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NC bartered power resources; now beating chest: PDP

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Denied news of separation with Sania

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No malls constructed against provision of law: Jora

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Budget Session 2014

Shooting stone kills minor

Ganderbal, Feb 13: A minor girl died while two others sustained injuries when a shooting stone struck their residential house in Kangan area of Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district. Police said that a stone rolled down from hill and struck the residential house of Muhammad Din Khatana son of Suliman Khatana resident of Kuchpathri Ganiwan near Power Dam-Kangan. Six years old Iqra daughter of Mohammad-Din Khatana died on spot while her sister and mother sustained injuries. Both the injured were shifted to Hospital for treatment. (CNS)

Rather presents coalition Govt’s 6th consecutive budget Good thing about budget is that it is NC’s last one: PDP

Srinagar, Feb 13: Stating that the only thing good about the budget presented by National Conference led coalition government before the assembly today is that it is the last one from the NC, opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Thursday termed it ‘another clerical statement of accounts’. Talking to KNS, PDP chief spokesman Naeem Akhtar while slamming the government over presenting the budget that according to him is ‘anti-people’ stated that the budget is meant See PDP On Page 11..

PDP opposed return of power projects from NHPC: NC

Srinagar, Feb 13: National Conference legislators, Ali Mohammad Dar, Ghulam Qadir Pardesi, Dr. B. A. Veeri, Showkat Hussain Ganai, Abdul Majid Bhat on Thursday strongly condemned the act of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) legislators saying that they were surprised for the ‘change of PDP’s stand and their double speak’ on return of power projects from NHPC to Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement issued to KNS, the NC legislators strongly ‘condemned the change of position of PDP and said that it is another indication of the party having entered into an implicate agreement with See NC On Page 11..

Omar greets people on Guru Ravi Dass Birthday Jammu, Feb 13 (KNS): Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has greeted people on birth anniversary of Guru Ravi Dass Ji wishing them well being and prosperity. In a felicitation message, the Chief Minister said that the best homage to Guru Ji would be to create a society free from evils and making justice and equality rule the roost. Omar also prayed for the peace and progress of the State and the Country. (KNS)

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On Edit Page Stray dog menace- A grave problem

Kashmir valley is confronted with many problems including the erratic power and water supply besides other day to day problems which make the life of common people a hell in this chilly winter. In addition to the big problems there are smaller problems which have made the life risky particularly that of children, women and old people. For example the menace of stray dogs in the city of Srinagar as well as in other towns and villages is assuming the shape of one of the most dangerous problems. The stray dogs have increased many fold, so have increased the number of the people mostly children and women who have been bitten by the stray

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able resources. In his 115 minutes long Budget speech, Mr. Rather said that despite limited financial resources and multiple problems confronting the State, every possible effort has been made to provide succor to various sections of the society including trade, industry, tourism, farming community and other stake holders. He said this is the 2nd time in the legislative

history of the state that six consecutive budgets were presented in a row by a government under a single leader. The Budget shows a total expenditure of Rs. 43543 crore with a capital component of Rs. 10595 crore. The Budget shows own estimated tax revenue of Rs. 7496 crore and share of central taxes upto Rs. 5191 crore and central non-plan grant of Rs. 2096 crore. See Rather On Page 11..

President inaugurates 45th Conference of Governors

Asks Governors to represent the centre in the states

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Jammu, Feb 13: The Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Mr. Abdul Rahim Rather today presented an innovative, tax free and pro-people Budget in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly. The budget reflecting policies and programmes of the coalition government, aims at to give right direction to the state’s economic growth and development within the avail-

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New Delhi, Feb 13: The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee opened the 45th Conference of Governors at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi today (February 13, 2014). The Conference is being attended by Twenty-six Governors and three Lt. Governors. The agenda for the two-day Conference of Governors includes external and internal security environment, development issues in Scheduled Areas and North Eastern region, improving the quality of higher education and making disaster management more effective. In his opening address at the Conference, the President said the Role of Governors is as a bridge between States and Centre. Governors have to ensure that State Governments act according to the Constitution while safeguarding the interests of the state. This is the unique respon-

sibility of a Governor as they represent the Centre in the State and the State at the Centre. The President called upon Governors to remain alert and ensure that the coming

general election to the 16th Lok Sabha is peaceful and conducive to free expression of the will of the people. The President See PresidentOn Page 11..

Kashmir converted into prison, only Govt, its apologists enjoy freedom: Mehbooba

Jammu, Feb 13: Demanding immediate release of the youth arrested in past few days in Kashmir, People Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti today condemned the intolerance shown by the state government. According to a PDP statement issued to KNS, while intervening during question hour, she said Kashmir has been virtually converted into a prison where only Govt and its apologists enjoy freedom of and that there is genuine sense of alienation among the people as teenagers are arrested under draconian laws and the place has been virtually handed over to police and security forces. Bandipore police has arrested several boys and one of them is booked under PSA and two among them has been sent to juvenile detention centre because their age is below 13 years. PSA was slapped on Arif Hussain wani on Jan 31 and he is in Udhampur Hospital in serious condition. Mehbooba said imprisonment of teenagers, who should have been in school is the real poster of present government's performance. Mehbooba said there is sense of anger in Kashmir and even liberal section of the Indian society that Afzal Guru had been

wronged by picking him out of the death roll from 28th number to fit into the political strategy of the ruling party. She said subsequent relief by the Supreme Court granted to the convicts whose execution has been commuted has further deepened the feeling of anger and discrimination among the people. "Instead of trying to empathize with the public sentiment, the state govt let loose its might on mourners who wanted to express sympathy with Guru’s family who were jdenied even the See Mehbooba On Page 11..

Except for a routine exercise, budget has nothing to offer: AMM No roadmap to address unemployment, price rise Jammu, Feb 13 (KNS): The Awami Mutahida Mahaz (AMM) has said that the budget 2014-2015 presented by the government in Legislative Assembly today reflects rosy figures and is devoid of any relief for the common man. According to a joint statement issued by Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami and Hakim Mohammad Yasin, the two senior leaders of AMM have said that the budget has nothing significant to offer and instead has furthered desperation and disappointment for different sections of society be it the unemployed educated youth, people associated with business, agriculture, horticulture, handicrafts, causal labourers, daily wagers, ASHAs, contractuals, SPOs, old aged and handicapped, Nambardars and Chowkidars. There is no mention of budgetary provisions for newly created administrative. “The AMM is dismayed over the response to the grave unemployment crisis in the state as the present budget lacks comprehensive plan to address the unemployment crisis in the state. It was expected from the present budget to mitigate the sufferings of the educated youth who are craving for jobs and most of them being at the verge of age bar. Handicrafts sector which is considered as traditional source of employment, is shrinking and the people associated with the business are sure to be dismayed as their aspirations have not been reflected.” The two leaders said that the budget is also silent about the delayed payment of wages to the casual labourers working in different departments for years together. Similarly, the budget has not mentioned anything about See AMM On Page 11..

2 Hizb militants killed in Shopian encounter 9 persons injured in clashes, 3 shifted to SKIMS Soura started combing operations, the militants hiding in a residential house opened indiscriminate fire upon the search team. “The joint team returned the fire triggering off fierce encounter. In the ensuing gun-battle that continued for over an hour, two HM militants were killed,” reports said. The slain militants have been identified as Abid Ahmad Rather son of Ghulam Mohd

Srinagar, Feb 13: Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed in an encounter with a joint team of army and police in Shopian district of south Kashmir on Thursday. Reports reaching GNS said that acting on specific inputs about the presence of militants, army’s 44 RR and SOG laid a cordon around Gagloora village in Pinjora area of Shopian district this afternoon. When the joint team of Vehail Shopian, and Irshad Ahmad of Zainpora, Shopian. However, sources said that one more militant identified as Waseem Ahmad of Pehlipora, Shopian was also present in the village when the encounter raged. His fate remains unknown. The death of the militants sparked off violent protests in the area. Scores of people shouting See Encounter On Page 11..

Srinagar Acid attack case

Man convicted for attempt to murder

Srinagar, Feb 13 (KNS): The court of principal and session judge Srinagar Thursday convicted Riyaz Ahmad Nath- of carrying out an attempt to murder while throwing acid on a girl on January 3, last year The court will however decide the quantum of punishment on Friday. According to the KNS court correspondent, principal and session judge Srinagar Mohammad Shafi Khan after hearing the prayers of both the sides, held accused Riyaz Ahmad Nath convicted of carrying out acid attack on the victim. “The acid attack has disfigured the face of the victim and the same is a punishable offence under section 307 of RPC.” The details informed further that the court also retreated the Supreme court judgment that the sale of the deadly acids must be made under the proper guidelines in the market till the formation of the formal orders.

The court also issued directions to the district administration so that the sale of the acids be brought under the issued guidelines. In the acid attack case the state was represented by advocate AA Teli and the accused was defended by Advocate Mushtaq Ahmad Dar. Pertinently, a woman suffered serious burns in an acid attack on Januray 3,2013 in uptown city. The incident took place when the 30-year-old victim (name withheld), a teacher at a private tuition centre in Barzulla locality, was on her way to the centre, where she has been teaching for over a year. A youth intercepted her and sprinkled acid over her face. The woman suffered serious burn injuries on face and arm in the attack. She was instantly removed to SMHS Hospital. Police had arrested the accused identified as Reyaz Ahmad Nath, son of Ghulam See AcidOn Page 11..

