Friday, December 19, 2014
 
 Top Stories of The Day
PDP to establish new system of equality, justice in J&K: Mufti
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-With a promise to formulate a comprehensive programme and policy for the socio-economic growth and development of Jammu region, patron of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today winded up his aggressive election campaign for the fifth and final phase by addressing series of public meetings at R S Pura and Gandhi Nagar assembly segments in support of party candidates Sardar Trilok Singh Bajwa, Bhushan Dogra and Amrik Singh Reen on the last day of campaigning. During the meeting at R S Pura, former Mayor of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) and prominent leader of Jammu region Manmohan Choudhary joined the PDP along with hundreds of his supporters in the presence of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. “Formation of PDP government in Jammu and Kashmir is inevitable because people have made up their mind to give PDP a chance to provide them ac...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
PDP a credible voice of the people of J&K: Mehbooba
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Retreating resolve of her party to aggressively pursue the pro-people agenda, president of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mehbooba Mufti today said that PDP has become a uniform force to unite all the regions and sub-regions of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. She said that PDP has emerged as credible voice of the people of J&K. Addressing series of public meetings in Nagrota assembly segment in support of party candidate Hussain Ali Wafa, Ms Mufti said that the PDP had translated its promises into realities so people of the State have high hopes from...

BJP, PDP don’t want everlasting peace in region: Dr Farooq
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- President National Conference, Dr Farooq Abdullah Thursday said huge number of people should take part in the democratic process to defeat the divisive agenda of BJP. In a fax message to people of Jammu from London, Dr Farooq Abdullah appealed the people in Jammu region to vote in large numbers and defeat the divisive agenda of communal parties like BJP who are hell bent upon to destroy the secular fabric of the state. He said that the huge turnout in the ongoing assembly elections are hints enough for BJP to know that people in Jammu and Kashmir don’...

Mirwaiz offers prayers in absentia for students killed in Peshawar army school attack
Srinagar, December 17, (Scoop News)-APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has described the killing of 142 people including 135 children by terrorists in Peshawar as barbaric, atrocious, inhuman and completely against the teachings of Islam. Addressing a gathering at the historic Jamia Masjid on Wednesday before leading the funeral prayers in absentia for the massacred children, Mirwaiz expressed his solidarity and sympathy with the families who lost their dear ones to the terrorist attack. Terming the attack on innocent children in Peshawar as an act of cowardice, he said, "there was no...

NC confident of forming new government: Omar
‘Congress in deep frustration’
Lohai (Bani),December 17, (Scoop News)-Working President National Conference and J&K Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Wednesday said that the under current in favour of National Conference and enthusiasm of its workers to register remarkable victory in 2014 Assembly Elections has frustrated its opponents to such a high degree that they are making all bogus propaganda and stooping too low to criticize NC and its leadership. Omar Abdullah was addressing election rallies at remote areas of Lohai, Nathi, Duggani in Bani Assembly Constituency and at Bishnah Assembly Constituency organized in favour ...

 
 Ladakh News
LBA demands inclusion of Bhoti language in 8th Schedule
Leh, December 18, (Scoop News)- On the initiative of Ladakh Buddhist Association (LBA) a grand rally for inclusion of Bhoti language in the 8th schedule of the Indian Constitution was organised today. Irrespective of religious and political affiliation, the procession participated by a large number of gathering started-off from Skytsags passing through SNM Hospital, All India Radio Leh, New Bus stand and culminated at Leh pologround. A two-minute silence for the innocent victims who were killed in Pakistan was observed at the beginning. Later prominent personalities who spoke on ...

