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Srinagar, May 09: Strongly condemning the killing of a Panch , Gul Mohammad Bhat in Wanpoh area of Kulgam district, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said it is an act of cowardice which amounts to contempt for basic tenants of humanity. In a statement the party president, Mehbooba Mufti said reoccurrence of such dastardly incidents is unfortunate and these are neither going to solve our problems nor will lead us anywhere. She said there is complete breakdown of law and order in Kashmir and the Omar Abdullah’s government has lost its See PDP On PG 11..

Man injured in road mishap Srinagar, May 09: One person was injured in a road accident in Srinagar last evening. A Tata 407 bearing registration number JK01D/3370 skidded off the road near Mughal Darbar restaurant in the jurisdiction of police station Kothibagh, resulting in injuries to Farooq Ahmad Bhat son of See Man On PG 11..

02 minor girls drowned in Kupwara Srinagar, May 09: Two 07 years old girls Bilkeesa Bano daughter of Gulzar Ahmad Awan and Gulshana daughter of Manzoor Ahmad Awan residents of Affan, slipped and drowned in a Nallah at Affan falling See Kupwara On PG 11..

Inside story Stop overcharging and over loading in Nowshera: Sharma

Srinagar, May 9 : Ravinder Shrama-MLC visited border areas of Lam-Laroka in Nowshera tehsil to take stock the problems of people. According to a statement issued to KNS, Sharma was apprised about the overcharging and overloading on Nowshera-Lam-Laroka areas by the transport operators. He was told that some Mini Bus operators are charging Rs. 30 against the earlier fare of Rs. 18 for Laroka from Nowshera. Sharma also noticed large scale over-

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On Edit Page Do we care about wildlife seriously? Himalayan range is not only most fascinating & spectacular but also a natural wonder of the earth which is the richest habitat of animal life. One third of the mammal species are living in the lap of Himalayan mountain range. Jammu & Kashmir has variety of geographical regions, climate and vegetation which are a delight to the wildlife enthusiasts and tourists. The richness of Himalayan range is a boon for the state economy. But unfortunately with the population explosion, rampant poaching, shrinking forests

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Raids and arrests in Baramulla Srinagar, May 09: The trade organization in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district Friday called an indefinite strike and has accused the police of ‘looting’ during nocturnal raids in the Old Town of the district. While accusing police of ‘loot’ and ‘robbery’, the Baramulla Beopar Mandal has called for indefinite shutdown in the town which began from today with all the shops and business establishments shut. The trade body has demanded release of detained youth and ‘elderly’ persons and transfer of two senior police officers. All the markets of Baramulla town were closed with traffic off the roads while clashes also took place at Cement Bridge – which connects Old Town with Civil Lines. There was huge deployment of police and paramilitary forces in all the markets of the town while police had erected concertina wires on Cement Bridge restricting the movement of civilians. While talking to GNS, the president of Baramulla Beopar Mandal, Abdul Rashid Mir, said: “Police

Few incidents of violence reported in North Kashmir: Police Srinagar, May 9 : A few incidents of violence have been reported from Sopore and Baramulla, wherein some passenger vehicles have been stoned, stopped and some passengers travelling in them have been assaulted. According to a police statement issued to KNS, while taking a serious note of these incidents, Police has lodged 05 FIRs, 03 in police station Baramulla and 02 in police station Sopore. The miscreants involved in these acts of violence have been identified and special teams have been formed to See Police On PG 11.. have created hostile situation in the town. They have detained around 30-40 youth and elderly persons during nocturnal raids See Baramulla On PG 11..

Farooq Abdullah misleading Kashmiri people about Modi High time to put an end to ‘family-raj: Nitin Gadkare Srinagar, May 9: Blaming National Conference patron Dr Farooq Abdullah for creating ‘fear psychosis’ among Kashmiri people and present a different picture of Narendrea Modi before people, Bhartiya Janata Party former president and senior leader Nitin Gardkari Fridaysaid that it the high time the people all across India rise on occasion and put an end to ‘family raj’ which is sucking the blood of common masses. Interacting with media at Grand Lalit Hotel in Srinagar, Gadkare said that BJP is different from other parties, it is not ‘family Raj’ and it does not believe in votebank politics. “In Jammu and Kashmir Farooq Abdullah worries for his Omar Abdullah, in UP, Mulayem is anxious about Akilesh, and Sonia Gandhi has worry when and how Rahul will become the Prime Minister of India. This family-raj has destroyed the people and it is the main cause of the sufferings of common people. I urge upon the

people of Jammu and Kashmir to put an end to family raj here,” he said. In a scathing attack on Farooq Abdullah, former BJP president said that, “this man (Farooq Abdullah) can go to any extent and it can use any ploy to grab the power. This man left no stone unturned to defame BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in his elections rallies in Kashmir. Farooq Abdullah tried to create fear psychosis among the people here and he is misleading people of Valley about Modi,” he said adding that there will be over all development in Jammu and Kashmir once BJP will assume the power. “Muslims of Kashmir would themselves feel and see how positive the policies of BJP are, when our party will assume the power. We don’t believe in vote bank politics and neither our party believes in misleading people for power. I want to urge upon the people of Kashmir to try to See Farooq On PG 11..

Sajad Lone condemns attack on Kupwara, Uri residents

Srinagar, May 9 : Jammu and Kashmir People’s Conference Chairman Sajad Gani Lone, has strongly condemned the attack on residents of district Kupwara, Narvav and Uri in Sopore and Baramulla town. According to a statement issued to KNS, Lone said, “I want to make it clear to those youths involved in the attacks to clear any misunderstanding that they might have. These attacks are not indicators of valor, bravery or courage. If anything the attacks depict hooliganism and total cowardice. Stopping helpless civilians and attacking them is no act of bravery. Those youths who try to attain their goals by attacking the innocent civilians will find that the end does not justify the means. We

strongly believe that voting and boycott fall within the rights of inhabitants of Kashmir. Such acts of hooliganism if anything attribute motives of fear to those who boycotted.” Lone further added, “If the attackers are brave enough let them check the index fingers of SPG protected Omar Abdullah or Mufti Sahib. The attacks are bound to result in polarization and further fragment an already fragmented society. There are huge number of people who are from Sopore and Baramulla travel daily to Kupwara and Handwara. There are hundreds of them who own shops in these towns. I dread to imagine the state of affairs if there are reprisals. Already there are reports of reprisals in Handwara and Kupwara. We condemn such acts as See Sajad On PG 11..

