Wednesday, September 24, 2014
 
 Top Stories of The Day
Govt exempts entry tax, toll on import of relief material: Rather
All treasuries in the state made functional
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)- With a view of give impetus to the relief and rehabilitation measures in the flood ravaged state, the J&K Government has granted exemption from levy of entry tax and toll on the import of relief material for free distribution among flood affected victims. This was announced by the Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Ab. Rahim Rather at a high level meeting of the senior officers of excise, commercial taxes, accounts and treasuries departments convened here today at Civil Secretariat, Srinagar. The Principal Secretary Finance, B.B. Vyas, Director General Accounts and Treasures, Altaf Hussain Mirza, Commissioner Commercial Taxes, J&K Kifayat Hussain Rizvi, Excise Commissioner, Zafar Ahmad Bhat, all the District Treasury officers of the Kashmir Division and concerned officers were present in the meeting. The Minister said that the Government has also granted exemption from levy of entry tax and toll on import of equipment and material for restoration of telecommunication services and infra structure by the respective telecom companies,...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
Mehbooba sounds alarm, says delay could threaten more lives in Kasshmir
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)- Observing that delay in rehabilitation work could prove fatal, President Peoples Democratic Party Mehbooba Mufti Tuesday called for immediate disbursement of relief in order to allow flood affected people to reconstruct and repair their houses before the onset of winters. After visiting several flood affected areas of Anantnag and Bijbehara, Mehbooba said that government does not seems to have realize the magnitude of the damages caused due to the recent natural calamity as such relief and rehabilitation work was being carried out casually. Quoting me...

Omar meets PM, seeks Special Rehabilitation Package
New Delhi,September 23, (Scoop News)-While expressing his gratitude to the Prime Minister and the Central Government for timely assistance by way of rescue and immediate relief to the affected people in the regions of Jammu and Kashmir valley, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, Tuesday demanded Special Rehabilitation Package from the Centre Government to put life back on rails in the State. Omar Abdullah, today met Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, here in this regard and vehemently advocated for the liberal and massive assistance from the Central Government for relief and rehabilitation of the flo...

1435 major surgeries, 3557 child births during flood fury
G B Pant, Lal Ded start OPD, B&J functions normally
Srinagar, September 22, (Scoop News)- Even as the recent floods affected most of the tertiary care hospitals in the city and many hospitals in the rural Kashmir, the Department of Health & Medical Education tried to provide patient care with whatever resources available. Statistics now available show that from September 04 to September 20, 577595 patients came to the OPDs in all the District hospitals across Kashmir valley, out of which 34577 patients were admitted for treatment. During the same period 1435 major surgeries were conducted at these hospitals besides 103160 lab tests. 2297 normal deliveries and 1260 cessarian sections were also conducted during period in these hospitals. O...

Centre focusing on infrastructural development of Rajouri, Poonch: Khanna
Jammu, September 22, (Scoop News)-Member of Parliament and Incharge J&K BJP Avinash Rai Khanna undertook extensive tour of twin border districts Rajouri and Poonch to review the situation erupted due to recent flash-floods and rains resulted into huge loss of lives and properties. Accompanied by the senior leaders of State BJP including Vibodh Gupta, S S Bijral, Bharat Bushan vaid, Sunil Gupta, Ravinder Raina, Ch Talib Hussain, Haji Taj Khan and Zulfikar Pathaan, Avinash Rai Khanna visited Rajouri, Kotrenka, Budhal, Thannamandi, Surankote and Poonch. During his visit to twin border dist...

 
 Ladakh News
ICAR & LAHDC organizes 3rd Interface Meeting on improvement of Yak Husbandry
Leh,September 22, (Scoop News)- The 3rd Interface Meeting on improvement of Yak Husbandry and Upliftment of Socio-economic Status of Yak Rearers in the country begins today at Leh. It is for the first time, Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR)-National Research Centre on Yak Dirang Arunachal Pradesh in collaboration with Animal Husbandry Department LAHDC, Leh is organizing these 3- day interface meeting in Leh. The inaugural session of the interface meeting was jointly chaired by Deputy Commissioner /CEO, Leh Simrandeep Singh and Dr. K.M. L Pathak, DDG (AS), ICAR, New Delhi. Addressing the meeting DC, Leh said that it is a big opportunity for Leh to host the 3rd Interf...