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New Delhi, Feb 13: Cracking the whip, Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar on Thursday suspended 18 MPs from Andhra Pradesh for rest of the session after unprecedented pandemonium broke out in the House over the Telangana issue. Kumar announced the decision soon after the House met at 2 PM after being adjourned in the wake of the ruckus created at noon by pepper spraying and fisticuffs among members opposing and supporting Telangana. She named the members and said they had been suspended under Rule 374 A which says that a member can "be suspended from the service of the House for a period not exceeding the remainder of the session" for disregarding "the authority of the Chair or abusing the rules of the House by persistently See LS On Page 11..

Sunrisers shell out Rs 95 Lakhs for Parvez Rasool Thanks to Almighty for His blessings Srinagar, Feb 13, CNS: Kashmiri highly acclaimed cricketer Parvez Rasool, who was sold out at Rs 95 lakhs in the Indian Premier League Auction to Sun Risers Hyderabad Thursday said that he is very thankful to Almighty Allah for His blessings upon him. “I have no regrets that I did not get chance to represent India. These are the decisions taken by management and I welcome such decisions at every level. Cricket is my passion and I am hopeful that this season, I will perform well in Indian Premier League,” Parvez Rasool told Srinagar based news gathering See Sunrisers On Page 11..

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Government of Jammu & Kashmir Office of Chief Horticulture Srinagar (KNS) Mehbooba said it has been the practice of the present govt to theintent to outrage Officer, her modesty).

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The Budget expects the revenue expenditure to touch Rs. 32948 crore. Rather said that the next years size of annual plan would be of order of Rs. 11300 crore with a PMRP component of Rs. 600 crore. Rather said that the Government has improved the tax and VAT remittance in the State resulting in more revenue to the Government. He said VAT remittance in the State during last five years has increased from Rs. 1836 crore to estimated Rs. 4800 crore for the current fiscal which shows a cumulative increase of 161%. He said the total revenues (Tax and Non-Tax) have increased significantly from Rs. 2683 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 6700 crore for the current year with an annual increase of 30%. He said the nontax revenue which stood at Rs. 837 crore during 2008-09 has increased to Rs. 2160 crore during last year. Saying that tax revenue in the State has witnessed 33% increase during the span of last five years of the present coalition Government, Rather said the tax revenue which was just Rs. 2600 crore in 2009 is expected to increase to Rs. 7500 crore during the next fiscal. Speaking at a jam packed about one hours long press conference, soon after delivering his Budget speech in the Legislative Assembly today, Mr. Rather said this steep increase in tax revenue, without levying new taxes has been possible due to the better tax management and plugging of loopholes in tax collection system, adding that he has been convening periodic review meetings of the department under his charge regularly to assess performance and ensure better budget management and fiscal discipline. Mr. Rather said the performance of the State, on account of tax collection and budget management, has been lauded by every relevant forums at the national level including Planning Commission of India (PC), Finance Commission, Union Finance Ministry and the State’s Principal Accountant General. “Even the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India has in unambiguous terms patted the State for its internal resources mobilization initiatives”, Mr. Rather added. He said it has been the coalition government’s endeavour during last five years not to levy any tax burden on the people not, withstanding economic inflation at the national level. He said that due to effective implementation of Fiscal Responsibility & Budget Management Act (FRBM), the State has been able to be within the ambit of targets assigned by the Planning Commission adding that the State was well ahead to centre in minimizing its fiscal deficit as per the assigned targets in this regard. He said economic growth rate of the State is also better as compared to National figure, adding that the Empowered Committee of the State Finance Ministers has appreciated the State for bringing improvements in Budget management and fiscal discipline.

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for the rulers of the state who have spent more than 300 crore on the air fleet. He stated further that the common masses of Kashmir have been historically suffering under NC regime and the same will continue till the change arrives at large. “The people of the state have only one reason to welcome this budget- it is the last budget of NC government.” Akhtar further told KNS that the Budget is “without any meaningful intervention and as usual for NC to maintain status quo and begging bowl syndrome.” “The only thing expected from it is that it would provide salaries to employees and luxuries to rulers of the state who have been spending Crores for their comforts.” (KNS)

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the marketing facilities and infrastructure for horticulture produce. Nothing has been earmarked with regard to establishment of cold storage chains across the state for better marketing of horticulture produce. Subsidization of fertilizers, pesticides and farm equipment, reducing the interest on farm loans, enhancing allocations for irrigation sector have been totally ignored. “The government has once again shown its in-sensitiveness towards the basic issues confronting the common man and consequently the budget does not carry any mention of food security, universalization of public distribution system, solving unemployment and making social security schemes people oriented. A major chunk of population has been left out of PDS as the state was getting food grains as per 2001 census, they said adding that it would have been in the interest of the common man to provide subsidy under state share on the food grains and other daily needs.” They added that there is no mention of any initiative to regularize the daily wagers working in various departments for many years. “The budget is silent about enhancement of honorarium in favour of the anganwadi workers and helpers out of state share and improving their working conditions alongwith ASHAs who were rendering services tirelessly.” (KNS)

President said Governors must also ensure that the pluralistic character of our nation is not tarnished in any manner. The President said during his address to the Governors and Lt. Governors through video-conferencing on July 25, 2013, a suggestion emerged that Groups of Governors should be constituted to deliberate upon issues such as the Role of Governors as a bridge between States and Centre; Areas under Sixth Schedule of the Constitution, North Eastern Council and related issues; Areas under the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution, Role of Governors as Chancellors of educational institutions in improving the quality of higher education and Disaster Management. The groups of Governors have submitted reports with invaluable suggestions. These suggestions would serve as useful input for policy makers.

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slogans hurled stones on the forces. The forces lobbed teargas shells triggering off clashes resulting in injuries to nine persons including a photo journalist Sajad AHmad. All the injured persons have been immediately shifted to district hospital Shopian for treatment, however, the three injured persons who have received serious pellet gun injuries shifted to SKIMS Soura for specialized treatment, sources said. The doctors who attended the injured persons at Shopian hospital confirmed to GNS that they have received at least 6 injured persons out of them 3 identified as Umar Ahmad, Tariq Ahmad and Mohd Ashraf have been referred to SKIMS Soura as they have received grave pellet gun injuries.

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and wilfully obstructing business". "They may forthwith withdraw from the precincts of the House," Kumar said. Those suspended include L Rajagopal, expelled Congress member who had earlier sprayed pepper gas from a canister in the House, causing chaos.

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most elementary facility and their right to meet the executed prisoner even on last time", said Mehbooba.

am satisfied the way I performed in Ranji Trophy and in other use curfew and curbs as the substitute toChairman democratic tournaments. I will work hard and come up with excellent District Levelmethod Committee for Recruitment to the Class-IV Posts in Horticulture Department in District Srinagar. of engaging with alienated people,listen to their feelings and reperformances in coming IPL tournament,” he said. spond with understanding and compassion. She said govt has The Valley cricketer said that he plays the sport with great Subject : Final short list of candidates for Class IV posts – Interview thereof. lost the argument on human rights violation and has lost morenthusiasm, passion and dignity. agency CNS adding that cricket is his passion and he wants to al courage to engage with our own people on decent and civilive up to the expectations of people of Kashmir who love and NOTIFICATION NO: CHO/SGR/01 lized live. “It has tried to inflict a peace of graveyard on Kashadmire him.of 2014 Dated: 10-02-2014 mir through draconian laws, arrests, police cases, persecution, The modest cricketer said he believes in the mantra that the BJP at the cost of interest of people of state.’ chilly grenades and pellet guns which has stopped evolution of appliedplay The candidates who had for thethe postgame of class and IV videplay this office advertisement CHOhopeful that as it well. “I amNotice sureNo:and In reply to a question by Devender Singh Rana in Legislative a democratic culture in the state”, she said. Srinagar’s (KNS)No. Estt/01 of 2013 dated compared last year, this season, will getwere chance to play my 26-06-2013 and to addendum No. Estt/1609-16 dated. I27-09-2013, Council today, the members belonging to all political speccricket anddated I will give my best to my Sun shortlisted vide notification No.CHO/Sgr/Estt/2003-2012 28-11-2013 for information of all team concerned and Risers Hydertrum in a unanimous voice sought that resolution should go to abad which is led by India’s top cricketer Shikar Dhawan, ” invited objections / claims of the candidates upto 2-12-2013 the government from the house for taking power projects back Rasool said adding that he discovered his passion for63cricket OM 20-02-2014 Umar Rashid S/o.Abdulfrom Rashid Ganie Diyarwani Batamaloo After theregistered scrutiny of variouswhen representations received “Ifrom the big eligible candidates, NHPC in consonance with Srinagar the recommendation of C. Rasool Nath of Lone Mohalla, Chanapora. Police he was/objections very young. have plans for myself64and I am OM 20-02-2014 Zahoor Ahmad Mir S/o.Mohammad Yousuf Mir Shalimar Srinagar Ranga Rajan report, according toOMNC legisla20-02-2014 an FIR (2/2013) at Police Station Saddar and has booked Nathof the candidates 65 Suhail Ahmad Wani S/o. Ghulam Ahmad WaniCommittee Sidiqabad Batamaloobut Srinagar consequently the final shortlist for class IV posts (Horticulture working hard to achieve it,Deptt.)District ” he said. Srinagar and the OM 20-02-2014 Rohi Banoo D/o. Nisartors Ahmadthe Batoo PDP senior leader Khushalsarand Zadibalspokespersons Srinagar Nayeem Akhtar under various sections of RPC including 307 (attempt murThanking his parents and people of Kashmir66 interview there of, isto hereby notified for the information ofGod, all concerned as per the details shown in Annexure OM 20-02-2014 67for Ashiq Husain Wani S/o Bashir Ahmad Wani Zawoora Panthachowk Srinagar along with other members of party opposite the resolution and der), 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 341 (wrongful OM 20-02-2014 68 Mohd.Muzaffar supporting and admiring him, Parvez Rasool told CNS that he Dandroo S/o.Mohd.Maqbool Dandroo Eidgah, Ganderpora Srinagar “A” and “B” to this notification OM 20-02-2014 69 Aasim Altaf Khan S/o Altaf Ahmad Khan Eidgah Srinagar created pandemonium inGanderpora the House. restraint), and 354 (Assault or criminal force on woman with will not let down his admirers and will perform to his ability. “I OM 20-02-2014 70 Ahsan-ul-Haq Amin S/o. Mohd.Amin Dar Nowgam Bonipora Srinagar Venue of Interview: Office of the Chief Horticulture Officer, Lalmandi, Srinagar.

