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  • In a very keenly contest Mayank Bhagotra of B.Com Part - III elects as Chief CR

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 As part of college annual activities college administration of Government Degree College conducted 'Student Elections' today for the elections of Chief Class Representative and Presidium consisting of General Secretary, Vice Chief CR (Male and Female), Secretary (Male and Female), Organizing/Publicity Secretary and Treasurer in a democratic manner. Prof. P K Rao (Election Commissioner) and his team of Prof. Tejinder Kour, Prof. Sumnesh, Prof. Jaswinder Singh and Prof. Sandeep Choudhary conducted the process of elections. In a very keenly fought contest...

  • To aware mass regarding cleanliness Women College carryout rally

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 To honor the cleanliness drive initiated throughout the country, NSS unit of Government Degree College for Women organized a rally followed with sanitation drive. Dr Janak Singh Andotra, principal flags off rally in the presence of other faculty members of the college. While speaking on the occasion, Janak Singh called upon the NSS volunteers that Mahatma Gandhi always called upon purity within and outside the human existence. He always favored that one should always strive to make the surrounding clean and neat. Being volunteers the students shou...

  • KVK, Kathua organises ‘Swachh Bharat Campaign’

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 Responding to the call for ''Swachh Bharat'' given by the Prime Minister Nariendera Modi to realize the dream of Mahatama Gandhi of a Clean India, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kathua, SKUAST-Jammu carryout a campaign on cleanliness. During the campaign, the management and staff members of Krishi Vigyan Kendra performed an array of activities. The campaign starts with the sensitization of farmers towards maintaining the cleanliness in and around dairy farms and adoption of hygienic practices. The scientists aware the farmers regarding benefits of keeping anima...

  • Lal Bahadur Shashtri College of education pays tributes to Gandhi and Shashtri Ji

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 To pay tributes to 'Father of the Nation' Mahatma Gandhi and Second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shashtri on their birth anniversaries, Lal Bahadur College of Education organized dissimilar functions in the school premises, on Wednesday. The first function starts with paying tributes to both the leaders of Nation. Wherein, Chairperson of College Shakti Kohli gracing the occasion as chief guest offered floral petals to the pictures of Mahatama Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shashtri followed with the othe Paying rich tribute to Mahatma Gandhi Shakti Kohli said that ...

  • 16-callers rang up the district administration during 'PRAYAS'

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 Callers from different part of the District interacted with Sardar Nariender Singh Bali, Assistant Deputy Development Commissioner Kathua in weekly 'Paryas', an initiative of the district administration to listen the problems of the people through telephone call from their respective dwellings.21-callers registered their grievances during the one-hour session from 10 A M to 11 AM, here at DC Office Complex in Kathua, on Wednesday. Assistant District Development Commissioner, while chairing the meeting interacts with the people hailing from Kathua town as...

  • Scheme launched for empowerment of Panchayats, Grievance Redressal

    Newspoint Bureau Kathua, October 1 District Administration Kathua has launched scheme for devolution of powers to panchayats, decentralized planning and grievance redressal at block level. As many as 19 senior officers have been nominated Nodal Officers at CD Block level to convene monthly meetings with Sarpanchs, Panchs, Lumberdars and block level officers of all the departments including 14 line departments associated with the village panchayats. District Development Commissioner, Kathua, Dr Shahid Iqbal, launched the scheme in presence of all the district and sectoral officers besides A...

  • J&K Armed Police rehabilitates Homeless and Flood Affected Families

    Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, October 1 In order to rehabilitate the families who have lost their homes due to the outbreak of recent devastating floods, J&K Armed Police under the supervision of SM Sahai, IPS ADGP Armed, has been putting in hard and toiling efforts to see them rehabilitated. In this connection 40 tents along with conveniences were fixed today at Sammarbug Nowgam area and simultaneously deserving families, comprising 200 persons, were identified and shifted to the newly established tented colony. It is pertinent to mention here that said area is still inundated and is wait...

  • Nadeen slams PWD authorities for discrimination in clearing of projects

    Newspoint Bureau Mendhar, October 1 The state general secretary of Youth Wing of Peoples Democratic Party, Nadeem Ahmed Khan alleged that there is great discrimination in clearance of pending works of PWD and R&B which are still waiting for funds for completion of their works in Mendhar constituency. In a press note issued here today, Nadeem Khan said that the connecting roads of most of the villages like Suran-Mendhar, under PWD and R&B Poonch, in worst conditions. He said that this road which is 25 km in length and most busy road connecting the villages with National Highway Poonch are i...

  • ABVP continue to protest against VC of JU

    Jammu Tawi, October 1 The protest/dharna of Akhil Bhartiya Vidharthi Parishad (ABVP) against Vice Chancellor of Jammu University continued and entered second day. A press statement issued by Sandeep Sharma, president of ABVP, said that the students had called on Vice Chancellor of (JU) Prof MPS Ishar, seeking his permission to organize seminar on Global Scenario and Bharat at Zorawar Singh Stadium but their plea was rejected by VC. To register their protest against this dictatorial attitude of VC Prof MPS Ishar, the activists of ABVP today not only ...

  • Governor pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi

    Newspoint Bureau Srinagar, October 1 On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, NN Vohra, Governor, has paid tribute to the Father of the Nation. In a message, the Governor recalled Mahatma Gandhi's contributions to the struggle for the achievement of freedom from the colonial yoke, his sustained campaign against social injustice, racism and suppression of the under-privileged sections and his unending pursuit for the establishment of a truly secular and harmonious society. He described Gandhiji as an apostle of peace and a staunch believer of non-violence whose sacrifices and teachings are indel...

  • Azad tours flood affected areas of Gool, Gulabgarh and Banihal

    Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, October 1 To take stock of the situation and assess the damages caused by the heavy rains, floods and landslides, leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha and Former Chief Minister of J&K, Ghulam Nabi Azad today conducted tour of Gool, Gulabgarh and Banihal constituencies of Chenab Valley. Azad, accompanied by Aijaz Ahmad Khan MOS (IC) Revenue and Vikar Rasool MOS Technical Education, Power and Information, visited Khanikote, Sungri, Shajroo, Thuru, Dheeda, Bhimdessa and Buzla in the Gool, Gulabgarh and Banihal Constituencies and had an elaborate interaction with th...


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