Valley hospitals lack vital equipment

Experts advocate separate Purchase Committee for Srinagar

SAMAAN LATEEF

Srinagar, Jan 4: Absence of a full-fledged Purchase Committee (PC) to procure vital drugs and equipment is proving detrimental for the patient care in Kashmir hospitals. The two committees one each in Kashmir and Jammu regions have been established for procurement of drugs and other equipment More

Experts react sharply, say language dying official death

Urdu No Medium For UGC-NET

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 4: With the University Grants Commission (UGC) not providing the National Eligibility Test (NET) papers in Urdu, hundreds of aspirants are unable to appear in the vital examination which determines the eligibility of candidates for lectureship. In response to a Right to Information More

Govt mulling to go for winter schooling in future

Written Test For Employment To End Disparity In Merit: Malik

Srinagar, Jan 4: The state government is mulling to continue with winter schooling by providing required infrastructure in schools across the state, minister for high education, Abdul Gani Malik said.   In an exclusive interview with Press Bureau of India, the minister also announced More

PANEL FAILS TO SUBMIT INQUIRY REPORT

INFANT’S DEATH

UMER MAQBOOL DAR

Srinagar, Jan 4: The inquiry team constituted by the Government to probe the death of an infant at G B Panth Hospital allegedly by administering of an expired injection last month has failed to submit the report within the stipulated time.The Medical Education Minister, R S Chib had constituted More

‘Rs 1.25 cr property damaged in Bandipora blaze’

TARIQ RASOOL

Bandipora, Jan 4: Officials today estimated that property worth Rs 1.25 crore was damaged in the devastating blaze which engulfed and destroyed the main market here on Monday.Thirty five shops and five houses were gutted in the incident“The damage assessment is going on and till now we have More

Strengthen fire fighting facilities: Nizam-ud-Din
Srinagar, Jan 4: Peoples Democratic Party senior leader and MLA Bandipora, Nizam-ud-Din Bhat today urged the government to strengthen the fire fighting facilities in Bandipora. Shocked over the loss of property in a devastating fire in the area on Monday in which five houses and 35 shops More

Fake currency rackets busted, 5 held

WAHEED UR REHMAN

Pampore, Jan 4: Police has claimed to have busted fake currency rackets at Pampore and Awantipora by arresting five persons.   “We have recovered fake currency notes worth lakhs from three persons and investigations are on,” SHO Pampore told Greater Kashmir and identified the accused More

UN has role in resolving issues: Shah
Srinagar, Jan 4: Senior pro-freedom leader and Democratic Freedom Party chairman, Shabir Ahmad Shah on Tuesday said the United Nations had a role in resolving all international issues.  “UN evinced interest in East Timor and liberated it in 1999. It passed an important historical Resolution More

  • Kashmir

Valley hospitals lack vital equipment

Experts advocate separate Purchase Committee for Srinagar

SAMAAN LATEEF

Srinagar, Jan 4: Absence of a full-fledged Purchase Committee (PC) to procure vital drugs and equipment is proving detrimental for the patient care in Kashmir hospitals. The two committees one each More



  • Srinagar City

Airport Road accident accused granted bail

‘BMW BOY JASIM KAWOOSA OF NOWHATTA IS A FREE MAN’

M HYDERI

Srinagar, Jan 4: Jasim Hussain Kawoosa of Shahr-e-Khaas –the accused in bone chilling accident of crushing to death an engineering student on the City outskirts past month–has been granted bail by a local More




  • Jammu

NC Core Group discusses 'crucial' issues

TO MEET AGAIN TODAY

SUMIT HAKHOO

Jammu, Jan 4: The Core Group of the ruling National Conference (NC) met here on Tuesday to discuss ‘crucial’ issues, including the voices emerging from the Congress camp to rotate the Chief Minister’s More



  • Briefs

Hussaini mushaira held

SHEIKH NAZIR

Ganderbal, Jan 4: To pay tributes to Karbala martyrs, Anjuman Sharie Shian, J&K, Ganderbal branch on Monday organised a day-long ‘Hussaini Mushaira’ at Town Hall here. The Mushaira was presided More



  • Business

Lack of govt manpower affects fruit production

GK CORRESPONDENT

Jammu, Jan 4:  Shortage of manpower in Horticulture Planning and Marketing Department is badly hampering the work in the department which in turn affects the fruit production in the state, experts More



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