Tuesday, November 30, 2021
 
 Top Stories of The Day
Lt Governor laid foundation stone for Tirth Yatri Niwas of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board at Majeen
We are fulfilling the long pending demand of Devotees of Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra: Lt Governor
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today laid the foundation stone for the Tirth Yatri Niwas & Disaster Management Centre of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board at Majeen, near IMPARD, Jammu. Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor congratulated the devotees of Shri Amarnath ji; officials of the Shrine Board and the people of Jammu region for the ground-breaking ceremony of the Yatri Niwas. With the foundation of the Yatri Niwas, we have fulfilled a long pending demand of all stakeholders, organizations associated with Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra, devotees from across the country and abroad, said the Lt Governor. The Lt Governor expressed his desire to develop Yatri Niwas as a symbol of compassion, spirituality, service, peace and happiness. Yatri Niwas is not merely a building. It needs to be developed as a centre for awakening of consciousness, a confluence o...
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 Top Stories of the Day
J&K Bank insurance income up by 30%
Make efforts so that benefits of insurance reach all sections of society: CMD
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Good products and services, better technology and focused attention on customers are the key elements of success mantra for all commercial organisations. And I am happy to see our energetic and experienced staff from Jammu Division zones here, whose dedication along with diligence has helped them to find their place among top performers in the Bank’s life-insurance segment. J&K Bank CMD R K Chhibber made these remarks in ‘Leader’s Talk’ at an event that was organised to recognise the Bank's Champion Performers of Jammu Division Zones under life-insurance se...

JK reports 150 new positive cases, 330579 recovered
1,65,72,322 Covid doses administered so far
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)-The Government today informed that 150 new positive cases of novel Corona virus (COVID-19), 28 from Jammu division and 122 from Kashmir division, have been reported today, thus taking the total number of positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir to 336681. Also, 01 COVID death has been reported from Kashmir Division. Moreover, 181 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and been discharged from various hospitals including 20from Jammu Division and 161 from Kashmir Division. The Bulletin informs that no new case of Mucormycosis has been reported today. On COVID vaccination, the bulletin informs that 44,236doses of COVID vaccine have been administered in the l...

Covid Containment Measures: Chief Secretary reviews public health response to COVID 19
Directs universal RTPCR testing of foreign travellers, mandatory quarantine and genome sequencing of samples of positive patients
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)- The Chief Secretary, Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta today chaired a meeting of the COVID Task Force to review the public health response to COVID-19 and asked the divisional and district administrations to ensure universal testing of all foreign travellers to Jammu and Kashmir in the light of the emergence of new COVID variant Omicron. Administrative Secretaries of Finance, Health & Medical Education, Home, Disaster Management, Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, besides Divisional Commissioners Kashmir/ Jammu, Deputy Commissioner of Anantnag, Srinagar, Kathua, Jammu, Udhampur, Reasi and Budgam, along with MD, National Health Mission, Director, Family Welfa...

Awaam ki Awaaz:LG Manoj Sinha specially mentions Jammu resident's suggestion
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Software Engineer, Sachin Padha from Jammu has expressed gratitude to Lieutenant Governor of J&K, Manoj Sinha for acknowledging his suggestion related to establishment of Governance System for Complaint Management on single platform. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, in this month’s episode of “Awaam ki Awaaz” radio programme, voiced valuable insights and suggestions received from the general public. During the program which was aired recently on all local & primary channels of All India Radio (AIR) in the UT and broadcasted on the Channel DD Kashir, the Lt Governor connected with the people and dedicated this month’s episode to all those citizens who are...

 
 Ladakh News
Commencement of NIELIT Kargil completed, diploma/certificate courses to start free of cost from December 15, 2021
Kargil, November 29 (Scoop News)-The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India through the National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) Ladakh has completed the setting up of NIELIT Kargil at Chutuk Area on the request of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC), Kargil. Under the NIELIT Ladakh, the ministry has set up the sub-center on the 1st floor of the DIET Building located at Chutuk Area of Kargil which was the long pending demand of the students. Now the NIELIT Ladakh through its Sub-Center Kargil has announced the commencement of Advance Diploma Course in Computer Applications and Accounting and Desktop Publi...

