Morning Headlines

4April 2017

CRPF man killed as militants ambush convoy in Srinagar
Police foils ‘possible hijacking bid’ at Srinagar Airport
Defacing Heritage: Rajbagh bridge will take sheen off Emporium Garden
Front Editorial: Stop building these bridges
LS POLL BATTLE: Farooq seeks support of Jamaat-e-Islami to ‘fight RSS’
Youth who pelt stones in distress, says Mehbooba
We’re with people of ‘splendid’ JK: PM
Yasir, Mahmood among 4 elected to LC
KU among top 100 universities in all-India ranking
NHIDCL chief calls on Naeem Akhtar
People must unite against divisive forces: Azad 
PANTHA CHOWK ATTACK: Hit by bullet in leg, Zainab, a class 3 student, recuperates at B&J hospital
By-polls a fight for JK’s political survival: Omar Abdullah
NC, PDP adding to New Delhi’s unrealistic attitude on Kashmir: MLA Langate
Geelani gave positive advise: Soz
BOSE declares 10 class results, 49.88 % qualify
805th Urs of Khwaja Garib Nawaz (RA)
CM for coordinated, scientific methods to address traffic congestion
High Court quashes PSA detentions of 16
Future of meat export hinges on Yogi’s policies, says Crisil
SHUHUL Hyundai launches free car care clinic
Amarnath Yatra helicopter services finalized
Tourism deptt to launch mega events to woo tourists
LAHDC approves `129.48 cr annual plan for Leh
Ahead of bypolls, forces take over 2 Srinagar schools
Unsafe Bagh-e-Mehtab-Rawalpora bridge poses risk to commuters
Water shortage hits Rangreth areas
Dr Andrew Whitehead delivers lecture at CUK
JU ranked 63rd among top 100 Indian universities, 1st in JK
Governor inaugurates 1st State Universities Sports Championship
‘PM disappointed Jammu people with Kashmir centric speech’
Selected AEs to deposit documents with concerned CEs: PWD
Dr Javaid Rahi posted as Chief Editor in JKAACL Central Office
Unnecessary C-sections reach epidemic proportions in Kashmir: DAK
IUST ambulance ‘misused’ by officials, students suffer
Criminal escapes from police custody; 2 cops suspended
Inaugurated in 2014, elevators in DH Rajouri yet not functional

Morning Headlines

30 March 2017

●Kashmir shuts against civilian killings

Thousands attend last rites of Hizb militant
●Mainstream parties facilitating, strengthening occupation: Geelani
●Chadoora killings

Omar takes jibe at CM
●GoI yet to respond to our report: Sinha
●Mehbooba responsible for present Kashmir imbroglio: Aiyer
●Militants ransack police officers house in Kulgam
●Don’t know how long we have to fill our graveyards: Mirwaiz
●Malik sent to Central Jail on 14-day remand
●Anti-militancy operations alienate people in Kashmir: Jha
●OIC to renew request for Kashmir visit 
●‘104 local youths joined militancy in Valley since 2016 uprising’
●Lok Sabha By-Polls 

Dr Farooq desperate to win his ‘last election’ from Srinagar   
●Chadoora killings extremely sad, inhuman: Shah
●Mere statements won’t stop cycle of death: Hakim Yasin
●Govt, security forces should come out with an alternative strategy: G H Mir
●Killing can’t break our resolve: Aga Hassan
●Non-local women snatch baby girl from mother’s lap in north Kashmir
●Despite Minister’s announcement

Over 200 Edu Deptt employees deployed for poll duties
●15 days on, Kupwara village reels under darkness
●MGNREGA employees call off hunger strike
●Muslims a marginalized community in India: Tarigami
●Hurriyat (G) demands release of political prisoners
●Govt has learnt no lesson from 2016 unrest: NC
●PDP’s ‘betrayal’ reason for unrest in Valley: Cong
●School timing changed
●8 candidates file nominations for LC polls
●Militants attack police party in south Kashmir
●Location of 5 polling stations changed in Anantnag
●DEO Budgam asked to deploy SST at Srinagar Airport
●Gurezi discusses construction of Tunnel on B’pora- Gurez Road
●Police foil AIP march to CM residence, arrest Er Rashid
●DDC reviews arrangements for IPPI phase-II
●Government committed to return of KPs: Haq
●Guv inaugurates Pashmina Art Exhibition
●SHRC for making public offices accessible to differently-abled persons
●Banks asked to report above Rs 10 lakh cash transactions
●School for deaf and dumb to be developed on modern lines: Div Com
●Chenani-Nashri Tunnel inauguration: Div Com reviews arrangements 
●10-day workshop on Shina language concludes at KU.

