (Solo), Shumalini Goswami from SPMR College of Commerce, Asif from KC Law College and Vishal Pandita from Govt. MAM College were declared First, Second &...

SSH Kakryal to perform another 100 major surgeries / procedures at half rates from 1st Navratra,free OPD facility
10% concession on all other procedures extended till Dec 31
Kakryal, September 30, (Scoop News)-The Governing Body of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Kakryal, today announced several concessions to the patients undergoing major surgeries and other procedures across all the clinical specialities. Shri Sunil Narayan, Chief Executive Officer of Superspeciality Hospital Kakryal informed that w.e.f. 1st October 2016 the Hospital will provide 50% concession on next 100 major surgeries. Today’s decision will provide very significant relief to the patients who have been awaiting treatment and surgery but could not mobilise the required resources. Cardiac surgeries, Knee-replacements and Hip-replacements are among th...

Admin finalizes Navratra, Dusherra arrangements in Kishtwar
Kishtwar, September 30, (Scoop News)-District Administration Kishtwar today finalized arrangements for upcoming Navratra and Dusherra festivals at joint meeting of officials and representatives of religious organizations. The meeting chaired by Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar, G N Balwan was attended by heads of line departments, senior functionaries of police, Municipal body and members of Sanathan Dharam Sabha and Adarsh Dramatic Club. Speaking at the meeting, the DC directed concerned officers to ensure arrangements like adequate drinking water, uninterrupted power Supply, Sanitat...

CEO launches Draft Publication of Electoral Roll
Jammu, September 30, (Scoop News)-Chief Electoral Officer Mr Shantmanu today launched the Draft Publication of Electoral Roll for the Special Summary Revision 2017 here at a function held in Government College for Woman (GCW) Parade. The programme was organized as part of the Election Commission of India’s “No Voter to Be Left Behind” campaign. Speaking at the inaugural function, Mr Shantmanu said that the main aim of this programme is to disseminate information to the public and encourage young voters to participate in the democratic process. He said that the process would facilitate all ...

Sham Lal takes stock of situation in border villages Listens to people’s issues
Jammu, September 30, (Scoop News)-Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Sham Lal Choudhary today conducted an extensive tour of border villages in Suchetgarh and RS Pura sector to take stock of the situation in the backdrop of prevailing tension. Member Parliament, Jugal Kishore Sharma, SDM Suchetgarh, tehsildars, officers of security agencies and Health department also accompanied the Minister during the visit. During his tour, the Minister interacted with the people of border villages including Abdullian, Samke, Bera, Choga and Raipur and informed them about the steps being taken ...

DC discusses arrangements for CJI’s visit
Ramban, September 30, (Scoop News)-District Development Commissioner Ramban, Mohammad Aijaz today chaired a meeting to discuss the arrangements put in place by the different departments for forthcoming visit of Chief Justice of India(CJI), Justice T.S. Thakur to district Ramban. Chief Justice of India is scheduled to arrive on October 8 for today stay in the district. The meeting was informed that CJI along with other dignitaries will inaugurate, Justice D.D Thakur Memorial Library at District Court Ramban, Munsiff Court at Ukhral (Kunchi), Community Hall at Batroo, Ukhral and ...

Javed Rana concerned over tension along LoC
Mendhar, , September 30,(Scoop News)-Amidst deteriorating relations between India and Pakistan and the resultant worsening security scenario along the Line of Control (LoC), senior National Conference leader and MLA Mendhar, Javed Ahmed Rana, while asking Pakistan to shun the path of terrorism appealed both the countries to resolve all their outstanding issues through civilised and democratic means. " It seems the art of politics and the ability to engage in serious democratic argument over issues affecting future of humanity is absent in the present dispensations on both sides", Mr. Rana observed while urging both sides to move conscientiously in the direction to end perpetual instability...

 
 Kashmir News
Mirwaiz condemns govt. for disallowing congregational prayers at Jamia Masjid
accuses ruling coalition of breaking all records of tyranny
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop news)-APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, who is under protective detention, has condemned the government for not allowing congregational Friday prayers at Kashmir’s main mosque, Jamia Masjid Srinagar for the 12th consecutive Friday by imposing restrictions and curbs. Mirwaiz expressed resentment over the alleged interference and apathy towards the religious rights of the Muslims in a Muslim majority region by the anti Muslim ruling regime. Stating that while basic human rights of Kashmiri people were allegedly trampled upon through force and might, by curbing the religious rights the point is being driven home. The ruling PDP/ BJP coalition gover...

