Vice President visits
Thiksay Monastery

Excelsior Correspondent

LEH, July 6: The Vice President of India M Hamid Ansari along with his wife Salma Ansari visited Thiksay Monastery, Hemis Monastery and Shah Hamdan Mosque at Shey yesterday...more

2nd day of Int'l conference on
"Geothermal, Energy Resources"

Experts moot idea to start
exploratory plant on PPP
mode

Excelsior Correspondent

LEH, July 6: On the second day of three-day long international conference on "Geothermal and other Energy Resources of Ladakh: Technological and Business Viability"...more

Don’t pay heed to rumours,
maintain peace : Distt Adm

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Clarifying that there was no disrespect to the Moulvi of the Masjid at Subash Nagar, district administration today advised the people not to pay any heed to the rumours and maintain calm and peace...more

Rs 1.46 lakh penalty
imposed on defaulters

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: A team of Vigilance and Inspection wing of Commercial Taxes Department, Jammu division, conducted a surprise inspection of commercial vehicles along the Jammu-Pathankote National Highway and seized some vehicles ...more

JURSEA opens guidance
bureau for admission
seekers

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: The Jammu University Research Scholar Executive Association (JURSEA) today opened a guidance bureau-cum-information center to facilitate the needs of admission seekers at University of Jammu (JU)....more

 

Slathia inaugurates
Community Facility Centre

Excelsior Correspondent

SAMBA, July 6: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Surjeet Singh Slathia today said that coalition Government led by Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has launched various welfare schemes to improve the socio-economic condition of weaker sections of the society.....more

Panthers Party urges PM
to impose Governor's Rule

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Prof. Bhim Singh, chairman JKNPP who returned from Kashmir last evening submitted a confidential letter to Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India urging for his immediate intervention to save the Valley from further disaster, deaths and destruction caused by the unabated..more

Akhoon calls on Vice
President, pleads for early
construction of Zojila tunnel

Excelsior Correspondent

Srinagar, July 6 : The Minister for Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution and Transport, Qamar Ali Akhoon has sought Vice President, Hamid Ansari’s intervention for early completion of feasibility study report for construction of Zojila tunnel and floating of global tenders to commence work on the project. ....more

     
 

DM revokes suspension of publication of three newspapers...

Week-long programme for jail inmates organised....

DFCO seizes consignments of drugs....

Several theft cases worked out, 2 arrested...

Tributes paid to Martyr Bua Ditta....

Mahasha Sadar Sabha celebrates 72nd foundation day...

2 commit suicide; man found dead near Rly track ....

8-day BD training camp underway at Udhampur.....

100 litres lahan recovered, bootlegger arrested....

SC/ST Confederation demands rectification in JKCET list.....

VHP holds alternative medicine camp at Shakti Ashram.....

 

Vice President visits Thiksay Monastery

Excelsior Correspondent

LEH, July 6: The Vice President of India M Hamid Ansari along with his wife Salma Ansari visited Thiksay Monastery, Hemis Monastery and Shah Hamdan Mosque at Shey yesterday.

At Thiksay Monastery, the Vice President was received by Head lama of Thiksay and former Rajya Sabha Member, Kushok Thiksay. At Hemis Monastery, the Manager Hemis Monastery, Chhosgyal Thinless Namgyal and the monks accorded a warm reception to the Vice President of India. Mr Ansari also visited the Museum of Hemis Monastery where a huge collection of Buddhist art and artifacts were displayed for exhibition.

At Shah Hamdan Mosque at Shey, the president Anjuman Mioan Ul Islam, Nazir Khan and senior members of Suni community welcomed the Vice President of India.

In the evening, the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, Leh and the District Administration Leh accorded a colourful cultural program in honour of the Vice President of India. The Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Leh Mr. Chering Dorje presented mementoes to the Vice President and Salma Ansari on this occasion on behalf of the people of Ladakh.

The Minister for Tourism and Culture Nawang Rigzin Jora, Minister for CAPD and Transport, Qamar Ali Akhon, the Executive Councilors of Leh Hill Council, Deputy Commissioner, Leh Mr. Tsering Angchok , SSP Leh BS Tuti and district officers attended the cultural program and had interaction with the visiting dignitaries.

