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Advisor Khan visits health institutions, Quarantine centres in Ramban, reviews status of essential services
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Advisor Khan visits health institutions, Quarantine centres in Ramban, reviews status of essential services

RAMBAN, APRIL 24:  Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Farooq Khan, today inspected Health Institutions and Quarantine Centres in Ramban district besides interacting with the PRIs and other public representatives during his extensive tour of the district.He also chaired a meeting to review the arrangements being made by the district administration to prevent the pandemic besides assessing working of health department and other essential services in the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic situation.Deputy Commissioner, Nazim Zai Khan, SSP,  Haseeb-ur- Rahman, ADDC, Nawab Din, SSP, Traffic, JS Johar, ADC, Ashok Sharma and various officers of  Police, Health and other allied departments were present in the meeting.Advisor Khan also interacted with the doctors and other paramedical staff to assess their...
Ramadan: 50000 food kits prepared for distribution among impoverished families in Srinagar
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Ramadan: 50000 food kits prepared for distribution among impoverished families in Srinagar

Special support in view of prevailing situation with restrictions in place due to COVID-19 outbreak: DC Srinagar SRINAGAR, APRIL 24: The Srinagar administration has prepared a massive 50 thousand food kits for distribution amongst impoverished families in the district.The distribution of free food kits amongst the said families is being made to support them during the month of Ramadan in view of the prevailing situation due to COVID-19 outbreak. Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary who is also the Chairman District Disaster Management Authority Srinagar visited the site where these kits were prepared to inspect their preparation.Each of these 50 thousand kits include multiple items of food ranging from rice to wheat to edible oil to tea to spices. Each kit has 5 kilogr...
Navin reviews finalization of CAPEX Budget 2020-21 for Horticulture Deptt
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Navin reviews finalization of CAPEX Budget 2020-21 for Horticulture Deptt

Asks for adopting multi-cropping system in potential areas to enhance production, productivity in J&K JAMMU, APRIL 24: Principal Secretary, Horticulture, Animal and Sheep Husbandry, Navin Kumar Choudhary, convened a meeting regarding finalization of plan under CAPEX budget for the year 2020-21 of Horticulture Department.Principal Secretary exhorted upon the officers to lay special focus on formulation of development oriented schemes for farming community under CAPEX budget.Director, Horticulture Department Jammu, Ram Sevak; Director, Horticulture, Planning and Marketing (J&K), Imam Din; Director Finance (Agriculture Production) Department Imtiyaz Ahmad Wani besides senior officers of concerned departments were present in the meeting.Director, Horticulture Kashmir, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat; Manag...
Frontline workers are unsung heroes, should be appreciated, respected: Commissioner SMC
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Frontline workers are unsung heroes, should be appreciated, respected: Commissioner SMC

SMC celebrates Frontline Workers Day to boost morale of ground level workers SRINAGAR, APRIL 24: In a bid to boost the morale of frontline workers, Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) celebrated Frontline Workers Day, here today. The day was celebrated by felicitating the Safai Karamcharis with garlands and by distributing sweets among them. The felicitation ceremonies were held in all wards of SMC.Appreciating the efforts of frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Commissioner SMC, Gazanfar Ali called the frontline workers unsung heroes and said their work needs appreciation and respect.He said that the Frontline Workers Day will be a regular feature from now on, and will be celebrated every year.
Atal Dullo reviews working of 102/108 Ambulance Service in J&K
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Atal Dullo reviews working of 102/108 Ambulance Service in J&K

JAMMU, APRIL 24: Financial Commissioner (FC), Health & Medical Education, Atal Dulloo today convened a meeting at Civil Secretariat Jammu to review the working of 102/108 Ambulance Service in Jammu and Kashmir.Terming the ambulance service as a boon for the society, the FC said this service saves precious lives by providing timely medical care to people particularly residing in far flung and difficult areas of Jammu and Kashmir.While expressing his satisfaction over the working of 108 Ambulance Service, he stressed on the need to further improve the working of 102 ambulance service so that the eligible beneficiaries under Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) avail the benefits of this service in a hassle free manner.He also issued directions to Chief Medical Officers and SHTOs in Kashmi...