Monday, February 2, 2015
 
 Top Stories of The Day
Union Home Secy reviews post flood operations in Reasi
Delegations meet Union Home Minister
Reasi, February 01, (Scoop News)- Union Home Secretary, Anil Goswami today reviewed post flood operations in flood-hit Reasi area of Jammu region. The Union Home Secretary took stock of the situation in a meeting chaired by him here on Sunday afternoon. Addressing the meeting, Goswami said that he has come here to listen to the people’s problems. He gave full assurance to the people to take up their demands, adding that the area has witnessed development in various sectors but there is a need to gear up efforts by the concerned line departments to give impetus to the developmental activities for strengthening delivery mechanism and boost tourism. Goswami assured all help from the Centre to the State to overcome the difficulties and help relief and rehabilitation of the affected population. He added that a comprehensive report of his tour would be sent to the G...
 
 
 Top Stories of the Day
BJP-PDP allaince to assume office after Modi- Mufti meet during second week of this month
Jammu, February 01, (Scoop News)-After hammering out the discord on various contentious issues and arriving at some points of convergence, the agenda for an alliance is clinched between the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as they are inching forward to form the government in Jammu and Kashmir within a fortnight, party insiders revealed to Scoop News. The party insiders further suggested that Prime Minister Narinder Modi and PDP patron Mufti Mohmamed Sayeed will be meeting sometime after February 13 and the coalition is likely to embark upon the seat o...

Indian President,PM congratulate DRDO on the successful Test-Firing of Agni-V
New Delhi, January 31, (Scoop News)- The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee congratulated DRDO on the successful test-firing of the third developmental trial of Agni-V surface-to-surface missile. In his message to Dr. Avinash Chander, Scientific Advisor to Raksha Mantri and Director-General, DRDO, the President has said, “I extend hearty congratulations to all those associated with the successful test-firing of the third developmental trial of India’s indigenous Agni-V surface-to-surface missile. I am happy to know that many new technologies relating to navigation and guidance, warh...

Snow avalanche warning issued from Feb 01 to 03
Srinagar, January 31, (Scoop News)- The Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, Kumar Raju Ranjan, who is also Chairman, District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) Kupwara has issued the weather warning as the weather is likely to deteriorate from February 01 to 03, 2015, avalanche prone areas like Tangdhar, Machil and Keran above 2500 meters altitude. The DDMA has advised the people not to venture in avalanche prone areas during the period, besides keep cleaning the snow deposition from roof tops of the houses and bankers to avoid any untoward incident during the snowfall. ...

JK Governor meets Finance Minister, seeks special financial assistance
Jaitley assures to redress state’s financial difficulties
New Delhi, January 30, (Scoop News)-The Governor N. N. Vohra Friday met the Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley here to seek special and additional financial assistance to bail the state government out of the current financial crises. The Governor apprised the Union Finance Minister that the State Government continues to reels under the burden of huge structural negative Balance in Current Revenues (BCR) which has grown over the years. The situation has further been aggravated by the unprecedented floods that struck the state in September 2014 resulting in colossal losses to life, private property and public infrastructure. The damages have adversely impacted the pace of eco...

 
 Ladakh News
Deputy commissioner reviews disaster preparedness at Padum (Zankar)
Kargil,February 01, (Scoop News)-The Deputy commissioner Kargil, G Prasanna Ramaswamy, along with the Executive Councilor, Tourism, Power and Zanskar Affairs, LAHDC, KARGIL, Skalzang Wangyal aerially surveyed the site of the massive landslide on the Tserab river near Shun village in the Zanskar Sub Division of Kargil District to assess the exact threat posed by the artificial dam and the 14 km long artificial reservoir formed in the wake of the landslide and to prepare for the visit of the National Disaster Management Team later this month. The visit was followed by an emergency review meeting at Padum, Zanskar chaired by the Deputy Commissioner in the presence of the EC, Zans...