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Omar greets people on Guru Ravi Dass Birthday

Jammu, Feb 13 (KNS): Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has greeted people on birth anniversary of Guru Ravi Dass Ji wishing them well being and prosperity. In a felicitation message, the Chief Minister said that the best homage to Guru Ji would be to create a society free from evils and making justice and equality rule the roost. Omar also prayed for the peace and progress of the State and the Country. (KNS)

NC bartered power resources; now beating chest: PDP

‘Mr Rana should bring a proper motion to debate issue in House’

Srinagar, Feb 13 (KNS): After sensing defeat in the forthcoming polls in the state, National Conference is trying to beat chest about the return of power projects, said Naeem Akhter, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief spokesman and MLC, while seeking a proper motion from NC MLC Devinder Rana on return of power projects to the state. In a statement issued to KNS, Akhter said that about the resolution that NC MLC Devinder Rana wanted to have in the council, PDP wanted the same be debated and that the member (Rana) should follow the procedure of the house and ‘must not treat the council as the extension of NC office’. “It was NC that handed over 12 feasible power projects to NHPC that it all started with Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah giving away Salal project to NHPC in 1978,” Akhter said while quoting his speech made in the Legislative Council on Thursday. “Over three power projects have been given by Omar Abdullah and seven by Farooq Abdullah when he was heading the state.” He said that a resolution must be brought in with the proper procedure so that it could be debated on the floor of the house. (KNS)

Saaznawaz is no more

Srinagar, Feb 13 (KNS): The renowned Sufiana musician Ustad Ghulam Mohammad Saaznawaz passed away on Thursday afternoon. The deceased was a recipient of Sangeet Natak Academy Award. Many social and political organizations have expressed deep shock and grief over his demise. As the news of his demise came, a condolence meeting was held at the cultural academy central office here, where rich tribute was paid to the departed musician. Secretary, Cultural Academy has expressed profound grief and sorrow on the demise of Ustad Ghulam Mohammad Saaznawaz. In his condolence massage, the Secretary said the demise of the maestro is a great loss to music in general and Kashmiri sufiana music in particular. He said the late instrumentalist had popularized Kashmir music in a major way and his contribution would be remembered for a long time. The Secretary recalled Saaznawaz’s association with the academy and said he had been a member of the academy’s general council. He belonged to the famous Saaznawaz Gharana of Kashmir which has a long and rich tradition in sufiana music.

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Date& time of Interview: 19th, 20th & 21st February 2014 at 11 am. OM 20-02-2014 72 Afaq Hilal Hamdani S/o Hilal Ahmad Hamdani Madh Bagh Nowshera Srinagar OM 20-02-2014 73 Irshad Ahmad Haroon S/o. Mohd.Yousuf Haroon Akilmir Khanyar Srinagar 1. All these short listed candidates shall have to produce all original relevant certificates /valid category OM 20-02-2014 74 Nazia Nazir D/o. Nazir Ahmad Sofi Habak Naseembagh Srinagar OM 20-02-2014 75 Imran Hussain Bala S/o. Bashri Ahmad Bala Rakh-i-Arth, Bemina Srinagar certificates (in case of reserved category candidates) at the time of interview, along with one set of OM 20-02-2014 76 Javid Ahmad Parray S/o. Ghulam Mohammad Parray Bhagat Barzulla Srinagar Photostat copies attested by a Gazetted Officer failing which they may forfeit their candidature. OM 20-02-2014 77 Zareena Bhat D/o.Ghulam Mohi-u-din Bhat Shalabagh Zadibal OM 20-02-2014 78Srinagar. Amir Mushtaq Bhat S/o. Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat Mughal Mohalla chattabal Chairman2.District Level Committee for Recruitment to the Class-IV Posts in Horticulture Department in District Any candidate found guilty of impersonating submitting fabricated / tampered documents/certificates or OM 20-02-2014 79 Aamir Hussain Dar S/o. Nasir Hussain Dar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Subject : Final short list of candidates for Class IV posts – Interview thereof. OM 20-02-2014 80 Ubaid Yousuf Teli S/o. Mohammad Yousuf Teli Umarhair Buchpora Srinagar making false, incorrect or suppressing material information shall render him/her liable for criminal NOTIFICATION NO: CHO/SGR/0181 ofNeelofar 2014JanDated: 10-02-2014 OM 20-02-2014 D/o. Muzaffar Ali Kathmaidan Zadibal Srinagar prosecution under law. OM 20-02-2014 82 Tanveer Ahmad Dar S/o.Abdul Samad Dar Nowpora,Cheshmashahi Srinagar OM 20-02-2014 83 Imtiyaz Ahmad S/o. Ghulam Nabi Kumar26-06-2013 andRiyazteng Khanyar Srinagar The3.candidates who had applied for the post of class IV vide this office advertisement Notice No:CHO Srinagar’ s No. Estt/01 of 2013 dated addendum No. Estt/1609-16 dated. 27-09-2013, were No separate call letter shall be issued to the short listed candidates. Any candidate who fail to appear for OM 20-02-2014 Mohdobjections Tasleem Dar /S/o Mohd Shaban Jawahar Nagar Srinagar shortlisted vide notification No.CHO/Sgr/Estt/2003-2012 dated 28-11-2013 for information of all concerned and 84 invited claims of the Dar candidates uptoIkhrajpora, 2-12-2013 OM 20-02-2014 85 Shahnaz Rafiq Reshi S/o Rafiq Ahmad Reshi Govt, Housing Colony Chanpora Srinagar interview/ viva voce on the scheduled date and time shall forfeit his/her right to selection and no further After the scrutiny of various representations /objections received from the eligible candidates, consequently the final shortlist of the candidates for class IVMolvi postsStop (Horticulture Deptt.)District Srinagar and the OM 20-02-2014 86 Syed Ishrat Jan D/o.Syed Mohd.Syed Lalbazar Srinagar be provided anythe candidate by the selection committee.as per the details shown in Annexure “A”87andMohammad interview therechance of, isshall hereby notifiedtofor information of all concerned “B” to this notification OM 20-02-2014 Waseem Khuroo S/o.Bashir Ahmad Khuroo Dagpora Soura Srinagar OM 20-02-2014 88 Afreena Rafiq D/o. Mohammad Rafiq Dar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Venue of Interview: Officeofofname the Chief Officer, Srinagar. 4. Mere figuring in the Horticulture short list does not entitleLalmandi, the candidate to appear in the interview as it shall OM/RBA 20-02-2014 89 Mehraj-u-din S/o. Ghulam Ahmad Rather Dara Harwan Srinagar Date& time of Interview: 19th, 20th & 21st February 2014 at 11 am. OM 90 Sayima Rafiq D/o. Rafiq Ahmad Ganie Firdousabad, Batmaloo, Srinagar be the scrutiny of all the testimonials short listed 1. Allsubject these to short listed candidates shall haveoftotheproduce all candidates. original relevant certificates /valid category91certificates (in case of reserved category candidates) at the time of interview, along withOMone set20-02-2014 of 20-02-2014 Tahir Maqbool Bhat S/o. Mohd.Maqbool Bhat Khwajabagh Tailbal, Srinagar Photostat 5.copies attested a Gazetted whichetc. theyproved may at forfeit theirofcandidature. In case of anybydeficiency withOfficer referencefailing to eligibility the time interview, the candidate OM 20-02-2014 92 Abid Hamid S/o. Abdul Hamid Bhat Newtheed Harwan Srinagar 2. Any candidate found guilty of impersonating submitting fabricated / tampered documents/certificates false, incorrect or suppressing material information shall render him/her OM liable for crimi20-02-2014 93 or Asifmaking Sultan Bhat S/o Mohd Sultan Baht Zawoora Srinagar shall not be considered for selection and will be treated as disqualified. OM 20-02-2014 94 Shabir Ahmad Mir S/o Khursheed Ahmad Mir Brain Nishat Srinagar nal prosecution under law. OM 20-02-2014 95 Murtaza Ali S/o. Mohd.Maqbool Mir Kakerpora, Pratapgarh Srinagar 6. No /DA shallcall be paid participation in to thethe interview. 3. NoTAseparate letterforshall be issued short listed candidates. Any candidate who fail to appear for interview/ viva voce on the scheduled date and time shall forfeit his/her right to selection and no OM 20-02-2014 96 Danish Mehraj S/o. Mehraj-u-din Puttoo Nowpora, Srinagar further chance shallcandidate be provided to anytocandidate the selection 7. Each is required submit anbyaffidavit attestedcommittee. by the notary “that the information and OM 20-02-2014 97 Feroz Ahmad Reshi S/o. Ghulam Mohammad Reshi Brain Nishat Srinagar 4. Mere figuring of name in the short list does not entitle the candidate to appear in the interview as it98shall be subject the scrutiny all the testimonials of the short listedSrinagar candidates. OM 20-02-2014 Zulfikar Ali Wani to S/o.Ghulam Hassanof Wani Patlipora Payeen Chattabal, documents by me with are genuine and nothing has been suppressed or hidden OM 20-02-2014 5. In case of submitted any deficiency reference to eligibility etc.fudged, provedfabricated, at the time of interview, the candidate not be considered for selection and will beSoiteng treated as disqualified. 99 shall Younis Ahmad Magray S/o.Ghulam Nabi Magray Srinagar OM 20-02-2014 100 Asia Jan D/o.Abdul Samad Dar Nowpora,Cheshmashahi Srinagar and it isshall otherwise, I shall liable for cancellation of the candidature and forfeiture of the claims 6. No in TAcase /DA be paid for be participation in the interview. OM 20-02-2014 101 Javid Ahmad Bhat S/o. Abdul Rashid Bhat Habak Naseembagh Srinagar 7. Each candidate is required to submit an affidavit attested by the notary “that the information and documents submitted by me are genuine and nothing has been fudged, fabricated, suppressed or hidden whatsoever”. OM 20-02-2014 102 Mohammad Hussain Akhoon S/o. Mohd Qasim Akhoon JKPC Colony Badamwari Hawal Srinagar and in case it is otherwise, I shall be liable for cancellation of the candidature and forfeiture of the claims whatsoever”. OM 20-02-2014 103 Ovais Aslam S/o Mohd Aslam Bhat New Theed Harwan Srinagar