MP Ladakh takes stock of people's grievances & problems
Leh, September 22, (Scoop News)- Member Parliament, Thupstan Chhewang visited Burma, Charasa, Kuri, Murgi, Kubed, Ayee, Aranu Yokma & Gongma, Khemi, Nyunsted, Yarma Gonbo, Tongsted, Henachi, lChanglung, Sasoma and Taksha villages, besides flood-hit areas and took stock of the problems being faced by the people of these villages. The M P was accompanied by Jigmet Raftan, Block Development Officer, Panamik. Sarpanches and Gobas of the villages demanded construction of irrigation khuls, opening of health centers, school up-gradations, link roads and relief for flood victims. The problems projected by the villagers were realignment of road with a bridge at Khemi Tokpo, LPG home delivery se...

Air India operates additional flight for Leh
Jammu, September 15, (Scoop News)- According to Station Manager Jammu Mohammad Arif due to cancellation of Air India Flight AI450 Dated 15-09-2014 from Jammu to Leh, Air India operates additional flight for Leh AI4450 on Dated 16-09-2014 (Tuesday). The departure of the additional flight for Jammu to Leh will be at 0910 AM. All the stranded passengers of the cancel flight are advised to report at Airport at 0700 AM Sharp. ...

Army triumphs Ladakh Scouts Marathon
Udhampur,September 15, (Scoop News)- The 3rd Ladakh Marathon was organised by the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council at Leh. A total of approximate 3,000 participants from across the world took part in the Marathon. The aim of the Marathon was to foster National Spirit and encourage Sports in Ladakh. The 3rd Ladakh Marathon had four categories namely the Khardung La Challenge Ultra Marathon of 72 Kms, the Full Marathon of 42 Kms, the Half Marathon of 21 Kms and the 7 Kms run in which maximum school children participated. The Ladakh Marathon is the World’s Highest and Toughest M...

Spalbar inaugurates an irrigation pond at Taru village
Leh, September 13, (Scoop News)- The Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC, Leh Rigzin Spalbar today inaugurated an irrigation pond constructed by TISS at Taru village. The completed pond is one of the project in Taru village undertaken by TISS under the MoU already signed between LAHDC, Leh and TISS and financially supported by IDBI under Corporate Social Responsibility scheme. After inaugurating the pond, CEC along with Councilor Basgo Tsering Norboo, Project Director, TISS Leh Sonam Jorgais, Sarpanch Taru and other members inspected other ongoing projects of TISS in Taru which include two ...

CEC, LAHDC declares Takmachik an Eco Model Village
Leh ,September 02, (Scoop News)- In a function organised by LEHO at Takmachik village, CEC, LAHDC, Rigzin Spalbar declared Takmachik an Eco Model Village and said that a MoU would be signed shortly in partnership between LAHDC, Panchayat, Takmachik and LEHO to start with the formulation of the project and its implementation by March of next year. On the occasion EC Agriculture Sonam Dorje, President LEHO Dr. Din Mohd, Director LEHO Raziya Sultana, District Horticulture Officer, Leh and Horticulture Development Officer, Khalsi were also present. Spalbar stressed that every Ladakhi must...

BOSE organizes first time an awareness programme on Adolescence Education
Leh ,September 02, (Scoop News)- For the first time an awareness programme on Adolescence Education is being organized in Leh. Organized by J&K State Board of School Education (BOSE) in collaboration with NCERT New Delhi at Leh Conference hall the two days awareness programme was chaired by Executive Councilor for Higher Education, Mohd. Shafi Lassu today. Addressing the programme, Executive Councilor for Higher Education Mohd Shafi Lassu said that adolescent period is the most sensitive stage in human life adding that it is the same period in which adolescents are venerable to drugs, ba...

