Wednesday, September 3, 2014
 
 Top Stories of The Day
No question of replacing Tosamaidan by Yusmarg: Rather
No such move from Government
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)-The Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Mr Ab Rahim Rather has termed media reports that Yusmarg is being proposed to be leased out to Army for conducting artillery exercises, as totally baseless and ill-conceived. Reacting to media reports that appeared in a section of local press, Mr Rather said that there is no question of replacing Tosamaidan by Yusmarg as firing range, adding that there is no such move from the government. Dispelling all apprehensions in this regard, Mr Rather said that Yusmarg is one of the famous tourist resorts of the state where basic tourism infrastructure is being developed at a faster pace. He said Yusmarg Development Authority has already initiated several measures to develop tourism infrastructure adding that recently a modern TRC has been inaugurated there for the convenience of the tourists. He said...
 
 
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President pays obeisance at Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine
Governor briefs about initiatives taken by Shrine Board to facilitate pilgrims
Katra, September 02,(Scoop News)- Pranab Mukherjee, President of India, visited the Holy Cave Shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Deviji today and paid obeisance at the Sanctum Sanctorum. Mukherjee prayed for the progress and prosperity of the people of the country. Earlier, the President accompanied by Shri N. N. Vohra, Governor Jammu and Kashmir and Chairman of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, arrived at Panchhi Helipad on the New Track, where he was received by Dr. Mandeep K. Bhandari, Chief Executive Officer of the Shrine Board. The President inaugurated this larg...

JeM District commander among 3 militants killed in Pulwama
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)-Three militants including the District Commander of Jaish were killed in an encounter with police and security forces in village Hanjan, Pulwama. Police said that on a tip off regarding the presence of armed militants in village Hanjan, Pulwama in the jurisdiction of police station Rajpora last evening, Pulwama Police, 44RR, 182, 183 Bn CRPF cordoned off the area and launched a search operation. The militants hiding in the area fired on the joint search party triggering an encounter. The cordon was strengthened while searches were stopped overnight. The...

Talks only way forward to settle issues: Omar
Announces three months free ration for shelling affected families
Jammu,September 02, (Scoop News)- Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Tuesday said that talks are only way forward to resolve issues adding that border skirmishes have always made the lives of people living there miserable and difficult. He said the inhabitants of LOC and Borders have to bear the brunt of firing and shelling and their life and property is endangered by such incidents. He said the State of Jammu and Kashmir is greatly and commonly affected by such incidents. Omar Abdullah said that peace and tranquillity on Borders is equally important for both the neighbours maintaining that the...

President calls upon Universities to create the right environment for promoting entrepreneurship
Jammu, September 01, (Scoop News)- During the convocation 68 candidates who completed their Ph.D. during 2013 from Faculty of Science, Life Sciences, Arts, Business Studies, Social Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Education were awarded Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. A total of 67 candidates were awarded the University Gold Medals / Cash Awards / Medals created out of the endowments for the year 2013. Out of these 12 students who are the Faculty toppers were awarded University Gold Medals by President of India. Speaking during the 14th Convocation of the University of Jammu, th...

 
 Ladakh News
CEC, LAHDC declares Takmachik an Eco Model Village
Leh ,September 02, (Scoop News)- In a function organised by LEHO at Takmachik village, CEC, LAHDC, Rigzin Spalbar declared Takmachik an Eco Model Village and said that a MoU would be signed shortly in partnership between LAHDC, Panchayat, Takmachik and LEHO to start with the formulation of the project and its implementation by March of next year. On the occasion EC Agriculture Sonam Dorje, President LEHO Dr. Din Mohd, Director LEHO Raziya Sultana, District Horticulture Officer, Leh and Horticulture Development Officer, Khalsi were also present. Spalbar stressed that every Ladakhi must...

