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CENTRE’SPOVERTYDEFINITION‘CRUEL
JOKE’ ON POOR: NITISH
WILL HOPE BLOSSOM IN MIDST OF GLOOM
INDIA, FRANCEHOLDDISCUSSIONS
ON MILITARY COOPERATION
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ON MILITARY COOPERATION PAGE 6 PAGE 5 PAGE 7 BJPchief Rajnath daresCongressto

BJPchief Rajnath daresCongressto declareitsprimeministerialcandidate

NEW YORK, JULY 26:

BJP president Rajnath Singh on Friday challenged Congress to declare its prime ministerial candidate before losing sleep over the nominee of his party. "Will the Congress dare announce who will be the prime minister candidate before the general elections?" he said address- ing members of the India- America Chamber of Commerce. Claiming that there are too many contenders for the job in the Congress Party - Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, P Chidambaram and other unnamed dark horses, Singh said Congress leaders and workers are confused as to who would be the next prime minister if their party returns to power. He said his party fol- lowed democratic principles in the selection of campaign committee and there was consensus unlike in the dicta- torial Congress party. "Did we have any prob- lem when we named senior leader L K Advani as Prime Minister Candidate in 2009 and did we had any issues when Atalji was made prime minister in 1999. Congress is

Modi top choice for PMrace, Rahul 2nd: Survey

Congress is Modi top choice for PMrace, Rahul 2nd: Survey now trying to divert the atten-

now trying to divert the atten- tion of the people from its scams and failures," he said. Singh asserted that there

In an opinion poll Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi are the two leaders who are most likely to be projected as the prime ministerial can- didate by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress in the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha election. According to the CNN Election Tracker Survey, conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), Modi with 19 per cent of the votes is ahead in the prime minis- ter's race followed by Rahul Gandhi with 12 per cent, Manmohan Singh (6 per cent), Sonia Gandhi (5 per cent), Mayawati (3 per cent) and BJP patriarch LK Advani (2 per cent). The fig- ures are a major turnaround

the support of just 2 per cent of the voters with Manmohan Singh leading with 18 per cent. Advani (15 per cent), Sonia Gandhi (16 per cent), Rahul (6 per cent) and Mayawati (5 per cent) were all much ahead of the Gujarat Chief Minister. In the race between Modi and Rahul, the former is ahead with 33 per cent votes compared to 31 per cent for the Congress leader. Modi is more popular than Rahul in North India (37 per cent vs 29 per cent), Central India (41 per cent vs 33 per cent), West India (43 per cent vs 33 per cent) and East India (34 per cent vs 30 per cent). But Rahul with 37 per cent leads Modi, who has 17 per cent of the votes, in South India. Rahul (45 per cent) is also more popular

are no

Contd p2

from 2009 when Modi had

that Modi Contd p2

JK BANK RECRUITMENT PROCESS A DRAMA, BANK MUST REFUND THE EXAMINATION FEE TO CANDIDATES: SAT SHARMA

Seeks CM intervention and dares Mushtaq for a debate on JK Bank policies regarding Jammu.

JAMMU, JULY 26: BJP Incharge Cells Sat Sharma

(C.A.) today strongly criti- cised the selection list of the Jammu & Kashmir Bank. He demanded the complete can- cellation of the selection list

and a high level probe into

the complete working of the

J&K Bank. Talking to the

media persons in Jammu Sat Sharma said that J&K Bank is playing with the careers of

the youth of Jammu and

behaving typically like a

Kashmir centric bank work-

ing on the guidelines of anti-

national elements and sepa-

ratists. Jammu Kashmir Bank

has completely ignored tens

of thousands of calibrus and

meritorious students of Jammu and shown its biased

charecter.

The manner in which the JK

Bank is working seems to be

a dangerous consipiracy

against the people of Jammu

and the nationalist communi-

ty. The complete hold of the

bank is in the hands of Kashmir bureaucrats and

politicians. It should not be called as Jammu Kashmir Bank but Kashmir Bank as it

Sat Sharma said,"Mr. Mushtaq must clarify

Bank as it Sat Sharma said,"Mr. Mushtaq must clarify = Why this bank ignores the youth

=Why this bank ignores the youth of Jammu who have

participated in tens of thousands of numbers in the

examination? =Why Bank has failed regularly in framing an effective

selection procedure so that a fair selection can be done?

=Why bank is scared of coming under RTI act 2009?

=Why Zonal Head Office Jammu acts like a dummy office

with no powers at all? =Why neither the vacancies nor selection list appeared on the official website of the JK Bank?"

Sri RamSena criticises JKBank's NC sponsoredcandidate'srecruitment

Demands ahighlevel inquiry

JAMMU, JULY 26: Shri Ram Sena Jammu-Kashmir state president, Rajiv Mahajan has criticized the favoritism and nepotism in selection of Relationship Executives (RE) in the Jammu and Kashmir Bank limited and demanded a high level inquiry in to the whole affair and subsequent cancel- lation of the selection list. Mahajan criticized the clan- destine manner in which the bank conducted the recruit- ment process to recruit National Conference spon- sored candidates. Mahajan lambasted the Bank authori- ties for keeping the whole process of selection a top secret and the list of the qual- ified candidates was never published nor uploaded on the official website of the bank. Mahajan also criticized the Bank Contd p2

 

advised the corporates of

separatists is being stored

the name Jammu associated

If Mr. Mushtaq can't come

has totally marginalised the

Jammu and the people of

the bank thus hides the

getting exposed.

The time has come to boycott

up with transparent policies

educated youth of Jammu. Mr. Mushtak should under- stand that J&K bank is not completely a Pvt. Bank . It

acts as a government bank on

the behalf of Jammu & Kashmir Government so must come under the RTI

Jammu to close their accounts in this mysterious banks which is scared of get- ting its information public.