No encroachment, DC Leh in touch with his HP counterpart: Gurezi
Srinagar, August 30, (Scoop News)-Minister of State for Sheep and Animal Husbandry, Nazir Ahmad Gurezi while replying, on behalf of Minister(I/c) Revenue, on a Calling Attention Notice of Nurboo Gialchan informed the House today that Sercho area of block Nyoma falls on the border of Leh and Himachal Pradesh (HP) and generally people cross over to either side for grazing their cattle. The Minister said that Deputy Commissioner Leh has been asked to pursue the matter vigorously to ensure that no permanent encroachment takes place in the area. Regarding the issue of demarcation of boundary between Leh and Himachal Pradesh, the Minister said that Deputy Commissioner is in touch with his cou...

 
 Debate
Scottish Referendum -A dampener for the Kashmir secessionist
By B L Saraf More than the recent flood furry , it is the outcome of the Scottish referendum that has stolen plebiscite narrative from the J & K separatists . The flood induced black out of print media in Kashmir has denied the so called Kashmir experts and Pak propagandists an opportunity to rake up plebiscite issue and misguide the gullible , in run up to the Scottish referendum , held to decide on the future of Scotland’s relations with the United Kingdom . While as the Pakistan propagandists , in Kashmir , are busy in putting their flattened houses...

Army generates new debate in Kashmir
By Shafiq Mir Already divided and confused on various political theories, ideologies and slogans, the Kashmiries have been engulfed with an other confusion. And this latest confusion has been added by the armed forces working in Kashmir by doing a good work during the recent devastating floods in Jammu Kashmir which the Kashmiries had never expected from them. On seeing the appreciation for army by common people, even the separatist forces have been left confused that how to fight it back and keep their grip continue on the masses . As per government claim, about 1 lakh and ...

Nature’s Verdict
By Dr Nirmal Kamal It is not what was initially presumed to be heavy incessant rains later turned into “Flood Fury” when a frail part of protecting embankment (baand ) supporting river Jehlum gave way to enter bowl like valley of Kashmir to cause disaster and havoc wrought in Jammu region on 3rd of this month taking toll on several of precious lives. Furious forceful outflow of water created “Pralaya” on the roads, entered shops, buildings, households, displaced and made everybody’s life – poor and rich, infants an...

Salam Kashmir: An artist on Noah's Ark
Naeem Akhtar Human beings tend to come out with their best or the worst in face of disasters. The current deluge in Kashmir is no exception. Here are two stories from the same neighbourhood, Jawaharnagar, once a posh locality in the uptown Srinagar. Both narrated by the most authentic witnesses who have been the central characters of these stories. On Sunday, 7th of September I received a message from Dr Iffat shah the renowned dermatologist of the city that her parents living in Jawaharnagar were 'drowning in their second story' and asked me to do something. Her parents happen to ...

I can’t remember another natural disaster where govt was so completely paralysed
By Omar Abdullah I’ve spent an awfully long time staring at this blank computer screen wondering where to start from, wondering how to put in to words what I’ve seen, felt and experienced over the last couple of weeks. The suffering and difficulty that I’ve seen the people of my state go through has been unimaginable, and at times almost overwhelming, but I want others to get a sense of what it has been like to try and lead Jammu and Kashmir through these difficult times. None of what I've written is in any way offered as an excuse or a defence of what went wrong in the firs...

Without Mincing Any Words
Brig Anil Gupta Jammu & Kashmir has experienced the worst tragedy in the living memory of many people. It’s still reeling under the effect of massive devastation caused due to unprecedented rains and floods in the first week of September. But for the heroic and selfless efforts of the Indian Armed Forces and the National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) the magnitude of the tragedy would have been unimaginable. The tragedy is not over as yet; while I sit down to pen my thoughts. There is extreme resentment and anger among the public for total collapse and callousness of the civil adm...