BOSE organizes first time an awareness programme on Adolescence Education
Leh ,September 02, (Scoop News)- For the first time an awareness programme on Adolescence Education is being organized in Leh. Organized by J&K State Board of School Education (BOSE) in collaboration with NCERT New Delhi at Leh Conference hall the two days awareness programme was chaired by Executive Councilor for Higher Education, Mohd. Shafi Lassu today. Addressing the programme, Executive Councilor for Higher Education Mohd Shafi Lassu said that adolescent period is the most sensitive stage in human life adding that it is the same period in which adolescents are venerable to drugs, ba...

No encroachment, DC Leh in touch with his HP counterpart: Gurezi
Srinagar, August 30, (Scoop News)-Minister of State for Sheep and Animal Husbandry, Nazir Ahmad Gurezi while replying, on behalf of Minister(I/c) Revenue, on a Calling Attention Notice of Nurboo Gialchan informed the House today that Sercho area of block Nyoma falls on the border of Leh and Himachal Pradesh (HP) and generally people cross over to either side for grazing their cattle. The Minister said that Deputy Commissioner Leh has been asked to pursue the matter vigorously to ensure that no permanent encroachment takes place in the area. Regarding the issue of demarcation of boundary between Leh and Himachal Pradesh, the Minister said that Deputy Commissioner is in touch with his cou...

OP Sadhbhavna A Module to Strengthen Awam and Jawan: Maj Gen Negi
Kargil,August 30, (Scoop News)- OP Sadhbhavna Programme is a module to strengthen the bond between the Jawan and Awam and to fulfill this aim Indian Army is organizing various Programmes like Medical Camps, Vetenary Camps, Sports Activities, Music Competitions etc and army has opened various Army Goodwill Schools, Women Welfare Centers etc in Border District Kargil. This was revealed by the GOC 8 Mountain Division Major General Jaiveer Negi while talking to our correspondent on the final day of Suru Valley National Integration Cultural Competition concluded at Captain Nongrum, MVC Auditorium Khumbathang Kargil. Out of Hundreds of Participants from more than 40 villages, Syed Zulfi ...

A&H department organizes one day Vegetable –cum-Fruit Exhibition
Leh, August 30, (Scoop News)- To encourage the farmers in agriculture, horticulture and floriculture sectors keeping in view the growing demands of vegetable and fruits in Leh, the Agriculture and Horticulture department organized a day long Vegetable –cum-Fruit Exhibition at Indoor Stadium, Leh today. The exhibition was inaugurated by CEC, LAHDC Rigzin Spalbar who was chief guest on the occasion while as Executive Councilor for Agriculture Sonam Dorjey was guest of honour on the occasion. Tremendous response of farmers was seen in the exhibition displaying variety of fruits like apric...

Early redressal of Kargil people’s demands on priority basis:Thupstan Chhewang
Kargil.August 30, (Scoop News)- MP Ladakh Thupstan Chhewang is on Kargil Tour nowadays and meted the delegations of people in various villages in Kargil. The MP has met people in Shargole, TSG, Sankoo, and Tai Suru Blocks and assured people of early redressal of their demands on priority basis. Inclusion of Roads in PMGSY, Installation of Mobile Tower, Granting of relief for the washed areas in 2010 Flash-Flood, Constructions of Community Hall and Bridges are the main and common demands of the villagers of these blocks. The MP also thanked the people for supporting and voting him during ...

Book “A Travel into the History of Purig” was released in Kargil
Kargil.August 30, (Scoop News)- For the first time in the history of Kargil (Purig), a internationally renowed author and Tibetologist Dr Dieter Schuh, Director, International Institute of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, Andiast Switzerland and Ajaz Hussain Munshi (Curator Munshi Aziz Bhat Musuem on Central Asia Trade Kargil) has written a book named “A Travel in the History of Purik”. Former MP Ladakh Haji Ghulam Hassan Khan released the book during a grand function at Munshi Habibullah Mission School Kargil organized by Kargil Social and Cultural Organization (KASCO). During the funct...

