Manjit Singh

Unconcerned Govt, administration turns deaf ears towards suffering of poor farmers: Manjit

Unconcerned Govt, administration turns deaf ears towards suffering of poor farmers: Manjit

Newspoint Bureau Vijaypur, September 23 Former Minister and senior Congress leader Manjit Singh today appealed Government to provide relief and compensation to the poor farmers who have been hit with flash floods last evening in Vijaypur following heavy rains. The JKPCC general secretary Manjit Singh conducted tour of the flood affected villages in Vijaypur along

Also, there were reports of an infiltration bid in the area. The army schools and Kendriya Vidyalayas were closed as a precautionary measure, they said.

However, nothing has so far been found in the area and the searches are underway,

Search operations in J&K after reports of movement of militants .

JAMMU Security forces conducted searches after reports of suspicious movement of militants in border belt of Samba district forcing closure of some schools. There were reports of some suspected movement of some armed persons following which search operations were conducted by security forces in border belts of Samba district early today, defence sources said. Also,

UDAAN, a Scheme of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)

Training cum placement drive under Udaan held

  Newspoint Bureau Samba, September 9 Training-cum-Placement Drive was held at District Employment & Counseling centre, Samba under UDAAN, a Scheme of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Government of India for skill development & placement of unemployed educated youth of the district. About 116 candidates participated in the drive, out of which 96 candidates were


protest in Samba District.

Students of Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Samba holds protests and blocked National Highway at Samba for 2 and half  hours due to shortage of  Lecturers in their School and demanding immediate fulfill their demands…..

JKAACL felicitates Sahitya Akademi Awardee

JKAACL felicitates Sahitya Akademi Awardee

Newspoint Bureau Samba, August 24 J&K Academy of Art, Culture and Languages (JKAACL), Jammu today organised a Dogri Mushaira in honour of Tara Chand Kalandri at his native village Mahal Kalandria, Samba who has been recently been bestowed with the Sahitya Akademi Bal Puraskaar by the Sahitya Akademi , New Delhi  on his book “Satrangi

Samba tense after sacrilegious act, curfew imposed

Samba tense after sacrilegious act, curfew imposed

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi Curfew was imposed in Raya Morh-Vijaypur of Samba district, approximately 18 km from Jammu, after arson and stone pelting followed reports of sacrilegious act on Thursday   The incensed protesters blocked Jammu-Pathankot National Highway and damaged more than dozen vehicles, including car of deputy commissioner Samba. They also allegedly pelted stones

boys and girls hr sec school

protest by students of Govt. boys and girls hr sec school samba on the issue of non availability of botany and computer science teachers from last few months

The students from Government Boys and Girls Higher Secondary School, Samba today blocked the National Highway and held a protest demonstration against education department for not deploying botany and computer science teachers.   Hundreds of students assembled at National Highway and shouted slogans against the government for not paying attention towards the grievances’ of the



Samba Police headed by Inspector Sanjeev Chib, SHO P/S Samba under the supervision of Shri Varinder Singh, Dy. SP HQ, Samba, arrested fraudsters namely Hassaam Din S/O Ghulam Mohd R/O Sudh Mahadev, Chenani, Udhampur and Showkat Ali S/O Said Mohd R/O Gujru, Nagrota, Jammu. Pertinent to mention that Parveen Singh S/O Fateh Singh R/O Palth,