Floods - May you wash away the prejudices !
B L Saraf The humongous floods have inundated the state of Jammu & Kashmir in general and the Valley in particular ; bringing heaps of misery , of varied kinds, to the helpless residents .The destruction caused by the floods in Kashmir is a tragedy of a great magnitude . The devastation brought about is unbelievable and , in most cases , immeasurable . Hundreds of precious lives have perished in the furry - a loss which can never be recompensed. It is a human problem . The state government is missing from the scene . The Indian Army has ...

Prepare for a dangerous Pakistan
By Dr. Ramesh Tamiri Pakistan’s neurotic obsession to change the status quo in Kashmir,seek parity with India by resorting to cross-border terrorism to check its ascendency to a regional power and chase strategic depth in Afghanistan has pushed Pakistan in to a state of chronic instability. Far from hurting India its policies have put the very future of the state at stake. The jihadi assets it reared over the years as tools of for pursuing its strategic policies have turned against it and have been indulging in systematic assaults on the symbols of the army and the state. There ...

 Jammu News
YRS celebrates 119th Birth anniversary of Maharaja Hari Singh
Demands establishment of Rajput welfare Board and state holiday on 23rd Sept
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)-The Yuva Rajput Sabha (YRS) today celebrated 119th birth anniversary of Maharaja Hari Singh ji at Paloura where various Sabha Presidents of Rajput communities participated with enthusiasm. On the occasion the achievements and the role of Maharaja Hari Singh was highlighted by various speakers. They also stressed upon the contribution of Maharaja Hari Singh to protect the identity and rights of the subjects of the state. Sh. Balwant Singh Mankotia, MLA and state President NPP, Ch. Lal Singh, Ex MP and Sr. BJP leader and Sh. Dharamveer Singh, Ex-Dy. Mayor, JMC ...

IFFCO Kissan Sabha Trust provides relief material for flood victims
Bhalla flags off trucks to Valley
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- Minister for Housing, Horticulture, Culture, Youth Services and Sports, Raman Bhalla, today flagged off 5-trucks carrying relief material to Kashmir Valley. The relief material has been provided by IFFCO Kissan Sabha Trust, New Delhi. Bhalla expressed sympathies with the grieved families and issued directions to the officers to gear up their men and machinery in restoring public utilities in the flood affected areas of the State. He said that massive relief operations have been launched besides priority is given to save precious lives and property of the victims of flood and landslide. The Minister directed the Reve...

Education deptt clarifies teachers’ postings in Poonch
Poonch, September 23, (Scoop News)-Refuting the information given in the news item published in Urdu Daily Udaan, the education department has clarified that 75 vacancies of teachers were available in Zone Mankote and as such a large number of candidates belonging to Poonch area and Mendhar area were adjusted in Zone Mankote whereas no candidate belonging to Zone Mankote has been adjusted in Zone Balakote. It is further clarified that in HSS Dhargloon one Teacher was temporarily adjusted on the recommendations of the Principal concerned as the school was under staff having three vacancies of teachers and one vacancy of Master lying vacant. In H/S Chijjla one teacher was adjusted in the in...

JKAACL organizes Kavi Sammelan, Book Exhibition
Kathua, September 23, (Scoop News)- As a part of Hindi Diwas celebration, 2014, the J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages today organized a Kavi Sammelan and Book Exhibition at Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education at Kathua here today. ADC Kathua Prasanna Ramaswamy G was the chief guest on the occasion while CEO LSDA Dr Bharat Bhushan presided over the function. Chairperson of the College Anu Dogra, Additional Secretary, JKAACL, Dr. Arvinder Singh Aman, Principal of the college, faculty members and large number of students were present on the occasion. The prominent writers and poets who participated in the Kavi Sammelan included Nirmal Vino...