Kyagar Thundel Tsogspa organizes 2 days Festival to promote tourism
Leh,August 29, (Scoop News)- Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC Leh, Rigzin Spalbar today presided as the chief guest on the valedictory function of 2 days Kyagar Thundel Festival in Kyagar, Nubra. The festival was organised by the Kyagar Thundel Tsogspa with an aim to promote tourism in Sumoor and Kyagar villages of Nubra. Terming Tourism and Army an impermanent source of income in Ladakh, CEC stressed upon sustainable development in Ladakh which can be achieved only through land based economy and talking about the limitations of government jobs he urged upon the villagers and the youth...

 
 Debate
Pakistan on knife edge
Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani I had planned to write this column on the special session of UN Human Rights Council requested by Iraq and supported by Group of Arab States, Non Aligned Movement, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and European Union to discuss “the human rights situation in Iraq in light of abuses committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and associated groups,” on Monday 1 September 2014. UN Secretary General has received JKCHR Written Statement for the Special Session. This will be circulated as a General Assembly document on Monday during the session an...

Has ISIS dug its own grave?
By Brig Anil Gupta ISIS, a splinter group of Al Qaeda, rose to prominence in the early half of this year due to its spectacular military successes capturing swathes of territory in Northern Iraq and threatening Baghdad. This supplemented its earlier similar success in parts of Syria. The world was awed with the professional manner in which Jihadists fighters of ISIS over came in rapid succession the Iraqi Army which in most cases either ran away or surrendered meekly. In the bargain, ISIS not only captured real estate but also war waging material left behind by the Iraqi Army and...

Legislative Council Resolution On Indo- Pak Dialogue
By B. L . Saraf The suspension of Foreign Secretary level talks between India and Pakistan has evoked mixed reactions across the political spectrum in the country and beyond . But, reaction in J &K , particularly in the Valley, has been rather severe . So much so that the legislative Council had to intervene and pass a resolution to impress upon India to resume the dialogue . Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has taken upon himself to raise the pitch and criticize Modi government for disruption in the dialogue proces...

Balraj Puri : A Man of Substance
By O.P. Sharma Balraj Puri, a multifaceted personality of Jammu had the distinction of being recipient of a “Padam Vibhushan” prestigious honored from the president of India. Puri was a prolific writer and had authored more than 35 books on different topics, penned numerous articles on politics, economic and social issues. He was a social and political activist and a champion of human rights as member of PUCL. Looking Back. Puri was one of the pioneer journalist from Jammu and Kashmir who started on June 27, 1942 an Urdu Weekly Kashmir Sansar and later edited Sach...

Omar is partially right
By Yash Bhasin During his visit to Jammu, the first one after becoming National President of BJP, Amit Shah gave call to the people of J&K to give go by to the dynastic rule and dynastic politics of Abdullas and Muftis. On his visit to R S Pura to personally assess the problems being faced by the people on the international border, due to constant and heavy Pak firing on Indian posts and even in civilian areas, which killed 2 members of a single Gujjar family and injuring 5 civilians, besides killing a BSF Jawan. The panic ridden border people have migrated to safer places, in camps where they are lodged by the administration. Amit Shah criticized the state governme...

JK Congress : All eyes on GN Azad
By Shafiq Mir Shattered with the recent worst ever debacle in parliamentary elections in India, the Jammu and Kashmir Congress men are looking only towards former Chief Minister and union health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad to sail the sinking ship. And it seems to be the only option with Congress that he can drag this ship safely to the coast if not up to the harbor at least. A senior Congress leader told this journalist that though he does not belong to Azad faction, but “ it is fact that only Ghulam Nabi Azad can safely sail the sinking ship of Congress in the present situation”, saying that despite being power in the past six years they (Congress men) have nothing to propag...

