Saturday, October 25, 2014
 
 Top Stories of The Day
7225559 voters to exercise their franchise in J&K assembly elections:Narulla
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)-The elections to the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir comprising of 87 segments would be held in five phases commencing from October 28, 2014 and concluding on December 29, 2014. The information was given by the Chief Electoral Officer, Umang Narulla while interacting with the members of media here this evening. Narulla said that the elections would be held in free and fair manner and adequate deployment of security forces, Election Observers and other related things have been put in place. The Chief Electoral Officer further said that the notifications for the first phase would be issued on October 28, 2014, for second phase November 07, 2014, for third phase November 14, 2014, fourth phase November 19, 2014 and for fifth phase November 26, 2014 respectively. Similarly, the last date for filing nominatio...
 
 
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Five-phase polls in J-K from Nov 25 to Dec 20
Recent calamity will have no "special impact" on polls:CEC
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News Bureau)-Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir will be held in five phases between November 25 and December 20 and counting of votes will take place on December 23, Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath said at a press conference in New Delhi He said that Polling will take place on November 25, December 2, 9, 14 and 20. Sampath while brushing aside demands from some quarters, said the recent calamity will have no "special impact" on polls. He said post-flood situation, along with other aspects like climate, festivals and law and order situation,...

NC opposed elections in 2014 in J&K:Sagar
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)- Ali Mohammad Sagar, General Secretary J&K National Conference said “We opposed the elections at this point of time because we felt that this is not the opportune time as the people are battling the aftermath of the flood tragedy that has befallen the state”. He said this was the time to focus on relief and rehabilitation rather than go for polls. The National Conference General Secretary said that the party clearly stated that the choice is between the people of the state and their sufferings on one side and the politics and elections on the other ...

Rather seeks contribution of youth to reconstruct J&K
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)-The Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Abdul Rahim Rather today asserted that bringing administration nearer to the doorsteps of the common people is the cherished agenda of coalition Government, headed by Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah so that grievances of the people are redressed adequately. Speaking to a public gathering after inaugurating newly created Block Development Office at Hafroo Batapora in Chrar-i-Sharief constituency, Rather said opening of New Administrative Units is a right decision towards this direction. Rather said present Government has tried to provide basic facilities to the people of the State with foc...

Better infra, prompt public service, admn at door step hallmarks of govt:Tara Chand
Inaugurates CHC, Com Hall, SDM off, Tehsil, CD Blocks, Niabats
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)- To provide better health care to rural and border belt of Khour, Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand today inaugurated community health centre, Khour and dedicated OPD services to the people of the area. The 50 bedded community health centre (CHC) has been constructed at a cost of over 1256 lacs and is equipped with 15 KV solar power back up. While addressing the gathering, Tara Chand said the government has initiated mega projects for upgrading infrastructure in the state, new administrative units have been created and time bound public service has been ensure...

 
 Ladakh News
CEC Rigzin Spalbar visits remote villages of Leh district
Leh, October 24, (Scoop News)- CEC Rigzin Spalbar who is also the Councilor of Lower Leh constituency today visited Skanos Gogsum, Mane Sermo, Skampari-Gongma, Skampari-A, Skampari Yokma, Norbooling, Katmochey, Malpak, Zangsti, Maney Tselding, Nimooling and Metsik Chulung. Besides reviewing all the works already assigned to various departments during his previous tour to these areas in 2011, 2012 and 2013, CEC also gave a patient hearing to the demands and grievances of people and directed concerned departments to note their demands and find appropriate solutions accordingly and also ...

15 Sarpanches & Numberdars from remote Suru and Zanskar taken on an educational tour by army:Spokesman
Kumbathang (Kargil), October 21, (Scoop News)_Educational cum Motivational tour organized for the sarpanchs, numberdars and veer naaris from the remote villages of Kargil district to visit various Indian cities was flagged in at Kumbathang on Sunday, a defence spokesman said on Tuesday. He said this tour was organized to give exposure about socio-economic customs and conditions prevalent in other parts of the country and also strengthen the existing bond between the army and the locals from Suru and Zanskar Valleys. The tour consisted of 15 sarpanches and numbedars visited Kargil War ...