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Aiman Fayaz Mir S/o Fayaz Ahmad Mir Shahla Anwar S/o Mohd Anwar Azra Hanief D/o. Mohammad Hanief Dar Sajad Bashir Dar S/o. Bashir Ahmad Dar Zubair Farooq Bisati S/o. Farooq Ahmad Bisati Reyhana Noor D/o. Noor Mohammad Sofi

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Naseema Banoo D/o Sh Mohd Jabar Sofi Suhail Ahmad Rather S/o.Ghulam Mohd.Rather Nasir Mohammad S/o Ghulam Mohd Bhat

Gulshan Bagh, Bota Kadal, Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar New Theed ,Harwan , Srinagar

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Shadab Anwar S/o Mohd Anwar Owais Hamid Bhat S/o Abdul Hamid Bhat Bilal Ahmed Mir S/o Sh Ab. Majid Mir Bisma Jan D/O Deen Mohd Bhat Danish Saleem S/o. Mohd.Saleem Shiekh Wafa Bari D/O Rafiq Ahmad Butt Zohiba Nazir D/o Sh Nazir Ahmad Bhat Mansoor Ahmad Bhat S/o. Abdul Rehman Bhat Abdul Majid Bhat S/o. Abdul Rehman Bhat Mehraj-u-din S/o. Nazir Ahmad Sofi Irfan Ahmad Mir S/o. Mohammad Ramzan Mir Asooda Nabi D/o. Ghulam Nabi Akhoon Hashim Din Ganie S/o. Ghulam Nabi Ganie Sabira Mukhtar D/o.Mukhtar Ahmad Wani Amir Gulzar S/o Gulzar Ahmad Sheikh Umer Rashid S/o Late Abdul Rashid Dar Mushtaq-ul-Mehraj S/o Sh Mehraj-ul-Din Dar Tasleema Jan D/o. Bashir Ahmad Bhat Nazim Hussain S/o. Shair Ali Wani Mohd Shahid Bhat S/o Khalid Abdul Salam Bhat Bisma Mushtaq S/o. Mushtaq Ahmad Handoo Nusrat Rashid D/o Late Abdul Rashid Dar Sayar Ahmad Reshi S/o GH Mohd Reshi Irfan Ahmad Dar S/o. Abdul Samad Dar Taqveem-ul-Hussain S/o. Rafiq-ud-din Khan Bilal Ahmad Wani S/o. Wali Mohd.Wani Mansoor LateefS/o Sh. Mohd Lateef Bhat Shujat Ali Khan S/o. Maqsood Ali Khan Aaqib Rasool Beigh S/o.Ghulam Rasool Beigh Mudasir Rashid Ganie S/o.Abdul Rashid Ganie Aaqib -u-Nabi S/o.Ghulam Nabi Bhat Danish Samiullah S/o. Abdul Rahman Tantray Sheikh Monis Ahmed S/o Sh. Sheikh Inayat-u-llah Mohammad Younis Mir S/o. Farooq Ahmad Mir Tanveer Rasool S/o sh Gh. Rasool Hafiz Shabir Ahmad Kalwal S/o. Nazir Ahmad Kalwal Imitiyaz Ahmad Dar S/o.Ghulam Mohammad Dar Mubarik Hussain Dar S/o.Mohammad Akbar Dar Mohammad Sami S/o. Bashir Ahmad Mehran Ahmad Bhat S/o Sh Bashir Ahmad Bhat Bashir Ahmad Rather S/o. Abdul Gani Rather Irshad Dar S/o. Ghualm Mohammad Dar Mohd Saik Bhat S/oSh Mushtaq Ah Bhat Muzaffar Ahmad Shigen S/o.Mohd.Yousuf Shigen Mohammad Ashraf Shiekh S/o.Abdul Gani Shiekh Nadia Mushtaq D/o.Mushtaq Ahmad Handoo Imtiyaz Ahmad Kathoo S/o.Bashir Ahmad Kathoo Umar S/o. Ghulam Ahmad. Sofi Istiyaq Ali Sheikh S/o Gh Rasool Sheikh Ab. Aamir Aslam S/o Sh.Mohd. Aslam Najar Rizwan Ali Malla S/o. Ghulam Mohi-u-din Malla Umar Rasool S/o. Ghulam Rasool Beigh Lateef Ahmad Teli S/o. Mohammad Akbar Teli Samreena Rafiq D/o. Mohammad Rafiq Dar Amjad Hussain Batoo S/o.Nisar Ahmad Batoo Shabir Ahmad Wani S/o. Ghulam Ahmad Wani

Barbar Shah, Near S.P Collage Srinagar 655/2E Housing Colony Bimina Srinagr Khushipora, Abban Shah, HMT, Srinagar Bemina Bilal Colony Sector 2c H.No.445 Sgr kralyar, Rainawari Kounsar Colony Rawalpora Srinagar Danpora, Brain , Nishat, Srinagar Maloora Srinagar Gurupora Rainawari Srinagar Habak Naseembagh Srinagar Newtheed Harwan Srinagar Nowpora Nawakadal Srinagar Vethpora, Pandrethan Srinagar Shivpora,Srinagar Nigeen Bagh Srinagar Aram Wani Zero Bridge Srinagar Khawajabagh, Tailbal, Srinagar Kathmaidan Zadibal Srinagar Zadibal, Srinagar Burzahama, Hazratbal, Srinagar Umarabad HMT Srinagar Zero Bridge Rajbagh Syedpora Harwan Srinagar Nowpora,Cheshmashahi Srinagar Gowkadal Srinagar Shahfaisal colony upper Soura Srinagar Nayak Bagh, Nowgam, Srinagar Hawal, Srinagar Chekimethan, Baghimehtab Srinagar Diyarwani Batamaloo Srinagar Tailba Srinagar Kohai Nidan Rainwari Srinagar Raj Bagh, Kursoo, Srinagar Gasoo Hazratbal Srinagar Humza Mohalla, Omer Colony,Lal Bazar, Sgr Kalwal Mohalla Rainawari Srinagar Danamar Sangam Iddgah Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Rawalpora, Old Airport Srinagar Mir Mohalla, Gulab Bagh, Srinagar Khwajabagh Tailbal, Srinagar Lachmanpora Batamallo Srinagar Zaindar Mohalla, Habba Kadal, Srinagar Firdousabad, Batmaloo, Srinagar Brein, Nishat Srinagar Umarabad HMT Srinagar Tailbal, Khawaja Bagh, Srinagar Chanpora Natipora Srinagar Khusipora HMT Srinagar Qalamdanpora, Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Firdous Colony Ali Masjid Iddgah Srinagar Chanmohalla Chandpora, Harwan Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Baddi Wudar Kreshbal Srinagar

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Umar Rashid S/o.Abdul Rashid Ganie Zahoor Ahmad Mir S/o.Mohammad Yousuf Mir Suhail Ahmad Wani S/o. Ghulam Ahmad Wani Rohi Banoo D/o. Nisar Ahmad Batoo Ashiq Husain Wani S/o Bashir Ahmad Wani Mohd.Muzaffar Dandroo S/o.Mohd.Maqbool Dandroo Aasim Altaf Khan S/o Altaf Ahmad Khan Ahsan-ul-Haq Amin S/o. Mohd.Amin Dar Waseem Ahmad Shiekh S/o.Abdul Razak Shiekh Afaq Hilal Hamdani S/o Hilal Ahmad Hamdani Irshad Ahmad Haroon S/o. Mohd.Yousuf Haroon Nazia Nazir D/o. Nazir Ahmad Sofi Imran Hussain Bala S/o. Bashri Ahmad Bala Javid Ahmad Parray S/o. Ghulam Mohammad Parray Zareena Bhat D/o.Ghulam Mohi-u-din Bhat Amir Mushtaq Bhat S/o. Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat Aamir Hussain Dar S/o. Nasir Hussain Dar Ubaid Yousuf Teli S/o. Mohammad Yousuf Teli Neelofar Jan D/o. Muzaffar Ali Tanveer Ahmad Dar S/o.Abdul Samad Dar Imtiyaz Ahmad S/o. Ghulam Nabi Kumar Mohd Tasleem Dar S/o Mohd Shaban Dar Shahnaz Rafiq Reshi S/o Rafiq Ahmad Reshi Syed Ishrat Jan D/o.Syed Mohd.Syed Mohammad Waseem Khuroo S/o.Bashir Ahmad Khuroo Afreena Rafiq D/o. Mohammad Rafiq Dar Mehraj-u-din S/o. Ghulam Ahmad Rather Sayima Rafiq D/o. Rafiq Ahmad Ganie Tahir Maqbool Bhat S/o. Mohd.Maqbool Bhat Abid Hamid S/o. Abdul Hamid Bhat Asif Sultan Bhat S/o Mohd Sultan Baht Shabir Ahmad Mir S/o Khursheed Ahmad Mir Murtaza Ali S/o. Mohd.Maqbool Mir Danish Mehraj S/o. Mehraj-u-din Puttoo Feroz Ahmad Reshi S/o. Ghulam Mohammad Reshi Zulfikar Ali Wani S/o.Ghulam Hassan Wani Younis Ahmad Magray S/o.Ghulam Nabi Magray Asia Jan D/o.Abdul Samad Dar Javid Ahmad Bhat S/o. Abdul Rashid Bhat Mohammad Hussain Akhoon S/o. Mohd Qasim Akhoon Ovais Aslam S/o Mohd Aslam Bhat Naseema Banoo D/o Sh Mohd Jabar Sofi Suhail Ahmad Rather S/o.Ghulam Mohd.Rather Nasir Mohammad S/o Ghulam Mohd Bhat

