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No 'wish list' for...

more than that," Omar told reporters here. The Chief Minister said the

State is not demanding more than what was its right.

"We should get our share of electricity. We should get help in funding by the

Planning Commission. We should also get help for the loss we undertake by

being at the frontier of the battle against militancy in the State. I am not ask-

ing for anything more than that," he said.

Modi is scheduled to arrive in Kashmir on Friday on his first visit to the

Valley as the Prime Minister. He will inaugurate the 240-MW Uri-II power

project in Baramulla District.

Omar, who is also the Working President of National Conference (NC), said

his party has not yet taken a decision on entering a pre-poll alliance with

Congress for the Assembly elections later this year.

"We have not decided whether to fight in an alliance or not. I have been reit-

erating it that in both the parties - National Conference and Congress -- there

are many voices which are not in favour of an alliance, but both the parties

have left the decision on their leaderships.

"NC Working Committee has passed a resolution and put the responsibility

on its president Farooq Abdullah. He will decide whether it will be in favour

of the party to have an alliance or not. For that, Farooq Sahib will consult his

colleagues and decide. Same way, Congress will do," he said. On newspaper

reports about NC's decision to join hands with Congress for the Assembly

polls, Omar said, "If I take as truth whatever comes in newspapers, this world

would be (of) a different kind. I came to understand it soon that whatever I

read in papers, very less of that is based on reality." 

To a question about "delay" in announcing mandates by the party, Omar

said, "This is not a race. The race is for winning the elections." 

"If by announcing the mandates, elections would have been won, then I

would have announced them six years back. It does not make a big difference.

When we will be ready with the mandates, we will tell you," he said. The Chief

Minister said he was "fully ready" for the elections in the State. "My confi-

dence was never low. I have taken blows sometimes, but those blows also make

you more confident and I am fully ready for the forthcoming test," he said.

(PTI)

LPG, kerosene price hike...

The increase in state levies such as entry tax and octroi led to prices of

domestic LPG rising in Kerala by Rs 4.50 per cylinder, Rs 3 in Karnataka,

Rs 5.50 in Madhya Pradesh and Re 1 per cylinder in Uttar Pradesh.

There was a small increase of 2 paise and 8 paise in PDS kerosene rates in

Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, respectively.

On the other hand, a reduction in state levies led to a cut in LPG prices by

Rs 9.50 per cylinder in Assam, Rs 1.50 in Bihar and Rs 3 per cylinder in

Maharashtra. Rates of kerosene sold through the public distribution system

fell by 11 paise per litre in Maharashtra and Rs 1.32 per litre in Navi

Mumbai.

The Oil Ministry on Wednesday ordered that the hikes in both LPG and



kerosene rates be put on hold pending consultations with the state govern-

ments on state-specific levies.

However, the reduction in prices will be passed on to consumers, an official

statement said here on Wednesday.

Besides excise duty levied by the Central Government and sales tax or VAT

by state governments, certain other local levies such as entry tax, octroi and

input tax restrictions on VAT are applicable in some states.

"In order to ensure that revenue demands of certain states don't become a

burden for consumers across the country, the government had introduced the

scheme of State Specific Costs (SSC) on 24th July, 2012, to recover such

irrecoverable levies from the consumers of the state/municipal area levying

such taxes," the statement said.

In accordance with the scheme, oil companies carry out quarterly revisions

in the Retail Selling Price (RSP) of sensitive petroleum products, including

PDS kerosene and domestic LPG, in 12 states where such taxes were

incurred. The latest revision in these states was due this month. "The govern-

ment has the interest of consumers utmost in its mind and has therefore

decided to insulate the consumers from the impact of any increase in the RSP

of domestic LPG and PDS kerosene due to revision of SSC," the statement

said. It has been decided that the revision of LPG and PDS kerosene prices

for those consumers on account of upward revision of SSC would be deferred

till discussions are completed with state governments. (PTI)



Will retire from politics...

there are several things that will happen whose control is not in their

hands."  "For example, whatever is happening in Iraq has impact on the prices

of the petrol. It is imminent that people would be annoyed. But it is not in the

control of the government. They had promised good days ahead. But due to

the poor monsoon, bad days are going to come in future." 

"You can talk of good days only when you are in command of things and sit-

uation," Omar said.



DGP promotes...