CEC Feroz Khan chairs RKS meeting of District Hospital Kargi
Kargil, November 29 (Scoop News)-Chairman and Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmad Khan chaired the Rogi Kalyan Samiti (RKS) meeting of the District Hospital Kargil (DHK) here today. Councilor Town Haji Muhammad Abbas, CMO Kargil Dr Munawar Hussain Wazir, Medical Superintendent District Hospital Kargil (DHK) Dr Liyaqat Ali Khan besides other members of the governing body of the RKS including the officers of Municipal Committee, KREDA, Rural Development, Information, PHE, PDD and other concerned officers attended the meeting. During the course of the meeting, the CEC reviewed the functioning of the DHK and also took stock of the infrastructural facilities available at the ...

CEC Feroz Khan chairs meeting regarding Tourism Vision Document for Ladakh
Emphasizes inclusion of adequate data related to Kargil District to ensure holistic, all-inclusive vision document
Kargil, November 29 (Scoop News)- In order to get feedback and suggestions on the Tourism Vision Document for Ladakh, Chairman and Chief Executive Councillor, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmad Khan convened a meeting of the Executive Councillors and concerned officers of Tourism Department Kargil and tourism stakeholders at the Council Secretariat here today. The draft tourism document for Ladakh has been formulated by the National Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency (INVEST India). Executive Councillor for Social Welfare Aga Syed Hassan Armaan, Executive Councillor for Tourism and Zanskar Affairs Er Punchok Tashi, Executive Councillor for Works Syed Abbas Razvi, Executive Councillor...

CEC Feroz Khan reviews physical, financial progress of works under District Capex Budget 2021-22
Kargil,November 27 (Scoop News)- Chairman and Chief Executive Councillor, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmad Khan reviewed the physical and financial progress of schemes and works of different sectors under the District Capex Budget 2021-22 during the General Council Meeting of LAHDC Kargil at Conference Hall Baroo here today. Executive Councillor for Horticulture Aga Syed Hassan Armaan Mosavi, Executive Councillor for Tourism Er Phunsok Tashi, Executive Councillor for Works Aga Syed Abass Razvi, Executive Councillor for Health Mohsin Ali, Deputy Commissioner and CEO, LAHDC, Kargil Santosh Sukhadeve, Superintending Engineer PWD Er Tashi Tundup, Chief Planning Officer Abdul Hadi, besides Councillo...

ROC J&K, Ladakh celebrates Constitution Day
Srinagar ,November 26(Scoop News)- Constitution Day was today celebrated with great enthusiasm at both the Jammu and Srinagar offices of Registrar of Companies for UTs of J&K and Ladakh & Official Liquidator, attached to the High Court. Sudhir Phaye, ROC J&K & Ladakh took an oath along with the staff at Jammu office and read out the preamble. An essay competition was held at the office and awards were given to the winners; Raj Kumar Koul bagged the first prize for excellent essay. At Srinagar office, AROC Haamid Bukhari along with the staff members also took an oath and read out the preamble to the constitution. Bukhari highlighted the importance of the Constitution as a visionary docu...

72nd Constitution Day celebrated at GDC Drass
Drass, November 26 (Scoop News)-Government Degree College (GDC) Drass organised a day long programme to celebrate the National Constitution Day, 2021 at the college campus here today. Chairperson, Tehsil Legal Services Committee (TLSC) Drass Deldan Angmo was the chief guest on the occasion while Assistant Professor Sociology Haider Ali Askary, staff members besides students were present during the event. Chairperson TLSC Drass Deldan Angmo while addressing the students about the importance of the Indian Constitution said that it is an inclusive book which safeguards our legal rights and other important aspects that govern our judiciary and legislature. She also elaborated on the true me...

72nd Constitution Day celebrated with patriotic fervor in Kargil
Kargil, November 26 (Scoop News)-Like in other parts of the country, the 72nd anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of India (Constitution Day/Samvidhan Divas, 2020) was today celebrated with great patriotic fervor and zeal in Kargil. As a part of the celebrations, Preamble reading ceremonies were organized at the Council Secretariat, LAHDC, Kargil, Conference Hall Baroo Kargil and all the Government offices/ institutions and other establishments in the district where Executive Councilors and Councillors and all the officers and officials of different departments read out the Preamble of the Constitution of India. The main function in the district was held at the Conference Ha...

