Thursday, October 30, 2014
 
 Top Stories of The Day
JK Elections 2014:CEO holds Media Workshop
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- A daylong workshop for media persons was organized by the office of Chief Electoral Officer here today. The participants comprising members of the media fraternity from both Print & Electronic streams were briefed about issues pertaining to elections by the Chief Electoral Officer, Umang Narula, Director Information and Deputy Chief Electoral Officer. Issues like Code of Conduct for news, advertisement by Political Parties, Paid News, Media Certification etc came up for discussion during the workshop. Narula on the occasion highlighted the role of media in the conduct of free and fair elections. He said the impact of media due to its wide reach is significant and it is an important source of information for voters. As such it is essential to ensure that media is used in the best interest of democracy and the voter, he maintained. ...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
Mufti urges JK youth to become partners in PDP’s enterprise of hope
to shape politically stable, economically vibrant state
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today sought the support of the State’s youth in his party’s enterprise of hope to find a way out, in the future, for JK’s political and economic problems. He said in the days and months to come, PDP will have a critical role to play and a great responsibility to discharge in shaping up a politically stable and economically emancipated Jammu & Kashmir for which it will need the support of the State’s young population more than ever before. “I reiterate my party’s resolve to offer the State’s yo...

Army officer, 3 LeT militants killed Handwara encounter
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)- A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) of Army and three militants were killed in an encounter by Police and security forces in a joint operation in Wadder Bala forests of Handwara area of north Kashmir's Kupwara district. A Police spokesman said here that on a specific information over the presence of militants, Police, 21 RR, 30 RR and 06 RR launched a joint operation in the Wadder Bala forests. The joint party was fired upon by the militants triggering an encounter. In this encounter three militants were killed. He said one Naib Subedar Rajesh ...

ISI's London protest plan failed to take off
Jammu, October 29, (Scoop News)- Pakistan ISI with a backing of Pakistan military intended to give a jolt to Nawaz Sharief, Prime Minister of Pakistan in the name of so-called dispute vis-à-vis Jammu and Kashmir. 26th October, 2014 was chosen to stage a protest in the middle of London City of the United Kingdom 66 years after the Accession of J&K with the Union of India by Maharaja Hari Singh. Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party in a statement have congratulated the POK youth and students for their superb protest against the organizer of the London march in T...

PDP Chief promises new beginning for JK in 2015
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)- Seeking a strong and decisive mandate for his party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said the upcoming Assembly elections offer a historic opportunity for laying out the process of rebuilding a politically stable and economically sustainable Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing party convention of Shopian Assembly constituency here, Mufti said the people of Jammu and Kashmir, more than ever before, today want the politicians to stand up and address the political and economic issues that matter to them. “They want leadership, the...

 
 Ladakh News
JK Elections-Notification for first phase issued
Elections in Leh, Kargil, Ganderbal ,Bandipora, Kishtwar,Doda to be held on Nov 25
Srinagar, (Scoop News)-After the Election Commission of India announced the poll schedule for Jammu and Kashmir on October 25, notification for holding elections in fifteen of the 87 assembly constituencies in the first phase was issued here today. The constituencies going to polls are Gurez, Bandipora and Sonawari in Bandipore district, Kangan and Ganderbal in Ganderbal district, Leh and Nobra in Leh district, Kargil and Zanskar in Kargil district, Kishtwar and Inderwal in Kishtwar district, Doda and Bhaderwah in Doda district, Ramban (SC) and Banihal in Ramban district. As per the notification, November 05 is the last date for filing of nominations, scrutiny of the papers will b...

IAL & Degree College organizes Workshop on “research in ladakh” at Kargil
Kargil, October 28, (Scoop News)- The first Pre Conference Workshop on the Topic “Research in Ladakh” for the youths and research enthusiast of Kargil was organized by the International Association for Ladakh Studies in collaboration with Government Degree College Kargil for the preparation of its international conference in Kargil in the year 2015. The Additional Deputy Commissioner Kargil Mosese Kunzang was the Chief Guest and Scholars like Prof Abdul Gani Sheikh, Dr Sonam Wangchuk (Secretary ILAS), Councilor Disket Nubra Tsewang Rigzin, Sunetro Ghosal, Ajaz Hussain Munshi, Amjad Ali fr...