Kumar; Gansham Singh; Rajeev Vaid; Parviez Ahmad Dar 7310/NGO;

Nisar Ahmad Wani 7129/NGO; Manzoor Ahamd 7174/NGO; Rakesh

Kumar; Tanveer Hussain 7124/NGO; Satish Kumar "OSC"; Hilal Ahmad

7184/NGO; Sunil Kumar 7145/NGO; Feroz Ahmad 7130/NGO; Imtiyaz

Ahmad; Tanvir Ahmad Dar 7554/NGO; Manzoor Ahmad 7308/NGO; Manoj

Kumar 7235/NGO; Farooq Ahmad 7147/NGO; Sajad Ahmad  7165/NGO;

Parmodh Singh; Manraj Singh   Social Caste; Mohammad Ishaq 7143/NGO;

Tasaduq Majeed 7137/NGO; Shabir Hussain 7168/NGO; Mohd Rouf

7172/NGO; Ashiq Hussain 7177/NGO; Sunil Kumar 7191/NGO  RBA;

Aftab Ahmad 7144/NGO; Sabzar Ahmad 7179/NGO; Arshid Ahmad

7140/NGO; Bopinder Singh; Rakesh Mani  7277/NGO SOC; Satya Parkash

7246/NGO RBA; Ahmad 7224/NGO RBA; Tanveer Jehangir 7553/NGO

RBA; Raghubir Sharma 7265/NGO "RBA"; Jalil Ahmad 7233/NGO RBA;

Sarikant Parihar 7247/NGO RBA; Ashiq Hussain 7301/NGO RBA; Motup

Tashi 7533/NGO  ST; Jigmeet Lotus 7538/NGO ST; Bashir Ahmad

7564/NGO ST; Stanzin Wangchok 7134/NGO ST; Shiv Dev  Singh SC;

Mustaj Ahmad 7204/NGO ST; Jamyang Tsephil ST; Tsewang Namgial ST;

Kamal Kishore SC; Rajesh Angral SC; and Ranbir Singh ALC.

DGP congratulated the promoted officers and their families. He asked

them to rededicate themselves for public service.

'Chhari Mubarak' to...

rituals namely Bhoomi Pujan, Navgrah Pujan and Dhawajarohan (flag

hoisting) connected with the commencement of annual Chhari Mubarak

Swami Amarnathji Yatra shall be performed at Pahalgam on auspicious occa-

sion of Ashad-Purnima (Vyas-Purnima)," Mahant Deependra Giri, custodian

of the Holy Mace, said in a statement here on Wednesday. 

Giri said after performing the rituals, Chhari Mubarak would return to

Dashnami Akhara the same day.  Rituals will also be performed at the his-

toric Martand Temple in Mattan area of Anantnag District on the way from

Pahalgam to Srinagar, he said.  

After performing the Chhari Pujan at Dashnami Akhara on Nag-Panchami

on 1st August, Giri will carry the Mace to Amarnath shrine on Shravan-

Purnima, on 10th August. 

"The Chhari Mubarak will begin its journey from Srinagar to the Holy

Shrine on 6th August, with night halts at Pahalgam, Chandanwari, Sheshnag

and Panchtarani," Giri said. 

He said it would proceed for the Holy Cave for Pujan from Panchtarani at

5:00 AM on 10th August, Shravan-Purnima to have the Darshan and tradi-

tional rituals would be performed and prayers shall be offered the whole day

at the Holy Cave.  "On 12th August, after the Puja and Visarjan ceremonies

at the bank of river Lidder in Pahalgam, Chhari Mubarak will return to

Srinagar. And with these last rituals, the annual Amarnath Yatra will culmi-

nate", Giri said.  Mahadev Gir Dashnami Akhara Trust, Srinagar has made

all the arrangements, at Akhara Building here, for the Sadhus coming from

across the country for the pilgrimage, he said. (PTI)

Security to VIPs being...

and it is likely that the list would be pruned with a major cut in security

cover for those who had used their political clout to get the same, said a Home

Ministry official. Those who were given either Y, Z or Z-plus security during

the tenure of Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde include former Union

Ministers Sachin Pilot, Manish Tewari and Beni Prasad Verma, BSP leader

Satish Chandra Mishra and former Congress MP Naveen Jindal.

Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee Chief PS Bajwa, the party's Lok

Sabha candidate from Allahabad, Nand Gopal Gupta 'Nandi', Congress

Legislature Party Chief in Uttar Pradesh, Pradeep Mathur, journalist

Anirudh Bahal and former Union Minister Matang Sinh are few others who

were given security during the UPA regime.

