Tuesday, July 26, 2016
 
 Top Stories of The Day
Dy CM for early completion of the dev projects, fast pacing SBM
Srinagar, July 25(Scoop News)- The Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today directed the officers to ensure early completion of various developmental projects being under taken in the Housing & Urban development sector so that people get the requisite modern housing facilities and the state comes up as one of the model states of the country. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking at a review meeting convened to discuss the status of various developmental initiatives being undertaken by the government. Commissioner Secretary Housing & Urban Development, Mr Hridesh Kumar, VC, SDA, Mr Tehseen Mustafa, Commissioner SMC, Mr Bashir Ahmad Khan, Director Urban Local Bodies, Mr Tufail Mattoo, Secretary JK Housing Board, Mr Rampaul , Chief Town Planner Mr Iftikhar Hakeem and other senior officers were present. Dr Singh directed the officers to ensure that the developmental projects under...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
Govt will not tolerate terrorism in any form: Rajnath Singh
JK CM lashes out at Pakistan for instigating youths in Kashmir to take up arms
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who was on a two-day visit to the Valley to take stock of the situation on Sunday appealed to people of Kashmir to help restore peace and normalcy first. He also appeal to the youth to not resort to stone-pelting.Home Minister said that grievances, if any, of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, needed to be solved through talks. However, he made it clear that government will not tolerate terrorism in any form. Talking to reporters in Srinagar Rajnath Singh said that Pakistan’s role is not pure towards Kashmir. It would hav...

JK Policeman injured in attack dies,Kashmir valley remained peaceful today
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-A policeman, injured in the attack on a police station in Kulgam district on July 15, today succumbed at a hospital here today. Police said that Constable Mudasir Ahmad No 619/Kgm who was injured in a law and order/militancy incident at Yaripora, Kulgam on July 15 succumbed to his injuries at SKIMS today. Meanwhile the situation throughout the Kashmir valley remained peaceful and under control today. According to Police there were no reports of any untoward incident from anywhere in the valley although some stray stone pelting incidents were reported from isolated places. There was no curfew in most of the towns/areas of Kashmir valley althoug...

Governor assents to the Bills passed by the State Legislature
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-Governor N.N. Vohra has accorded assent to the following Bills passed by the State Legislature: (i) Jammu and Kashmir Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorised Occupation (Amendment) Bill, 2016; (ii) The Jammu and Kashmir Civil Laws (Special Provisions) (Amendment) Bill, 2016; (iii) The Jammu and Kashmir State Commission for Backward Classes (Amendment) Bill, 2016; (iv) The Jammu and Kashmir Brick Kilns (Regulations) (Amendment) Bill, 2016; (v) The Jammu and Kashmir Chit Funds Bill, 2016; (vi) The Jammu and Kashmir General Sales Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2016. As regards the Jammu and Kashmir Panchayati Raj (Amendment) Bill, 2016, as certain i...

Communication blockade increases mental problems: DAK
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that communication blockade has increased mental problems in Kashmir. President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said that communication blackout has escalated problems of anxiety and depression among people and they are at a greater risk of becoming violent. It has been two weeks now, phone lines are down and internet is blocked. People are frustrated at being caged inside and cut off from what is happening in their own valley. They do not know what the situation is in villages and towns across the valley,...

 
 Ladakh News
Tsering Dorjey visits the villages of Kharu block, takes stock of public issues
Leh, July 23 (Scoop News)-Minister for Ladakh Affairs & Cooperatives Tsering Dorjey Lakrook visited the villages of Kharu block today. It was his maiden visit to a village after assuming the ministerial portfolio of Ladakh Affairs. He was accompanied by Executive Councillor Works Dorjey Motup, Executive Councillor Agriculture Tsering Wangdus, Superintending Engineer PMGSY, concerned engineers of PDD, Construction and PHE departments, Block Medical Officer Leh, Block Development Officer, Tehsildar, CDPO and officers of Kharu block. Addressing the various gatherings at villages of Sakti, ...

