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GERIATRIC DEPRESSION,DEATH-ANXIETY AND SUICIDE

Geriaterics need to be given tenable cushions and healthcare facilities so that they may not feel let down and despondent at the end of the day

Geriatric depression is a term used to define mental & emotional disorder affecting older adults.Feeling of sadness and occasional ‘’Blue”moods are normal.We all feel sad &disappointed but a perpetual depression is not considered a part of normal ageing process.It may be a sign of a mental disorder that effects us during old-age and may remain undiagnosed as the family members consider this as a behavioural symptom of getting old. However this must not be neglected as the symptoms may deteriorate rapidly and may cause severe depression and anxiety.This condition may lead to death _ anxiety.Ouer body,including  brain, the master organ , degenerates as we grow old.According to medical research , ageing occurs due to the oxidative damage to the mitochondria, cell-death, u-v radiation, pollution etc.Ageing is among the greatest known risk…

Hizb condemns Jammu blast, blames Indian agencies

Srinagar: Militant outfit,  Hizb-ul-Mujahideen  on Thursday condemned the blast in Jammu that left one person dead and over two dozen people injured.

In a tele-statement , Hizb Operational Spokesman Burhan-u-Din said that Hizb Chief Syed Salahudin, Deputy Chief Saifullah Khalid and field Operational Commander Mohammad Bin Qasim have condemned the Jammu blast.

The blast occurred today morning at Jammu near Bus stand.
Burhan-u-Din blamed Indian agencies for today’s attack in Jammu, saying that “they (Indian agencies) are defaming the sacred freedom struggle in Kashmir by resorting to such kind of actions on innocent people”. (KNS)

JRL calls for protests on Friday against JeI ban, Article 35A assault

In a statement, the JRL termed the ban on JeI, arrest of hundreds of its leaders and cadres, assault on the state’s hereditary state subject law, fresh spree of raids by NIA and ED as authoritarian decisions.
They said the aim of these moves was to weaken the people’s movement and to intimidate leadership and people of Kashmir into submission to give up striving for the resolution of the Kashmir dispute.  JRL comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik in a joint statement today said that people and leadership are engaged in a political and human struggle for Kashmir resolution as per the internationally accepted and democratic principle of self-determination.  “Authoritarianism is no solution to issues and will not yield the results that GOI wants as has been proved in the last three decades. Talks and dialogue (sic) is the most peaceful and democratic manner to address issues and bring peace in the subcontinent,” they said.  They urged the Imams and Khateebs to hi…

Madrasas promote humanism, social values: National Conference

Srinagar, Mar 06 : Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Wednesday rejected the statement of BJP functionary Kavindar Gupta on Madrassas as sheer idiocy and mental frustration saying that the statement reveals how much revulsion the saffron party and its cadre has for Muslims.
 Chief spokesperson Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi said the statement of the former speaker is insightful of his ignorance and malice against Muslims. “The statement is coming from a person who is affiliated with RSS, an extremist rightwing organization that didn’t play any role in the independence movement of the country; on the contrary it showed revulsion for the movement. The person who killed Mahatma Gandhi had links with the RSS and its affiliated parties. Pertinent to mention here that RSS was also banned following the killing of Mahatma Gandhi,” he said.

Ruhullah said that the allegation is coming from a person who is affiliated with an ideology that didn’t accept tricolor. “Muslims do not require certifica…

Forces launch CASO in Bandipora village

KASHMIR 24X7:Government forces on Wednesday evening launched a cordon and search operation in New Colony Sumlar village of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district. 
Reports said that a joint team of army’s 14 RR, SOG of Jammu Kashmir Police and CRPF cordoned off the New Colony Sumlar village.    They said the CASO was launched in the village following inputs about the presence of militants.    Sources said that large numbers of forces have been deployed in the area and door to door search operation is going on.    More details are awaited.

Forces launch search operation in Shopian

Kulgam, March 05  : Government forces on Tuesday morning launched cordon and search operation Narwaw village of Memandar area in south kashmir’s Shopian district. Official sources told KNO that joint team of forces including 34 RR launched search operation in the area after receiving specific inputs about the presence of militants. Local sources told KNO that all entry and exit points have been sealed and door to door search operation is going on. (KNO)

Kashmir will have to be eventually resolved by peaceful means: Mirwaiz

Srinagar, March 4: Soon after his release from the house arrest, Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman and AAC patron Mirwaiz Umar Farooq convened an emergency meeting at Mirwaiz Manzil Rajouri Kadal over the prevailing situation where youth and the AAC activists greeted Mirwaz amid pro-freedom and pro-Islam slogans.

Addressing the gathering Mirwaiz expressed his grave concern over the current situation when India and Pakistan are engaged in an eyeball to eyeball conflict and the region is in great danger of destruction. Mirwaiz said that he has repeatedly said that war is no solution to the problems between India and Pakistan especially for the resolution of Kashmir dispute and its precarious offshoots.

Mirwaiz said Kashmir dispute will have to be eventually resolved by peaceful means. He said while the region is facing threat of further escalation in the meantime efforts and ploys are being employed by New Delhi to undermine the dispute and muzzle all voices by extremely coercive measur…

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