Chairman LC constitutes JHC to look into misplacing of Toshkhana items
Panel to submit its report before next session
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-Chairman, J&K Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali constituted a Joint House Committee (JHC) to inquire into the misplacing of items from Toshkhana, Jammu. The Joint House Committee will be headed by MLC Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo. The members of the Committee include legislators Mrs Rani Gargi Blowria, G. N Monga, Surinder Kumar Chowdhary, Vikramaditya, Sofi Yousuf, S. Charanjeet Singh, Ajaz ahmad Khan, Rajesh Gupta, Choudhary Qamar Hussain, Mr Kamal Verma and Pawan Kumar Gupta. The Committee will submit its report before the next session of the legislature. It is worthwhile to mention here that the Chairman constituted a Joint House Committee afte...

Barring stray incidents of stone-pelting, situation under control: Police
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)- The situation across the valley remained under control today although stray incidents of stone pelting were reported. According to a statement issued by the Zonal Police Headquarters Kashmir, situation across the valley remained under control today although stray incidents of stone pelting were reported. “As a precautionary measure curfew was imposed in few police stations of Srinagar today while all other areas of the valley remained curfew free,” it said. According to the statement, after Friday prayers stray stone pelting incidents were reported from Sopore, Bandipora and Srinagar. “Miscreants in their attempt to disturb the situation assembled...

Vaid visits Kupwara, Handwara; Takes stock of law & order situation
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-Stressing the need for close coordination among all security forces and agencies to maintain peace and order in the State, Special DG Coordination/ Law & Order, Dr. S. P. Vaid said that peace is imperative for eradicating miseries and problems of general public and social evils from society. Chairing meetings of Police, CFPF, Army and Civil officers at Kupwara and Handwara, Dr. Vaid deliberated on various important issues relating to law and order situation in North Kashmir districts. The meetings were attended by Special DG CRPF, S. N. Sriva...

Woman dies of heart attack in Anantnag :Police
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-Apropos to the news item circulated by some news agencies and news paper portals under the heading woman suffers cardiac arrest during forces raid in Anantnag,Police said. District police administration Anantnag has clarified that Mst Sara Begum wife of Ghulam Hassan Teli resident of Chee was a known heart patient and died of heart attack last night. Some people are trying to mislead by alleging that she died because of banging of door of her house by security forces is far from the truth. The allegation is totally baseless and is therefore rebutted. ...

Man injured in road mishap
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-A man was injured in a road accident in Lalpora area of Kupwara District. A motorcycle bearing registration number JK09/2344 hit and injured a pedestrian identified as Sajad Lateef resident of Darpora near Darpora, in the jurisdiction of police station Lalpora Kupwara. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Kupwara police has registered a case in this regard. ...

No untoward incident reported today: Police
Srinagar, September 29, (Scoop News)- the situation across the valley remained by and large peaceful today. According to a statement issued by the Zonal Police Headquarters Kashmir, the situation across the valley remained by and large peaceful today. “There was no untoward incident reported from any part of the valley,” it said. According to the statement, during the day large number of vehicles was seen plying on city roads as well main towns and on the inter-district roads. “During the past 24 hours, police arrested 73 such individuals who were involved in causing disturbances by harassing shopkeepers, creating disruptions in traffic movement by placing obstructions on roads and ...

APHC calls upon New Delhi and Islamabad to de-escalate tensions
says military aggression and war is no solution to problem
Srinagar, September 29, (Scoop News)-Expressing shock and concern over Wednesday’s unprovoked firing by India on Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC), All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) said military aggression and war is no solution to any problem , it instead worsens problems further which the three previous wars between both the two counties has shown. The conglomerate also criticized the role of Indian electronic and print media for creating war hysteria and arousing passions among the people of the two countries, aggravating confrontation between the two countries. Calling upon New Delhi and Islamabad to de-escalate tensions, APHC said the two nuclear neighbours s...

 
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Bali Bhagat reviews functioning of Engineer wing in SSH
Stresses on improvement of health services in state
Jammu, September 30, (Scoop News)-Minister for Health and Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today chaired a high level meeting to review the functioning of engineer wing of Super Specialty Hospital Jammu. Secretary Health and Medical Education, M.K. Bhandari, Principal Government Medical College Jammu, Dr. Zahid Geelani, Director Finance, Zahoor Wani, Administrator Associated Hospitals, Jammu, Dr. Babila Rakwal, Medical Superintendents, GMC, CD Hospital, SMGS Hospital and SSH and concerned senior officers and doctors were also present in the meeting. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that efforts are on to upgrade the facilities in Super Specialty Hospital at par with premier hos...