The Vice President flew back to Delhi this morning.

2nd day of Int'l conference on "Geothermal, Energy Resources"
Experts moot idea to start exploratory plant on PPP mode

Excelsior Correspondent

LEH, July 6: On the second day of three-day long international conference on "Geothermal and other Energy Resources of Ladakh: Technological and Business Viability" being held here, the experts while deliberating on different topics today stressed for the need of exploring geothermal resources of the region besides mooting idea to start a small exploratory plant on public-private partnership (PPP) basis.

They also laid emphasis on investigating the other unconventional energy resources. The global warming and climate change should be viewed vis--vis consumption of fossil fuels in Ladakh and developing the green energy resources especially geothermal, which is climate friendly, and independent of fluctuations in seasonal temperatures and also economical, they pointed.

The conference is organized by Institute of Energy Research and Training (IERT) and The Business School (TBS), University of Jammu, in collaboration with University College London.

The first session of the day was held on the subject Geothermal Energy Potential, which was separately chaired by Dr Bindra Thusu and Prof G M Bhat. A total of six presentations were made during this session.

Jonathan Craig (Eni Milan, Italy) deliberated on "Hot Springs and the Geothermal Energy Potential of Jammu and Kashmir) Dr Ahsan Abrar (Thermax India Ltd) deliberated on "Geothermal Energy Potential of Puga Valley and Possibilities of Developing it as a Renewable Energy Hub" whereas; Prof J G Gluyas and Dr Charlotte Adams from Durham University, United Kingdom deliberated on :Geothermal Energy-An Outline of Current (2010) Research in UK and at University of Durham in Particular."

Also, Jigmet Takpa (Director, Ladakh Renewable Energy Development Agency, Leh) deliberated on "Geothermal and Other Renewable Energy Resources Potential of Ladakh", Dr Inderjeet Singh (PWC Pvt Ltd India) deliberated on "Renewable Energy Projects and CDM opportunities in India with special reference to J&K" and Nissar Ahmed (Geology and Mining Deptt, J&K) also made a presentation.

The second session on the subject 'Other Energy Resources' was chaired by Dr Jonathan Craig in which two presentations were made by Prof J G Gluyas (Durham University, UK) and Prof Jyotirmay Mathur (Malviya NIT, Jaipur) on "Photovoltics: An outline of current (2010) Research" and "Passive Heating and Energy Efficiency in Buildings of Cold Climate" respectively.

The final session of the day was held on subject Energy Management which was chaired by Dr Salil Dutt in which three presentation were made. Dr Alka Sharma and Dr Jaya Bhasin from The Business School, University of Jammu deliberated on "Management of Energy Conservation with Special Focus on Community Sensitization", Ms Sally Daultrey (University of California, San Diego) deliberated on "Data Gaps, Boundaries and Knowledge: Exploring the Socio-environmental Context for Energy Choices in the Western Himalaya"; and Prof G M Bhat, Naveen Hakhoo, Mateen Hafiz and Dr Bindra Thusu jointly deliberated on "Conventional and Unconventional Energy Exploration Activity in J&K: History and Current Status".

The experts further noted that there was a need for public awareness regarding energy conservation and climatic change particularly about the fragile environment in Ladakh. They also showed their concern on the disposal pattern of used lubricants in vehicles, which pollute the soil and water resources.

Don’t pay heed to rumours, maintain peace : Distt Adm

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Clarifying that there was no disrespect to the Moulvi of the Masjid at Subash Nagar, district administration today advised the people not to pay any heed to the rumours and maintain calm and peace.

According to an official hand-out, some persons spreaded rumours this afternoon about throwing of burning tyre near the Masjid at Subash Nagar. To take stock of the situation, District Magistrate Jammu, M K Dwivedi along with SSP Jammu, Basant Rath and other concerned civil and police officers visited the spot and spoke to the people, who had gathered on paying heed to the rumours.

The people were assured that the matter would be urgently investigated and asked to maintain calm and peace. Later, SSP Jammu, Basant Rath, Additional District Magistrate Jammu, M S Rehana Batul and SP City North visited the Masjid and made necessary enquiries.