72nd Constitution Day celebrated at Council Secretariat LAHDC, Kargil
Kargil, November 26 (Scoop News)-The 72nd anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of India (Constitution Day/Samvidhan Divas, 2020) was today celebrated with great patriotic fervour and zeal at Council Secretariat LAHDC, Kargil. Executive Councillor for Tourism Er Phunsok Tashi in presence of the Executive Councillor for Works Aga Syed Abbas Razvi, Executive Councillor for Health Mohsin Ali along with the Councillors and staff members of the Council Secretariat read out the Preamble of the Constitution on the occasion and expressed their resolve to strengthen the ideals of the Constitution. The EC Tourism while speaking on the occasion said that the preamble of Indian Constitut...

 
 Debate
Globally active China
Asad Mirza The aggressive and planned manner in which Chinese companies have forayed globally, poses a risk not just to the economic interests but also the defence interests of the collaborating and neighbour nations. Recent reports by Wall Street Journal have revealed that the US intelligence agencies found evidence of construction work on what they believed was a secret Chinese military facility in the United Arab Emirates, and which was stopped after Washington’s intervention. It says that satellite imagery of the Port Khalifa revealed suspicious construction work inside a container terminal built and operated by a Chinese shipping corporatio...

Aanadata To Bhagyavidata – Our farmer
B L Saraf Farmers have won. They have won against spate of invectives , epithets of Andolanjeevi , Khalistanis , state’s assault and round the clock calumnious tirade launched by the ‘super nationalist ‘ TV anchors and the like minded key board warriors . Three contentious farm laws are on the way out . More than for their personal interests , the farmers have won it for the democracy and established parliamentary ethics . Farmers have done it again : triumphs are not unknown to them . In not so distant past , Kisans won many a battle for the good health and honor of India –that is Bharat . Their win a...

Old foes poised against each other again
Asad Mirza India and Pakistan are poised against each other, to play a more proactive and constructive role in Afghanistan’s redevelopment, trying to negate each other’s initiatives. The ascendancy of Taliban to power in Afghanistan almost two-and-a-half months ago, after the hasty and chaotic withdrawal of the US forces from the country had raised hopes that Afghanistan may see the dawn of a peaceful era and the Taliban 2.0 might be able to establish a stable and secure government in the country. Since August a lot of regional and multilateral meetings and conferences have been hosted to find a roadmap to lead Afghanistan to peace and stability, besides var...

The ‘Good’, the ‘Bad’ and the ‘Deobandi’ Taliban
Asad Mirza While an effort to classify the Taliban into good and bad is rather easy, the underlying reasons to classify them as Deobandi becomes a little tough and illogical. The seizure of Afghan capital, Kabul by the Taliban and their declaration to declare Afghanistan an Islamic Emirate has again raised the spectre of The Good, The Bad and The Deobandi Taliban. The Good and Bad Taliban I believe the distinction between the good and the bad Taliban, was first made by Shah Mahmood Qureshi during his first tenure as the Pakistani foreign minister from 208-2011. Interpreting his statement led to the fact that Pakistan believed that the Taliban aligned to Pa...

Why not Bawa Jitto name for Jammu’s Agricultural University?
K B Jandial There is nothing wrong in renaming the roads and institutions in India as it started immediately after Independence. In fact, the Govt undertook this exercise to identify public roads having names drawn from India’s colonial past and shed the symbols of foreign domination and rechristened these with Indian and local names. Delhi’s Kingsway Road was the first road to be rechristened. It was renamed as Rajpath. The next road was Queensway which was renamed as Janpath. It was Kingsway Road where the Republic Day parade was held and continues to be the prestigious venue of annual glittering march past and showcasing of India’s military power, progress in different fie...

He Came,He Saw And He ‘Fumed ‘-HM visits J&K
B L Saraf Was it one of the inscrutable ways Nature often plays that the moment Home Minister landed in Srinagar the dark and gloomy clouds descended in J &K , with an extreme impact in the Valley, which has been weeping and wailing , on account of the death and destruction brought about by the terrorists and for whose correction the HM had arrived ? Jammu region too didn’t escape the furry .The unprecedented weather conditions brought heap of miseries on the people . Surely , God had employed a metaphor to depict reality of the Kashmir situation , which would otherwise remain concealed by usual pleasantness of the Va...

