Jammu, February 15: The District Administration Jammu has imposed curfew in this winter capital of the state after violence erupted amid total shutdown as mob torched over a dozen vehicles and damaged many in protest against the Pakistan while around eight persons including cops also suffered injuries.
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.
Jammu, November 8
Thousands of Congress leaders and workers led by PCC Chief Shri G.A. Mir and other senior functionaries and leaders of party including legislators, former Ministers & Legislators took out an impressive rally to observe black day over first anniversary of demonetization in the Country.
NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU: A condolence meeting was held at Directorate of Health Services Jammu under the chairmanship of Deputy Director (HQ) Health Services Jammu, Dr. Gurjeet Singh to condole the demise of Ravi Kant, driver State Health Transport Organization and father of Vikas Puri, Junior Assistant posted at Rehbar-i-Sehat, Directorate of Health Services Jammu.
Jammu, Feb 10 | Minister for Public Works today informed the Legislative Assembly that construction and upgradation work on various important roads in the state is in full swing.
He was responding to a calling attention notice by Vikar Rasool Wani and Abdul Majid Larmi.
Giving details, the minister said the work on 30 KMs Banihal-Mangith road and 9.20 Km Khari-Sharbagni-Shagan road was hindered due to delay in forest clearance and non-acquisition of land. He said now the work is in progress and will be completed very soon subject to favourable weather conditions. He said the work on 6.30 Km Shalgadi to Panchal Road and 8 Km Shalgadi to Pogal road is in progress and is likely to be completed by the end of June this year.
Regarding Hewagan to Dhanmasta Road, the Minister said the work has been delayed due to non-acquisition of land as the land owners challenged the acquisition process in the High Court. He said the completion date of the road has been set as December 2018, but this is contingent on the final judgment of the High Court.
He said work on Ukhral to Bhingara road has been delayed due to non-acquisition of land and awaited forest clearance. He said balance work is under tendering process and the work will be completed in 9 months after the issuances of allotment.
Regarding Uranhall to Dangerpora road in the Himshalibugh constituency, the minister said that 4.5 Kms road is a part of Uranhall-Pazalpora scheme and approved under District Plan. He said 2.00 kms road length was metalled last year and 1.25 km this year. He said work on raising/restoration of 0.25 km is presently in progress while restoration of balance length of 1 km is under consideration during 2018-19, as per available resources.
Regarding Urnhall Boting Shamsipora road, the Minister said 3 Km road has been macadamized this year while balance length of 1.50 km stands completely, restored by way of RBM / Grade-II in stretches and patches.
The Minister said Rs 35 Lakh are required for providing/laying of WBM G-III in full for a length of 3.50 km and construction of cement concrete drains forthe up-gradation of Palnoo-Noonami-Pandithpora road, while Rs 1.1 crore are also required for its macadamization. He said the work is under consideration and may be taken up during 2018-19 subject to availability of funds.
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Security forces checking a passenger vehicle at Sonwar following the deadliest Pulwama attack on force men yesterday intensified frisking and search of vehicles at various places in Srinagar on Friday.
ecurity forces checking a passenger vehicle at Moulana Azad Road following the deadliest Pulwama attack on force men yesterday intensified frisking and search of vehicles at various places in Srinagar on Friday.