DC LEH holds General Election Meeting
Leh, October 28, (Scoop News)- In view of the forthcoming Assembly Elections the Deputy Commissioner Leh Simrandeep Singh today called a meeting of all the heads of the department of the district at the Conference Hall Leh. DC asked the meeting to specially remain guarded and watchful of not violating Model Code of Conduct which has come into force from 25th of October, 2014 till 29th of December, 2014. With the MCC coming into force, government employees are barred from availing leave of any nature, although emergency cases can be looked into, said DC. After the declaration of pol...

DEO Kargil Conducted Press Conference
Kargil,October 27, (Scoop News)- Deputy Commissioner Kargil, Mohammad Sadiq Sheikh who is also the District Election Officer Kargil has said Elections for the J&K legislative assembly have been announced by the Election Commission of India and the schedule of elections for district Kargil consisting of two constituencies- Kargil and Zanskar has been issued. Addressing a press conference here today, the District Election Officer briefing that according to the schedule the notification for filling the nominations of election would be issued on October 28, last date of filling of nomination ...

Army takes 19 elderly Buddhists on pilgrimage to Bodh Gaya
and Kolkata
Leh (Ladakh), October 27, (Scoop News)_A tour to Bodh Gaya and Kolkata has been organized for a group of 19 senior citizens of Ladakh region by Army’s Patiala Brigade under the aegis of Trishul Division from October 27 to November 9, a defence spokesman said on Monday . The excursion, he said, was flagged off by Commander Patiala Brigade. According to the spokesman, the aim of this excursion, organized as a part of operation Sadbhavana, was to provide an insight to Buddhist culture and customs prevalent in other parts of the country. The senior citizens have expressed deep grat...

Army celebrates ‘Defenders of Ladakh (1947): Remembrance Day’
Leh, October 27, (Scoop News)- To commemorate the bravery and courage of the Indian Army and the people of Ladakh in 1947 against the Pakistani raiders, the Fire and Fury Corps celebrated ‘Defenders of Ladakh (1947) : Remembrance Day’ at the newly constructed picturesque Col Sonam Wangchuk, MVC Stadium near Shanti Stupa, Leh. The celebrations included the conduct of a series of events which commenced with Inter School Competitions from 8th Oct 2014 to 10 Oct 2014 at Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre, Phyang. Five competitions were conducted which included Football, Volleyball,...

Kargil student association organized a sports festival
Jammu,October 26, (Scoop News)- All Kargil student association Jammu organized a sports festival on the occasion of Accession Day. State BJYM prabhari Sh. Yudhvir Sethi was called upon as the chief guest on the occasion. BJYM Distt. President Leh Hassan Pasha was the guest of honor on the occasion. The program was started by lighting candles and bursting fire crackers to commemorate the accession of J&K with rest of India. Girls category Winner of Table Tennis was Zehra Henas, Badminton - Zehra Henas and Saria Banoo. Boys category winner of Table tennis was Fayaz Hussain, Badminton –...

CEC Rigzin Spalbar visits remote villages of Leh district
Leh, October 24, (Scoop News)- CEC Rigzin Spalbar who is also the Councilor of Lower Leh constituency today visited Skanos Gogsum, Mane Sermo, Skampari-Gongma, Skampari-A, Skampari Yokma, Norbooling, Katmochey, Malpak, Zangsti, Maney Tselding, Nimooling and Metsik Chulung. Besides reviewing all the works already assigned to various departments during his previous tour to these areas in 2011, 2012 and 2013, CEC also gave a patient hearing to the demands and grievances of people and directed concerned departments to note their demands and find appropriate solutions accordingly and also ...

 
 Debate
Back to the Valley
By Sandeep Raina For 24 years, I fed on memories of a place and a people gone bad. A valley that had turned ugly, where blood was shed at the slightest excuse and where humanity had lost its way. I kept away from it. I was afraid, for myself and for my own. This summer, when we told our three children, who have been raised in London that we were going to Kashmir for a holiday, they were mentally geared up for the images on TV and the stories that had gone around in the families. I was prepared for worse. I had actually seen it crumble in 1989. I had first-hand experience of th...

My Vote --- to whom and why?
By B L Saraf Folks , state election is coming . With it comes a breeze which ,some believe in the fond hope , will overcome the stench emitted by the human bodies and animal carcasses , littered over the state due to the September floods . Will it enliven sagging spirits of the sufferers and salvage a bit of life for them is to be seen ; but certainly we do spot migratory birds and six year long hibernated animals of the political genre , flexing wings to sail through the turbulent ele...