Develop Srinagar, Jammu as smart cities: Gupta
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- State Vice President Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Mr Rattan Lal Gupta on Tuesday sought inclusion of Srinagar and Jammu cities in the central scheme of ‘smart cities’ for ensuring their overall development on modern lines. “Keeping in view the tourism importance of Srinagar and pilgrim destination of Jammu, the two cities of Jammu and Kashmir qualify for being including under the 100- cities target of the Union Urban Development Ministry”, he said in a statement issued here today. Mr Gupta urged the Chief Minister Mr Omar Abdullah to take up the issue with the Centre which has embarked upon identifying two to three cities in each state for...

AIR Commodore Ashutosh lal takes over as AOC Jammu
Jammu, September 22, (Scoop News)- Air Commodore Ashutosh Lal VM, took the charge of Air Force Station Jammu as the Air Officer Commanding, today. He assumed the command vice Air Commodore Prasanth Eknath Patange YSM, VM, who relinquished it, prior to proceeding on posting. A colorful ceremonial parade as per the customs and tradition of the IAF marked the occasion of change of command. The parade was commanded by Group Captain SP Singh Chief Operations Officer (COO), of Jammu Air Force Station. The air warriors turned out in their crisp blue uniform, exhibited smart ...

State Govt not doing enough for the flood victims: BJP
Jammu, September 22, (Scoop News)-State Bharatiya Janata Party has criticized the lackadaisical and non performing approach of State coalition government in dealing with situation arising out of recent floods in the state. When the population across the state is suffering immensely the State Govt is not doing enough to mitigate the sufferings of the victims, and help them in rehabilitation. Addressing media persons, party State Spokespersons Sunil Sethi (Senior Adv.) and Balbir Ram Rattan both took the govt to task for having surrendered to the situation and circumstances and leaving everyth...

SOS International distribute relief items to rain & flood victims
of Sunderbani, Nowshera, Kalakote & Rajouri
Nowshera (Rajouri),September 22, (Scoop News)- Rajiv Chuni Chairman S. O. S. International - An organization for Displaced Persons from PoK today asked Government to immediately constitute a Joint Committee comprising of members from all political parties, social & religious groups at local level for identifying the real deserving victims and the quantum of relief to be provided to each such victim. The local administration should hold regular meetings with such committees for smooth & fair distribution of relief, Mr. Chuni said. Mr. Chuni demanded from the Government for providing immediately one forest tree free of cost at local level to the victims of flash floods or rains for making...

 
 Kashmir News
Assist community mobilization, medical and relief camps
Baramulla, September 23, (Scoop News)- With a view to review the situation of the relief and rehabilitation work in district Baramulla, Bandipora and Kupwara, the Administrative Secretary Social Welfare Department Mohd Shafi Rather chaired a meeting of officers at Dak Bunglow Baramulla today. Rather has been appointed as special commissioner (relief) for north Kashmir in view of the recent floods. The District Development Commissioner Baramulla Dr. Farooq Lone briefed the special commissioner about the rescue, relief and the rehabilitation works carried out by the Dy. Commissioner in the recent floods. The DDC visualized the present situation in the district and detailed the damages to ...

122 pumps utilized in dewatering operation round the clock: DG FES
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)-Direct General, Fire & Emergency Services today said that as many as 122 portable fire pumps and fire tenders have had been deployed by the Fire and Emergency Services Department for dewatering operations in several areas of Srinagar City. These pumps have been operated round the clock to quicken the dewatering process. He said that after the city was submerged due to floods, 10 Stations of the department were submerged in water in which fire tenders, portable fire pumps, hydraulic platforms and other imported equipment were inundated. He said, however, the department utilized all machinery that was available besides it arranged Fire Tenders, and pumps ...

Union Health Minister visits city hospitals
Taj briefs him about the damage to Health infra
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)-Union Health and Family Welfare Minister, Dr Harsh Vardhan visited all the city hospitals of Srinagar today, where he took stock of the damages caused to equipment and machinery. The Union Minister visited the wards and theaters of SMHS Hospital, LD Hospital, G.B. Pant Hospital and interacted with the patients and their attendants. Minister for Health and Medical Education, Taj Mohi-ud-Din who accompanied the Union Minister briefed him about the devastation caused to the health infrastructure in Kashmir Valley particularly tertiary care hospitals. Later, Dr Harsh Vardhan along with Mr Taj reviewed the situation at a meeting of the ...

