Monday, February 6, 2023
 
 Top Stories of The Day
Progressing JK: Govt distributes 28 lakh passbooks in J&K under ‘Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani’
Srinagar, February 05 (Scoop News)-Under the revolutionary citizen centric ‘Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani’ initiative, about twenty eight lakh passbooks have been distributed among the beneficiaries of Jammu and Kashmir which is aimed to demystify land records for eliminating possibility of manipulation. Pertinently, Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani initiative is one of the flagship programmes launched by the J&K government to bring ease, transparency and convenience for citizens about land records. Under this initiative, public users can search and view copies of scanned data online on CIS Portal- http://landrecords.jk.gov.in/. The initiative facilitates easy online access to the Land Records System thereby reducing manipulation of revenue records besides improving the efficiency of Revenue offices substantially. This endeavor is part of Digital India Land Records Modernization Progra...
 
 
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J&K Advisory Board for Development of Kisans, AP&FWD organize Kisan Sammelan
Mushroom cultivation shall now be around the year activity, 26 pasteurized compost units, 10 spawn production laboratories, 72 compost units to be established in J&K: Atal Dulloo
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)- The J&K Advisory Board for Development of Kisans organized a Kisan Sammelan in coordination with Agriculture Production and Farmers Welfare Department at Kisan Bhawan, Talab Tiloo here. Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agriculture Production Department and Vice Chairman, J&K Advisory Board for Development of Kisans, Atal Dulloo, inaugurated the seminar in presence of Vice Chancellor SKUAST-Jammu /SKUAST-Kashmir, Professor Nazir Ahmad Ganie. The aim of Kisan Sammelan was to facilitate an exclusive interaction of progressive Mushroom Growers with office...

J&K Tourism Pavilion at OTM Mumbai attracts overwhelming response
Srinagar, February 05 (Scoop News)-The three day long Outbound Travel Mart (OTM)-Mumbai, 2023 concluded last evening with J&K Tourism Pavillion attracts an overwhelming response from the visitors. The J&K Tourism Department had participated in this year’s OTM in a big way as part of its extensive tourism promotional campaign being held across major cities of the country. 112 Co-exhibitors and participants from Jammu & Kashmir attended the travel extravaganza drawing thousands of tourists, holidaymakers, travel trade buyers and tour organizing professionals to the J&K pavilion. The J...

Training Programme for Legal Aid Defence Counsels concludes
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-Two day training programme for Legal Aid Defence Counsels (LADCs), which was inaugurated yesterday by Justice Tashi Rabstan, Acting Chief Justice, High Court of J&K and Ladakh, concluded here today at J&K Judicial Academy, Jammu. On the second day of the programme, four technical sessions were held. The first session was conducted on the topic “Advocacy Skill – Drafting”, wherein, Mandeep Reen, Advocate and Panel Lawyer, HCLSC was the resource person. She shared her experiences and deliberated upon bail applications, miscellaneous applications, appeals, wh...

Lt Governor interacts with NCC cadets at Raj Bhawan
Jammu, February 04 (Scoop News)-Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha interacted with NCC cadets, who had taken part in this year’s Republic Day parade in New Delhi. On the occasion, the cadets shared their experience and training during the Republic Day camp. The Lt Governor congratulated the contingent of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh for securing a historic and unprecedented fourth position amongst 17 NCC Directorates. The selection of 17 NCC cadets to march on the Kartavya path, as part of combined contingent of NCC at the National level and 7 cadets selected for Guard of Honour is indeed...

 
 Ladakh News
10-day ice hockey training concludes at Zanskar
Kargil, February 05 (Scoop News)-The 10-day ice hockey training for children organized by Winter Sports Foundation supported by Royal Enfield and LEDEG concluded today at Munskit Chumik Ice Hockey Rink, Zanskar. Sub Divisional Magistrate, Zanskar, Sonam Dorjay was the chief guest, Station House Officer, Zanskar and other sub-divisional officers were also present on the occasion. The SDM appreciated the foundation. He announced Rs 5,000 to the organizer for providing the training to the children. The SDM also appealed the foundation to prepare the children for National/State level co...