Diyarwani Batamaloo Srinagar Shalimar Srinagar Sidiqabad Batamaloo Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Zawoora Panthachowk Srinagar Eidgah, Ganderpora Srinagar Eidgah Ganderpora Srinagar Nowgam Bonipora Srinagar Batamaloo Srinagar Madh Bagh Nowshera Srinagar Akilmir Khanyar Srinagar Habak Naseembagh Srinagar Rakh-i-Arth, Bemina Srinagar Bhagat Barzulla Srinagar Shalabagh Zadibal Mughal Mohalla chattabal Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Umarhair Buchpora Srinagar Kathmaidan Zadibal Srinagar Nowpora,Cheshmashahi Srinagar Riyazteng Khanyar Srinagar Ikhrajpora, Jawahar Nagar Srinagar Govt, Housing Colony Chanpora Srinagar Molvi Stop Lalbazar Srinagar Dagpora Soura Srinagar Khushalsar Zadibal Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Firdousabad, Batmaloo, Srinagar Khwajabagh Tailbal, Srinagar Newtheed Harwan Srinagar Zawoora Srinagar Brain Nishat Srinagar Kakerpora, Pratapgarh Srinagar Nowpora, Srinagar Brain Nishat Srinagar Patlipora Payeen Chattabal, Srinagar Soiteng Srinagar Nowpora,Cheshmashahi Srinagar Habak Naseembagh Srinagar JKPC Colony Badamwari Hawal Srinagar New Theed Harwan Srinagar Gulshan Bagh, Bota Kadal, Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar New Theed ,Harwan , Srinagar

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Name of the candidate with parentage

Firdous Ahmad Mir S/o. Feroz Ahmad Mir Mehraj-u-din Mir S/o. Feroz Ahmad Mir Maqsood Ahmad Dar S/o. Bashir Ahmad Dar Abid Ahmad Ganie S/o.Ghulam Ahmad Ganie Jehangir Ahmad Dar S/o. Bashir Ahmad Dar Zahoor Ahmad Chopan S/o.Ali Mohd. Chopan Mudasir Rashid S/o Ab. Rashid Reshi

Shahnawaz Ahmad Ganie S/o.Ghulam Mohd. Ganie

Naseer Ahmad Ganie S/o. Mohd. Rafiq Ganie Nisar Ahmad Khutto S/o. Mohd Ramzan Khutto Abdul Hamid Ganie S/o. Bashir Ahmad Ganie Mehraj din kuthoo S/o. Gh.Nabi Kuthoo Zahoor Ahmad Bhat S/o. Mohd Maqbool Bhat Momina Akhtar D/o. Ghulam Rasool Rather Parvaiz Ahmad Khan S/o.Bashir Ahmad Khan Mehraj-u-din Bhat S/o. Ghulam Nabi Bhat Javeed Ahmad Dar S/o.Abdul Rehman Dar Arif Qadir Rather S/o. Ghulam Qadir Rather Shanaza Akhtar D/o. Ghulam Rasool Rather Showket Ahmad Bhat S/o Late Gh Nabi Bhat Sajad Ahmad Rather S/o. Mohd.Maqbool Rather Rouf Ahmad Rather S/o. Bashir Ahmad Rather Ajaz Ahmad Bhat S/o. Abdul Rehman Bhat Manzoor Ahmad Mughal S/o.Mohd.Shafi Mughal Showkat Ahmad Khan S/o.Ghulam Ahmad Khan Bashir Ahmad Kathoo S/o. Mohd Ramzan Kathoo Javeed Ahmad Bhat S/o. Khazir Mohammad Bhat Mohd.Imran S/o. Ghulam Hassan Asif Ismail Kuthoo S/o. Mohammad Ismail Kuthoo

Chekidara, Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara,Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar

Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara, Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara, Harwan Srinagar. Dara, Sriangar Dara Harwan Srinagar19-02-2014 Nagbal Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar cheki Dara Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Check Dara, Harwan, Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Nagbal Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara, Harwan Srinagar Dara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara Harwan Srinagar Chekidara, Harwan Srinagar Dara, Harwan Srinagar

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Name of the candidate with parentage

Residence

Rooky Manndi S/o. Hans Raj Vevak Kumar S/o. Puranchand Bintu Kumar S/o. Subhash Chander Kamal Kumar S/o. Lt.Sain Dass Ajay Kumar S/o. Subhash Chander Sunil Kumar S/o. Rattan Chand Rakesh Kumar S/o. Ajit Raj Yash Paul S/o. Bachan Lal Jaipal S/o.Shanker Dass Parbinder Kumar S/o Late Jagdish Raj Gagan Kumar S/o.Ram Rattan Sanjeet Kumar S/o. Tej Ram Krishan Lal S/o Girhari Lal Rajesh Kumar S/o. Tarsem Lal Shashi Kumar S/o.Satpal

Deoli, Biswah Jammu Ward No.3 Indira Colony Kathua Village Nagrota District Kathua Paloura Moh Khajuria Jammu Village Nagrota District Kathua V.P.O Chan Rerian Kathua R.S.pora Jammu Qutub Nizam R.S Pora Village Swankha Samba R.S.Pors Jammu Jathali, BPO Prem Nagar Doda Jodhpur Doda VPO Chak Bana Jammu Mirpur Ram Kathua Jabowal Bisnah, Jammu

Category

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Residence

Ajaz Ahmad Luchi S/o. Abdul Rashid Luchi Mohammad Munshi S/o. Kalam Din Tabasum Gogar Goryal D/o. Habibullah Gogra Goryal Raja Naseem S/o. Mohd.Ishaq Luchi Mushtaq Ahmad Famda S/o.Lt.Shams-u-din Famda Imtiyaz Ahmad Khatana S/o.Habibullah Khatana Mohammad Younis Famda S/o. Abdul Latief Famda Gh. Hassan Wani S/o. Lassa wani Mohammad Hanief Famda S/o.Sayian Famda Shoib Mohd.Luchi S/o. Abdul Rashid Luchi Mohd Iqbal Khatana S/o Gh Mohd Khatana Amir Younis Khan S/o Mohammad Younis Khan Mohd.Aslam Kathana S/o. Umar-u-din Kathana Mohd.Rafiq Khan Bajran Gojar S/oAb Rashid Khan Gojar Bajran

Nagbal Dara Harwan Srinagar Sangri Khanmoh Srinagar Balgarden Srinagar Nagbal Dara Harwan Srinagar Mulnar Harwan Srinagar Dard Khowar Dara Srinagar Mulnar Srinagar A/P Bagh Jogi Lanker, Rainawari, Srinagar Faquir Gojree Dara Srinagar Nagbal Dara Harwan Srinagar Check Dara, Fiqir Gujree Harwan, Srinagar Nagabal Dara Harwan Srinagar Faqir Gojree Dara Srinagar Cheki Dara Drardkhowra Srinagar

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Isfa Yaseen D/o Mohd Yaseen Mir Owais Hamid Baht S/o Abdul Hanid Bhat Bilal Ahmad Mir S/o.Abdul Majeed Mir Zuhaiba Nazir D/o.Nazir Ahmad Bhat Mushtaq-ul-Mehraj S/o. Mehraj-u-din Dar

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1 Ashiq Jeelani Rather S/o.Ghulam Qadir Rather 2 Naseer Ahmad Malik s/O Bashir Ahmad Malik

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Rakash Kumar S/o Gharu Ram Amandeep S/o Sh Janak Raj Prinka Hans S/o Tara Chand Gagan Kumar S/o Ram Rattan Sunil Kumar S/o Sh Kashmiri Lal

No:- CHO/Sgr/Estt/2598-2604 Dated:-10-02-2014 No:- CHO/Sgr/Estt/2598-2604 DIPK:13679 Dated:-10-02-2014

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Residence

Javeed Ahmad Dar S/o. Abdul Rashid Dar Fayaz Ahmad Bhat S/o. Abdul Rehman Bhat Sajad Ahmad Bhat S/o.Mohammad Ramzan Bhat Asif Ahmad Sofi S/o. Abdul Rehman Sofi Mehraj-u-din Ganie S/o.Ghulam Qadir Ganie Aabid Ahmad Malik S/o. Bashir Ahmad Malik Aashiq Hussain Khutto S/o.Ghulam Hassan Khutto

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Katli Gala Bana Jammu Jindlehar pochohala Jammu Check nathal Kathua Drownki Doda Badhori Tapyal Samba

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Chief Horticulture Officer, Srinagar. (Chairman DLC for Requirement to Class IV Post)

Sd/-Chief Horticulture Officer, Srinagar. (Chairman DLC for Requirement to Class IV Post)

Copy to the:1. Director Horticulture Kashmir for favour of information. 2. District Development Commissioner, Srinagar for favour of information. 3. Horticulture Information and Publication Officer, Srinagar for information and with the request to get the notice Published in leading local dailies of Kashmir and Jammu. 4-5 Director Radio Kashmir/Director Doordarshan Kashmir for information, with the request to broadcast/telecast the notice in Rozgar Samachar Bulletin. 6. District Information Officer, Srinagar for information with the request to host the notification in the official website of Srinagar District.