CEC, DC visit SNM Hospital, inspected different OPDs and labour wards
Leh, July 23 (Scoop News)-Responding in a proactive manner CEC, LAHDC Dr. Sonam Dawa along with DC, Leh Prasanna Ramaswamy G today visited SNM Hospital, Leh to look into the matters raised during GCM recently. CMO, Leh Dr.Yangchan Dolma, MS SNM Hospital Phutsog Angchok and other senior staff of SNM were also present during the visit. CEC directed the boys employed at the parking barricade to deal politely and patiently with the visitors and to let go the patient’s vehicles on priority. It was also decided to collect the parking fee while leaving the premise to avoid traffic congestion n...

13 brave hearts of 12 JAK LI offered supreme sacrifice while beating back counterattack after counterattack during Battle of Yaldor in 1999
Capt Anmol Kalia, Sub Bahadur Singh and L/N GM Khan were awarded VC (Posthumous).
Drass, (Ladakh), July 22, (Scoop News)-12 Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (JAK LI) was inducted into Yaldor sub sector in May 1999. It was tasked to drive a wedge between the enemy’s defences on Point 5203 and those on the Khalubar Ridge, which were separated by the Junk Lungpa (Lungpa translates as stream from Ladakhi). The Battalion inducted through the Junk Lungpa at night under the very nose of the enemy. Consequently, heavy artillery and machine gun was directed upon them. On Jun 1, 99, the Battalion captured Point 5390, which was thereafter utilised to bring down artillery ...

Nation commemorates valour of indian soldiers in Kargil conflict (Point 4875 : unmatched gallantry)
(Captain Vikram Batra, PVC (POSTHUMOUS)13 JAK RIFLES)
Drass (Ladakh), July 21, (Scoop News)-Point 4875, in the Drass sub sector was an important objective during the Kargil War as this complex, consisted of very high mountain features which dominated the area across the LOC and observed artillery fire could be directed on the enemy’s line of communications almost all the way up. The main features in the Pt 4875 complex included Whale Back, Flat Top and Shivling. The task to recapture Point 4875 was given to 13 JAK RIFLES, the battalion that had distinguished itself at Point 5140 in the Drass sub-sector. 13 JA...

Ladakh Scouts in North, 22 Grenadiers to Point 5287, 1/11 Gorkha Rifles in South
and 12 JAK LI to Point 4812 were tasked to retrieve Khalubar ridge during Kargil conflict on June 29/ 30, 1999
Yaldor, July 20, (Scoop News)-The Khalubar Ridge lies in the forbidding Yaldor sub-sector North of the Indus River. By virtue of its location, it dominates all approaches towards the Line of Control, both to its East as well as West. In 1999, the enemy occupied this feature, with their administrative base at Muntho Dhalo towards the North West of the Ridge. Khalubar was the hub of enemy defences in Yaldor and its capture by us would cut off his supply lines. Accordingly, plans were made to launch attacks from the East of the feature onto it at several points. In the Nort...

CEC for rationalize and re-organize teaching staff in Leh
Leh,July 20 (Scoop News)-The second day of GCM commenced with intense discussion on education sector where serious issues on detachment, transfer, enrolment, results and ratio of local and non-local students in government schools, shortage of bhoti and other subject teachers, status of department website to ensure transparency in transfers, blockwise analysis of board results and proper functioning of Dy CEO office at Kharu block were raised. On the unanimous concurrence of house CEC gave decision to rationalise and re-organise teaching staff on need basis and to fix transfer tenure for...

Waterkeeper Alliance launches Himalayan Glacier Waterkeeper Initiative in Ladakh
Leh,July 20 (Scoop News)-Waterkeeper Alliance, in partnership with Live to Love International and Himalayan Glacier Waterkeeper, founded by His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa, head of the Drukpa Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, today launched the Himalayan Glacier Waterkeeper Initiative in Ladakh at Druk Padma Karpo School, Shey. This is a first-of-its-kind initiative to protect water bodies in the Himalayas, which for the source of fresh water for nearly half the world’s population in Asia. His Eminence Thuksey Rinpoche was the chief guest on the occasion and CEC, LAHDC Dr. Sonam Dawa was the gu...