62 doctors transferred

JAMMU, March 15 2017

Health and Medical Education Department (H&MED) today ordered transfer and postings of 62 doctors with immediate effect.
According to the order issued by MK Bhandari, Commissioner/ Secretary Health, Dr Anu Mahajan, awaiting orders of adjustment in DHS Jammu has been transferred and posted as Medical Officer (MO), District Hospital (DH) Kathua, Dr Pushpa Raina posted at DH Rajouri and deployed by DHS Jammu in DH Kathua will continue as she is retiring this month, Dr Romesh Chander Sharma, MO, SDH Akhnoor has been transferred and posted as MO, PHC Basantgarh, Udhampur, Dr Khalida Parveen, MO, under orders of transfer to DH Udhampur has been posted as MO AD Chowadhi and Dr Vineeta Kotwal, MO Vijaypur, Samba has been transferred and posted as MO UHC Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
Dr Harish Kumar, MO, under order of transfer to SDH Bhaderwah has been transferred and posted as MO PHC Kot Bhalwal, Dr Rajeshwar Sharma, MO, under orders of transfer to BMO Akhnoor will continue as MO at GMC Jammu, Dr Ravinder Kour has been transferred from Government Hospital Gandhi Nagar and posted at CHC Sunderbani, Dr Abdul Hamid Bohra has been transferred from DHO Ramban and posted as Incharge BMO Ukhral and Dr Yaqoob Mir has been transferred from DHO Kishtwar and posted at DHO Ramban.

Dr Yashpal Karsayal, Assistant Director AIDS has been transferred and posted as Deputy CMO Rajouri, Dr Sanjay Sharma, DHO Samba has been transferred and posted as DIO Samba, Dr Sumir Koul, DIO Samba has been transferred and posted as MO PHC Ghou Manhasan, Dr Rachna Wattal, MO, under orders of transfer to PHC Mansar has been posted as MO Government Hospital Gandhi Nagar and Dr Sameena Akhter, MO, awaiting orders of adjustment in DHS Jammu has been posted as MO CHC Khour.
Dr Fehmeeda Banday, MO DTC Poonch has been transferred and posted at DTO Poonch, Dr Shahid Anjum Awam, MO, under orders of transfer to DH Reasi has been posted as MO DH Rajouri, Dr DK Raina has been transferred from DH Samba and posted at Government Hospital Sarwal, Dr Deepika Dewan, MO, Demonstrator, SPM Department, GMC Jammu has been transferred and will be on inter-cadre deputation (MO) to GMC Jammu and Dr Sunita Kesar has been transferred from CHC Bishnah and posted at Government Hospital Sarwal.
Dr Sunil Kumar Sharma has been transferred from Government Hospital Sarwal and posted at CHC Bishnah, Dr Mohinder Kumar, Incharge BMO Majalta has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Sohanjana, Dr Manohar Lal, Incharge BMO Sohanjana has been transferred and posted as MO Chowki Choura, Dr Rajesh Kumar, Incharge BMO Ramnagar has been transferred and posted as MO, SDH Kishtwar and Dr Sujata Sharma has been transferred from DTO Samba and posted at STO Jammu.
Dr Saif-ud-Din, Medical Superintendent, DH Ramban has been transferred and posted as Incharge CMO Ramban, Dr KC Dogra, Deputy CMO Reasi has been transferred and posted as Incharge CMO Udhampur, Dr Vijay Kumar Basnotra, BMO Tikri has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Panchari, Dr Chander Parkash, CMO Udhampur has been transferred and posted as Medical Superintendent Ramban and Dr Uttam Singh Sambyal, attached in DHS Jammu has been posted as Incharge BMO Akhnoor.

Dr Jeeto Devi, MO PHC Arnia has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Tikri, Dr Zakir Hussain Shah, MO SDH Ramnagar has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Ramnagar vice Dr Rajesh Gupta, Medical Officer (ENT) who will work as MO in SDH Ramnagar, Dr Rajeev Kumar Sharma, MO PHC Jourian has been transferred and posted as Incharge Deputy Superintendent, Rajiv Gandhi Hospital Jammu, Dr Poonam Mahajan, under orders to transfer to Government Hospital Sarwal as Deputy Superintendent has been posted as Medical Superintendent, Rajiv Gandhi Hospital Jammu and Dr Raghubir Singh, BMO Basantgarh has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Sunderbani.