Category Date of zabarwantimes@gmail.com Publised at Govt. Owner , Printer & Publisher: Suhail Malik Editor -in-Chief: RNI NO. JKBII/2011/39764, Email: S.No Shahana Name of theMalik candidate with parentage Residence interview Quarters , M-13 Magarmal Bagh Srinagar-190001 J&K, Printed at:-1 Sangarmal Offset Press Humhama Sheikhpora Tele/Fax: 2478370 Cell No. 09999964750, 9796 787844 20-02-2014 RBA Javeed Ahmad Dar S/o. Abdul Rashid Dar Chekidara, Harwan Srinagar

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY | 14 | 2014

MHRD sanctions construction of 19 Model Schools: Mir Saifullah Construction work of 32326 school buildings completed, work on 26274 apace under SSA, RMSA

lakh for Kashmir and Rs. 898.48 lakh for Ladkah Divisions. The Minister said that construction work of these model schools could not be started as the executing agencies had quoted much higher rate than the fixed ceiling cost of MHRD. He said, however, on the advice of MHRD fresh estimates have been formulated by JKPCC and submitted to the MHRD for release of balance funds. The Minister informed that JAMMU, FEBRUARY 13- Minister simultaneously a proposal has been for Law, Justice and Parliamentary submitted to Planning and DevelopAffairs, Mr. Mir Saifullah on behalf of Deputy Chief Minister today in- ment Department for accord of approval to start these works with the formed the House that Ministry of Human Resource Development has assurance for the provision of balance funding in a phased manner. sanctioned 19 model schools for The Minister also informed educationally backward blocks of the State in phase-I on fixed cost of Rs. that against the target of construction of 58704 school buildings in the 3.62 lakh. State under SSA, 32222 school buildReplying to a question by Mr. Abdul Rehman Veeri in the House, ings have been completed and work the Minister informed that construc- on 25914 are under progress at varition work of these schools was as- ous stages. He said against the target signed to JKPCC and the concerned of construction of 526 high school Corporation prepared estimates for buildings under RMSA, 104 school Lone Kangan Khan News Agency Ganderbal buildings have been completed and load bearing structure at the News rate of Agency work onSoura 360 high school buildings Gulzar News Agency Zahid Book Depot Chadoora Rs. 534.80 lakh for Jammu, Rs. 647.07

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Dr. Manohar presents Annual Financial Statement for 2014-15 in LC

JAMMU, FEBRUARY 13 Minister of State for Finance Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma presented the Annul Financial Statement for the year 2014-15 in the Legislative Council today. The Minister also delivered the Budget speech after presenting the Annul Financial Statement. Subsequently, Dr. Manohar also presented Statement of Supplementary Expenditure for the year 2013-14.

No regular appointment of non-gazetted, Class-IV employees made by CUJ: Lone Minister for Higher Education, Mr. Mohammad Akbar Lone today informed the House that no regular appointment of non-gazetted and Class-IV categories has been made by Central University Jammu (CUJ), adding that engagement of 23 non-gazetted and Class-IV employees has been made on deputation and contract basis, besides 89 such employees including 48 security personnel were engaged through out sourcing by the University. Replying to a question by Mr. S.S. Slathia, the Higher Education Minister said that 28 local candidates both in Non-gazetted and Class-IV category were engaged by the University on deputation/ contract basis and through outsourced, adding that there is no separate quota for the local youth for employment in the University.

Centre sanctions 7 Sub Health Centers in Khansahib constituency: Sham Lal Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Mr Sham Lal Sharma today informed the House that Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has sanctioned 7 new Sub- Health Centres in Khansahib constituency, adding that establishment of new Primary Health Centre at Shogpora has been taken up with Planning & Development Department for approval. Replying to a question by Hakim Mohammad Yasin in the House, the Minister informed that these new Sub Health Centres sanctioned by the Centre would be opened in Hariwani, Sharoo,Arizal, Dachan, Klashipora, Hardwail and Talpora of Khanshaib constituency. He said as per the standing norms, the villages Zagoo and Kharyan do not qualify for establishment of Primary Health Centres. The Minister also informed the House that construction work of 266 PHC and NTPHC buildings has been taken up in the State during last 5 years under State and Centre Plans.

No malls constructed against provision of law: Jora The Minister for Urban Development and Urban Local Bodies, Mr. Nawang Rigzin Jora while replying to a question by Mr. Jugal Kishore said that no mall has been constructed against any provision of law; however, matter related to one mall constructed at Katra is presently sub-Judice. The Minister informed the House that permission for opening cinema hall at Katra was granted in 1980-81 and in the year 1987, permission was granted for hotel at the adjoining land of cinema hall, thereafter in 2010-11 the owner of these buildings applied for PVR permission with District Administration and on the other hand took the case to the Tribunal and the case is sub-Judice as on date. He further said that two permissions for construction of malls with cinema halls have been given by JMC, besides permission for construction of a mall with provision of cinema has been given by the Municipal Council Kathua. He said the building permission case for construction of a mall with cinema hall has been granted by JDA recently. Mr. Naresh Gupta also raised supplementary on the ques-

are apace at different stages. The Minister said that J&KBOSE is involved in curriculum development and preparation of syllabus which includes review/revision of series of text books with the help of experts from School Education Department. He said to safeguard the interests of students to dislodge ambiguity; the BOSE has introduced certain measures for curbing menace of copying, strengthening of grading system at secondary level besides strengthening of continuous and comprehensive evaluation scheme. The Minister said that 68% schools have shown cent percent results and most of the schools have shown good performance in Kashmir division adding that out of 1102 schools only 37 High and higher secondary schools have shown poor performance. He said the teaching staff of those schools who show poor performance are being penalized by stopping annual increments, adding that SIEs and DIETs are being advised to adopt such schools to improve the levels of learning for their efficiency.

While the market has already functional units including office buildings, cold store buildings, ice plants, pump house, the up-gradation would include construction of 10whole sale shops, 4retail units, with a waste management plant, water harvesting plant, one meeting hall and one ice flakes store. The market will also have a parking capacity of 50 vehicles for loading and unloading of fish stock at one time Speaking on the occasion, the Ministers said that the second phase of the project including Installation of modern machinery at cold store and ice plant, besides procurement of refrigerated

ers associated with the fisheries trade. The Minister for Housing, Horticulture and Culture Mr. Raman Bhalla stressed upon the department to act as facilitator and maintain the hygiene and prices of the fish for the benefit of all the stakeholders. He hoped that the department will complete this project in a time bound manner to facilitate the fish farmers.The Ministers directed the executing agencyto ensure completion of this project within a stipulated time frame for early benefits to the fishermen community and fish farmers. Senior officers of the department of Fisheries, Horticulture, Horticulture

tion.

Establishing Muslim Madrasa Board in State on anvil: Peerzada

JAMMU, FEBRUARY 13- The creation of Madrasa Board in every state is a national policy and its formation in the State is under active consideration of the Government on which J&K State Wakf Council is actively working. This information was given by the Minister for Haj, Auqaf and Floriculture, Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed while replying to a question by Dr. Bashir Ahmad Veeri in the Legislative Council today.Peerzada said that the Wakf Board is maintaining the specified Wakfs and Wakf properties shown in the J&K, Board for Specified Wakf and Specified Wakf properties Act 2004. He said that the organization has already some educational institutions including Madrasas, which are financed by Wakf Board, where basic Quranic education is provided to the students. The Minister further informed that a Committee has already been constituted which would visit UP and Bihar State and submit a comprehensive and detailed proposal for establishment of Muslim Madrasa Board in the State on the pattern of Madrasa Boards of these States.Mr. Jehangir Husssain Mir, Khalid Najeeb Suhrawardy, Mr. Ghulam Qadir Pardesi, Dr. Shehnaz Ganai and Sheikh Ghulam Rasool raised supplementaries on the question.

2nd Phase of RGGVY soon: Vikar The 2nd phase of Rajeev Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yo-

jana (RGGVY) would be started very soon to cater to the leftover un-electrified villages in the state including those of Doda. The information was given by the Minister of State for Power, Mr. Vikar Rasool while replying to a question by Mr. Khalid Najeeb Suharwardy in the Legislative Council today. The Minister further informed the House that the DPR for augmentation of the power grid at Khellani and Receiving Station Doda will be prepared and augmented accordingly.

