Saturday, September 22, 2018
 
 Jammu News
BJP will clean sweep in the local elections: Khanna
Jammu, September 21 (Scoop News)-BJP National Vice-President and Prabhari for the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Avinash Rai Khanna chaired multiple meetings at Kathua, Samba and Jammu in a packed scheduled tour of J&K. State President Ravinder Raina (MLA), MP (Lok Sabha) Jugal Kishore Sharma, MP (Rajya Sabha) Shamsher Singh Manhas, former Dy. CM Kavinder Gupta also addressed the meetings attended by State Office Bearers, MLAs, MLCs, District Office Bearers, senior leaders and the BJP candidates for the local elections. Avinash Rai Khanna, while addressing in the meetings, focussed on the strategy for winning the elections. He provided the candidates with the useful tips for these electi...

‘Double Game’ plan of NC exposed accuses BJP
Jammu, September 21 (Scoop News)-As a well calculated move, National Conference (NC) President Dr Farooq Abdullah announced the boycott of the local bodies and panchayat elections in the state using “assurance of State and Central Governments on the continuation of Art 35A” as an alibi. “The ploy of the NC was very obvious in which it once again wanted to “blackmail” the Centre in the hope that it would succumb to its dictate as has been happening during the UPA regime. It got a boost with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) also joining the fray and Congress maintaining an ambivalent stand initially but the decision of the government to go ahead with the elections and Congress ultimately deci...

Advisor Kumar reviews developmental scenario, implementation of schemes in Udhampur
Asks officers to ensure timely completion of projects; Assures people for resolution of their issues
Udhampur, September 21 (Scoop News)-Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar today visited Udhampur to review the progress of major developmental projects, implementation of flagship schemes in the district. The Advisor convened a meeting with the district officers of various departments to review the project-wise status of all ongoing developmental projects. Divisional Commissioner Jammu Sanjeev Verma, IGP Jammu Dr. S D Singh, DDC Udhampur Ravinder Kumar, DIG Udhampur Reasi Range Bhim Sen Tuti, SSP Udhampur Rayees Mohammed Bhat, ADDC Arvind Sharma, ADC Gurvinderjeet Singh, CPO Rajeev Bhushan, ACR SonuPargal, ACD Noor Alam besides other senior officers were present in the meeting. DDC Udhampur ...

5056 girls provided Rs 19.86 cr under Marriage Assistance Scheme
Srinagar, September 21 (Scoop News)- Secretary Social Welfare, Dr Farooq Ahmad Lone today reviewed the progress on implementation of the State Marriage Assistance Scheme (SMAS). Under this welfare initiative state government provides financial assistance of Rs 25000 and cost of 5 gm Gold to those marriageable girls whosefamilies are facing dire financial constraints. The meeting was informed that the Social Welfare Department has, during the current month, sanctioned financial assistance to the tune of Rs 10.12 crore in favor of 2568 beneficiaries under the scheme. The newly sanctioned cases include 159 in Jammu, 27 in Ganderbal, 224 in Kishtwar, 16 in Srinagar, 100 in Kulgam 100, 131 ...

Several major surgeries conducted at DH Rajouri
43 patients provided dialysis services Drug De-Addiction centre and Skill Development Centre to be made functional soon
Rajouri, September 21 (Scoop News)- Six major surgeries including three Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy for Gall Bladder stones were performed today here at District Hospital Rajouri. As per the OT schedule surgeries were conducted by a team of doctors headed by Dr. Mushtaq Choudhary laparoscopic surgeon and Dr. Bashir Ahmed Khan Sr. Anesthetist, despite it being Gazetted holiday today. A total of 50 cases underwent the advanced surgical procedures during the last two and a half months after starting the facility in the district hospital. Advanced orthopedic surgical procedures are also performed under image intensifier(C-ARM) at DH Rajouri like closed interlocking nail tibia and femur, ...

Martyred BSF personnel’s mutilated body recovered nearly 50 metres inside Pakistan territory, multiple cuts
deep gash on neck, three bullet marks on body, blood stains confirm body dragged to other side
Ramgarh Sector, September 21, (Scoop News)-The mutilated body of Border Security Force (BSF) head constable, Narender Singh, was recovered nearly 50 meters inside Pakistan territory as Battalion Action Team (BAT) men had abducted, tortured and killed him on their side. According to well informed sources, it was during extensive joint search operations by BSF personnel and Pakistan Rangers on both sides of the border that the body of Narinder Singh with multiple cuts and a deep gash on his neck besides three bullet marks was found lying in a pool of blood. On Tuesday, a BSF party including late Singh was assigned to get elephant grass removed from the area outside the bor...

