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Press Club of Jammu organizes admission seminar for FTII, SRFTII
Jammu gets examination centre for FTII Entrance in Feb 2018
Jammu, January 16, (Scoop News)-Press Club of Jammu in collaboration with Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune and Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) Kolkata (both Institutions under Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India) today organized the maiden admission seminar at Jammu. Two representatives of the elite FTII Mr Pankaj Saxsena, senior faculty member, FTII Pune and Mr Shubhashish Roy, Faculty Member, FTII, Pune participated and have an information session with a huge number of students from different schools, colleges and institutes of ...

No burden of enhanced rates on BPL families: Zulfkar
‘Tenders invited to convert Wheat into meal Atta’
Jammu, January 16, (Scoop News)-Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Choudhary Zulfkar Ali informed the House that the enhancement of rates of foodgrains has not put any burden on the BPL households as they continue to get the ration on highly subsidized rates. He said after the implementation of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Food Entitlement Scheme (MMSFES) in the state, the government distributes wheat at the rate of Rs 1200 per quintal against the procurement rate of Rs. 1900 per quintal. Similarly, rice is provided at the rate of Rs 1500 per quintal against the procurement...

LC Proceedings : E-studio, mega seed unit at SKUAST-J: Chairman constitutes House panel
Jammu, January 16, (Scoop News)-Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council Haji Anayat Ali today announced to form a House Committee to enquire into the alleged lapses in setting up of e-studio and mega seed unit in the SKUAST-J. The Chairman made the announcement while intervening during the reply by the concerned Minister to the question raised by Surinder Kumar Chowdhary. Meanwhile, replying to the main question, the Minister for Agriculture Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura informed that the University has constituted a Committee to ascertain the reason for non-functioning of e-kiosks. After the submission of fact finding report by the Committee, the university will ...

Er. Rasheed seeks unconditional release of Bilal Kawa, arrested by Delhi Police
"announced boycotting of remaining assembly session"
Jammu, January 16, (Scoop News)- Seeking unconditional release of Bilal Kawa, arrested by Delhi Police AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed today rocked state Assembly over the issue and said that security agencies outside state leave no stone unturned to harass Kashmiris and destroy their future. As soon as house began its proceedings this morning, Er. Rasheed got up and raised the issue and quoted the version of State police confirming Bilal’s innocence. He said that if Bilal Kawa was truly wanted by Delhi police in 2000 Bomb Blast Case, Govt. must tell the house why didn’t Delhi police communicated even once to state govt. about Bilal being wanted. The records reveal that Delhi pol...

Roadmap finalized for time-bound completion of Mubarak Mandi Project: Tassaduq Mufti
Reputed conservation architects with expertise in historical conservation co-opted
Jammu, January 16, (Scoop News)-Minister for Tourism, Mr Tassaduq Hussain Mufti today said that a roadmap has been finalized for time-bound accomplishment of the Mubarak Mandi Conservation Project. “Reputed conservation architects with expertise in historical conservation and space making have been co-opted and a process has been finalized for time-bound completion of this prestigious project,” Mr Tassaduq said while reviewing the progress of Mubarak Mandi Conservation Project here. He said with the renewed and coordinated efforts, the historic Mubarak Mandi will soon come up as a unique...

Zulfkar approves 3 Cluster Tribal Model villages for Rajouri
Rs 28 cr to be spent on development of these villages
Jammu, January 15, (Scoop News)- Minister for Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer and Tribal Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today gave approval to three proposed Cluster Tribal Model Villages in Rajouri district. A total of Rs 28 crore would be spent on different development schemes in Bhella, Keeri and Gundha villages to develop them as cluster model villages. Chowdhary Zulfkar gave the final approval to the project during a high level meeting convened by him here today which was attended by Commissioner Secretary Tribal Affairs Shafiq Ahmad Raina, Deputy Development Commissioner Rajouri, Dr Shahid Iqbal Chowdhary, Director Tribal Affairs Mohammad Rafi, Secretary state Advisory board Gu...