Dr. B. A. Veeri raised supplementary on the question. While replying to another question raised by Mr. Ghulam Nabi Monga, the Minister on behalf of the Minister for R&B informed the House that the expected date of completion of the 4-lane road from Parimpora Srinagar to Narbal is 2017 and is being developed from National Highway double-lane (NHDL) specifications to National Highway 4-Lane (NHFL), the take-off point being Parimpora (Km 6.75 to 14.20 Km). The Minister further informed the House that the project BEACON has approached Ministry for Roads, Transport and Highways, GOI for conveying in principal approval for conducting feasibility study and preparation of DPR for construction of flyover on Srinagar-Baramulla-Uri (NH-1) at HMT crossing Shalteng, the approval of which is awaited. Mr. Viqar further informed the House that the National Highway Srinagar-Baramulla-Uri (NH-1) from Km 14.20 to Km 101 has been developed by Project BEACON to National Highway Double Lane specifications expect for a stretch of 1.69 Kms, which is expected to be completed by 2015. Mr. G. Q. Perdesi and Mr. Nayeem Akhter raised supplementaries on the question. Replying to a question by Devender Singh Rana regarding handing over of Dulhasti HEP to the State Government as recommended by Rangarajan Committee, Mr. Vikar Rasool informed that a Cabinet Sub-Committee was constituted vide Government order No. 638-GAD of 2011 dated 01-06-2011 based on Cabinet decision No.114/13/2011 dated 26/05/2011 to look into various issues arising from the terms and conditions of the entrustment of hydroelectric projects to the NHPC.

Marketing and Processing and Cooperatives were also present on the occasion. Meanwhile the Department of Fisheries also organised one day training programme on Fish Culture and Management for the fish farmers and fishermen of Jammu division. The programme organized under RKVY was chaired by Minister for Fisheries and Cooperatives Dr. ManoharLal Sharma and Minister for Housing, Horticulture and Culture Sh. Raman Bhalla. The Ministers interacted with the fish farmers and fisher folk and highlighted the importance of blue revolution (fish production) in augmenting economy of the state, besides providing employment to the rural masses.Director Fisheries R.K.Dogra briefed the gathering about the increasing fish farming activities in the state. The farmers were made aware about the importance and benefits of fish culture with emphasis on water quality and disease management in fish ponds. The lectures on innovative techniques for enhancing the fish production were delivered by Assistant Director FisheriesSh. Joginder Lal, Project Officer RFFDA, Jammu Sh. Sanjesh Gupta and Extension Officer, Jammu R.K.Moza.

The Minister said that the Committee submitted its report to the Government and the Cabinet accepted the recommendations of the Committee. J&K SPDC was authorized to work out the present cost of the project on the basis of internationally accepted norms prevailing in the industry which could form the basis for further negotiations with Government of India and NHPC. The J&K SPDC is in process of finalizing the cost of the projects.

Shopping Complex in New Colony Sopore in offing: Dr Manohar Minister of State for Cooperative Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma,

replying to a question by Mr. Muhammad Muzaffar Parray, informed the House that the Cooperative Department is contemplating to construct a shopping complex comprising 47 shops in New Colony Sopore on the Cooperative land. The Minister informed that the Society, since its inception, has land available measuring 72 kanals, 13 Marlas. He said a godown has been constructed there with an estimated cost of Rs. 117.70 lakh for storage purposes, however, presently it has been decided to rent out the said building for generating income for society. The Minister informed that now the position has changed and there is no need for stocking of fertilizers. Therefore, it was decided that the building would be rented out for generating income to the Society. The building has been rented out, after publishing the offers in Kashmir Uzma (two times), Greater Kashmir and in Sheharbeen programme of Radio Kashmir for ensuring transparency. The building has been rented out on an annual rent of Rs. 3 lakh with increase of 6 percent after every three years.

45 road projects taken up in Jammu district: Wani Minister for R&B, Mr. Abdul Majid Wani today informed the House that 45 road projects involving total cost of Rs. 93.41 crore have been crore taken up for execution during last two years under NABARD, CRF and PMGSY schemes in Jammu District. Replying to a question by Mrs. Indu Pawar in the House, the R&B Minister informed that 14 road projects were taken up for execution at total estimated cost of Rs. 31.37 crore in Jammu District under NABARD and against those works Rs. 8.47 crore were expended upto the end of last fiscal while as Rs. 2.45 crore were released on these projects during current fiscal. The Minister informed that under CRF the construction work of four lanning of Satwari, Kunjwani phase II has been sanctioned at an estimated cost of Rs. 13.37 crore and against which Rs. 12.15 crore stand released during current fiscal. The Minister said that construction work of 30 road projects under PMGSY involving total cost of Rs. 48.67 crore has been taken up in Jammu district during last two years. He said Rs. 15.88 crore have been expended on the execution of these road projects till last December. The Minister said that construction work on bridge Ladore to Halqa Bridge was taken up at an estimated cost of Rs. 62 lakh and Rs. 2 lakh were released last fiscal for the construction of the said bridge. Mr. Ashwani Sharma, Mr. Jugal Kishore, Mr. Ashok Khajuria, Syed Basharat Bukahri, Mr. Yashpal Kundal, Mr. Aijaz Ahmed Jan, Prof. Gharu Ram and Mr. Jagdish Raj Sapolia raised supplementaries and demanded time bound completion of road projects, besides taking up of new ones under different schemes in their constituencies.

HOROSCOPE Aries

March 21-April 19

Working at home might be the answer for you today, Aries. You could be physically and mentally worn out from working too hard, but you still have important tasks to complete. You may operate better on your own territory right now, without having to fight traffic or parking problems. You tend to be very conscientious where work is concerned, sometimes to your own detriment. Don’t do this today; otherwise you might burn yourself out.

Taurus April 20-May 20

News you may receive about your place of business or the people you work for might bring up some doubts about your future in this organization, Taurus. You might feel that you aren’t getting anywhere. You might be considering the possibility of changing jobs or even careers. Someone may put forth a type of opportunity that you’ve never considered before. Think about it, but don’t decide for a few days.

Gemini May 21-June 21

Paperwork involving money might seem a bit overwhelming today, Gemini, and you might ask a friend for advice or assistance. This person probably knows what it’s all about, so listen even though you might not understand much of what he or she says! Financial benefits could be in the wind. You may be entertaining outrageous fantasies of what you’re going to buy with it all. Dream all you want, but be practical when the windfall comes!

Cancer June 22-July 22

Some rather tedious and boring paperwork you have to handle for your business might be a pain in the neck now, Cancer, but it should bring a lot of benefits to you later. Therefore, you’ll want to exercise your usual conscientiousness in order to assure that it gets completed. Your diligence and dedication should attract the attention of those in authority, so expect advancement in some way. Onward and upward!

Leo

July 23-August 22 Books, lectures, and other sources of information regarding spiritual, metaphysical, or religious matters could have your mind spinning, Leo. What you read or hear is likely to be fascinating, but you might be too overwhelmed to make sense of it right now. Don’t feel that you have to get it all together today. Do something else, let it all stew, and tomorrow its meaning could all appear to you in a rush.

Virgo

August 23-September 22

A goal related to business or finance that is very important to you could require you to pay a lot of attention to paperwork today, Virgo. You’re likely to spend most of the day on it since a deadline may be involved. Take care, however, that you don’t get so caught up in a quest for perfection that you stress yourself out. Sometimes obsessive attention can sabotage the very aim you’re working toward. Stay focused and pace yourself.

Libra

September 23-October 23 The establishment of a new business partnership could require a lot of paperwork today, Libra. It might be really tedious trying to make sense of all the jargon involved, but it’s important to you, so you’re likely to be more persistent than usual. Someone more familiar with these matters could explain the ins and outs to you. This is likely to be a very fortunate development for you, so don’t lose heart. Hang in there!

Scorpio October 24-November 21 Legal documents that concern your business may need to be executed today, Scorpio. There might be a lot of paper to wade through, not to mention jargon that appears indecipherable. Don’t get too impatient, however, as this is important. Instead, find someone more familiar with this sort of thing and get him or her to explain it all to you. Then, assuming it’s agreeable, take care of it and move on. The results should be well worth it!

Sagittarius November 22-December 21

Today you might consider making an investment of time, energy, and perhaps a little money in a creative project of some kind, Sagittarius. This could also involve modern technology in some way. You could have several colleagues who want to work with you on this, and therefore the entire enterprise could be very exciting. Be sure not to lose sight of the practical details involved or you might never get it off the ground.

Capricorn December 22-January 19

Visitors might come to your home today to discuss business of some kind, Capricorn, perhaps job related, perhaps about an enterprise you’re developing on your own. If you aren’t careful, however, you could get caught up in conversations that are more social than practical and thus lose sight of the reasons you got together. Stay focused on the matter at hand and you could be pleasantly surprised at the results.

Aquarius January 20-February 18

A rush of excess ambition could cause you to channel a lot of your physical and mental energy into whatever work you’re doing right now, Aquarius. This might involve writing, teaching, or speaking in some way. As a result of your zeal, your body could be exhausted but your mind spinning like a top, even though the thoughts coming up may be scattered. It might be best to pace yourself now more than you’re inclined to. Stay focused!

Pisces

February 19-March 20 An upcoming visit from someone close may have you working overtime in order to fix up your house, Pisces. Therefore, you could be tempted to go crazy buying decorative items. This is fine up to a point, but be careful! Some of the stuff that looks good in the store might not look quite the same once you get it home. Your guest is more interested in seeing you.


