Tomato prices still ruling high at Rs 60-75 per kg


New Delhi, July 10: Tomato prices are ruling in the range of Rs 60-75 per kg in most retail markets in the country as rains have damaged the crop in major producing states such as Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. However, the supplies are expected to improve in coming days with rains receding in some parts helping transport of the ...

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Cable Car Project At Hazrat Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah Shrine In Rajouri And An Artificial Lake At Tata Pani Soon!


Rajouri, July 10: CM J&K ,Mehbooba Mufti directed exploring the viability possibility of a cable car project upto the shrine of Hazrat Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah in Rajouri and an artificial lake at Tata Pani. She also directed developing facilities for tourists at the shrine of Hazrat Baji Mian Muhammad Ismail (RA) at Jhandi, Rajouri. The Chief Minister was informed that ...

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Sunday bustle after Saturday shutdown


Internet unbarred, trains re-roll, Amarnath yatra resumes Shutdown in Tral, Shopian, Trehgam Srinagar, July 10: A day after clampdown on the first death anniversary of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani, normalcy returned to Kashmir valley as services that were suspended to abort possible protests resumed on Sunday. Barring Tral, the hometown of Wani, Shopian town in south Kashmir and Trehgam in ...

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Imran Ansari says Rana, Rather’s companies have migrated to GST


Idea of JK and idea of India is under attack: Rana Srinagar, July 05: Ruling party and Opposition members Tuesday exchanged heated arguments and remarks in the Legislative Assembly during the discussion on resolution of Goods and Services Tax (GST). NC legislator Davender Rana and PDP Minister for Youth Services and Sports Imran Ansari charged allegations against each other. Rana ...

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DDC Rajouri announces 10 Media Fellowships in Development Administration

Rajouri, July 02: The District Administration, Rajouri has announced Media Fellowships for “Development Administration” to be awarded to working journalists of the district associated with both print and electronic media. According to District Development Commissioner Rajouri, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, the Fellowships includes 3 in Rural Development & Agriculture, 2 in Social Welfare, 1 in Health, 2 in Education & Tourism ...

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China tests new tanks on Tibet plateau with an eye on India


The report said Beijing was increasing its military buildup in Tibet in “a show of force designed to deter the Indian military”. New Delhi, June 30: A new 35 tonne tank deployed by China in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is designed to be a counter to India, a media report said. Trials on the tank were carried out by the ...

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Older than 60, younger than 8 to get 10 percent rebate in passport fee


NEW DELHI, JUNE 23: The External Affairs Ministry today announced ten percent rebate on passport fee for applicants who are either older than 60 years or younger than eight years. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj made this announcement and said that it would be implemented from Saturday. Addressing the Passport Day function here, Swaraj said, “In the recent past the ...

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Jammu, Srinagar among 30 new Smart Cities announced


NEW DELHI, JUNE 23: Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu during the announcement of 30 new smart cities, also announced Srinagar and Jammu, today. Thirty new cities were added to the Centre’s Smart Cities Mission and total investment of Rs. 57,393 crore was announced by Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today, taking the total number of smart cities to 90. ...

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Champions Trophy win helps Pakistan earn Rs 14 crores; India settle for Rs 7 crores


London, June 21: Pakistan’s 180-run win over arch-rivals and defending champions India, guided them to their maiden Champions Trophy title. This was also Pakistan’s first 50-overs title since Imran Khan had captained the side to their first World Cup in 1992. The victory over arch-rivals also helped Pakistan improve their ICC ODI rankings and saw them leapfrog to sixth place. With ...

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D&FCO Intensifies Market Inspection, Suspends 54 Licenses Of Chemists


JAMMU, JUNE 21: Intensifying its special drive to conduct checking of chemist outlets to ensure quality and safe drugs for the consumers in the market, the Drugs & Food Control Organization have carried out systematic inspections across the Jammu division. During the week-long special drive, the Organization conducted 278 inspections, lifted 104 samples of different medicines, issued show cause notice ...

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