I suspect that JK Bank is

becoming another Swiss bank of the state where bil-

information. JK Bank fears to select the nationalist com- munity in this policy making structure due to this fear of

this bank and I would rather

with this biased bank. I here- by demand that the govern- ment should come up with a new bank by the name of Jammu Bank which can work according to the wishes of the nationalist community and form transparent policies

then its better to dissociate its name from Jammu. In no sense JK Bank has been able to provide actual benefits to the common masses or the youth of Jammu. Sat Sharma alleged that the Chairman has

Act. 2009. Sat Sharma

lions of black money and the money of anti-nationals and

suggest to name this bank as Kashmir bank and put down

from which the people of Jammu can be benefitted.

undermined the authority of the institution Contd p2

KARGIL MARTYRS DESERVE SALUTE: KHAJURIA

KARGIL MARTYRS DESERVE SALUTE: KHAJURIA JAMMU, JULY 26: Terming the 1999 Kargil War as yet another

JAMMU, JULY 26:

Terming the 1999 Kargil War as yet another attempt to cap- ture our territory by Pakistan, BJP National Executive Member, Leader of Legislative Party & Jammu East MLA Ashok Khajuria said that our brave soldiers laid down their lives protect- ing mother India to defeat the nefarious designs of neigh- bouring country and they deserve salute. Ashok Khajuria, while remembering the supreme sacrifices of hundreds of Indian soldiers, said that in

the year 1999 Pakistan hatched a conspiracy to occu- py our territory in Kargil through its regular army and trained militants but our brave soldiers gave a befit- ting reply and forced the Pakistani army men to run away. Although we got vacat- ed our territory but the great sons of Mother India laid down their precious lives for nation, nation's sovereignty and pride of motherland. Khajuria said that July 26 is observed as martyrs day all over India in the memory of these brave soldiers who were honoured posthumously by the BJP-led NDA govern- ment under Atal Behari Vajpayee with full military honours. Besides, the fami- lies of these martyrs were provided financial and living support with dignity. It must be noted that the morale of Kargil heroes fighting against the odds at high altitude of Kargil Hills is remembered by the people in high esteem, he added. Commenting on the present Contd p2

Discussions on Telangana over, time for decision says Congress

on Telangana over, time for decision says Congress NEW DELHI, JULY 26: "We shall let you

NEW DELHI, JULY 26:

"We shall let you know

The Congress on the issue of

the

decision taken," he said in

Telangana said on Friday that

New Delhi amid hectic activ-

the consultations over the

ity

of the party leadership to

issue was over and time has come to take a decision regarding the matter. The process of consulta- tion over the Telangana issue is over and the time has come for a decision, Congress gen- eral secretary Digvijaya Singh said on Friday.

take a final decision on the issue of separate statehood to Telangana. Digvijaya Singh, in- charge of party affairs in Andhra Pradesh, was talking to reporters after holding sep- arate meetings with chief minister N Kiran Kumar

Reddy, deputy chief minister Damodar Rajanarasimha and state Congress chief Botsa Satyanarayana. Digvijaya Singh's prede- cessor Ghulam Nabi Azad was also present at the meet- ings that assumed signifi- cance ahead of the Congress core group meeting on Friday evening. The two central leaders held detailed discussions with the three state leaders who rushed to the national capital on summons from the party central leadership. The core group meeting

is likely to finalize the date

for the meeting of Congress

Working Committee (CWC),

expected to take a final deci- sion. The three state leaders, earlier this month, submitted their reports to the Congress core group. The leadership is believed to have summoned them again to get certain issues clarified. Kiran Kumar Reddy Contd p2

CAUSE OF CHINESE INTRUSIONS: CHEAP MEALS!!
CAUSE OF CHINESE INTRUSIONS: CHEAP MEALS!!
CAUSE OF CHINESE INTRUSIONS: CHEAP MEALS!!

CAUSE OF CHINESE INTRUSIONS: CHEAP MEALS!!

HINDSIGHT

ROHIT SINGH RANA

On 20th July, Chinese soldiers again intruded into Chumar Sector, 300 kilometers from Leh. When inter- cepted by Indian forces, they demanded food because they said they were hungry. Indian soldiers had no food with them but gave them juice cans instead. Relieved, the Chinese went there way. Some curious persons while researching into causes of frequent Chinese intrusions, point out that the Chinese soldiers after hearing that food is available in India at cheapest rates ranging from Rs 1 to Rs 12 are not only lured by the land of India but also by its cheap food! The rea- son they are frequently intruding into India. Yesterday, they got juice cans free, tomorrow they may get meals free! India is great because the politicians like Raj Babbar, Rasheed Masood and Farooq Abdullah have overnight turned the country into cheapest food court of the world. The Farooq

kitchen is churning out cheapest meals at Rs 1. A look at his state- ment will remove all shreds of doubt

if one had, "If you want, you can fill your stomach for Re 1 or Rs 100, depending on what you want to eat. We are working to change the life of the poor so they can eat well be healthy and India can progress, "Said Farooq Abdullah. He is the minister for renewable energy and now he has become Minister for cheap energy provider by making it possible to churn out meals for Rs 1. Without malice to his person, it is not a secret that Farooq Abdullah is still at this age, a good eater but how will he fill the stomach of a poor man on one rupee is any body's guess. The 'Villian' actor, Raj Babbar's statement which he has now regret- ted sent the media persons scurrying in Mumbai to find whether it was possible to purchase a good meal for Rs 12. But they found no place where it was sold. Instead, they were offered two spoonfuls of Dal, one sixth of a Parantha and one spoonful of Sabzi for Rs 12! Similarly, media men rushed

towards Jama Masjid to find if a meal was available for Rs 5. They too returned dejected. Poor journal-

ists returned with hopes dashed. Facing heavy criticism, Masood gave a new twist to his Rs 5 meal statement. He said yesterday that in Nizamudin area, it was available for rupees five. Adding further that a katori of Dal and one roti was avail- able for the price of rupees five. Another tragic dimension to this insensitivity is the brazen manner in which the Congress panelists defend these outrageous remarks of their party politicians. They had nothing to defend and cannot defend anything but still out of a great malady of conceit and ego of political power these panelists brazenly defend the silly and untrue statements, pointing to a deep rooted aversion that such politicians have towards poor of the country. Worth of Raj Babbar is eleven crore, Rasheed Masood is ten crore upwards and Farooq Abdullah does not fall in the line of poorest of the poor, he is no pauper. His health, God bless him, points out to the

fact that he is eating well but not from his one rupee kitchen! The cruel fact is that they have through

their irresponsible statements proved that there is no connect between them and the teeming multitudes of the country. Poor come out in millions to vote for them do not matter afterwards. Otherwise the reality of India's poverty must have not escaped from their notice. Offer Rs 1 to Farooq Abdullah, Rs 5 to Rasheed Masood and Rs 12 to Raj Babbar and tell them to get a meal for themselves, will be inter- esting to see what they do. It is a sin to make mockery of poorest of the poor with such non-sense state- ments. To rub salt on the wounds of the poor is worst form of politics and UPA is practicing it with heart- less abandon. These politicians have displayed a total lack of sensi- tivity and betrayed complete apathy with their fellow countrymen. People should not forget this cruel joke played on them with these cal- lous, heartless and insensitive lead- ers who are far removed from the real condition of India's poor.