EDITORIAL/ OPINION Stray dog menace- A grave problem

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ashmir valley is confronted with many problems including the erratic power and water supply besides other day to day problems which make the life of common people a hell in this chilly winter. In addition to the big problems there are smaller problems which have made the life risky particularly that of children, women and old people. For example the menace of stray dogs in the city of Srinagar as well as in other towns and villages is assuming the shape of one of the most dangerous problems. The stray dogs have increased many fold, so have increased the number of the people mostly children and women who have been bitten by the stray dogs. Some of the children have even been killed in the dog attacks. It is really shocking that the hands of authorities have been tied by so called NGOs who are up in arms when any step is initiated by Municipal Corporations against huge number of stray dogs. These NGOs have no sympathy for humans whom these dogs make their prey every day but for the sake of money and name these NGOs do not allow any action of the concerned authorities which could help to get rid of these stray dogs. There is no doubt that every human or animal has right to live but when one’s life becomes endangered by the presence of other, some steps have to be taken to protect the life of the specie which is victim of the attacks. The Srinagar Municipal Corporation had made arrangements to catch stray dogs and put them at dog house arranged for them so that the citizens are protected from them. But the insufficient space and staff has created hindrances in this project also and the result is that every day we are hearing the news of one person or the other been attacked by the stray dogs. Recently a small child was dragged out of his house by dogs in absence of his parents and killed, thus ending a precious life. The government has to think about the increasing dog menace and chalk out a strategy which can neutralize the dogs without providing any opportunity to so called NGOs to make hue and cry. If this is not done it will become impossible for children, women and old people even to venture out of their houses as the strength of stray dogs has risen to thousands in the city itself, not the question of other towns and villages.

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She Taxi- Offers a Safe Journey for Women

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he Taxi, the 24X7 taxi service operated by women for women travellers, will be launched soon at Kochi city, after the successful implementation of the project in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala. The service initiated by the Gender Park which functions under the Department of Social Justice, Government of Kerala has been designed to ensure a safe and reliable mode of transport for women as well as to encourage entrepreneurship and self-employment among women. The ‘24x7 She Taxi Service’ has an advanced safety enabled technology that would make travelling much safer and secure. Travellers can book the cab via online or mobile on a 24X7 basis. The traveller can dial a specific service number to book the taxi, which will be unique for the entire state. The traveler will receive a Unique Identification Code along with a 24x7 She Taxi service number. This will allow the traveler to verify the cab number before boarding the cab. The cab service will pick the traveler from the designated boarding point and drop at the specified destination. The traveller will have the option to make payment via cash, debit card or credit card. In order to avoid any disputes on the travel fare, an electronic payment system will be introduced. Various other features such as refreshment mini bar and entertainment facilities including music, play stations are also provided in the cabs. The cab, designed and integrated with Global Positioning system(GPS) will enable to monitor and track the activities of the traveller as well as the driver and will facilitate immediate aid in case of any emergency situation. The cabs are also programmed to de-mobilize the cab based on the directions from the ‘24x7 Emergency Call Centre’ to ensure a higher degree of pro-active safety element especially during unforeseen circumstances. Safe Bus, Safe Me, Safe Me Mobile and Safe City Response Ecosystem are the major safety offering technologies used in She Taxi service. The Safe bus technology used to control the speed, sudden break, and sudden turn and to ensure engine safety condition to improve the driving behavior. Safe Me is a personal emergency alert service to the She Taxi drivers and the passengers inside the cab. Safe Me Mobile is a mobile based emergency alert application for She Taxi drivers outside the car.

A control room had been set up to track and monitor the operations of the cab on a constant basis. All alerts will be received and vehicles will be proactively monitored from this control room. The support of public safety officers is also available. She Taxi is a project that enhances women entrepreneurship, self employment and financial security of women. The Kerala State Women’s Development Corporation, another associate of the project, will give financial support for the entrepreneurs. KSWDC will provide loans for the entrepreneurs at a lower interest rate to purchase the vehicle. Gender Park is the owner of She Taxi service and they manage overall monitoring and coordination. Gender Park will identify the beneficiaries, select and extend fund support to them. Gender Park will organize promotional and branding activities of the project, awareness and training programmes to the entrepreneurs. Gender Park is an autonomous institution pro-

moted by the Government of Kerala to resolve gender inequity in development. Gender Park acts as a convergence centre for Women Studies, Research Activities, Entrepreneurship Initiatives, Documentation, Library, Education, Health and Support, Business and Trade, Productive Sectors, etc. It has been created to tackle the problems and issues of women and to ensure better social security in all aspects of their well-being. At Gender Park, various activities of women are pooled into a common platform irrespective of social, political or economic divisions. She Taxi Service is expected to solve the travelling problem of women in late hours up to an extent. It will support the women travellers from working category and the tourists visiting Kerala. The security and living standard of women will project the development level of a State. Hence She Taxi, a public sector initiative for women empowerment will be the start of a new epoch.

Mother's Milk

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Aejaz Iqbal

rom the moment a baby opens its eyes to this world, its body must adapt to a new life. Every factor to facilitate this adaptation has been put into effect during and after the pregnancy. The clearest example of this is the stage of the formation of mother's milk. The formation of the milk is provided by the mother's hormones. The production of milk is connected basically to a hormone called "prolactin" produced by the anterior pituitary gland in the brain. During pregnancy, the progesterone and the oestrogen hormones produced by the placenta prevent prolactin from being activated and producing milk. But the placenta is discharged after birth causing the level of progesterone and oestrogen in the blood to fall; after this, prolactin comes into action and contributes to the formation of milk. Because of this communication among the hormones, such a valuable nutrient as mother's milk is prepared exactly at the moment when the baby needs it. This is indeed a momentous exchange of information. While the placenta is in the body, it performs vital tasks but at the right time it must be ejected. This brings with it a very important development for human life. In the stages of human creation all the things that take place complement one another. Certainly, these are clear proofs that every human being has been constructed by a supreme power. And these stages continue after the baby has come into the world. The production of milk by the mother increases according to the baby's need for nourishment. In the first days, up to 50 g. is produced; in the sixth month, the production may be as high as one litre. Those scientists who have tried to find the formula for mother's milk

have been unsuccessful after long investigations because there is no standard type of mother's milk. In every mother's body, milk is produced according to the needs of her own baby, and this milk nourishes the baby in a way that no other extraneous nourishment can. Research has shown that the antibodies, hormones, vitamins and minerals in mother's milk are determined by the needs of the baby. The use of nutrient material other than mother's milk does not completely meet the needs of the baby. For example, no other nutrient material contains the antibodies required for the baby's immune system. Cow's milk is considered to be the classic nutrient material for babies. When we compare it with mother's milk, we can better understand the superiority of the latter. In cow's milk there is a higher amount of casein than in human milk. Casein is a protein found in coagulated (sour) milk. This material breaks down into larger pieces in the stomach making digestion difficult. For this reason, cow's milk is harder to digest than mother's milk. The fact that little of this material is found in mother's milk makes the baby's digestion easier. These two kinds of milk are also different with regard to the composition of amino acids. Due to this difference in composition, the total number of amino acids present in the plasma of a baby fed with cow's milk is greater; the level of some amino acids is too high while the level of others is too low. This has negative effects on the nervous system and, because of the higher protein content, places an extra burden on the kidneys. Another factor that makes mother's milk different is its sugar content. In mother's milk and cow's milk there is the same kind of sugar-lactose. But the amount of lactose in human milk (L / 7g) is different from

that in cow's milk (L / 4.8g). Besides, the large coagulated particles of cow's milk pass much more slowly through the small intestine. For this reason, high amounts of fluid and lactose, which are very important, are absorbed in the first section of the small intestine. Coagulated particles of mother's milk (unlike those of cow's milk) pass through the small intestine easily, and lactose and fluid reach the large intestine. In this way, a healthy intestinal structure develops. The second advantage of the great quantity of lactose found in human milk is that it ensures the synthesis of a material called "cerebroside", which plays an important role in the construction of the essential structures of the nervous system. Despite the fact that the fat level in mother's milk and cow's milk is almost the same, the quality of those fats is different. The linoleic acid in mother's milk is the only fatty acid required in the nourishment of the baby. Another factor that distinguishes mother's milk is the amount and proportion of the salt and minerals it contains. For example, in cow's milk the amount of calcium and phosphorus is high; but the ratio of calcium to phosphorus in cow's milk makes it difficult to digest properly. Phosphorus can combine with calcium in the digestive tract and actually prevent the absorption of calcium. Therefore, if a baby is given cow's milk in the first days of its life, the way can be opened to certain abnormalities due to a drop of the level of calcium in the blood. 1 Apart from this, human milk is 50% iron. Because cow's milk contains a much lower proportion of this mineral, babies fed on cow's milk can develop anaemia linked to iron deficiency. Richness in vitamins is another factor that makes mother's milk indispensable for

the baby. From the point of view of the vitamins they contain, mother's milk and cow's milk are quite different. Despite the fact that the level of vitamin A is the same, the level of vitamins E, C and K is higher in mother's milk. The amount of vitamin D in mother's milk is sufficient for the baby's needs. A baby coming into the world from the protected, bacteria-free womb of its mother must fight against several bacteria in the external world. One of the most important features of mother's milk is that it protects the baby from infections. The protective cells (antibodies) that pass from the mother's milk to the baby cause the baby to start fighting against bacteria it had never known before, as if it had actually been informed. The antibodies contained in great quantities in the form of mother's milk called "colostrum", which is secreted in the first few days after birth, perform an especially protective function. This protection that mother's milk provides for the baby (protection from slight infections to very serious ones), is vitally important for the first few months, and its benefits increase in proportion to the period of breast feeding. The benefits to the baby of mother's milk become more evident every passing day. One of the things scientists have discovered about mother's milk is that it is highly beneficial for a baby up to two years of age. The importance of this recent discovery was revealed to us 14 centuries ago: We have instructed man concerning his parents. Bearing him caused his mother great debility and the period of his weaning was two years: "Give thanks to Me and to your parents. I am your final destination." (Qur'an, 31: 14) Aejaz Iqbal (Microbiologist) Nadihal Bandipora aijazsmile@gmail.com

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