CEC inaugurates awareness program on menstrual health and hygiene
Kargil, February 05 (Scoop News)-Chairman/CEC, LAHDC, Kargil, Feroz Ahmad Khan today inaugurated an awareness program on menstrual health and hygiene organized by Baqirya Health Care and Research Centre (BHC&RC) Kargil in collaboration with LAHDC, Kargil, here at Auditorium Hall. The CEC was the chief guest while Joint Director, Information, Ladakh, Imteeaz Kacho was the guest of honor. Chief Medical Officer Kargil, Commanding Officer Military Hospital Kargil, Chief Education Officer Kargil, Assistant Labour Commissioner Kargil, Executive Officer MC Kargil, Headquarter Assistant to DC ...

Advisor Narula reviews development projects of border villages of Ladakh
Leh, February 05 (Scoop News)-Advisor Umang Narula reviewed the progress of various developmental schemes and projects being implemented in the border villages of Ladakh under the Changthang package, Border Area Development Plan, National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) and Special Development Package. Advisor Narula stressed the need to compile a more comprehensive baseline survey of all the border villages of Ladakh with emphasis on livelihood analysis, the history of the villages, record of pasture lands, the relationship between villages and adjoining villages, the changes that have occurred in these villages over the years, as well as the best practices of the border villages. ...

Acting Chief Justice rolls out virtual case hearing for UT Ladakh
Leh, February 04 (Scoop News)-Under the effervescent patronage and able guidance of Justice Tashi Rabstan, Chief Justice (Acting) High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, the High Court today rolled out an initiative of taking up the judicial matters of UT of Ladakh on the virtual mode by allowing the parties and lawyers to appear and plead their cases from Ladakh. In its first-of-a-kind initiative, the Court of Justice Tashi Rabstan heard the matters of UT of Ladakh virtually, in which the lawyers and the Government representatives who were petitioners and the respondents in the listed cases appeared in virtual mode from Leh and pleaded their cases. As many as six (6) ma...

Regarding the requirements of doctors, senior nurse and data entry operator, the CEC assured of necessary interventions for better patient care
EC Mohsin Ali attends concluding program of 10-day Ice Hockey Training in Leh
Kargil,February 04 (Scoop News)-Executive Councilor, Health, Agriculture, Revenue & Forest, LAHDC, Kargil, Mohsin Ali during his visit to Leh, today attended the concluding program of 10-day Ice Hockey Training organized by Junu Thundal Tsogspa Kukshow at Agling Ice Hockey Rink Leh. At the program boys and girls under age 30 from Kukshow village participated. Ama Chokspa and senior citizens of Kukshow village also attended the program. While speaking on the occasion, EC Mohsin, who was the chief guest, informed that five Ice Hockey Shoes were provided to the trainees last year and five shoes were provided during the current year under Councilor Subsidy Component Scheme. He assure...

CEC Feroz Khan visits Trespone, takes assessment of expansion works of Imam Bargah, functioning of PHC
Kargil, February 04 (Scoop News)-Chairman/CEC, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmed Khan today visited Trespone to take an assessment of the expansion works of Imam Bargah Trespone and the functioning of Primary Health Cente, Trespone. Superintending Engineer PWD, Abdul Mutallib, Councilor Trespone Constituency, Aga Syed Mujtaba, Executive Engineer Suru Valley Division (SVD), Syed Mehdi besides concerned officers and civil society of Trespone were present on the occasion. At Imam Barah, Councilor, Aga Syed Mujtaba informed that the Imam Barah is a historical building and was reconstructed in 1988. He informed that the present space of the Imam Bargah can’t accommodate the present population ...

Health Dept. Kargil observes World Anti-Leprosy Day
Kargil,February 03 (Scoop News) --Health Department Kargil today observed World Anti-Leprosy Day with the theme “Let’s Fight Leprosy and Make Leprosy a History” here at GNM, School, Kurbathang, Kargil. Chairman/CEC, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmed Khan was the chief guest while Deputy Commissioner/CEO, LAHDC, Kargil, Santosh Sukhadeve was the guest of honour. Joint Director, Information, Ladakh, Imteeaz Kacho, Chief Education Officer, Mushtaq Ahmad, Councilor Tai Suru, Aga Syed Abass, CMO Kargil, Dr Munnawar Hussain Wazir, District Leprosy Officer/District Health Society Officer Kargil, Dr Fatima Nissa, Incharge Medical Superintendent, Dr Haji Ali, Block Medical Officer, doctors, ASHA fac...