Glasgow Climate Change Summi
The Glasgow Summit will prove whether the global leaders are ready to put the entire mankind to peril or whether sagaciously they’ll work out a roadmap to counter climate change effectively and wisely
Asad Mirza A UN-sponsored marathon conference to tackle the global climate crisis is due to being the British city of Glasgow, the coming Sunday (31 October) and will continue till 12 November.The world leaders will meet in the so-called last-ditch effort to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius this century, besides considering plans to how to stop burning fossil fuels, stabilise global temperatures and share money to adapt to increasingly extreme weather. The global leaders signed up the Paris Agreement in 2015 — with a supposedly non-binding target to keep warming well below 2 C above pre-industrial temperatures, and ideally 1.5 C — yet most of the participating countr...

Where They ‘ Dine ‘ Together -Seychelles and Panama
Pandora’s Box is open
B L Saraf According to the media , The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists ( ICIJ ) has unveiled financial documents called Pandora Papers , uncovering financial secrets held by high –profile individuals around the world . These Papers carry a list of these people who , allegedly , have accumulated wealth through tax evasions and then parked it in tax ‘ havens ‘ like Seychelles and Panama . This shows how the global elite continue to exploit loop holes in local tax laws and get away with it due to lack of jurisdiction in tax havens . Earlier , we had information of such details through what was then called as P...

 Jammu News
Kathua: Task Force Committee on DAY-NULM sanctions Rs 2.20 crore for 151 Self Employment Loan applicants
Kathua, November 29 (Scoop News)-Task Force Committee on Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana-National Urban Livelihood Mission (DAY-NULM) today sanctioned Rs. 2.20 crore for 151 self employment loan applicants here at its meeting chaired by District Development Commissioner, Kathua Rahul Yadav. This was the fourth meeting of the District Task Force Committee on DAY-NULM mandated to support urban poor by enabling them to access gainful self employment and skilled wage employment opportunities. The scheme is being implemented in the district through District Urban Development Agency, Kathua. The cases placed before the Committee were received from Municipal areas of Kathua, Basohli, Billawar, H...

Covid care: Enforcement teams recover Rs 23,400 fine from violators in Ramban
Ramban, November 29 (Scoop News)-Continuing the enforcement drive to implement Covid protocol across the district Ramban, the Enforcement teams today fined scores of violators for roaming without wearing face masks and not maintaining physical distance. The enforcement teams, during the inspection in their respective jurisdictions, recovered a fine of Rs 23,400 Taking the total amount fined since April 1, 2021 to Rs. 68,26,700. The Enforcement officers urged the people to wear face masks and maintain physical distance besides taking Covid vaccination doses at their nearest CVC. District Immunization Officer, Ramban, Dr, Suresh informed that as many as 826 persons were administered fir...

Poonch admin targets to develop 5 villages under Tourist Village Network Scheme
DLTF reviews implementation of Mission Youth initiatives, functioning of Tribal Affairs Department
Poonch,November 29 (Scoop News)-District Administration Poonch has identified 5 villages to develop under Tourist Village Network Scheme, besides many other avenues earmarked under Mission Youth to engage the rural youth in gainful activities. The information was given in a meeting of the District Level Task Force Committee for implementation of Mission Youth Initiatives held here today with Additional District Development Commissioner Abdul Sattar in the chair. The meeting reviewed implementation of various livelihood related initiatives of Mission Youth and also finalised road map for providing self employment to the unemployed youth in the district. Officer on Special Duty Missio...

DGP J&K sanctions scholarship for 49 wards of deceased Police personnel
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)- Continuing its endeavour to financially support the wards of martyred/deceased Police personnel in pursuing education, Director General of Police, J&K, Shri Dilbag Singh has sanctioned scholarship of rupees 2.45 lakh in favour of wards of deceased police personnel. The scholarship has been sanctioned in favour of 49 wards of deceased Police personnel who passed away while in service due to natural/accidental deaths. The scholarship of rupees 5000 each has been sanctioned in favour of nine wards studying in Primary classes, 10 wards studying in middle classes, 14 wards studying in higher secondary classes, 12 wards studying in senior Secondary class...

Navin Choudhary chairs SLEC Meeting of MIDH
Approves several projects linked to activities of establishment of CA store units, Food Processing Units of private entrepreneurs under MIDH
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)- Principal Secretary, Horticulture, Agriculture Production and Farmers' Welfare Department, Navin Kumar Choudhary today chaired the State Level Executive Committee (SLEC) meeting of Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture here. Navin Choudhary held detailed discussions over the action taken report on the decisions taken in the last SLEC meeting. At the outset of the meeting, Director General Horticulture Kashmir, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat gave a detailed presentation wherein the chair was informed about the working and achievements recorded under the Mission in the UT of J&K. The meeting was informed that the Government of India approved the action pl...