Turmoil in the Neighborhood: The border rattles
Brig Anil Gupta While Nawaz Sharif is in a mess in the neighbouring Pakistan, the Pakistan Army is having the last laugh. But the tremors are being felt in the border belt of Jammu where innocent civilians who have no stake at all in the ongoing turmoil in the neighbourhood are paying a heavy price for the same. Loss of precious lives, cattle, damage to property, constant fear psychosis and the fear of unknown has forced them to leave their hearths and move to make shift camps. The youth is the worst sufferer because of the closure of educational institutions and their inability ...

Merits of Ali Geelani’s Advice
Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani Chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani has appealed chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Awami Tahreek Tahir-ul-Qadri that they should adopt the ways of understanding and negotiation instead of hostility and confrontation. He has genuinely expressed his anguish and concern over the internal situation of Pakistan pushed to a precipice by these agitations. It is highly appreciable concern by a leader of his standing and understanding. Before one could attempt a critical appreciation of the appeal, one has to take into account another more se...

 Jammu News
PM’s Teachers’ Day address: arrangements made in Udhampur schools for live viewing
Udhampur,September 02, (Scoop News)- District Development Commissioner, Udhampur Mrs. Yasha Mudgal today discussed arrangements for viewing of live telecast of Teachers’ Day address of Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi in the schools of the district. Chairing a meeting of Education Department functionaries, the DC directed them to make available adequate arrangements for viewing and listening of the PM’s Address on television, radio and internet on September 5 - the Teachers Day. Special instructions in this regard were issued to the Chief Education Officer, Zonal Education Officers, Principals and Head masters for making necessary arrangements for the live broadcast of PM speech to be te...

People cutting across regions and faiths, voluntarily joining BJP:Jugal
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- In an impressive function held at party headquarters on Tuesday, Pathan Zulafqar Hussain Khan and Adv. Sarver Mir alongwith a large number of supporters joined BJP. They were welcomed into party fold by State BJP President & MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, State General Secretaries Ashok Koul, Bali Bhagat and Kavinder Gupta. Jugal Kishore Sharma, on this occasion said that people cutting across regions and faiths, are voluntarily joining BJP. It is an indication that the people across the state want a change and give chance to BJP to form gover...

CM’s utterance against BJP reflects fear of further defeat: Arora
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- It appear state based political parties are living in fool’s paradise and are making efforts to polarize the vote bank in forthcoming assembly elections. Recently, State Chief Minister Omar Abdullah tried to allege BJP and its leadership as communal and fundamentalist. It is share frustration of defeat in parliamentary elections and also reflect fear of further defeat in forthcoming assembly elections, said BJP State Vice-President & Prabhari Kashmir Ramesh Arora (Adv.). Ramesh Arora further said BJP has decided to make state politics as Congress free politics. Because Congress has no agenda expect remain in power by one or the other method. They are n...

J&K public should not be lured by false commitments: BJP
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- Strange are the ways of ruling parties in J&K who have been claiming to remain committed to the equitable development of all the three regions in the state for the last several years, ridiculed BJP State Spokesperson Dr. Nirmal Kamal today. She said that these parties when in power, their policies which were meant for public remained in doldrums and they kept harping about equitable development in the state without implementing these policies. Close to the election period, these political outfits rhetorically, publicized their non-achievements as achievements and much hyped public works remain either incomplete or remain visible on the foundation stone...

Mankotia demands dismissal of NC-Cong coalition Govt
Condemns PHE Employees-Govt standoff
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party President and MLA Balwant Singh Mankotia has severely castigated the National Conference-Congress coalition government for precipitating the miseries of already suppressed people of Jammu Pradesh by getting Public Health Engineering department officials and the common public face to face. He demanded immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah led coalition government which allowed discontinuance of water supply in Jammu Pradesh for last three year, the basic necessity to sustain life on earth. In a press statement issued here Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia asked the people of Jammu Pradesh to be ready to come on roads agai...