Capt K Clifford Nongrum, MVC 12 JAK LI, lone brave heart from Meghalaya
to have won prestigious award
Drass (Ladakh), July 19, (Scoop News)-On the intervening night of June 30/ July 1,1999, in the operations to capture Point 4812, Lieutenant Keishing Clifford Nongrum was tasked to assault the feature from South-Eastern direction. Lieutenant Nongrum led his column over the near impossible vertical feature. On reaching the top, his column encountered strong enemy opposition. The enemy was well entrenched in interconnected bunkers, carved out of boulders, and remained protected from artillery fire. The enemy pinned the column of Lieutenant Nongrum down with heavy and accurate automatic fire for about two hours. On seeing the futility of own fire against the fortified bunkers, ...

 
 Debate
Kashmir back to square one
By K.N. Pandita For more than a year in the past Pakistan’s credibility with the Americans is on its downward slide. Even the buddies of Pakistani Generals at the Pentagon have begun to look away. The annual report of Pentagon to the Congress is a scathing criticism of Pakistan’s double-speak on terrorism with specific reference to Haqqani group getting sanctuaries in Pakistan. US Congress convened a meeting of its law makers to reflect on Pakistan’s double speak on Taliban-Al Qaeda combine. Congressman Poe told the lawmakers to put a simple question to Islamabad “Are u...

Post-Burhan Kashmir puts Mehbooba on another test
Straight Talk
By K B Jandial In the last 27 years of militancy, Kashmir has seen many long cycles of violence and blood baths and this spell too would come to an end without any gain for anybody. Every stakeholder in the theatre of Kashmir politics is a loser. Look, the post- Burhan period of 10 days has made Kashmir bleed more than what he was able to bleed India in six years. So far, over 40 lives have been lost in this senseless violence erupted after the successful operation on 8th July, 2016 at Sharifabad village of Kokernag area of South Kashmir, once considered bastion of PDP an...

Kashmir wounded once again
By Amit Kushari Kashmir’s tussle with India does not seem to end. It actually started on 26th January 1989 when the JKLF gave a call of Yom-e-siah (black day) , an appeal to the Kashmiris to launch a struggle against the Indian authorities. I have argued with many of my Kashmiri friends many times asking them as to why they cannot live in peace in India. I used to tell them that India is a joint family of 29 brothers who live happily with their wives and children in a perfectly secular democracy. All differences are ironed out in a democratic way and it is extremely profitable to stay in a joint family, sharing each others joys and sorrows. India is also developing and prospering at...

The mission of self-destruction
By K. N. Pandita What we see in the valley is the mission of self-destruction at work. It is sad. Let me explain. Pakistan is viciously reacting to Modi’s diplomatic and economic forays into the developed countries as well as Central and West Asia. It is perturbed by Modi making deep inroads into the littoral States, which Pakistan at one time thought was its extended backyard. More ominous is Saudi Arabia going responsive to him. What makes Islamabad stand on wits end is that during his jaunt to Saudi Arabia, Modi did not have to hear Saudi rant against Iran, the country with which India has developed closer strategic, economic and cultural relations. During Modi’s tri...

Tryst with history
By K.N. Pandit The issue of Pandit return to the valley is intermittently raised in various quarters. J&K chief minister touched on the issue in and outside the legislative assembly, perhaps with more passion than any of her predecessors in office. New Delhi’s policy on this issue is as vague as it has been so far. For them it is not of any extraordinary political significance as to exert pressure on State leadership. Kashmir majority population has already turned down any formula of their rehabilitation; the one they are reconciled to is return of the native to his or...

Wither N C – but at what cost ?
By B L Saraf It is not an epitaph - only narration of facts . 2nd July 2016 having gone by and Idd is on the celebration mode : memories of same day of year 1984 come to our mind. People in Kashmir rose early in the morning to celebrate Idd when, amidst the celebrations, they saw a political drama of far reaching consequences unfolding in Raj Bhawan Srinagar . FarooqAbdullah was out of the CM’s office giving way to G M Shah , his estranged brother in law . Memories get refreshed as the date and the festival come close on the heels of 25th June ,...

Malice against ‘outsiders’, BJP joins bandwagon?
Straight Talk
By K B Jandial Winning elections is perhaps easier than running a Government, more so when it is a coalition of parties with opposite ideologies. Parties ‘sacrifice’ their ideologies, wittingly or unwittingly to remain in power. Nothing could be more demonstrative of this political compulsion than north pole-south pole alliance Government in India’s most sensitive state of J&K. Some may call it political opportunism or lust for power as once die-hard political outfit doing just opposite to what its leaders had been propagating in the past. BJP, ultra nationalist party, is in a...