E-Shram Scheme guarantees free insurance cover, social security benefits: Priya Sethi
Distributes E-Shram Cards to unorganized workers in Jammu East Constituency
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Senior BJP leader, H Q incharge BJP J&K and former minister Priya Sethi on Monday distributed e-shram cards to unorganized workers in Purani Mandi area falling under Jammu East Constituency. Former Minister Priya Sethi Who is Special Invitee to NEC too was accompanied by Mandal President Parveen Kerni, Kartar Gupta, Savita Anand, Amit Gupta and others. After distributing the e-shram cards, Priya Sethi said that the scheme will prove bountiful to the crores of workers presently rendering service in unorganized sectors in the country. She asserted that the J&K UT will touch "new heights of achievement" with proper implementation of this scheme as this has...

Advisor Farooq Khan releases Ghazal collection
Jammu, November 28 (Scoop News)-Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Farooq Khan today released a collection of ghazals titled Dasht-e-Wahshat at KL Saigal Hall in Abhinav Theatre. The book by Zulfiqar Naqvi is a collection of 99 ghazals, poems, on various themes including human values, national integration, emotional catharsis and more. Speaking at the occasion, the Advisor expressed concern on declining interest among youngsters for entering into Urdu academics. He encouraged the Urdu academia and other lovers of the language to promote its use. He also lauded the efforts of people from J&K in keeping alive the legacy of the rich native language of India. The Advisor congratulated the au...

Poonch admin organises awareness camp cum registration for workers on E-sharm portal
Poonch, November 28 (Scoop News)- A Mega awareness cum registration camp for the registration of unorganized workers was today organised by the district administration Poonch here at block Sathra. The District Development Council Chairperson, Tazim Akhter, was the chief guest and Additional District Development Commissioner Poonch, Abdul Sattar was the guest of honor. The BDC chairperson block Sathra and other PRIs besides officers from line departments also joined the programme. The purpose of the program was to disseminate information among the workers regarding registration on e - Shram portal. While informing the participants, Assistant Labour Commissioner, Poonch, Abid Hussain ...

 
 Kashmir News
NIT Srinagar's Rajbhasha cell hosts first quarterly meeting
Prof. Sehgal appreciates work of the cell, says they are committed to implementing official language on campus
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)-The Rajbhasha Cell of National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Monday held its first quarterly meeting at the Committee room of Electrical Engineering Department to review the implementation of Hindi language on the campus. In his message, Director NIT Srinagar, Prof. (Dr.) Rakesh Sehgal said appreciated the work of the Rajbhasha cell and stated that all things are being streamlined for the implementation of the Hindi language on the campus. He said there is a need to promote and popularize the Hindi language among the people. The language has its own history and legacy, he said. "In future, we will try to get a good collection of books on ...

IRP 11th Bn organises Inter-Coy tournament at Anantnag
Anantnag, November 29 (Scoop News)- In continuation with its drive to achieve excellence in the field of sports and other co-curricular activities, IRP 11th Bn Anantnag today organised Inter Company Volleyball tournament, here. The Commandant of the Battalion, SSP Sandeep Mehta declared the event open in an impressive ceremony in the lawns of DPL Anantnag. Speaking on the occasion, Mehta stressed upon personnel to maintain their physical standards and participate in the tournament with full zeal. Stressing on the mantra that “Healthy mind stays in a Healthy body” he emphasised the role of health in the overall personality of a person particularly of a Jawan. In a week long tournament,...

Over 14000 farmers registered under KCC scheme in Srinagar
Awareness/ Enrolment camps held at Palpora, Khimber
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)-Continuing its efforts to register the left out Farmers of the district under Kissan Credit Card (KCC) scheme, the District Administration Srinagar in collaboration with Agriculture Department and other allied departments today organised a series of awareness camps at different areas of district including Palpora in Qamarwari Block and Khimber in Panchayat Block Harwan. The Awareness cum Enrolment Camps were organized on the directions of Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad to provide Kissan Credit Cards to all left out farmers to ensure all beneficiaries are covered under the scheme so that they are entitled to the benefits of the KCC. ...