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Situation in North Kashmir unfortunate: Geelani ‘Don’t indulge in acts which will harm social fabric’

Srinagar, May 9 : Terming the prevailing situation in Sopore, Baramulla, Handwara and Kupwara as unfortunate, chairman Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Geelani appealed the people especially youth to mention the peace and harmony and don’t indulge in such acts which will harm the social fabric. According to a statement issued to KNS, he said that the incidents in Sopore and Baramulla are actually the reaction of youth to the voting percentage in Handwara and Kupwara. “The people of Kupwara and Handwara have not only harmed the sacred cause of the nation but they have also betrayed with the precious sacrifices of the whole nation especially the sacrifices on north Kashmir.” He further said that the casting of votes is although a condemnable act, but I humbly appeal the pro-freedom people, especially youth to have pa-

‘Unruly’ Buddhist mob attacked Muslims in Zanskar ‘Have arrested three assailants, youth out of danger’: SP Kargil Zanskar, May 9: Police arrested at least three Buddhist zealots after a frenzy mob attacked a group of Muslims injuring a youth critically in land-locked Zanskar division of Kargil district in Jammu and Kashmir. The relations between majority Buddhists and Muslims in Zansakar witnessed deep strain after 22 members of four families of Buddhists embraced Islam in 2012. On the directions of Zanskar Buddhist Association spearheading the Buddhist movement in the region, Buddhists are on complete boycott with the Muslim population residing in main historical town of Padum. Eyewitnesses told CNS

that a frenzy mob attacked a group of Muslim youth near Uffti village when they were on way to their home. “Amanullah, a youth suffered serious injuries while the mob stripped him off and thrashed him mercilessly,” a resident of Zanskar told CNS adding that the administration is mulling to airlift the injured youth for treatment in Srinagar or Jammu. The father of the injured youth said that his son was attacked by unruly mob without any provocation. “How long this will continue and how long government will stop us providing security,” he said. See Zanskar On PG 11..

tience and help us in preventing the situation to get worsen. “At the same time I question the people of Handwara and Kupwara, who voted for meager benefits, to ask their conscious weather they have done the condemnable or commendable act.” He said that our nation is collectively a pro-freedom and pro-movement nation where 98% people are affiliated with the freedom movement and we should be very thankful to the Almighty Allah for the success in completely boycotting the election drama. “The failure in forcing the people to vote in the recent elections despite the use of force, autocracies and every possible tool of oppression, the Indian and its agencies are frustrated. The India and its secret agencies are trying their best to engage the people of Kashmir in fighting with each other in the name of parties, cast and region, but our youth are politically matured See Geenali On PG 11..

Uri contradicts says he covering up his failure: Shafi Uri

“12 Congress Sarpanchs openly canvassed and voted for PDP candidate’ Srinagar, May 9 : Taking strong exception to the affirmation made by Taj Mohiuddin that half of the National Conference (NC) voters in Uri have voted for PDP candidate Muzaffar Hussain Beigh in just concluded Lok Sabha elections in Baramulla Constituency, senior NC leader Mohammad Shafi Uri on Friday blamed the Congress minister for failing to meet his commitment of support to the coalition candidate. “He (Taj) is simply trying to cover up his failure of not fulfilling his commitment that he will make Congress voters to support the coalition candidate Shareef-u-Din Shariq. Instead of blaming the NC former workers, he should have told

you how 12 Panchayat representatives affiliated with Congress met Mr Beigh pledging their support in elections. He should have told you how his right hand Congress associates in Uri worked in broad day light in favour of Mr Salam-u-Din Bajad (Peoples Conference candidate from Baramulla constituency),” Mohammad Shafi Uri told KNS. The senior NC leader who has remained cabinet minister many a times till 2002, said that Rafiq Balote, a prominent Gujjar leader and Sarpanch of Garkote village in Uri who is also a close associate of Taj openly worked for PC candidate Salam-u-Din Bajad. “Besides See Uri On PG 11..

NC condemns harassment, humiliation of voters

Srinagar, May 09: National Conference Spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu has said that National Conference condemns the harassment and humiliation of voters in Sopore and Baramulla by miscreants. “We strongly condemn the brazen vigilante scanning of people by goons in Sopore and Baramulla and the subsequent physical assault and humiliation meted out to those who had voting marks on their fingers”, Mattu said. Demanding stern punishment to the culprits, Mattu said “This brazen, fas-

cist assault on innocent fellow Kashmiris by goons and glorified hooligans in North Kashmir underlines everything that is wrong with separatist politics in the Valley. While they have a right to appeal for an election boycott, citizens have an equally sacred right to defy that appeal and exercise their right to vote. How can you demand that your right to boycott should be respected when you do not respect the right of others to disagree with you and vote? Why this inherent hypocrisy?”

To vote, boycott is basic right, Can’t be suppressed through force: IFJHR Srinagar, May 9 Taking cognizance of aggressive means adopted by Army and some elements in recently concluded parliamentary elections in north Kashmir, the International Forum for Justice and Human Rights–JK (IFJHR-JK) has strongly condemned the acts by terming it “undemocratic” and “unethical”. According

to reports, Army had allegedly threatened people to come out to vote there while as the voters were stripped and thrashed by some unidentified youth for casting their votes. According to a statement issued to KNS, “To vote or boycott is the basic right of every citizen and we strongly condemn the use See IFJHR On PG 11..

Junaid Mattu said that certain political quarters in the State had glorified anarchy, hooliganism and vandalism under the fig-leaf of the political sentiment. “Those who parade elders in broad daylight, slap them and tear their clothes off cannot represent anything but anarchy and madness. The separatist leaders, either through their glorious statements or through their inglorious silence have given a certain amount of legitmacy to anarchy and vandalism See NC On PG 11..

Tara abandons security to prevent info ‘leakage’ Srinagar, May 09: Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand has allegedly forced his security guards to leave premises of his residence in the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Reliable sources told GNS that on Wednesday afternoon Tara Chand asked his security guards to evacuate vehicles from the premises of his Mau-

lana Azad residence. “The Deputy Chief Minister told his security men to park the vehicles outside his residence’s premises on the roadside and also told them not to enter his premises of residence without his permission,” they said. The rationale behind Tara Chand step is believed to prevent See Tara On PG 11..

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Baramulla from last few days from various parts of the town including in Azad Gunj, Ganai Hamam, Jamia Mohalla and Stadium Colony.” “Last night at around 2:00 am, police raided the house of a businessman Ghulam Din Mir of Stadium Colony Azad Gunj. They went berserk, smashed glasses and other belongings. They thrashed him and his son. His son, Abdul Rashid was picked up by police without clothes,” Mir alleged. While leveling serious allegations on the police, he said: “They stole gold worth 16 lakhs from his house and 3 rupees three lakh in cash. Besides, all this, his house was damaged by police.” He said Beopar Mandal demands compensation to the businessman, release of the detainees, return the gold and cash ‘stolen by police’ and transfer of Deputy Superintendent of Police (Headquarters) and Station House Officer Baramulla. “Till these demands are not met, the town will observe a complete shutdown. It is a collective decision,” Mir said. The Superintendent of Police (SP) Baramulla, Suhail Munawar told GNS that he is unaware about ransacking issue. “I will have to check the facts,” he said. (GNS)

Police arrest these culprits and a number of miscreants involved in these incidents have been arrested. Police has reiterated that no such incident of violence against the people and the passengers commuting will be tolerated and stringent action will be taken against the guilty. (KNS)

Geenali enough to thwart every such attempt of India and its agencies.”