Omar inaugurates STP, lays foundation of Multi-tier Parking
Says decongestion of roads in focus
Jammu,September 02, (Scoop News)- Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Tuesday inaugurated 27 MLD Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) Baghwati Nagar here. The project is designed to cater to the needs of the projected population of the year 2036 in the area. The project besides STP comprises of main trunk sewer of 26.53 kilometers, lateral sewer lines of 65.50 kilometers. The Chief Minister said that the long cherished demand of the people of this area regarding the treatment of sewerage has been fulfilled by completion of the STP. He said the sewerage system in Jammu has been divided into four zones to cater to the needs and manage the disposal of sewerage in a scientific manner. Earlier, the Chie...

President completes State visit
Jammu,September 02, (Scoop News)-President of India, Pranab Mukherjee today completed his two day state visit. He was seen off at the airport by Governor N.N. Vohra, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control Sham Lal Sharma, Minister of State for Home Sajjad Kitchloo, Chief Secretary Mohammad Iqbal Khandey, Director General of Police K. Rajendra, and Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Shantmanu. ...

Free Banihal from corrupt politicians: Molvi Rashid
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- Senior National Conference leader and former Deputy Speaker Molvi Rashid has exhorted people to free the politics from corrupt elements by their power of vote and set a benchmark of electing honest and public spirited representatives. “Banihal has been the worst victim of corrupt elements and time has come when these are to be removed from the public life”, Molvi Rashid said at a party convention here. The convention was also addressed by NC candidate from Banihal Assembly Constituency Sajjad Shaheen and attended by District and Block presidents, other functionaries besides the Panchs, Sarpanchs and prominent citizens of the area. Molvi Rashid laude...

 
 Kashmir News
Hurriyat conference( JK) constitutes four member team
to hold consultations with other factions for unity
Srinagar, September 2,(Scoop News)-Hurriyat Conference Jammu Kashmir consultative committee on Tuesday held a meeting wherein the present political situation and develeopments with regard to unity with Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani, were thoroughly discussed, the spokesperson of HCJK in a statement issued said. The meeting, which was attended by Shabir Ahmad Shah and others. The meeting deliberated on some suggestions laid by Syed Ali Shah Geelani and a 3-member committee formulated by Hurriyat Conference(G). In this connection, HCJK formulated a 4-member committee which would hold consultation with committee formulated by Hurriyat(G), as “HCJK not only cons...

Govt ensured dev, decentralization of powers: Sagar
Says certain parties trying to mislead the people
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- Asserting that the Government has ensured overall development, decentralization of powers and involvement of people in day to day governance, the Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats, Ali Mohammad Sagar today said that the certain parties are trying hard to negate the achievements of the present Government by spreading vicious and malafide propaganda but people are wise enough to understand their mechanism and would give a befitting reply to them in near future. The Minister was addressing huge public gatherings at Ganderbal, Zedibal, and Haz...

Cultural Academy releases latest Pahari publications
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- The Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages Tuesday held a function in which several Pahari publications were released. Held in the Seminar Hall of the Academy Complex here at Lal Mandi, eight latest Academy publications in Pahari language were released by Mr Kafeel-ur Rehman, Vice Chairman J&K Pahari Advisory Board, who was the Chief Guest while Dr Mushrraf Massodi was the Guest of Honour on the occasion. Welcoming the guests, Haroon Rashid, Secretary Academy, apprised the audience about various initiatives being taken by the Academy for the development of various languages of the state. He reiterated the resolve...

Youth ends his life in Budgam
4 injured in road mishaps
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- A youth ended his life by consuming some poison substance at his home in Budgam district. The 21 years old Sajad Ahmad Wagay son of Abdul Sattar Wagay resident of Kuchwari, consumed some poison substance at his home in the jurisdiction of police station Khanshab. He died on spot. The body of deceased was sent to Sub District Hospital, for legal formalities. Budgam Police has started investigations under section 174 CrPC in this regard. 4 injured in road mishaps Four persons were injured in different road traffic accident across the valley. An unknown vehicle hit and injured a pedestrian Davood Ahmad Khan resident of Reasi Jammu at presen...

