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133 Sub-Inspectors of J&K Police promoted, DGP congratulates promoted officers and their families

Jammu, Jan 16: Director General of Police J&K, Shri Dilbag Singh has ordered the promotion of 133 Sub-Inspectors of Executive Police to the rank of Inspectors here today.

A Department Promotion Committee under the chairmanship of DGP J&K met at PHQ on 12-01-2021 and promoted 133 Sub-Inspectors of J&K Executive Police to the rank of Inspector in the Pay Scale of Rs/- 35900-113500-Level-6E vide PHQ Order No. 179 of 2021 dated 16-01-2021.

The DGP, J&K congratulated the newly promoted officers and their families. He has stressed upon them to continue work for public service with more zeal and dedication.

Those who have been promoted are Parvaiz Ahmed Khanday EXJ109384,Youns Bashir Wani EXK109231, Purshotam Kumar EXJ109559, Purab Singh EXJ109528,Vikas Jasrotia EXJ109536, Asif Iqbal Misgar EXK109478,Vinod Kumar EXJ109370, Liyaqat Ali   EXK109375, Amit Pal Singh EXK109163, Masood Rashid Masoodi EXK109344, Manoj Kumar EXJ109510, Sandeep Kumar EXJ109373,Sunil Kumar Parihar EXJ109392, Aga Asgar Ali EXK109521, Mukesh Kumar Sharma EXJ109482, Shahnawaz Teeli EXK109342, Sudesh KumarEXJ016634, Sajad Iqbal EXJ109399, Lateef Ahmad Dar EXK109322, Rahul Mahajan EXJ109562, Mohd Abas Kumar EXK109254, Sushil Choudhary EXJ109508, Ankuj Kumar EXJ109589, Mohd Rashad EXJ109544, Tribhawan Khajuria EXJ109533, Rajveer Singh EXJ109457, Imtiyaz Ahmad Mir EXK109400, Javaid Gulzar Bhat EXK109485, Muddasir Nazar   EXK109361, Sarjan Ahmad Dar EXK109168, Ravinder Kumar  EXJ109403, Mohd. Abas Chak EXK116417, Jai Paul Singh EXJ109541, Bilal Ahmad Khanday EXK115634, Syed Owais Geelani  EXK109161, Zaheer Iqbal EXJ109387, H.M. Shahnawaz Giri   EXJ109367, Ab. Latief Shabnam  EXK115708, Naseer Ahmad Ahanger  EXK109501, Ashwani Kumar   EXJ109453, Deepak Bharti EXJ109548, Maninder Singh EXJ109573, Kamal Preet Singh EXJ109549, Anil Kumar EXJ109398, Adil Bashir EXK109461, Sandeep Charak EXJ109566, Sukhvir Singh EXJ109379, Syed Iqbal Rashid   EXK109488, Rohit Kumar  EXJ109591, Pawan Kumar Dogra  EXJ066498, Imtiyaz Ahmad Wani EXK115568, Tawseef Habib EXK109164, Mohd Naseer EXJ109588, Sheikh Sameer Altaf EXK109565, Youg Raj EXJ115662, Mushtaq Ahmad Malik  EXK109302, Niku Ram  EXJ115710, Waseem Jahingir Shah  EXK109272, Masroor Ahmad Ganie EXK109445, Sandeep Kumar   EXJ109404, Bupesh Singh   EXJ115721, Gowhar Ahmad Bhat  EXK109472, Naseer Ahmad Malik EXK109597, Tariq Ahmad WaniEXK109443, Vishal Manhas  EXJ109382, Sameer Ahmed Batt EXJ109380, Chander Bushan EXJ109568, Javed Iqbal Choudhary  EXJ109500, Sumit Magotra EXJ109484, Afaq Majid Wani EXK109321, Vikas Hans  EXJ109444, Jaswinder Singh   EXJ109525, Shakil Ahmed Manhas  EXJ109391, Gulam Hussan Parray EXK109547, Younis KhanEXK109460, Ashaq Hussain EXJ109381, Arun Bhagat EXJ109406, Sajad Ahmad Parray EXK109167, Tajamul Islam EXK109530, Masoodul Hassan EXK109260, Jasvinder Choudhary EXJ109497, Ashish Sagar  EXJ109593, Askar Hussain  EXJ109492, Karnail Singh EXJ109494, Mohd Iqbal Bhat EXK116208, Adil Ashraf Bhat EXK109538, Wasim Ahmad Shah EXK109397, Hussain Ahmad Mughal EXK115709, Rakesh Sharma EXJ109448, Mudasir Hussain Zaroo EXK109456, Ashish Choudhary EXJ109374, Reyaz Ahmad Khan  EXK109143, Saqib Bashir EXK109574, Muhsin Ahmad Dar  EXK115584, Novneet Verma EXJ109450, Deepak Thakur  EXJ109385, Suman Singh EXJ115663, Vishal Dogra EXJ109535, Waseem Gull   EXK109237, Fayaz Ahmad Chachie  EXK115648, Parvaiz Ahmad Gogger  EXK109236, Kapil ManhasEXJ109495, Vikram Kumar Panjgotra EXJ109469, Towseef Ahmad  EXK109314, Altaf Rashid  Kakroo EXK115612, Imran Khan  EXJ109520, Rajinder Khajuria EXJ109569, Mudasir NazarEXK109156, Sumeet Sharma  EXJ109490, Vijay Sharma EXJ109546, Sunil Kalsi   EXJ109451, Mukhtiar Ali  EXJ109578, Sandeep Singh Bhau   EXJ109474, Khalid Aslam Shah EXK109455, Yash Paul EXJ109491, Surinder Singh Nagra EXJ109594, Subzar Ahmad EXK117836, Tanvir Ahmad  EXK126490, Sikinder SinghEXJ119194, Vicky Thapa  EXJ119704, Aijaz Ahmad Dar EXK119924, Sohit Trikha EXJ005502, Vinay Gupta EXJ005501, Neelam SainiEXJ006471, Kunti Devi EXJ005499, Samsen Bhati EXJ003729, Vikram SinghEXJ017369, Kanchan Bala EXJ017269, Imran Bashir EXK017382, Anil Kumar Jad EXJ017347, Sampaul GillEXJ026068, Safder Hussain EXJ825837, Syed Mohd Maqsood  EXK831944.