Tiger Hill Brigade organizes Medical awareness camp at Chullichang (Batalik)
Srinagar, January 31, (Scoop News)- As part of Indian Army’s continued endeavour to bring for the development in the field of infrastructure and health care in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Tiger Hill Brigade organised a medical awareness and health camp today under ‘Operation Sadbhavana’ at Chullichang village in Batalik. The camp witnessed a large gathering of military as well as civil dignitaries and local population, a defence spokesperson said. He said that a team of doctors and paramedics of Indian Army attended to all the needy people requiring medical attention pr...

Leh observes Anti-Leprosy day today
Leh, January 30, (Scoop News)- Like other parts of India the Anti Leprosy Day campaign started from today at Chief Medical Office (CMO) Leh wherein LAHDC Leh Executive Councilor for CA&PD and Tourism Mohd Shafi Lassu was the Chief Guest. The fortnight campaign began with the theme “To ensure that there is no new case of Child with disability due to Leprosy”. Chief Guest EC Shafi Lassu said that due to Gandhiji’s strong campaign and rendering help to the leprosy affected people in the past the martyrdom day of Mahatma Gandhi (30th January) is observed as Anti-leprosy day throughout the India. Appreciating the various initiatives of Health department towards controlling the communicabl...

CEC, LAHDC & team of officers visited Skyurbuchan, Lehdo, Achinathang
Hanu-Gongma , Hanu-Yokma and Hanu-Thang
Leh,January 30, (Scoop News)-The Chief Executive Councillor LAHDC Leh Rigzin Spalbar alongwith Executive Councillor Sonam Dorjey and Executive Councillor Gyurmet Dorjey and other district / sub-divisional level officers and a teamof engineers visited Skyurbuchan, Lehdo, Achinathang, Hanu-Gongma, Hanu-Yokma and Hanu-Thang today. At Skyurbuchan, the villagers through their councilor demanded few points like upgradation of BSNL tower, restoration of water supply scheme, widening of rald from high school to primary health centre, link road upto Skyurbuchan Gonpa, construction of road to Skyurbuchan Lungba, completion of Khachey-thang road, installation of DSPT at Khangral, connectivity...

Tsewang Rigzin inaugurates the fortnight World Leprosy Day at Nubra
Leh,January 30, (Scoop News)-Councillor Diskit Tsewang Rigzin today inaugurated the fortnight World Leprosy Day at Sub-District Hospital Nubra. Dr Norboo Angchuk BMO Nubra educated about leprosy and Dr Stanzin Dolker spoke on the various causes of leprosy. Appreciating the work of government run hospitals all over Leh, Councillor Tsewang Rigzin said that non-existence of private hospitals is the evidence of the successful running of the government hospitals and further appreciating the work of entire medical and para-medical staff of the district he promised to give a sum of Rs.1 (one) lakh from his CCDF fund. BMO thanking for the financial help expressed to have a submersible pump fr...

NDMA team to assess the situation of Phuktal river blockage
Div Com directs administration to remain vigilant
Leh,January 29, (Scoop News)-The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Rohit Kansal today convened a meeting at Leh to review the present situation of the blockage of Phuktal River in Kargil district due to heavy landslide. IGP Kashmir, A.G.Mir, Executive Councilor, Zanskar Affair, LAHDC Kargil, Skalzang Wangail, Deputy Commissioner, Leh-Simrandep Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Kargil, Mohammed Sadiq Shiek, ADC Kargil, SE PWD, Kargil and other senior officers were present in the meeting. The Divisional Commissioner inquired about the physical status of the river blocka...

Cultural Academy Leh organizes a conference on ‘Role and Responsibility of Films & Film Makers
in preservation of Art Culture and Language’
Leh,January 29, (Scoop News)-A daylong conference on ‘Role and Responsibility of Films & Film Makers in preservation of Art, Culture and Language’ organised by Jammu and Kashmir Cultural Academy Leh in collaboration with Ladakh Media and Cultural Society Leh was organised today at Lotsawa auditorium J&K Culture Academy Leh. Chairperson of the first session Sonam Wangchuk, Director SECMOL gave a brief account about the history of the emergence of syllable and then citing the example of the saying ‘written medium is never a strong medium then a spoken medium’ talked about the importance and effects of films on a society. Explaining the dual effect of films he gave the example of fire whic...