Two BJP leaders -- Shahnawaz Hussain and Rajiv Pratap Rudy -- and

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani were accorded 'Z' category

security during Shinde's tenure.

"No decision has been taken so far. But threat perceptions of all VIPs will

be reviewed and security will be given accordingly," the official said.

A committee, headed by the Union Home Secretary, periodically reviews the

threat perception of VIPs and, accordingly, recommends security for them.

A 'Z-plus' category protectee is entitled to security with a total of 25 com-

mandos, a 'Z' category protectee gets a cover of 11 security personnel while a

'Y' category VIP gets security of two armed commandos.

A Home Ministry statement said that Home Minister Rajnath Singh was

on Wednesday apprised of the security arrangements for VVIPs/VIPs. Singh

called for the security arrangements to be reviewed and suitably strengthened

wherever required. Asked whether there was any move to reduce the security

for any VIP, the Home Minister said no such decision has been taken. (PTI)

FIR lodged against 3...

conspiracy in league with the beneficiaries during the period February to

May 2012," an official spokesman said.

He said Dar and other two persons Kousar Ahmad Zargar and Gulzar

Ahmad Magray, in connivance with each other have conferred undue pecu-

niary advantage upon the beneficiaries and thereby caused corresponding

loss of Rs 1,86,004 to the State exchequer by way of drawing salary in favour

of 12 non- deserving illegal and fraudulent regularised beneficiaries.

"In pursuance thereof, the accused public servants illegally, fraudulently

and by abuse of their official position and in violation of rules, norms and reg-

ulations made appointment and regularisation of 12 CPW's in the Municipal

Committee Achabal," the spokesman said.

Meanwhile, in another case, the Court of Special Judge Anti-Corruption

here on Wednesday rejected the bail application of Nisar Ahmad Ahangar, an

accused Patwari, who was caught while taking bribe of Rs 20,000 on 17th

June at his residence in Kulgam.

The accused was on police remand and has now been lodged in judicial cus-

tody upto 9th July, the spokesman said. (PTI)



SHAM PROTESTS OVER...

and other displaced persons of 1947, 1965 and 1971.

Agreeing to the suggestion of the minister, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah

sought the matter to be taken up in the Revenue Department on immediate

basis for sorting out the long pending issues of displaced population.

Intriguingly, Sham Lal Sharma found himself alone in pleading the cause of

West Pakistan refugees and displaced persons from PoK in 1947, 1965 and

1971, as neither his ministerial colleagues from Congress nor the Jammu

based National Conference minister supported him for fear of wrath from

Kashmir centric ministers.



33rd Kalachakra by...

co-sponsored by Jonang Welfare Society Dharamsala and Kongbo People

inside and outside Tibet, is organising Kalachakra initiation by the world

renowned apostle of Peace and Harmony, His Holiness The Dalai Lama, at

Leh for individual peace, mutual understanding, greater unity, and ultimate

world peace and happiness of all sentient beings", Dr Tondup informed the

media persons.  This is the 3rd Kalachakra sermon in Ladakh and is perhaps

the last in the region. The first was held in 1976 in Leh and the second was

in 1988 in Zanskar.

Anti-dowry law...

headed by Justice C.K Prasad said. It said that the police officer shall fur-

nish the reasons and materials which necessitated the arrest before the

Magistrate. "Section 498-A of the IPC was introduced with avowed object to

combat the menace of harassment to a woman at the hands of her husband

and his relatives. The fact that Section 498-A is a cognisable and non-bail-

able offence has lent it a dubious place of pride amongst the provisions that

are used as weapons rather than shield by disgruntled wives.

"The simplest way to harass is to get the husband and his relatives arrest-

ed under this provision. In quite a number of cases, bed-ridden grand-fathers

and grand-mothers of the husbands, their sisters living abroad for decades

are arrested," the Bench said. The Bench said the arrest curtails freedom,

brings humiliation and casts scars forever and no arrest should be made only

because the offence is non-bailable and cognisable. "The existence of the

power to arrest is one thing, the justification for the exercise of it is quite

another. Apart from power to arrest, the police officers must be able to justi-

fy the reasons thereof. "No arrest can be made in a routine manner on a mere

allegation of commission of an offence made against a person.