Tributes paid to martyrs of Hot Springs ambush at Leh
Leh,October 21, (Scoop News)- The Police Commemoration Day organised by SSP Leh and District Police Leh was observed at Police Lines Choglamsar today to pay tribute to the Martyrs of Hot Spring, Ladakh. On the occasion families of three martyrs of JKP Ladakh were also honoured. Senior Superintendent of Police Leh Dr. Sunil Gupta was the chief guest of the occasion and as a mark of respect to martyrs he read the Roll of Honour, in which the names of 642 martyrs of police and para-military forces are read out who laid their lives for the nation in whole of India in the past one year. The sa...

Road named after 19TH Bakula Rinpoche inaugurated
Jora, Bhalla pay rich tributes recall his contributions
Jammu,October 20, (Scoop News)-Minister for Urban Development and Urban Local Bodies Nawang Rigzin Jora and Minister for Housing, Horticulture, Culture, Youth Services and Sports Raman Bhalla today inaugurated the entrance road from railway station which has been named after the 19TH Bakula Rinpoche Later while addressing a large gathering of students and general public at the Ladakhi sarai Mr Jora said that the 19th Kushok Bakula Rinpoche the reincarnation of the Kushok Bakula Rinpoche was one of the best known lamas of Ladakh and is known as the architect of modern Ladakh. Paying rich tributes and recalling his contributions Jora said that Bakula Rinpoche was a statesman and internatio...

Workshop for election management organized at Leh
Leh, October 18, (Scoop News)- A one day workshop for election management was organized at Leh by Ladakh and Kargil Election Management Cell under the aegis of Tsering Dorgey District President and which was presided over by State General Secretary Kavinder Gupta and Jammu-Poonch Parliamentary Constituency Incharge & BJYM Prabhari Yudhvir Sethi. Various aspects of the election management were discussed and guidelines suited for the mountainous desert of the state were laid. The workshop was amongst others attended by State Working Committee Members, Distt. Office bearers, Mandal and booth level activists. Kavinder Gupta, in his instructive and illuminative discourse on the subject thre...

Unidentified body found in Kargil
Srinagar, October 18, (Scoop News)- Police Kargil recovered an unidentified male body from the premises of Boys Higher Secondary School Drass, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Drass. The body is lying in mortuary room of Sub District Hospital Drass for identification. Police has registered a case in this regard. ...

Body of Indian solider recovered after over two decades
Partapur(Siachen base ) October 17, (Scoop News)- Body of an Indian solider,Tula Ram Patil of Marashtra was recovered on Friday after about 21 years , a senior defence official told Scoop News. He said Patil fell into a deep crevasse of the glacier in 1993 while traversing northern flank during patrolling. Siachen is the worlds highest battlefield where two opposing armies IP are locked ...

Fire & Fury Corps commemorates "Remembrance Day" of defenders of Ladakh during tribal raid
Leh (Ladakh), October 16, (Scoop News)_To commemorate the bravery and courage of the people of Ladakh and Indian Army in 1947 against the Pakistani raiders, the Fire and Fury Corps, is celebrating "Defenders of Ladakh (1947) --Remembrance Day" at the newly constructed picturesque Colonel Sonam Wangchuk, (MVC) Stadium. According to a defence official, the celebrations of the historic event, a T-20 CricketTournament, Polo Tournament, Archery Competition and Tent Pegging Competition between the teams of the Ladakh region were being organised since Wednesday. He said a marathon run woul...

 
 Debate
Back to the Valley
By Sandeep Raina For 24 years, I fed on memories of a place and a people gone bad. A valley that had turned ugly, where blood was shed at the slightest excuse and where humanity had lost its way. I kept away from it. I was afraid, for myself and for my own. This summer, when we told our three children, who have been raised in London that we were going to Kashmir for a holiday, they were mentally geared up for the images on TV and the stories that had gone around in the families. I was prepared for worse. I had actually seen it crumble in 1989. I had first-hand experience of th...

My Vote --- to whom and why?
By B L Saraf Folks , state election is coming . With it comes a breeze which ,some believe in the fond hope , will overcome the stench emitted by the human bodies and animal carcasses , littered over the state due to the September floods . Will it enliven sagging spirits of the sufferers and salvage a bit of life for them is to be seen ; but certainly we do spot migratory birds and six year long hibernated animals of the political genre , flexing wings to sail through the turbulent ele...

