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RAMBAN, JULY 16: Additional   District Development Commissioner, Ravinder Sadhu convened a meeting with all the district officers to review enrolment of all employees of different departments on Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS), here today.
The meeting was attended by ADC, Gurvinderjeet Singh, SDM, Gool, Pankaj Bagotra, SDM, Ramsoo, ViqarGiri and representatives of Engineering, Health, Education, Rural Development, Horticulture and Agriculture Department.
During the meeting, ADDC informed that as per Chief Secretary’s directions all the DDOs have to get their employees registered for Aadhar by 17th of July 2018 besides those employees who already have Aadhar number must get themselves registered in AEBAS by18th July 2018.
The ADDC asked the officers to register all the employees working under their jurisdiction on AEBAS portal and get the AEBAS machines installed as early as possible.
ADDC also asked the DDOs to submit the attendance of all the employees on the format already circulated by 10:00 am sharp on daily basis for onward submission to higher authorities. A demonstration session was also conducted by the administration for DDOs regarding operation of AEBAS.

SRINAGAR, JULY 16: Secretary Information, Sarmad Hafeez has condoled the demise of Ghulam Hassan Wani, father of senior journalist Khursheed Ahmad Wani.
Mr Hafeez has also condoled the demise of Hans Raj Sharma, father of senior video-journalist Amit Bhardawaj of Times Now and SumitBhardawaj of Dainik Jagran. 
The Secretary Information has also condoled the demise of Feroz Ahmad, brother of senior journalist Altaf Hussain, who passed away here recently.
He also condoled the demise of Shobhawati Bachloo w/o Late M N Bachloo, the grandmother of Ajay Bachloo of ABP News who passed away in Jammu last week.
Mr Hafeez while expressing solidarity with the bereaved families has prayed for peace to the departed souls.
Meanwhile, the officers and officials of the Department of Information and Public Relations have also condoled the demise and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families.

SONAMARG, JULY 16: The J&K Bharat Scouts and Guides held their 9th District Camporee at Thajiwas, Sonamarg, the first batch of which got concluded today.
The Chief Guest on the occasion was Director Disaster Management, Aamir Ali. 198 boy scouts, from 11 schools and 150 girl guides, from 8 schools, participated in the camp. During the camp the participants were imparted training in disaster preparedness, skill development, making of knots, hiking, cooking, flag hoisting, tent pitching etc. They also participated in cultural activities like Naats, songs, drawing,
The participating schools included, Government Higher Secondary School, Chattabal, Government Girls Higher Secondary School Khanyar, Green Valley Education Institute, Kashmir Harward Educational Institute, Legends Public School, Bonnivent English Medium School, Oak Hill Public School, International Educational School, Tiny Tots, Fable Educational School, Sheikh-ul-Alam Educational Institute, USA Open Rover, USA Units Scouts etc.
Speaking on the occasion the Director Disaster Management implored the children to follow principles of scouting, so that they become, responsible citizens. The training on disaster preparedness was imparted by the NDRF Team, under the command of Inspector SundhirBahuguna. The NDRF team is temporarily stationed at Baltal for Amarnathji Yatra.
The Guest of Honour was M.A. Tramboo, State Organising Commissioner Bharat Scouts and Guides. Others who spoke were P.R. Kotwal Camp Organiser, Camp Director Imran Khan. The participating children were distributed awards and mementoes for various events and activities.

KAKRYAL, JULY 16: On the directions of Governor N. N. Vohra, Chairman Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, 35 critically injured persons in the yesterday’s tragic incident at Siar Baba near Reasi were immediately rushed to the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Super-specialty Hospital (SMVDNSH), Kakryal, for urgent treatment.
Of those injured, two were declared as brought dead, while the other 33 are undergoing treatment at this Hospital since last evening. Of these 33 patients, 6 who are seriously injured are being managed in the Intensive Critical Care Units, 4 of whom were operated last night by the Neurosurgery Team of the Hospital.
5 other patients, having different types of fractures, shall be operated electively today by the Orthopedics Team of the Hospital. All the other patients are stable and shall be discharged in due course.
It may be recalled that on being informed about the accident, Governor had directed Sh. Dheeraj Gupta, CEO, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, to make immediate arrangements for all the injured persons being taken to the Shrine Board’s Super Specialty Hospital at Kakryal. As per the directions of the Governor, the entire cost towards the treatment of the injured persons is being borne by the Shrine Board. Meanwhile, the family members of the patients have also been provided food and accommodation and other required support by the Shrine Board, within the Hospital premises.