Rs 12 meal controversy; Raj Babbar regrets his statements

Rs 12 meal controversy; Raj Babbar regrets his statements NEW DELHI, JULY 26: not aware in

NEW DELHI, JULY 26:

not aware in what context

department in charge Ajay

After feeling the heat for his

Babbar had made the

controversial Rs 12 remarks

The Congress spokesperson

remarks. To repeated questions on

on Friday regretted his state- ments. Babbar's regret came after the Congress distanced itself from his remarks as also those of another party col- league Rashid Masood that meals could be had for Rs 5

the matter, she replied that she had no authority to con- demn or otherwise Babbar's statement. But she referred to the statement issued by Congress' communication

in

Delhi.

Maken who said, "We do not

"He (Babbar) has issued a categorical statement expressing regret. So we should leave the matter there," Congress spokesper-

agree with Rs 12 & Rs 5 statement of some leaders." The meal remarks made by Babbar earned widespread ridicule with parties dubbing

son Renuka Chowdhury told

these as "absurd", "foolish"

a

press conference.

and "illogical".

While seeking to downplay the issue, she said she was

Maken, at the same time, attacked BJP Contd p2

BRIEFLY

Sarpanchfiredupon by militants in Sopore

SRINAGAR: Militants shot and severely injured a Sarpanch at village Krankshvan, Sopore this afternoon,Police said. According to Police that 45 years old Sarpanch Khazir

Mohammad

Contd p2

Fiveorphanedchildrenbanished

topass lifeingraveyard

LUCKNOW: Their parents already dead with AIDS, five children have banished to a grave yard by the villagers who fear that they too might have AIDS. Five children, siblings orphaned by AIDS, have been forced to live in a village grave- yard in Pratapgarh district in Uttar The matter Contd p2

WeathersatelliteInsat-3D

launchedsuccessfully

BANGALORE: India's advanced satellite Insat-3D, which was launched early Friday onboard Ariane-5 rocket from Kourou in French Guiana

off the Pacific coast, will

improve weather and monsoon forecasting Contd p2

DIGVIJAY, KHURSHID STATEMENTS: IT IS NOT PARTY LINE! It happens only in India that terrorists

DIGVIJAY, KHURSHID STATEMENTS:

IT IS NOT PARTY LINE!

It happens only in India that terrorists are made vic- tims and the martyrs are disrespected. This hap- pened in Batla House encounter when Indian Mujahedeen terrorists were killed in firefight with police. Inspector Sharma lost his life fighting the ter- rorists. But politicians like Digvijay Singh and Salman Khurshid said it was fake encounter. Then Home Minister, P Chidambaram said emphatically that the

how would Digvijay Singh and Khurshid accept. They declined to accept Inspector Sharma as mar- tyr and would have taken away his Ashok Chakra too. They believed the the- ory that Sharma was killed by one of his own col- leagues. Even when the court has pronounced that the encounter was real, the people like Digvijay Singh unashamedly stick to their stand. He and Khurshid went to the home of the ter- rorists to express sympathy

his own. His family did not matter to them. Salman Khurshid, during UP polls said that Sonia Gandhi wept on hearing the killing of terrorists in the encounter. Confront the Congress spokesmen about these statements and they will say it is not party line. It is individual opinion. If this is the meaning of free expression and democracy advocated by such politi- cians then they deserve to be shown the door perma- nently.

encounter was genuine,

and the martyr was left to

RANASAHIB

to be shown the door perma- n e n t l y . encounter was genuine,
to be shown the door perma- n e n t l y . encounter was genuine,

STUDENT AGE

CONTD

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SATURDAY, JULY 27, 2013

JAMMU AND KASHMIR PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION POLO GROUND, SRINAGAR.

(www.jkpsc.nic.in)

NOTIFICATION NO: PSC/EX/2013/62

DATED:25.07.2013

The result of SAC Part-II Departmental Examination, Session May 2013 is declared as under:-

 

ROLL

Name of the Candidate

NO S/Shri

Parentage

S/Shri

PI

PII

PIII

PIV

Remarks

1

JATINDAR PANDITA

AWTAR KRISHAN PANDITA

88

53

79

60

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

2

SHABANA AZMIN

MOHD AKRAM KHAN

70

48

82

66

Passes with 8 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

3

ZAFAR IQBAL

MIR HUSSAIN

87

58

84

67

Passes with 7 grace marks in Paper IV.

4

TAHLEELA ASSMAT

MOHD ALTAF HUSSAIN RATHER

A

57

A

70

Passes in Paper II. Fails in Paper IV. Absent in Papers I & III.

5

IRFAN MAJID

ABDUL MAJID MALIIK

80

35

81

49

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

6

MUZAFFER ALI

SHAMAS DIN RATHER

78

48

82

57

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

7

LOKESH GUPTA

SUDERSHAN KUMAR

81

52

73

53

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

8

ALOK GUPTA BANSI LAL GUPTA

89

47

85

78

Passes.

9

QAMAR REHMAN

ABDUL RASHID

90

62

84

71

Passes with 3 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

10

MOHD SHAFAIT REHMAN

GHULAM HUSSAIN

85

46

85

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

11

SHOKET ALI RATHER GHULAM HUSSAIN RATHER

92

51

89

82

Passes.

12

SABREENA KADIR GULAM KADIR

102

75

91

111

Passes.

13

MOHD IQBAL

ABOUL QAYOOM

68

49

92

61

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

14

MADAN LAL

KHAKRU

61

46

85

62

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

15

SAREER AHMAD MIR GII MOHD MIR

97

62

79

90

Passes.