A Pariah State and its Terror Army
Brig Anil Gupta Pakistan is a complex nation with several centres of power – the Army, the ISI, the extremists, the religious groups and the beleaguered civilian establishment. From a “failed state” it is soon becoming a “pariah state.” One thing is certain that there has been a “silent coup” in the country wherein Nawaz Sharif has been overpowered by his name sake Chief of the Army Staff. The former has not only been tamed but been made a lame-duck prime minister. The Army is calling the shots, it is writing the script, it is dictating terms and the civilian government is merely...

At It As Usual
By B L Saraf The destruction brought by the September floods in the Valley was so swift and humongous that people could do nothing except stand dumb witness to it and suffer the consequences . Some parts in Jammu province , too, could not escape the fury .The floods swept away hundreds of lives , assets built over ages , carrier hopes and marital fortunes of so many . Thanks to the timely intervention by the Army and Para military forces and the relief efforts of the Central government the scale of damage was contained . But , the unfolding after effects of the tragedy , as days g...

A renewed U.S.-India partnership for the 21st century
By Narendra Modi and Barack Obama Narendra Modi is Prime Minister of India. Barack Obama is President of the United States. As nations committed to democracy, liberty, diversity and enterprise, India and the United States are bound by common values and mutual interests. We have each shaped the positive trajectory of human history, and through our joint efforts, our natural and unique partnership can help shape international security and peace for years to come. Ties between the United States and India are rooted in the shared desire of our citizens for justice and e...

Jammu Havoc and shrieking Suryaputri
By Dr Nirmal Kamal Earlier she cried very soft despite heavy strokes of shovels, drilling machines and other hammering equipments. Never ever “Suryaputri’ was so furious as in early September this year. On 4rth, I took exactly one and half hours to reach my home in Channi Hmmat locality from Kachhi Chowni via fly over bridge, which normally takes 20-25 minutes at moderate speed. Heavy Traffic Jam on both the sides of Tawi Bridge was being managed by the traffic police as the cemented concrete pillars of Bridge over Tawi were being ferociously hammered by the ebullient flood waters. Cops on the duty were permitting vehicles in...

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 ...

 Jammu News
JKAACL organises Multi-Lingual Kahani Goshthi
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)-The Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages (JKAACL) in collaboration with Govt. College for women Parade, Jammu organised a multi-lingual Kahani Gosthi programme in the college. Former Secretary of the Academy and renowned artist, writer, intellectual Prof. Rita Jatindra presided whereas Anjali Sharma I/C Director Doordarshan and Dr. Lalit Magotra prominent Dogri Scholar, Short Story Writer and Critics were the chief guest and guests of honour respectively. Dr. Arvinder Singh Amn Additional Secretary of the Academy also shared the presidium. Prof. Rita Jatindra extended gratitude to J&K Cultural Academy for holding multi-lingual Kahani Go...

DEO reviews election preparedness
9 nomination forms issued in Ramban, Banihal
REASI/Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)- District Election Officer Reasi, Shabir Ahmad Bhatt, held a detailed review meeting regarding election preparedness and other election related matters here today. The meeting was attended by Additional Deputy Commissioner-Shiv Kumar Gupta, Returning Officer (RO)-57, RO-58, RO-59, ACD-Joginder Singh Rai, DTO-Mukesh Sharma, SDM Katra, CHO, CAO, DIO, Ex En PHE, PDD, PWD and other district officers. During the meeting, the District Election Officer had a threadbare discussion with the participants and reviewed the arrangements in place for various election related events besides outlining the functioning of various cells, departments, teams and squads...

Div Com reviews arrangements for darbar move to winter capital
Inspects progress on renovation work at Civil Sect, Govt quarters
Jammu,October 30, (Scoop News)- The Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Shantmanu today took stock of arrangements for the Darbar move to the winter capital. He visited Civil Secretariat, besides government quarters for the Darbar Move employees and took stock of renovations and other works taken up ahead of Darbar move to the winter capital. He was accompanied by XEN Estates Department H. S. Sudan, AEE Neeraj Gupta, SSP Traffic Mohan Lal and other senior officers of various departments. The Divisional Commissioner visited Government Quarters at Janipur, Company Bagh, B.C. Road, Atta Amar Si...