Mehbooba Wins – Challenges before her
By B L Saraf Mehbooba Mufti has won Anantnag Assembly by –election to retain the C M chair . That an incumbent political functionary , who combines in himself / herself supreme executive authority , comes out a winner in an interim poll is , generally , a foregone conclusion .So ,there is nothing special about C M Mehbooba’s present win . That , however , does not detract from her proven credentials to be a winner at the hustings . Except noticing that she has won in alliance with BJP , this election doesn’t call for a hair splitting analysis . But then ...

 Jammu News
JK CM immensely hates State Subject PoK refugees: Chuni
Jammu, July 25(Scoop News)- “Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti immensely hates State Subject PoK Refugees as it has been evident from her deeds and acts towards State Subject PoK Refugees since the day, she has been holding the office of CM of the State of Jammu and Kashmir”, this was stated by Rajiv Chuni, Chairman S. O. S. International – An organization for PoK Displaced Persons, during a mammoth rally held at Rehari Colony, Jammu. While addressing thousands of life members State Subject PoK Refugees, Mr. Chuni stated that the present BJP-PDP Coalition Government headed by Mehbooba Mufti ha...

Secretary CAPD reviews supply, stock position of food grains
Jammu, July 24(Scoop News)-Secretary, Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution department, Shafiq Ahmed Raina, today convened a meeting to review the supply and stock position of ration under National Food Security Act (NFSA) and Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Food Entitlement Scheme (MMSES) in Jammu region. Director CA&PD, GS Chib, officers of Legal Metrology department besides senior officers of the department were present in the meeting. The Secretary directed the Assistant Directors to ensure proper lifting, distribution, storage, transportation of ration and automation of fair price shops besides timely verifying all the sale centres and stores in their respective areas. He asked the officers o...

BJP team meets Rajnath Singh, submit memorandum
Jammu/Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-Led by Party State President & MLA Sat Sharma CA, a team of BJP leaders comprising of Vice-President Dr. Drakashan Andrabi, State General Secretary (Organisation) Ashok Koul, State General Secretary Pawan Khajuria, State Spokesperson Khalid Jahangir, Additional Publicity Secretary Dr. Ali Mohd Mir, Kashmir Protocol Incharge Arif Raja, Kashmir Grievances Cell Incharge Dr. Rafi Ahmed and Kashmir Media Incharge Altaf Thakur, called on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh at Srinagar on Sunday and submitted a memorandum on prevailing situation in Kashmir, Amaranth yatra, concern for security forces, raising the demand for vacation of PoJK at all Internationa...

JK Tourism cultural show witnesses huge rush
Jammu, July 23 (Scoop News)-The cultural programmes being organized by Directorate of Tourism, Jammu in collaboration with Indian Council for Cultural Research every evening at Yatri Niwas, Bhagwati Nagar, Jammu are witnessing an enthralling response. The objective of organizing the show is to explore the hidden talent of local artists by showcasing the different dance forms of Jammu and Kashmir to the visiting Amarnathji Yatries so that they can act as ambassadors of JK Tourism for attracting more tourists to the state. The event was started from July 1 - the inauguration of Amarnathji...

Excise Commissioner felicitates winners of painting competition
Calls students as ‘Ambassadors for Anti Drug Drive’
Jammu, July 23 (Scoop News)- Excise Commissioner, J&K Tsering Angchok today felicitated winners of painting competition held by the department across the state as part of its anti-drug campaign. The winners felicitated today included students of schools falling in Excise Range (Jammu North) and Excise Range( Jammu South). The competition was held on the topic “Drug addiction is an invitation to death and destruction” on June 16, this year in all the excise districts of the state, at an impressive programme held at Amar Singh club. Around 2000 students participated in...

In view of monsoon, public advised to desist from going near Tawi, streams
Jammu, July 23(Scoop News)-The Irrigation and Flood Control (I&FC) Department has advised the general public not to venture near water bodies, including rivers and streams. “The general public is advised to desist from going near river Tawi, Balole Nallah, Aik Nallah, Garore Nallah and other local nallahs of Purmandal Block, Satwari Block, Dansal Block, Bhalwal Block and other seasonal nallahs in district Jammu in view of the ongoing monsoon season as the discharge in the said river and nallahs may rise instantly resulting into untoward incident including loss of life and property” a I&FC notice stated. The department has also advised the tipper and trolley owners engaged in extraction ...

