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SRINAGAR: Director General of Police J&K Sh. Dilbag Singh, IPS visited Police Training School, Manigam where he inaugurated a newly constructed Basket Ball Court and Amphi Theater. He also addressed a trainees' darbar. The Director General of Police was received by the Principal of the Training School Shri Haseeb-Ur-Rehman, SSP. On his arrival the DGP was presented ceremonial Guard of Honour.

Addressing the trainees, the DGP said that the recruit trainees should make best use of all the facilities available in the training institute and learn all the traits of the policing. He said that they should follow the training curriculum with dedication so that they will keep fit throughout their respective careers till they retire from the active service. The DGP said that training provides an opportunity to the trainees whether officers or of other ranks to grill and shape themselves as a confident, well versed and well-mannered police person.

He said that the trainees were lucky to have joined J&K Police which is a large family and this phase of grooming will determine how successful they would be professionally. He advised the trainees to learn all the skills and techniques of investigation and policing so that they become confident and strong. He also advised them to prepare themselves to face the difficulties and remain cheerful in all circumstances. While referring to the situation in the State he impressed upon the trainees to work for peace once they pass out and follow the principles of  justice.

He also impressed upon them to work shoulder to shoulder with one another and enjoy their training as the days of the training are the most memorable in the professional life of any officer or jawan. Earlier, Principal PTS Manigam gave a brief of the activities and training programmes of the School. He brought to the notice of the DGP some demands which the DGP said that these would be looked into sympathetically. Later on the DGP inaugurated Basket Ball Court, Amphi Theater.IGP Kashmir Sh S.P.Pani and SSP Ganderbal Shri Khalil Poswal were present on the occasion.

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DODA: A 2-day long Block level Inter School tournament, organized by Department of Youth Service and Sports under the overall supervision of DDC Doda, concluded here at Government HSS Berreru. In U-19 (Boys) category, HSS Malothi bagged Kho-Kho trophy while Kabaddi HSS Berreru emerged winner in Volley Ball. In U-17 (Girls), HSS Berreru won in Volley Ball whereas HSS Malothi won the Kho-Kho competition.

In Boys U-17 category, HS Town emerged winner in Volleyball, HS Seri in Kabaddi and HSS Malothi in Kho Kho. Meanwhile in Girls U-17, HS Bhalla lifted the Volley Ball and Kho-Kho trophy where HSS Berreru emerged winner in Kabaddi. In Wrestling U-17 category (Boys), TaseenJaved of HS Dugli and Nihal Kumar of HSS Malothi bagged the top positions while in Girls U-17, Kajal Devi of HS Dugli grabbed the top spot.    

In Boys U-19, Sukvinder and Arif Hussain from HSS Malothi emerged as winners in different weight category. BDO Bhalla distributed prizes among the winners in presence of Principal HSS Berreru Suresh Kumar Manhas, Principal HSS Malothi and Incharge ZPEO Sanjay Kumar. The matches were officiated by PEMs Vijay Kumar, Mujahid Hussain, Leena Kumari and Subash Chander along with PETs Sharda Devi, AnjlaDevi, Vinod Kumar, Jagdish Kumar, Dara Singh, Liaqat Ali, Krishan Singh and Anesh Kumar.

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  • Chief Justice hands over trophies to winners

SRINAGAR: Chief Justice Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Justice Gita Mittal, Saturday evening gave away trophies to the winners of the “Legal Eagles Golf Tournament” here at Royal Springs Golf Course. The award ceremony was also attended Chairman and CEO of J&K Bank Parvez Ahmad. The second runner up Net award was given to Pranav Kohli, Runner up Net went to Inderbir S Alah, and winner Net went to Zubair Zargar.

Second Runner up Gross went to Mir Wajahat and Runner up Gross went to Mukesh Vashisht. Advocate Altaf Naik lifted the overall trophy and was declared winner of the tournament. The trophy for straight drive wen to Sudhanshu Batra, Longest drive award went to Saurabh Kalia, nearest to pin award went to Arun Bhardawaj, best player judge went to Justice D H Thakur while Sunita Dutt bagged best lady golfer award.

Justice Gita Mittal congratulated the winners and also appreciated the participants on visiting Kashmir for such a maiden tournament. Earlier on the day, she had also teed-off the day-long golf tournament at Royal Springs Golf Course (RSGC).

Organized by Jammu and Kashmir High Court and Tourism Department, ‘Legal Eagles Golf Tournament’ witnessed the participation of around 50 golfers which include 30 Lawyers, Judges and retired jurists from various states across the country, and 20 regular golfers from Kashmir’s legal fraternity. The event was co-sponsored by J&K Bank.