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Labourer hit by stone while loading tipper at Zewan, dies

Driver killed in Ramban

(Asian News Hub) – A labourer died on Friday evening after he was hit by a stone while loading a tipper in Zewan area of Pampore.

Official sources told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that a labourer identified as Parvaiz Ahmad Wani, son of Bashir Ahmad Wani of Aripora Zewan was hit by a stone when he was loading a tipper at Stone Quarry Shal Guph Aripora area in Zewan, leaving him seriously wounded.

The injured labourer was immediately taken to Sub District Hospital (SDH) Pampore wherefrom he was shifted to SMHS hospital for specialized treatment, they said.

However, they added that the injured laboured succumbed to his injuries on way to the hospital.

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As schools partially re-open, students demand March session examination

Huzaiful Reyaz

(Asian News Hub) – As the educational institutions, including schools have partially re-opened for vaccinated students of higher classes, the students are urging authorities to conduct exams in March so that they can comfortably complete their syllabus.

Taking to Asian News Hub, students said that they are not prepared for exams which are likely to be held in last week of October, giving the reason that their studies had got affected by lockdown and that they haven’t completed the syllabus.

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A group of class 12 students told Asian News Hub that their syllabus is incomplete and it will take them at least 3-4 months to complete remaining part of their syllabus and to prepare for their board examination.

“While exams are knocking the door, we haven’t even completed half of the syllabus yet. Online classes didn’t clear the concept, they were of no use. Now as schools have reopened, goverment should allow us to attend physical classes for these months, and should held exams in March, so that our study goes unaffected,” said Falak, a student from Srinagar.

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Another student saying same said that it will take them atleast three months to complete the syllabus and goverment notification where they said they are holding exams in October has put them in depression.

“We haven’t been to school this year. The online classes are of no use compared to physical classes. Most part of our syllabus is incomplete, we aren’t prepared, we need time for preparation,” another student said.

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While we tried to contact the officials in Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education, however we failed.

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Kulgam girl’s innovate lid opener for chemical bottles bags national award

(Asian News Hub) – A 19-year-old girl from South Kashmir’s Kulgam district has earned a rare honour by winning national ‘Inspire-Manak’ award for inventing the lid opener for chemical bottles.

Mehvish Riyaz (19) a resident of Akhran village of Kulgam in South Kashmir, has received an award for innovation at the National Science Exhibition held recently.

A student of the local government school, Mehvish’s success has brought cheers to her school teachers while making her parents proud.

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Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr Jitendra Singh conferred award to Mehvish in the award function of 8th NLEPC-2021 for INSPIRE-MANAK.

Mehvish and her father Riyaz Ahmad while speaking with news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) gave all credit to the school teachers for her success.

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“My daughter and two other children were studying in a private school. I shifted them to the government school because of its reputation,” Riyaz said.

“When you get ideas you do not know whether it is a hobby or an interest. I call it an interest because I like what I do. Since childhood, I was much aligned to all this stuff,” said Mehvish, adding that it was all possible because of her teachers and parents.

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Mahvish’s model on bottle opener for chemicals won her the ‘Inspire-Manak’ National award.

Mahvish’s invented lid opener for chemical bottles is useful and can solve problems of dealing with chemicals in a laboratory or in industry.

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Her model was presented to and judged by various scientific innovation organizations at the exhibition.

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