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JAMMU: JIAR in collaboration with CCRAS Bantalab Jammu organized a Lecture on AYUSH and Social Media Platform. The event was headed by Dr. S.K. Singh Research Officer incharge RARIUD (Regional Ayurveda Research Institute for Urinary diseases Jammu) and team members Dr. Gopeh Sharma Research Officer Ayurveda RARIUD and Dr. Ani Research Officer Ayurveda. During the event wonderful presentation cum Lecture on Ayush and social media platform who given by Dr. Gopesh Sharma.

The whole event was organized under the supervision of chairperson Mrs. Suman Sharma, Managing Director Ritesh and Er. Ravish Sharma, Principal JIAR Dr. Raghuvir Singh, Vice Principal Dr. Nitin Mahajan. The programme began with beautiful dhanvantri Vandana by students of BAMS Final year   and was concluded by vote of thanks by Dr. Raghuvir Singh Principal JIAR. The whole event was co-ordinated by Dr. Twinkle Gupta Associate Prof.  Kayachikitsa Deptt. and Dr Pooja Gupta Assistant Prof. Shalya Tantra Department

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JAMMU: Forum for Rights and Justice (A social organization) organised a medical camp on 28th of October 2018 at Govt. Girls High School Sangrampur (Marh Block). Dr. Bharat Bhushan Director Social Welfare attended the function as Chief Guest and Special Guest Sh. Randeep Kumar SSP CID. Renowned Doctors provided their services to the people of the area.

Dr. Sachit Sharma (Child Specialist); Dr. C D Thappa (Gen. Physician) and Dr. Rakesh Sharma (Ortho).  A large no. of people attended the medical camp and gets themselves medically examined. Free medicines were distributed to the patients in the camp. In the camp Chairman of the Forum Sanjay Bansal promised to the people of the area to conduct these type of medical camps in future also and proper follow up of the patients will be provided.

This organisation is organising these types of medical camps in routine. Apart from this Forum For Rights and Justice is doing a very appreciable job in providing free education to poor and needy children. Forum also facilitated Ms. Rajni Sharma State Chairperson of Disables Jeevan Sandesh Trust for doing a very tremendous job by helping the handicap people of the J&K State.

The prominent among others who were present in the function on behalf of Forum for Rights and Justice were Mr. Sanjay Bansal (Chairman of the Forum); Sh. Ajay Ahuja (Vice President of the Forum); Sh. Ajay Bansal (Industrialist); Sh. Sukhwinder Singh (Senior Vice President of the Forum); Sh. Balkar Angurana (General Secretary of the Forum); Sh. Anil Kumar (Joint Secretary of the Forum); Sh. Anil Gupta (Prop. Monica Electricals); Sh. Sushil Sharma; Er. Baldev Raj; Sh. Ram Kumar Gupta; Sh. Inder Pal Sehgal (Industrialist); Sh. Vishal Kapahi; Sh. Rasvinder Singh (Pearl Media); Sh. Jatinder Mehra; Sh. Manish Grover; Sh. Rajiv Jandial; Er. Kuldeep Angral; Sh. Nimran Singh (Social Activist).

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  • Director Anti-Corruption Bureau asked to conduct thorough probe, fix responsibility

NEW DELHI: Governor, Satya Pal Malik has approved foreclosure of the contract with M/S Reliance General Insurance Company (RGIC) for implementing the Group Mediclaim Health Insurance Policy for the employees and pensioners in the State.

According to the Government spokesman, ever since sanction was accorded to the implementation of the insurance scheme by the Government, doubts were expressed in various quarters, including a cross-section of the society and the media, about the credibility of the process. “This has cast a shadow on the entire process followed in the finalization of the scheme,” he said adding that the allegations flying around have not stopped but are pouring in the media about the selection of the Insurance Company, more so the selection of the intermediary (Broker).

He said that as the Governor’s Administration is mandated to provide good, transparent, fair and employee-friendly governance, it was felt that it would be difficult to proceed ahead with the implementation of the scheme. “Taking a well-informed view on all aspects and the concerns about the process involved, the Government is of the opinion that in the interest of the government and for enhanced transparency, it would be judicious not to proceed further in the contract with the insurance firm,” he said and added that therefore, a decision has been taken to foreclose the contract.

He said the matter has been referred to the newly established Anti-Corruption Bureau for examining the entire process to see whether it was conducted in a transparent and fair manner. “Keeping in view the importance of the matter, the Government has directed the Director, Anti-Corruption Bureau to personally look into the matter rather than entrusting it to someone else,” the spokesman said adding that action would then be taken on the findings of the Anti-Corruption Bureau.