Man robbed of Rs 4,000: Some miscreants allegedly attacked Bijender, an employee of a computer lab, at Leo chowk here on Monday. They reportedly looted Rs 4,000 and a mobile phone from him. The incident took place when he was returning to his house at Sadhu Shah
Makar Sankranti celebrated: Deputy commissioner Chander Prakash along with other officials concerned celebrated Makar Sankranti with inmates of the Old Age Home here on Wednesday. The DC also distributed blankets among them . He also dedicated two colour TV sets to them on the occasion
Faculty programme ends: “Train the trainers” programme is definitely a step forward for all technical institutions and the quality improvement of technical education. Bilaspur SDM Sujan Singh Yadav stated this on the concluding day of the All-India Council for Technical Education-sponsored “Staff and faculty development programme” at Ganpati College of Management for Girls, Shahpur, on Wednesday.
Santoor maestro: Abhay Rustum Sopori, the youngest Santoor maestro, classical musician and artist from the country to be awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award, on Wednesday presented a scintillating Santoor recital at Government College for Women, Parade Ground. Abhay played Raag Ahiri Todi, which was followed by Ati-Drut Teentaal Gat (instrumental composition) composed by him.
4 employees suspended: The government on Wednesday suspended four employees of the Animal Husbandry department for unauthorised absence from duty. Three livestock assistants and an attendant were found absent from duty in Baramulla district during an inspection by the Director of the department, an official spokesperson said. Their salaries have been stopped. A veterinary assistant surgeon with the Chief Animal Husbandry Officer, Baramulla, had been asked to report to the chief veterinary officer,
One electrocuted, girl hurt:
A lineman of the Power Development Department (PDD) was electrocuted while one person was injured in the valley on Tuesday night, official sources said Wednesday. Abdul Aziz Lone, a lineman, was repairing electric line when he got in contact with a live wire at Baramulla in North Kashmir. He was rushed to the hospital where he was declared brought dead. In another incident, a vehicle hit and wounded Tahoora Bashir at Kanispora in
Baramulla. She was hospitalised.
Rotten vegetables, fruits destroyed: The authorities in Baramulla districtdestroyed more than seven quintals of rotten fruits, vegetables and adulterated milk during a day-long market checking, official sources said on Wednesday. The market checking squad of the Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution inspected various markets in
Baramulla, Sopore, Pattan and Tangmarg towns on Tuesday. The squad destroyed 5.17 quintals of rotten vegetables, 91 kg of fruit and 1.13 quintals of adulterated milk. The guilty shopkeepers were also fined.
on Ladakh: ‘Ladakh - An Eternal Splendour’, a photo documentary film by VK Soi was screened on Wednesday at Matrika Auditorium of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University
(SMVDU), Kakrayal, Katra. The photo documentary dedicated to the people of Ladakh in the memory of
Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah was witnessed by students, faculty, University Governance and other distinguished guests. Vice-chancellor of the SMVDU NK Bansal was the chief guest on the occasion.