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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Kashmir

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PDP creates ruckus in house over encounter report

The PDP had alleged that the encounter in Bandipore had led to much damage,however,a report that was read in the house,claimed otherwise,leading its MLAs to disrupt the house.

Normal life hit in Srinagar,heavy deployment of securitymen

Life in Srinagar remained crippled as authorities imposed stringent restrictions on the movement of people in old city and a shutdown was observed in uptown areas.

Maternity care in Kashmir cries out under overload

When Anbumani Ramadoss promised Rs 50 crore for up gradation of Kashmir’s only maternity facility — the Lal Ded Hospital – in 2007,there was hope for change. Two years later,even that hope has died.

Restrictions imposed in Srinagar following separatists’ call

Authorities have imposed strict restrictions in Srinagar following the call of some separatist outfits of protests after the Friday prayers.

Unify both sides of LoC for Kashmir solution: Mehbooba

The PDP President asked the state government to frame joint proposals in consultation with PoK government to bring about the economic stability in the state.

India may crack into list of top walnut producers in five years,say J-K varsity scientists

Scientists at Jammu and Kashmir’s agriculture university claim to have worked out the perfect script to make India one among world’s top walnut producers….

Kashmir’s district hospitals in urgent need of upgrade

To put the health care system in Kashmir back on track,the government urgently needs to make District Hospitals operational and thus decentralize the otherwise Srinagar-centric healthcare.

What ails the Valley’s only children’s hospital?

The only tertiary childcare hospital in the valley that caters to children of the age group 0-15 years has been downsized from 175 beds to 135 beds.

Lack of doctors cripples Jammu’s GMC

In this hospital,where doctors have often been accused of negligence one frequently witnesses quarrels between doctors and the attendants of the patients.

SKIMS muzzles criticism with ad blitz

For the past more than a week now,the administration of the valley’s lone tertiary care hospital is issuing advertisements worth lakhs of rupees to portray a positive image of the institute and calls for ‘restraint’.

30 killed in Doda road accident

Thirty passengers were killed and another 15 were injured when a bus skidded off the road and plunged into Neeru Nallah of Chenab River at Puldoda

Valley’s children hospital suffers from lack of cleanliness

The Valley’s only children hospital is in dire need of cleaning but shortage of sweepers and almost no cleaning material makes things worse.

Surgeries can wait for Jammu’s GMC

It is only in case of emergencies that the patients get operated immediately,for all other surgeries they have to wait for months or even years together.

J&K’s first assembly session to start

The state’s first assembly session for the new government lead by Omar Abdullah will have the government facing a volley of questions over a range of issues.

Yasin Malik’s relative dies,large-scale protests in Srinagar

Normal life came to a standstill in Srinagar as the killing of a 35-year-old relative of JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik under mysterious circumstances sparked off spontaneous protests.