Srinagar, March 30: With an aim to aim to provide fast and accurate information on Covid-19 in J&K, three Kashmir students have developed the website.Haider Ali Punjabi who is under graduate student of IMCA at Cluster University, Srinagar, Vikas Bukhari, B.Tech CSE Student at Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajouri and Mudasir Ali who is the freelance web designer have made a Covid-19 Tracker Website covidkashmir.org.As per the developers, the Covid-19 tracker website would act as database of Covid-19 in the region. It has been optimized for 2G speed but also provide a small (<1kb) version (lite.covidkashmir.org).“There is lot of misinformation and fake news regarding the number of coronavirus infected patients. We are trying our best to get right information,” group said.They said in future, they would be releasing apps for mobiles as well. (JKNS)
SRINAGAR, JUNE 16: Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has extended the last date of submitting of application forms for the post of Chairperson.As per an official hand out the last date of submitting of application form has been extended to 30 June 2020.
ANANTNAG, JUNE 05:As a significant step to boost the medical oxygen supply in the district, the Deputy Commissioner Anantnag, Dr. Piyush Singla on Friday handed over Sixty (60) filled bulk medical oxygen cylinders to CMO at DC office here. The fresh supply will further augment the oxygen facilities at Trauma hospital Bijbehara and other health […]
ANANTNAG, FEBRUARY 09: The District Development Commissioner (DDC) Anantnag, Anshul Garg today convened a meeting here to review the progress of works approved under Pradhan Mantri Khanji Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) in the district. The meeting was informed that 59 works with a total cost of more than Rs 3 crore were approved in the […]