It would be prudent and wise for a police officer that no arrest is made with-

out a reasonable satisfaction reached after some investigation as to the gen-

uineness of the allegation," the Bench said. 

Referring to crime statistics, the Apex Court said 1,97,762 persons were

arrested in 2012 for offence under Section 498-A and nearly a quarter of

those arrested under this provision were women depicting that mothers and

sisters of the husbands were liberally included in their arrest net.

"Its share is 6 per cent out of the total persons arrested under the crimes

committed under Indian Penal Code. It accounts for 4.5 per cent of total

crimes committed under different sections of penal code, more than any other

crimes except theft and hurt," it said.

It said the rate of charge-sheeting in cases is as high as 93.6 per cent, while

the conviction rate is only 15 per cent, which is lowest across all heads and as

many as 3,72,706 cases are pending at trial stage. The Apex Court said that

police in the country has not come out of its colonial mindset.

"It has not come out of its colonial image despite six decades of independ-

ence, it is largely considered as a tool of harassment, oppression and surely

not considered a friend of public. The need for caution in exercising the dras-

tic power of arrest has been emphasised time and again by courts but has not

yielded desired result.

"Power to arrest greatly contributes to its arrogance so also the failure of

the magistracy to check it. Not only this, the power of arrest is one of the

lucrative sources of police corruption. The attitude to arrest first and then

proceed with the rest is despicable. It has become a handy tool to the police

officers who lack sensitivity or act with oblique motive," it said. The Apex

Court said that failure of police officials will be liable for department proceed-

ings and amount to contempt of court for not complying with its direction.

It said, "Authorising detention without recording reasons as aforesaid by

the judicial magistrate concerned shall be liable for departmental action by

the appropriate High Court." "Our endeavour in this judgement is to ensure

that police officers do not arrest accused unnecessarily and Magistrates do

not authorise detention casually and mechanically," it said.

The Apex Court said a person accused of offence punishable with imprison-

ment for a term which may be less than seven years or which may extend to

seven years with or without fine, cannot be arrested by the police officer only

on its satisfaction that such person had committed the offence.

It said police officer before arrest, in such cases has to be further satisfied

that such arrest is necessary to prevent such person from committing any

further offence or for proper investigation of the case or to prevent the

accused from causing the evidence of the offence to disappear.

"Law further requires the police officers to record the reasons in writing for

not making the arrest. 

In pith and core, the police office before arrest must put a question to him-

self, why arrest? Is it really required? What purpose it will serve? What object

it will achieve? "It is only after these questions are addressed and one or the

other conditions as enumerated above is satisfied, the power of arrest needs

to be exercised. In fine, before arrest first the police officers should have rea-

son to believe on the basis of information and material that the accused has

committed the offence," the Bench said.

"We are of the opinion that if the provisions of Section 41 CrPC which

authorises the police officer to arrest an accused without an order from a

Magistrate and without warrant are scrupulously enforced, the wrong com-

mitted by the police officers intentionally or unwittingly would be reversed

and the number of cases which come to the Court for grant of anticipatory

bail will substantially reduce," the Bench said. (PTI)

Yasin Malik terms...

separation from this mentality and mindset and resistance against this was

necessary.  "Drabu joined JKLF and both these worked with us for months",

Yasin said adding that after few years Sideeq Wahid sold his conscience for

an army chair at Jammu University and was rewarded the Vice Chancellor-

ship of Islamic University Awantipoora. Dr Drabu was awarded with the

Chairmanship of JK Bank and hence both these renounced the resistance

movement for their pity selfish gains", he added. 



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SELECTION NOTICE

Consequent to the advertisement notice published in leading daily newspapers vide No.

SHS/NRHM/J&K/ 9846-51 Dated 16-05-2014; the MBBS Doctors who applied for the vacant posts under

NRHM in the different districts, were counseled as per their merit in the offices of the National Rural Health

Mission, Jammu/ Srinagar on 31-05-2014.

The list of MBBS doctors, whose services are recommended for hiring upto 31st May 2015 under

NRHM in various districts is as follows:

Selection List of Medical Officers under NRHM

S. 

Name  of Candidate

Parentage

Place of Posting

Category

NO.

