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CM chairs 8th meeting of Pahalgam Development Authority
Tulips to bloom at Pahalgam, zoo being expanded Mehbooba directs strict Master Plan compliance,
Srinagar, May 22, (Scoop News)- Tulips are set to bloom at the tourist resort of Pahalgam even as the mini zoo there is also being expanded and the Institute of Hotel Management is setting up a branch there as well. This was decided in a meeting of Pahalgam Development Authority held here with Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti in chair. The meeting was informed that the Department of Floriculture has started raising Tulip bulbs on experimental basis at the world famous resort which hopefully are expected to bloom in coming days. Also a rose garden with around 200 varieties has come up in th...

Army pays tribute to three soldiers martyred in LoC attack
CM pays tributes to 3 slain soldiers
Srinagar, May 22, (Scoop News)- The Army today paid homage to three of its gallant soldiers who embraced martyrdom in a major counter infiltration operation launched over two days on 20-21 May 2017 along the Line of Control (LoC) in Naugam sector in North Kashmir during which four heavily armed terrorists were eliminated. Joined by top officials from Civil Administration and other Security Forces operating in the Valley, the Chinar Corps Commander Lt Gen JS Sandhu paid rich tributes to Havaldar Giris Gurung, Havaldar Damar Bahadur Pun and Rifleman Rabin Sharma in a solemn c...

Indian leaders betrayed Jammu but Jammu will not betray India: JFI
Kashmir Jihad has to be defeated: Panelists
Jammu, May 21, (Scoop News)-Jammu for India held a seminar on the topic Betrayal of Jammu here today. The situation in the state was discussed threadbare during the seminar. Panelists were of the unanimous opinion that Indian political class over the years weakened Hindus and nationalists forces in the state in order to appease the Muslim communal separatists class. This reality has created a situation when Jammu is under assault from all sides particularly facing a demographic invasion which has to be stopped forthwith. The panelists unanimously said that Kashmir Jihad has to be defeated t...

Chief Secretary chairs 97th FAC meeting, Several proposals cleared
Srinagar, May 20, (Scoop News)- The Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) headed by Chief Secretary, B B Vyas Saturday in its 97th meeting held at the Civil Secretariat here cleared fifteen proposals of urgent developmental and public importance. Financial Commissioner Revenue, Mr Lokesh Dutt Jha, Commissioner/Secretary, Forest, Ecology & Environment, Mohammad Afzal Bhat, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (HoFF), J&K, Mr A K Singh, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife), J&K, Mr Suresh Chug Environmentalists, Dr S P Singh Dutta and Dr G A Bhat, Member Secretary and Chief Conservator of Forests, Mr Abdul Gani and other senior officers were present in the meeting. Wh...

Chief Secretary reviews arrangements of Amarnathji Yatra -2017
Srinagar, May 20, (Scoop News)- B.B. Vyas, Chief Secretary, J&K today chaired a meeting to review the arrangements being made for forthcoming Yatra which is scheduled to commence on 29th June 2017 simultaneously from both Baltal and Chandanwari route. The meeting was attended by Dr. S.P Vaid, Director General of Police, J&K; Shri Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer, Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board; Dr. A.K Singh, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest; Mr. Dheeraj Gupta, Commissioner/ Secretary, Power Development Department, Dr. Pawan Kotwal, Commissioner/ Secretary, Health and Medical Education Department; Dr. Mandeep Bhandari, Divisional Commissioner, Jammu; Shri Baseer Ahmed Khan, Divi...

320 teams across Valley participate in cricket tourney
CM visits final match venue, encourages players
Srinagar, May 20, (Scoop News)- The junior cricket championship organized by State Sports Council concluded today with the final match being played between Sumbal and Zainapora, Shopian teams. Conducted for the first time by the Sports Council in collaboration with DPS, 320 teams representing 4800 players across Kashmir Valley participated in the tournament in which 319 matches were played. Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti visited the venue of the final match today and watched the game for some time. She met the players and encouraged them to play in a sportsmanship spirit. ...

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