Farooq understand the policies of BJP,” he said. He made it clear that the BJP was not a party that believed in any form of exclusion. This party is determined to bring a person, irrespective of one’s religion to come into the mainstream and participate in the journey of development. He cited instances of many parties and vested interests that do not want to do development but instead take the ‘easier’ route of defaming others. He held that these parties had only instigated Muslims and tried to take them on the wrong path. He said that his party wants peace with Pakistan and Hurriyat leaders of Kashmir. “We will follow the footstep of our former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpaye who believed in humanity. We believe in peace but would will adopt zero-tolerance on terrorism,” he said. Reiterating the stance of his party, Gadkare said a rational and focused debate is needed on Article 370 and also on other issues relating to Jammu and Kashmir. “We don’t need to have discussion with Omar Abdullah. We will take everyone on board. Our party feels that Article 370 has come in the way of Kashmir’s development and we without playing vote bank politics have always said the reason for Kashmir being away from mainstream development is Article 370,” he said adding that BJP will invited Multi-National Companies to invest in Kashmir on large scale. People of Kashmir would see that in BJP rule there will be overall development and jobless youth would get employment. “We want to revive the glory of Kashmir and want to turn it into a paradise that could sooth our eyes,” he said. (CNS)

Zanskar Tension gripped in Zanskar especially in Padum where large number of Muslims took to streets, after the news about the attack spread in the town. Police swung into action and sealed all the roads to thwart the clashes between the two communities. An administrative official in Zanskar told CNS that situation is tense but under control. “We have taken all possible measures to maintain law and order in the division,” he said. When contacted Superintendent of Police Kargil, Sujit Kumar told CNS that police have registered a case against the three persons involved in the attack on the youth who according to him is out of danger. “There is no need to airlift him as the youth is out of danger. We have arrested three persons in this connection and a case vide FIR number 2/2014 under section 323, 147 of RPC has been registered against them,” Kumar said. Chief Executive Councilor Kargil Autonomous Hill Development Council Asghar Ali Karbalai told CNS that top police officials are on job while due to efforts of SP Kargil, situation has been brought under control. “We want both the communities to live in peace and harmony as they used to live in past,” he said. (CNS)

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of them are not in touch with the party since 2004. He had made a commitment in front of Mr Farooq Abdullah, Mr Omar, Mr Soz, Mr G A Mir, Mr Ghulam Hassan Mir and other NC Congress leaders that he will support our candidate in Uri but now has resorted to cheap politics by saying that the so called NC voters did not vote because of resentment against my son in that constituency,” Mr Uri observed. The NC senior leader said that soon after the Congress workers including 12 Sarpanches meet with PDP candidate Muzaffar Hussian Beigh, he had already conveyed the same to Congress leadership. “But there was no action on part of Congress. In some booths Congress voters did not turn up or they openly voted for PDP and PC,” Mr Uri said, adding that still the NC candidate will take a lead in Uri because of NC’s own voter share which according to him has always remained intact. “It is the anti incumbency against Mr Taj that Congress voters have not come forward to vote for the coalition candidate,” he added. (KNS)

Sajad well. I appeal to uphold brotherhood.” Lone went on to say that the youths involved in attacks also need to understand that the reason the state administration is allowing the attacks to take place is the unhappiness of the ruling NC over the polling percentage in district Kupwara. And the youths involved in the attacks also need to check their ranks. The revelations of Gen V K Singh point out to huge sums being paid for such attacks in the past. I hope that it is an act of madness and not a paid act. I once again appeal to the youths to desist from such attacks and also appeal to people of Kupwara to stay calm. (KNS)

NC in the Valley. Their condemnations are selective, if not quantitatively but certainly in terms of the stark qualitative contrast between condemnations to such acts committed by security forces and acts committed by such glorified goons”, Junaid Mattu said. Junaid Mattu said that National Conference speaks up for the rights of the people of this State irrespective of their political ideologies or leanings. “Every single citizen of J&K - those who vote as well as those who dont vote - have equal rights to dignity and liberty. No power on earth will be allowed to victimize people of J&K based on their political leanings and ideologies. People have a right to not vote and it is also a fact that people have an equal right to vote. Both rights need to be safeguarded for upholding if not the spirit of democracy but at least the spirit of human civility”, Mattu added. (GNS)

IFJHR of force or any other repressive measures adopted by anyone in this regard,” IFJHR-JK in a statement issued to media said. “To curb the basic rights of citizens by subjecting them to repression or any other torture, that too in a democratic set up is against the very core of the institution itself. Such means of aggression cannot be but termed as undemocratic and unethical,” chairman IFJHR-JK Muhammad Ashan Untoo said. He said the state of Jammu and Kashmir is the only place in the world where such kinds of violations take place. “People across the globe enjoy their right to franchise in a free way except this part where coercion is adopted to suppress the opposite ideology,” Untoo said, adding, “such incidents tantamount to grave human rights violation as it curbs the very basic right of an individual.” International Forum for Justice and Human Rights – JK severely condemns such kind of incidents and terms these detrimental to the smooth functioning of democracy. We demand that every citizen should be given the right to enjoy his basic human rights. Meanwhile, IFJHR-JK has condemned the police highhandedness in north Kashmir’s Baramulla, Sopore and Bandipora on Friday where police went berserk and sabotaged properties of locals. (KNS)

Tara “leakage” of his personal information. “He had told his security men that his personal information gets leaked. So he asked them to stay away from him,” the sources said. Few days back, sources said that the Deputy Chief Minister asked his security guards to switch off their phones while they are around him. “There is no issue of bullet proof vehicle as reported by a section of media but Deputy CM doesn’t trust his security staff,” they said. However, when contacted, Tara Chand strongly denied these reports and told GNS: “I have not withdrawn security. These are baseless reports.” When contacted Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Security, V K Singh declined to comment saying “I am not authorized to speak to media” (GNS)

PDP control over the situation. Expressing her sympathies with the bereaved family, Mehbooba said those responsible for this heinous crime should be brought to justice immediately. (GNS)

Man Ghulam Mohammad Bhat resident of Dalgate. The injured was shifted to hospital for treatment. Kothibagh police has registered a case in this regard.