Fire and fury corps celebrates “vijay diwas” at Leh (Ladakh)
Leh ,December 16, (Scoop News)- On the occasion of Vijay Diwas, a memorial service was organised at Leh War Memorial by the Fire and Fury Corps to commemorate the victory of Indian Armed Forces against Pakistan in 1971 Operations and pay homage to our brave Martyrs. During the 1971 war, Ladakh Scouts had played a pivotal role in the liberation of 804 square kilometer of area in Turtuk and Tyakshi under the indomitable leadership of Colonel Chewang Rinchen. The wreath laying ceremony at the Leh War Memorial was followed by felicitation of War Veterans and Veer Naries. Similar functions ...

Lalok Sports Association & Army conducts inter villages / schools Ice Hockey Tournament in Chushul
12 teams participate
Chushul (Ladakh), December 15, (Scoop News)-Army’s Chushul Brigade under the aegis of Trishul Division organised inter village ice hockey tournament at Tangtse, a defence official told Scoop News on Monday. Ice hockey is a popular sport of Ladakh region during winters and also captures the essence of local sport, especially when the water bodies freeze in the extreme cold, the local youth immerse their heart and soul into the ice hockey rink. The official said as part of the operation Sadbhavna to encourage local talent in sports, "late Lady Cadet Stanzin Odzes Memorial Inter Village...

Chelum-e-Hussaini Observed in Kargil
Kargil,December 14, (Scoop News)- People in Kargil observed the Chelum-e-Hussaini. Mourning Processions from all nearby villages of Kargil Town reachedKargil beating their Chest, Backs with Chains, Chanting Slogans and weeping. The Processions passing through Main Bazzar Kargil via, Islamia School Chowk, Lal Chowk, Khomenie Chowk and concluded at Inqalab Manzil (Qatil Gha) and Hussaini Park Kargil. The Processions Concluded with the Ziyarat-e-Arbayeen by the Religious Scholars who later prayed for the Peace, Prosperity and Communal harmony in the Country. The Speakers also condemned t...

Siachen Brigade organizes medical camp in Turtuk (Ladakh)
Leh/Srinagar, December 13, (Scoop News)- The rugged region of Ladakh is a sparsely populated region and has inaccessible pockets, which are remotely located. The local Army unit deployed on the Shyok Axis has made concerted efforts to reach out to the people of the area by organizing a free Medical and Veterinary Camp in the interior village of Farol (Turtuk) as part of ‘OPERATION SADHBHAVANA’, defence spokesman to Scoop News. He said that the camp was organized today as a goodwill gesture in the service of local people and it aimed at providing succour to the needy people and providing th...

Op Sadbhavana provides basic amenities to the local population of Suru valley
Srinagar, December 11, (Scoop News)- Forever in Operations Division has been contributing towards improvement of Quality of Life of local population in numerous welfare activities under Op Sadbhavana like rescue operations, provision of medical assistance, Bakarwal Mela, provision of educational facilities and improvement of infrastructure in local villages. In order to continue the process of upliftment of local population, informal interaction was carried out with the local population of villages of Kargil and Suru valley to ascertain their problems and requirements. ...

Spalbar expressed his concern over the missing girl
Leh, December 08, (Scoop News)-To establish the latest progress in the missing case of 16 year old girl Afsana Parveen of Thiksay, Leh Ladakh, the Chief Executive Councilor, Rigzin Spalbar took a detail progress report from Senior Superintendent of Police Leh Dr. Sunil Gupta in his office chamber today. Spalbar expressed his concern over the missing girl since 26 Nov 2014 and said that such incident is an alarming threat to a small society like Ladakh. The SSP, Leh apprised CEC that District Police Leh is making every effort on this particular case giving top priority and working vigoro...

Spalbar stresses for need of timely distribution of essential commodities
Leh, December 08, (Scoop News)-In view of approaching festivity season including Losar (New Year), Christmas and New Year celebration LAHDC CEC Rigzin Spalbar holds a meeting with all stakeholders which includes Ladakh Buddhist Association (LBA), Ladakh Gonpa Association, Merchant Association and HoDs. Chairing the meeting Spalbar sought detail information regarding stocking of essential commodities in the region which includes butter, oil, Rice, flour, sugar, K.oil, vegetables, mutton, eggs from every stakeholder to assess the ongoing preparation. Stressing for need of timely distribution ...

