Morning Wrap; A quick glance at Headlines that Matter

Morning Wrap; A quick glance at Headlines that Matter

 

1, Rajendra visits Anantnag, inspects spot pays tributes to martyred cops

Director General of Police (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar visited Anantnag to pay tributes to the two cops, who were killed by at General Bus Stand today. He paid floral tributes to the martyred cops and also visited place of occurrence.

2, 8 in fray for Anantnag Assembly bye-elections; Er. Rasheed withdraws nomination

Er. Abdul Rasheed Sheikh, Independent, has withdrawn his nomination for the upcoming Bye-Elections for Anantnag Assembly constituency. Now 8 candidates are in fray to contest the upcoming bye-elections for the assembly constituency.
Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control , Sham Lal Chowdhary today laid foundation stone of 25 meter double lanning span bridge at border village Hansuchak of Suchetgarh constituency. The Bridge would be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 1.25 crore by R&B department.
A meeting of Electoral Registration Officers (ERO’s) /Assistant Electoral registration officers ( Tehsildars) and representatives of various political parties was held under the chairmanship of Additional Deputy commissioner Pulwama  here today.
A Lok Adalat of Motor Accident Claims was organized today under the Chairmanship of Principal District & Session Judge Srinagar Mr. Rasheed Ali Dar at District Court Complex Sannat Ghar Bemina Srinagar.
Yasin Malik for a moment goes berserk and slaps a J&K policeman and that is continued then by his supporters and with complete impunity.
The SHO of a police station in the periphery of Jammu city, instead of  booking an eve-teaser who was harassing a girl, directed the victim’s brother to settle down over the issue and patch up with the accused.
A small truck on its way from Kathua to Jammu lost control at Main Chowk, Samba before hitting the pedestrians, other vehicles, rehris and shops along the National Highway, at least four persons were killed while nine others including an 18-month girl child were injured in the incident.
Dead body of a teenager was found under mysterious circumstances near tube well in Jammu University on Sunday. So far the cause behind the death is still unknown. The Body has been taken for post Mortem and investigation has also been initiated.
Saurabh Sreshta, who was the Bihar science topper, has now failed the re-examination. Saurabh, who had scored 485 out of 500 marks in Science, had failed to answer a simple question about Chemistry.
The army said on Sunday that all its ammunition depots in Jammu and Kashmir are safe as regular safety audits of these installations are carried out.
World’s boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, who died at an Arizona hospital, on Friday night, was a great sportsperson from Kerela. Not only that, Ali even won a gold medal for the state in his career and was the gem of the state.

At least nine districts in Haryana were on high alert on Sunday as a section of Jat community renewed their agitation for reservation. The Jat community has served a 15-day ultimatum to the Haryana government for implementation of reservation.

14, Khour Rape Case; Lady constable accused in rape case denied bail

Fast Track Court Kishore Kumar on Saturday rejected the bail application of SPO Mamta Kumari who was allegedly involved in Khour Rape case in which the then SHO of Khour Police Station is also allegedly involved.

15, Mehbooba Mufti has been served a show cause notice by the EC

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has been served a show cause notice by the Election Commission for alleged violation of model code of conduct while filing her nomination for the Anantnag Assembly seat by-poll.

16, Across LoC, Militants waiting to infiltrate: BSF DG

The BSF today said they have received inputs regarding militants across the Line of Control (LoC) waiting to infiltrate into India but the security forces are taking measures with the help of  latest technology to keep them away.

17, Naeem Akhtar inaugurates smart classroom, promises competitive coaching for local students

Thousands of excited students at Degree College Pulwama participated in a day long cultural programme that ended with star performance from renowned Sufi singer Dhananjay Koul. Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar, who spent the entire day with the students, termed the event as beginning of a new change that will propel the students towards excellence.

18, CM visits NCC’s Special National Integration Camp

Urging the State’s youth to rise above the rubble and become a part of the movement for peace and change, Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti has said the young generation should become a potent voice to denounce violence which has only brought miseries to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

19, Quality education of police wards our priority: DGP

In order to boost their morale and infuse a spirit of competition among the children of police personnel, JKP provides meritorious scholarships in different categories, besides assistance to the wards of deceased personnel.

20, SKIMS Medical College holds 1st ever Pediatric

In order to discuss measures relating to the blindness and other eye ailments among children, and to update the knowledge of doctors in the recent advances for management of pediatric eye problems, a day-long ‘Scientific Meet’ SPOSI Mid-Term Conference-2016 was organized at SKICC here on Saturday.

21, Adhere PCB norms strictly: Zahoor to Hoteliers

Minister of State for Forest, Ecology & Environment, Animal & Sheep Husbandry, Cooperative and Fisheries Mir Zahoor Ahmad today conducted surprise visit of Gulmarg and inspected various Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) installed by various Hoteliers there.

22, Video of terrorists during attack on police in Anantnag

Visuals of Anantnag attack in which two policemen were killed yesterday have surfaced. The militants took their time in firing shots at the police party and then ran off from the scene.

23, Dy CM hails Balkar Singh, his team over Everest climbing

Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh has hailed Balkar Singh, Hawaldar, 9th Punjab regiment and a resident of village Haripur Patil, Hiranagar, Kathua district for successfully climbing the Mount Everest.
Balkar Singh along with other 19 member team climbed the Mount Everest on May 27.
Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (PSC) Sunday conducted written examination for 10+2 lecturer posts in School Education Department. The test in disciplines viz. English, Urdu & Physics was held in two sittings.

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