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  • Jammu, Talwara Migrants denied relief

JAMMU: Talwara Migrants Committee and other Jammu Migrants called on Prof. Bhim Singh, Executive Chairman, Legal Aid Committee & Chief Patron-JKNPP requesting to move their case before Supreme Court as the Govt J&K has violated Supreme Court Order which had directed the Union of India and the Govt of J&K to provide relief to all Migrants of Jammu Province (Doda, Udhampur, Rajouri, Poonch Districts) at par with Kashmiri Migrants.

 

Prof. Bhim Singh has taken up their case before the Supreme Court that Govt. of India for providing relief to all Jammu Migrants at par with Kashmiri Migrants. Prof. Bhim Singh urged the Union of India to provide relief to all Jammu Migrants at par with Kashmir Migrants. In his letter to the Governor of J&K he urged to provide relief to all the Talwara & Jammu Migrants in accordance with the Judgment of the Supreme Court dated 13th July, 2007.

 

Prof. Bhim Singh declared that contempt of the court shall also be filed in the Supreme Court for defying the Supreme Court deliberately and with malafide intention by the State Govt. which violated Supreme Court Judgment. The State Administration has removed half of the Migrants from the legitimate number of the Migrants. The Migrants who attended the meeting in Jammu submitted memorandum to Prof. Bhim Singh, included Balwan Singh, Jagdev Singh, Samitra Devi, Kuldip Sing, Chhatar Singh, Kartar Singh, Baldev Singh, Hukam Chand, Paras Ram and others.

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SRINAGAR: Union Minister of State (I/C) for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Giriraj Singh launched Western and Ethnic Designer Wear collections at Khadi Bhawan at Connaught Place New Delhi. During the inauguration function Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena, KVIC (North Zone) Head Dr. Hina Shafi Bhat, Designer Ritu Beri were present. Besides Mr. Panda and Mr. Negi were also present among the dignitaries.

 

Giving details,  Dr. Hina said that Khadi is now for each and every one. She said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the brand ambassador of Khadi and its sales growth has increased three folds.
Hina said PM Modi has always promoted Khadi even on his every foreign tours. KVIC North Zone Head said that Khadi which has always created history is again scripting history ... internationally acclaimed fashion designer Ritu Beri is now designing trending designs in Khadi.

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SRINAGAR: Ministry of Minority Affairs has invited online applications from the students of minority communities and those having any kind of disabilities for availing the pre and post-matric scholarships. The implementation of the scholarship scheme will be done through the Common National Scholarship Web portal of the Government of India and can be accessed at www.scholarship.gov.in. The portal will accept application from 23 July 2018 to 15 August 2018.

According to the notification the family income of the students with any kind of disability (above 40 percent) should be in the range of Rs 2.50 lakh to Rs 6 lakh depending on the type of the scholarship.  With regards to meritorious students from minority communities, the family income of such students should be in the range of Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2.50 lakhs depending on the type of scholarship the student wants to avail.

All universities, institutes, colleges, schools located in Kashmir province who have not registered themselves have been advised to register themselves and their course details on the National Scholarship portal by 15 August 2018 so that their students can apply and they can verify such applications on the portal without any delay. For further details the students are advised to visit the National scholarship portal www.scholarship.gov.in.