 
 Debate
Understanding Article 370 & its politics
By K B Jandial Article 370 of the Constitution of India has been shrouded with controversies right from the beginning when the architect of the Constitution, Dr. B R Ambedkar declined to draft it, forcing Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru to task his another minister and former Diwan of Maharaja Hari Singh, Sir Gopalaswami Ayyangar, to negotiate it with Sheikh Abdullah. However, neither Dr. Ambedkar nor Sardar Patel who too was initially averse to it, did not obstruct its passage in the constituent assembly. In the last six decades, every political party has exploited it for vote bank poli...

Caution should be bye word
Let criminal justice delivery system rise to occasion
By B L Saraf One more incident of sexual offence stares us upfront. On 5th December, the National Capital witnessed a young female executive of MNC falling prey to the lust of a rapist who happened to be her taxi driver of app- based Taxi service, run by Uber service provider. No wonder citizenry felt incensed , as it did in December 2012 when Nirbhaya was brutally raped and murdered in the same city. The matter got compounded when it came to the light that the accused driver had a fake character certificate issued by the Delhi police, for obtain...

Kashmir’s Swing from boycott to ballot
By Farooq Ganderbali Whether Indians like it or not, to the glee of their Pakistani friends, rigging in the 1987 elections was responsible for rise of armed militancy in Jammu & Kashmir; it also contributed to creating disillusionment towards the political system among the people. The Lok Sabha polls held two years later in 1989 saw a low voter-turnout. Credibility of the political system suffered as a consequence. Rattled Delhi worked painstakingly to win back peoples’ trust and confidence. The first step in the direction was the appeal of the then Prime Minister P V Narasimha R...

Politics on Maqbool Bhat, Guru & boycott in Kashmir
K B Jandial Electioneering in India is no hold bar and mudslinging in the heat of campaign to garner votes is nothing new. And interestingly, the parties throwing mud on each other in the campaign, later on become favourite partner to form a coalition to grab power in the event of fractured mandate. After all, politics often make strange bed fellows. Campaigning in Kashmir too witnessed such mudsling between the both ruling coalition partners to the amusement of the people. But the third phase of assembly election, polling for which has been successfully held on Tuesday ...

Terrorists’ attacks expose Pakistan’s nervousness on J&K poll
By Kulbushan Jandial By stepping up terrorists ’attacks in Kashmir, scale of which was not witnessed in many years, in the wake unprecedented participation of the kashmiris in the first two phases of the J&K Assembly elections, Pakistan has confirmed one thing, be it inadvertently - it is hugely unnerved by the collective rebuff of the Kashmiris to the separatists’ policy of boycotts, indirectly to Pakistan as well. The fidayeen attacks on the army installations on the border, first in Arnia sector and on Friday, in Uri sector along with other attacks in the hinterland of the valle...

The Visoka's Curse!
" The mythological curse seems to have stuck to Kashmiris over the ages"
By M. Ashraf Sajjad Lone seems to be nearing his "Achievable Nationhood" after forgetting the unachievable part! From the vision of an independent sovereign Kashmir to dreaming to be the Chief Minister of the Indian State of Jammu & Kashmir is a journey full of struggle and turmoil. Most of the so called Kashmiri leaders in recent times have travelled on this journey. The only certain thing in Kashmir otherwise plagued by uncertainty is the changing stance of people from all walks of life especially the politicians. They change their ideology, convictions and stances like chan...

“Paradise Lost”
By B L Saraf The enchanting physical and spiritual ambience of Kashmir may have stoked the poetic sense of Emperor , Jehangir to describe it thus: “ If ever there is Paradise on the earth , it is here .” The concept remained within the Royal confines for a long period , till the ingenuity of the Kashmir trader and the government promoted the “ Paradise on Earth “ to the hilt for the economic purposes . However , alongside, the Paradise had to contend with a covetous eye of a neighbour across the LOC who , nefa...