A Pariah State and its Terror Army
Brig Anil Gupta Pakistan is a complex nation with several centres of power – the Army, the ISI, the extremists, the religious groups and the beleaguered civilian establishment. From a “failed state” it is soon becoming a “pariah state.” One thing is certain that there has been a “silent coup” in the country wherein Nawaz Sharif has been overpowered by his name sake Chief of the Army Staff. The former has not only been tamed but been made a lame-duck prime minister. The Army is calling the shots, it is writing the script, it is dictating terms and the civilian government is merely...

At It As Usual
By B L Saraf The destruction brought by the September floods in the Valley was so swift and humongous that people could do nothing except stand dumb witness to it and suffer the consequences . Some parts in Jammu province , too, could not escape the fury .The floods swept away hundreds of lives , assets built over ages , carrier hopes and marital fortunes of so many . Thanks to the timely intervention by the Army and Para military forces and the relief efforts of the Central government the scale of damage was contained . But , the unfolding after effects of the tragedy , as days g...

A renewed U.S.-India partnership for the 21st century
By Narendra Modi and Barack Obama Narendra Modi is Prime Minister of India. Barack Obama is President of the United States. As nations committed to democracy, liberty, diversity and enterprise, India and the United States are bound by common values and mutual interests. We have each shaped the positive trajectory of human history, and through our joint efforts, our natural and unique partnership can help shape international security and peace for years to come. Ties between the United States and India are rooted in the shared desire of our citizens for justice and e...

Jammu Havoc and shrieking Suryaputri
By Dr Nirmal Kamal Earlier she cried very soft despite heavy strokes of shovels, drilling machines and other hammering equipments. Never ever “Suryaputri’ was so furious as in early September this year. On 4rth, I took exactly one and half hours to reach my home in Channi Hmmat locality from Kachhi Chowni via fly over bridge, which normally takes 20-25 minutes at moderate speed. Heavy Traffic Jam on both the sides of Tawi Bridge was being managed by the traffic police as the cemented concrete pillars of Bridge over Tawi were being ferociously hammered by the ebullient flood waters. Cops on the duty were permitting vehicles in...

Scottish Referendum -A dampener for the Kashmir secessionist
By B L Saraf More than the recent flood furry , it is the outcome of the Scottish referendum that has stolen plebiscite narrative from the J & K separatists . The flood induced black out of print media in Kashmir has denied the so called Kashmir experts and Pak propagandists an opportunity to rake up plebiscite issue and misguide the gullible , in run up to the Scottish referendum , held to decide on the future of Scotland’s relations with the United Kingdom . While as the Pakistan propagandists , in Kashmir , are busy in putting their flattened houses...

Army generates new debate in Kashmir
By Shafiq Mir Already divided and confused on various political theories, ideologies and slogans, the Kashmiries have been engulfed with an other confusion. And this latest confusion has been added by the armed forces working in Kashmir by doing a good work during the recent devastating floods in Jammu Kashmir which the Kashmiries had never expected from them. On seeing the appreciation for army by common people, even the separatist forces have been left confused that how to fight it back and keep their grip continue on the masses . As per government claim, about 1 lakh and ...

 Jammu News
BJP welcomes poll announcement
Jammu, October 25, (Scoop News)- The State unit of BJP has welcomed the Jammu and Kashmir poll schedule announced by Election Commission of India to start on November 25 in five phases. In a press statement issued here today, BJP State President & MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, while welcoming the decision of Election Commission to hold polls in Jammu and Kashmir, said that the entire BJP leadership and our activists at State, District, Mandal and booth levels are ready for these elections. “Some political parties were opposing to hold the polls on one pretext or the other as they were feeli...

Assembly Elections- Civil, Police officers educated about ECI guidelines, EMM
Jammu, October 25, (Scoop News)A one day training programme was held here at Deputy Commissioner (District Election Officer) office to acquaint Flying Squad surveillance Teams of police and civil officers about the Expenditure Monitoring Mechanism(EMM) and other guidelines of Election Commission of India to ensure free, fair and smooth conduct of forthcoming Assembly Elections, 2014. The programme was conducted under the supervision of District Election Officer (DEO) Jammu, Ajeet Kumar Sahu (Deputy Commissioner) Jammu. The training programme focused on to improve the participants ability to handle election related situations including effective control on violations o...

NC, Cong frustrated over PM’s goodwill gesture: Balbir
‘Better they reach people instead of targeting PM’
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)- Having no issue to play politics in the state of J&K now, the ruling coalition parties—Congress and NC have started politicizing PM’s goodwill gesture, which is the reflection of frustration among these parties. This was stated by BJP State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan while reacting to the recent statements of Congress and NC targeting PM over his Kashmir visit on Diwali and announcement of package. Balbir said, “the utterances made by the JKPCC Chief Prof. Saif-ud- din Soz terming the relief package a ‘crude joke’ is unfortunate and highly condemnable”. “Instead of appreciating the goodwill gesture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of spending Di...