Speaker kick starts developmental works at Digiana
Jammu, July 23(Scoop News)- Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Kavinder Gupta today launched various developmental works in Ward Number 58 at Digiana. Senior functionaries of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), other concerned departments besides locals of the area were also present on the occasion. Speaker started the upgradation work of lane, drains and road in various areas of Ward No. 58 including Dashmesh Nagar Green Avenue and Akali Kaur Singh Nagar, Digiana to be completed at an estimated cost of Rs. 7 lakh by Jammu Municipal Corporation. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Gup...

Independence Day celebration; DDC Poonch discusses arrangements
Poonch, July 23(Scoop News)- Deputy Commissioner Poonch, Mohammad Harun Malik discussed the arrangements for the Independence Day celebration in a meeting held here today. The meeting discussed in detail certain important issues including arrangements for security, traffic managements, uninterrupted power and drinking water supply, illumination of important monuments and buildings, sitting arrangements and ground leveling at the sports –the venue for the function. It was informed that Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP), JKAP, CRPF, NCC, besides contingents of various educational insti...

 
 Kashmir News
Div Com reviews law, order situation in Valley
Srinagar,July 25 (Scoop News)-Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon today chaired a meeting of officers of line Departments to review the law and order situation, pace of various developmental works and smooth functioning of schools in the valley. The Deputy Commissioners of other districts of the Valley participated in the meeting through video conference. The Divisional Commissioner directed that the concerned district administrations will provide every possible support for the smooth functioning of the schools in their respective jurisdiction, adding that the concerned ZEOs will monitor the functioning of the schools in their respective zones. ...

Separatist leaders announce detailed programme of 'shut downs
blackouts and paying homages' till July 29.
Srinagar, July 24, (Scoop News)-Separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik in a joint Statement Sunday reiterated that the peoples struggle for justice was started in 1931 against the autocratic rule of the Dogra monarch, much before both India and Pakistan were born. "Unfortunately for the people of J&K when the subcontinent gained freedom, the yoke of oppression passed on from an oppressive autocrat to oppressive democrats," the statement said. The amount of oppression that the people of the state are routinely subject to at the hands of authorities and its agencies especially the police. The alleged killings by the security forces and ...

Vaccination schedule for Hajj pilgrims of Anantnag announced
Anantnag, July 24(Scoop News)-All the Hajj pilgrims of district Anantnag are informed to reach the designated venues for vaccination for the Hajj 2016. The vaccination of pilgrims of tehsil Shangus and Kokernag/Larnoo will be held at SDH Shangus and SDH Kokernag respectively on 26 July 2016, while as vaccination for the Hajj pilgrims of tehsil Sallar and adjacent areas will be held at PHC Sallar on 27 July. The vaccination programme for pilgrims of tehsil Pahalgam/ Mattan will be held at PHC Aishmuqam on 27 July. Similarly for the Hajj pilgrims of tehsil Bijbehara and Dooru/Verinag, the vaccination will be held at SDH Bijbehara and SDH Dooru respectively on 28 July. The vaccination of...

Accept Kashmir is a Political Issue – NC to Home Minister
National Conference delegation led by Omar Abdullah submits memorandum to Home Minister
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)- A high-level party delegation of National Conference led by Party Working President Omar Abdullah on Sunday called on the visiting Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh in Srinagar and expressed its deep anguish, disappointment, grief and sorrow over the loss of lives in the current unrest in Kashmir. The delegation also highlighted the glaring political failures of the Central Government and the State Government and called for immediate political engagement with Pakistan and a cross section of internal stakeholders within Kashmir to pave way for a political solution to a political problem that has claimed thousands of lives. Omar Abdullah, who led the pa...