Return and Rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits
Prof. A.N. Sadhu Return of displaced persons has been talked of since the very exodus that took place 25 years ago. The entire community of KPs was forced out of their homes and hearth for no fault of theirs or perhaps, for the only fault thatthey are Indians to the core of their heart and shall remain as such for ever. All that has been witnessed during the period that has gone by, tells a story of apathy, indifference and casual approach of the state and the Central Governments towards their return and rehabilitation. Flavoury statements that KPs are an integral part of the V...

 Jammu News
PDP, NC and Congress against empowerments of Panchayats: BJP
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)- BJP state spokesperson Dr. Suresh Ajay Magotra in a statement said that successive Govt. in j&k from last 12 years befooled the public and the panchayat representatives in the name of empowering panchayat unit in the state. Magotra said these parties have never cared to strengthen democratic setup in the state. Panchayat is basic building block of the democratic edifice and not empowering them impinged on the evolution of democracy. Magotra further said that panches and sarpanches across the state have been agitating uninterruptedly for the last 16 years...

“Let’s join hands to change destiny of Jammu-West”: Jamwal
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Seeking vote and support of the people for massive development of Jammu-West Assembly Constituency, National Conference candidate Dharamveer Singh Jamwal on Thursday described the ongoing elections as defining moment for Jammu and Kashmir to have a stable government. “Peoples’ support is crucial for political stability and good governance”, Mr Jamwal said while concluding his campaign across the constituency. He held election meetings at Gole Panjpeer and Jaswant Plaza besides door-to-door campaign across the constituency. Mr Jamwal said he was overwhelmed to see the enthusiasm among the voters who wanted to show their strength on the day of polling,...

Jammu (E) needs a strong legislator: Malhotra
Appeals people to vote for one who can work and strive for people
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Maintaining that the Assembly constituency of Jammu east requires a strong representative in the legislature, who can strive to accommodate aspirations and wishes of all sections of the society, Congress candidate from this segment, Mr Vikram Malhotra today exhorted upon the people vote for him in order to ensure that Jammu east becomes a model constituency. He expressed optimism that the developmental needs of the constituency would be fulfilled in a specified time frame with his getting elected to the lower House of the legislative assembly. On ...

Development Blocks in Akhnoor Kandi and Hilly areas: Sham
claimed ushered new era of prosperity
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Addressing hundreds of Congress activists and local youths to intensified his election campaign, Mr. Sham Lal Sharma, Sr. Congress leader and Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control claimed during his 12 years being Akhnoor MLA, Kandi and Pahari areas upliftment and development remained utmost priority. He stated Development Blocks at Chowki Choura, Mandrian and Bhalwal Brahmana was his landmark achievement since prior to it only one Block at Akhnoor catered the vast Akhnoor Constituency. Mr. Sharma stated for economic transformation ...

NNO extends Sikh support to BJP
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)- At a meeting held by Nirbho Nirvar Organisation at its head office at Gadigarh and presided over by its Chairman Sardar Daljeet Singh, the members of the organization discussed the basic long pending problems of the Sikh community, which is a minority and scattered throughout the state of J&K. The problems with which Sikhs in the state are burdened with were enumerated at the meeting, including denial of representation in the State Legislature, refusal of minority status to them, non-recognition of Punjabi language, not adhering to the provisions and the ...

BJP puts best to achieve Mission 44+
Jammu, December 17, (Scoop News)- Having started the election campaign on November 17 last month and with just one day left for campaigning for twenty most significant assembly seats in Jammu Province, the state unit of BJP is all set to put best efforts to reach the people and mobilize their opinion in favour of party candidates. The party has already taken lead in electioneering in the state by organizing maximum election rallies and visits of maximum number of top leaders. While Prime Minister, National President, Union Ministers and other senior leaders have been going to public to see...