16

RIFAT ARA ABDUL AZIZ MIR

102

49

87

80

Passes.

17

SHADAB MUKHDOOMI JAVED MUKHDOOMI

98

55

81

76

Passes.

18

ARZOO KHAN

MOHMADI AFZAL KHAN

90

49

86

A

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Absent in Paper IV.

19

ZAFIRAH BASHIR BASHIR AHMED KHAN

101

63

95

90

Passes.

20

AFSHA MEHRAJ KAK MEHRAJ UD DIN KAK

105

49

93

83

Passes.

21

ISHFAQ AHMAD PANDITH

BASHIR AHMAD PANDITH

64

38

78

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

22

ALIYA IFTIKHAR

IFTIKHAR HUSSAIN

36

40

62

43

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

23

SHAFAAT AHMAD

MOHAMMAD YEHYA

73

48

78

69

Passes with 5 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

24

KANEEZ FATIMA

MOHAMMED HASSAN

83

38

89

69

Passes with 5 grace marks in Paper IV.

25

PEERZADA AHTISHAM UL HAQ MOHD ABDULLAH ZAHOOR

68

48

82

73

Passes with 1 grace mark in Paper IV.

26

FEROZE AHMAD MIR MOHD RAMZAN MIR

A

A

A

A

Absent.

27

YASIR ARAFAT

AB KHALIQ MIR

86

47

76

70

Passes with 4 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

28

MOHD YASSAIN

GHULAM QUADIR

83

49

88

60

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

29

NISHAD AKHTAR

MOHD AKBAR

74

44

74

62

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

30

SHAHNAWAZ AHMED

MOHD BASHIR

64

40

79

60

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

31

AKHTAR ALI

MOHD LATIF

77

47

72

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

32

LAIKAT KHAN

MOHD ISMIAL

66

54

85

67

Passes with 7 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

33

BIKRAM DUTT

MOHAN LAL

78

48

79

55

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

34

KULDEEP KUMAR

MAST RAM

84

40

78

63

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

35

JASWINDER PAL SINGH S JASBIR SINGH

86

37

70

74

Passes.

36

MOHD ASHRAF IQBAL

MOHD SHAFI

28

28

85

6

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

37

STANZIN DONSAL LOBZANG RINCHEN

82

37

96

83

Passes.

38

ABHISHEK TALWARIA PURAN CHAND

88

42

80

80

Passes.

39

ABDUL RASHID

FAQIR MOHD

57

38

79

48

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

40

NAGESH JAMWAL

MOHAN SINGH JAMWAL

A

41

83

57

Passes in Papers II & III. Fails in Paper IV. Absent in Paper I.

41

MAHESH SHARMA RAM LAL SHARMA

98

54

92

77

Passes.

42

ANISH SINGH

RATTAN SINGH

63

43

94

50

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

43

VANEET SINGH

BABU RAM MANHAS

87

56

95

51

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

44

DHEERAJ JANDIAL

ROMESH CHANDER JANDIAL

94

65

85

85

Passes.

45

JIGMIET NAMGYAL

TSEWANG DORJEY

83

39

89

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

46

VIVEK SHARMA SURAJ PARKASH

88

44

83

76

Passes.

47

IFTIKHAR HUSSAIN

TOWHER HUSSAIN

91

45

82

58

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

48

FAROOQ AHMAD LONE

AB SALAM LONE

83

46

78

68

Passes with 6 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

49

SHAISTA BASHIR

BASHIR AHMAD MAKHDOOMI

106

60

89

99

Passes.

50

FARHAD SADEQUI

MOHD RASHIED

A

16

49

A

Fails in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

51

MAHEEN YASEEN

MOHAMMAD YASEEN QAZI

54

47

77

68

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

52

SANDEEP SINGH

SHAM LAL

73

38

81

58

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

53

NIMISHA

GULSHAN KUMAR ANAND

95

44

89

78

Passes.

54

MOHD IQBAL PEDHAR

MOHD YOUSUF PEDHAR

98

44

90

61

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

55

SHIWANI BHAN SH BUSHAN LAL BHAN

98

38

72

78

Passes.

56

JIVTESH SINGH S TARLOK SINGH

105

56

88

83

Passes.

57

ANUDEEP KAUR SUDAN DR NATER SINGH

97

44

84

79

Passes.

58

SONIKA ARORA KEWAL KRISHAN ARORA

105

49

83

87

Passes.

59

RASHMI SHARMA

BHAJAN LAL SHARMA

A

37

86

A

Passes in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

60

SIMARJEET SINGH BACHAN SINGH

107

51

100

93

Passes.

61

JATINDER SINGH SWAMI RAJ BHALL

105

54

95

96

Passes.

62

DEEPAK GUPTA

JAGDISH CHANDER GUPTA

68

54

93

51

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

63

SYED MUBASHIRA HUSSAIN SYED MIR HUSSAIN

81

44

87

71

Passes with 3 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

64

SIVENAY KUMARI THORU RAM

78

45

79

91

Passes.

65

SANIA AHMED GULAM AHMED

87

45

88

75

Passes.

66

RAJNI GUPTA ASHOK KUMAR GUPTA

98

42

90

106

Passes.

67

MOHD SHAFEEQ

MOHD RAFIQ

63

27

74

58

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

68

MOHD FARID CHOWDHARY SLAM DIN CHOWDHARY

29

38

70

50

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

69

ELA CHOWDHARY

SUNIL CHOWDHARY

99

39

85

68

Passes with 6 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

70

REENA

SH KARTAR CHAND VERMA

82

41

95

91

Passes.

71

NIDHI GUPTA RAJ KUMAR

89

48

98

90

Passes.

72

RAFIQ AHMAD SHAH GHULAM AHMAD SHAH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

73

BILAL AHMAD BILAL

MOHAMMAD MAQBOOL MIR

A

49

65

A

Passes in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

74

BELAL AHMAD LONE

MOHD SYDULLAH LONE

A

48

80

47

Passes in Papers II & III. Fails in Paper IV. Absent in Paper I.