District Anantnag

1

Dr. Amina Samreen 



Sh. Abdul Hamid Shah

SNCU Anantnag

Others

District Bandipora

2

Dr. Swaiba Rashid



Sh. Abdul Rashid Mir

DH Bandipora

Others

3

Dr. Nesser Ahmad Mir



Sh. Mohd Saidulla

DH Bandipora

Others

District Baramulla

4

Dr. Ufaq Sumera



Sh. Aftab Ahmed Qureshi

CHC Tangmarg

Others

5

Dr. Gebran Manzoor Monga



Sh. Manzoor Ahmad Monga

PHC Seriwarpora

Others

6

Dr. Sajad Ahmad Sofi



Sh. Gh. Ahmad Sofi

PHC Mulgam

Others

7

Dr Mohsin Qadir Nadroo



Sh. Ghulam Qadir Nadroo

PHC Sultan Daki

A

District Budgam

8

Dr. Reyhana Yousuf



Sh. Mohmed Yousuf

DH Budgam

Others

9

Dr. Nazish Manzoor Keena



Sh. Manzoor Ahmad Keena

CHC Nagam

Others

10

Dr. Farhat Anjum



Sh. Mohd Yousuf Bhat

CHC Beerwa

Others

11

Dr. Arif Ishtiq Mattoo



Sh. Ishtiq Ahmad Mattoo

CHC Khansahib

Others

12

Dr. Muzamil Ahmad Masoodi



Sh. Muhtaq Ahmad Masoodi

CHC Charshrief

Others

District Ganderbal

13

Dr. Shadab Manzoor Najimi



Sh. Manzoor Ahmad Najimi

PHC Wussan

Others

District Kulgam

14

Dr. Mir Humanyun Majeed



Sh. Mir Abdul Majeed

PHC Kilam

Others

15

Dr. Saika Rasool 



Sh. Gh. Rasool Wani

PHC Pahloo

Others

16

Dr. Zahoor Ahmad Bhat



Sh. Ab. Hamid bhat

PHC K B Pora

B

17

Dr. Zeeshan Bashir



Sh. Bashir Ahmad Bhat

PHC Devsar

Others

18

Dr. Jawahar Mehmood Khan



Sh. Gh. Mohiuddin Khan

PHC Manzgam

Others

19

Dr. Sajad Ahmad Dar



Sh. Ghulam Ali Dar

PHC Nihama

Others

District Kupwara

20

Dr. Umer Farooq



Sh. Farooq Ahmed Bandey

PHC Chowgul

Others

21

Dr. Aamir Majeed



Sh. Abdul Majid Malik

CHC Kralpora

B

22

Dr. Ashiq Rashid Mir



Sh. Ab. Rashid Mir

CHC Tangdar

A

23

Dr. Kaiser Ahmed Ganai



Sh. Habibullah Ganaie

PHC Keran

A

District Pulwama

24

Dr. Raja Jehingeer Maqbool



Sh. Mohd Maqbool Nengroo

CHC Pampore

Others

25

Dr. Berjis Ahmad



Sh. Gh. Ahmad Ahanger

DH Pulwama

Others

26

Dr. Suhail Ashraf Wani



Sh. Muhammad Ashraf Wani

CHC Rajpora

Others

27

Dr. Waseem Akram Khan



Sh. Mohd Akram Khan

DH Pulwama

Others

28

Dr. Asif Ali Rafiqi



Sh. Ali Mohd Rafiqi

CHC Tral


Others

District Shopian

29

Dr. Najeeba Anjum



Sh. Mohmmad Yousuf Mir

CHC Zainpora

Others

District Leh

30

Arshid Ahmad Rather



Sh. Gh. Mohd. Rather

SDH Disket 

A

31

Dr. Waseem Aijaz Kitab



Sh. Aijaz Ahmed Kitab

CHC Khalsti

A

32

Dr. Mir Ashfaq Hamid



Sh. Abdul Hamid Mir

DH Leh


Others

33

Dr.Javid Ahmad



Sh. Mohd Shaban Changal

DH Leh


Others

34

Dr. Showkat Amin Rather



Sh. Mohd Amin Rather

PHC Timisgum

A

35

Dr. Rabia Saleem



W/o Dr. Prince Furhat Rasool

District Leh 

(Couple)

A

36



Dr. Prince Furhat Rasool

Sh. Gulam Rasool Bhat

District Leh

( Couple)