Rana seeks massive mandate for changing overall profile of Nagrota
Nagrota, December 17, (Scoop News)- Intensifying his campaign across the Nagrota Assembly Constituency, National Conference candidate Mr Devender Singh Rana on Wednesday sought a massive mandate for changing the overall profile of the area by ensuring development and implementation of welfare schemes for different segments of people. “Your precious vote will determine future of the constituency for the next six years”, Mr Rana said while addressing several election meeting across the constituency, adding that he has been doing his humble little for the development of the area, not as a ...

Use invaluable experiences for advancement of society: Governor
Jammu, December 17, (Scoop News)-N.N. Vohra, Governor, participated in the celebration of the 32nd National Pensioners’ Day programme which was organized by the Central Government Pensioner’s Welfare Association here today. The Governor complimented the Pensioners’ Association for running a versatile organisation which looks after the interests of the pensioners and, besides, is actively involved in carrying out varied activities which promote social welfare. The Governor suggested that the Association could consider utilizing its valuable collective wisdom, comprising the lifelong exp...

 
 Kashmir News
Police arrests a rape accused Bashir Dar
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- Court had issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against a rape accused Bashir Ahmad Dar son of Sonaullah Dar resident of Bumhama in case FIR no. 367/2007 under section 376/RPC. The accused is an ex- militant.A police party of Kupwara police headed by a Head Constable was deputed to implement the court orders and arrest the accused. Police traced the accused hiding in a house at Kawari. When the police party reached the house the accused lobbed a grenade on them, resulting in injury to a Constable. However, the police party showed bravery and were able to overpower the accused and arrest him. The injured constable was shifted to hospital for trea...

Dar ul Khair to continue its relief efforts throughout winter
Mirwaiz deputes a team to Qamarwari.
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)-On the instruction of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, patron Darul Khair, a delegation comprising of Mohammad Shafi Khan,Mushtaq Ahmad Sofi and others visited Qamarwari area to distribute woollen blankets,clothes and eatables among the flood victims. The effort is part Dar ul Kahir's ongoing distribution of relief goods among the people who had been severely affected by September floods. Expressing their sympathy and solidarity with the flood victims on behalf of Mirwaiz, the delegation told the victims that it would be only through collective efforts of K...

Fateh Khawani observed for Peshawar massacre victims at NC headquarters
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Thursday while condemning the inhuman and barbaric attack on an army school in Peshawar Pakistan in which more than 140 people were killed, paid rich tributes to those martyred in the incident. Condolence meetings were held in both the regions of the state in Srinagar at Nawa-i-Subhu complex and at Sher-i-Kashmir Bhavan Jammu. The party leaders condemned the dastardly attack on the innocent children and said no religion especially holy Islam allows any such cowardly attacks on innocent people particularly women and children. The leaders- Sheikh Nazir (Advocate), Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal, Advocate Ratan La...

Dr Mustafa appeals people to vote in large numbers for NC candidates
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- Additional General Secretary National Conference, Mustafa Kamal Thursday said that PDP and BJP are working on a hidden agenda and are hell bent upon dividing the people of the state on religious and regional lines. Dr Mustafa Kamal was addressing election rallies in Jammu region. He said it was because of the sacrifices offered by National Conference that the state of Jammu and Kashmir is still one, while other parties particularly BJP and PDP have been trying hard to create wedge between the two regions. He appealed people of Jammu region to ...

5 injured in road mishaps
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- : Five person were injured in two separate road accidents in Central Kashmir. A Tavera vehicle bearing registration number JK13B/8381 turned turtle at Samboora near Petrol Pump, in the jurisdiction of police station Pampore, resulting in injuries to three passengers. All the injured were hospitalized. Pampore Police has registered a case in this regard. Meanwhile, a Santro car hit and injured two pedestrians at Chanapora main road near Abu Baker Masjid, in the jurisdiction of police station Sadder, Srinagar. The injured was shifted to Hospital for treatment. Srinagar police has regarded a case in this regard. ...

