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Everybody knows who is behind braid chopping incidents: NC
Terms Yasir Reshi’s statement as his frustration
JAMMU, Oct 20: A day after PDP MLC Yasir Reshi held National Conference (NC) responsible for the braid chopping incidents in Kashmir, the NC legislator from Habba Kadal constituency, Shameema Firdous on Friday said that the PDP leader was mentally ill and he needed treatment. “I believe the statement made by the PPD leader is his frustration. He needs treatment at the earliest,” Firdous told. She said everybody knows who is behind these mysterious braid chopping incidents. “I don’t even know him (Yasir Reshi). But the statement he has made is because we protested against their (Govt) failure,” she said. She said that instead of blaming NC and others for the braid chopping incidents, the PDP leader should point out his finger on the government as they have utterly failed to nab the culp...
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‘Officials forge BDO’s signature, swindle Rs 21 lakh MGNREGA funds’
Case filed, Rs 80,100 recovered, investigation on: BDO Pahloo
SRINAGAR, Oct 20: Three officials of Block Pahloo in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district have allegedly embezzled the money amounting to Rs 21 lakhs by using the forged signatures of the previous Block Development Officer (BDO), officials said. The officials, Zahoor Andrabi said that three officials identified as Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Senior Assistant, Manzoor Khanday Works Helper and Shabir Ahmad Kohli Gram Rozgar Sevak (GRS) have embezzled the money amounting to Rs 21 lakhs by using the forged signature of the erstwhile BDO, Muhammad Sharjeel. “The erring officials have made 33 advises under MGNREGA scheme but no work was done on the ground. The officials while discharging the amount of 33 fake advises from the bank have used forged signatures of the erstwhile BDO,” they said, adding that th...
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PDP-BJP govt launches political vendetta policies: Majid Wani
’Withdraws security from my Jammu residence’
JAMMU, Oct 20: Senior Congress leader and former R&B Minister Abdul Majid Wani Friday castigated the state government for withdrawing security from his residence in Jammu. In a statement, Wani said he played an important role in supporting the nationalist forces in whole erstwhile Doda district during the days when militancy was at its peak in the Chenab Valley region. “I not only supported the nationalist forces but also succeeded in maintaining peace and harmony among Hindus and Muslims, especially during the 2008 Amarnath row. The whole of J&K was burning, but Doda maintained peace and communal harmony with the efforts and personal influence of Abdul Majid Wani and his father Late Khawaja Ghulam Ahmad Wani, who himself was seriously injured in a militants’ attack, during the peak mil...
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2 books from J&K selected for international book fair
JAMMU, Oct 18: “Elements of Noting and Drafting” by Nasreen Malik and the “Tales of the Valley” by Vijay Shabnam were the two books from J&K which were selected for Indonesia International Book Fair 2017 held from September 6 to 10. Both the books were publications of Jay Kay Law Reporters owned by Rajiv Gupta, who is also from J&K....
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‘Security Refund Scam’ in BGSBU
RAJOURI, Oct 16: Close on the heels of exposure of "Scholarship Scam", inquiry of which is still going, another scam i.e. "Security Refund Scam" surfaced in Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU). After some complaints by pass out students of the university, that they get Rs 4500 back in their accounts which they submitted at the time of admission, KTNS researched and worked on the matter. A cheque of J&K Bank was found, having cheque number 36326 dated January 28, 2014 and Account number CD02 amounting to Rs 3,46,377. In lieu of that some amount has also been deposited in the accounts bearing numbers 2924, 2060, 2235, 2708, 3594, 3864, 3899, 3878, 4491, 4195 as security refund and many others which are yet to be discovered. On inquiring, none of the accounts were found to be of the...
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Ambulance driver demanded Rs 2,700 from mother of girl injured in Pak bombing
RAJOURI, Oct 15: A mother of three children, injured in Pakistani bombing in Jammu and Kashmir, was allegedly charged Rs 2,700 by an ambulance driver for ferrying her critical daughter from Rajouri to Jammu, a distance of about 150 km, on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday. A sobbing Rahila Kousar, wife of policeman Mohammed Naseeb Khan, told Media Sources that the driver was also careless and stopped the ambulance in between for tea and cigarettes between 11.30 pm on Saturday and 3.30 am on Sunday. Rajouri district hospital superintendent, Dr Mehmood Hussain Bajjar, however, clarified that the amount of Rs 2,700 was fixed by the state health transport authority towards fuel charges for shifting patients between Rajouri and Jammu, and added that it would be reimbursed by the h...
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Four fresh cases of dengue reported
JAMMU, Oct 15: Four fresh cases of dengue were reported today in Jammu region, taking the number of people affected with this vector-borne disease so far this season to 320. According to official sources, as on today a total of 1732 patients have been tested for dengue out of which 320 cases have been found positive and reports of 1115 have been found negative while result of 297 samples are still awaited. “No death has been reported due to dengue so far”, they added. Elaborating more, sources said that out of 320 dengue cases, maximum 276 have been reported in Jammu district followed 12 in Kathua, 11 in Samba, six each in Udhampur Doda and Rajouri districts and one each in Poonch and Kishtwar districts. They further revealed that out of these 320 dengue patients, 216 were adults (136 ...
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Public outreach programme
CM convenes public grievance redress camp at Ramban
RAMBAN, Oct 14: Continuing her `public outreach programme’, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today visited Ramban to convene public grievances redress camp in which scores of deputations and hundreds of people from the hilly and cut off areas of the district apprised her of their problems. The deputations came from the most hilly and far flung areas and raised issues like supply of drinking water, road connectivity, tourism development, upgradation of health and educational facilities and other related demands. They demanded that local youth be engaged by the companies working on mega projects in the district and taking of initiatives under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by these companies in their catchment areas. Legislators, Neelam Kumar Langeh; Vikar Rasool Wani and Shyam Lal B...
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