Bhat expresses concern over lack of basic amenities in Shopian
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) candidate for Shopian constituency, Mohammad Yousuf Bhat, has expressed concern over the lack of basic amenities to people. In a statement, Bhat said the people are complaining about lack of drinking water, irrigation facilities, power deficit, scarcity of ration and pathetic condition of most of the roads. Continuing with his campaign for the upcoming assembly polls, he visited Shalatoo, Sharatpora, Dashipora, Arshipora, Saidapora, Ramnagri, Reshinagri villages. He emphasised upon the people to wholeheartedly come out in support of PDP and stop the communal forces, who are trying to polarise the situation...

Pulwama people being discriminated against for their political lineage: Bari Andrabi
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) district president for Pulwama district, Bari Andrabi has expressed concern for lack of attention exhibited by the present government towards the day to day problems being faced by the people of Pulwama district. “The government machinery is conspicuous by its absence on the ground. Be it the maintenance of civic amenities at the district headquarter, regulation of traffic, road connectivity of villages with the district headquarter or grant of relief for the losses caused by the recent hailstorm, the government apathy is galore,” said Bari after assessing the ground situation in different areas of the district. He...

Geelani, Mirwaiz condole death of Balraj Puri
Srinagar, September 1,(Scoop News)-Expressing profound grief and regret over the demise of noted journalist, author and prominent human rights activist, Balraj Puri,APHC leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has paid rich tributes to the deceased for his contributions in various sectors of public life. Conveying his condolence to his son Luv Puri, Mirwaiz said that Balraj Puri a noted voice of Jammu was a close friend of Mirwaiz family, adding, whenever he would visit Kashmir he would meet Mirwaiz Mohamamd Farooq and exchange their views on various subjects. APHC leader said that after the assassination of Mirwaiz Mohammad Farooq and founding of Hurriyat Conference, Mr. Puri would visit K...

Ganderbal Distt plan pegged at Rs. 74.32 cr
Sagar asks officers to pace up dev schemes
Ganderbal,September 01, (Scoop News)-Minister for Rural Development and Panchayats, Ali Mohammad Sagar today directed the officers to ensure that fast pacing of various schemes is undertaken by the Government for the holistic development of the State so that they are implemented fully and people get benefits from these. The Minister was addressing officers during the District Development Board meeting of Ganderbal which was convened under his chairmanship. The board approved the district plan at Rs. 74.32 crore. The board meeting was attended by Minister for Forests, Mian Altaf, Member Parliament, Tariq Hamid Karra, MLC, Sheikh Ghulam Rasool, District Development Commissioner Ganderba...

 
 Other Stories
Sadhotra declares open 1st Marh Premier League T20 cricket tournament
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- 1st Marh Premier League T20 Cricket Tournament-2014 Marh constituency has been declared open by Minister for Planning and Development, Labour and Employment, Ajay Sadhotra today. Sadhotra distributed uniforms and playing kits amongst the players of participating teams. The tournament shall be played on league and knockout basis. In the tournament 75 teams from Marh Constituency are participating and the winning team will get a cash prize of Rs. 2 lakh and a trophy runner up team will get cash prize of Rs. one lakh, Rs.50,000/- to ...

Mir asks Govt depts to ensure timely delivery of services
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- Emphasizing the need for close liaison among line departments, the Minister for Tourism, G.H Mir today asked the government functionaries to be prompt and extra vigilant in delivering the services required by the people. The Minister was chairing a high level meeting of senior officers convened to review functioning and achievements registered in Jammu division under core sectors here today at Summer Secretariat . The meeting was attended by Commissioner JMC, Kiran Wattal, Director Tourism Jammu, Soujanya Sharma, Director Health Se...

