Morning news 19 may 2016


1. Top Union ministers and BJP leaders, including party chief
Amit Shah on Wednesday reviewed the political and security
situation in Jammu and Kashmir besides discussing
rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits.
2. Even as the forest fire in a ridge near Katra helipad and
Trikuta hills was controlled following hours long operation by
the Indian Air Force choppers, fresh blazes erupted late last
adjoining Himkoti, near new track to Mata Vaishno Devi
Bhawan.
3. Around 25 students of Government school Ghatti near
Kathua were taken ill after having the mid-day meal. All the
students were hospitalized and later discharged in the
evening after treatment.
4. The Government has attached Executive Engineer PHE City
Division –I, Jammu and Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE)
Sitlee Sub Division, pending inquiry against them.
5. Jammu experienced its hottest day of the season so far on
Wednesday, with the maximum temperature touching 42.8
degree Celsius while the Srinagar, the summer capital of the
State also recorded season’s highest temperature of 31
degree Celsius.
6. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha and former Chief
Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Ghulam Nabi Azad has
categorically stated that he has no intentions to contest Lok
Sabha election from Anantnag, a seat which will fall vacant
when incumbent Lok Sabha member and Chief Minister
Mehbooba Mufti will tender her resignation.
7. An ATM scam worth more than Rs 2.5 crores has surfaced
in the filling of cash in the Automated Teller Machine of SBI
Main Branch in Udhampur.
8. Jammu and Kashmir government has called for
constitution of Internal Complaints Committees for
prevention and redressal of complaints of harassment of
women at workplaces in all subordinate offices and at
district-level within one month.
9. Linking the progress of Jammu and Kashmir to the growth
of its rural areas, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said
that there would be better prospects of economic growth if
people at panchayat-level are actively involved in
development schemes.
10. Jammu and Kashmir government has announced
enhancement of the retirement age of Agro Industries
Development Corporation employees to 60 years and in-
principle approval to the implementation of Sixth Pay
Commission for the corporation (AIDCL).
11. Opposition National Conference leader Omar Abdullah took
a dig at Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, saying she had been
rendered a “figurehead” as she had not been included in a
high-level meeting held in Delhi to discuss “all aspects” of
Jammu and Kashmir.
12. Jammu and Kashmir government has called for
constitution of Internal Complaints Committees for
prevention and redressal o


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