Kupwara in the jurisdiction of police station Lalpora Kupwara. The bodied of both the girls have been fished out and handed over to their relatives of last rites.

Non-functional ATM irks people

Srinagar, May 9, CNS: The ATM installed by Jammu and Kashmir Bank at Bagat Brene Nishat in the outskirts of Srinagar city is not functional from past many weeks. The locals have appealed the Bank authorities to either repair or replace it. “This non-functional ATM that was installed by JK Bank a long time ago is out of order which irks the account holders,” Muhammad Abbas told CNS adding that rather focusing on serving its customers.

Stop overcharging and over loading in Nowshera: Sharma Srinagar, May 9: Ravinder Shrama-MLC visited border areas of Lam-Laroka in Nowshera tehsil to take stock the problems of people. According to a statement issued to KNS, Sharma was apprised about the overcharging and overloading on Nowshera-Lam-Laroka areas by the transport operators. He was told that some Mini Bus operators are charging Rs. 30 against the earlier fare of Rs. 18 for Laroka from Nowshera. Sharma also noticed large scale overloading as a result public and students face great hardships. He spoke to transport authorities

who disclosed that as per revised rates the fare of the Mini Bus from Nowshera to Lam is Rs. 15 and for Bus Rs. 22 while for Laroka from Nowshera, it is Rs. 23 for Mini Bus and Rs. 28 for Bus. But there are complaints of overcharging to the extent of Rs. 30 per passenger, which is shocking. Sharma asked the ARTO Rajouri to immediately take necessary action in matter to stop overcharging and also streamline the timing to minimize the overloading. He also asked for notifying the revised fare as per

Sun halo creates ‘panic’ in Kashmir

‘It’s common phenomena, nothing to panic’ MeT Srinagar, May 9: Scores of people in Kashmir Valley were mused rather some were panicked after spotting a circular halo around the sun on Friday afternoon. Some people took it as solar eclipse but were questioning why the MeT department did not inform the general public about the occurrence of solar eclipse. Director MeT, Sonam Lotus told CNS that when ring is formed around the sun, it is called sun halo which is a common phenomenon during pre-monsoon season in India. “It has nothing to do with the rainfall and there is nothing to panic,” he said. Giving details about the Sun halo, senior scientist Positional As-

tronomy Centre, Indian Meteorological Department, Kolkatta, Dr A.K.Sen told CNS that sun halo is also called 22 degree halo and the ring is caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in cirrus clouds within the earth's atmosphere. “The sun halo is not limited to a certain season and can happen anytime, anywhere, depending on the viewer's vantage point and the sun's position. Halos around the sun and the moon have been recorded as far back as the time of Emperor Constantine at the beginning of the fourth century,” he said adding that there is nothing to panic and it has nothing to do with the occurrence of rain or precipitation. (CNS)

Massive search launched for missing boy

Srinagar, May 09: (GNS) Srinagar police has launched a massive search to trace 3 year old boy missing from Nowpora area of Khanyar, Srinagar. Massive search has been launched by Srinagar police to trace 3 year old boy Fahim Asgar son of Mohammad Asgar lone resident of Nowpora, Khanyar, who is reported to be missing from his home since 6th May. A foot ware of the missing boy was found on the banks of a nearby canal. Srinagar police has called in the services of River police in the canal and Babedemb to trace the boy. River police is utilizing motor boats in the search operation. All police stations of J&K have been flashed details of the missing boy and searches have been launched at all entry and exit points in the valley and Jammu. Meanwhile, numerous search teams have been constituted who are checking the hotels and the tenants in and around Srinagar to trace the missing boy. If anybody having any information regarding the missing boy may please inform the nearest police station or contact 0194245509,9596770660, 9596770874 or Police Control Room Srinagar on Dial 100. (GNS)

Army evacuates critical patients from Gurez valley

Srinagar, May 9 (KNS): Army and Air Force air lifted critically ill patients from Gurez to Bandipora. On May 8, 14, a 12 years old boy Aftab Ahmed resident of village Bagtor, Gurez suffering from appendicitis, was evacuated to Bandipora by Air Force MI-17 for further medical treatment. According to a statement issued to KNS, earlier, on May 7, Dr Sameer Ahmed, aged 32 years, resident of village Acchura, Gurez who had developed severe chest pain was taken to nearest Army medical post and administered first aid. However, he did not show any sign of improvement. Army thereafter, arranged for helicopter to evacuate the patient to Bandipora for further medical treatment. (KNS)

Woman’s death sparks protest against doctors Kulgam, May 9, CNS: Family member and scores of

attendants Friday staged a protest demonstration, alleging that the negligence of the doctors caused the death of a woman at District Hospital Kulgam in South Kashmir. Hajra Bano (42), wife of Noor-u-Din Chouhan, a resident of Bangward Noorabad had been brought to the District Hospital Kulgam at 7:30 pm on Thursday. She was reported dead at8.45 am. Following the allegation by Hajrah’s husband that the negligence of doctors caused her wife’s death, family members and attendants picked up an argument with the doctors and staged a protest. Attendants during the protests alleged that during night hours no doctor remain present in the hospitals while patients are left at the mercy of Para-medical staffers. Chief Medical Officer Dr Showkat Ali Lulu told CNS that the condition of the patient was critical, when she was brought to the hospital. “She did not respond to the treatment as she was a heart patient.

rules for information of general public and Panchayat members. The farming community also complained about the arbitrary fixation/charges for cutting of crops and thrashing activities, which is not affordable by the farmers. The issue of upgradation of High School and working health institutions and repairing of ambulance was also highlighted by the public. Sharma assured to deal with their genuine demands on priority. He urged the local authorities to take immediate notice of these problems of the people. (KNS)

Father, son arrested during nocturnal raid Family alleges government forces decamped with cash and gold Baramulla, May 9, CNS: A Barmaulla family Friday alleged that during the nocturnal raid, government forces not only apprehended the head of the family and his son but also decamped with cash amounting to Rs 3 lakh thirty thousand and three gold sets. The family of affluent trader Ghulam-u-Din Mir son of Late Muhammad Ramzan Mir resident of Stadium Colony Azad Ganj Baramulla in North Kashmir Friday told media persons that during the intervening night a posse of government forces raided their house and on charges of stone-pelting arrested Munir Ahmed Mir. “Not only Munir, the government forces dragged his father Ghulam-u-Din Mir also and after severe thrashing bundled them into police vehicle,” one of the family members

told CNS. Showing the damage to media men allegedly caused by government forces during the raid, the family members alleged that government forces hit the lockers with gun butts and took away cash that amounted to Rs Three lakh Thirty Thousand. Not only cash they also looted three gold sets that we had set apart for the marriage of our daughters,” the family members said. Terming the allegation of family baseless, Deputy Inspector General of Police, North Kashmir Ghulam Hasan Bhat told CNS that police can’t indulge in such act. He however confirmed that Ghulam-u-Din Mir and his son Munir Mir were arrested by police for their involvement in stopping of vehicles and thrashing of voters in Baramulla. (CNS)