2 bodies recovered in Kupwara and Anantnag
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- Police recovered two male body including 10 years old boy in Kupwara and Anantnag districts. Some local informed the Police that a body is laying in a Nallah near Khazan Matti bridge in Kralpora area. A Police party of police station Kralpora rushed to the spot and recovered a body. The was later identified as 25 years old Manzoor Ahmad Sofi son of Ghulam Ahmad resident of Bomie Sopore. Police has started investigation under section 174 CrPC to ascertain the cause of the death. After conducting all legal formalities the body was handed over to his relatives for last rites. Meanwhile, Anantnag police recovered a body of ten years old Rouf Ahmad...

One militant killed in Silkot Kupwara
Srinagar, December 18, (Scoop News)- One militant was killed in an encounter with police and security forces in Silkot Kupwara,Police spokesman said. Police said that on specific information a cordon search operation was launched by Kupwara police, 4 Para, 41 RR and 98 CRPF in Peer Mohalla Silkot Kupwara. The Cordon and search operation turned into encounter. One unidentified militant was killed. One AK rifle, 3 magazines, one Radio Set and some documents were recovered from the encounter site,police said. ...

Mufti owes moral responsibility for erosion of Article 370:NC
Results on 23rd will be an unpleasant surprise for PDP : NC Spokesman
Srinagar,December 17, (Scoop News)-National Conference Wednesday said that PDP was a classic example of a political party that bases its politics on inventing lies and propagating them to an extent where they themselves start believing in their own lies. NC Spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu said right from the erosion of Article 370 to the Gaw Kadal massacre to the Pandit exodus to the Afzal Guru hanging, PDP has left no stone unturned to distort history in a never-ending effort to cover up the role of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed in some of the worst travesties of justice against the people of Kashmir. ...

 
 Other Stories
Rana ends campaign with seeking support for Nagrota’s development
Nagrota,December 18, (Scoop News)-Winding up his hectic electioneering in Nagrota on Thursday, National Conference candidate Mr Devender Singh Rana expressed his gratitude to the people for becoming part of his journey during the campaign and appealed to the people of Nagrota to extend their whole hearted support to him by patronizing him. He urged the people to support his mission of transforming Nagrota into a developmental model to emulate. The day began with people joining Mr Rana in his door to door campaign and whirlwind tour of the constituency ahead of the campaigning coming to ...

KVS organises Regional Incentive Awards Ceremony
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Kendriya Vidyalya Sangathan (KVS), Jammu Region, Jammu organized KVS Regional Incentive Awards Ceremony – 2014 in the Auditorium of Kendriya Vidyalya No.1, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu where Prof. (Dr.) R D Sharma, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu was the Chief Guest. The Chief guest was received by presenting flower bouquet by AVLJ Rao, Deputy Commissioner, KVS, Jammu Region. The programme started with lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the chief guest .The students presented recital of Sanskrit Shlokas, welcome song and cultural items during this cer...

NSUI hold a candle light march in Kishtwar
to express solidarity with Peshawar victims
Kishtwar, December 18, (Scoop News)-Students of Kishtwar district strongly condemned the killing of students in Peshawar Pakistan. Hundreds of students under the banner of National Students Union of India (NSUI, this evening held a candlelight vigil from Hidyal Chowk to District Development Commissioner's office in town to condole the killing of students and express solidarity with the family of victims of Peshawar army school attack. While expressing grief over Killing of children, Prakash Singh Dadwal, District President NSUI Unit Kishtwar, said that “It is a black day for humanity"...