PCJ announces results of Fourth Ashok Sodhi Memorial Photography Awards
Jammu,September 21 (Scoop News)-Press Club of Jammu today announced results of Fourth Ashok Sodhi Memorial Awards for Best Photography 2018 by the four member jury at a function organised here. The participation of photojournalists increased manifold this year as compared to 2015, 2016 and 2017 awards. The winners of the fourth edition included Basit Zargar (first place) from Srinagar, Raman Raina (second place) from Daily Shadow newspaper and Pradeep Bakshi (Third Place) of national Hindi Daily Dainik Jagran. They were awarded a cash prize of Rs 11,000, Rs 8,000 and Rs 5000 respectively. Meanwhile the consolation prize winners included Abhinav Behl (IMSA Student), Umair Asif Zargar (p...

Pak philatelic bureau issues about a score of dedicatory postage stamps on terror activities in Kashmir and terror icons
a novel way of circulating propaganda material across globe says security experts.
Jammu, September 21, (Scoop News)-In a attempt to express solidarity with Kashmiris in their supposed fight against Indian occupation, Karachi Philatelic Bureau of Pakistan Postal Department has issued about a score of remembrance postage stamps as a token of support. According to an Indian news channel report, some of the pictures used in these postal stamps are upsetting and depict victims of alleged atrocities in Kashmir including protest rallies, plight of women, pallet gun victims, mass graves and use of chemical weapons besides number of slain terrorists including Burhan Wani. The postal stamps are available on e- Bay and other trading sites for US $ 6.99 (INR 497) and costs I...

JKPCC condemns Pakistan over the mutilation of soldier's body
Jammu, September 20 (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) strongly condemned the Pakistani action in killing BSF Jawan, whose body was mutilated on the Inter National Border. Most barbaric killing of BSF Jawan mutilated body by Pakistan Army on the Inter National Border is worst ever violation of International norms and the most heinous and shameful act of Pakistan, said JKPCC. While strongly condemning the dastardly and cowardly act PCC Chief Spokesperson Mr. Ravinder Sharma said that this is highly provocative and intolerable act of Pakistan and the rarest incident on IB which demonstrate intensions of Pakistan. Such cowardly, shameful and prov...

Cong too rides on 35A to contest polls: BJP
Jammu, September 20 (Scoop News)-While National Conference (NC) and Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) are using 35A to bycott the elections of Panchayats and Urban Local Bodies (ULBs), the Congress is trying to play with the emotions of the people of the state, Kashmir in particular, by assuring that if voted to power, nothing will happen to this Article of the Constitution. This is another evil attempt of the Congress to mislead the people just for the sake of getting votes, said BJP State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan in a press handout. How can the Congress state with such a certainty about the future of Article 35A when the case has yet to heard by the Supreme Court and give its final...

Governor’s direction to Distt development commissioners hailed
Jammu, September 20 (Scoop News)-Hailing Governor’s direction to District Development Commissioners to mark one day in a week for hearing people grievances followed by their timely disposal, S.S.Bijral former IGP , BJP state spokesperson said democracy laudable hall mark is ‘government for the people’. Bijral referred to Governor Satya Pal Malik inauguration of one day conference of District Development Commissioners and District Senior Superintendent of Police at Srinagar. Emphasising it as need of the time when people are facing pressing problems, he said that a day marked away from routine office work for DDC to hear people and take decision on spot as directed by Governor, would be v...

Article 35A is not anti-national: Rana
Bani, September 20 (Scoop News)-National Conference Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana on Thursday lashed out at the BJP for unleashing misinformation campaign over Article 35A, saying this proviso relates to rights, identity and dignity of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and is not anti-national. “How can a proviso of the Constitution of India be anti-national”, Mr Rana asked while addressing workers at Bani in Kathua district this afternoon. The Provincial President said that Article 35A is anything but not-anti national, as it forms important ingredient of the Constitution of India. In fact, this Article endorses the wisdom of Maharaja Hari Singh and his far-sight whic...