Putin Travels to Crimea for Victory Day Celebrations MOSCOW — Putting his personal seal on the annexation of Crimea, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia arrived in the naval port of Sevastopol on Friday, where he used the anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany to assert that Moscow had the right to take over the Black Sea peninsula. Over the past decade, Mr. Putin has gradually turned Victory Day into a celebration of resurgent Russian power and nationalism. The visit to Sevastopol, in southwestern Crimea, the historical home of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, was a potent manifestation of his goal of reviving Russia as a global power. The West reacted to the annexation in March with sanctions against Mr. Putin’s closest circle of advisers and a few significant companies. By going to Sevastopol, the Russian president was effectively telling Western leaders that Moscow would do as it pleased. Speaking for less than four minutes, he ran through Sevastopol’s history: its naming by Catherine the Great 230 years ago; the 225 days of bloody Nazi occupation the city endured; and its vote to rejoin Russia in March. “I think 2014 will also be an important year in the annals of Sevastopol and our whole country, as the year when people living here firmly decided to be together with Russia, and thus confirmed their faith in the historic memory of our forefathers,” Mr. Putin said in remarks broadcast nationwide. “There is a lot of work ahead, but we will overcome all the difficulties because we are together, and that means we have

become even stronger,” he said. The annexation provoked the worst tensions between Russia and the West since the height of the Cold War. Mr. Putin has maintained that the territory had long belonged to Russia and that he was only righting a historical wrong. Separatists in Crimea, backed by the Russian military, organized a referendum in March in which an overwhelming majority of the residents, many of them ethnic Russians, chose to come under the control of Moscow. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine immediately issued a statement protesting the visit. It accused Mr. Putin of ignoring international law, the demands of the international community that Russia not occupy Crimea and a treaty between Russia and Ukraine that calls on both countries to respect their mutual borders. “This provocation once again confirms that Russia deliberately chooses to escalate tensions in Russian-Ukrainian relations,” said the statement. “We urge the Russian side to return to civilized methods of interstate relations.” The secretary general of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, condemned Mr. Putin’s visit as “inappropriate.” Speaking in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, Mr. Rasmussen said that NATO considers the annexation illegal, The Associated Press reported. Mr. Rasmussen also said that NATO had “no visible evidence” that Russia was withdrawing its 40,000 troops from the border with Ukraine, as Mr. Putin said he would on Wednesday.

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Balote, Congress Sarpanches of Zehanpora, Hakapalhi, Ijara, Pahlipora, Limber B, Bimyar, Nowshera A&B, Barnate, Trikanjan, Buniyar, Zamoorpattan, Salamabad, Chulan, Kalsan, Dachi, Sultan Daki, Shahdara, Nowarunda, Kalgaie, Jabla, Niloosa, Lacipora A& B, Miaan, Bijhama, Buniyar, Mohra have worked and voted for PDP and PC candidate,” Mr Uri alleged. Besides, these areas, the NC former minister said that block president Buniyar Abdul Hamid, Halqa presidents of Dawaran, Bagna, Salamabad, Dachina, Pahlipora, Manzgma, Zehanpora, Nowshera, Buniyar, Zamboorpattan, Sultan Daki, Miarian, kamlkote, Nowarunda, Gawalta, Dardkote, Kalgaie, Salamabd Nambal, Garkote, openly supported PDP and PC candidates and voted for them. “This is a total betrayal of Congress workers in Uri against a commitment Mr Taj had made with the NC and Congress state leadership at Baramulla prior to the elections. Mr Taj had committed that his workers will give a lead to the coalition candidate wherever they have their own pockets but he even failed to get over a 1000 people in a public rally where Mr Omar Abdullah was scheduled to address,” Mr Uri informed. He said that one fails to understand why Mr Taj is now blaming the NC former workers who have no connection with the NC for the last over seven years. “The NC workers whom Mr Taj has mentioned in his cover up exercise have left the NC since 2007. Some

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SRINAGAR |FRIDAY, MAY | 09 | 2014

GOVERNMENT OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR, SERVICES SELECTION BOARD, Zam Zam Building, Rambagh, Srinagar. NOTIFICATION

It is notified for the information of all concerned that: 1) the interview of the shortlisted candidates having qualified the objective Type written test conducted for the Teacher, (Education Department), District Cadre Reasi, advertised vide Notification No 03 of 2012, 05 of 2013 and 06 of 2013, Item No’s 417, 499 and 590, respectively shall be conducted w.e.f 15th of May 2014 onwards at Dak Bangalow Reasi from 08.30 A.M onwards. The name of candidate/ name of the post and dates /time is shown in Annexure “A ’of this notification. 2) The interview schedule and particulars of the eligible candidates will also be available in the offices of the Administrative Officer, J&K Services selection Board, Jammu /Srinagar 3) The additional qualifications / reserved category certificate acquired by the candidate after the last date of receipt of application forms shall not be entertained; 4) Mere figuring of name in the list does not entitle the candidate to appear in the interview as it shall be subject to the scrutiny of all testimonials of the candidates shortlisted. 5) No further interview call letter shall be issued to any candidate whose names figure in the said list and they are required to appear before the interview committee on the schedule date & time. Failure of a candidate for appearing in the interview on the given date shall not be interviewed later and shall forfeit his/her right of consideration 6) In case of any deficiency with reference to eligibility etc proved at the time of interview, the candidate shall not be allowed to appear in the interview, or if any deficiency is found subsequently the candidate shall not be considered for selection and will be treated as disqualified. 7) The candidate shall have to produce all original certificates / testimonials as asked for vide above referred advertisement notification before the interview committee at the time of interview. The candidates who fail to produce such certificates / testimonials may forfeit their candidature. 8) Any candidate found guilty of impersonating or submitting fabricated / tampered documents / testimonials or making false, incorrect or suppressing material information shall render him / her liable for criminal prosecution under law and may be debarred permanently or for a specific period for consideration of any or all recruitments made by the Board. Also canvassing / lobbying in any form will entail disqualification of the candidate. 9) It is further notified that there shall be a single interview for the candidates who have been shortlisted for more than one Item/Notification in a particular district and the points/merit secured by him/her in the viva voce shall be accounted for in respect of other items/Notifications where the candidates have been shortlisted in that particular District. 10) No TA/DA shall be paid for participation in the interview. Note:-(1)The candidates are advised to bring Photostat copy of each certificate duly attested by Gazetted Officer with his/her seal and signature and self signed by the candidate himself should be brought along for depositing with the Board on the scheduled date and time of interview in addition to original documents, failing which no claim / objection in this regard shall be entertained. (2) Failure of a candidate for appearing in the interview on the given date shall not be interviewed later and shall forfeit his/her right of consideration. (3)The candidates have been included in the interview list provisionally and only such candidates shall be allowed to appear in the interview who are within age, possess valid category certificates and prescribed qualification certificates before cut off date. (4) Mobile phone are not allowed in the office premises. ANNEXURE ‘A’ Shortlist of candidates who qualified the written test and called for interview for the post of Teacher, (Education Department), District Cadre Reasi. Shortlisted in Item Codes