Militant hideout busted by security forces in Kishtwar district
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- In a successful anti terrorist operation by security forces, a militant hideout was busted in the upper reaches of Navpachchi in Kishtwar District, which led to a recovery of arms and ammunition. Based on the information about presence of hideout, Rashtriya Rifles battalion at Bhandarkut and Kishtwar Police launched a joint search operation in general area Navpachchi and recovered a cache of war like stores, today. The cache comprised of one Sniper Rifle, bolt action with magazine, one telescopic sight, 17 rounds of assorted ammunition, two Chinese grenades and two Radio Sets, which were recovered from a well concealed hideout in forest. ...

Poswal demands Governor’s rule in J and K
Govt failed to protect Border people
Jammu, September 02, (Scoop News)- Bhartiya Gujjar Mahasabha (J&K) president, Eshfaq-ur-Rehman Poswal, has demanded from the president to impose a Governor’s rule in the state alleging that the state government has failed to protect the people on account of continuous firing from across the border by Pakistani troops. The demand was raised by Eshfaq-ur-Rehman Poswal, who along with a delegation called on the President of India, Sh Pranab Mukherjee at Jammu, today. His Excellency,Gov.N.N.Vohra was also present in the meeting. “The State Govt, has been running from its responsibility of taking care of the people suffering from cross border firing by shifting the responsibility on the ...

Er Rashid criticizes New Delhi for its arrogant and unrealistic attitude over Kashmir issue
\ Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- MLA Langate and president AIP Er Rashid has criticised New Delhi for its arrogant and unrealistic attitude over Kashmir issue and said that the divided house of Kashmiris can achieve nothing unless they don’t put up a joint effort to plead their case before New Delhi and other appropriate platforms. He was addressing a public gathering at Supernaghama after laying foundation stone of 6.3 MVA receiving station at Saffalipora Langate which is to come up at an estimated cost of Rs. 4.00 crore and is expected to be completed within a time period of two...

Zila Saakshar Bharat Mission Committee meeting held at Anantnag
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- For implementation of Sakshaar Bharat Mission in Anantnag district, a meeting of Zilla Lok Shiksha Samiti (ZLSS) was today held under the chairmanship of District Development Commissioner Anantnag who is also the chairman of ZLSS. The meeting held threadbare discussion with regard to implementation of Saakshar Bharat Mission for eradication of illiteracy among 15 to 53 years age group in the district. The DDC asked the committee to achieve the goal of providing education to the drop outs and top priority be given to women’s education. He directed the district coordinator and other committee members of ZLSS to make all the centres functional...

Nanaji slams BJP, Congrees, NC for the sufferings of KPs
Srinagar, September 02, (Scoop News)- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader, Nanaji Watal has slammed the BJP, Congress and National Conference for failing to solve the sufferings of Kashmiri Pandit migrants. “All the three political parties-BJP, Congress and NC- have failed miserably on the ground to do any justice with the Kashmiri Pandit. They are responsible for the community’s problems,” he said in a statement. He said the leadership of these political parties are only making hollow slogans and are practically doing nothing for the welfare of the community. Nanaji said except promises they have done nothing to mitigate the problems of the KPs. He said the NC government has...

Analyze negative dimension of poll boycott,
otherwise people will never forgive propagating wrong policies: Vakil to Hurriyat
Rafiabad September 01, (Scoop News)- Vakil cautioned Hurriyat leadership that propagation of the poll boycott will definitely help BJP and its allies in the whole state because BJP has succeeded in making inroads in the Kashmir region as well after Parliament elections with the connivance of some so called nationalist elements. He said that these so called nationalist people have a single motive to gain wealth and power for securing luxury life style for themselves and have no sympathy with the people of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that it is the duty of the Hurriyat leaders to analyze every negative dimension of poll boycott otherwise people will never forgive them for propagating wro...

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Farooq , Rana , condole death of Gh. Nabi Khan
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Well begun Mr. Prime Minister!
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