ARC organizes winter coaching camp for Art, Music, dance, & theater
Leh,January 29, (Scoop News)-One month winter coaching camp for Art, Music, dance, theater and general creativity organised by Association for Revolutionary Creation (ARC) was concluded at BNV School Hostel today. The Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC, Leh Rigzin Spalbar was the chief guest on the valedictory function. He appreciated the efforts of the ARC members for conducting such programme and expressed gladness over the level of confidence and talent the children have acquired in a short span of time. He stressed on the youth to not to waste their time waiting to get recruited in government jobs but to explore avenues in entrepreneurship. He asked the organizer to approach him in a...

 
 Debate
Military Courts in PoK, Gilgit for terrorists & Geelani’s silence
Straight talk
By K B Jandial Separatist leaders and some mainstream politicians of Kashmir slammed Government for execution of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru on February 9, 2013. The J-e-M terrorist received a fair trial under country’s criminal justice system and his appeals against the death sentence were heard by Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court. After nearly 11 years long legal battle including mercy petition to the President, his death sentence was executed. The separatists cried foul and condemned Govt. also on post hanging technical issues. No restriction was impos...

Censor: Double Edged Politics
By Dr Ved Pratap Vaidik The resignations of the Chairman of Film Censor Board and the majority of its members have made it a big issue but the question remains why the resignations were handed over ? If these are extended just because the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal has passed the film, ‘Messenger of God’ then these resignations have no justification; because the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal has been set up as a superior body which can reconsider the decisions of the Censor Board. The Chairman and the resigning board members must answer this first that whether they consider the Appellate board above them or...

A Befitting Reply to the Parliamentary Deadlock
By Dr. Ved Pratap Vaidik The President Pranab Mukherjee has made a very timely intervention. He has shown the mirror to both sides, the ruling and the opposition parties. On one side he has condemned the tactics of creating pandemonium by the opposition and on the other hand also taken a dig at the ordinance-love of the ruling government. The frank expression of views by the President shows Pranab Da has developed himself a lot over the years. Though the congress leaders have no better reputation than the managers of the Private Limited Company of Soniaji but Pranab Da has ...

West Pakistani Refugees -a humanitarian issue in need of settlement
By B L Saraf The reported recommendation of the Joint Parliamentary Committee ( JPC ) to grant basic rights to the West Pakistani Refugees ( WPR ) which stand denied to them, despite living in the State of J&K for the last sixty five years , has sparked a controversy in the expected quarters . In Kashmir, some sections are up in arms against this long awaited humanitarian move . Kashmir centric political parties are , ominously , silent on the issue . There can be denying that these people face basic human problems ; besides, confronting a social pro...

Government Formation-What ails PDP?
BY M.Y.G Nairang Why is PDP reluctant to form the government in J&K despite the fact that all other parties and the unattached newly elected members extended their support to it, weeks back? Barring BJP other parties and the unattached members even affirmed that their support would be unconditional. National Conference confirmed its support in writing and clarified that it will not share power. Congress too didn’t put any hard conditions, while the unattached members asked it only to opt for a secular alliance. Despite this positive and conducive situation, why does PDP suffer...

Governor Rule, a betrayal of mandate?
By K B Jandial Imposition of Governor Rule in J & K last week may not necessarily mean the end of efforts of the “likeminded” and “ideologically diverse” political parties to cobble up a stable Govt. in deference to the mandate of the people. But it decidedly is a huge disappointment to the electorate who were keen to see a popular Govt. in saddle in J & K which would have reflected the change for which the people have voted against all odds. The delay in arriving at a mutually “acceptable ground” after keeping aside the “perceived” contentious issues in each other’...

Worthlessness of Politics
By Dr. Ved Pratap Vaidik Worthlessness is a slightly strong word. But for the time being I feel like using the same word for our Politics. Why is it so? It is because I have witnessed the Indian politics 60 years for the last. I have had pleasure to work with leaders and workers of almost every political party in Indore and Delhi. What is the difference between the parties of those days and of today? Earlier also, there was a strong urge for...