Traffic movement on National Highway rescheduled
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)-According to the IGP Traffic, traffic shall ply from Srinagar to Jammu from 2100 hours to 2400 hours (of previous day) up to 0600 hours of next day while normal traffic will be allowed to ply from Jammu to Srinagar from 0600 hours to 1500 hours. The cut off timing for up traffic will be 1500 hours at Nagrota, 1700 hours at Udhampur and 2200 hours at Jawaher Tunnel and no multi axel/multi-tyre vehicles will be allowed to ply on NHW till further orders. During down traffic day, the traffic will ply from 2100 ( of previous day) up to 0600 hours of convoy day and no traffic will be allowed to ply from 0600 hours to 0900 hours towards Jammu from Levdora. H...

Civil Secretariat not closed for two days
Move employees, contact allotment committee for alternate accomodation
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)-An official spokesman has clarified that the Civil Secretariat would not remain closed for two days as was reported by a local newspaper. The spokesman said no such order regarding closure of the civil secretariat has been issued by the Government. He urged upon the government employees to resume their duties immediately while requesting the media to authenticate news reports from the concerned government agencies before these are published. Move employees, contact allotment committee for alternate accomodation. According to Director Estates, all those employees seeking temporary/alternate accomodations can contact the allotment committee co...

Lal Chowk traders share their agony with Mirwaiz
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)_Terming the local resources available as too meager to deal with wide spread destruction and damage inflicted to economic infrastructure in the state by the ravaging floods, APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Tuesday said that international aid should be allowed to provide succor to people and help rebuild the damaged infrastructure and residential houses. Visiting the flood hit people at Lal Chowk, Abi Guzar Nowgam, Kanehama and other places, he expressed his complete solidarity with the affected people. He also offered his heartfelt condolence f...

Azad,Soz visits several villages in Beerwah Constituency
Srinagar, September 23, (Scoop News)- Ghulam Nabi Azad-MP, Leader of Opposition Rajaya Sabha and Prof. Saifuddin Soz-MP (former Union Minister) President JKPCC visited today several villages in Beerwah Constituency of district Budgam which were affected by recent devastating floods, both the leaders (Azad & Soz) assured the people that Congress party will provide every possible help to them. They visited flood affected areas like Gouripora, Soazait, Narbal, Gagarrpora, Check-Kauossa, Yarigound, Batapora-Kanihama, Rasoo, Sonoor-Kalipora, Chaira, Sehpora, Peathmukam, Hanjibug, Paripora, Arwah and Beerwah-town. Addressing the people at various places both the leaders Azad & Soz exp...

JKP establishes tent colony at Bemina
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir Police has undertaken various activities supplementing support to the civil administration in relief and restoration measures. As a part of this campaign, the Organization today established a tent colony at Bemina near Haj House. 40 homeless families have been accommodated in the colony. The aim is to provide all possible assistance to the flood sufferers and alleviate their hardships as their houses and belongings have been damaged by the floods. Side by side, the Organization is supplementing the authorities to in restoration of hospitals and other essential establishments to bring the life on rails. The jawans of Jammu and Kashmir A...

 
 Other Stories
Army recovers dead bodies at Dhok Bagla
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- The recent floods due to torrential rains this year have inflicted large casualties, stranded hundreds of people and damaged civilian property including animals and livestock in J&K. In one such incident, three members of Mohammad Aslam’s family including him were buried under debris at Dhok Bagla near Kotranka on 06 Sep 14 due to a massive landslide. Recovery of dead bodies of the family became intricate for the civil administration due to continuous and heavy rains in this tough mountainous terrain. The plight of relatives of ...