Altaf Bukhari attends 65th meeting of CABE
Minister puts across J&K’s Education sector requirements; Seeks timely release of SSA funds
New Delhi, January 15, (Scoop News)- Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today put across an in-depth account of education sector requirements of Jammu and Kashmir here at the 65th meeting of Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE). The Meeting was chaired by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar and attended by Union Minister of State MHRD Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtiar Abbas Naqvi and Ministers of Education from all states of India. Secretary School Education, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Farooq Ahmed Shah along with team of senior officers of department accompanied Bukhari...

MHRD to assist J&K in improvement of School Education
New Delhi, January 15, (Scoop News)- In a significant development, Jammu and Kashmir is all set to receive wide ranging assistance from Union Ministry of Human Resource Development to improve school education in the state. In this regard a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed here on the sidelines of Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) meeting here today. The MoU was signed by Secretary School Education, Farooq Ahmed Shah from J&K side and union Secretary MHRD in presence of Union MHRD Minister Prakash Javadekar and Minister for Education J&K, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari. As per the MoU, for next three years MHRD would extend all sought of assistance to enable the state...

WMDA created Tourist Infra worth Rs 8 cr at Wullar Lake: Veeri
Jammu, January 15, (Scoop News)- Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri today said that Wullar-Manasbal Development Authority since its inception has created infrastructure in the areas adjacent to the Wullar Lake involving a cost of Rs 8.08 crore including Tourist Parks, Bird watchers, Springs, Tourist Facilitation Centre, among others. Replying to a point raised by legislator, Usman Abdul Majid in the Legislative Assembly, the Minister informed the House that the existing Tourism Development Authority is developing the areas of Manasbal and Wullar proportionately and ther...

LA Proceedings : Fruit, Vegetable Mandis in JK to get CAS facility: Basharat Bukhari
Jammu, January 15, (Scoop News)- The Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Ahmad Bukhari today informed the Legislative Assembly that the Horticulture Department is going to establish Controlled Atmosphere Storage (CAS) facility in all Fruit and Vegetable Mandis of the State in a phased manner. Replying to a question by Mohammad Khalil Band, the Minister said Pulwama Fruit Mandi, involving a cost of Rs 2.61 crore with all components envisaged in the DPR, has been completed and made functional in 2007. The Minister said that the additional developmental works have also been carried ou...

Educated youth picking up gun, adopting path of violence matter of concern for all:Vakil
Jammu, January 15, (Scoop News)- President “Jammu Kashmir Bachao Tehreek” and Former Minister Abdul Gani Vakil today said that it is matter of concern for all that highly educated youth even now scholars are picking up gun and adopting the path of violence. He said that all the mainstream parties must get united at this crucial juncture and deliberate upon the causes and reasons of the same. He urged them to compel Government of India to shun the indifferent attitude towards people of Kashmir as violence and use of brute force is never going to win the hearts and minds of people here. He said that looking and evaluating the Kashmir issue through the prism of egoism is a reason for present...

BJP holds “Booth Sammelan” at Rehari
Jammu, January 14, (Scoop News)-“Giving boost to the booth level structure ahead of approaching Panchayat Elections and Urban Local Bodies in the state, State BJP led by Lok Sabha MP Jugal Kishore Sharma, accompanied by BJP State General Secretary Pawan Khajuria, State Vice-President Rajni Sethi, MLC Ramesh Arora and other senior leaders addressed and interacted with the massive gathering of BJP leaders and activists working in Janipur Mandal falling under Jammu West District and Constituency in a “Booth Sammelan” held at the Mandal level at Baby Caterers, Rehari. Jugal Kishore Sharma, while interacting with the activists prompted them to work with more energy and never ending enthusias...

Zulfkar lays foundation of Milk Cooling Plant at Vijaypur
Samba,January 14, (Scoop News)- Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCS &CA) and Tribal Affairs, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today laid foundation stone of a bulk milk cooler plant at village Rakh Barotian, Vijaypur in District Samba. Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash Ganga was also present on the occasion. Minister was informed that the milk cooling plant has a capacity of cooling two thousand litres milk and is to be constructed at the cost of 19 lakhs by Jammu & Kashmir Milk Producers Cooperative Limited (JKMPCL). The centre will collect milk from the milk producers and send it to the market for sale after packaging. Appreciating the efforts of the c...