Time to take bold initiative for meaningful political dialogue
CPI(M) delegation demands immediate end to use of brutal force and banning use of pellet guns against the protesters
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-A delegation of CPI(M) comprising of Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, Ghulam Nabi Malik, Mohd. Afzal Parry and Mohd Amin Dar met Hon’ble Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh today. The delegation appraised him about the deepening of massive unrest in Kashmir and its fall out.The outburst of mass protests throughout Kashmir demonstrates the growing and deepening alienation of the people particularly the youth. The response of the authorities has resulted in unfortunate deaths of dozens of unarmed civilians and thousands who got injured. There has to be an immediate end to this use of brutal force against protesters. Use of indiscriminate pellet guns making number ...

Separatist leaders appeal international community
urge people to remain steadfast and follow programme announced earlier
Srinagar, July 23, (Scoop News)-Terming the use of force by security forces and their agencies, separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik in a joint statement on Saturday said this is a grave matter of concern and international community cannot stay silent on it. Stressing that valley today was collectively fighting for justice, the leaders said in such circumstances it is the collective responsibility of both the leadership and the people to carry the struggle forward with consistency, resolve and unity. Appealing people, separatist leadership asked them to remain steadfast and follow the already given programme. Paying tributes to t...

Vaccination schedule for Hajj pilgrims of district Kulgam notified
schedule for Hajj pilgrims of district Srinagar on 30 and 31 July
Srinagar, July 23(Scoop News)-The vaccination of Hajj pilgrims of district Kulgam shall be conducted from 26 and 27 July, 2016. As per notification of Chief Medical Officer, Kulgam, the Hajj pilgrims belonging to Block DH Pora shall be vaccinated on July 26, 2016 at Sub-District Hospital DH Pora, while as Hajj pilgrims of Block Qazigund shall be vaccinated on July 26, 2016 at PHC Devsar. Similarly, the Hajj pilgrims of Block Kulgam shall be vaccinated on July 26, 2016 at BMO Office Kulgam and Hajj pilgrims of Block Yaripora shall be vaccinated on July 27, 2016 at SDH Yaripora. The Hajj pilgrims belonging to Block Qaimoh shall be vaccinated on July 27, 2016 at PHC Qaimoh. The Hajj pi...

481 rice packs distributed in Kulgam
Kulgam Srinagar, July 23(Scoop News)-Deputy Commissioner Showkat Aijaz today distributed 481 packs of rice and equal number of daal packets among the poorest of the poor category of consumers in Kulgam town. Each pack carries 5 kg of rice. The special ration dispensation was initiated on the directions of the Chief Minister in order to cater to the consumer needs of the downtrodden section in the obtaining situation. The Deputy Commissioner said around 1000 such special packs of rice will be distributed to the destitute section of the society so that nobody suffers on account of shortage of essentials. ...

 
 Other Stories
DHSK establishes helpline for cancer patients
Srinagar, July 24(Scoop News)-Directorate of Health Services, Kashmir (DHSK) has made available helpline numbers for Cancer Patients across Valley. In this context if any Cancer Patient across valley is not able to reach SKIMS, Soura for treatment he/she can avail Oral Cancer Drugs (Tamoxifen, Letrozole, Imatinib, Bicalutamide, Geftinib, Temozolamide) from listed District Hospitals. These drugs have been supplied to DHSK by SKIMS, Soura. For proper facilitation of the needy patients people can call on Dr Showkat Ali (9419043028), Dr Rehana Kausar(0194-2300444(), Dr Ijtaba Shafi (9419070388) and Mr Zahoor Ragi (9419066748). ...

Ganga for promoting sports, physical fitness among youth
Samba, July 23 (Scoop News)- Fifth installment of the Naresh Kumar Memorial Cricket Tournament concluded today with Khalsa Cricket Club lifting the trophy by defeating Suchani Cricket Club in a grueling final here at the grounds of Higher Secondary School, Rahya. The Minister for Industries and Commerce Chander Prakash Ganga was chief guest at the concluding match. SSP Samba Joginder Singh was also present. Chander Prakash Ganga while interacting with the players congratulated them on their commitment and dedication towards the sport. He exhorted upon the youth to channelize th...

Resolve Kashmir as per UN Resolution: Er Rashid in JNU
New Delhi,July 23, (Scoop News)-Hundreds of students, scholars , teachers and people from different walks of life joined solidarity march with Kashmiris held in Jawahir Lal Nehru University Campus and organised by All India Students Association (AISA) and supported by various student organisations, AIP said in statement issued to Press. According to statement, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er Rashid while addressing the gathering appreciated the concern shown by the intellectuals and participants and appealed masses to come forward and save the humanity in Kashmir by forcing the State to...