DC Pulwama asks revenue officers to retrieve ‘Kahcharai’ land from encroachers
Pulwama,, September 30, (Scoop News)-A meeting of Revenue officers was convened at the Administrative Complex here today under the Chairmanship of District Development Commissioner Pulwama Muneer-ul- Islam. All the Tehsildars, Naib Tehsildars, Girdawars and Pathwaris were present in the meeting. The District Development Commissioner directed the Officers/Officials to ensure their availability for public at their respective Halqas. He stressed upon the officers/officials to work for retrieving ‘Kahcharai’ land from the encroachers. He also directed the concerned for submitting monthly work done report at District Development Commissioner’s office. Assistant Commissioner Revenue was also p...

Congress and PDP speaking different tunes at different places: Er Rasheed
Srinagar, September 30, (Scoop News)-AIP President and MLA Langate Er Rasheed while reacting to Indian claims having carrying out surgical strikes in Azad Kashmir has said that all being said and done is a desperate attempt to divert attention from the mass uprising in J&K. In a statement Er Rasheed said, “Whether India and Pakistan indulge into a war makes very little difference to Kashmiris, as we have been the worst victims of state oppression in every nook and corner of state. There is a war every day in each locality of Kashmir and the only difference is that atrocities on Kashmiris go unheard and loss to lives and property in Kashmir gets buried under the cover of India’s nation...

‘Display Your Talent-2016-17’: One Act play, Collage and Poster Making competitions on Day 8
Jammu, September 29, (Scoop News)-One Act play, Collage and Poster Making competitions were conducted today at ‘Display Your Talent-2016-17’organized by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu at Brig. Rajinder Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu. In One Act Play, ‘Rangnagri’ performed by the students of GCW Gandhi Nagar was declared First. ‘Meri Shadi Karwao’ performed by the team of KC Law College was declared Second and ‘Oedipus Rex’ performed by the team of GCW Parade was declared Third. Richa Sharma from GCW Gandhi Nagar, Meenakshi Bhagat from GCW Parade and Gau...

Recruitment rally at Bandipora
Bandipora,. September 29, (Scoop News)- Riding high on the success of the Recruitment Rally in Anantnag, the Army has commenced today the Northern leg of the rally in Bandipora for the six districts of North Kashmir. The Recruitment Rally which will continue till 03 Oct 16 is being organized by Watlab Sector and Army Recruiting Organisation covering the districts of Bandipora, Ganderbal, Baramulla, Srinagar and Kupwara for all categories. On the first day, over 900 registered candidates from Bandipora and Ganderbal districts participated in the rally till the filing of this report. B...

Kohli visits Markazu Ssaquafathi Ssunniyai KozhiKode
Interacts with 500 students from Jammu and Kashmir
Srinagar, September 29, (Scoop News)- Minister for Animal & Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries Er. Abdul Ghani Kohli, who was on tour to Kerala to attend BJP National Executive Meeting there, also visited the famed Jamia Markazu Ssaquafathi Ssunniyya, KozhiKode Kerala a renowned institution where thousands of students from Jammu and Kashmir and other states are being taught Islamic as well as scientific education. The Minister interacted with students and took keen interest in working of the prestigious institute. The institute was established in 1978 and has been operating various educational a...

Hanjura for employing innovative methods to increase agriculture production
Seeks DPRs for Model Basmati, Potato, Mushkbudgi, Rajmash Villages, Apiculture
Srinagar,September 29, (Scoop News)-Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura, Thursday stressed for adopting innovative methods for increase in agriculture production in the State. He said this while chairing a high level meeting with the Officers of Agriculture, Command Area Development (CAD, JK Agro Industries, Planning & Development, Revenue, PDD and Mechanical Departments, which was convened to review progress of centrally sponsored and State sector schemes. During the meeting, Hanjura directed the officers of Agriculture Department to prepare Model Detailed Project Reports for Basmati, Potato Seed, Mushkbudgi, Rajmash and Apiculture villages and submit the same to the conc...

DDC Pulwama convenes meeting of CEO, ZEOs, Principals, Headmasters
Pulwama, September 28, (Scoop News)- District Development Commissioner Pulwama, Mr Munee-Ul-Islam today chaired a meeting of officers of Education Department to get first hand appraisal of functioning of educational institutions in the district The Chief Education Officer and ZEOs apprised the District Development Commissioner about the status of the functioning of schools in the district. The District Development Commissioner said, “The students have suffered a lot due to the on-going turmoil in the district and it’s high time to play our role to recompense the educational loss to the students.” He appreciated the work of the teachers who managed to attend their duties and imparted edu...

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Zulfkar reviews security situation at Rajouri
Three injured in Kawosa
Warm send off accorded to Puran Chand at JU
Acquisition of land for transmission towers
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People of Jammu and Kashmir should also acknowledge their mistakes
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Modi’s statement added to our problems
Pakistan gets it back
Pakistan’s shameful act as a host
Antagonistic Sharifs join hands in attacking India
 
 
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