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Farzan Mohi Ud Din’s Breeze Tissue factory creates employment opportunities for youth PAMPORE: Farzan Mohi Ud Din, a Class 12 student from Drangbal Pampore, has taken a commendable step towards entrepreneurship by establishing a tissue factory named Breeze Tissue. This initiative not only marks the first tissue manufacturing unit in Pampore Tehsil but (…)




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SRINAGAR: Secretary, Department of Health and Medical Education (H&ME), Dr. Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, on Wednesday chaired a meeting at the Civil Secretariat here to review the progress of implementation of projects approved under PM-ABHIM and ECRP-II across Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting was attended by, among others, the mission director, NHM, principals of all GMCs, CMOs, senior (…)




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PAMPORE: In a decisive move against the sand mafia, the Pampore police conducted a major operation on Wednesday, which led to the arrest of five persons and the seizure of three vehicles involved in illegal sand mining and damaging the Jhelum river. The raid took place in Patalbagh Pampore area of ​​Awantipora police district. The police (…)




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SRINAGAR: The Indian Army proudly announces the successful completion of a motorcycle expedition marking the RajatJayanti of Kargil Vijay Diwas. This expedition served as a prelude to the RajatJayanti Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations, honoring the valor of our brave soldiers. The expedition aimed to pay tribute to Veer Naris, Kargil Awardees and Veterans, and (…)




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BUDGAM: Secretary Youth Services & Sports (YSS), Sarmad Hafeez on Wednesday visited Chadoora, Budgam and conducted a Public Darbar under the ambitious public grievance outreach program of the government. The public delegations from Chadoora, BKPora, Lolipora, Sogam, Nagam, Gowherpora, Wathoora, Batpora and other areas and blocks participated in the camp and projected their (…)




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PAMPORE: As part of a public outreach program and to take a first-hand assessment of public issues at their doorsteps, Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Pulwama Showkat Ahmad on Wednesday conducted a Block Diwas outreach program at Townhall Khrew area of ​​Pampore Tehsil in Pulwama – the district. He listened to various questions (…)




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GANDERBAL: Department of Economics, Central University of Kashmir (CUKashmir) in association with District Statistics and Evaluation Office (DSEO) Ganderbal, Chief Agriculture Office Ganderbal & Floriculture Development Office organized a one day field activity on Tuesday. The activity was conducted under the theme “Holistic Agriculture Development Program (HADP) and Self-Employment in J & K”. In addition to the faculty, (…)




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JAMMU: Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu (SKUAST-J) on Wednesday organized the Industry-Academia Meet here under the World Bank-ICAR-funded National Agricultural Higher Education Project -Institute Development Project (NAHEP-IDP). The main objective of the meeting was to explore, identify and integrate industrial training with academic learning. In addition, it will also help to promote (…)




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SRINAGAR: Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) hosted a special Grand Round session, focusing on the all-important topic of ‘Efficiency of Emergency Services: The need of the hour.’ The special Grand Round, chaired by Prof. M Ashraf Ganie, Director SKIMS and Prof. Shariq R. Masoodi, Dean Faculty of Medicine, SKIMS, brought together the entire SKIMS community including (…)




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SRINAGAR: After Srinagar’s prestigious recognition as World Craft City, Director Handicrafts and Handloom Kashmir convened an important meeting in the office conference hall. The participants in the meeting included prominent dealers and showroom owners from the Srinagar-Narbal-Tangmarg-Gulmarg tourism corridor. Stakeholders were urged to avoid irregularities and mislabeling of handmade products, specifically warned against (…)




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