Sunday, September 27, 2020
 
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J&K Govt notifies officers’ training schedule for B2V3
Srinagar, September 26 (Scoop News)- The Jammu and Kashmir government has notified training schedule for designated officers for the third phase of Back to Village (B2V3) programme in the Union Territory. According to an order issued here today in this regard, the training shall be organised by the Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj. ...

Farooq, Omar express grief over death of Block President
Jammu, September 26 (Scoop News)-National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah and Vice President Mr Omar Abdullah have expressed deep grief over the demise of Mr Mohammed Amin, Block President, Basantgarh in Ramnagar Assembly Constituency of Udhampur District and conveyed their condolences to the bereaved family. Dr Farooq Abdullah and Mr Omar Abdullah prayed for peace to the departed soul and strength to the family to bear their irreparable loss. Provincial President Jammu Mr Devender Singh Rana and senior leader from Basantgarh Mr Raj Kapoor have also mourned the demise of Mr Mohammed Amin, conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for peace to the departed sou...

DIPR condoles with Mukhtar Beigh
Srinagar, September 26 (Scoop News)-Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) has expressed grief and sorrow over the demise of Mother of Mukhtar Ahmad Beigh, Cameraman. A condolence meeting, chaired by Director Information, Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar, was convened here today which was attended by all the officers and officials of the Directorate. The meeting prayed for peace to the departed soul and courage to the bereaved family to bear the irreparable loss. ...

Agricultural reform Bills will bring revolutionary changes in life of farmers: Kavinder
Jammu, September 26 (Scoop News)-Former Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta slammed Congress party for misleading the farmers on farm Bills, emphasizing that these agricultural reform Bills are going to bring revolutionary changes in the life of the farmers. In a statement issued today, the former Deputy Chief Minister said that through these bills, farmers will get more freedom and will get the fair price of their produce, thus helping them financially. “Farmers are being misled by Congress leaders but on the contrary, it will weaken their own party and the country as well," he said, adding that the aforesaid Bills are meant for the development and upliftment ...

Kissan Congress of JKPCC protests at Kahua, against the anti-farmers decisions
Kathua, September 25 (Scoop News)- Kissan Congress of JKPCC held a strong protest demonstration at Kahua, today against the anti-farmers decisions of Modi Government. Led by Ch. Ghartu Ram (Former Minister) Chairman Kissan Congress a protest rally was held at Kathua against the three anti-farmers bills passed in the parliament leading to large scale protests by the Kissans of all over India. The protesters holding play cards and banners amidst raising slogans passed through main bazaar Kathua and submitted memorandum to Dy. Commissioner. Speaking on the occasion Ch. Gharu ram said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tenure has been disastrous for India’s farmers, agricul...

BJP Kashmir Displaced District released an e-book presenting
Jammu, September 25 (Scoop News)-BJP Kashmir Displaced District released an e-book presenting details of many services rendered to society by BJP activities during the period of Corona Lockdown. The e-book was released by Chandjee Bhat, District President BJP Kashmir Displaced District accompanied by Former MLC & party Spokesperson Ajay Bharti and other party activists at its office Kachi Chawni, Jammu. Ajay Bharit appreciated the BJP Kashmir Displaced District activities for their useful service rendered to the needy persons during the harsh period of Corona lockdown. Chandjee Bhat said on the direction of party headquarters at Jammu. We have documented all the works done by our party...

Power Shutdown
Jammu, September 25 (Scoop News)-Superintending Engineer (Distribution) JPDCL, O&M Circle, Kathua has informed that for pole erection and reconductoring of works under IPDS Scheme, the power supply to Bari-Brahmana Town, Dollian, Telli Basti and Birpur Complex Kartholi Industries will remain affected on September 27 from 8 am to 2 pm and also remain affected on September 29 and October 01 from 8 am to 1 pm. Meanwhile, to execute work of replacement of 11 KV VCB Panels by M/S Industrial Electricals Jammu under Languishing Project, the power supply to Lakhanpur Town, Maah Jandore, MES, Lakhanpur, Excise and its adjoining areas will remain affected on September 26 from 8 am to 4 pm. Simila...

