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JAMMU: In order to intensify the market checking on the eve of ensuing Eid-ul-Azha, a checking squad headed by Mukhter Ahmed, Assistant Director (Enforcement), FCS&CA Department Jammu along with team of Inspectors Diwan Singh, Yogesh Kumar, Vishwamitra, Prithipal Singh, Raman Kumar visited Gujjar Nagar, Talab Khatikan, Residency Road, Bathindi, Sunjwan, Malik Market and checked business establishments of mutton, chicken, live sheep/goat sellers and other essential commodities.

 

About 80 shops were checked and 10 erring shopkeepers were booked and a fine of Rs. 5500 was realized from them on spot for violating various rules of Essential Commodities Act 1955, LPG Control Order 2000 and non-display of rate list on their shops. The checking squad also inspected un-organized market of sacrificial Goat/Sheep. The traders of these markets were instructed to charge rates as fixed by the government.

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RAMBAN: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Ramban, Anita Sharma convened an introductory cum police public meet at Ramban. The meeting was attended by Addl. SP Ramban, Sanjay Parihar DSP Hqrs Asgar Ali Malik and SHO Ramban Vijay Kotwal besides citizens from all walks of life including prominent citizens of Ramban.

 

During the meeting, discussions were held over the important issues of the area raised by the participants including drugs menace, traffic congestion, sports activity, library facility, establishment of women police station, depleted condition of NHW due to widening, eradication of social evils and intensifying of police patrolling in the market area.

SSP Ramban in her address appealed the participants to maintain communal harmony in the area. They were further requested to follow and respect traffic rules and make use of crash helmets while driving two wheelers and seat belts while driving four wheelers.

In order to avoid congestion in the market area, the participants were advised to identify a parking area so that the vehicles of shopkeepers, employees can be parked over there. The participants were made aware of various initiatives of J&K Police to check the menace of drugs and de-addiction centres established.

Moreover, they were assured of career guidance to their wards preparing for competitive examinations, particularly for SI interviews. While concluding, SSP Ramban said that such interaction in future should be organized and hoped more and more participation of women in such meetings.

The participants appreciated the initiative of SSP Ramban and assured their full cooperation to weed out the social evils from the society.  SSP assured the public appropriate action on their genuine issues.

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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission today announced that J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) Examination-2018 shall be conducted on 02 September 2018. According to a notification issued by JKPSC, the examination will be conducted in two Sessions. The Forenoon Session will be held from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon and the Afternoon Session will be from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM.

 

The Admit Cards shall be available on the Commission’s website http://www.jkpsc.nic.in from 21 August 2018. "However, in case, a candidate is not able to download his/her admit card and his name doesn’t figure in the deficiency/rejection notice dated: 17.08.2018, he or she may represent before the Commission by or before 25.08.2018 with a valid proof of having filled in Online Application form and online fee, failing which it shall be presumed that they are not interested in appearing in the said exam and no claim whatsoever after 25.08.2018 shall be entertained," the notification read. The candidates have been advised to take a printout of the admit card well in advance to avoid last minute rush.

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