Director RDD Tahir Hussain reviews block-wise progress under various schemes
Leh,February 03 (Scoop News)-Director, Rural Development Department, UT Ladakh, Tahir Hussain, chaired a meeting to review the block-wise financial and physical progress under various schemes executed by the Rural Development Department. The concerned departmental officers and officials, including the Assistant Development Commissioner, Leh; District Panchayat Officer, Leh; Executive Engineer, REW; all Block Development Officers; Assistant Executive Engineers, Assistant Engineers, Junior Engineers, and MIS Operators attended the meeting. During the meeting, Director RDD reviewed in depth the village and block-wise progress of ongoing and planned works/activities under va...

 
 Debate
US Weapons for Beleaguered Russia courtesy Taliban
Asad Mirza Indeed, war and political circumstances can make you sleep with your enemy, and despite different ideologies they can also make opponents strange bedfellows. As per the reports of the British media, Russia is eyeing weapons left by the hastily withdrawing US forces in 2021 in Afghanistan. To secure these arms Russian diplomats are reported to be wooing the Taliban elements of the caretaker government in Afghanistan. British tabloid The Sun reported last week, citing a Telegram channel that a ‘Kremlin insider’, has said that Russia is seeking weapons from Afghanistan, including those left behind by the US in 2021. Though Moscow denies these claims, Ukrainian and W...

Govt-SC conflict: is it one upmanship?
Straight Talk
K B Jandial The Indian legal system is among the oldest in the world with its law & jurisprudence dating back to centuries, forming a living tradition which has evolved with the lives of its diverse people. India’s commitment to law is manifested in the Constitution which constituted India as a sovereign democratic republic with a well-defined division of power between the legislature, the executive and the judiciary, three pillars of democracy. The Constitution prevents encroachment of power by any of these organs. However, it makes the judiciary a trustee of democracy and fundamental rights of the people. An independent judiciary with power of ‘judicial review’ (not ‘judicial...

Assad, A Pariah No More
Asad Mirza Russia, Turkiye and UAE have initiated plans to start talks with Basher Al-Assad, an unthinkable step till date, and establish peace once again in war torn Syria. It seems as if the pariah of the Arab world, Bashar Al-Assad may soon get a reprieve, as the global and regional powers rally together to forgive him and try to bolster his regime. The latest efforts may also result in further weakening of the US influence in the region. Turkish efforts This change in Turkish stand is sponsored by Assad’s major military ally Russia and the UAE, which have sought to improve Assad’s standing in the Middle East to help balance Iranian influence in Syria. Whereas sever...

Saudi-Iran Ties on Mend
Asad Mirza Recent developments in Saudi, Iran relations seems to be on an upswing and may lead to a better understanding amongst two old foes besides unfolding a new regional and global security paradigm. It seems as if in this winter season, the ice between two largest Muslim countries i.e. Saudi Arabia and Iran, has started melting. One claims to be the leader of the Sunni domination, while the other is the Shiite leader. Though this difference doesn’t hold any importance in difference of opinion between the two on various regional and global issues. However, it seems that the current Saudi dispensation, led by Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is ready to forget...

India To Stamp Its Legacy At G-20
Asad Mirza Occupying the Presidency of the G-20 and UNSC offers India a unique chance to leave its legacy and make the voice of the Global South and developing world heard at these two august fora. By assuming the Presidency of the G-20 and UNSC, for one year and one month respectively, for next one-year India gets a unique opportunity for the country to contribute to the global agenda on pressing issues of international importance. G-20 is the premier forum for international economic cooperation representing around 85 per cent of the global GDP, over 75 of the worldwide trade, and about two-thirds of the world population. During the G-20 Presidency, to show its resolve t...

Russia-Iran Defence Relations Gets a Boost
Asad Mirza The apparent bonhomie between Iran and Russia, two ideologically opposed powers, seems rather surprising. But the reality of wider strategic gains can make one eschew ideology. International politics, internal compulsions and various other external and internal threats and dynamics sometimes bring antagonist forces together. The wider compulsions force countries to forego ideological differences and stances and instead work unitedly for greater gains in the geo-political and regional level besides influencing global politics. The latest example in such a scenario is that of Iran and Russia working together in the backdrop of the continuing Russia-Ukraine wa...