Slash transport fares across J-K: SRS to Govt
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)- State President, Shri Ram Sena, Rajiv Mahajan asked State as well as Central Governments to decrease the fares of transport across the Jammu and Kashmir State after an unprecedented fall in the price of diesel by more than Rs. 6 per litre till date by Modi-led Central Government. Decrease in diesel prices is a relief to all but as of now, there is no proposal to review the transport fares for the common man, Rajiv said adding that such proposals take time and the decision cannot be taken immediately by the government. As the transporters demanded for increasing fare with rise in the price of diesel by lodging protests, Rajiv said that why the State Govern...

Famous poet & writer Amin Kamil passes away
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)-Famous poet and writer Amin Kamil passed away in Jammu on Thursday morning. He was 90 years old. Kamil was born at Kaprin, a village in South Kashmir. He graduated in Arts from the Punjab University and took his degree in Law from the Aligarh Muslim University. He joined the Bar in 1947 and continued to practice Law till 1949, when he was appointed a Lecturer in Sri Pratap College, Srinagar. He was closely associated with the writers' movement of that time and under its influence switched over from Urdu to Kashmiri as his medium of expression. Mr K...

Credibility of Congress at its lowest ebb: Balbir
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)-Questioning the stoic silence of Congress for almost 12 years on the issue of discrimination with Jammu when it was enjoying power first with PDP and later with NC, State BJP has asked its leadership to reveal its compulsions which did not allow it to utter a single word against this discrimination. BJP State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan, while referring to the recent allegations of discrimination with Jammu by a Cabinet Minister & senior leader of Congress that blackmail tactics are being adopted by the ministers of NC and Jammu is being discriminated, termed it as political gimmick having no genuine concern for Jammu and said that credibility of Congress...

BJP launch ‘All In One Number’
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)-To reach maximum people across the state, State BJP IT Cell launched ‘All In One Number’ facility on Thursday at a programme held at party headquarters. BJP IT Cell State Convenor Jaidev Rajwal, alongwith National Executive Member Shamsher Singh Manhas, State Spokesperson Arun Kumar Gupta, Election Campaign Committee Secretary Sat Sharma (C.A) and Ex-Serviceman Cell State Convenor Brig. Anil Gupta, officially released 07304473044 as ‘All In One Number’. Shamsher Singh Manhas, while congratulating the IT Cell team for launching this number, said that the social media is gaining popularity and it has reached a large population. During this era of IT, the num...

100 workers join BJP in Mulhat Darhal
Party poised to form next govt on its own: Asgar
Rajouri,October 30, (Scoop News)- Atleast 100 workers of different political parties today joined Bhartiya Janta Party at Mulhat, Darhal who want change in the area by supporting this party. In this a party function was organised at Mulhut village where atleast 100 people were welcomed in BJP by State Vice President Advocate Vibodh Gupta, Senior Leader Kuldeep Raj Gupta and Nazuk Shah. On the occasion locals who joined BJP have expressed satisfaction over the rule of Modi Government at Centre and hoped that same change should happen in this area so that the area will also move forward towards development. Speaking in the function, State Vice President Advocate Vibodh Gupta said t...

 
 Kashmir News
Mirwaiz condemns state authorities for discriminating flood victims in relief distribution
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)_ Terming the rehabilitation of thousands of families whose houses and property got damaged due to destructive floods as a major challenge before Kashmiris, APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Thursday said the way Kashmiris came forward during the recent floods to help their brethren, similar courage and zeal was needed to rebuild Kashmir. Continuing with his visit to flood hit areas, Mirwaiz today toured the badly flood hit places of Pulwama including Kakapora, Lelhar, Gul Bagh, Ratnipora, Puchal, Gulzarpora and Beighpora. He distributed relief material...

1 died, 04 injured in road accidents
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- One person died while four others were injured in different road accidents across the valley. A Maruti 800 car bearing registration number JK01Q/0733 hit and injured a 60 years old lady Mst. Farzi wife of Habib-ul-lah Bhat resident of Ganisthan at Ganisthan Chowk, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Sumbal. The injured lady was shifted to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries on way to hospital. Sumbal Police has registered a case in this regard. Meanwhile, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK09/0858 hit and injured a boy Jahangir Ahmad Khan son of Anayat-ul-lah Khan resident of Payerpora at Payerpora, in the jurisdiction of Polic...