The Moulvi of the mosque informed the officers that in the morning some people, who had come for Namaz, informed him that a burning tyre had been placed before the gate of the Masjid. After Namaz, the Moulvi went around the Masjid and found a small burning tyre along with broken pieces of glass outside the Masjid.

No other damage was noticed and the situation was normal and peaceful in the locality. The photography and videography of the place was also done. The Moulvi said that people should not exaggerate the matter as nobody had shown disrespect as alleged. The Moulvi also appealed the people to maintain peace and communal harmony.

"It appears that some goonda elements had played mischief near the Masjid last night but the situation is normal", official handout said.

Police has registered a case in to the matter and started investigations to book the goonda elements.

Rs 1.46 lakh penalty imposed on defaulters

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: A team of Vigilance and Inspection wing of Commercial Taxes Department, Jammu division, conducted a surprise inspection of commercial vehicles along the Jammu-Pathankote National Highway and seized some vehicles with goods for suspected under-valuation and concealment of goods.

The vehicles seized were carrying iron scrap, plastic scrap, plywood and fire crackers. These were put to physical check and penalty to the tune of Rs 1,46, 339 was levied and recovered from the defaulters under different provisions of J&K VAT Act, 2005.

The team under supervision of Shamsher Bahadur, Deputy Commissioner Taxes (Vigilance and Inspections) Jammu comprised of senior officers including Rajneesh Jeerath, Commercial Taxes Officer; Inspector, Manav Sharma and few others.

The office has again warned all the Transport carrier and owners of commercial vehicles and dealers in particular not to indulge in any practice of Tax evasion or avoidance as every such measure will be dealt with firmly under rules.

JURSEA opens guidance bureau for admission seekers

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: The Jammu University Research Scholar Executive Association (JURSEA) today opened a guidance bureau-cum-information center to facilitate the needs of admission seekers at University of Jammu (JU).

National Conference MLC Ajay Sadhotra inaugurated the guidance bureau. Prof J P Singh Joorel, HoD Statistics, was the special guest on the occasion. Ankush Abrol, Dr Anuradha Goswami, Chander Mohan Sharma and Vikas Sharma were also present.

Speaking on the occasion, Sadhotra appreciated the initiative taken by the JURSEA member to provide information and necessary guidance to admission seekers coming to the University.

He exhorted upon all the students organizations to work for the betterment of new entrants with the assistance of University authorities.

Prof Joorel said that the center would not only provide guidance to the students but also try to teach them basic values of the life.

Earlier, Rakesh Chib, JURSEA president, informed that besides providing guidance to the admission seekers, the bureau would try to solve the problem of students.

Slathia inaugurates Community Facility Centre

Excelsior Correspondent

SAMBA, July 6: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Surjeet Singh Slathia today said that coalition Government led by Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah has launched various welfare schemes to improve the socio-economic condition of weaker sections of the society.

The Minister was addressing a gathering after inaugurating Community Facility Centre, at Rarri in Vijaypur block of Samba district, constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 7.50 lakh under Border Area Development Programme (BADP).

The Minister said that Government was making all out efforts to provide improved basic amenities to the people of three regions of the State including better road connectivity, healthcare, education, electricity, drinking water and drainage system. He said that there is no constraint of funds, adding that Central Government is provided liberal funding for developing Jammu and Kashmir as a model state.

Referring to the newly constructed community facility centre, Mr. Slathia said that the facility created in the area would help people to arrange social and religious functions on nominal fee. He asked the people to protect the public property adding that the objective of Government was to create durable assets in every nook and corner of the State.

On the occasion, the people of the area putforth various demands which included construction of lanes and drains, installation of transformer, uninterrupted power and water supply, renovation of pond at Rarri village etc. He assured that their genuine demands and grievances would be redressed soon.

He directed the Block Development Officer to prepare an estimate to construct kitchen, bathroom and boundary wall around the community facility centre.

The Minister urged upon the people to remain united for the development of the village. He stressed upon the Development Committee of Rarri village to identify more development works and submit the same to the concerned authority so that the works could be started. He also assured that more such Community centers would be constructed in village for convenience of the people.

