Responding to an SOS call by villagers from Arambagh village, with complaints of breathing problems, due to burning of garbage, a quick Medical camp was organized by 118 BN,(Srinagar Sector, CRPF). Team of doctors of 118 Bn rushed to the spot and attended to the needy patients. Later, a team of Doctors from Civil hospital also joined in. A quick medical assistance in response to an SOS call, turned out to be a full fledged medical camp drew very good response from locals even amid rains. The initiative was received well and lauded by the locals. On the occasion, Dr Nargis , Dr. Iffat, Medical Officers, CHC Kheer Bhawani and Dr Rohit , Dr Manoj of 118 Bn, provided consultation and medicines to around 50 needy patients at Village Arambagh, Dist. Ganderbal. The event was attended Dr Satyaveer Verma, Commandant, 118 BN CRPF and officials of the Ganderbal block.
Project to empower youth for conservation of pristine ecosystem: Dr Shahid SRINAGAR, AUGUST 30: Mission Youth, J&K is starting community engagement and stakeholders consultations for establishment of “J&K Plastic Bank” aimed at eliminating plastic footprint at picturesque tourist destinations by involving local youth and empowering them to create sustainable environment free of plastic. The project […]
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Sunday said the supply of non-essential goods by e-commerce companies will remain prohibited during the national lockdownNew Delhi, April 19: Throwing a spanner in the works of smartphone and other gadget makers who were planning to relaunch sales after April 20, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on […]
BUDGAM, JUNE 19: Justice Sindhu Sharma, Judge High Court of Union Territory of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, who is also Administrative Judge of District Budgam, today inspected Court Complexes at Chrar-e- Sharief and Chadoora. Justice Sindhu was welcomed by Muhammad Ashraf Malik (Pr. Distt & Sessions Judge) Budgam, On the occasion, Justice Sindhu took note […]