Div Com inaugurates Revenue Counseling Cell
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)-District Administration Jammu in an initiative to strengthen the service delivery mechanism today launched first of its kind Revenue Counseling Cell in the office of the Deputy Commissioner Jammu. The Revenue cell was inaugurated by the Divisional Commissioner Jammu Shantmanu here today. The Cell has been set up to provide assistance to the service seekers about revenue related papers, sale and purchase of land, registration of sale deed, issuance of Fard, attestation of mutation or any other revenue related service. People may seek assistance from Revenue C...

Technical workers play imperative role in redesigning profile of State: Bhalla
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)-Minister for Housing, Horticulture, Culture, Youth Services and Sports Raman Bhalla has said that technical workers are playing vital role in redesigning the profile of the State through their planning, adding that they are the main architect in completing the ongoing projects of the State within stipulated time frame. This was stated by the Minister while addressing a huge gathering of technical workers at Marble Market in Trikuta Nagar on Prakash Utsav of Lord Vishawkarma Day, here today. Remembering the Lord Vishwakarma, Bhalla paid tributes to the foun...

DDC celebrates Diwali at Relief Camps; Nariniketan
Kathua,October 24, (Scoop News)-District Administration, Kathua, organised diwali programmes at migrant relief camps in Hiranagar and kathua bases Bal Ashram and Nari Niketan where Deputy Commissioner accompanied by Addl Deputy Commissioner Prasanna Ramaswami, SDM Hiranagar Sohan Lal, DSWO Kathua and other officers distributed sweets, gift items and sports articles for students. An impressive function was organised at Nari Niketan Kathua and Bal Ashram where sweets, ration articles, sports articles and other items were distributed among the inmates. Winter clothing was also provided to the s...

Tributes paid to Pt. Prem Nath Dogra
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)- 130th birth anniversary of Pt. Premnath Dogra was celebrated in a programme organized at Pt. Prem Nath Dogra Chowk with performing of havan, garlanding statue of Panditji besides distribution of Prashad. BJP State President & MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, while remembering the services of Panditji, said that Panditji dedicated his life for the upliftment of downtrodden and spent every movement for unity of state with rest of the country. He was great soul who was instrumental in leading Praja Parishad agitation, which ultimately culminated into success and it ...

Congress exposed for lack of concern for suffering people: Jugal
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)- BJP State President & MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, on his return to Jammu after meeting the Prime Minister at Srinagar on Diwali day alongwith other leaders , addressed a joint press conference with State Vice-President & Kashmir Prabhari Ramesh Arora (Adv.) and State Spokesperson Sunil Sethi (Adv.). at party headquarters. Jugal Kishore Sharma while briefing about meeting with PM and the issues taken up with him, appreciated the initiative taken by PM Narendra Modi of announcing package for flood victims and for construction of hospitals. He said it is first Pr...

 
 Kashmir News
People of J&K will vote for NC, Sagar hopes
Srinagar,October 25, (Scoop News)- After the declaration of the schedule by the Election Commission of India, Ali Mohammad Sagar, General Secretary J&K National Conference discussed the matter regarding the participation of the party in the polls with the Working President of the Party Omar Abdullah and other senior colleagues. The party High Command feels that though the time is not appropriate for the elections to be held in the state in view of the sufferings of the people, but since the party has always been a votary of strengthening democracy and democratic values in the state it will participate in the polls. Sagar said he is hopeful that the people of J&K will vote for the Nati...

9 injured in road mishaps
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)- Nine persons were injured in different road accidents across the valley. A Maruti car bearing registration number JK05A/8658 hit a motorcycle bearing registration number JK01N/4843 near Petrol Pump Onagam, Bandipora, resulting in injuries to motorcyclist driven by Shahid Ahmad Mir resident of Onagam Bandipora and a pillion Mohammad Saidullah Mir. Both the injured have been shifted to District Hospital Bandipora for treatment. Bandipora police has registered a case in this regard. Meanwhile, an Army vehicle bearing registration number 008752E hit a motorcycle bearing registration number JK05B/3325 on NHW near Janbazpora, Baramulla, resulting in injuri...