Prof. M.L.Raina passes away
Jammu, September 25 (Scoop News)-Senior Advisor of Panun Kashmir, Prof. M.L.Raina left for his heavenly abode today. After exodus from Kashmir, Prof. Raina was associated with Panun Kashmir as Chairman of the Political Affairs Committee and lately as a Senior Advisor. Prof. Raina was an intellectual of the highest order and had a deep understanding of the socio-political milieu of the state. Prof. Raina represented Panun Kashmir at various forums with great distinction.He was also a prolific writer and commentator on various issues affecting the community and nation at large. A condolence meeting was held today, where rich tributes were paid to him for his immence c...

NC & PDP cannot treat Article 35A at par with Article 370 as 35A was ultra vires:Bhim
Jammu, September 25 (Scoop News)-NPP Supremo, Prof. Bhim Singh has advised those political parties in J&K including NC and PDP that they should not treat outgoing Article 35A at par with Article 370, though 370 was a temporary provision and Parliament could have removed it from the Constitution. About Article 35A, NPP Supremo said, that this provision was a Presidential amendment law which was applicable only for 6 months within the meaning and scope of the Presidential Ordinance. President of India has a constitutional power to introduce a temporary amendment in the Constitution for only six months. According to the Constitution of India any law introduced by the President cannot last for...

DYC Holds Mashaal rally against anti-farmers Bills at RS Pura
BJP allowed big corporate houses to overtake farming sector: Bajwa
R S Pura,September 24 (Scoop News)-Incharge Pradesh Youth Congress J&K and Secretary Indian Youth Congress, Harsimran Kaur Bajwa said that Twin Farm Bills passed in the Parliament are aimed to tarnish the farmers and land owners of the nation. While leading a Mashaal rally held against the anti-farmers Bills at RS Pura, the IYC Secretary said that the farmers will only be in loss due to this Bill as the government has allowed the big corporate houses and businesses establishments to overtake the farming sector. “The produce to which farmers are sole owners and decided its price at Mandi level directly will be now replaced by big corporate sectors,” she said and added that APMC will...

Ravinder Raina, Kavinder Gupta others visited the family of BDC Chairman Sardar Bhupinder Singh
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-J&K BJP President Ravinder Raina visited the family of BDC Chairman Sardar Bhupinder Singh, who was killed by the terrorists in Budgam area of Kashmir and expressed deep Condolences to the family. Ravinder Raina alongwith with Former Dy. CM Kavinder Gupta, Former Minister Dr DK Manyal, BJP J&K General Secretary Vibodh Gupta and Former MLC Vikram Randhawa. ...

Health & ME Department refutes news report
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-Government Medical College Jammu has rebutted a news report which was telecasted on a private news channel that COVID-19 and non Covid patients have been kept in the same wards for treatment by Hospital administration. Terming the new story baseless and concocted, the department has clarified that Principal GMC Jammu said that the patients are immediately segregated after Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT). It further said that Isolation ward, CCU, Neurosurgery, ward no 3 & 7 are exclusively dedicated for the treatment of Covid-19 patients while the other patients who are tested Covid negative are sent to the respective departments for further treatment. ...

MS DH Udhampur refutes news report
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-Medical Superintendent, District Hospital Udhampur has refuted a news report appearing in a Hindi daily alleging the hospital of not taking proper care of the covid-19 patients. In this regard Medical superintendent, Dr. Vijay Raina said that district hospital Udhampur is designated as Covid Health Care Centre for caring for mild symptomatic Covid-19 patients but now a significant influx of patients with moderate to severe symptoms are coming to the District hospital. Only those patients who require assessment and medication are brought to the nursing area and the rest of the patients are given medication at bed site. He further added that regular vi...

8th Academic Council meeting held at GCW Parade
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-Government College for Women, Parade Ground Jammu (Autonomous College) organized the 8th Academic Council meeting. The meeting was chaired by Dr S P Sarswat, Principal of the College and was attended by internal and external members of the Council: Prof R K Ganjoo, Department of Geology, University of Jammu; Prof M K Jyoti, Department of Zoology, University of Jammu; Dr Ajay Abrol, ECE Department, GCET Jammu; Ms Seema Shekhar, Advocate, J&K High Court; Prof Meena Sharma, Department of Chemistry, University of Jammu and Prof Ram Nandan, Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Jammu; HOD's, Senior Members nominated by the Principal, Convenor IQAC Prof...

