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Ministers on ‘fining spree’
Zulfikar fines flour mills Rs 1.50 lakh; Lal Singh fines Med Supdt, Dentist
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JAMMU, May 26: The Minister for Health and Medical Education Chowdhary Lal Singh continued with his spree to fine medicos and paramedics during his surprise visits to different hospitals as last evening he targeted Medical Superintendent District Hospital Reasi by imposing Rs 6000 fine for dereliction of duty. In the meanwhile, the Minister for CAPD Chowdhary Zulfikar too taking a cue from his cabinet colleague today imposed Rs 1.50 lakhs fine on two flour mills for violation of various PDS norms. He fined these mills during raids in various flour mills including New Jammu Flour Mill and New Nav Flour Mill while acting on complaints regarding substandard quality of flour and violation of various PDS norms. The Minister for CAPD took strong notice of Punjab-made flour packing bags bein...
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Grenade recovered in Thannamandi
TAZEEM MALIK
RAJOURI, May 26: Police claimed to have recovered a grenade from Chapta Post in Thannamandi area of Rajouri district, today. Official report said that a hand grenade was found near Chapta Post of 38 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) near Thannamandi. Sarpanch of Mangota Mohammad Hussain informed Sub Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) Thannamandi that he saw a suspicious object lying on the way when he was going to his home. SDPO Thannamandi Iftkar Talib reached the spot within no time and found a grenade lying there. SDPO along with his team diffused the grenade after shifting it to safe area and saved many lives. Police is investigating from where the grenade reached there....
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JKBOSE declares 10th class results
Jammu girls outshine boys
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JAMMU, May 25: Girls have outshone the boys in the class 10th results of Jammu division declared on Monday. The Jammu and Kashmir state board of school education, Jammu, declared the results of the secondary school examination for annual session of 2015. The examination for class 10th was held in the month of March this year. A total of 51,442 students have been declared passed taking the pass percentage to 62.27. The first position has been secured by Pratiksha of BVM high School Ramnbagar by securing 98.40 per cent marks, whereas the second position has been jointly secured by Kiranpreet Kour of Caramel Convent High School Kunjwani, Nitin Pandita of SL MEM Model HS School Anand Nagar and Avantika Jamwal of Little flower convent high school Udhampur. The third position has been secur...
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Seeking Indian passport a compulsion: Hurriyat-G
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SRINAGAR, May 21: Huriyat Conference (G) on Thursday said that applying for the Indian passport in Kashmir is a ‘compulsion’. “It is a simple issue that is trying to be made complicated. Indeed it is a compulsion for us to apply for an Indian passport from Kashmir. We have to use even Indian currency here. The debate being generated over the issuance of passport to Syed Ali Geelani is unfortunate and condemnable,” Huriyat (G) spokesperson Ayaz Akbar told a Srinagar based local news agency KNS. He added that the amalgam would not beg for the passport as it is the right of every person to travel. “If the passport is denied to Syed Ali Geelani – it is indeed worst Human Rights violation exhibited by the Indian state in Kashmir. How could issuance of the travel documents to any person wishi...
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Repairs carried out on highway
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JAMMU, May 21: The 300-km long Jammu-Srinagar national highway, connecting Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country, was today closed for vehicular traffic to carry out repair of the damaged stretches. As per the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Traffic, J P Singh, the traffic on the highway from both the sides was suspended today to carry out repair work of the damages at Magarkote and Peerah in Ramban district. No movement of any type of vehicle was allowed from either side of the highway, he said. Men and machinery of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and other agencies were deployed to carry out the much needed repair of the highway, he said. The closure of traffic movement had become inevitable to enable the maintenance agencies to take up maintenance and widening of the road a...
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UKG student brutally beaten by a private school teacher
TAZEEM MALIK
RAJOURI, May 21: A UKG Class student of a Private School sustained injuries after being allegedly beaten up by a school teacher in Rajouri, today. It was learnt that teacher of Panorama Higher Secondary Public School Rajouri brutally beat up a UKG Class student Ali Khan son of Shahbaz Khan of Rajouri for coming late in the class. The teacher violated Supreme Court ruling and also kept the humanity aside. The teacher allegedly beat up the innocent child with a stick on his body parts. When the other children saw the injury marks, there was hue and cry in the school. Later on the parent of the child came to school and asked the reason for beating the child. They demanded stern action against such type of cruel teacher who maligned the image of noble job of society. The rest of the childre...
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J&K board 12th class result: Jammu girls outshine boys
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JAMMU, MAY 20: The girls have outshone boys by bagging 62 top slots out of 86 positions in class 12th results of Jammu division declared today. Jammu and Kashmir Board of Education (JKBOSE) had declared the results of Class 12 board exams 2015 of Jammu division in which 49 per cent (40,580) students have passed out of 82,796 students. Girls took 62 positions while boys bagged only 24 positions out of the total 86 positions. In Science stream, of of total 46 positions, girls bagged 25 positions and boys 21 with Akhilesh Pakhetra of Udhampur district and Vidushi Gupta of Jammu jointly bagging first position. In Commerce, Arts and Home Science streams, girls made a clean sweep in bagging top slots. Fifteen girls bagged top positions leaving only two slots to boys out of total 17 positio...
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