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A Sarpanch is ‘more powerful’ than Gov, CM

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BITTER BUT TRUTH; IT HAPPENS ONLY IN J&K
*Governor, N.N Vohra in a significant decision had ordered cancellation of attachment of all the Government employees, both Gazetted and Non-Gazetted. *"All attached employees will be relieved with immediate effect to report to their original place of posting from where they were withdrawn before such attachment", the order said.*Government had also directed the Treasury Officers (TOs) not to entertain salary bills of those employees who have been attached or transferred, along with the post, unless the report of their original place of posting certificate is not recorded by the Drawing and Disbursing Officers on the monthly salary bill.By Ajmer Alam WaniJAMMU, OCT 11: For majority, it will be a big surprise to know that in Jammu and KashmirState, a Sarpanch is more powerful to State Governor and the Chief Minister (CM). Though many may read this as a joke, but in practical, it has…

Oxygen content in Ladakh up by 50 %: Scientists

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Ladakh is located between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the Himalayas in the south at a height of nearly 12,000 feet and has a rarefied atmosphere. 'Oxygen content in the atmosphere has gone up by 50 percent. Wheat cultivation, horticulture and greenhouses are also adding to the oxygen delivery,' W. Selvamurthy, chief controller (R&D) of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said.

Anyone visiting Ladakh for the first time can be left gasping for breath due to low oxygen levels in the high altitude region. But a successful plantation drive has brought about environmental changes - driving up oxygen content by 50 percent and, most unusually, making it rain, say Indian scientists.Ladakh is located between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the Himalayas in the south at a height of nearly 12,000 feet and has a rarefied atmosphere. But scient…