Lady dies in road accident in Bandipora
Driver arrested: Vehicle seized
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- A lady died after she was hit by an Army vehicle near Police Station Bandipora. Police has registered a case in this regard and seized the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle has also been arrested. A lady Sooda Akhter daughter of Ghulam Hassan resident of Turkipora, Bandipora was hit and injured by an Army vehicle near police station Bandipora. The lady later succumbed to her injuries. Bandipora police has registered a case FIR no. 189/2014 in this regard. The vehicle has been seized and the driver has been arrested. ...

DC Baramulla reviews Muharum arrangements
Baramulla,October 30, (Scoop News)- The Deputy Commissioner, Baramulla, Dr Farooq Ahmad Lone while reviewing the Muharum arrangements at a meeting emphasized the concerned officers to ensure availability of rice, sugar, kerosene oil, LPG to the people of Shia-dominant areas in the district. He also directed them to ensure supply of drinking water, un-interrupted power supply, sanitation and other essential services in these areas. Dr Lone said that the committees have already been constituted to supervise the arrangements across the district. He stressed for intensifying market checking in the district to check hording and black marketing. He directed the officers to be in close touch wi...

Union Highways Ministry approves alignment of NH-1B
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- In response to a communication from Governor N.N.Vohra, the Central Ministry of Road Transport and Shipping has approved that the alignment of National Highway 1B (old) would now be along Chenani-Sudhmahadev-Goha-Khelani-Kishtwar-Sinthan Pass-Anantnag. This important alternative road shall connect vast areas of erstwhile district Doda with the National Highway- 1A. Keeping in view the strategic importance, both militarily and otherwise, of the Batote-Doda Road (NH-244), the Governor in a letter of 3rd June, 2014 addressed to Shri Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Shipping, had highlighted the vital requirement of linking a...

Mufti grieved over Amin Kamil’s demise
‘He will be remembered for times to come’
Srinagar,October 30, (Scoop News)- Expressing deep shock and grief over the demise of Amin Kamil the noted Kashmiri poet and writer, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron and former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has said his contribution to the Kashmiri language and literature is noteworthy and the deceased will be remembered for times to come. In his condolence message, Mufti said Kamil not only gave a new direction to the Kashmiri literature but his novels, plays and musicals added unique flavors in Kashmiri literature. “I convey my heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and his countless fans and admirers. I pray for peace of the departed soul,” Mufti has said in his condo...

SCARD Bank business reaches over 6 Crore
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)- The business of the State Cooperative Agricultural & Rural Development ( SCARD) Bank in deposits lending has increased from Rs. 12 crore in 2011-12 to Rs. 41 crore by ending September 2014 and from Rs. 6 crore to Rs. 10 crore respectively and is expected to double by ending March, 2015 while the recoveries of the bank have increased from Rs. 4.57 crore during 2012-13 to Rs. 6.01 crore as on June 30, 2014. This was disclosed at a review meeting of the bank held under the chairmanship of Secretary Cooperatives, Ramesh Kumar Koul here today. The Secretary asked concerned officers to ensure full achievement of the targets fixed for the...

Corrugated tin sheets worth Rs. 7 crore provided to cocoon rearers for repair of sheds
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)- Commissioner Secretary Agriculture Production Department, Dr. Asgar Samoon visited the Aloochi Bagh, Srinagar and inspected the cocoon auction, market. He was accompanied by Director Sericulture Development Department, Farooq Ahmad Malik and other senior officers of the department. Dr. Samoon was informed that this auction market has been started from October 19 and will conclude on to November 05, 2014. He was informed that during the current year the production of cocoon has been increased and 30000 of cocoon rearers are associated with silk industries. He was informed that the rate at auction has been set at Rs. 945/kg for the current year...

 
 Other Stories
DEO briefs political parties, officers about MCC
DODA, October 30, (Scoop News)-To enlighten the representatives of various political parties and officers about the provisions of Model Code of Conduct (MCC), to be observed during the Assembly Elections 2014, District Election Officer (Deputy Commissioner) Doda, Shyam Vinod Meena today personally apprised them of the guidelines, do’s and don’ts of MCC issued by the Election Commission of India. The DEO emphasized that no party or candidate shall do any activity which may aggravate existing differences or create mutual hatred or cause tension between different castes and communities, religious or linguistics. Parties and Candidates shall refrain from criticism of all aspects of private l...