Tough Days Ahead for UK: Rishi Sunak
Asad Mirza The Conservative Party of the UK showed a lot of grit in finalising the name of Rishi Sunak, as the new prime minister of the country very quickly, bringing an end to Liz Truss’s short tenure as the prime minister riddled with bad decisions. Rishi Sunak has become the UK’s 57th prime minister, the first prime minister to be a British Asian, the first Hindu, and the richest person to have held the office. Former prime minister David Cameron had exuded confidence in 2014 when he had prophesised to see a British Asian taking on his role his life time. Lo and behold, the words came true in just eight years. The Conservative Party selected the newest British prim...

‘Ab KeBaar Jammu CM’, Not Guv, LG or Advisors
Straight Talk
K B Jandial Mehbooba Mufti has somehow smeared her image in Jammu to that of anti- Jammu and anti-India, thanks to her strong and provocative statements, utterances and tweets from time to time since her Coalition Govt was dumped by BJP on June 19,2018. Her virulent statements like Tirange ko koi kandadeneywalanehimiley ga, seeking “consent from a Hurriyat party” for forming coalition Govt with BJP( PTI Dec 12, 2015) might have helped her to garner and consolidate her vote bank in Kashmir comprising mostly protagonists of soft separatism, of which she was the author, and now, even separatists, after the space has become available due to demise of Syed Ali Shah Geelani and shuttin...

 Jammu News
DSEJ observes Webinar on World Cancer Day
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-Directorate of School Education Jammu, through its Counselling Cell, in collaboration with American Oncology Institute, on Sunday organised a Mega Webinar on World Cancer Day which was attended live by students, teachers, parents, HOIs, higher officials and others through zoom and Facebook. Dr. Surbhi Kudyar,Associate Consultant (Breast Oncology) American Oncology Institute, Jammu and Dr. Deepak Abrol, SeniorConsultant Radiation Oncology AOI were the guest speakers. While speaking on the issue, Dr. Surbhi Kudyar highlighted the causes, risk factors for cancer, various preventive strategies including nutritional diets and healthy lifestyle role in ke...

DDC Chairperson Ramban tours Gujam –Daheeda area, listens to public issues
Ramban, February 05 (Scoop News)-Chairperson District Development Council Ramban, Dr. Shamshad Shan today conducted an extensive tour of Gujam Daheeda area of Subdivision Gool to review post snowfall situation, besides listening to the issues of the general public. Chairperson was accompanied by DDC Councillor, Sakhee Mohammad; Naib Sarpanch, Shamasdin, Member Tariq Bhat and other PRIs. While interacting with the Chairperson, the people highlighted several issues including construction of link roads from Dachan Nallah to Maswah via Gujam-Januri, Pajja to Maswa and Qazi Morg. They also discussed issues about construction of footbridges over Tarh Nallah , Sim Nallah, Riyaz Grath Januri...

BJP holds District working committee meets in 12 Districts across Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Jammu & Kashmir conducted day-long Working Committee meetings of 12 organizational Districts of Jammu & Kashmir Samba, Kashmir Displaced, Doda, Rajouri, Jammu South, Srinagar, Budgam, Ganderbal, Bandipora, Anantnag, Kulgam and Pulwama. In Doda District, J&K BJP General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul chiefly addressed the working committee meeting of Doda District. BJP Vice-President Shakti Raj Parihar, Pawan Sharma, District President Vijay Mohan Thakur, and other party leaders also addressed the meeting. In Samba, MP (Lok Sabha) Jugal Kishore Sharma, BJP Vice-President & former Minister SS Salathia, BJP General Secretary ...

J&K gears up for fruit revolution with high density plantation project
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir is all set to revolutionize its fruit industry with introduction of High-Density Plantation (HDP) system and production of quality planting material. The Department of Horticulture, in collaboration with Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) and Indian Council of Agricultural Research-Central Institute of Temperate Horticulture (ICAR-CITH), have ventured together to provide technological intervention for this new project. The goal is to make Jammu and Kashmir a self-reliant bio-economy by harnessing the economic potential of its diversified fruit crops. The project aims to enhance the production ...

Vigyan Parishad conducted State Level Camp of VVM 2022-23
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-Vigyan Parishad (J&K), a State Chapter of Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA), organized One Day State Level Camp and prize distribution ceremony of Vidhyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) 2022-23 for the students of Class VI to XI at CSIR-IIIM Jammu on 05.02.2023. Twelve top students were selected through rigorous procedure from 99 students, who were initially shortlisted from more than 1000 registered students at the preliminary stage, for their onward participation in National Level Talent Search Camp. The programme was conducted by Vigyan Parishad J&K team comprising of Prof. Rajni Kant (President), Prof. Pawanesh Abrol (Vice President), Dr. Parveen Kumar Lehana (Vice Pr...

