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Basharat Bukhari takes stock of ongoing work on Jablipora fruit mandi
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ANANTNAG, Feb 18: Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Bukhari today visited Jablipora fruit mandi in Bijbehara to take stock of ongoing works there. He stressed on early completion of the fruit mandi. The Minister while highlighting the importance of the fruit mandi impressed upon concerned officers to complete the work by the end of next fiscal. He instructed the concerned department to adopt uniform designs and colour code for constructing the shops and business establishments at the mandi. District Development Commissioner Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik apprised the Minister regarding the pace and progress of work on the fruit mandi. He was informed that the fruit mandi being constructed under NABARD and MPDP, is spread over 425 kanals with an estimated cost of Rs5 crore. The ...
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Asiea directs DHSK to operationalize 18 new health centres
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SRINAGAR, Feb 18: Minister of State for Health & Medical Education, Asiea Naqaash today directed Directorate of Health Services Kashmir to work out modalities for operationalizing newly-built 18 health centres so that people of far-flung areas avail better medicare facilities. The Minister was speaking at a meeting she convened to take stock of functioning of DHSK. Director DHSK Dr Saleem-ur-Rehman, Chief Medical Officers, BMOs, Medical Superintendents, officers of NHM and other concerned officers were present at the meeting. The meeting was informed that the newly-built health centers including PHCs Ladoo, Konibal, Charsoo, Gulzarpora, Panzgam, ANG in Pulwama, PHCs Harmain, Rampora, Tikroo, CHC Zainpora, ANM in Shopian, NTPHC Srandoo, Kulgam, PHC Lalpora Budgam, PHC Tirgam, Bandipora, ...
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14 Kindergarten centres to be set up in JK soon: Farooq Shah
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SRINAGAR, Feb 18: Secretary School Education, Farooq Ahmad Shah along with Director School Education Kashmir, Dr GN Itoo today toured many schools in the district Srinagar and took a comprehensive stock of development works going on in these institutions and arrangements being made for the upgradation of SIE Kashmir and all the DIETs. He directed the concerned officials to expedite the works so that they are completed within the stipulated deadline as set by Minister for Education. Secretary Education visited DIET Srinagar and SIE Kashmir at Bemina and took stock of the construction works going on there. He asked Director School Education Kashmir to develop a Unique Divisional Level model herbal garden in SIE Kashmir to add to the beauty of the Institute. He directed the officials from...
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Awareness camp on AYUSH held at SDH Langate
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KUPWARA, Feb 18: The Department of Indian System of Medicines (AYUSH) today organized a day-long awareness camp at Sub District Hospital Langate. The camp was presided over by District Nodal Officer National Ayush Mission Kupwara Dr Shabir Ahmad was attended by Block Medical Officer Langate, District Coordinator IEC, Ayush Medical Officers, Aganwari Supervisors, Asha workers and FMPHW. The seminar was aimed at providing general awareness about National AYUSH Mission to the participants. Speaking on the occasion, the District Nodal Officer National Ayush Mission said that a number of dispensaries are going to be functional under AYUSH Mission in the district. He said that the doctors and the paramedical staff of the AYUSH should aware people about various programmes under which Indian ...
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CM hands over motorized bicycles among specially abled youth
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SRINAGAR, Feb 18: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti handed over keys of motorized bicycles among eight specially abled youth here today. These youth had met the Chief Minister during her public interactions and she had promised them to hand over these bicycles to make them socially independent. This is part of the Chief Minister’s initiative for social inclusion of all the disadvantaged sections of the society so that they don’t have to be dependent on others. Director, State Motor Garages, Zakir Choudhary was present on the occasion....
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Mehbooba lays foundation of Brazloo bridge, ITI at Kund, GB hostel
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KUND(DEVSAR), Feb 18: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, who was on a day’s visit to the area, laid the foundation of some key developmental projects here today. The Chief Minister laid the foundation of famous Brazloo bridge which would come up at a cost of Rs. 28.64 crore and is expected to be completed within three years. The 378 metre bridge would be having nine spans and a width of 16 metres. Mehbooba Mufti also threw open 80 metre span bridge at Wanpora Shamsipora which has come up at a cost of Rs. 6.83 crore. With this, the ambitious project of widening of National Highway-444(Srinagar-Shopian-Qazigund road) has kicked off which is expected to cost Rs. 1800 crore. Mehbooba Mufti also laid the foundation of Model village under Tribal Sub Plan at Nagress village which would benef...
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Why no native officers at the helm in Kashmir police ? : KEA
Appeals CM to look into the matter
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15: The Kashmir Economic Alliance (KEA) Chairperson, Mr Haji Muhammad Yasin Khan has expressed serious concern over the “absolute handover of policing in Kashmir to non-local officers.” In a statement, Khan who also heads the Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation (KTMF)said after the recent reshuffle as made by Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, there’s an apparent imbalance in the manner the transfers have been made. “From the DIGs heading various zones of Kashmir to seniors, none of the officers is a native or from the majority community, which is a matter of concern in the minds of the people of Kashmir,” Khan said. He said though the Kashmir Inc doest believe in any racial discrimination but that posting of native officers gives more of sense of more security among...
