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Breaking News :   PM Narendra Modi calls 'Tika Utsav' beginning of second big war against COVID-19, suggests four points | India adds 1,52,879 new COVID-19 cases, active count crosses 11 lakh | Two terrorists, involved in Army jawan's murder, killed in Anantnag | Recruitment of doctors going on at snail's pace in Jammu | Panchayat Ghar buildings exist on papers only | Now, Sajad and Omar are rivals again! | NC leader wants Abdullahs to sacrifice power! | Effort aims to collectively reconcile with Muslim society, eradicate wedges, foster new bonds | LG, Rijiju inaugurate 'Khelo India Centre', 'Water Sports Academy' | JU declares as micro- containment zone | Excise Deptt officials clueless, allege potential bidders | DDC reviews progress of work on GMC campus, allied works | BMO Bani vows to provide COVID-19 vaccination to one and all | DC Kishtwar reviews preparations for Teeka Utsav' starting from April 11 | J-K traders worried about losses as most businesses dependent on tourism | Bandipora-Gurez road re-opens after over 4 months | Administration denied permission to NC for holding protest over growing unemployment | Army pays tributes to soldier shot dead by militants in Anantnag | Night curfew won't stop covid-19 pandemic to spread: Tajinder | Two people arrested for ATM burglary attempt in Rajouri | Cong organizes public outreach programme at Billawar | JPDA presents Sanitizing Machine to CISF Unit at Jammu Airport | ZSWO holds grievances redressal programme at Akhnoor | ARTO Ramban conducts enforcement drive on face masks | Attempt to change name of Rajiv Gandhi Hospital will be terrible: Satish Sharma | JKNPP holds protest against price hike | Crime Branch arrests accused in fake job scam in Reasi | Drug peddler arrested along with psychotropic substances | Poor drainage in Bhour Camp cause of concern for residents: ABS | District administration Samba initiates doorstep delivery of prosthetic aids | PTU demands construction of road in Transport Yard Narwal | NCC holds series of events to commemorate 1971 victory | Intra-college debate competition in commemoration of "Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav" held | Govt PG College Rajouri organizes symposium on Science & Technology | Sub-Divisional Administration Gandoh felicitates ace Shooter Chain Singh | DIPR organises awareness programme on COVID19 at Poonch | Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav celebrated at GDC Pouni | Government Degree College Nowshera organizes awareness event on Disaster Management | Power shut down | Forest Department conducts daylong Workshop on Ecotourism | MSK Poonch gears up to spread awareness on Women Welfare schemes | Dir RDD reviews achievements under Central schemes in districts | Govt set to tap 'unexplored' adventure tourism, Jammu Tourism tightens belt | Ladakh remains cut off from Kashmir, 4 sorties to operate between Kargil , J&K | Downgrading J&K PCB to Pollution Control Committee shocking: Tarigami | Forest Department demolishes illegal structure in Chowadhi area | Encounter underway between security forces, militants in Shopian, Anantnag | DC hosts Google meet interaction with officers at Udhampur | MGNREGA gives work to people below poverty line in Dhangri | Residents of Block Miran Sahib meet Sarpanch Maralia | HC quashes notice for eviction of Modern Hotel | JCCI opposes new excise policy, demands its roll back or amendment | Legitimate elected govt alone can honour public sentiment: Harsh | Underdevelopment and poor basic amenities in Samba exposes false claims on development in Jammu: Altaf Bukhari | DC Jammu convenes series of meetings | Div Com reviews progress on mega development Projects being executed in Jammu division | Munish Gupta asks government to step in & solve problems of residents | Aspiring entrepreneurs find lacunas in New Excise Policy | De-silting of canal from Ashok Nagar to Nai Basti area irk residents | Parents play the role of role models for children | The 2nd Phase of rising COVID 19 | PHE Deptt Rajouri’s claims of providing water in rural areas stand exposed | ‘492 covid- 19 cases in srinagar’, People still flout social distancing norms, mask rule | JK reports record 1005 fresh cases of COVID-19; six fresh deaths, positive cases 137475 | 06 LeT militant associates arrested involved in killing of two councilors, a cop | Back Issues  
PM Narendra Modi calls 'Tika Utsav' beginning of second big war against COVID-19, suggests four points
4/11/2021 2:14:52 PM
New Delhi: As the 'Tika Utsav' began across India on Sunday (April 11, 2021), Prime Minister Narendra Modi called it the beginning of the second major war against the COVID-19 pandemic and suggested four points. On the occasion, PM Modi shared a message on his official social media accounts and said that people have to lay special emphasis on personal hygiene as well as social hygiene. He stressed the following four points with regard to the drive: 1. Each One - Vaccinate. PM said that those who can't go themselves for vaccination, such as illiterate and old people, should be assisted. 2. Each One - Treat One. PM Modi stated that this involves helping people in getting COV
India adds 1,52,879 new COVID-19 cases, active count crosses 11 lakh
4/11/2021 12:51:20 PM
New Delhi: India in the last 24 hours added 1,52,879 new COVID-19 cases that took the country's active count to over 11 lakh, as per the official data released by the Union Health Ministry on Sunday (April 11, 2021). The country also witnessed 90,584 recoveries and 839 deaths in the last 24 hours. India's active count now stands at 11,08,087. The country's total coronavirus caseload has now increased to 1.33 crore, of which, 1.2 crore have recovered, whereas, 1.69 lakh have died of the virus. The daily cases in the country have been on a steady increase for over a month now. On Friday, the country saw a single-day rise of 1.31 lakh COVID-19 cases, followed by 1,45,384 infections on
Two terrorists, involved in Army jawan's murder, killed in Anantnag
4/11/2021 12:51:00 PM
Agencies Security forces on Sunday (April 11) eliminated two terrorists in an encounter in the Bijbehara area of Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir. The encounter between terrorists and security forces in Anantnag broke out late at night on April 10. A search operation is still underway. "Bijbehara Encounter Update: Both the terrorists killed, search going on. Further details shall follow," tweeted the Kashmir Zone police. According to Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Vijay Kumar, the two terrorists killed in the encounter were responsible for the killing of an Army jawan on Saturday. "Terrorists responsible for the killing of Army jawan neutralised within two days in Bijb
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