S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111

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Father Name ALI MOHD MALIK S MANOHAR SINGH BANSI LAL NEK RAM SHARMA S MANDEEP SINGH MONIK GANDOTRA BALDEV RAJ OM PARKASH VIJAY RATTAN HANS RAJ TILAK RAJ GANDOTRA HARDIT SINGH ASHOK KUMAR SANJEEV BALI BADAR DIN DEWAN CHAND DHANI RAM SUBASH CHANDER VAID MOHD BASHIR MOHD ASHRAF NASEEB SINGH BASHIR AHMED KRISHAN GOPAL CHAMAN LAL BALWAN SINGH BANARSI DASS SHARMA MADAN LAL KARTAR SINGH GULAM KADIR SANSAR CHAND MADAN LAL ANAND OM PARKASH MOHD HUSSAIN BILLU LIAQAT ALI SHER MOHD KARTAR SINGH MUNSHI RAM AZAM HUSSAIN JOHN MOHD SHANKER DASS CHEMAIL SINGH PURI BHAR DIN MOHD ISMAIL CHOHAN ALI KHAN BABU RAM SHARMA RAMA KANT GUNWANI SINGH GHULAM NABI MIR DEVINDER KUMAR RADHEY SHYAM MOHD MUBARK MOHAMDOO RATTAN LAL GHULAM RASOOL BASHIR AHMED GHULAM MOHD SHEIKH SUKHDEV SINGH ABDUL KAREEM SHAM LAL SHARMA NEK RAM TEJ RAM KATOCH RAKESH KUMAR SHARMA PUNJAB SINGH ABDUL RASHID S SATWANT SINGH JUDHISHTER SINGH MOHAN SINGH MOHAN LAL SHARMA ABDUL SUBHAN BHAT MADAN LAL BHAR DIN QUAMER DIN GULAM HUSSAIN DES RAJ NASIB SINGH NOOR MOHD DESH BANDHU VED PARKASH GHULAM MOHD JOGINDER SINGH TIRTH RAM MOHD MANWAR ABDUL KABIR WANI KARAN SINGH DES RAJ MUNSHI RAM SWARAN SINGH MADAN LAL SHARMA VIJAY KUMAR MOHAN SINGH CHAIN SINGH ABDUL GANI MISHER DIN MOHD MANWAR ABDUL RASHID RADHEY SHAM HARDEV SINGH KIRTI BHUSHAN JAGDISH RAJ SHARMA ABDUL RASHID MALIK ALI MOHD LESSIRY KEWAL KRISHAN NANDA GHULAM AHMED SHEIKH PREM NATH KULDEEP SINGH GULAM MOHD KHAN SANTOSH SINGH NAPPA RAM BAL KRISHAN NARGOTRA VED PARKASH

Date of Birth 21-May-89 25-Mar-92 09-Jun-78 11-Apr-88 25-Mar-84 26-Jan-85 01-May-87 06-Sep-85 22-May-85 20-Feb-86 18-Dec-86 17-Feb-90 13-Jan-90 09-Sep-86 01-Jan-90 29-May-85 04-Mar-73 14-Jul-88 13-Jan-85 05-May-91 02-Jan-87 04-Apr-91 19-Nov-83 09-Jun-83 28-Jan-86 04-Mar-76 01-Feb-87 25-Apr-85 29-Apr-81 07-Nov-84 08-Jul-80 25-Mar-90 07-Nov-89 03-Mar-91 01-Jun-92 03-Feb-92 17-Nov-82 05-Oct-85 10-Aug-91 01-Jun-92 16-Apr-84 17-Jul-88 01-Aug-86 30-Nov-90 06-Feb-90 10-Jul-88 06-Aug-88 25-Apr-82 10-Mar-87 09-Aug-86 03-Aug-87 21-Jul-86 15-Mar-84 01-Jan-90 11-Nov-78 05-Oct-86 06-Jun-91 23-Oct-89 01-Aug-86 25-Sep-86 05-Jan-89 09-Sep-90 17-Mar-82 02-Mar-90 03-Mar-91 08-Jul-82 23-Jan-87 07-Jan-89 22-Oct-83 01-Jan-84 25-Mar-89 03-Mar-91 06-Jul-91 02-Apr-88 21-Nov-89 16-Jul-88 01-Feb-90 06-Jun-79 01-Nov-89 08-Aug-92 15-Jan-85 03-Sep-88 01-Oct-88 17-Aug-88 27-Dec-88 01-Apr-91 07-Jul-87 13-Dec-89 25-May-88 21-Jan-88 04-May-89 10-May-89 02-Jan-88 11-Dec-94 19-May-83 02-Feb-84 19-Jul-81 05-Jul-83 20-Nov-85 10-May-83 10-Nov-90 10-Apr-88 20-Feb-84 11-Nov-89 10-Sep-77 07-Jul-93 01-May-90 27-May-94 07-Oct-90 24-Dec-82 09-Aug-86

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Date of Interview 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 15 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014

ROMESH CHANDER ROMAIL SINGH GHULAM QADIR MOHD SHARIEF RAM RATTAN ISHWAR DASS SHAMBU NATH CHAIN SINGH KAKU RAM JUJHAR SINGH RAJINDER SINGH DAYA RAM MOHD SHEEN SANDOKHU RAM AMAR NATH SOBHA RAM SHARMA MIAN QUSIM BASHIR AHMED MOHD SHARIEF BANSI LAL SHARMA KRISHAN LAL SHANKAR DASS JAGAR SINGH

26-Aug-88 28-Sep-89 22-Feb-89 05-May-89 30-Mar-86 12-Jun-84 06-Feb-88 01-May-83 15-Jan-85 20-Apr-87 06-Feb-88 25-Apr-88 10-Jan-88 10-May-90 13-Apr-83 25-Sep-86 10-Jan-85 01-May-89 01-Mar-87 10-Mar-86 12-Nov-86 15-Apr-87 07-Jun-80

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16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014 16 May 2014

135 136 137 138 139 140 141

118153825 118153827 118153828 118153829 118153830 118153832 118153833

RAJINDER PAUL RAJNI RANI RAKESH KUMAR RAM PAUL RATTAN SINGH RIMPI SHARMA SAMARENDER GANDOTRA

142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160

118153834 118153837 118153839 118153840 118153841 118153846 118153848 118153849 118153852 118153853 118153856 118153857 118153858 118153859 118153861 118153863 118153866 118153872 118153874

161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202

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203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215

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246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257

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EDITORIAL/ OPINION Do we care about wildlife seriously?