Delegation of JK Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian calls on Governor
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- A three member delegation of JK Anjuman-e-Sharie Shian led by Aga Mujtaba, called on N.N. Vohra, Governor, here at the Raj Bhavan today. The delegation apprised the Governor about the problems and hardships being faced by the Shia community on account of the recent devastating floods, issues relating to the rehabilitation of the Dal Lake dwellers, and rent due from the Army in respect of Shia Waqaf Board lands. The Governor assured the delegation to take up the issues with the concerned authorities. ...

DGP visits South Kashmir, takes stock of security scenario
election preparedness
Srinagar, October 30, (Scoop News)- In order to discuss and review the arrangements with regard to law and order, security and deployment of forces for upcoming Assembly Elections in Districts of South Kashmir, the Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rrajendra Kumar today visited Shopian and Kulgam, convened meetings of District Superintendents of Police at District Police Headquarters. Addressing the meetings, Rajendra sought reports from the District Superintendents of Police with regard to law and order, security, achievements on anti-militancy front and preparedness for the Assembly E...

NPP leaders call on Chief Election Commissioner
Demandes intervention for free and fair poll
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)- Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party accompanied by Syed Rafiq Shah, MLC, President, Young Panthers called on Shri V.S. Sampath, the Chief Election Commissioner of India this morning and submitted to him several documents relating to violation of Code of Conduct by Dy. Commissioner, Udhampur and demanded an appropriate action without delay. Prof.Bhim Singh also submitted the names of the candidates contesting election from J&K seeking intervention of the Chief Election Commissioner for providing appropriate security cover to the candidates. The NPP Supremo told the CEC that the candidates announced by political parties other ...

Young blood puts faith in BJP
Jammu, October 30, (Scoop News)- A large number of youth joined BJP under the leadership of Former Mayor & State General Secretary Kavinder Gupta in the presence of Talab Tillo mandal president Ayodya Gupta and youth leader Lovkesh Gondhi at an impressive function held at Jammu west district office. Kavinder Gupta, while welcoming the new entrants to the party fold said that the youths are backbone and future of our country; as they occupy a major proportion in the population of the country so their role is very significant in building our state as well as the nation. He also said, while seeing the zest and enthusiasm of the youth he is sure that they will bring an end to the family poli...

Mirwaiz appeals conscientious Kashmiris for liberal donations for flood victims
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)_Head of Dar-ul-Khair and APHC leader, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Wednesday convened a meeting of Dar-ul-Khair at his residence. During the meeting, participants took stock of the efforts undertaken by the Dar-ul-Khair to provide and relief and rehabilitation to the flood victims in the aftermath of destructive floods that wrecked havoc across Srinagar and Kashmir. Announcing that Dar-ul-Khair in the process of implementing its programme under the “AKH Akis” initiative to build 100 houses for the flood victims severely affected by the inundation, the partici...

Army chief emphasizes on focused preparation and hard work for sportsmen
to bring laurels to country in future games
Udhampur, October 29, (Scoop News)_70 sportsperson from Indian Army represented the country in Asian Games this year at Incheon, South Korea, a defence official said on Wednesday. Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh, felicitated the awardees in the federal capital, New Delhi for their commendable performance which contributed towards 11 medals (02 Gold, 01 Silver and 08 Bronze Medals), he said. The eighteen medalists included - Nb Sub Jitu Rai, *Gold* and *Team Bronze Medal* in Shooting - Nb Sub Sandeep Kumar, *Gold Medal*in Archery - Sub Maj Vijay Kumar, Sub Pemba Tamang and Sub Gurpreet ...

Samoon reviews fertilizers position in valley
Srinagar, October 29, (Scoop News)- Agriculture Production Commissioner, Dr. Asgar Samoon has stressed upon the fertiliser companies to ensure that fertilisers remain available to the farmers of Kashmir division. He asked them to create buffer stocks so that in the eventuality of road block or weather vagaries, farmers are not put to any inconvenience on this account. He was reviewing the stock supply position of fertilisers in Kashmir division at an officers meeting here today. He asked the companies to implement the Mobile Fertiliser Monitoring Systems (MFMS) in all areas of the Division as after lifting of ban on SMS facilities on prepaid mobiles there should be no...

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