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Tourism deptt participates in International events for attracting foreigners

Tourism deptt participates in International events for attracting foreigners

With a view to attracting the foreigners in large numbers and showcase the tourism potential of the state in the global market the Department of Tourism participates in International events. In this regard, the department has sponsored/participated in the following 06 international events of tourism promotion in the last two years. Officials say, “The Tourism

Focus on developing catchment areas while developing tourist spots: Mehbooba

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed the Tourism Department and allied agencies to focus on the development of catchment areas and people while developing facilities at various tourist spots. This, she said, would enable them to become equal partners and stakeholders in promoting tourism across the State. Chairing a joint meeting of Yousmarg, Wullar &

Cold wave continues in Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu city and Leh town witnessed the coldest night of the season so far on Wednesday even as the minimum temperatures throughout the Kashmir Valley remained below freezing point. The weather office forecast that the present cold wave conditions will continue in Jammu and Kashmir till Friday. Jammu city recorded 6.4 while Leh recorded a

Night temperatures improve throughout Jammu and Kashmir

Night temperatures improved on Wednesday throughout Jammu and Kashmir due to partial cloud cover, the Met said. “The present dry weather is likely to continue till Saturday or Sunday,” an official of the MET department said. Night temperatures improve throughout Jammu and Kashmir Night temperatures improved on Wednesday throughout Jammu and Kashmir due to partial

Night temperatures improve in Jammu and Kashmir

Night temperatures in Jammu and Srinagar rose on Saturday after the twin capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir witnessed their coldest night of the season on Friday, officials said. “The remarkable improvement in minimum temperatures throughout the state has occurred because of the nightlong cloud cover,” an official of the Met department said “The minimum

Coldest night in Srinagar, Leh frozen at minus 10.2

Srinagar on Tuesday witnessed the coldest night of the season so far as the minimum temperature dropped to minus 1.7 degrees Celsius. “The coldest town in Jammu and Kashmir was, however, Leh where the minimum was minus 10.2,” an official of the Met Department said here. While Kargil town was at minus 6.6 degrees Celsius.

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