Directorate of I&C holds workshop on ‘J&K Single Window Act-2018’
Jammu, September 20 (Scoop News)-A one-day workshop on the ‘Single Window’ system was organized today here at the Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Jawahar Lal Nehru Udyog Bhawan, Railhead Complex, Jammu. Director, I&C, Jammu, Dr Ravi Shankar Sharma addressed the officers and threw light on the recently approved `J&K Single Window (Industrial Investment and Business Facilitation) Act-2018', which has been recently approved by the State Administrative Council. Dr Sharma asked the officers of the department to facilitate the young entrepreneurs to set up their enterprises by providing all necessary information and hand holding. He stressed upon them to create a conducive environment ...

First-Aid training programme concludes
Jammu, September 20 (Scoop News)-A four-day First-Aid training programme concluded here today. All the trainee participants were taught about “what to do & what not to do” in case of accidents and medical emergencies. They were also motivated to observe the standard traffic rules & regulations besides the focus were also laid on time management. Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu Region, Dinesh Gupta briefed the participants about the functioning of Red Cross society and how they can also be of big help to others during any medical emergencies or accidental victims and can save precious lives of others by applying the knowledge acquired during the training. He also appealed them ...

Tourism Department organizes one day hiking camp at Samba
Samba , September 19 (Scoop News)- To promote the adventure tourism and show case the rich cultural and heritage of Samba, the Tourism Department organized one day hiking camp for the students here today . The camp was organized on the occasion of 'Paryatan Parv' celebrations. On the occasion, ADDC Samba Pankaj Magotra flagged off the batch of hiking camp at Mansar morh. A large number of students of different colleges and the officers of the tourism department participated in the camp. The program was organized under the overall supervision of O.P Bhagat Director Tourism and Deputy Director Tourism Adventure and Publicity S K Atri. While interacting with the gathering, the concerned o...

BJP’s State Election Management Committee holds meeting
Srinagar, September 19 (Scoop News)- BJP’s State Election Management Committee held its crucial meeting under the chairmanship of BJP State President Ravinder Raina (MLA) at Jammu. BJP State General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Kaul, State General Secretaries Dr. Narinder Singh, Yudhvir Sethi, Sunil Sharma, MP (Lok Sabha) Jugal Kishore Sharma, MP (Rajya Sabha) Shamsher Singh Manhas, former Dy. CM Kavinder Gupta, BJP State Vice-President Dr. D.K. Manyal, former Minister Sat Sharma, Tsering Dorjey and Mahila Morcha State President Rajni Sethi participated in the meeting. The committee held threadbare discussions on the Urban Local Bodies (ULB) elections in the region. All the minute details i...

Owners of Mules/Horses asked to get their animal tested at VD Ban Ganga
Jammu, September 19 (Scoop News)-All the owners/handless of Mules/Horses of Udhampur, Reasi, Katra and adjoining areas who have engaged their animals on the track of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji and Shivkhori asked to get all their animals tested at the Veterinary Dispensary (VD), Ban Ganga, Katra for the glanders disease. Pertinent to mention that Glanders also known as “equine” “Farcy “and “mallous”, is an infectious disease that occurs primarily in horses, mules and donkeys. As the disease is zoonotic in nature, can be transmitted to human being. Dogs, Cats and Goats can also be infected by this disease. It is caused by usually by ingestion of contaminated feed and water. Signs of glanders...

Bhaderwah Campus JU organizes fresher party for newly-admitted students
Bhaderwah , September 19 (Scoop News)-The Business School, Bhaderwah Campus, University of Jammu today organized a fresher party for the newly-admitted students in the course of BBA and B Com (Hons). Prof G M Bhat, Rector Bhaderwah Campus was the Chief Guest while as teaching faculty from different departments, students and officials were present on the occasion. Prof GM Bhat, in his address, welcomed the newly-admitted students and also guided them for hard work and to achieve their goals. Prof. Bhat also congratulated The Business School, Bhaderwah Campus for organizing such events for its budding managers which will boost their confidence and team spirit. He was also very ha...

Display Your Talent - Day 5: Classical Vocal Solo and Semi Classical Vocal Solo conducted
Jammu, September 19 (Scoop News)-The events of Classical Vocal Solo and Semi Classical Vocal Solo were conducted today in the ongoing ‘Display Your Talent 2018-19’ organized by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu. Prof. Parmeshwari Sharma (Dean Students Welfare), Dr. B.K. Bajaj (Associate Dean SW), Dr. Anil Gupta & Dr. Garima Gupta (Assistant Deans SW) faculty members, teachers from colleges, students and scholars of the University of Jammu were present during the events. In Classical Vocal, Vanshika Jaral from GCW, Parade was declared First. The Second Position was shared by Sunil Verma from Institute of Music and Fine Arts and Shivani Mishra from The Law School...

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