Governor Rule and the Political Parties
By B L Saraf Jammu & Kashmir has come under Governor’s rule , after political parties failed to cobble together a popular government . That Governor exercising executive power in the state , without aid and advice of the council of Ministers , is constitutionally permissible ; but it does not have a democratic flavour . It is a constitutional remedy to be applied in special circumstances , taken as a temporary diversion of the democratic stream . The democratic flavour is a pleasant blend of constitutionalism and the real politics . In J&K ...

 Jammu News
Law will take action against corrupts : Nirmal Singh
Katra, February 01, (Scoop News)-Closing ceremony of National Executive Meeting of Akhil Bhartiya Rashtriya Shikshik Mahasangh , A National Organization of Teachers was held in Katra on Sunday. On the occasion , Senior BJP leader & MLA Billawar , Dr Nirmal Singh was the Chief Guest .The Executive meet of the organization was 3 day program which concluded today in the holy town of Katra. Speaking on the occasion Dr Nirmal Singh said that Teaching and Teachers play an important role in designing the growth of the country. Dr Singh said that BJP will soon give credible government in Jamm...

BJYM to recruit one lakh youths in J&K
Jammu,February 01, (Scoop News)- In order to accelerate the pace of BJP’s membership drive, a meeting was held at party headquarters of BJYM State office bearers and District Presidents where the youth members of the party discussed as to how more and more youth could be inducted into the party cadre. The meeting was presided over by State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul, State President BJYM and MLA Nowshera Ravinder Raina and State Prabhari BJYM Yudhvir Sethi. The youth members also felicitated the leaders in the meeting. Addressing the youth, Ashok Koul congratulated the yout...

DC Doda issues avalanche warnings
Doda, February 01, (Scoop News)-In wake of weather predictions by the meteorology department, District Development Commissioner, Doda Bhupinder Kumar has issued warning as the climate is likely to deteriorate from February 1st to 3rd in avalanche prone areas of the District which are above the altitude of 2500 meters. The Deputy Commissioner has advised the people not to venture in avalanche-prone areas during the period, besides cleaning snow deposition from roof tops of the houses and bunkers to avoid any untoward incident during the snowfall. He also advised people to temporarily evacuate those locations which are under the line of avalanche. Kumar issued directions to all th...

JK Gujjars demand ‘Primitive Tribal Group’ status
Jammu, February 01, (Scoop News)-In a significant move , the Scheduled Tribes Gujjars-Bakerwals of Jammu and Kashmir today demanded the status of "Primitive Tribal Group" with a separate share under reserve ST category. The demand has been projected in a memorandum, signed by all the dignitaries of community , which was sent to Prime Minister of India Narendera Modi through Tribal Research and Cultural Foundation –a frontal organization of Gujjars. The community, through memorandum pleaded that they should be fortified with more special rights and extra constitution...

NC anguished over neglect of border dwellers:Rana
seeks relief, rehabilitation on war-footing basis
Jammu, January 31, (Scoop News)-National Conference on Saturday expressed grave concern and anguish over total neglect of border dwellers, rendered homeless due to intermittent ceasefire violations especially on the International Border, and sought their secured rehabilitation on war-footing basis. “In run up to the recent assembly elections, the BJP leadership had evinced lot of interest towards the problem and made liberal promises to border residents but soon after the polls these turned out to be just hoax”, Provincial President and MLA Nagrota Devender Singh Rana said while ad...

One day workshop was organized on ‘Crime against Women’
Jammu, January 31, (Scoop News)- Divisional Administration Jammu in collaboration with Voice for Rights today organized a one day workshop on ‘Crime Against Women’ at Brig Rajinder Singh Auditorium, Jammu University. Justice K. Kannan- sitting judge of Chandigarh High Court was the chief guest on the occasion while the workshop was presided over by the Divisional Commissioner Jammu Shantmanu. Mrs. Arunima Sinha was the guest of honour; Dr Shujaat Bukhari, Editor-in-Chief Rising Kashmir, Mehran Khan, State Project Manager Handicap International, Kiran Sharma, Director Operations L...