75

ARSHID AHMAD LONE

GULAM RASOOL LONE

83

62

88

61

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

76

ALTAF HUSSAIN HAJAM

ABDUL REHMAN HAJAM

90

45

95

67

Passes with 7 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

77

AASIYA DRABU

MOHD YOUSUF DRABU

73

55

85

51

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

78

JAVEED MAQBOOL KHANDAY MOHD MAQBOOL KHANDAY

55

37

66

20

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

79

SHOWKAT AHMAD KHAN

GULAM MOHD KHAN

45

37

72

33

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

80

SHOWKAT ALI RATHER

GH MOHAMMAD RATHER

83

50

86

63

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

81

VIKAS ATRI

MANGAT RAM

19

32

75

30

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

82

VIVEK ATTRI

MANGAT RAM ATTRI

14

33

59

39

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

83

MOHD AYOUB LONE

GH HASSAN LONE

90

50

95

54

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

84

ABDUL SALAM KUMAR AB SAMAD KUMAR

92

49

87

77

Passes.

85

JOZY ARA

AB RASHID KHANDAY

90

47

81

60

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

86

NOUSHEEN MUSHTAQ

MUSHTAQ AHMAD

A

60

82

A

Passes in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

87

MOHD ASHRAF AHANGER

AB AHAD AHANGER

64

57

84

49

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

88

NADISH KHURSHEED

KHURSHEED AHMAD

74

51

91

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

89

VIJAY KUMAR PREM NATH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

90

PRITPAL SINGH

S RAJINDER SINGH

104

43

93

58

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

91

LOKASH KUMAR

RESHI RAJ

40

38

69

57

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

92

MOHD AKRAM

RAJ WALI

52

52

87

53

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

93

MOHD HANIEF

SHAH MOHD

72

68

86

50

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

94

TILAK RAJ PAHWA

SH AMAR NATH

86

43

75

55

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

95

SAMUEL ZANGPO

LATE YONTAN ZANGPO

89

35

81

B.Com.Passes with 2 grace marks in Paper II.

96

MOHD SHAFI WANI

GHULAM MOHD WANI

37

20

74

35

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

97

MOHINDER SINGH

FAJU RAM

89

42

78

55

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

98

VEENA DEVI SOI

SHIV NATH SOI

70

30

68

0

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

99

OM PARKASH SHARMA

LATE SH VISHWA NATH

60

19

63

22

Passes in Paper I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

100

SURINDER PAUL

LATE SH BANTA SINGH

96

49

70

52

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

101

ANU RADHA

ANGREZ SINGH

81

39

80

64

Passes with 10 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

102

AJAY KUMAR SHARMA

SURESH CHANDER SHARMA

66

17

79

42

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

103

GURMEET SINGH

S SANT SINGH

55

39

78

55

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

104

LEKH RAJ

PARTAP SINGH

74

41

69

43

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

105

KULDEEP KUMAR

TARA CHAND

92

48

86

64

Passes with 10 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

106

SANJAY KUMAR

SH JOTI RAM

96

33

79

26

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

107

ASHOK KUMAR

SH MUNSHI RAM

84

38

71

29

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

108

SATNAM SINGH

S JASBIR SINGH

85

38

74

45

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

109

SHIV DEV SINGH

LATE SH BUDHI SINGH

74

27

75

B.Com. Passes with 10 grace marks in Paper II.

110

DINESH GUPTA

TILAK RAJ

A

37

84

A

Passes in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

111

ANU RADHA

SH DES RAJ

78

32

82

26

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

112

BISHAN DASS LOTRA BALAK RAM LOTRA

35

19

50

21

Fails.

113

DES RAJ

MASSU RAM

77

33

67

16

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

114

RAJNI LANGER

SH RATTAN LAL

77

27

77

26

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

115

NEETU KAK

ROSHAN LAL KAK

64

35

73

B.Com.Passes with 2 grace marks in Paper II.

116

SOBHA RANA

SH PARKASH CHAND RANA

80

39

81

31

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

117

ANJNA KENUE

LATE SHRI NIRANJAN

29

20

74

30

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

118

ZAFER JAVED

GHULAM HUSSAIN

71

39

75

37

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

119

MANJIT KOUR S BEANT SINGH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

120

MOHD SAYED LONE

GH AHMAD LONE

59

30

64

32

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

121

SHOWKAT AHMAD NAJAR

LT MOHD ABDULLAH NAJAR

A

A

A

A

Absent.

122

TARIQ AHMAD WANI

SH GH NABI WANI

62

44

81

50

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

123

RAMINDER JEET SINGH RAINA AJPAL SINGH RAINA

46

13

84

44

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

124

BASHIR AHMAD QURESHI

MOHD SULIAMAN QURESHI

17

28

77

19

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

125

IMTIYAZ AHMAD SHEIKH

MOHMAD AKRAM SHEIKH

69

39

76

38

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

126

SAJAD HUSSAIN KHAN

GULAM RASOOL KHAN

89

50

79

65

Passes with 9 grace marks in Paper IV.

 

127

MOHD RAFI BISATI

HAJI SONAULLAH BISATI

Declared to have failed in the examination.

128

GHULAM RASOOL MIR

GH NABI MIR

59

37

72

28

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

129

MUSHTAQ AHMAD NAJAR

GULAM QADIR NAJAR

37

24

58

B.Com. Fails in Papers I & II. Passes in Paper III.

130

HAMID ULLAH GANAIE

AB GANI GANAIE

70

30

74

24

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

131

MANSOOR AHMAD KHAN

LT NOOR MOHAMMAD KHAN

52

29

59

0

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

132

GH MOHI UD DIN DAR

MOHD AKBAR DAR

37

31

65

9

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

133

BASHIR AHMAD DAR

GHULAM RASOOL DAR

80

37

89

35

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

134

RAJA BASHIR AHMAD BHAT GHULAM MOHD BHAT

69

43

76

53

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

135

MUSHTAQ AHMAD BHAT MR AB REHMAN BHAT

A

A

A

A

Absent.