Hajj training held at Shopian
Shopian, July 23(Scoop News)-The selected Hajj Aspirants 2016 of District Shopian got their orientation training at Jamia Masjid Shopian wherein more than 200 intending pilgrims participated. The District Administration had made all the necessary arrangements for the aspirants under the supervision of Additional Deputy Commissioner & Asstt. Commissioner Revenue Shopian. Other intending pilgrims of the district are requested to get their orientation training at Jamia Masjid Shopian on July 24 (Sunday). ...

Transport facilities for Kupwara NEET aspirants
Kupwara, July 23(Scoop News)-According to Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, the students from the district who are appearing for NEET 2016 at Srinagar on 24, July 2016 have been asked to reach DC’s office Kupwara on 24, July 2016 at 4 AM where from they will be carried to their respective examination centers. For further details the students have been asked to contact on, 9469801028 , 01955- 253335/252427. ...

Transport arrangements in place for students appearing in NEET: DC Baramulla
Baramulla, July 22 (Scoop News)-District Administration Baramulla has put adequate transport arrangements in place to facilitate students belonging to district Baramulla for taking up NEET examination at Srinagar centers to be held on July 24, 2016. The students whose examination centers are at Srinagar have been intimated to assemble at Boys Degree College Baramulla, Boys Degree College Sopore and SDM office Tangmarg on 24 July at 5.30 am wherefrom arrangements of transport will be made available to them. ...

Adequate transport arrangements in place for students appearing in NEET: DC Kulgam
Kulgam, July 22 (Scoop News)-Adequate transport arrangements have been put in place to facilitate students belonging to district Kulgam for appearing in NEET examination at Srinagar and Jammu. The arrangements were finalized at a meeting of officers chaired by Deputy Commissioner, Showkat Aijaz. The students whose examination centers are at Srinagar have been asked to assemble at DC Office Kulgam on 24 July at 4.00 am wherefrom arrangements of transport will be made available to them. The students taking up the examination in Jammu have been asked to assemble at DC office Kulgam on 23 July at 4.00 am wherefrom they will be facilitated to move towards Jammu. The admi...

Transport arrangements in place for students appearing in NEET: DC Anantnag
Anantnag, July 22 (Scoop News)-District Administration Anantnag has put adequate transport arrangements in place to facilitate students belonging to district Anantnag for taking up NEET examination at Jammu and Srinagar centers to be held on July 24, 2016. The students taking up examination in Jammu centers have been asked to assemble at Boys Degree College Khannabal on 23rd July at 5.00 am wherefrom they will be facilitated to move towards Jammu. The students whose examination centers are at Srinagar have been intimated to assemble at Boys Degree College Khannabal on 24 July at 5.00 am where from arrangements of transport will be made available to them. ...

 Back Issues
If you are looking for Issues beyond today. You can simply use this calendar tool to view Issue of Scoop News for any particular Date.
   
 
 
 
 
  Special Stories
3175 pay obeisance at Holy Cave
Army holds vocational training course on 'Electrical and Welding' to boost employment
Karwan-i-Aman passengerspassengers asked to report at SRTC Yard Bemina at 3 AM
NC condoles demise of Aziz Mohammad Qarri
Power shut down
Army conducts lecture on save the girl child at Nambal
BJP celebrates birth anniversary of Chander Shekhar Azad
Oral health is linked with general health: says VC, JU
Report to duties; DC Baramulla
I-Day arrangements finalized at Doda
 
  Articles
Kashmiris are still being fooled in name of religion
Pak has no business to hail killed terrorist
General Sharif’s new `old` ploy to hold on to power
Pakistan’s new war cry: ‘Blowback on Pakistan if we target terrorists’
A New Generation of Struggle
Kashmir police needs more empowerment
Turnaround Mirage in India relations with Pakistan and China
Sufi singer’s killing and Wahhabi project in Pakistan
Pakistan Army now turns to subjugate farmers
Pakistan must learn to live with reality
 
 
� Scoop News, Jammu Kashmir
Home || About Us || Advertise With Us || Disclaimer || Contact Us
Powered by Ideogram Technology Solutions [P] Ltd.