SSP Kichloo delivers lecture on Cyber security
Udhampur, September 23, (Scoop News)-Information Warfare (IW) awareness workshop was conducted on Tuesday at Air Force station by Indian Air force Udhampur. Weeklong warfare camp will conclude on September 29. Senior Suuperintendent of Police (Vigilance),M. Y. Kichloo, was the special guest in the inaugural ceremony. For a week long awareness workshop major activities will be conducted are: Series of events and competition, Poster and Slogan competition for School children, Poster and Slogan competition for Air Warriors, Quiz competition for Air Warriors and awareness regarding ...

BFDC Celebrates the birthday of Maharaja Hari Singh as Plantation Day
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)-Bahu Fort Development Committee (BFDC), J&K celebrated the 119th birth anniversary of last Dogra ruler Maharaja Hari Singh as the plantation Day under the leadership of its President ; Kr. Rajeev Charak. The Volunteers as well as the dignities of the committee assembled at the spot where the statue of Maharaja Hari Singh is situated near Police Station, Bagh-e- Bahu they garlanded statue and expressed their views and showed their devotion towards their King. During the occasion Kr. Rajeev Charak highlighted the contribution of Maharaja for state and its peo...

MLC Ravinder donates ambulance to Bimbliya-Thangriot Panchayat
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- MLC Ravinder Sharma-Chief Spokesperson JKPCC today donated an ambulance to Bimbliya-Thangriot Panchayat from his MLC’s CDF to meet the long pending demand of the area. A function was held at Bimbliya (Katli) and Thangriot to express gratitude to MLC Ravinder Sharma for providing Medical facility to the remote and far-flung areas of Nowshera-Sunderbani. BMO-Sunderbani Dr. Govind Sharma, Sarpanchs Suresh Kumar and Rakesh Kumar, Talentar Singh, Nek Ram besides other prominent citizens of the area were present on this occasion. They also thanked for cre...

For rehabilitation put life in administration: Moza
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)- Terming the response and the conduct of relief operations by the state government as confused, sluggish and bereft of purposeful direction, BJP state Spokesperson Lalit Moza (Adv.) said that in addition to the efforts of relief and rehabilitation, the government must first fully make its administrative machinery operational and put life in it. The administrative machinery at the grass root level has totally vanished because of the unprecedented floods in the valley. The government should as an extra ordinary emergency measure make arrangements for providing shelter to the grass root staff so that they are able to perform their duties effectively and purpos...

ADC reviews Navratra arrangements
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)-In order to review the arrangements being made by the civil administration for ensuing Navratras, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Additional Deputy Commissioner Jammu, K.S. Parihar at Bahu Fort here today. Senior officers of various departments besides members of management committee of temple attended the meeting. Issues regarding water and power supply, security, barricading, healthcare, traffic, repair of roads, illumination, and decoration were discussed in the meeting. ADC issued specific instructions to all the concerned departments to ensure that all the elaborate arrangements be made well in time to faci...

NGO donates for poor girls’ treatment
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)-Shri Shera Wali Mata Welfare Service Society, a Non Governmental Organisation, has donated Rs. 21000/- for treatment of 21 years old Monika Sharma D/o Deep Sharma, college student R/o Dinga Amb , Hiranagar District Kathua who is suffering from Kidney failure and presently being treated in Super Specialty Hospital, Jammu. Managing Director of the Society, Rajesh Sharma, through Dr. Rishav Sharma in presence of Dr. Ghanshyam Dev, Principal, Govt. Medical College Jammu along with Deputy Director (P&S), Medical Superintendent, Super Specialty Hospital, Jammu, Arvind Sharma, Social Worker. \ After thorough investigation of the case by Dr. S.K. Bali, HOD ...

Noor Mohd gets NCC commendation medal
Jammu, September 23, (Scoop News)-Brig Sandeep Kala Officiating Additional Director General NCC, J&K today presented Director General NCC Commendation Medal to Noor Mohd, an employee of NCC Directorate Jammu and Kashmir for his meritorious and exemplary service during RDC-2014. The employee was given the honour during an award ceremony held at NCC Directorate, Canal Road, Jammu. ...

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