Bullet ridden body recovered in Shopian
House damaged in fire
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)- Police recovered a bullet-ridden body in Keller area of Shopian District this morning. Some locals informed the police that a body is lying in fields near Dairoo village. The police party of Police station Keller rushed the spot and recovered a bullet-ridden body, later identified as 30 years old Reyaz Ahmad Khan son of Ali Mohammad Khan resident of Kariwa Manloo, Shopian. Shopian Police has registered a case and investigation is on. After conducting all medico-legal formalities Police handed over the body of deceased to his relatives for last rites. House damaged in fire A residential house was damaged in fire in Mattan area of Anantnag Dist...

Madni blasts Congress for playing hypocritical politics
Anantnag, October 25, (Scoop News)- Senior PDP leader and Deputy Speaker Legislative Assembly, Mohammad Sartaj Madni has expressed surprise over the double-standards of Congress in the State. “On one hand the Congress is equal partner with NC in the loot and plunder of everything that comes their way, while on the other Congress functionaries take to streets protesting against the same system of which they are a part,” Madni said in a statement. He said the protest demonstration led by a local Congress leader Mohammad Amin Bhat at Mir Bazaar, Devsar today has exposed the hypocrisy within...

JK has become victim of ungoverned rage: Karra
‘NC-Cong Coalition Govt has lost credibility
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)- Dubbing NC-Congress coalition government as a misfortune for Jammu and Kashmir, senior PDP leader and Member Parliament, Mr Tariq Hameed Karra has said the people of the State yearn for change as they have become victims of ungoverned rage let loose on them by the Omar Abdullah-led cavalier regime. He said due to the scandalous mismanagement of relief and rehabilitation work in the aftermath of devastating floods the State Government’s credibility is today at its lowest ebb. Addressing a series of public meetings in Chrar-e-Sharief, Kangan and Hazratbal Assembly segments of Srinagar-Budgam Parliamentary constituency, Mr Karra said people in every nook ...

Speaker distributes relief cheques among flood affected families
Srinagar, October 25, (Scoop News)-The Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Mubarak Gul today distributed relief cheques among 250 flood affected families of Eidgah Constituency at Tehsil office Eidgah and directed the concerned authorities to speed up relief and rehabilitation process initiated by the government. Addressing a large gathering on the occasion, Gul expressed his sympathy with the people affected due to recent floods and assured them that government would take all measures for their rehabilitation as distribution of interim relief is a part of the initiatives. The speaker congratulated the people of the area for getting Nayabat, Block and Tehsil offices in the E...

WCF Kashmir celebrates International Snow Leopard Day
Srinagar, October 24, (Scoop News)- On the occasion of International Snow Leopard Day, the Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF) celebrated the International Snow Leopard Day along with the Diwali on Thuresday evening at Dachigam National Park, Srinagar, Kashmir. The Event was supported by Sanctuary Asia. The Purpose of the meeting was to discuss the post flood strategies to address the environmental concerns, most importantly the need to have a comprehensive Environmental Policy for the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The function was attended by IFS officers from the Forest and Wildlife Depart...

Government Committed for all round development of state: G.A Mir
Anantnag,October 24, (Scoop News)- Present Coalition Government is committed for equal development of all the regions of the state for which adequate steps have been taken which have resulted in fulfillment of commitments. This was stated by Minister of Tourism G.A. Mir after inaugurating various newly created administrative units, health and educational Institutions in Dooru Assembly constituency. G.A. Mir. Inaugurated new type health centres, at Hengipora, Kapran, Gawas, Hallan, Manzmoh,Tanjloo and upgraded schools at Thaman, Koot, chowgund besides Nayabats at Hiller, Kapran...

 
 Other Stories
Sham Lal deserves Oscar for enacting high pitch drama: Pushvinder
His resignation is nothing but acceptance of failure as Minister
Jammu, October 25, (Scoop News)- Ahead of announcement of elections in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress Minister Sham Lal Sharma, who has been facing criticism over handling of recent floods, has tendered his resignation from the Omar Abdullah ministry which is a clear cut Political Stunt and Drama, said Pushvinder Manhas, contesting MLA candidate of NPP from Akhnoor constituency in a statement. Pushvinder said that only a day or two is left for the code of conduct to be imposed by the Election Commission in the state and if Sham Lal would not have resigned even then his powers would have been seized after coded of conduct. This is an attempt to befool the innocent protesting daily wagers, i...