136

RAFIQ AHMAD GANAYEE

ABDUL REHMAN GANAYEE

55

33

78

28

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

137

FAYAZ AHMAD YATOO

GH MOHD YATOO

82

45

79

62

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

138

TARLOKE SINGH

S MISHER SINGH

38

53

88

43

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

139

GUN JEET SINGH

SARAN SINGH

61

30

72

10

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

140

RIFAT SULTAN

LATE MOHD SULTAN

74

43

74

59

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

141

MOHAMMAD ASLAM KHAN

ABDUL LATIF KHAN

63

27

70

16

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

142

AFTAB AHMAD SHAWL

MOHAMMAD LATIEF SHAWL

80

40

74

29

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

143

MOHD SHABAN WANI

GH HASSAN WANI

84

40

74

54

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

144

MOHAMMED RAJAB BHAT

GHULAM MOHIUD DIN BHAT

53

29

75

20

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

145

MOHMAD YUSSOF SHIEKH

GHULAM MOHMHAD SHEIKH

94

44

86

35

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

146

GHULAM MOHMMAD BHAT

ABDUL KAREEM BHAT

75

37

68

41

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

147

SHIV RAM

SH MASU RAM

A

A

A

A

Absent.

148

SUKHDEV SINGH BUDHI SINGH

A

A

A

B.Com. Absent.

149

MOHD RAFIQ

LATE SH ILAM DIN

46

49

82

27

Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Papers II & III.

150

IKHLAQ AHMED KHATANA

MOHD AMIR KHATANA

30

24

84

29

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

151

NAZIR AHMAD HASHIM BABA

36

35

51

19

Fails.152

MUBEENA ZARGAR GHULAM NABI ZARGAR

A

A

A

117

Passed in 11/2010 Absent.

 

153

SHABNAM BASHIR

BASHIR AHMAD

55

43

70

125

Passed in 09/2012 Passes.

154

SHOWKAT AHMAD SOFI

GULAM MOHD SOFI

A

44

Passed in 09/2012

64 Passed in 09/2012 A Absent.

155

REYAZ AHMAD SHAH

NOOR MOHD SHAH

A

38

Passed in 04/2012

A A Absent.

156

SHEIKH MOHAMMAD ASLAM SHEIKH ABDUL RASHID

32

39

Passed in 06/2011

70 B.Com. Fails in Paper I. Passes in Paper III.

157

IMTIYAZ BANO

ABDUL AZIZ BABA

19

A

9

80

Passed in 09/2012 Fails in Papers I & III. Absent in Paper II.

158

MOHAMMAD RAFIQ DAR

MOHAMMAD MAQBOOL DAR

48

A

17

A

Fails in Papers I & III. Absent in Papers II & IV.

159

MOHD FAROOQ JAN

HAJI GH AHMAD

58

40

Passed in 09/2012

78 112 Passed in 09/2012 Passes.

 

160

JASBIR SINGH KEHAR SINGH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

161

HAMID HUSSAIN

RAHIM BAKSH

54

55

Passed in 06/201156 Passed in 8/2007

B.Com. Passes with 1 grace mark in Paper I.

162

ALAYAS AHMED RANA

SH MOHD SHAFI

73

47

Passed in 12/201164 Passed in 09/2012 24 Passes in Paper I. Fails in Paper IV.

163

ASHWANI MAHAJAN

CHANDER BHUSHAN

A

A

70

Passed in 8/2007 B.Com. Absent in Papers I & II.

 

164

JANAK RAJ

LATE GIAN CHAND

56

Passed in 8/2007

47

Passed in 06/2011 11 87 Passed in 8/2007 Fails in Paper III.

165

URMIL

PERMANAD

A A

A

A

Absent.

 

166

ROMESH RAINA

SH DINA NATH RAINA

48

27

72

A

Fails in Papers I & II. Passes in Paper III. Absent in Paper IV.

167

SUNITA ZARU

HIRDAY NATH ZARU

73

30

63

26

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

168

BISHAN DASS

BELI RAM

84

63

Passed in 04/2012 80 121 Passed in 04/2012 Passes.

 

169

KEWAL KRISHAN DOGRA

SH SARDA RAM

39

38

Passed in 08/2001

62 20 Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Paper III.

170

RAJINDER KUMAR

DES RAJ

40

48

Passed in 06/201169

Passed in 04/2012 B.Com. Fails in Paper I.

171

SHAM LAL SHARMA MULK RAJ SHARMA

A

A

A

B.Com. Absent.

 

172

VEENA GUPTA

ASHOK KUMAR

78

42

Passed in 8/2007

66 83 Passed in 11/2010 Passes.

 

173

BALVINDER SINGH

AMAR SINGH

A

38

Passed in 11/201085 Passed in 04/2012 B.Com. Absent in Paper I.

174

ABDUL WHEED BALI

AHAMDULLHA BALI

99

Passed in 09/2012

50 Passed in 04/2012 55 Passed in 04/2012 34 Fails in Paper IV.

175

SURAJ PARKASH

SH CHAJJU RAM

58

37

Passed in 09/2012 78 Passed in 09/2012 B.Com. Passes.

 

176

VIJAY KUMAR PESHIN

LATE PRITHVI NATH

61

A

A

A Passes in Paper I. Absent in Papers II, III & IV.

177

SANJAY KOUL

LATE ARJAN NATH KOUL

62

19

57

13 Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

178

SUMAN BALA

SH SHAM SUNDER

43

A

A

85

Passed in 8/2007 Fails in Paper I. Absent in Papers II & III.

179

RAJINDER KUMAR

VISHWA NATH

38

A

A

A

Fails in Paper I. Absent in Papers II, III & IV.

180

BINANTI PANDITA

AMAR NATH PANDITA

77

49

Passed in 06/2011

73

18 Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Paper IV.

181

MOHD ALI

HAJI MOHD HADI

68

27

72

6

Passes in Papers I & III. Fails in Papers II & IV.

182

BASHIR AHMED ZARGAR

MR GHULAM MOHAMMED

51

26

68

B.Com. Fails in Papers I & II. Passes in Paper III.

 

183

ALI MOHMAD SOFI

GHULAM MOHMAD SOFI

84

Passed in 09/2012

44 Passed in 04/2012 53 20 Fails in Papers III & IV.

184

AB RASHID BHAT

AB KHALIQ BHAT

24

37

Passed in 04/1998

61 Passed in 04/1998 93

Passed in 11/2010Fails in Paper I.

185

MOHAMMAD SHAFI MISGER KH KHAZIR MOHAMMAD MISGER

45

23

59

Passed in 09/2012 B.Com. Fails in Papers I & II.

