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Daily Archives: December 7, 2016

Kashmir hospitals have 1 nurse for 30 patients, claims doctors body

 Srinagar, Dec 7, CNS: Doctors Association Kashmir Wednesday expressed concern over a serious shortage of nursing staff in Kashmir hospitals that is adversely affecting health care quality and patient outcome. In a statement issued here, president of the Association Dr Nisar-ul-Hasan said that lack of adequate nursing staff in hospitals is responsible for higher mortality rates among patients. In the ... Read More »

Clashes and pro-freedom rally: Nine youth arrested ahead of ‘Murran March’ in Pulwama

Pulwama, Dec 7, CNS: Ahead of proposed pro-freedom march government forces conducted night raids in twin villages of Rohmu and Muran of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district and detained all but nine people. The according to locals have been lodged in police station Pulwama. Though locals said that the arrested people are innocent, but the police claimed that they are involved ... Read More »

Police arrest duo for making fake certificates

  Some culprits still at large: Police Srinagar, Dec 7, CNS: On the directions of Crime Branch, Jammu Kashmir Police have busted a fake certificate racket after raiding Goods Carrier Companies at Transport Nagar in Parimpora area of Srinagar city.      A group of people earlier this month had lodged a complaint in the Crime Branch that the owners of ... Read More »

BE Students stage protest Accuse SSM College of misleading KU

  Srinagar, Dec 7, CNS: The second semester Bachelor of Engineering (BE) students of SSM College Wednesday staged protest against the College management for ‘misleading’ the Kashmir University.     The students who assembled here in Press Enclave Srinagar said that they have completed only 20 per cent syllabus while the College head in her report to Kashmir University has claimed ... Read More »

Syndicate Bank pressurizing customers to regularize accounts despite 2 years moratorium

  Srinagar, Dec 7, CNS: Amid the ongoing current unrest, Syndicate Bank has started pressurizing customers to regularize accounts, despite two year RIBI moratorium granted soon after 2014 floods. The bank has begun even blocking various accounts without giving the customer sufficient time or prior intimation.    All Indian Banks decided to restructure more than Rs.5,000 crore in loans disbursed ... Read More »

Miserable conditions: SHRC to inspect JK House

Srinagar, Dec 7,CNS: Taking strong note of the ‘miserable’ conditions prevailing in JK House, State Human Rights Commission has directed the member of the Commission Jung Bahadur Singh Jamwal to visit Delhi and have a thorough inspection in presence of the authorities of the JK House and give a final report to the Commission.      State Human Rights Commission Chairman ... Read More »

Afforestation Drive & Medical Camp Held at Naugam Kandi Baramulla

   Baramulla, 07 Dec 2016: As part of its contribution, the Army based at Uplona carried out an afforestation drive in the Kandi  belt of Baramulla which according to officials  received a tremendous response from the locals of the area as they turned up in large numbers participate in the event.  A official spokesperson said the excitement among the children was ... Read More »

3-day Bandipora winter Sports Festival begins

 Waheed Bhat Bandipora,  Dec 07:-The three day Bandipora winter sports festival was innaugrated today at Sheri E Kashmir Sports Stadium Bandipora. Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, Sajad Hussain Ganie was the chief Guest on the occasion while as Superintendent of police Bandipora, Sheikh Zulfkar Azad, Officials from Army, CRPF and Police were also present. Besides this, Tajamul Islam who won Gold in ... Read More »

American Rights Group accuses India of using ‘excessive’ force in Kashmir

  Srinagar, Dec 7, CNS: Accusing Indian security forces of “excessive and indiscriminate” use of force against protesters in Kashmir, a US-based health rights group has described the excessive and indiscriminate use of force against protesters by Indian state police and Central Reserve Police Force with weapons misleadingly represented as “less than lethal”. In its report, that was released yesterday, ... Read More »

Where are our files about our transfers: College professors to Akhtar

‘Transfers are routine practices, if stopped result in huge backlog’ Srinagar, Dec 07 (KNS): A delegation of college professors on Wednesday said that their demands and frequent representations to their concerned administrative department are still pending in the civil secretariat for the reasons known to the higher authorities. “There are some professors/ lecturers who are languishing in the far-flung areas ... Read More »