Morning Wrap; A quick glance at yesterday’s top news
In order to save energy and costs, the government would be providing LED bulbs to the consumers at subsidized rate, so that the revenue so saved would be used on other developmental initiatives.
Minister for Education, Naeem Akthar today, relying to a Calling Attention Notice of Vibod Gupta, informed the House that there is no possibility of any untoward incident happening at Girls Higher Secondary School (GHSS), Rajouri.
Vardaan Dutt of Jammu had been selected for the cam among 200 probables from North Zone and eventually made it to the final all India shortlist too. Vardaan Dutt has has made it to a final list of 23 candidates most likely to represent India in the first-ever Football World Cup for Under-17 scheduled to take place in 2016.
A constable working for the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Mukesh, was found in a critical situation at the Govindsar Railway Station, Kathua. Mukesh, who was travelling by Uttar Sampark Kranti from New Delhi to Kathua got injured badly when few men, with sticks and bats, got on the train forcefully and started beating and looting the passengers at Panipat Station. He, however, managed to save almost 100 fellow passengers.
The Mumbai Police’s Social Service Branch in Goregaon were successful in disrupting a high-profile Sex Racket. The Police were on a search mission where they came across two women outside a mall and arrested them. One of the accused happens to be a TV actress from the show ‘Savdhaan India’
Revenue Minister for the State, Syed Basharat Bukhari, has ordered suspension of Tehsildar of Khour area and some other CA&PD officials in the Assembly today. As per the reports, the Tehsildar was involved in the case of falsely mentioning the name of an MLA in the Below Poverty Line (BPL) list.
Admissions to class XI and even class XII continue well into the month of July after the summer vacations and owing to the tough competition, many schools in Jammu have been projecting fake scores to capitalise during the admissions season.
The Government has referred 116 posts of doctors to Public Service Commission (PSC) and 96 more posts of doctors referred to PSC for fast-track selection, informed the Minister of State for Health and Medical Education, Ms Asiea Naqash on Thursday to overcome the shortage of doctors in the hospitals.
Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today strongly condemned thrashing and detaining of on duty doctor by police at Sub District hospital Damhal Hanjipora of south Kashmir’s Kulgam district.
Two clashes broke out in different places of Jammu division on Thursday. 8 persons including a Lecturer has been injured in the tussle which took place in Dhargaloon and Ari village of Mendhar Sub Division. The lecturer has been shifted to District Hospital, Rajouri.