Panthers Party urges PM to impose Governor's Rule

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Prof. Bhim Singh, chairman JKNPP who returned from Kashmir last evening submitted a confidential letter to Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India urging for his immediate intervention to save the Valley from further disaster, deaths and destruction caused by the unabated violence by uncontrollable youth in the streets against the non-functional, inefficient and corrupt State Government headed by young Omar Abdullah.

Prof. Bhim Singh among other things has advocated for the imposition of Governor's Rule for six months so that alienation between the administration and the people which has developed because of the attitude of the Chief Minister.

Prof. Bhim Singh said that during his three day extensive study of the situation in the Valley and after having talked to the cross-section of the political sections, he has come to a conclusion that no political party or individual is capable to take over the administration at the moment. A short spell of Governor's Rule may be utilized to work out an acceptable, workable and viable combination and permutation for the formation of the next Government in J&K. Any delay in taking appropriate decision may prove dangerous for the national security and help the enemies of India alone.

Prof. Singh has condemned the brutal killings of the youngsters in Srinagar and Baramulla and held the Chief Minister responsible for it. He also expressed heart-felt condolences and sympathies with the bereaved families.

Akhoon calls on Vice President, pleads for
early construction of Zojila tunnel

Excelsior Correspondent

Srinagar, July 6 : The Minister for Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution and Transport, Qamar Ali Akhoon has sought Vice President, Hamid Ansari’s intervention for early completion of feasibility study report for construction of Zojila tunnel and floating of global tenders to commence work on the project.

In a memorandum submitted to Vice President, Mr. Ansari during his visit to Ladakh, Mr. Akhoon said that Ladakh region consists of twin districts of Leh and Kargil, adding that due to climatic and topographic conditions, the region remains cut-off for six months from rest of the World. The construction of the tunnel would ensure round the year road connectivity to the twin districts of Ladakh region with rest of the country.

Mr. Akhoon pleaded for up-gradation of existing airport of Kargil, adding that during the winter, there is no air communication between Kargil to Srinagar, Jammu and Delhi except some army flights which only cater the need of security forces. He said that the people of the area were in great need of basic necessities like medicare and other essentials.

The Minister also stressed the need for opening of Kargil-Skardu road, adding that it would help not only in boosting the trade between Ladakh and Skardu region but also allow the displaced families to meet with each other.

Mr. Akhoon also called for construction of Parkachik Hydro Power project over Suru river at Suru which will generate over 100 MW power to meet the local power requirements.

DM revokes suspension of publication of
three newspapers

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6 : District Magistrate, Jammu M. K. Dwivedi today set aside the conditional order of forfeiture and suspension of publication of 3 Newspapers namely ‘Early Times’, ‘Glimpses of Future’ and ‘The Shadow’ and allowed them to continue the publications.

It may be recalled that publication of these newspapers was suspended by the District Magistrate for publication of news which was not based on facts and as a result, mis-information was spread across the State. To avoid breach of communal harmony and as a preventive measure, the newspapers were closed down and further publication of these newspapers was suspended.

The owners/editors of these newspapers had approached the court but no relief was granted and subsequently understanding the responsibility as responsible citizens of the society, the concerned owners/editors submitted a written declaration/ undertaking to the District Magistrate stating that in future, they will remain careful while publishing the news/articles in sensitive situations and will not do anything which can cause any kind of unrest in the society. They also submitted that they are not interested in pursing the case and the same was dismissed as withdrawn in the High Court.

Week-long programme for jail inmates organised

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: The Art of Living Foundation under its "Prison Smart Programme" collaborated with the J&K Prisons Department, organized one-week programme in District Jail, Udhampur, from June 28 to July 4.

One hundred and fifty jail inmates lodged under various offences and 50 members of Prison staff including the Deputy Superitendents and Assistant Superintendents participated in the programme and were benefited by it.

Paryag Parekh, an expert from Bangalore, taught the basics of Art of Living to the trainees in which they learnt the techniques of leading a stress-free and healthy life.

The inmates after the conclusion of the programme expressed satisfaction and were found keen to go in for advanced learning in the field of Art of Living so that after their release from jail, they could educate more people in this most human friendly stream and make the society more self-reliant and strong.

