Jammu Province

Legal awareness camp held at Ramban

Newspoint Bureau Ramban, April 29 A legal awareness camp was organized in Bharatiya Vidya Mandir High School on the topic “Trafficking, Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Disaster Victims”. The camp was organized on the direction of Kalpana Revo, Chairman District Legal Services Authority, Ramban, where in president Bar Association Advocate Arjun Singh Raju, Tariq Ahmed Malik,

Ashok Pandita, DPO directing officials during a district Child Protection meeting in Ramban on Saturday.

District Child Protection meet held

Newspoint Bureau Ramban, April 29 A meeting of District Child Protection committee was held under the chairmanship of District Programme Officer (DPO) Ramban Ashok Pandita, here today. The meeting was attended by Chief Medical Officer Ramban Dr. S.D. Khan, District Social Welfare Officer Ramban Varunjeet Charak, Dy. Chief Education Officer Ramban Balji Thaploo, Sunny Kumar

Students of G D Goenka writing during a short stories competition in Jammu on Saturday.

Goenkans write vivid review of short stories

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, April 29 A very thought provoking and enthralling activity was held at G D Goenka Public School, Jammu governed by Om Prakash Bansal Charitable Trust. The students wrote eloquent and vivid reviews after reading the short stories. The participants were told to read the short stories of great authors and write

Speaker addressing women gathering during a lecture organised by army in Mendhar on Saturday.

Army conducts lecture on Importance of Girl Child

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, April 29 Army organised a lecture at Nari Niketan, Mendhar on “Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao” a Government of India scheme that aims to generate awareness and improving the efficiency of welfare services meant for women. The event was to bring awareness among the locals and school children about importance of girl child

A view of damaged vehicle on Jammu Pathankot National Highway (inset box) one of the injured persons in Kathua hospital  on Saturday.

Two dead, 2 seriously injured in a road mishap

Sarvjeet Singh Kathua, April 29 Two killed and two seriously injured on Saturday, after a unknown over speeding Truck hit the Car from behind, in which they were traveling on Jammu Pathankot National Highway. The crash occurred on Sahar Khad bridge in Kalibari area of Kathua District, according to Kathua police. According to reports a

Army Public School conduct tree talk

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, April 29 Army Public School, Damana organized a commendable event ‘tree talk’ in the school on the occasion of AWES rising day. While addressing the gathering, O.P. Sharma, Vidyarthi, Director Ecology, Environment and Remote Sensing appraised at length to the students about their role in protecting and preserving the plant kingdom


Chairman J&K Grameen Bank meets Chief Secretary B B Vyas

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, April 29 Chairman J&K Grameen Bank, R.K. Chhibber today met B B Vyas and congratulated him for being elevated to the post of Chief Secretary J&K Government. While meeting him, Chairman discussed with him the latest developments of the Bank and Chief Secretary enquired from the Chairman about the steps taken

The members NILM participating during 
a seminar in Jammu on Saturday

Our motive to make effort to keep city clean and green: Rakeshwar

NILM organizes seminar on Swach Bharat Abhiyan Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, April 28 To create awareness among the masses about ‘Swach Bharat’, National Incredible Literacy Mission (NILM), Jammu on Saturday organized a seminar on Swach Bharat Abhiyan at Oriental Academy Senior Secondary School Jammu. Rakeshwar Singh, Project Director, National Incredible Literacy Mission gave a detailed