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imalayan range is not only most fascinating & spectacular but also a natural wonder of the earth which is the richest habitat of animal life. One third of the mammal species are living in the lap of Himalayan mountain range. Jammu & Kashmir has variety of geographical regions, climate and vegetation which are a delight to the wildlife enthusiasts and tourists. The richness of Himalayan range is a boon for the state economy. But unfortunately with the population explosion, rampant poaching, shrinking forests due to construction, wildlife is depleting very fast. Out of 15 prominent wild life species unluckily owing to human interference five species have been declared critically endangered including Hangul, Musk Deer, Markhor, Snow Leopard and Brown Bear. The forest area, the natural habitat of wild animals, is being encroached by human habitation which includes construction of roads, buildings, industrial houses, tunnels, railway tracks & sense less felling of trees. All these factors pose a potential threat to wild life and a number of wild life species are vanishing with every passing day. Besides this the use of pesticides for agriculture and horticulture purposes contaminated water adds to this tragedy every day. The contaminated water increases toxicity in the animals and results in ailment which causes untimely death of birds, fish and animals. The shrinking of forest cover by ruthless cutting of trees, timber smuggling and other factors are the main cause of death of animals as they do not get sufficient food and therefore die of starvation. Though World Wildlife Fund is making all out efforts to save the endangered species by including them into Red Data Book, the state government must also take care of the natural habitat of these endangered species. The duty of the concerned department does not end by organizing some functions during wildlife week every year but constant and effective measures should be made by wildlife protection staff. They should be given advanced training in protecting the wildlife. Apart from this awareness, campaigns must be initiated to create consciousness among the people regarding the fall of the number of wildlife species. Though some clubs have been set up but their number is negligible in view of the magnitude of the problem. Moreover the poachers and wood smugglers should be severely punished so that a strong message goes across that nothing will be tolerated against the destruction of forests and forest life. It is unfortunate that the forest cover is diminishing fastly and our state has already lost 1/4th of it. This trend continues, the time is not far off when the state will become a cold desert and the names of the forests and the forest life will be confined to history books only.

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Zabarwan Times

Srinagar, Saturday 10 May 2014

NATURE CONSERVATION - LEARNING FROM CANADA EXPERIENCE

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Om Prakash Sharma ature conservation is not only basic to human survival but a backbone of nation’s economy. Sustained way of utilization of nature and natural resources to meet needs of societies in view of modern developmental goals seems challenging especially in a nation like India which despite having a rich wealth of bioresources is facing problem on several fronts like unplanned sprawl of urban unheigenic suburbs , untreated sewage and solid waste disposal ,degradation of once picturesque habitats ,ever increasing pollution loads in rivers ,lakes and gardens , burgeoning population and continuing poverty and malnutrition . Mid career training envisaged by IGNFA Dehradun in collaboration with Indian Institute of Management Bangalore has well appreciated goals and objectives behind two week visit to developed nations either United States of America or Canada . MCT designed to sensitize mid career Indian Forest Service Officers about best forest management practices being followed in a developed nation proved exciting and rewarding as it provided me an opportunity to understand how conservation and development can go hand in hand with innovative public people partenership in managing forest resources , popularising Ecotourism industry in forest areas and nurturing conservation and development in natural setting with respect for aboriginal first nation’s people participation and modern technological breakthroughs . Like Kashmir ,forests with temperate sub-alpine and alpine vegetation have several picturesque spots like Capilano suspension bridge ,Stanley Park ,Pacific walkway ,Malcolm Knapp Research Forest ,Pacific Whale watching andSea lion island ,Buchart garden ,Cowichan First Nation Locale ,Cheakamus riverside , high altitude ropeway and skiing at Whistler, Shanon waterfall and mountain peaks like Tantalus in British Columbia.Floristics of the forest visited provided new inputs on forest timber like West Himalayan Cedar Thuja plicata ( Kashmir has miniature Thuja orientalis in Gardens for landscaping only and Himalyan Cedar Cedrus deodara is much valued timber in demand ),Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menzesii ( New Genus unheard in India ),Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla ( Kashmir Hemlock is an umbellifer Conium maculatum which is poisonous and is supposed to be consumed by Socrates ) food and edibles like Blueberries Vaccinium ( not seen in Kashmir ),Blackberries Rubus species ( Kashmir has much diversity of edible Raspberries like Rubus niveus ,R fruiticosus ,R ellipticus ) ,wildlife food resources like Skunk Cabbage Lysichiton americanus ( unheard in Kashmir ,Bears fond of eating underground tubers ) ,lake tourism like one at Loon lake ( Kashmir has picturesque high altitude lakes like Gangbal ,Neelnag but need matching infrastructure as seen at Loon Lake ), timber trade and value addition ( Canada has innovative technology and minds to work ,Kashmir need to learn to minimize wood waste and implement forest regeneration models on ground but grazing need to be contained and management prescriptions followed as in Canada ) Attitude and thinking that conservation and development can not go hand hand ,if nation puts economic agenda in the forefront ,development harms conservation and if conservation is prioritized ,development gets a setback proved wrong after visit to places like Capilano ,Stanley Park ,Research Forest ,Cowichan ,Cheakmus and Whistler. Several places visited has display of natural landscape as well as modern state of art technology . All highways , beaches ,city roads ,healthcare centres ,hotels ,bus and rail terminals ,ecotourism spots ,play grounds and forest logging areas have maintained all quality standards of governance and maintenace to provide a healthy ambience around all working places .Clean transport with no air or water pollution ,planting of decorative flowering trees and bushes of Cherry blossoms ,Rhododendrons ,Magnolias amidst tall skyscrappers impressed me a lot . Kashmir with a legacy of natural splendour ,lush green verdant forested surroundings need to learn how to cope with city garbage ,plastic disposal ,phasing out old polluting vehicles and keep city roads and highways ,tourist places and waterbodies neat and clean . Developmental models having high level of modern tecnological inputs for realizing the optimum economic gains as well as ecotourism benefits from the designated forest and wildlife locales like Capilano ,Whistler have not overlooked central focus on the conservation of First Nation’s cultural moorings and pristine glory of lakes ,rivers ,forests ,glaciers ,oceans to showcase nature and innovate management interventions in a befitting manner whether it is in the domain of urban green areas ,value addition in forest products ,mechanised harvest as per predetermined annual cut ,protection of natural heritage sites ,afforestation and regeneration models , conservation of rare endangered species or ecotourism initiatives . Forest and wildlife areas including waterbodies having ecotourism potential attract visitors and naturalists for old as well as new glimpses ,nowhere old site ,value ,culture stand sacrificed to modern innovation ,in fact both ex-