A

37

Dr Showkat Ahmad  Najar



Sh. Ali Mohd Najar

PHC Tangtsi

A

38

Dr. Arshid Ahmad Baba



Sh. Gh. Mohi-ud-din Baba

PHC Timisgum

A

39

Dr. Ishfaq Anjum Sheikh



Sh. Mohmmad Ishmail Sheikh

PHC Chushot

A

40

Dr. Faroze Ahmad Dar



Sh. Abdul Hameed Dar

PHC Nyoma

A

41

Dr. Muhmad Ramzan



Sh. Ab. Majid Bhat

PHC Diggar

A

42

Dr. Shabir Ahmad Dar



Sh. Gulam Rasool Dar

PHC Diggar

A

District Kargil

43

Dr. Zeenat Nissa



Sh. Late Talib Hussain Akhoon

DH Kargil

Others

44

Dr. Bilquees Fatima



Sh. Mohd Ali Khan

DH Kargil

Others

45

Dr. Shahroz



Sh. Gulshan Ghulam Nabi

CHC Padum

A

46

Dr. Irfan-ul-Haq Wani



Sh. Khazir Mohmad Wani

CHC Padum

A

District Doda

47

Dr.Khuram Malik



Sh. Masud Tabish Malik

CHC Thatri

Others

48

Dr. Ajit Kumar



Sh. Rajinder Parshad

PHC Assar

C

49

Dr.Ram Pal



Sh. Bishreep 

CHC Gandoh

B

50

Dr. Syed Shahid Bashir



Sh. Bashir Ahmad Shah

PHC Barath

A

District Ramban

51

Dr.Atish Gupta



Sh. Yashpal Gupta

DH Ramban

Others

52

Dr. Dilshada Bano



Sh. Mohd Iqbal Sohil

PHC Trigam 

B

53

Dr.Safia Akhtar 



Sh. Rehmat Ali 

CHC Batote 

Others

54

Dr. Imran Shafi



Sh. Mohd Shafi Zaboo

PHC Ukheral

C

55

Dr. Suhail Muhammad



Sh. Gh. Mohd Kantroo

PHC Khari

C

56

Dr. Mubashir Ahmad



Sh. Nisar Ahmad Sheikh

MMU Ramban

Others

57

Dr. Sayed Mursaleen



Sh. Dr. Mohd Tazeem

PHC Ramsoo

C

District Jammu

58

Dr. Priya Bhat



Dr. M.K. Bhat

PHC Kotbhalwal

Others

59

Dr.Anadhi Dhar



Sh. Avtar Krishan Dhar

PHC Mishriwala

Others

60

Dr.Renu Bandral



Sh. Des Raj Bandral

SNCU Gandhi Nagar Others

61

Dr.Lakhvinder Kour



Sh. Surjit Singh

SNCU Gandhi Nagar Others

62

Dr.Ravi Jee Pandit



Sh. Moti lal Pandit

CHC Marh


Others

63

Dr.Deeksha Dhar



Sh. K.K. Dhar

PHC Ambgarota

Others

64

Dr.Manisha Sharma



Sh. Devraj Makhotra

PHC Arnia 

Others

65

Dr.Sandeep Verma



Sh. Harbans Lal Verma

CHC Sohanjana

Others

66

Dr.Priyanka Ambardar



Sh. Indeer Krishan Ambardar

CHC Marh 

Others

67

Dr.Javed Iqbal



Sh. Nazir Ahmed

PHC Sai RS Pura 

Others

68

Dr.Shanky Chandok



Sh. Om Parkash Chandok

CHC Jourian 

Others

69

Dr.Meenikahsi Lakhotra



Sh.Hans Paul

PHC Pargwal

Others

70

Dr.Asim



Sh.Ghulam Hassan

PHC Jogwan

Others

71

Dr. Radiya Manzoor



Sh. Manzoor Ahmad Dar

PHC Kharrah

Others

District Kathua

72

Dr.Manpreet Kour



Sh. S. Niranjan Singh

PHC Lakhanpur 

Others

73

Dr.Anuradha Sarnal



Sh. Sagar Singh

PHC Budhi

Others

74

Dr.Anurag Sharma



Sh. Gopal Krishan Sharma

PHC Hutt 

C

75

Dr.Sandeep Seotra



Sh. Mithu Ram

PHC Dhani 

Others

76

Dr.Sukhvir Singh



Sh. Piara Singh Rapial

CHC Parole 

Others

77

Dr.Munshi Ram Badyal



Sh. Chandu Ram

PHC Machedi

C

78

Dr.Raminder Singh



Sh. Harjit Singh

CHC Parole 

Others

79

Dr.Nimrat Pal Singh



Sh. Rajender Singh

PHC Bhaddu 

Others

80

Dr. Nasreena Shabana