Dr Govind Sharma, BMO Sunderbani has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Nowshera, Dr Abdul Hamid Bohra, DHO Ramban has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Ukhral, Dr Neeta Singh, Medical Superintendent, Rajiv Gandhi Hospital Jammu has been transferred and posted as Incharge ANM School Akhnoor, Dr Vishal Ji Singh has been transferred from PHC Rajgarh District Ramban and posted at NTPHC Miran Sahib vice Dr Navneet Gupta, who is posted in PHC Satrayan, RS Pura and Dr Ashfuta Rasool, MO SDH Bhaderwah has been transferred and posted as MO, ICDS Marh.

Dr Rajive Gupta, under orders of transfer to SDH Khour will continue in the Department of Surgery, GMC Jammu as MO, Dr Sujay Mahajan has been transferred from CHC RS Pura and posted as RMO, Incharge Emergency, GMC Jammu, Dr Mumtaz Bhatti, Medical Superintendent, DH Poonch has been transferred and posted as Incharge CMP Poonch vice Dr Niaz Ahmad, who has been posted as Medical Superintendent, DH Poonch, Dr Suresh Kumar, under orders of transfer to CHC Bani has been retained in MGH Kathua and Dr Rakesh Kumar Sharma, MO, J&K Medical Supplies Corporation Limited has been transferred and posted as MO DH Rajouri.

Dr Manoj Kumar Pandit, MO, awaiting orders of adjustment in DHS Jammu has been posted as MO, J&K Medical Supplies Corporation Limited on standard terms and conditions of deputation, Dr Bhushan Singh, attached in DHS Jammu has been posted at PHC Bhour Camp, Dr Harbaksh Singh, BMO Ramgarh has been transferred and posted at DHO Samba, Dr Balkari Singh Choudhary, MO PHC Arnia has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Bishnah and Dr Des Raj Dogra, BMO Bishnah has been transferred and posted as Incharge BMO Ramgarh.

Dr Rakesh Dhar, has been transferred from CD Hospital Jammu and posted at DH Samba, Dr Memoona Begum, MO, under orders of transfer to DH Reasi has been transferred and posted as MO GMC Jammu, Dr Sunil Raina, under orders of transfer to SDH Basohli has been transferred and posted at SDH Sunderbani, Dr Tsering Zangmo, MO PHC Nyoma will report to DHS Jammu for further adjustment in District Jammu and Dr Sandeep Gupta has been transferred from CHC Marh and posted at Government Hospital Sarwal.

Dr Satish Kumar, under order of transfer to Doda has been transferred and posted as MO CHC Khour, Dr Vibhuti Gupta, MO CHC RS Pura has been transferred and posted as MO, Police Hospital Vijaypur vice Vivek Gupta, MO, who has been posted at CHC RS Pura, Dr Anies Altaf Nabi, Deputy CMO Rajouri has been transferred and posted at DIO Rajouri, Dr Sat Pal Pangotra, Incharge BMO Pancheri has been transferred and posted as MO CHC Chenani, Dr Nirupama Gupta, under orders of transfer to PHC Jourian has been transferred and posted at Government Hospital Sarwal, Dr Ravi Parihar has been transferred from Government Hospital Sarwal and posted at SMGS Hospital Jammu on inter-cadre deputation and Dr Aditya Chopra has been transferred from PHC Ghordi and posted at School Health, CMO Officer Udhampur.

Morning Headlines

14 March 2017

👉     Authorities foil sit-in of resistance leaders. 
‘Mirwaiz put under house detention, Malik shifted to Central jail’. 
👉        Highway Mess:

Stranded passengers await Govt help

‘Women Children spend night on the road’. 
👉         6 days on; Sgr-Jmu highway continue to remain closed
Men, machinery pressed, will clear roads soon: IGP Traffic. 
👉      Geelani condemns detention of resistance leaders
Says it is extremely unwise to deny political space, muzzle genuine voices. 
👉      Police foil casual labours protest, detain scores of members
‘Over 150 labours lost lives due to electrocution’. 
👉         Former sarpanch kidnapped, killed in Pulwama
Gunmen identified, efforts on to nab killers: Police. 
👉        Hurriyat (M) condemns Govt ‘repression’
Denounces use of force against protesters in Pulwama. 
👉       Cross-LoC bus suspended, schools closed as shelling continues in Poonch.
👉        UP win has given Modi a golden opportunity to resolve Kashmir: Shabir Shah
Condemns Indian PM’s ‘unrealistic’ speech. 
👉        Defence Minister Parrikar quits to be Goa CM. 
👉       China warns of trade war if US imposes tariffs on its goods. 
👉        Arun Jaitley given additional charge of defence.      
👉      Parliament by-polls: NC core group meeting Tuesday
‘Seat sharing arrangement with NC will be more appreciable’. 
👉      CM inaugurates Kashmir University’s sub-office at Jammu
‘Project was started in March 2015’. 
👉      Effective monitoring, supervision imperative for better traffic management: DGP