DC Kulgam reviews status, progress of projects under District Capex Budget 2021-22
Kulgam, November 29 (Scoop News)- The District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kulgam, Dr.Bilal Mohi-Ud-Din Bhat today chaired a meeting to review the execution of the works under District Capex Budget 2021-22 and Back to Village-3, estimation of approved works and all other issues related to the execution/completion of the targeted projects in the district. During the review meeting, the DDC directed the executing agencies to complete all the projects within the stipulated time period and all the formalities like floating of tenders for the new works, allotment of works, submission of pending estimates be ensured in a time bound manner without further delay. He stressed upon the concern...

DHSK visits Srinagar International Airport, asks officials to follow fresh guidelines
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)-On the directions of Additional Chief Secretary J&K Health and Medical Education Department, Shri Vivek Bhardwaj, Director Health Services Kashmir, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather on Monday visited Srinagar International Airport in view of fresh guidelines for international arrivals. A spokesperson of the Directorate of Health Services said that Dr Mushtaq held a meeting with Director Srinagar International Airport Kuldeep Singh and with Covid in-charge health officials and appealed them to follow fresh guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. During the meeting, Dr Mushtaq told the health officials to implement...

DCJ holds 5-day workshop-cum-training prog for students at EMMRC
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)- To enhance the audio-visual skills of 3rd-semester students, the Department of Convergent Journalism (DCJ), Central University of Kashmir, (CUK) organised a 5-day workshop-cum-training programme from November 22 at Educational Multimedia Research Center (EMMRC), University of Kashmir. Speaking at the inauguration, Director (In-charge), EMMRC, Mr. Shafkat Habib stressed the need for such workshops for skill enhancement of the students pertaining to TV production. “With an aim to hone the skills of students, the workshop has been designed to acquaint them with the practical exposure required for television production and to provide a milieu for wor...

Govt. acts tough on reports of damages to trees in Kamraj Forest Division
Kupwara, November 29 (Scoop News)- Range officer Kupwara, Block Officer Manigah and two beat officials were on Monday placed under suspension for failing to act against forest damages in two compartments of Manigah block of Kamraj forest division. Viewing the negligence seriously, Range officer Kupwara Mohammad Yaseen Khan, Block Officer Manigah, Mohammad Shafi Mir and two other beat officials were suspended for failing to act against forest damages in compartments NH 80 and 82 of Manigah Block. Based on inputs and tip off received an enquiry was conducted into the matter. On the findings of enquiry, the Range Officer, Block Officer and two beat officials were suspended and departmen...

Div Com Kashmir inaugurates ‘Eat Right Mela’ at Hotel Centaur
Srinagar ,November 29 (Scoop News)-As part of ‘Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’, the Food Safety wing of Drugs and Food Control Organisation (D&FCO) in collaboration with Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FS&SAI) today organised ‘Eat Right Mela’ at Hotel Centaur on the banks of Dal Lake, here. The Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole inaugurated the Mela in presence of Commissioner Food and Drugs Administration, Shakeel-ul-Rehman; Head of Department Community Medicine, Dr. Saleem Khan; Dean Research IUST, Prof. Haroon Rashid Naik; District Programme Officer, Zeenat Ara; Chief Medical Officer Srinagar, Dr Jameel. People from all walks of life participated ...

 
 Other Stories
16970 Unemployed youth covered under EGP at Kupwara, 2509 units established
Kupwara, November 29 (Scoop News)-The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara today convened series of meetings to review the implementation of Employment Generation Schemes and Skill Development Programmes in Kupwara district. Threadbare discussion was held in the meetings and the DC received feedback from each department involving with Skill Development and Employment Generation. The DC stressed upon the officers to work out the action plan for employment generation of 2209 candidates in all 385 panchayats of the district as per the field of interest of the candidates. He directed all the concerned officers to launch a vigorous awareness campaign under one umbrella programme at block leve...

DC Samba chairs maiden District Level Task Force Committee meeting
Asks to encourage rural youth for self-employment ventures SAMBA,
Sambavember 29 (Scoop News)-A meeting of the District Level Task Force (DLTF) Committee constituted to steer and implement schemes of the Mission Youth initiative of the Government at district level was today held here under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner, Samba, Anuradha Gupta. During the meeting, Officer on Special Duty to Mission Youth, Gourav Gupta gave a detailed presentation about the objectives envisioned under Mission Youth and relevance with respect to socio-economic development of the district. He stated that Mission Youth is an Apex body of the government for youth engagement and outreach in J&K with its core agenda being positive engagement of youth for overall well b...

