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No rent from workers, migrants in Poonch, employers asked to release salaries

No rent from workers, migrants in Poonch, employers asked to release salaries

Poonch, Mar 29: District Magistrate Poonch on Sunday issued fresh orders for landlords and employers of workers and migrant laborers. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), an order issued by the District Magistrate Poonch Rahul Yadav asked all Tehsildars to provide temporary shelters and provision of food for the poor…

Fire breaks out in Khiram Wildlife Block

Fire breaks out in Khiram Wildlife Block

Umaisar Gull  Anantnag, Mar 29: Mysterious fire broke out in Wildlife Block Khiram, Sirhama area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Sunday evening. Official sources told wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), that Dudoo Beat Forest area in Khiram Sirhama caught fire on Sunday evening. “Fire and emergency department has rushed…

Covid19: 27 family members of 3 Budgam patients quarantined at Srinagar, Budgam

Covid19: 27 family members of 3 Budgam patients quarantined at Srinagar, Budgam

Budgam, Mar 29: Families of all three positive COVID-19 patients who belong to three different localities of Budgam district were put under quarantine at different hospitals in Srinagar and Budgam districts on Sunday. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), 27 family members including relatives of three positive COVID-19 patients were…

No soldier has tested positive for Covid-19: Army

No soldier has tested positive for Covid-19: Army

Samples of a soldier were sent for testing, reports came as negative: Def Spokesman Srinagar, March 29: The army on Sunday strongly refuted the news reports that a Territorial army soldier was tested positive stating that the news was factually incorrect as the fact was “samples of soldier were taken…

Man found hanging on a tree branch in Rajouri village

Man found hanging on a tree branch in Rajouri village

Rajouri, March 29: A man was found hanging on a tree branch in Kangri Beri Pattan village of Sunderbani in Rajouri district of Jammu on Sunday after which police have started investigation into the matter. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), deceased has been identified as Vinod Kumar son of…

Concealing travel history is criminal: Govt

Concealing travel history is criminal: Govt

Kansal says those hiding travel history put entire society at risk Srinagar,  Mar 29: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Sunday said that concealing travel history is a crime, saying that those hiding travel history are putting the entire society at risk. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), government spokesman,…

Amid COVID-19 scare, Indo-Pak armies exchange fire along LoC

Amid COVID-19 scare, Indo-Pak armies exchange fire along LoC

Poonch, Mar 29: Amid prevailing scare over Coronavirus pandemic in entire country, the India and Pakistan armies deployed along Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), officials said that the armies exchanged gunfire on Sunday with intermittent firing. The firing was going on…

Covid-19: Kashmir’s second victim laid to rest at Tangmarg village

Covid-19: Kashmir’s second victim laid to rest at Tangmarg village

Only five people attended funeral of deceased, protocol followed for burial Sopore, March 29: Only five people attend the last rites of Covid-19 first victim in Sulanda Village of Tangmarg north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Sunday. According to wire service—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the deceased was the second death case of…

NGEWA SKIMS, Soura employees donate one day salary for treatment of Covid-19 patients

NGEWA SKIMS, Soura employees donate one day salary for treatment of Covid-19 patients

Srinagar, March 29: Non-Gazetted Employees Welfare Association of SKIMS, Soura comprising more than 5000 employees, on Sunday decided to donate their one day salary for the treatment of Covid-19 affected patients of Kashmir. The employees have conveyed their decision to the Director SKIMS, Soura Dr G A Ahanger. “We have…

Stuck in Kashmir amid lockdown, 24 labourers reach Poonch after walking 100 kms by foot

Stuck in Kashmir amid lockdown, 24 labourers reach Poonch after walking 100 kms by foot

Rajouri, Mar 29: In a surprising incident, at least twenty four laborers hailing from Rajouri district walked over a hundred kilometers in snow packed mountains and reached Poonch’s Surankote  area from Kashmir where they had remained stuck due to lockdown and restrictions over COVID-19 pandemic. Official sources told wire service–Kashmir News…

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