Rana lauds efforts in promoting rich Dogra art, culture through various mediums
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)- Observing that music transcends all boundaries, touches souls and creates an aura free from myopic tendencies, Senior BJP leader Mr Devender Singh Rana today lauded the efforts being made by the Jammu based artists in promoting the rich Dogra art and culture through various mediums over the decades. “True that music knows no boundaries but when it comes to Dogri folklores, these bind the people in unique chord and generate harmony in the society”, Mr Devender Rana said while releasing two albums ‘Kikre Gi Bhoor Paya (Folk Geet) and Tera Hi Om Naam Hai, sung by Sapna and composed by Rakesh Anand and Surinder Singh Manhas here this afternoon. ...

Dr Ab Hamid Zargar assumes charge as Chief Medical Officer Doda
Doda, February 05 (Scoop News)- Dr Abdul Hamid Zargar on Saturday afternoon has taken over the charge as Chief Medical Officer Doda replacing Dr Mohd Yaqoob Mir who has been transferred to Kishtwar as Chief Medical Officer. On this occasion, the outgoing CMO Dr M Y Mir and staff accorded warm and rousing welcome to Dr Ab Hamid Zargar on his joining as CMO Doda and apprised him about the functioning of health sector in District Doda and expressed hope that the District will prosper and witness new era of success in health sector under his able guidance. Soon after taking the charge of CMO Doda, Dr Zargar took an introductory meeting with the staff of all section/schemes and asked the...

High Court rolls out virtual case hearing for Ladakh
Jammu, February 04 (Scoop News)- Under the effervescent patronage and guidance of Acting Chief Justice, High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, Tashi Rabstan, the High Court today rolled out an initiative of taking up the Judicial matters of UT of Ladakh through virtual mode by allowing the parties and lawyers to appear and plead their cases from Ladakh itself. In its first kind of initiative, the Court of Justice Tashi Rabstan today heard the matters of UT of Ladakh virtually, in which the lawyers and government representatives who were petitioners and the respondents in the listed cases appeared on virtual mode from Leh and pleaded their cases. As many as, six (6) matters of t...

 
 Kashmir News
Police arrests drug peddler in Anantnag; Contraband substance recovered
Srinagar,February 05 (Scoop News)-Continuing its efforts to eradicate the menace of drugs from the society, Police in Anantnag have arrested a drug peddler and recovered contraband substance from his possession. Acting on specific information regarding hoarding of narcotic substances by one person namely Aejaz Ahmad Lone son of Ghulam Hassan Lone resident of Cheerpora Uttrasoo. On receipt of this information, a Police Party alongwith concerned magistrate raided the specific spot and recovered 9.5kgs of Bung Boosa from the said house and also arrested the accused person involved in the commission of crime. He has been shifted to police station where he remains in custody. According...

ADGP Kashmir visits Awantipora; Reviews security, law & order scenario
Srinagar, February 05 (Scoop News)-ADGP Kashmir Zone Shri Vijay Kumar-IPS visited Police District Awantipora and chaired a review meeting regarding security scenario, anti-terrorist operations, law & order, anti-drug drive and other issues related to day-to-day policing at the conference hall of DPL Awantipora. The meeting was attended by DIG SKR Shri Rayees Mohammed Bhat-IPS, DIG CKR Shri Sujit Kumar-IPS, DIG CRPF Shri D.P Upadhayay, SSP Awantipora Shri Mohd Yousif-JKPS, SSP Anantnag Shri Ashish Kumar Mishra-IPS and other senior officers of Police & CRPF. During the meeting, ADGP appreciated the efforts of Police for maintaining law & order in the Police district. During the meetin...

DAK calls for population-based cancer screening in Kashmir
Srinagar, February 04 (Scoop News)- On world cancer day, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Saturday called for population-based cancer screening in Kashmir valley. “With cancer reaching epidemic proportions in the valley, screening people for cancer is the need of the hour,” said DAK President Dr Nisar ul Hassan. Dr Hassan said cancer screening detects disease early and reduces the risk of dying from the disease. When a cancer is detected at an early stage, the chances of survival is dramatically higher than when detected at a later stage when the tumor has spread and the disease is more advanced. “In a study survival rate for women diagnosed with cervical cancer at an a...

