Jammu: 20 Apr : Lt Gen Ranbir Singh, Army Commander, Northern Command, accompanied by the White Knight Corps Commander, Lt Gen Paramjit Singh visited hinterland bases and posts in Kishtwar Sector to review the operational preparedness and the prevalent security situation
Jammu, December 20:
Sunil Dimple took out strong warning, protest rally on janipur high court road, today against the NGT anti Amarnath yatra, vaisho devi yatra restrictions, non declaration of the state holiday on the birth anniversary of the Mahraja Hari singh ji in the 2018 calendar, for the grant of the “minority status” to the hindus of the state, against the release of the stone palters attacks on security forces police stations.
The rally was also against the 25 BJP MLAs, MLCs, MPs, the coalition BJP-PDP Govt to control the militancy and Kashmir is burning.
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Srinagar, December 1
Chilly weather conditions have further intensifies due to open skies in Ladakh region and Kashmir valley, where world famous health resort of Pahalgam recorded the coldest night of the season at minus 5.1 degree.
A Met department spokesperson told UNI that weather will remain dry during the next 48 hours in the state, which could result in further dip in the night temperature. However, the day temperature will remain above normal due to clear sky.
However, he said a fresh Western Disturbance (WD), which originating in Arabian sea, is expected to hit the region on December 3, which could result in rain and snow at isolated places of three subsequent days.
Leh in Ladakh was the coldest place in the region after mercury further dipped about 2 degree from yesterday and settled at minus 11.3 degree followed by border town of Kargil at minus 7.4 degree.
He said skies will be partly cloudy during the next 24 hours in Leh, where maximum and minimum temperatures will be around 6 degree and minus 10 degree, respectively.
Pahalgam, which is about 100 km from here in south Kashmir, witnessed the coldest night of the season so far after mercury dropped a degree from yesterday and settled at minus 5.1 degree, 3 degree below normal. The health resort was the coldest place in the valley.
After witnessing a dip in the night temperature, people woke up to a sunny morning in the summer capital, Srinagar, though chill continued due to ice cold winds. Against minus 1.7 degree yesterday, the night temperature in Srinagar was minus 2.9 degree, which is about 3 notches below normal.
He said skies will be partly cloudy with haze during the next 24 hours in Leh, where maximum and minimum temperatures will be around 12 degree and minus 2 degree, respectively.
The mercury at world famous ski resort of Gulmarg, about 55 km from here in north Kashmir, dipped a degree from yesterday and settled at minus 3.4 degree, slightly below normal.
Another tourist resort of Kukernag was the only place in the region which recorded an improvement in the night temperature after the mercury surged and settled above sub zero. Against minus 1.5 degree recorded yesterday, the night temperature at Kukernag was 0.5 degree.
The night temperatures at Qazigund, gateway to the valley, and Kupwara in north Kashmir also dipped and settled at minus 2.4 degree, respectively.
Srinagar,April 26 :
As part of its endeavor to promote startups in J&K, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organized the first Start Up Clinic at Islamic University of Science and Technology.
The startup clinic on exploring new opportunities was conducted by Mr Iqram Shafiee, Co-Chairman CII panel on Skills and Entrepreneurship and Managing Director Shafiee Healthcare. Session gave insights to students on how to think about new business opportunities and possibilities and the requirements while starting a new business with practicalities.
Mr Shafiee spoke about the requirements of using professional approach to become a successful entrepreneur. He shared his personal journey of overcoming hurdles of external environment in business in Kashmir.
The session saw enthusiastic participation from students with interactive Q&A session.
He also offered students complete support from CII to facilitate their smooth transition in Entrepreneurship.
He informed students that “CII Start Up Clinic “ is a campaign and will continue with different students in different colleges and the aim is to nurture some new businesses from J&K.
Also present were Dr Parvez Mir, In charge Entrepreneurship Development Cell, IUST and Mr Khurshid Dar, Head CII Kashmir Zone.
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