DDC Ramban reviews developmental scenario of Pogal- Paristan
listens to the people’s issues at Ukhral
Ramban , September 24 (Scoop News)- District Development Commissioner, Nazim Zai Khan presided over the Jan- Abhiyan outreach programme at Block headquarter Ukhral of Tehsil Pogal-Paristan on the occasion of Block Diwas. He listened to grievances and problems of the people and redressed many of them on the spot. The programme witnessed active participation of public where PRIs and general masses of various surrounding panchayats including Hochak, Pogal, Ramsoo, Bhoardar, Parihander, Neel, Pingloga, Bingara and Chamalwas highlighted their problems and developmental issues of different nature. BDC, Chairman, Karleep Singh, SSP Ramban, Hasseb-Ur-Rehman, SDM, Ramsoo, Dilmir Choudhary, ACD, Za...

ROB organizes photo exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi at Jammu
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)- Regional Outreach Bureau, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, in collaboration with Department of Information and Public Relations, today organized a two day photo exhibition on completion of yearlong celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, here at media complex. Joint Director Information Jammu, Namrita Dogra inaugurated the exhibition. Speaking on the occasion, the Joint Director Information said that ROB and Information has organized the exhibition, which is based on the life history/struggle of Mahatma Gandhi after completion of year long celebration of 150 years of Mahatma Gandhi. She said that the teachings/ message of G...

Lt Governor condoles the demise of Raj Bhavan employee
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha has condoled the sad demise of Ghulam Geelani Bhat, employee of Raj Bhavan household. In a condolence message, the Lt Governor prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul and strength to the bereaved family members. ...

Will Never Spare Perpetrators Of Violence -BJYM
Jammu, September 24 (Scoop News)-State Spokesperson Bhartiya Janta Party(Youth Wing) Chetan Wanchoo condemned the killing of BDC Chairman, Bhupinder Singh in Budgam. He was shot dead by militants outside his residence in Budgam district of Kashmir valley. In a statement issued today, the BJYM spokesman said that the anti-national elements in Kashmir arr trying to create an atmosphere of fear and tear so as to restrain the peace loving people from under the umbrella of mainstream. Wanchoo said that these elements must be brought to justice and society does not have any space for perpetrators of violence. He said termed the killing of BDC Chairman as cowardly act and extended his de...

Srinagar Police started drive against pressure horns used by heavy vehicles
Srinagar, September 23 (Scoop News)-Srinagar Police on the directions of SSP Srinagar launched a special drive against the tippers, trucks using pressure horns in the city particularly during night hours. Police in Srinagar have received lot of complaints from general public that pressure horns are being used by heavy vehicles thereby causing public nuisance & deafening sound which gives sleepless nights to the residents. Accordingly, special checking points were laid down during the night hours at different places and 07 tippers were seized by Police Station Shergahri & Batmaloo & the pressure horns were removed as per the directions of Hon’ble High Court. Gene...

MP Manhas raised the issue of holiday on Mahraja Hari Singh's Birthday in Rajya Sabha
Jammu, September 23 (Scoop News)-Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha Shamsher Singh Manhas while speaking on Jammu and Kashmir Languages bill 2020 raised the demand for announcing holiday on the birth eve of Maharaja Hari Singh, It is pertinent to mention here that this issue has been raised again and again by the various social organisations of Jammu and Kashmir and even a common dogra has been rasing voice in favour of this demand and recently one of the organisation threatend to be on roads against the government for ignoring such an important issue. MP Manhas also targeted Senior Congress Leader and Rajya Sabha MP Ghulam Nabi Azad that he has done nothing for the people of Jammu altho...

Lt Governor Sinha conveys heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of Union MoS Railways,Shri Suresh Angadi
Jammu, September 23 (Scoop News)-Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha has conveyed his heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of Union MoS Railways, Shri Suresh Angadi. In a statement, the Lt Governor said, "I am deeply pained by the sad demise of MoS Railways,Shri Suresh Angadi.My thoughts are with his family and friends in this sad hour". He will always be remembered for his selfless service to the Nation and for welfare of the people, the Lt Governor added. ...

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