Omar depicting Kashmir youth in ‘bad light’ to satiate political motive: Kavinder
‘NC leader acting as mouthpiece of Pakistan’
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Senior BJP leader and former deputy chief minister Kavinder Gupta on Monday said that NC leader Omar Abdullah is depicting youths of Kashmir in bad light just to satiate his own political motives as his party has lost relevance after BJP government put an end to Article 370 and has started winning hearts of people by realizing colossal development in every nook and corner of the Union Territory. In a statement issued to media persons here, the BJP stalwart said that both Omar and NC Patron Farooq Abdullah have a habit to start taking the side of enemy nation Pakistan as they don’t possess anything to showcase as far as their achievements during their tenu...

Revisit your Party & family History, stop fulminating in exasperation: Raina tells Mehbooba
Jammu, November 29 (Scoop News)-Denouncing strongly grieving the Mehbooba Mufti for her inciting statements, former MLC GL Raina tells Mehbooba Mufti to revisit history of her party and what people claim about its creation. Is PDP also a “proxy-Party” Raina asked Mehbooba Mufti , if yes then why not to disband it, he added. Frustration of Mehbooba Mufti is understandable as people of Jammu Kashmir are aware of the family history of Mufti Clan and also understand outcome of parochial, communal and disruptive politics, EX-MLC stated. Reacting sharply to Mehbooba’s statement blaming BJP for ‘division in the Congress party’ GL Raina asked why did Mufti Clan leave Congress and on whose behes...

The Indian Gaming Market is Maturing Rapidly
Engagement and spending by the desi online gamer are increasing, while focus remains on ‘India-first content’. In-app purchases are growing at a fast pace, but are not likely to overthrow the significance of real money games for operator revenues. New Paying Gamers have Increased in Excess of 50 Per Cent The growth of new paying users (NPUs) in India has risen more than 50 per cent, and paid gamers are expected to reach 235 million by 2025, according to a recent report by homegrown global advisory company RedSeer Consulting and Indian VC fund focusing on gaming and interactive med...

Police arrests 04 persons for illegal extraction & transportation of minerals in Budgam
Srinagar ,November 28 (Scoop News)-Police in Budgam have arrested 04 persons and seized 04 vehicles involved in illegal extraction and transportation of minerals in Budgam. Officers from PS Chadoora have arrested 04 persons involved in illegal extraction and transportation of clay from government land at Kuzwera Gowherpora Budgam. They have also seized 04 vehicles including 03 tippers and a JCB from the spot. The arrested persons have been identified as Mohammad Isaaq Bhat son of Ghulam Mohd Bhat resident of Kuzwera, Mohammad Shafi Rather son of Ghulam Mohd Rather resident of Doonewari and Mehraaj Din Dar son of Abdul Gaffar Dar and Ishfaaq Ahmad Gourah son of Mohammad Shabaan both...

Police arrests 02 drug peddlers in Anantnag; Contraband substances recovered
Srinagar ,November 28 (Scoop News)-Continuing its efforts to eradicate the menace of drugs from the society, Police have arrested two drug peddlers in Anantnag and recovered contraband substances from their possession. Police Station Bijbehara received an information through reliable sources regarding drug dealings in premises of Sangam Roadway Transport Company located at Sangam. Accordingly a police party from Police Station Bijbehara led by SHO Bijbehara under the supervision of SDPO Bijbehara alongwith Executive Magistrate raided the specific location. During search, 70Kgs of Poppy Straw was recovered from the said spot. One accused person namely Bashir Ahmed Reshi Son of Mohd Sul...

IGP Kashmir promotes 319 officials to their next ranks
orders In-Situ promotion in respect of 10 Police personnel
Srinagar ,November 28 (Scoop News)-A departmental Promotion Committee met at ZPHQ (K) under the Chairmanship of IGP Kashmir Shri Vijay Kumar-IPS for assessing the suitability of Constables, SgCts and HCs of UT Ladakh to their next ranks. Based on the recommendations of departmental promotion committee IGP Kashmir has promoted 319 officials which include 57 Constables to the rank of SgCts, 93 SgCts to the rank of Head Constables and 166 HCs to the rank of ASI of UT Ladakh. Besides, IGP Kashmir also issued promotion order in respect of 03 officials of Kashmir Zone in special DPC and accorded in-situ grade promotion to 10 officials of skilled/semi skilled workers of the department. IGP Ka...

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