Traffic police issues advisory for NHW
Jammu,January 31, (Scoop News)- As per advisory issued by the Traffic Police, people in general and passengers/drivers in particular are advised not to start their journey on NHW i.e from Jammu to Srinagar and vice versa without confirming the road/weather status from Traffic Control Rooms at Ramban (9419993745, 9596798726), Jammu (2459048, 9419147732) and Srinagar (0194-24500022), 2485396). This advisory has been issued on the basis of weather reports which predict moderate to heavy snowfall especially in Banihal to Jawahar Tunnel sector and Jawahar Tunnel to Qazigund sector from 01 to February 3, 2015. Besides, heavy to moderate rainfall in Ramban area, which may trigg...

DDC convenes revenue officers meet
Doda,January 31, (Scoop News)-Deputy commissioner Doda, Bhupinder Kumar today convened a meeting of revenue officers of the District and reviewed the progress of Issuance of unique Identification Number (Aadhar) Cards to the residents of the District. The meeting was attended by Additional Deputy Commissioner Imam-ud-din, Assistant Commissioner Revenue S.C Dogra, District Statistics and Evaluation Officer Dr. Yasir Balwan, besides Sub Divisional Magistrates and Tehsildars of the District also attended the meeting. Creation of new patwar Halqas co-terminus with the existing Pan...

 
 Kashmir News
Shah takes on Muzaffar Baig's observations on West Pakistan Refugees
Srinagar, February 1, (Scoop News)_ Terming the statement of PDP's Muzaffar Husaain Beigh with regards to West Pakistan Refugees as "misleading" and "far from reality", Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir leader Sunday said PDP by raking up the issue of WPR is trying to strike a good deal with BJP "in a sound position." Questioning the political vision of Muzaffar Beigh, Shah said the PDP leader should re-learn the interpretation of law "as he (Beigh) has produced vague and irrelevant formula of settling WPR in the state by touching the issues of US, Bangladeshi and Burman Muslims." "Such nonsense of finding 'middle path' can come only from the mouth of a failed lawyer. This show...

Tarigami for cessation of hostilities along the border
Expresses concern over pitiable life of border residents
Srinagar, February 01, (Scoop News)-Expressing deep concern at the increased incidents of ceasefire violation on Line of Control (LoC) and the plight of border residents CPI (M) State Secretary and MLA Elect Kulgam Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami on Sunday urged the leadership of India and Pakistan to intervene in order end the border skirmishes. In a statement issued here, Tarigami said the thousands of families who live in border areas are living in a pitiable condition because of the ceasefire violations. “Thousands of such families had to leave their homes for safer areas in view of the latest round of ceasefire violations in border villages in Samba and Kathua districts. This should ...

City police continues its drive against peddlers
11 arrested in January month
Srinagar, Febuary 01, (Scoop News)- Srinagar police continuing its fight against the menace of drugs in the city arrested 11 peddlers in the first month of this year. City police ensured a remarkable success in last year against drugs has maintaining its momentum this year too. During the first month of this year, Srinagar police arrested 11 peddlers and recovered 9095 tablets, 985 bottles of Codeine Phosphate, 600 grams of charas from them. Six cases have been registered against the peddlers in different police stations of the city in the month of January. Police has enjoined upon public to come forward and cooperate with them in this collective fight against drug addiction. People are...

Police Public meet held at Kulgam
Srinagar, Febuary 01, (Scoop News)- Kulgam police organized a police-public meeting in Yaripora. SDPO Dy.SP Kulgam Mr. Irshad Hussain haired a police-public meeting at police station Yaripora in which large number of people including Sarpanches, Panches and other respectable of the area participated. During the interaction with the people the respectable of the area highlighted various issues and problems faced by the people in the area. The SDPO assured people of full support and cooperation for the redressal of their genuine grievances. The public interactive meeting was also attended by SHO Yaripora Tariq Ahmad Tak and Incharge Police Post Frisal SI Arshid. The SDPO thanked ...