Farooq, Omar greet people on Guru Ravi Dass Jayanti
Srinagar, February 04 (Scoop News)- Dr Farooq Abdullah, President J&K National Conference, Member of Parliament Srinagar, Omar Abdullah, Vice President JKNC and Hussain Masoodi Member of Parliament Anantnag have extended warm greetings to people of Jammu and Kashmir on the auspicious occasion of Sri Guru Ravi Dass Jayanti. Dr Farooq Abdullah, in his greetings, said that Guru Ravidas Ji was one of the greatest saints who espoused the cause of the humanity and worked untiringly to establish peace, harmony and brotherhood in society. “May his teachings of love, compassion, tolerance and equality inspire us to lead a life of service to humanity” said the former Chief Minister ...

DC Srinagar reviews District Export Plan aimed at making Srinagar an Export Hub
Launch of ODOP Bazaar on GeM to take place shortly: DC
Srinagar, February 03 (Scoop News)-With a vision to enhance the Export of Goods from Srinagar District to boost the local Economy, a meeting was held today under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad at Conference Hall of DC Office Complex here to discuss the modalities for formulating a detailed District Export Action for the Srinagar to Develop as Export Hub. At the outset, the Deputy Commissioner took a detailed appraisal about the measures undertaken for boosting exports of various products which are being produced or manufactured in the District. A comprehensive discussion on the subject was held wherein various issues pertaining to the fin...

Department of Wildlife Protection, WD Kashmir celebrates World Wetland Day-2023
Srinagar, February 03 (Scoop News)-The Department of Wildlife Protection (Wetlands Division Kashmir) celebrated World Wetland Day (WWD-2023) on 2nd February, 2023 at three Ramsar sites under the administrative control of the Wildlife Protection Department in Kashmir valley viz. Hokersar, Shalabugh and Hygam Wetland Conservation Reserves on the theme ‘Wetland Restoration’. To commemorate the event, a grand function was organized that started with a Flag Hoisting ceremony by a contingent of Forest Protection Force Officials at Camping Ground ‘Hokersar Wetland Conservation Reserve’. Additional Commissioner Kashmir, Qazi Sarwar unfurled the National Flag in presence of Rashid Yahya Nagash, ...

Female Patient airlifted from Keran; people applaud efforts
Kupwara, February 02 (Scoop News)-Continuing its efforts to provide better possible facilities to the people living in hilly and far flung areas, the District Administration Kupwara in coordination with Army and other authorities airlifted one female Patient namely Sahana Khatoon from Keran to Zangli Kupwara. From Zangli, the patient was taken to Sub District Hospital (SDH), Kupwara in an ambulance which was kept available by the Hospital Administration. The patient is safe now and receiving treatment at SDH, Kupwara. The people of Kupwara district especially of Keran and other border areas expressed gratitude to Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, Dr.Doifode Sagar Dattatray for making shift...

Rapid growth, welfare of common man center of Union Budget for J&K
Srinagar, February 02 (Scoop News)- The Budget 2023-24 for Jammu and Kashmir is yet another major initiative towards rapid growth and welfare of common man in the Union Territory. This reflects commitment of the government to ensure holistic and inclusive development besides implementation of welfare programmes and execution of various schemes for all segments of the society. Allocation of Rs 35,581.44 crore in the Union Budget for J&K, as announced by Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, will accelerate the growth of the Union Territory. Appreciably, the Central grants in the Revised Estimates for ongoing financial year of 2022-23 have been hiked by about Rs 9000 crore and were n...

 
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Kishtwar Admin organises Career Guidance Session for NEET, JEE-IIT, other Competitive exam aspirants
Kishtwar, February 05 (Scoop News)-District Administration Kishtwar today organised a Career Guidance Session here in Reading Hub (24*7) Library of Government Model Higher Secondary School Girls. The session was the part of the mentorship programme launched by Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Devansh Yadav for the Aspirants of NEET JEE-IIT, CSE and other competitive exa During the Guidance Session, Deputy Commissioner, Tehsildar Kishtwar Muneeb Umar; Accounts Officer DC Office, Imran Ahmed Kichloo besides Dr. Jamsheed Ahmed Assistant Professor from GDC Chatroo talked with the students about strategy and pattern of preparation to crack a competitive exam. About 50 students besides compe...

