Thursday, April 25, 2019
 
 Kashmir News
DDC Budgam warns strict action against traffic violators
Asks transporters to provide hassle-free service to public
Budgam, April 24 (Scoop News)-District Development Commissioner, Budgam Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar today chaired a joint meeting of officers and transporters to review overall operation system of public/private transport across all major routes in the district at New Conference Hall, Budgam. The meeting was attended by ADC Budgam, Mushtaq Ahmad Simnani, Dr. Bilal Mahiuddin Bhat (IAS probationer), ARTO Budgam, Mubashir Jan, Dy.SP Traffic, Mr Baba, Dy.SP Headquarter, Feroz Yehya, Tehsildar Headquarter, representatives of transport unions from Magam, Budgam, Chadoora, Khansahab. Stressing on hassle-free transport facility at all routes across the district, the DDC directed concerned to t...

Prevention of beggary: DM Srinagar orders strict action against soliciting of alms at public places
Srinagar, April 24 (Scoop News)-District Magistrate Srinagar, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, in exercise of powers vested in him under the Jammu and Kashmir Prevention of Beggary (JKPB) Act 1960, Wednesday issued an order directing immediate arrest of persons found soliciting alms at public places. The order is aimed at ensuring implementation of provisions of the JKPB Act prohibiting soliciting of alms at public places. It directs for immediate action against anyone indulging in soliciting of alms at public places including in or around places of worship or entering any private premises for the purpose of soliciting alms. The order also directs for action against those exhibitin...

Srinagar police solves burglary case in a shortest possible time
Ganderbal, April 24 (Scoop News)- Srinagar police solved a burglary case in shortest possible time and recovered stolen property including golden ornaments and cash worth lacs of rupees. Police Station Harwan received a complaint from Showkat Ahmad Jan resident of Aarbal Shalimar stating therein that on 13th of February he along with his family locked his house and went to Delhi. Today when he came back, he found his house trespassed, golden ornaments & cash which were kept inside a locker were missing. Accordingly, a case FIR number 8/2019 under relevant sections of law was registered and investigation was initiated. While investigating the case, officers from the Police Station...

Earth day observes at AGS Boniyar
Srinagar, April 23 (Scoop News)- Earth Day was observed at Army Goodwill School, Boniyar. On the occasion the events conducted included speeches by the students on the importance of the environment and a drawing competition. 125 students from class 8th to 12th participated in the event and highlighted the importance of protecting our planet. The students also demonstrated their support for the saving the earth and environment through their artistic creativity in the form of paintings and drawings. The event concluded with the felicitation of students by Secretary, AGS Boniyar. Mujrim Mai Nahi Par Mujrim Mai Hi Hu, staged in Natya Utsav Jammu, April 23 (Scoop N...

Truck caught fire in Qazigund
Srinagar,April 23 (Scoop News)- A truck bearing Registration No. JK05A 8795 reportedly caught fire near Panzath Link road in Qazigund area of District Kulgam. The truck carrying the scrap was driven by Nazir Ahmad Rather resident of Watpora, Bandipora along with conductor Inamul Haq resident of Bandipora. Some burnt currency notes were also found near the site of incident along with charred scrap. Police has registered a case FIR No. 66/2019 under relevant sections of law and further investigation in the matter is going on. Both driver and the conductor of the truck remain in police station for the purpose of investigation. ...

PDP demands more NEET centres in Kashmir
Srinagar, April 22 (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday demanded adequate number of exam centres for NEET aspirants in Kashmir so that the hardships they face by traveling outside Valley are avoided. In a statement issued here, PDP General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura said that in view of the highway ban, inclement weather, dilapidated condition of national highway and sky rocketing airfares, the NEET aspirants are made to face immense hardships for appearing in the exams. Hanjura said that keeping in view the predicament being witnessed by the student community at large in Kashmir Valley, it is high time for the Ministry of Human Resource Development to a...

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