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SRINAGAR: Jammu Kashmir Cements Limited has taken various steps to reduce debt liability to the level company is able to afford. During the last two years, the company reduced the liability of bank debts from Rs 64.97 Crores to Rs 48.31 Crores. The Company has managed to repay an amount of Rs 16.66 Crores and has successfully reduced the liability of bank debts.

In spite of financial crisis, the performance of the company during 1st quarter of the current financial year is highest of all in terms of sales and revenue as compared to corresponding periods of last six years. Khrew Plant at present is in a position to produce 700 to 800 MT per day subject to availability of smooth flow of funds. An official said the flow of funds is essential to meet legitimate operational expenses so that plant operation is optimized to achieve the desired targets.

 

“The company requires financial assistance to cover the shortfall of Rs 125 Crores per month. The financial assistance will enable the company to achieve the annual target fixed for the year 2018-19. The company achieved highest turnover of Rs 120.00 Crores during the year 2011-12 and hopefully the company will be able to set a new record of highest turnover during current financial year.”

This year the company lost 22 working days due to strikes while during the last financial year the number of working days lost by company due to strikes and restrictions was 88. Despite this JK Cements has managed to reduce not only debt liability but has also achieved highest turnover this year.

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  • 35 cash prizes worth RS 4 lac to be awarded

 

SRINAGAR: Jammu & Kashmir Police is organising ‘Run for Peace-2018’ a state level marathon on 2nd September-2018 at Srinagar. The marathon is being organised by Jammu and Kashmir Police under Civic Action Programme and large number of school going children and  people of different age groups are expected to participate in the event.

This was disclosed by Shri A.K.Choudhary-IPS, ADGP Armed during a meeting held here at Armed Police Headquarters, Batamaloo Srinagar. Mr Choudhary, who is also the organising secretary of ‘Run for Peace-2018, said that ₹ 4.00 lacs are being distributed as cash prize among 35 outstanding athletes participating in different competitions during the event. The details are enumerated as under:-

Event

Timings

Cash Reward

42 Kms (Men)

Full Marathon

(First Five)

05.30 AM

30000+25000+20000+15000+10000

21 Kms (Men)

Half Marathon

(First Five)

05.45 AM

20000+15000+12000+10000+5000

21 Kms (Women)

Half Marathon

(First Five)           

06.00 AM

20000+15000+12000+10000+5000

8 Kms (Boys)

U/14

(First Ten)

06.15 AM

12000+10000+8000+7000+6000+

5000+4000+3000+2500+1500

6 Km (Girls)

U/14

(First Ten)

06.30 AM

12000+10000+8000+7000+6000+

5000+4000+3000+2500+1500

Run for Peace (4 Kms)                       06.45 AM

For all categories (Senior citizens/men/Women/Children

“To ensure participation of maximum public, the event been divided into five different categories based on distance to be covered by the athletes which include Full Marathon of 42 km for men, Half Marathon of 21 km for both men and women (to be flagged off separately), 8 km run for under-14 boys, 6 km run for under-14 girls, Run for Fun of 4 km for both men and women irrespective of age he added. 

The ADGP said that the marathon is open to all and the aspirants who can register themselves at Sports Control Room, Lake View Police Golf Course Srinagar and Sports officer of J&K Police at Armed Police Headquarters, Batamaloo Srinagar, between 10 am to 6 pm on any working day. While addressing the meeting, ADGP Armed said that different committees have been formed for smooth and successful conduct of the event.

The participant shall be provided T-Shirt and refreshment packets for which all the arrangements have been made on the ground. Prominent among others who attended the meeting were IGP Armed /IR Kashmir, All Kashmir based Commandants, and representatives of Crime, Security, Telecom ACS Kmr, Traffic, SDRF, District Police Srinagar including AIG Communication PHQ.

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JAMMU: On the Instructions of Sh. Arvind Kotwal (KAS), Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation a team headed by Sh. Pardeep Singh Manhas (KAS) Joint Commissioner (A), JMC, alongwith Health Officer JMC Dr. Saleem Khan, Chief Transport officer Sh. Talat Mehmood inspected Eidgahs & mosques falling within the limits of JMC in view of ensuing  Eid-Ul-Azha falling on 22/08/2018. The Eidgahs / mosques inspected during the tour included main Eidgah Residency Road Jammu, Eidgah Pul Tawi, Eidgah Sidhra, Eidgah Malik Market, Jamia Masjid Khatikaan Talab area, Jamia Masjid Gole Market Gandhi Nagar, Jamia Masjid Haj House Railway Station, Jamia Masjid Gujjar Nagar, Jamia Masjid Police Line Gandhi Nagar, Jamia Masjid Lakdatta Bazar Jammu and others. During inspections the following instructions were issued: -

The field staff of Health & Sanitation wing JMC was directed for sweeping of all the areas around eid venues including desilting of drains, cutting of wild grass and sprinkling of lime where ever required. They also instructed for thermal fogging at these areas. The transport wing JMC was directed to clear all garbage / debris and other mulba lying in and around these mosques. They were also directed to provide additional vehicles and other machinery for lifting of extra garbage generated from these areas well in time so that the people may not face any difficulties. CTO were also instructed to place mobile toilet vans and water tankies where ever required.

The Municipal Veterinary wing, JMC was directed to lift all the stray animals from these areas to avoid any untoward incidents. The Executive Engineer (Electric), JMC was asked to repair the street lights around all the masques / grave yards falling within the limits of JMC well in time. Other Officers who was present during the tour were Executive Engineer (Electric) JMC, Municipal Veterinary Officer, besides other senior supervisory staff from Health & Transport wing.

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