Govt working to meet aspirations of people: Sham Choudhary
Jammu, January 14, (Scoop News)- Reiterating the commitment of Government to ameliorate the socio-economic conditions of people, the Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Sham Lal Choudhary said that several people friendly schemes for the welfare of common masses have been launched in the State. The Minister was speaking with the people participated in the public grievances redressal camp at R S Pura today. The Minister said that the State government and the Union Government are working in tandem for the welfare and development of State, Saying that these are working to provide equal opportunity of development to every individual and region. He said that to attend the aspi...

J&K Chapter of Forum of SC ST Legislators & Parliamentarian framed
Zulfkar elected Chairman, Gurezi as President
Jammu, January 14, (Scoop News)-“J&K Chapter of Forum of SC and ST Legislators and Parliamentarians of India has been constituted by unanimously electing Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, Minister for Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs & Tribal Affairs as Chairman while Nazir Ahmed Gurezi, Deputy J&K Speaker Legislative Assembly as President of the Forum. In this regard a meeting was held under chairmanship of National Working President Sardar Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal at Jammu in which body was announced for J&K Chapter of the Forum. Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, Minister for Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs & Tribal Affairs was unanimously elected as Chairman while Nazir Ahmed Gurezi, Deputy J...

Gujjars urge development- without affecting nomadic culture
Jammu, January 14, (Scoop News)-“The Gujjars- Bakerwals community members today impressed upon the government to develop them without affecting their nomadic lifestyle. They while participant of a programme orgainsed by Tribal Research and Cultural Foundation today stated that the tribes deserves more attentions. The programme was presided over by noted Gujjar writer Dr, Javaid Rahi and attended by the elders of the tribal communites. Dr. Javaid Rahi, while speaking in a programme stated that there is a great apprehension that the tribal migration which is an inseparable part of Gujjar-Bakerwal culture will become a history of the past in next few decades as they feel suffocated...

Gandhi Global Family rep organised UN Together summit in United Nations HQ New York
Jammu, January 14, (Scoop News)-Gandhi Global Family NGO delegate to United Nations DPI Prof Dominic Shellard led a summit at the United Nations HQ in New York to empower young people in higher education across the world to work together to promote respect, safety and dignity for all refugees and migrants. Universities from all continents were invited to participate in the UN Together programme, creating an international network of universities committed to finding ways to successfully integrate refugees into communities, while spreading messages of tolerance and understanding. The summit at the United Nations debated the current international crises, what role higher ed...

MCC defeats CCC Ramban in Cricket Tourney Sports pivotal for promoting camaraderie: Shaheen
Ramban, January 14, (Scoop News)-Maitra Cricket Club (MCC) Ramban defeated Chandrok Cricket Club (CCC) Ramban in the finals of Ramban Premier League T-20 Cricket Tournament and clinched the trophy at the keenly contested match, played in the District Police Lines play-field here. Giving away the winters and runners trophies, National Conference District President Mr Sajjad Shaheen lauded youth of the area for taking keen part in sports alongside academics, saying sports promote camaraderie and the spirit of inclusiveness, which is pivotal for facing the challenge unfolded by the divisive forces. Mr Shaheen, who was chief guest on the concluding function of the tourna...

Rasheed asks New Delhi not to get misled by propaganda of main stream politicians
Bandipora,January 14, (Scoop News)-Ridiculing Mehbooba Mufti’s remarks made in Legislative Counsel that one can drew a thirsty horse to a well but not force him to drink, AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed reminded Mehbooba Mufti about her speech made in the state Assembly that we can get nothing outside Indian constitution, thus closing doors for Huriyat to talk. Addressing party workers at Papchan Bandipora today, Er. Rasheed said “It is good to expect thirsty horses to quench their thirst at a well, but then if the well is full of dirt or carries acid than water. Asking Huriyat leaders to talk one side but dashing hope in the same breath is unacceptable, misleading and amoun...

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