Thursday, April 25, 2019
 
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Slathia presents cash reward to topper girl student
Vijaypur, April 24 (Scoop News)- Former minister and State Secretary Mr Surjeet Singh Slathia on Wednesday presented cash reward of RS 21000 to Ms Anandi Slathia as recognition and in encouragement for securing first position in eighth standard examination. Student of Government Girls High School, the topper secured 325 out of 350 marks in the examination conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Secondary Education. Mr Slathia complimented Ms Anandi and hoped she will carry forward her academic odyssey with zest and dedication. He expressed happiness over girls making a high mark in education. He also complimented the father of the girl, Mr Tejinder Sin...

Army conducts magic show
Srinagar, April 24 (Scoop News)- In a step to provide avenues of entertainment for the Awaam Chakkigam Army Camp, organized a Magic Show for the locals of area at Govt High School Radbough. A huge number of villagers witnessed the Magic Show which included many children and youth. The locals, especially the young were enthralled by the very innovative and stupendous magic tricks that were put on display. The children were thrilled by the show and requested the Army to organise more such events regularly. These activities help in promoting normalcy and reduce stress, while providing a much needed avenue of entertainment for the locals in far flung areas of the Valley. ...

Dr. Nitasha Koul delivers lecture at CUK
Ganderbal, April 24 (Scoop News)-The Department of Politics and Governance, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) organised a lecture on “Politics, Virtue and Conflict” by Dr. Nitasha Koul of the University of Westminster, London, at varsity’s Green Campus here on Tuesday. Introducing the speaker, Dr. Khalid Wasim Hassan, Coordinator of the Department, talked about the relevance of this theme in the contemporary political scenario of the world. Dr. Nitasha began with introducing the words ‘politics’ and ‘virtue’ and talked about juxtaposition of the two concepts. She emphasized that we need to think about the relation between politics and virtue on a broader level. Citing examples,...

Indian Ambassador to Nepal meets Governor
Jammu, April 23 (Scoop News)- Manjeev Singh Puri, Indian Ambassador to Nepal met Governor Satya Pal Malik at the Raj Bhavan here today. Governor and Sh. Puri discussed various possibilities for strengthening socio-economic and cultural bonds between J&K and Nepal....

Bhartiya Kala Sangam organises folk dance festival 2019
Jammu, April 22 (Scoop News)-Bhartiya Kala Sangam, (Regd.) Jammu a premier organisation working in the field for promotion of art culture and languages since its inception 1980.Today a folk dance festival 2019 on 22.4.2019 with support of MINISTRY OF CULTURE, GOVT OF INDIA was organized at KL Saihgal Hall Jammu. On the occasion Sh. N.K Shil Regional Director Indian Council for cultural relations & regional passport officer was CHIEF GUEST Sh. R. S Chib Former Minister J&K presided over the function. Sh. Ramesh Chander Kotwal SSP Armed, Sh. Sushil Kumar Attri, Deputy Director Social Welfare Department, Sh. Ranbireshwar Singh Jamwal, Asstt. Director Social Welfare Depart...

Article 35A is a Constitutional Fraud: Chrungoo
Jammu, April 22 (Scoop News)-Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, BJP State Spokesperson on Kashmir Affairs conducted a two-day tour of Chandigarh UTR. He visited Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Zeerakhpur and Ropar and met a cross section of society of Jammu & Kashmir. He was invited by the Kashmir Sahayak Samiti, Chandigarh and KP Sabha, Panchkula which felicitated him on being assigned the onerous responsibilities by the Bhartiya Janata Party. The programmes held at both the Sabhas were attended by a large number of people including the displaced Kashmiri Pandits. Those who attended the two programmes included R.K.Dalal, President-KSS Chd, Sunil Pandita, President-KSS Panchkula, Senior member,...

Army organises screening of patriotic movie
Udhampur , April 22 (Scoop News)-To motivate and instill patriotism amongst the local youth and students of the region, the Indian Army screened a Patriotic movie for children of Asthanmarg, Gulabgarh, Dandihala, Agsi, Balmatkote & Dharmari. A total of 35 children watched the movie. The event was appreciated by all the youth who said that conduct of such events is a welcome step towards improving the synergy between the Armed Forces and civil populace. It was heartening to see massive involvement of youth in the event. The event is another feather in fostering bond of friendship between the local youth and the men in uniform. ...

SCs suffered for decades during Cong, NC rule: Balbir
Jammu, April 22 (Scoop News)-The members of the Scheduled Caste (SC) community in Jammu Kashmir have suffered a lot during the rule of Congress and National Conference, which treated lakhs of these people as vote bank but never understood their plight and grievances. This was alleged by BJP State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan, who also belongs to SC Community, that anti SC approach of these parties have made to prove their identity every 12-15 years, which is unjustified and clear cut violation of Human Rights. Elaborating, Balbir Ram Rattan said that any male or female born in a SC family, has to get new category certificate under new SRO after every 12-15 years. “I got my fi...

G. M Saroori condemns attack in SriLanka
Kishtwar, April 22 (Scoop News)- Former Minister J&K and Vice President JKPCC, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori has condemned the attacks in Sri Lanka that killed more than 200 people on Easter Sunday. Mr. Saroori described the attack as “cowardly attacks” that targeted innocent worshippers and civilians. "Everyone is saddened and disturbed by the reports of multiple bomb blasts in Colombo. My condolences to the families of the victims. I pray the injured for a speedy and early recovery," Mr. Saroori said. ...

Bhim Singh condemns Sri Lankan mass murder calls NAM to condemn it
Jammu, April 22 (Scoop News)-World Peace Council-India held an emergency meeting in New Delhi condemning Easter Mass Murder in Sri Lanka where several hundred persons including Indians were killed in serial bomb blasts and several hundred injured yesterday. The Non-Aligned Movement-India made a strong appeal the Indian leadership to hold a meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement in New Delhi condemning this Easter Mass Murder which was planned by some international-anti human forces in Sri Lanka. Prof.Bhim Singh, the Executive Chairman of the World Peace Council-India called on the Indian Prime Minister to take initiative to hold an world level meeting for ensuring that international ...

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