Sh. Farooq Ahmed Shiekh

DH Kathua

Others

81

Dr. Danish Bhat



Sh. Abdul Rasheed Bhat

CHC Bani


C

82

Dr. Rajpal Singh Sodhi



Sh. Mangat Singh Sodhi

PHC Ramkote

Others

83

Dr. Mushtaq Ahmed Malik



Sh. Habib Ullaha Malik

CHC Basohli

Others

84

Dr. Altaf Hussain Dar



Sh.Bashir Ahmad Dar

PHC Dhaggar

A

District Poonch

85

Dr.Javed Iqbal



Sh.Mohd Khurshid

PHC Bhatadurian

Others

86

Dr.Danish Altaf



Sh. Altaf Hussain

CHC Surankote 

Others

87

Dr.Zahoor Ahmad Bhat



Sh. Mohd Ashraf Bhat

PHC Lassana 

C

88

Dr. Ruhi Mirza



Sh. Mirza Sikander Ali

CHC Mandi

Others

89

Dr. Nisar Ahmad Lone



Sh. Ghulam Mohmmad Lone

CHC Mendhar

Others

90

Dr.Mohmad Ashraf Mir



Sh. Ghulam Mohmmad Mir

CHC Mendhar

Others

91

Dr. Danish Rafiq Khan



Sh. Mohd Rafiq Khan

PHC Behrooti

A

92

Dr. Shahnawaz Ah. Chowdhary Sh. Nazir Ahmed



PHC Harimarhote

B

93



Dr. Bilal Ahmad Sheikh

Sh. Ab. Gaffar Sheikh

PHC Harimarhote

B

District Samba

94

Dr.Hartwinder Singh



Sh. Narinder Singh

CHC Ghagwal 

Others

District Udhampur

95

Dr.Vandna



Sh Bansi lal Thapa

DH Udhampur 

Others

96

Dr.Rohini Gupta



Krishan Lal Gupta

DH Udhampur 

Others

97

Dr. Mehrine Showkat



Showkat Ali

DH Udhampur

Others

98

Dr. Safeena Mushtaq



Mushtaq Ahmad Dar

CHC Chenani

Others

99

Dr. Aassia Hassan



Gh. Hassan Wani

PHC Thial

Others

100


Dr. Ashish Talashi

Sh. Kundan Lal Talashi

PHC Moungri

B

101



Dr. Shazia Manzoor

Mohd manzoor Hussain Raja

PHC Panchari

B

102



Dr. Juzia Jan

Ali Mohd Bangroo

PHC Bharnara

Others


District Reasi

103


Dr.Iftikhar Hussain Ganie

Rehman Ganie

MMU Reasi 

Others


104

Dr. Nazir Manzoor 

Manzoor Ahmad Walvir

DH Reasi


Others

105


Dr. Mahboob-ul-Haq

Ghulam Mohammad Wani

PHC Dharmari

C

106



Dr. Arshed Hussain Bhat

Mohammad Siddiq Bhat

PHC Dharmari

C

107



Dr. Shahnawaz Nazir

Nazir Ahmad Malik

PHC Laiter

Others


108

Dr. Altaf Ahmed Qureshi

Mohmad Qasim Qureshi

PHC Bharakh

Others

District Rajouri

109


Dr. Syed Khalid Muzzamil

Dr. N.A Nadeem

CHC Taryath

Others


110

Dr. Showkat Ahmad Parray

Gh. Mohd Parray

CHC Taryath

Others

The selected candidates shall report to the office of Concerned Chief Medical Officer along with their



original testimonials, which will be verified as per NRHM guidelines and the candidates who have the valid certifi-

cates will be allowed to join by the Chief Medical Officers. These doctors will also have to execute an undertaking

on affidavit (on prescribed format) before their services are hired. The services of the doctors shall also be governed

by the terms & conditions mentioned in their selection letters issued to the Chief Medical Officers.



The candidates shall have to join their duties on or before 10th July, 2014.

S/d

DIP/K-NB-634/14

Mission Director

Dated:02-07-2014

NRHM, J&K


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