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Selective killings in valley a matter of serious concern: Sat
Jammu, October 18 (Scoop News)- Former Minister and Ex MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma (CA) along with Corporator Ward 40 Neelam Nargotra and Corporator Ward 41 Sanjay Baru started macadamization works at Kabir Nagar area of Talab Tillo. They were also accompanied by a large number of people including PWD officials, local residents and political activists of the area. The works will be done under the supervision of the PWD (R&B) department at an estimated cost of Rupees 55 lakhs. Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma stated that the works for macadamization in the area were last done more than a decade ago and there was a dire need to take up the works to provide best possible infra to the mas...

Student Martyrs’ Day-Panthers Party leaders & others participate in Student Martyrs’ Day after 55 years
Jammu, October 18 (Scoop News)- Bhim Singh, the then student leader, presently President of J&K National Panthers Party was among the leading participants to participate in the Student Martyrs Day in Jammu today. The Students' Congress led by Prof Bhim Singh was demanding establishment of Jammu University, technical education colleges, an ayurvedic college and upgrade of agricultural graduates at par with MBBS and engineering graduates. The students had launched a movement under the leadership of Bhim Singh. Three students Brij Mohan, Subhash Chandra and Gulshan Handa were killed on GGM college premises whereas a student leader, Gurcharan Singh, was killed on October 18, 1966, in Kana...

Director Social Welfare Ladakh chairs meeting of Anganwadi Workers in Zanskar
Kargil,(Ladakh),October 17(Scoop News)-Director Social and Tribal Affairs Ladakh Muhammad Mumtaz Ali today convened a meeting of the concerned officers and Anganwadi Workers at Conference Hall Padum Zanskar where he reviewed the status of implementation of Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY), Poshan Abhiyan and Poshan Traker schemes. The Director also enquired about the status of Severely Acutely Malnourished (SAM), Moderately Acutely Malnourished (MAM) and Poshan Vatika and directed the workers to upload all the data on the official website as the tablets have already been issued to all the workers. On the occasion, In Charge Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) Zanskar info...

SSP Budgam chairs joint Security review meeting
Srinagar, October 17 (Scoop News)- SSP Budgam Shri Tahir Saleem-JKPS chaired a joint security review meeting with the officers of Police & intelligence agencies and discussed different security measures for ensuring peace and stability in the district. The meeting was held while following social distancing norms and other Covid protocols. The meeting was attended by Addl. SP Budgam Shri Gowhar Ahmad-JKPS, Dy.SP Hqs Budgam, all SDPOs of district, officers of intelligence and security, besides, other senior officers were also part of the meeting. SSP Budgam appreciated the efforts of Police and intelligence agencies for maintaining stability in the district and emphasised upon them to mai...

JKPYC lambasts Union Govt for dip in India’s rank in Global Hunger Index
Jammu, October 16 (Scoop News)- Nimrandeep Singh Bhullar, General Secretary J&K Pradesh Youth Congress (JKPYC) while expressing shock over the dip in India’s rank in Global Hunger Index from 94 to 101 lambasted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Govt at the Centre alleging that it is responsible for this retrogression. In a statement issued to media here today, the JKPYC General Secretary lamented that what could be more shameful for the people of the world’s largest democracy than the fact that this nation of ours is today even lagging behind the petty neighbours like Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Quoting the Global Hunger Index (GHI) report, Nimrandeep Singh said tha...

CU JDI organises Nukkad Natak on Global Hand Washing Day at SMHS
Srinagar, October 16 (Scoop News)- The Cultural Unit of the Joint Directorate of Information Srinagar in Collaboration with Angel's Cultural Academy & SMHS hospital organise a Nukkad Natak on Global Hand Washing Day and Covid-19 Awareness at SMHS Hospital Srinagar The Nukkad Natak programme was organised to raise mass awareness about the importance of Health Hygiene & COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour. On the occasion, Mask Distribution were distributed among the participants and others. Besides, through the Act the artists advised the participants to keep following all the guidelines of the Health Department regarding COVID-19 and take vaccine to avert the third COVID-19 wave and guar...

Rape by fake Marriage; Accused Arrested From Andra Pardesh: Reasi Police
Jammu, October 16 (Scoop News)- A written complaint was lodged in Police Station Reasi by one Rehana (name changed) of Reasi that One Mohd Ashfaq S/O Mohd Razaq R/O Sarola Manjakote by concealed identity & fraudulently developed relationship with the complainant and repeatedly raped her in the garb of fake marriage. The woman on enquiry came to know about the fraud & abuse that has been committed against her body and mind. To further poexploit the women, accused floated objectionable pictures of victim on social media. On this case FIR no. 197 US 376 IPC has been lodged in Police Station Reasi and investigations set in. Fraudulent relationship with the woman in Reasi remained f...

Congress concerned over attempts to revive militancy in Poonch -Rajouri
Shocked over martyrdom of JCO and jawan in BG sector within 60 hours of martrdom of 5 Jawans
Jammu,October 15 (Scoop News)- Expressing shock over the martyrdom of a JCO and a Jawan in B G sector last evening, Congress has expressed concern over the revival of militancy in the twin border districts of Poonch-Rajouri. JKPCC Chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma has expressed deep shock over the marryrdom of two soldiers within 60 hours after five jawans got martyred in Surankote area of Poonch.The two incidents are alarming as already around half a dozen terror incidents and encounters have taken place in the recent past in this border belt signaling revival of militancy. Lauding the bravery and sacrifices of the army and security forces including JK police in combating terror...

Saksham hum Saksham Kashmir Saksham Bharat enabling Kashmir
Srinagar, October 15 (Scoop News)- A three day Artificial Limb Fitment Camp was jointly organised in Uri by the Indian Army and Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (Jaipur Foot Organisation) from 13 to 15 Oct 2021, as part of the ongoing drive covering the entire Kashmir Valley. Similar camps have already been conducted at various other places in the Kashmir Valley. Response to the endeavour from the local populace has been overwhelming. The camp at Uri saw a huge footfall of beneficiaries. Specially abled persons/Divyangs' arriving at the camp were provided with suitable rehabilitation aids such as wheelchairs, auxiliary crutches, elbow crutches, calipers, hearing aids and spec...

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