1 dies, 1 injured in road accidents
Srinagar, Febuary 01, (Scoop News)- One person died in a road accident in Srinagar while another was injured in Bandipora. A Santro car bearing registration number JK01-1620 hit and injured an 85 year old pedestrian Abdul Rehman Ahangar son of Ghulam Nabi resident of Chadoora near Lasjan bridge, in the jurisdiction of Police Station Panthachowk, Srinagar. The injured to SKIMS Soura, Srinagar for treatment, where he succumbed to his injuries. Srinagar police has registered a case in this regard. In another accident, a Tata Sumo bearing registration number JK05A-0547 hit and injured a pedestrian Bashir Ahmad Sheikh son of Monawar Sheikh resident of Doodbugh, Baramulla at Aaloosa, Bandipora....

Taqdeer-e- Kashmir inaugurated at SKICC
Identify your competencies and work to harness them: IGP Kashmir to Students
Srinagar, January 31, (Scoop News)-Taqdeer-e- Kashmir-an event for benefit of flood victims and for felicitation of the young people who rescued flood hit people last September was inaugurated at Sheri Kashmir International Convocation Center (SKICC), here today. The two day event was inaugurated by Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone A.G. Mir who was chief guest on this occasion. Speaking on this occasion the IGP Kashmir expressed his profound happiness over the organization of the programme and conveyed his deep appreciation for the young organizers mostly from the secondary sch...

Mirwaiz pays tributes to the Hazrat Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA)
Srinagar, January 31, (Scoop News)-Head of Mutehda Masjlis-e-Ulema and APHC leader, Mirwaiz Dr Umar Farooq, has paid glowing tributes to the Hazrat Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA) on his annual Urs sharief. Mirwaiz termed Syed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA) as a great spiritual and religious leader who has always been revered and respected by the people of Kashmir and the Muslims Ummah. He said the teachings of prominent religious figure brought a spiritual revolution in Kashmir by imparting the principals of Islam and bringing in reforms in the society in tandem with the Islamic principles...

290 PHE, 319 Irrigation & 366 flood control schemes restored in Anantnag
Anantnag,January 31, (Scoop News)- As many as 319 Irrigation, 366 flood control and 290 PHE supply schemes damaged by September 2014 floods have been restored either temporarily or fully. This was disclosed in a review meeting held today at Anantnag chaired by District Development Commissioner, Anantnag, Tasduq Jeelani in which the Superintending Engineers and concerned Engineers of PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control participated. It was given out in the meeting that under PHE sector, out of 382 damaged schemes 290 have been restored involving completion of 762 works at an expenditure of Rs.4.30 crore under Irrigation sector which covers 79 canals and Khuls. As many a...

 
 Other Stories
Lawrence Public School pays floral tribute to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi got freedom for the country through peaceful means: S. P. Verma
Jammu, February 01, (Scoop News)- On the martyrdom of Mahatma Gandhi rich tributes were paid to Father of the Nation during a function organized by Lawrence public school Jammu. Vice President Gandhi Global Family S. P. Verma was the chief guest and senior member of Gandhi Global Family and MLA from Inderwal was the Guest of honour. Paying rich tributes to Gandhiji, Padamshri Mr. S. P. Varma Vice President Gandhi Global Family said that it was the vision and high principles of non-violence, secularism, amity and peace that everyone rallied behind Mahatma Gandhi in the freedom movement who...

Devender Rana pitches for Regional Autonomy
Nagrota, February 01, (Scoop News)-Provincial President National Conference Devender Singh Rana on Sunday advocated regional autonomy for Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh as also devolution of powers to elected autonomous regional administrative set ups and elected autonomous district councils under the overall superintendance of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, as one entity, to assuage the developmental and political aspirations of the people. “This is imperative to offset the perceived sense of alienation, imbalances and discrimination among different regions and their sub-regions pa...