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HC dismiss petition challenging PSA
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15(JNF): In the rarest of rare case where the petition seeking quashment of PSA dismissed, here the petition filed Mushtaq Ahmad Regoo challenging the District Magistrate, Pulwama, on the basis of dossier placed before him by Superintendent of Police, Awantipora, vide letter no.Pros/ PSA/2016-1861-64 dated 5th September 2016, recorded his subjective satisfaction that there are sufficient grounds to detain Mushtaq Ahmad Regoo son of Ghulam Mohammad Regoo resident of Khrew Tehsil Pampore District Pulwama, (for brevity "petitioner"), aiming at to prevent him from acting in any manner that is prejudicial to the maintenance of public order and therefore, vide his Order no.61/DMP/PSA/16 dated 7th September 2016, ordered petitioner's detention and lodgement in District Jail, Kathua...
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HC dismiss petition challenging PSA
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15(JNF): In the rarest of rare case where the petition seeking quashment of PSA dismissed, here the petition filed Mushtaq Ahmad Regoo challenging the District Magistrate, Pulwama, on the basis of dossier placed before him by Superintendent of Police, Awantipora, vide letter no.Pros/ PSA/2016-1861-64 dated 5th September 2016, recorded his subjective satisfaction that there are sufficient grounds to detain Mushtaq Ahmad Regoo son of Ghulam Mohammad Regoo resident of Khrew Tehsil Pampore District Pulwama, (for brevity "petitioner"), aiming at to prevent him from acting in any manner that is prejudicial to the maintenance of public order and therefore, vide his Order no.61/DMP/PSA/16 dated 7th September 2016, ordered petitioner's detention and lodgement in District Jail, Kathua...
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HC quashes premature retirement of then Project Officer DRDA/IWMP, Badipora
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15 (JNF): State got another shock in premature case, Justice Sanjeev Kumar today quashed the premature retirement of KAS Abdul Hamid Wani then posted as Project Officer DRDA/IWMP, Badipora. Justice Sanjeev Kumar after hearing both the sides observed that 10. As a matter of fact, APRs/ACRs of the petitioner were not considered by the Committee on the plea that these were not available. This itself speaks non-application of mind by the Establishment Committee to arrive at a conclusion without looking into the relevant record. The petitioner has placed on record copies of the APRs and the same have not been denied by the respondent in their reply affidavit. There is, however, a two-line statement in the minutes of the meeting of the Committee, upon which much stress was ...
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Dog sterilization program to resume in Srinagar City: SMC Commissioner
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15: Commissioner of Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC), Riyaz Ahmad Wani along with the senior officers of the corporations Thursday reviewed the progress of various functions in his officer chambers here at Central Office Karan Nagar. Besides taking certain decisions and passing on various directions on beautification of city, clearance of footpaths, intensifying anti-encroachments drives in the city; the major thrust was tackling of dog menace in the City. Various directions with regard to tackling of dog menace were passed on during the course of meeting. Wani directed that the open garbage points that still exist in the city at certain places need to be closed at an earliest. He has also called for the list of mutton and chicken sellers in the valley so that certain...
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SKIMS throws open Sarai for patients hailing from far-off areas
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SRINAGAR, Feb 15: In a bid to improve the facilities for the patients suffering from serious ailments, the Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) on Thursday opened a Sarai, having a capacity of 30 rooms, apart from other facilities. The new Sarai will provide relief to the patients from far-flung and difficult areas, who face a lot of inconvenience due to non-availability of accommodation. The patients will be charged Rs 100 per day and can avail accommodation for a maximum of 15 days. SKIMS Director Dr Omar Javed Shah directed all concerned to ensure proper utilisation of space and maintain proper hygiene and cleanliness to make poor patients comfortable. Meanwhile, the move has been hailed by one and all including the medicos working in SKIMS and by the attendants who...
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Anganwadi workers protest against promotion of ‘fake degree holders’
Dir says can’t brief media about the issue
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BANDIPORA, Feb 15: Dozens of Anganwadi workers on Thursday staged protest in the premises of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Office Bandipora against ‘changing of Circular of seniority list and promoting the fake degree holders’. The workers chanted slogans against the department and demanded immediate action against what they termed as ‘fraudulence’ in the department. The protesters alleged that the three names in the seniority list prepared by the officials are of those candidates who have fake certificates but the officials didn’t bother to look into it. “Some workers have been kept in the tentative seniority list without checking their documents,” they alleged. Workers during the protest informed that all the three candidates were never enlisted in graduate list of Anganwadi workers at b...
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