Rajni Sehgal, Superintendent, District Jail, Udhampur, said the Art of Living Foundation has been arranging such programmes. The Inspector General of Police, Prisons Department, M A Anjum, underscored the importance of such reformatory programmes for prisoners.

DFCO seizes consignments of drugs

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6 : Enforcement staff of Drug and Food Control Organization (DFCO) under the supervision of its Controller Satish Gupta, conducted surprise inspections to check the storage condition of sera and vaccine being imported by brand leaders and raided godowns of leading transport carriers.

During the checking the consignments of M/s Unimark Remedies, Bhivandi and M/s Bharat Serums and Vaccines Limited, valuing Rs 3.9 lakh, booked on the name of M/s Jandyal Medical Agencies, were seized from the godowns of M/s Blue Dart Couriers, Gandhi Nagar Jammu.

The checking sleuths also seized tetanus vaccines worth Rs 9716 from the premises of Sanjeev Medicine Traders, Raghunath Bazar Jammu for contravention of Schedule P of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules 1945.

The department has impressed upon all dealers to adhere to storage requirements of Drugs and ensure cold chain of such preparations during transit from origin to consumption levels.

Several theft cases worked out, 2 arrested

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6 : With the arrest of two thieves, Kishtwar Police today worked out several cases of thefts and robbery in the town.

The accused have been identified as Mudassir Hussain Dev, son of Abdul Latief Dev and his associate Saleem Javed Kripak, son of Javed Iqbal Kripak, both the residents of Zewar Kripakh Gwari, Kishtwar. They were involved in many theft and robbery cases including in Tanveer Electronics Shop located near Hospital Road, Kishtwar in the wee hours of July 4.

An official spokesman said that on a tip off, a police party from Kishtwar Police Station swung into action and arranged a trap wherein suspects were identified while selling mobile sets stolen by them from the Tanveer Electronics shop.

Two burglars were caught red handed by the Police and put to sustained interrogation. On their disclosure, stolen property worth Rs 93805 including mobiles, cameras, TFT screen and grocery items were recovered.

The main accused Mudassir Ahmed Devi admitted that he was involved in burglaries and thefts for the last 2-3 years.

The investigation into the case is going on and more arrests are likely.

Tributes paid to Martyr Bua Ditta

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6 : Rich tributes were paid to Martyr Bua Ditta, son of Krishan Lal of Chakrohi Morh, R S Pura, who laid down his life for cause of nation at Srinagar, in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Rattan Lal Gupta, provincial president of National Conference, here today.

Mr Gupta said martyr Bua Ditta laid down his life while fighting militancy with a sole purpose of restoration of peace in the State. He appealed the Central Government and Defence authorities to take such measures that the family members of martyrs could live with honour and dignity.

Others who spoke in the meeting included Taranjit Singh Tony, Sukhdev Singh and Talvinder Singh.

Mahasha Sadar Sabha celebrates 72nd foundation day

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6 : The All J&K Mahasha Sadar Sabha today held an impressive function at Dogra Hall here under the aegis of Shri Guru Nabha Dass Ji Maharaj Trust, to celebrate their 72nd foundation day, popularly known as "Ekta Divas."

On the occasion, large number of people from the Mahasha community, including women and children thronged the venue and celebrated the day with the traditional fervour and gaiety.

The office bearers of the trust addressed the gathering and threw light on the contributions made by the trust in uplifting the living standards of the community members. They appraised the gathering that it was on this day in 1938 that Mahasha Sadar Sabha Trust was established.

The speakers also recalled the contributions of champions of the community who fought for the cause and helped the people in attaining the dignified living. They also called upon the community members to stay united for their cause.

The Government was also urged to formulate a comprehensive policy to further uplift the standard of the community people. The occasion was also marked with several activities performed by children and women.

2 commit suicide; man found dead near Rly track

Excelsior Correspondent

KATHUA, July 6: Two females, including a middle-aged lady and a teenager, consumed poisonous substances at their respective residences in the district and lost their lives during the past 24 hours.