Bhalla inspects progress on dev projects in G-Nagar
Asks for use of quality material
Jammu, October 25, (Scoop News)-Minister for Housing, Horticulture, Culture, Youth Services and Sports Raman Bhalla today conducted an extensive tour of Gandhi Nagar constituency and inspected pace of progress on under execution civic and other development works. The Minister also launched new projects at Ashok Nagar, Digiana, Gangyal Industrial Estate, Shanker Colony, Sanjay Nagar, Trikuta Nagar, Sunjwan and Channi Himmat involving a cost of Rs. 41 lakh. Interacting with locals, Bhalla said that the Government was endeavoring hard to develop all the areas of the state with modern and need based infrastructural facilities adding that in this regard all the departments are working in ...

Brave heart NCC cadets save a middle aged women who jumped into River Yamuna
New Delhi, October 24, (Scoop News Bureau)_ Brave heart cadets of National Cadets Corps of 2 Delhi Naval Unit of Delhi Directorate saved a middle aged woman who had jumped into the Yamuna River on Friday at about 1130 hrs, a defence spokesman said. He said the NCC cadets were on a routine training mission for Yachting and Sailing along with three boats including one rescue boat. The unit’s ‘Rescue and Safety boat’ under the command of Petty Officer AK Sharma noticed that a middle aged lady had jumped into the Yamuna river from the DND flyover as they were training in the vicinity of the place of incident. "On seeing the lady drowning, the rescue boat immediately rushed to the si...

Div Com launches Aapka School Aapke Gaon scheme
Jammu, October 24, (Scoop News)-Divisional Commissioner Jammu Shantmanu today launched a scheme Aapka School Aapke Gaon under BAPD for affected border villages within 0-5 km of the International Border/ALC to facilitate the students whose studies have been affected due to border firing. Being introduced by the district administration, the programme envisages identification of suitable place in each village for accommodating students besides ensuring arrangement of proper lighting and seating arrangements preferably in available school buildings/community halls and Panchayat Ghars to provide...

Governor inaugurates Research Centre and State Referral Laboratory at SKUAST-K
Srinagar, October 24, (Scoop News)-Governor, N.N. Vohra, Chancellor of the Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology- Kashmir (SKUAST-K), today inaugurated the Research Centre for Residue & Quality Analysis (RCRQA) established at Shalimar Campus of SKUAST-K. The RCRQA has been established for providing testing facilities and analytical services to agricultural producers, agribusinesses, individuals and government agencies. The three laboratories comprising RCRQA are: Pesticide Residue Laboratory, Soil and Plant Tissue Testing Laboratory, and Quality Testing Laborator...

NC urges Modi for Comprehensive Relief Package
Srinagar, October 23, (Scoop News)- The J&K National Conference has urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Sanction a Comprehensive Relief Package for the rehabilitation of the flood victims and help the state government to ensure that flood affected people of the state get back to their normal life and livelihood. The National Conference delegation comprising of Provincial Presidents Devender Singh Rana and Nasir Aslam Wani, Deputy Chairman J&K Legislative Council Javed Rana, MLAs Thakur Rachpal Singh and Javed Dar and MLC Abdul Majeed appreciated the gesture of the Prime Minister ...

PDP urges PM to constitute Expert Committee for reconstruction of flood-hit JK
Srinagar, October 23, (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to constitute an Expert Committee under PMO to oversee the massive task of rehabilitation and reconstruction in the aftermath of devastating floods that hit the State last month. A delegation of PDP leaders led by the party General Secretary, Mr Mohammad Dillawar Mir called on the Prime Minister here today urging him to initiate immediate tangible measures to set into motion a comprehensive process of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the flood-affected people in Jammu and Kashm...

Hide out busted in Kupwara
Huge cache of arms and ammunition recovered
Srinagar, October 23, (Scoop News)- Kupwara Police and 22-RR in a joint operation busted a hideout in a forest area of Lolab this afternoon and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition. Acting on a specific information, Kupwara police along with 22-RR launched a search operation in the forest area of Watnar, Anderbugh, Lolab. During the search, a militant hideout was busted and huge cache of arms and ammunitions including one AK 56 rifle, 05 AK Magazines, 1000 AK rounds, 01 UBGL, 02 UBGL grenades, 04 pistol, 04 pistol magazines, 32 pistol rounds and 21 grenades were recovered from t...

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