Mathematics playing vital role in day today life: Prof Hamal
Rajouri,February 01, (Scoop News)-In order to popularize Mathematics, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Rajouri hold one day Students Conference in which about 250 students of various Universities and Colleges of Jammu province participated and presented talks and presentations. The Conference was organized by Department of Mathematical Sciences of BGSB, University, under the guidance of Vice Chancellor Prof Irshad Ahmed Hamal who was chief guest of the occasion and under the supervision of Dr. Zaheer Abbas, Head of the Department . In his address Vice Chancellor said that Mathematics p...

Minerva School of Learning celebrates Annual Day with zeal
Knowledge and education removes all barriers :Dr Agnishekhar
Jammu, January 31, (Scoop News)-Minerva School of Learning celebrated Annual Day with zeal and fanfare at Police Auditorium Gandhi Nagar,Jammu On the occasion, Ab.Rehman Veeri Ex.Minister & Member Legislative Assembly (MLA) was the chief guest while Convener, Panun Kashmir (PK) Dr Agnishekhar, was the guest of honour. On the occasion Dr Agnishekhar while addressing a function said that the role of Kashmiri Pandits can not be forgotten in enriching the Indian civilization. He recalled the services of Kashmiri Buddhist monks in spreading Buddhism to Central Asian countries like China ...

2 car lifters arrested in Srinagar
Stolen cars recovered
Srinagar, January 31, (Scoop News)- During last September deluge an organised group of car lifters took advantage and succeeded in stealing cars from and around north zone of Police Srinagar. In this regard police registered fourteen FIR’s.FIR no 95/14, 97/14, 106/14, 115/14, 02/15, 03/15, 04/15 in Police Station M.R Gunj, 102/14, 133/14, 138/15, 180/14, in Police Station Safakadal, 01/15 in Police Station Rainawari and 96/14, 128/14 in Police Station Khanyar. A special team was constituted under the supervision of SDPO M.R Gunj. Special team by monitoring the modus operandi succeeded in unearthing the module behind these car lifters. Two car lifters Mohammad Asif Wani ...

Reorganization of J&K is the only way out
Two chief ministers is only answer
Jammu, January 31, (Scoop News)- “60 years of draconian rule resulting into death, destruction, unemployment, discrimination and injustice to the people of all the three regions, Ladakh, Kashmir Valley and Jammu Pradesh has been exposed which needs to be defeated for all the times to come to ensure lasting peace, harmony and equitable development in the state. This is an immediate resolution to ensure the end of terrorism, anarchy and chaos in the state. The Panthers Party in its manifesto when founded in 1983 had clearly and diligently envisaged creation of two administrations under separate...

AJHLA hails tourism department for celebrating Shivratri festival
Jammu, January 31, (Scoop News)-All Jammu Hotels & Lodges Association (AJHLA) has welcomed the decision of the Tourism Department to celebrate Shri Shivratri festival from February 15 to 17, 2015 at Jamant Gufa, Peerkho, which is an outcome of the initiative taken by Rajesh Gupta MLA (elect), Jammu East. Mr Inderjeet Khajuria president while deliberating on the Shivratri celebrates at Jamawant Gufa (Peerkho) narrated the Gufa to Ramayan period when Shjri Jamant performed Tapasya in the Gufa. It is also stated that Lord Bhagwan Shri Krishna fought with Shri Jamant on the issue of Mani (Jewel), which belongs to Dwarka kingdom and was in possession of Shri Jamant. It is also stated that th...

PHQ bids warm send off to DIG ,AIsG
Jammu,January 31, (Scoop News)-In order to bid a warm farewell to Ali Mohammad, DIG (Administration), AIsG Shailendra Kumar Mishra and Aftab Ahmed Kakroo, Police Headquarters (PHQ) organized an impressive function here this evening. Bhat has been transferred as Deputy Inspector General of Police, South Kashmir Range Anantnag. Mishra and Kakroo has been transferred and posted as SP Kargil and SP CID Headquarter. The Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar, speaking on the occasion, lauded the services of Ali Mohammad, saying that he rendered unblemished services as DIG (...

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