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Avalanche warning issued
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Mar 29: The authorities today issued an avalanche warning for various areas of Kashmir. An official spokesman said an avalanche warning exists for next 24 hours from March 29 to March 30, in the avalanche prone areas of Kulgam, Pulwama, Baramulla, Kupwara, Bandipora, Ganderbal and Kargil districts. He added that “Deputy Commissioner Kulgam, Pulwama, Baramulla, Kupwara, Bandipora, Ganderbal and Kargil districts are requested to advise people not to venture in avalanche prone areas during above mentioned period.” During heavy snowfall, it advised people not to occupy and temporarily evacuate those locations which are under fall line of avalanches. “The concerned Deputy Commissioners are asked to take all precautionary measures so as to avert any untoward incident,” he said....
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Schools up to 8th class closed for 2 days
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Mar 29: All schools up to 8th class were closed for two days in view of incessant rains situation. “Schools in Valley shall remain closed on March 30 and 31 due to bad weather conditions,” director school education, Showkat Ahmad Beigh said....
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Student killed in road accident
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Mar 27: A 15-year-old boy died in a road accident at Lawaypora near HMT in the outskirts of Srinagar city this morning. The deceased was identified as Hatim Latif Zargar, a class 9 student . Reports said the mishap occurred when a vehicle Hatim was driving collided with a speedy truck The deceased along with his friend Momin Ahmed Pandit was on way towards his residence Umarabad Zainakot in his vehicle (JK0AS-391) when the speedy truck (JK13C-5411) rammed the vehicle causing the death of the boy on the spot. His friend Momin Pandit suffered critical injuries and was rushed to nearby hospital. The truck driver whom police identifed as Fayaz Ahmed Dagoo of Kakapora Pulwamma was arrested soon after the accident. “A case vide FIR number 66/2015 has been registered and the ...
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Spring bloom: Sapling sales pick up in valley
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, Mar 24: With spring almost knocking at the doors in valley the sale of saplings has started picking up these days. Pertinently with the onset of spring season Kashmir witnesses the blooming phase as flowering of plants mostly takes place with the onset of this season. The sale of seasonal plants is fetching the people associated with this trade a good business these days. At the same time the customers can be seen flocking the vendors to buy the saplings of different choices and varieties. The officials at department of floriculture said that March is the ideal season for the flowering of plants. They said off late the sale of plants has flourished into a descent business with people across the valley preferring to decorate their houses and lawns with plants of different varie...
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Singh’s job to attend diplomatic events: Omar
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Mar 23: National Conference (NC) working president Omar Abdullah today ridiculed the reports that minister of state for external affairs Gen (rtd) VK Singh may not attend a function at Pakistan high commission in New Delhi. “How ridiculous to expect that Gen VK Singh would not attend the Pak National Day event. It's his job as MOS EA to attend diplomatic events,” Omar wrote on Twitter. He added that, “Modi Govt is also more realistic regarding Pak-APHC equation. The calling off of the dialogue after the earlier tea was a bad knee jerk.”...
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PIL seeking control over Swine Flu
HC directs implementation of expert panel recommendations
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SRINAGAR, Mar 23: The High Court has asked the state government and the governing body of Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) to take effective steps for implementation of the recommendations put forth by the high level committee on control of Swine Flu in the state. A division bench of the High Court comprising of Justices M H Attar and Justice A M Magrey also included Dr Shazia Wafaie Regional Director Family Welfare Government of India in the high level committee constituted by the Court itself on spread of Swine Flu. Meanwhile, the court asked all the parties in the matter to file status report on implementation of recommendations put forth by the expert committee. On March 18, the High Court had asked the state and central governments to implement the recommendati...
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Swine flu cases show a decline in valley
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, Mar 23: The cases of H1N1 influenza also called swine flu or tamiflu are showing a decline in valley. Nevertheless the disease threat continues to loom over the state but the health experts revealed that the number of patients with suspected H1N1 infections was witnessing a significant decrease. They said there was more than 60 percent dip in cases regarding swine flu in recent days. Doctors in valley said the number of H1N1 cases had decreased which indeed has fetched the locals and health experts a slight breather from the deadly scare. “As compared to the situation we were coping with few months back swine flu cases have plunged up to around 60 percent. I can say that the situation is under control to a great extent. However people should remain cautious and maintain rout...
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Protest against power shortage at Pandich
SYED YASIR
SRINAGAR, Mar 23: Police resorted to lathi-charge and burst smoke shells on protestors to clear Srinagar-Ganderbal road for vehicular movement in Pandich (Nagbal) area of Ganderbal when they were protesting against the non availability of electricity in the area Reports said that people took to the streets this morning and blocked the road against non-availability of electricity in the area. A large deployment of police including women cops reached the spot to maintain law and order and to restore the traffic. The police asked the protesters to open the road. The protesters ignored their plea and were continuously shouting slogans against the PDD officials. The police swung into action and resorted to lathicharge and burst smoke shells to clear the road. The protesters tried to show...
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