According to report, Shankro Devi (55), wife of Hans Raj of village Mukandpur under the jurisdiction of Rajbagh Police Station, consumed poison after an altercation with family members. She was immediately taken to hospital where she breathed her last. Police has taken the cognizance of incident and registered case under section 173 RPC.

In another incident, an 18-year-old girl Shivani, daughter of Des Raj of village Arjun Chak, Hiranagar, consumed some poisonous substance at her residence last evening reportedly due to some family problem. After initial treatment at local hospital, she was taken to GMC Jammu but she breathed her last on the way.

Thereafter, police took the body into its custody and got the postmortem done. Later, the body was handed over to family members.

Meanwhile, a Railway Protection Force patrol party this morning found a body lying near railway track at Gurha Beldaran, Hiranagar. The RPF personnel immediately shifted the body to hospital. The deceased has been identified as Paresh, son of M K Kurla of Gujarat. It is believed that the victim might have died due to fall from the running train during last night.

8-day BD training camp underway at Udhampur

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: The eight -days long Bajrang Dal physical exercise camp is underway at Udhampur. In this camp 150 Bajrang Dal activists drawn from different parts of J&K are taking part.

The camp has been organized in connection with the objective of the BD to train its 10,000 persons across the country by imbibing in them the spirit of self service, nation building, patriotism and honesty.

The activists will be imparted training in martial arts, physical exercises, yoga, self discipline etc so that they can overcome the challenges facing the country.

The camp which started on July 4 will conclude on July 11. The senior BD and VHP leaders addressed the camp and interacted with the youth.

State convenor BD Nand Kishore while addressing the youth in the camp urged them to be ready for any sacrifice for the national cause. ``You should be always ready to sacrifice your individual interests over national interests'', he added.

BD co-convenor Neeraj Donaereiya also spoke on the occasion.

100 litres lahan recovered, bootlegger arrested

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Rajouri Police arrested one bootlegger and recovered 100 litres of lahan alongwith 5 litres of illicit country made liquor from his residential house at Draj under the jurisdiction of Budhal Police Station.

Police spokesman said that on a tip off, police conducted raid at village Draj in the wee hours of today and recovered 100 litres of lahan (desi liquor) besides 5 litres of illicit liquor from the house of one Kamal Singh, son of Chatar Singh of village Draj.

A case under 48 Excise Act has been registered at Police Station Budhal.

Meanwhile, Katra Police while conducting checking/frisking at Bus Stand recovered 2 bottles of Rum from the possession of one Lal Singh, son of Bali Ram of Reasi. The accused was immediately arrested.

SC/ST Confederation demands rectification in JKCET list

Excelsior Correrspondent

JAMMU, July 6: A meeting of constituents of SC/ST Confederation while expressing serious concern over not giving due share to the reserved category candidates in the recently published list of JKCET by the Board of Professional Entrance Examination, has demanded immediate rectification of the list by giving due share to reserved categories.

Chief of the Confederation R K Kalsotra, who had a telephonic discussion with the chairman of BOPEE, appealed him to issue re-casted lists of reserved categories as per percentage fixed for them to which the Chairman assured to give due representation to all categories.

The Confederation however warned statewide agitation incase revised list of candidates was not issued within a couple of days.

Roshan Din Chowdhary, Mohd Abdullah Chowdhary, Zabeer Ahmed Bajjar and Harbans Lal also spoke in the meeting.

VHP holds alternative medicine camp at Shakti Ashram

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 6: Vishaw Hindu Parishad (VHP) has organized 10 -day long Alternative Medicine Camp at Shakti Ashram Rehari here in collaboration with Bharatiya Jan Sewa Sansthan, J&K.

The camp is led by Dr Vinod Meena (DAT MD), ACU from Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya Arogya Jeevan Sanstha Rajasthan. He is accompanied by a team of doctors from the institute.

The patients suffering from various life style disorders and diseases including blood pressure, sugar, arthritis, gas, piles, etc are given acupressure and magnetic treatment for curing them.

Dr Meena said that acupressure and magnetic treatment is the best form of alternative medicine to cure the diseases caused due to life style disorder.

The camp which was opened on July 30 for 10 days duration is being extended by a week more at the insistence of VHP and the patients.



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