ist side by side and stand complimentary to each other not only in the eyes of field functionaries but also before policy planners ,bureaucrats ,judiciary and people called First Nations. Taking the example of Capilano ,unique blend of old natural and man made heritage conservation with modern innovations stand tall before the visitors. On the one hand old trees of Western Red Cedar Thuja plicata ,Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menzesii stand perserved ,tree houses on lofty conifer trees stand built overlooking old engineering marvel of old suspension bridge on the river Capilano and modern cantilever cliffwalk way stand innovated to have a grand walk through woods ,cliffs ,riverside under the green canopy of conifers with a chain of multiple nature education hoardings focusing on inter-relationships of different life forms and links to first nation and modern society. Likewise Stanely Park is being managed with high level committee of committed professionals and subject matter specialists of repute ,world class aquarium ,seaside walkway ,introduction of fascinating Cherry blossoms ,lofty oaks ,elegant Rhododendrons and preservation of old growth to nurture nature stand included in the urban setting and despite nature fury by way of hurricane or forest fire ,park has been preserved for society in a better way . Visit to logging areas and preservation of old forest growth at Malcolm Knapp Research Forest being managed by University of British Columbia was another innovative example of sustaining forest productivity ,conserving

of dedication and honesty ,reducing the areas of conflict ,following scientific way of harvest and value addition ,establishing examples of super models of logging in state forest corporations like one in Tripura ,innovative way of nature education like one undertaken by Jungle Lodges and resorts , blending old heritage sites in urban city centres like some in Bangalore and Hyderabad ,providing modern e-governance for fast delivery and check on unhealthy practices ,rewarding innovative minds and professionals ,never compromising set quality goals and fostering developmental goals with no compromise on conservation of nature and natural resources including river and lake systems which are loosing ecotourism potential due to degradation of forests around ,unauthorised land reclamation and encroachment ,unscientific disposal of domestic and industrial sewage /solid waste seen in places like Srinagar ,Kanpur ,Lucknow but not in cities like Vancouver, Victoria or Whistler tourist spot British Columbia. India with a richer and older civilization ,time tested values and ideals of fostering co-existence with nature and communities ,huge consumer market ,availability of young innovative scientific minds , dedicated workers and mind boggling picturesque natural splendour and ecotourism potential in places like Kashmir has lot to learn from nations like Canada and put our management priorities in right perspective so that economic gains are not at the cost of environmental disatsters and spoiling of nature’s ecotourism locales . It can be achieved only if

habitats in a holistic way ,allowing sustainable logging coupled with predetermined annual cut and well planned management plans and nurturing nature education for nature lovers ,research scholars and university students proved highly inspiring and motivating .Old forest growth with rich soil ,terrestrial ,arboreal diversity coexisting near to logging area and a machanized Gallant sawmill proved the fact that nothing stops the coexistence of developmental and conservation models if commitment and dedication works at high level. Visit to Victoria with its enchanting landscaping ,whale watching in the Pacific waters and interaction with representaives from Canadian Forest Service ,Pacific Forestry Centre further strengthened the view that nature conservation and developmental agenda can be undertaken together if proper management plans are drawn , professional and political support is ensured and there is unwavering commitment of purpose .Forest officers at senior levels have to set goals and objectives and put conservation and development on an innovative sustainable agenda and need to manage horizontal as well as vertical co-ordination for more productive forest management in days to come . Dedication ,commitment , management goal , vision clarity all seen going hand in hand and nowhere violation of prescribed rules and regulations seen permitted /tolerated by any level of heirarchy within or outside any department in such a developed nation where cityscape has all modern amenities ,multistoried skyscrappers ,cleanest ultra-modern highways and tunnels but has fostered good governance and management ideals. Having said that Canada has peculiar advantages of its own ,it has very low population structure ,insignificant poverty problems ,high productivity of coastal forests ,absence of hostility at the borders , no ethnic conflicts , high literacy rate ,highly mechanized way of forest operations , no corruption and dedicated team of honest managers. Back home ,Indian states can improve its management scenario by imbibing the spirit

all the Goverments nurture good governance having no room for manipulations ,corruption ,materialistic gains and cutting edge level stakeholders join hands to put efforts in the right direction to get rid of negative forces and nurture better ideals and goals of development as seen in places abroad . On the occasion of World Migratory Bird Day let us adore and explore nature’s vital avian Link to food production and forest conservation which found mention in our ancient scriptures and faith of our saints and seers like Nund Rishi or Sheikh ul Alam of Kashmir who said in 14th century that- ‘Ann poshi teli ,van poshi yeli’ which means Food will last as long as forests survive . Birds play multiple roles in nature conservation , birds like Drongos ,Treepies ,Sunbirds pollinate red flowering trees and bushes like Red Coral Trees ,Flame of the Forest Trees ,Silk cotton trees ,Rhododendron arboreum; birds like Hoopoe ,Drongoes ,Flycatchers ,Thrushes devour away insects harmful to our crops ,fruits and vegetables ,some birds like Eagles ,Merlins ,Indian Roller eat away snakes ,Birds like Hornbills ,Barbets ,Green Pigeons feeding on forest fig trees aid in seed germination and thus play a significant ecological role in the environment. Migratory birds like Bar-headed Goose ,Ruddy Shelduck ,Common Crane ,Black necked Crane have definite migratory patterns and need feeding resting places enroute ,bird ringing helps in determining bird migratory airways and field observations done by bird experts devise strategies to aid in their safe migratory passages and breeding and resting places. To shed light on bird diversity , bird migration ,bird food resources ,bird nesting habits and their role as pollinators ,seed dispersal agents ,forest tree seed germination facilitators and as control agents of insect pests in the interest of agriculture and forestry ,277th Migratory Bird Day Tree Talk is being organized in the Shalimar Mughal Garden of Kashmir on 10th May 2014. (10th May 2014 ,World Migratory Bird Day) Om Prakash Sharma,1987 YOA ,CADRE : J&K Email : opsfrijk@gmail.com

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Zabarwan Times E-Paper English 10 May 2014