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Internet ban in valley will impact economy and students: Tarigami

Urges upon Govt to lift ban on internet services in valley Srinagar, Apr 27 (KNS): While reacting to internet shutdown in valley, senior CPI (M) leader and MLA Kulgam Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami today said that the move would seriously affect the economy of the state and careers of youth. “Banning internet in an era when most of the economy and ... Read More »

JK Bank Retail Credit and Digital Business Promotion Campaign concludes

Commissioner Secretary Finance announces winners through lucky draw Jammu, Apr 18 (KNS): The two days campaign launched by J&K Bank for promotion of Bank’s digital products and to provide hassle free retail credit products like Car Loan, Home Loan, Cash Credit & Personal Loans to the employees of the Civil secretariat concluded today by declaration of winners of the lucky ... Read More »

First ever Photo fest by Kashmirscape in Kashmir

SRINAGAR | APR 16 (PTK): Team KashmirScape, a photography group,  organized a photo walk at Tulip Garden Srinagar in collaboration with Kashmir Kit and Ingenious koshur, where the participants from all around the valley participated in the event. The aim of the event was to provide a chance to the beginners as well as professionals to present themselves in the world ... Read More »

Tulip Garden opens for public today

Srinagar, March 31, CNS: One of the major tourist attractions of Kashmir Valley and Asia’s largest Tulip Gardent will be thrown open for public on Saturday (April 1st). Spread over 600 Kanals (38 acres) of land, as many as 5 lakh tulips are in full bloom in the Tulip garden,” Director Floriculture Muhammad Hussain Mir told CNS adding that season ... Read More »

Contractors’ lockdown CE R&B office

Demand release of Rs 263 crore pending payment Srinagar, Mar 30 (KNS): The contractors who had worked for the Roads and Building (R&B) department, Thursday staged protest against the authorities for ‘failing o release their payment’. The agitating contractors also locked down the Chief Engineer R&B’s office to mark a protest against ‘nonpayment of pending bills worth Rs 263 crores. ... Read More »

Cooperative movement offers bright future for youth: Chering Dorjey

 Minister attends awareness camp at Sunderbani JAMMU, MARCH 29: Continuing its efforts to reach out to the unemployed educated youth to aware them about various profitable schemes in the Cooperative Sector, the Department of Cooperative organized a youth awareness camp at Sunderbani in Rajouri district today. A large number of people especially the unemployed youth of the area attended the ... Read More »

LS Bye-elections: Anantnag telecom operators asked to ensure connectivity

ANANTNAG, MARCH 24:   To ensure proper communication facilities in the Anantnag district for the forthcoming parliamentary by-polls for Anantnag constituency a meeting with the local telecom operators was held here today in DC Office Anantnag. It was given out that only one polling station at Aru, Pahalgam, falls in shadow zone and the telecom operators were directed to make necessary ... Read More »

Govt taking measures to minimize fruits spoilage in Poonch: Bukhari

Asks officials to furnish detailed loss memo within week JAMMU, MARCH 24: Expressing deep concern over spoilage of fruit crops in Pooch district, Minister for Horticulture, Syed Basharat Ahmed Bukhari today said the Government is taking innovative measures to minimize the damage in the district. The Minister in this regard has issued orders, directing horticulture officials to undertake extensive measures ... Read More »

Govt taking measures to boost fish production in JK: Kohli

  1037 Carp units, 513 Trout units established in 2 years JAMMU, MARCH 21:  Minister for Animal, Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries, Abdul Gani Kohli today said the government is in process of giving boost to the fish production in the state to uplift the rural economy besides creating job avenues for the unemployed youth. Minister said this while inaugurating Kissan Mela ... Read More »

Fish production in Budgam touches 6000 Qtls

Rs 80 lakh model trout farm Nowhar to be completed this year           BUDGAM, MARCH 18: Budgam District has become self sufficient in producing Trout fingerlings. The Trout Hatchery farm at Khag, has a capacity to produce 1.50 lakh fingerlings annually. This was revealed at a function organized to mark the beginning of fish farmer’s exposure visit, which was flagged off by ... Read More »