 

186

MANZOOR AHMED AHANGER GHULAM NABI AHANGER

36

37

Passed in 12/2011

77 16 Fails in Papers I & IV. Passes in Paper III.

187

SAJAD JAVEED KHAN

ABDUL RASHID KHAN

63

61

Passed in 09/2012 57 Passed in 09/2012 146 Passed in 09/2012Passes.

188

FAYAZ AHMAD SHAH

HABIB ULLAH SHAH

41

39

Passed in 09/2012 76 77 Passed in 09/2012 Fails in Paper I. Passes in Paper III.

189

SHAHIDA BEIGH

GHULAM QADIR BEIGH

74

49

Passed in 04/2012 71

100 Passed in 11/2010 Passes.

 

190

GH QADIR SHEIKH

AB RAHIM SHEIKH

77

Passed in 09/2012

19

51 28 Fails in Papers II, III & IV.

191

AB MAJID SHEIKH GH AHMAD SHEIKH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

192

MASARAT MALIK

G M MALIK

96

Passed in 09/2012

47 Passed in 12/2011 84

111 Passed in 09/2012 Passes.

193

SYED NISSAR HUSSAIN GEELANI SYED JALAL UDDIN GEELANI

69

Passed in 09/2012

42 Passed in 12/2011 62

93 Passed in 11/2010 Passes.

194

NOOR MOHMMAD ZAHOOR MOHMMAD IBRAHIM LONE

A

A

A

B.Com. Absent.

 

195

TARIQ AHMAD MIR

LATE GH AHMAD MIR

60

64

Passed in 09/2012 67 Passed in 09/2012

B.Com. Passes.

196

MANZOOR AHMAD SHEIKH

GH MOHD SHEIKH

66

Passed in 06/2011

58 Passed in 06/2011 56 Passed in 06/2011

A Absent in Paper IV.

197

MOHAMMAD SULTAN KHAIRA ABDUL SALAM KHAIRA

63

Passed in 09/2012

35 55 Passed in 09/2012

24 Fails in Papers II & IV.

198

AFROZ AHMAD BHAT

MOHD ABDULLAH BHAT

78

Passed in 09/2012

35 65 75 Passed in 12/2010 Passes with 2 grace marks in Paper II.

199

BASHIR AHMAD WAGAY

HAJI MOHD MAQBOOL WAGAY

62

41

Passed in 04/2012 A B.Com. Passes in Paper I. Absent in Paper III.

 

200

GH MOHD BHAT

GH HASSAN BHAT

A

51

76 A Passes in Papers II & III. Absent in Papers I & IV.

201

TASAWAF AMIN MOHD AMIN PARRAY

84

42

77 B.Com. Passes.

 

202

ASHOWANI KUMAR

LATE SH SULLAH RAM

42

A

A A Fails in Paper I. Absent in Papers II, III & IV.

 

203

AUTAR SINGH BALI

S PREM SINGH BALI

82

56

Passed in 12/201172

88 Passed in 09/2012 Passes.

204

FAROOQ MIR SHAH NAWAZ MIR

A

A

A 74

Passed in 8/2007 Absent in Papers I, II & III.

205

JAVEED AHAMD WADOO

LATE GHULAM QADIR WADOO

62

Passed in 09/2012

A

A A Absent in Papers II, III & IV.

206

POONAM MAKHNOTRA

S.P. MAKHNOTRA

99

45

87

62

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

207

ABDUL JALIL KHAN

ABDUL RAZAQ KHAN

85

53

78

43

Passes in Papers I, II & III. Fails in Paper IV.

208

NEERU KARIHOLU

PRAN NATH KARIHOLU

84

37

Did Not Apply

Did Not Apply Passes in Papers I & II. Did not apply for rest of the papers.

209

MOHD MUBARK QAZI

QAMER DIN

43

23

66

25

Fails in Papers I, II & IV. Passes in Paper III.

210

MOHAMAD SHAFI KHAN ABDUL JABAR KHAN

A

A

A

A

Absent.

211

SYED MUSHTAQ AHMAD SHAH SYED GHULAM MOHMAD SHAH

A

A

A

A

Absent.

212

MOHD YOUSUF LONE

AB RAHIM LONE

48

29

68

B.Com.

Fails in Papers I & II. Passes in Paper III.

E&OE

 

(Dr. T.S. Ashok Kumar) IFS Secretary & Controller of Examinations, J&K Public Service Commission.

No: PSC/Ex-SEC/16/2013

 

Dated:

25 .07.2013

cent). as judge for key judicial post users and relays them to the mis- CONTD
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as judge for key judicial post
users and relays them to the mis-
CONTD P1
Kargil martyrs .
sion control centre to facilitate
speedy search and rescue opera-
BJP chief .
differences whatsoever in the
choice of BJP's prime ministerial
candidate and it will be a smooth
sailing.
WASHINGTON: President Barack
Obama has nominated yet another
Indian American legal luminary,
Vince Girdhari Chhabria, a noted
legal luminary to a key judicial
post in California. Nominated to
be US district judge for the north-
ern district of Contd p2
Obama nominates
"The BJP is to bring out a vision
document on the state of economy
with the help of experts and will be
made public end of next month.
The document will highlight what
we will do in the areas of infra-
structure, heavy engineering, man-
ufacturing, energy and technolo-
gy," he said.
Turning to the state of economy, he
said India is now facing a serious
financial crisis of grave magnitude
despite the fact that no one in the
global economy can ignore India.
"The economy of India is not
something that makes us feel com-
fortable or feel proud of. But India
was regarded as third largest econ-
omy of the world," he said, recall-
ing that when the NDA govern-
ment stepped down in 2004, the
fiscal deficit was 2.5 per cent and
current account deficit was surplus.
"The economy witnessed a boom
period during 1999 to 2004 when
the country was ruled by the NDA
and the slide started in 2004. The
boom that we created lasted till
state of affairs vis-a-vis attitude of
the Congress-led UPA and NC-
Congress coalition of J&K towards
army, Khajuria said that the brave
soliders and other para military
forces, including Jammu &
Kashmir Police personals, have
been fighting the across the border
sponsored terrorism besides help-
ing in maintaining law and order
but unfortunately their services are
not recognized. He said that every
tions.
The state-run space agency will
process the satellite's data and the
derivation of meteorological
parameters with the Indian meteo-
rological department in New Delhi.
An indigenously designed and
developed meteorological data pro-
cessing system has been commis-
sioned at IMD, with a mirror site at
attempt is made to paint the army
California, Chhabria is currently
deputy city attorney for govern-
ment litigation at the San Francisco
city attorney's office, where he has
worked since 2005.
the space agency's space applica-
tions centre at Bhopal in Madhya
Pradesh and Ahmedabad in
as
the root of all problems and vio-
Announcing Chhabria's nomina-
Gujarat.
lator of human rights in this border
state just for political mileage.
tion along with five other judicial
posts, Obama said: "These men and
women have had distinguished
legal careers and I am honoured to
ask them to continue their work as
judges on the federal bench."
"They will serve the American peo-
ple with integrity and an unwaver-
ing commitment to justice," he
added.
On confirmation by the Senate,
Chhabria would become the first
South Asian judge in California
and the fourth South Asian judge in
the US.
Chhabria's nomination comes close
on the heels of confirmation of
JK
Bank
Discussions on
and Botsa Satyanarayana, in their
separate reports, are understood to
have opposed any move to divide
the state while Damodar
Rajanarasimha, who is from
Telangana, backed the statehood
demand.
Earlier in the day, Congress leaders
from Seemandhra (Rayalaseema
and Andhra regions) called on the
chief minister and urged him to
convey to the leadership their
strong opposition to the state's divi-
sion, party sources said.
Seemandhra leaders, who made a
beeline to the national capital in a
last-ditch attempt to stall a possible
decision to carve out Telangana
state, held a meeting to chalk out
their strategy. The meeting was
attended by state and central minis-
ters and Congress MPs from
Seemandhra.
and flourished nepotism and
favoritism under his leadership in
the bank. The chairman has to
break his silence on this issue and I
dare Mr. Mushtaq to come for an
open debate on its policies and I am
sure that I will prove that this bank
has
damaged the economic stabili-
ty of the state and done absolutely
nothing to encourage entrepreneur-
ship in Jammu region. Today's era
is
the age of internet, information
and technology but I can't under-
stand the compulsions why neither
the
number of vacancies nor the list
of
qualifiers was publishes on the
Chandigarh-born Sri Srinivasan as
official website of the bank.
a
judge on the US Court of Appeals
I request the Honb'le Chief
Minister to intervene and set up an
2008 and then we are now witness-
enquiry to probe the affairs of the
bank. BJP will not tolerate these
biased policies of the bank. We
ing is one of the worse economic
downturns," Singh said. "The rupee
for the DC Circuit, often described
as the second highest court in the
US.
Chhabria began his legal career by
clerking for judge Charles R.
Breyer of the US District Court for
the Northern District of California
from 1998 to 1999.
demand that the hard earned money
of
Jammuites which was taken as
value has depreciated drastically to
the USD dollar from Rs 37 a USD
the examination fee must be
S. Sailajanth, the state minister
in
2008 to Rs 60 in 2013 almost
He also worked as an associate at
the law firm Covington & Burling
LLP from 2002 to 2004. From
2001 to 2002, he clerked for Justice
Stephen G. Breyer on the US
refunded to the tens of thousands of
candidates who were cheated in
heading the group opposed to
doubling in five years. We thought
this would be offset by increase in
exports and that did not happen too
which went up by just one per
cent," he said.
"It's very unfortunate that savings
that has been the biggest strength
of India as it provided capital is
now falling at a very rapid rate. The
small businesses tend to grow with
this whole examination drama.
state's division, told reporters after
the meeting that they were confi-
dent the state would remain united.
This issue has been raised by us so
many times in the assembly also
but
it seems that JK bank wants to
He termed as speculations the talk
Supreme Court.
see
the anger of the Jammu youth
of
a likely decision to carve out
the increase in savings and in the
absence they take a major hit.
Savings drop and growth rates drop
and what else to drop.
"The success of Indian story is
over. The success story of India is
waiting for the BJP to return to
power. The UPA had ruined all the
economy," he said.
Singh said, "We have proved in the
BJP-ruled states how we prioritize
economic reforms and Gujarat is a
shining example of India. The
whole world is now talking about
Gujarat and foreign governments
are keen to study the success
story."
Singh said the average GDP of
BJP-ruled governments are about
10 per cent whereas the nation is
only experiencing a growth rate of
less than five per cent.
"There are only two models - BJP
model for growth and Congress
model for destruction," he added.
The BJP-led NDA government cre-
ated 67 million jobs in less than
five years whereas the Congress-
UPA created less than 2.7 million
jobs between 2004 and 2009," he
claimed.
On his visit to Washington, Singh
said he had discussions with the
Telangana state.
"We have decided to exhaust all
options to ensure the state remains
united," he said.
Hectic activity in Delhi has began
amid the continuing resignations of
Seemandhra leaders to mount pres-
sure on the central government.
Two Congress legislators on Friday
submitted their resignations to the
assembly speaker. As many as 16
In 2001, Chhabria worked at the
law firm of Keker & Van Nest,
LLP, after completing a one-year
clerkship for Judge James R.
Browning of the US Court of
Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
on
streets and outside each and
every branch of JK bank.
Sri Ram
Weather satellite
system."After a perfect lift-off at
01:24 am from the European
Arianespace spaceport at Kourou,
the two-tonne advanced weather
authorities for not mentioning the
number of vacancies of REs for
which exams were conducted and
results declared abruptly in March
this year without publishing selec-
tion list. Majority of the selected
REs were appointed on the recom-
mendations of the National
Conference Ministers who even
legislators of the YSR Congress
party and one of Congress on
Thursday announced their resigna-
tions.
satellite was placed in the geosyn-
chronous transfer orbit (GTO) 32
minutes later, about 36,000 km
above from earth," the Indian
Space Research Organisation
have not qualified the written test,
Mahajan alleged.
Mahajan criticized the Bank
Chairman, Sheikh Mushtaq for
Rs 12
(ISRO) explained.
appeasing the National Conference
for criticizing the Rs 33.30 Poverty
Line figures of the Planning
Commission, saying the opposition
party, "should explain why