Frustrated Omar making irrelevant statements: Arun
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-BJP State Spokesperson & State Election Media Incharge Arun Kumar Gupta, while reacting to the statement of Chief Minister & Working President of National Conference Omar Abdullah that he is confident of forming new government, said that he seems to be day dreaming as his party is not going to reach even double figure, in these Assembly Elections. He said that false statements and high claims of development are not going to help Omar and NC in these elections. Gupta said “Omar should not forget that the vote share of his party has reduced after every Assembly Election and people are already in great anger for leaving them at the care of God in the dreadful s...

BJP will form next government in J&K: Nirmal Singh
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)-Senior BJP leader & candidate from Billawar, Dr Nirmal Singh said that after ruling the state for past many decades, the people are now fed up with the rule of NC, Congress and PDP, as during their rule the state got only corruption and nothing else. Dr Singh said “The people want a change in the guard of this state and this time they have decided to vote for BJP”. He said, the new government at the Centre, led by PM Narendra Modi is very keen to provide the Jammu and Kashmir its due share in the development as the state had been deprived to get any development for the last many years. Dr Singh said “The people of this state must provide thei...

NC and PDP provided political space by Congress party
to fulfill aspirations of the people but they failed: Vakil
Rajouri,December 18, (Scoop News)-Sr. Vice President J&K PCC, Former Minister and Member AICC Mr. Abdul Gani Vakil today said congress is determined to ensure equitable development of all the three regions of Jammu and Kashmir. Congress’s main focus is to develop Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh equitably. He said Congress will ensure that there was no discrimination against any region. Mr. Vakil was addressing public meetings at Manjakote and several other places of Rajouri Constituency. Cautioning the people about the communal and divisive forces in the state, Vakil said that Jammu, Kashmir and...

BJP befooled people by “Ache Din campaign”: Congress
Party will sweep fifth phase polls riding on ‘Azad Wave’: Nizami
Jammu, December 18, (Scoop News)- Claiming that there is no ‘Modi Wave’ in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress today said the party would sweep the fifth phase of elections riding on ‘Azad Wave’ as BJP has befooled the people of Jammu and Kashmir by “Ache Din” Campaign. The Congress party Spokesman Salman Nizami said that after facing rejection in the Valley, the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) was resorting to its divisionary tactics by making misleading statements of discrimination met to the people of Jammu region. Nizami said that BJP was frustrated with the rejection of its candidates in the Va...

NC believes in holistic development; harmony: Gupta, Mirza
Rajouri, December 18, (Scoop News)-Senior National Conference leaders Rattan Lal Gupta and Mirza Abdul Rasheed on Thursday assailed BJP and PDP for their myopic political agenda, saying their machinations may serve their baleful game-pln but ultimate losers were the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. “Divisive politics is not in the interest of sensitive state like Jammu and Kashmir”, State Vice President Mr Rattan Lal Gupta said while addressing a huge rally at Rajouri in support of the party candidate Mirza Abdul Rasheed. Mr Gupta said National Conference will not allow the machinations of these frustrated and disruptive politicians to succeed and cautioned the people to guard agai...

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NC refutes BSP charges; term these as signs of desperation
Mahant Manjit Singh extends support of PDP
Chhamb Displaced Persons Association extended support to Sham Lal
Congress alone can counter BJP's divisive agenda: Saroori
PDSU holds candle light protest against Peshawar barbarism
Billwar will be developed as model constituency: Khajuiria
Peoples’ trust is strength of NC: Motton
Jamwal intensifies campaign; seeks votes for development of Jammu-West
DDC reviews disaster preparedness at Ramban
Crime Branch Jammu produced challan against Advocate and other for forgery
 
  Articles
Assembly Elections this winter
Kashmir students driven out of Exam hall at Rajasthan College
A Little Sand in the fist
It is the Voice of the people
Recruitment Process for School Teachers now and then
Change for Peace, Prosperity and Progress
Public benefits are hereditary under Art 370 and not personal property of any one
A Tryst with Destiny Awaited
Credible legislators- Is it a distant dream?
Some facts about Jammu riots
 
 
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