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RR promotes rural sports

RR promotes rural sports

The Rashtriya Rifles (RR) Battalion at Kalal conducted an “Inter Village Volleyball Tournament” for the youth of Reasi district with an aim to inculcate team spirit and sportsman-spirit amongst the youth. Fourteen teams including two teams of the Army participated in the tournament. The aim of the tournament was to attract the youth towards the

Teacher training workshop enters 2nd-day

The ongoing teacher training workshop of Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India, Hands on Science: Innovative Experiments in Physics, being organised by National Council for Urban and Rural Development Society Jammu here at Govt Degree College Kishtwar enters into second-day. While divulging the details about the program Dr Ashaq Hussan, Chairman

Five days state writers camp begins at Rajouri

J&K Academy of Art, Culture & Languages organised an All State Writers’ Camp here on Sunday. The camp, which is being held in collaboration with Himalayan Education Mission Rajouri, will buzz with literary discourses and writing and recitation of poetry and prose. About two dozen writers and poets representating different languages of the State are

Awareness camp on Agriculture held

Newspoint Bureau Balakote, May 28 As part of its joint initiative with civil administration to develop border villages located ahead of border fence, Army organised an agriculture awareness camp for farmers in Balakote sector. Horticulture and agriculture are primary source of livelihood for people in this area and adoption of better techniques by farmers is

Neeraj assumes charge of DC Udhampur

Neeraj Kumar assumed the charge of DC Udhampur here today. After assuming the charge he interacted with the district officers in an introductory meeting and urged them to work with full dedication for the welfare and betterment of the people of the district. A warm farewell was also accorded to Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary who

JKUSTA castigates anti-employee policies, submits memorandum to CEO

Jammu and Kashmir United Schools Teachers Association (JKUSTA) held a meeting and later met with Chief Education Officer for submitting charter of demands. A large number of association members along participated in the meeting and castigated education department and state government responsible for their hardships. The teachers also raised slogans in support of their long

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