BUDGAM, APRIL 07: Deputy Commissioner Budgam, Tariq Husain Ganai today distributed food kits among the needy at Spring Buds School Ompora, Budgam. The food kits distribution was organized by Spring Buds Education Trust in collaboration with District Administration Budgam. About 200 needy families were provided with different food items including, rice, ata, cooking oil and spices. The DC Budgam, on the occasion, said that all efforts are on to reach out to all needy families so that they don’t suffer during the lockdown period. Among others various designated Covid-19 Nodal Officers including Mohammad Ashraf Shiekh, Reyaz Ahmad Shah, District Food Officer, Yamin Nabi, Chairman Spring Buds Esucation Trust, Mohammad Shafi Qureshi were present on the occasion. The distribution was held under the proper social distancing etiquettes maintained to avoid person to person contact on the occasion. Meanwhile, locals appreciated the efforts of District Administration Budgam and Spring Buds Trust for reaching out to them during the current crisis, caused due to COVID-19 pandemic.
New Delhi: The Telangana government has announced the reopening of all educational institutions in the state including Anganwadi centres from September 1. According to reports, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has announced that the schools, colleges, and all institutions will reopen in the state from September 1 and directed the officials to ensure cleaning […]
SRINAGAR, AUGUST 22: In order to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, a group of local women today visited CRPF camp of 144 Battalion at Boulevard here and tied rakhis on the wrists of the officers and soldiers who are posted away from their homes. On the occasion, the women exchanged sweets with the soldiers while the Jawans exchanged gifts with these women. Speaking on the occasion, Ajay Verma, second in command (2IC) of 144 BN, said that Raksha Bandhan is a festival to celebrate the bond between a brother and sister where brother takes the pledge to protect his sister. He added that as the soldiers remain away from their homes so the local women today visited our Battalion and tied rakhis on soldiers’ wrists who reciprocated by giving away gifts to them. He also expressed gratitude to the women who visited here and tied rakhis on their wrists and said that they feel honored by the gesture and affection. The event was organized by CRPF 144 BN in collaboration with Jammu & Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages.
DODA, AUGUST 22: The Rashtriya Rifles located at Bhadarwah under the aegis of Counter Insurgency Force (Delta) organised Raksha Bandhan celebration at Bhaderwah (Sarna) included villages Bhalla and Gundoh today. Raksha Bandhan festival of love and bond between brothers and sisters was celebrated as love and brotherhood between the soldier on duty and local school […]
Poonch, Oct 23: Authorities here on Saturday afternoon rescued 12 persons, who were stuck near Pir Ki Gali on Mughal road, which has been closed by the authorities in wake of the snowfall. Those who were rescued include shopkeepers and workers of a shrine, located at Pir Ki Gali, officials told the news agency. Officials […]