​Morning Headline

12 March 2017

🍁👉UN chief may talk Kashmir with India, Pakistan.
🍁👉Kashmir shuts against Pulwama killings.
🍁👉In 6 years, 800 minors lodged in Kashmir’s juvenile home.
🍁👉No need to challenge extension order under PSA: High Court.
🍁👉Hundreds participate in slain militant’s funeral inBandipora.
🍁👉Fresh snowfall in Kashmir, highway remains closed for 3rd day.
🍁👉Ahead of polls, Govt appoints 14 political functionaries as Vice-Chairmen of PSUs.
🍁👉CM chairs Jammu DDB meeting, approves Rs 690 cr Capital City Plan
🍁👉Amid shutdown, clashes in Pulwama too.
🍁👉Div Com asks people to stay away from gunfightsites.
🍁👉Bad weather forces closure of Doda schools.
🍁👉Bypolls: ‘High Command’ to decide on seat-sharing, says JK Congress chief.
🍁👉SHRC takes cognizance of electrocution of labourer.
🍁👉2 PaK boys handed over to Pakistan Army.
🍁👉Bukhari seeks additional funds for JK schools, colleges.
🍁👉Muzaffar Rather goes on fast in Presidency Jail Kolkata.
🍁👉Government regularizes 226 KGBV teachers.
🍁👉CPWs get Rs 25 monthly to clean schools in Bandipora.

🍁👉Anantnag school shows door to scores of teachers for seeking salary.
🍁👉17 years on, Najar’s journey to trace out his father continues.
🍁👉GoI doesn’t differentiate between militants and civilians: Salahuddin.
🍁👉New Delhi grabbing land in JK to consolidate military control: Mirwaiz.
🍁👉Khalid Jehangir appointed Vice-Chairman JKPCC.

​​Traffic Plan for 24.02.2017

Keeping in view the condition of the road, especially between Udhampur -Ramsoo and Banihal to Levdora (Qazigund) coupled with narrow width of road at certain places, only one way movement of traffic is feasible/advisable on Srinagar- Jammu NHW.
As such subject to fair weather and good condition of road tomorrow on 24.02.2017 movement of traffic shall be allowed from Jammu towards Srinagar after 12 pm
No movement of traffic including that of convoys of Army, BSF, CRPF etc. shall be allowed from Srinagar towards Jammu side on 24.02.2017 under any circumstances to ensure hassle free movement of traffic.
All the Dy.SsP/DTIs/SOs Traffic are directed that vehicles are not parked in any landslide/avalanche/vulnerable zones of NHW especially from Ramsoo – Jawahar Tunnel – Levdora under any circumstances. All the vulnerable/avalanche prone zones should be kept free from any kind of traffic to avoid any eventuality.
People are requested not to undertake journey on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway in case of bad weather. They should contact TCU Srinagar (01942450022, 2485396), TCU Ramban (9419993745) and TCU Jammu (01912459048, 9419147732) and officers of Traffic wing to get the status of the road before starting their journey.

SBI ATM dispenses fake Rs 2,000 note with Children Bank of India instead of RBI

By Zee Media Bureau

February 22, 2017

New Delhi: A man who had gone to withdraw money at an ATM in Sangam Vihar here allegedly ended up getting four notes of Rs 2,000 with “Children Bank Of India” written on them, police said on Wednesday.

Rohit Kumar, a customer care executive, had gone to withdraw cash from the State Bank of India (SBI) ATM in Sangam Vihar on February 6. He got four notes of Rs 2,000 which had “churan” label on them in place of the official watermark.

The notes also had “PK” written on them in place of the RBI stamp and the top left corner had “Bharatiya Manoranjan Bank” written instead of Reserve Bank of India.

After the victim approached the police, a Sub-Inspector was sent to the ATM to withdraw money and he also received a note that had “Children Bank Of India” written on it.

Following this, a case of cheating was registered and investigation has been taken up, said a senior police officer.

After scanning the footage from the ATM, police has managed to identify the last man who had filled cash in the machine.

“Till now, there have been no other complaints. Probably, only a few notes were changed. We have to identify at which point the real notes were exchanged,” the officer added.