DSEJ celebrates Guru Ravi Das Ji's 646th Prakash Parv
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-To spread the message of love peace and prosperity, the Directorate of School Education Jammu celebrated Guru Ravi Das Ji's 646th Prakash Parv by organising a bouquet of events based on his teachings and philosophy in schools across all the 10 districts of Jammu Division. These events included short skits, doha recitations, lectures, songs etc and were organised through online as well as offline modes under the guidance and supervision of Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director School Education Jammu. At the Directorate level, the Cultural and Education Cell of ...

BJP SC Morcha celebrates Guru Ravidass Jayanti
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)-Jammu & Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Anusuchit Jati Morcha (SC Morcha) celebrated Shree Guru Ravidass Jayanti at party headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu. State office bearers of SC Morcha, district body team members, DDCs, BDCs, corporators and many other paid floral tributes to Guruji Maharaj at this occasion. Prominent who explored about teachings Of Guru Ji were President BJP SC Morcha Neelam Langeh (Former MLA), state Prabhari SC Morcha Jagdish Bhagat, Dr Krishna Lal (former MLA), General Secretary SC Morcha Adarsh Jathiar, Ashok Gandhi, Vij...

Adopt skills and make your tomorrow better: Prof. Dwivedi
IIMC Director General (DG) interacted with Journalism students of Jammu Campus
Jammu, February 05 (Scoop News)- Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Dwivedi, Director General (DG), Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) interacted with the students of Northern Regional Centre, Jammu Campus on Saturday. On this occasion, Prof. Sanjay Dwivedi said that the time is moving at its own pace and everything is getting upgraded with it. The level of media education is becoming tough and the media companies will choose the candidates in a new way in future. By incorporating certain skills, you will be able to face whatever challenges come in your journalistic career. On this occasion, P...

Justice Tashi inaugurates two day training for Legal Aid Defence Counsels
Jammu, February 04 (Scoop News)-Justice Tashi Rabstan, Acting Chief Justice, High Court of J&K and Ladakh, and Patron-in-Chief/Executive Chairman, J&K Legal Services Authority today inaugurated a two day training programme for Legal Aid Defence Counsels (LADCs), organised by J&K Legal Services Authority in collaboration with J&K Judicial Academy at J&K Judicial Academy, Jammu. Delivering inaugural address, Justice Tashi said that, this programme has been titled as Training Programme but I think the delegates attending the programme don’t require any training as such, because they have al...

BJP Minority Morcha, National Working Committee Meeting Concludes At Raipur Chattisgarh
Jammu, February 03 (Scoop News)-The program was aimed at briefing the leadership from all over the country about strengthening the party at the grass roots level and to acquaint them about the future programs of the organization in reference to the forthcoming elections. The meeting also stressed on the need to propagate the message of the Prime Minister Narinder Modi about, "Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas, Sab Ka Vishwas, Sab Ka Prayaas". Speaking to the dignitaries, Siddiqui exhorted upon them to dissipate the message to all the functionaries at provincial, district, Mandal, tehsil and block levels to remain alert in their respective areas and constituencies, segments and booths to work ...

JK Hoteliers Club Chairman condoles demise of Prominent Businessman Haji Jan Mohammad Koul
Srinagar, February 03 (Scoop News)- An Emergency Meeting Was Called Under The Chairmanship Of Jammu And Kashmir Hoteliers Club Chairman Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya And Has Expressed Deep Grief Over The Sudden Death Of Haji Jan Mohammad Koul Sahab, Who Was Prominent Businessman Of Kashmir And Was Close Friend Of Chaya. In A Statement Issued To The Press, JK Hoteliers Club Secretary General Tariq Ghani Described The Deceased As A Pious Soul Whose Contribution Towards The Upliftment Of The Trade In Kashmir Would Be Remembered Foreve...

J&K Students Association demands registration of PCM students from J&K Paramedical Council
Says, further delay will affect future studies and career prospects of students
Jammu/Srinagar, February 03 (Scoop News)-Jammu & Kashmir Students Association, here on today requested the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and President & Principal, Government Medical College Srinagar/Jammu to allow the students of Physics, Chemistry & Maths branch to get registered on Jammu and Kashmir Paramedical Council (JKPMC) In the Statement, the Association’s National Co-Convener Danish Lone said that they recieved the information from Physics, Chemistry & Math (PCM) Students of Jammu & Kashmir regarding their registrations, where the students are alleging that the Jammu and Kashmir Paramedical Council (JKPMC) is not allowing the students of the mentioned branches to go for th...

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