Srinagar/IBNS: The Jammu and Kashmir government has commissioned two consultancy assignments to increase the disaster resilience of J&K and Ladakh and increase the capacity of both union territories (UTs) to respond promptly and effectively to any crisis or emergency.
Srinagar/UNI: Heat wave returned due to surge in the maximum temperature even though night remains slightly cold after maximum temperature settled below normal in the Kashmir valley.
Srinagar: Cheerful voices of children echo in the newly furbished building at SMHS Hospital.
Srinagar: To enhance the sense of community partnership, Police distributed Covid19 safety kits among people.
Srinagar/UNI: Concerned over reports that majority people are not following Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), the health department officials are conducting COVID-19 tests of all those who are not wearing masks in Srinagar.
Srinagar : The Army in coordination with the Health Department, Kupwara carried out a vaccination drive for Bakarwals in remote Machil.
Srinagar: There has been a slight increase in Covid infection cases in J&K with 159 fresh cases and one fatality attributed to viral respiratory illness reported in the last 24-hours.
Srinagar: While J&K features among the most successful states and UTs implementing PM JAY Ayushman Bharat, Srinagar and Kupwara districts have grossly low registration of beneficiary families, a gap that Government claims, is being covered through door-to-door service.
Srinagar/UNI: A residential house and a mosque were partially damaged in a flash flood triggered by heavy rain and cloudburst in north Kashmir district of Bandipora on Wednesday.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir’s Sher-E-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences Srinagar (SKIMS) has built up a toy library for their paediatric oncology ward to give relief to the children suffering from the disease and undergoing treatment in the medical facility.
Srinagar: A team of Indian Army and medical workers reached the Kerani village, which is the last village close to the Line of Control, to vaccinate the people in the region, an attempt made to control COVID-19.
Srinagar: Vaccination drive to vaccinate people aged between 18 to 45 years in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch region, media reports said.
Srinagar: In order to speed up the Covid-19 vaccination drive in Srinagar district, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammed Aijaz Asad today held a consultation session with religious leaders in his office, here.
Srinagar: To combat the rapid surge of Covid-19 in Jammu and Kashmir and also to prepare for the anticipated third wave of the pandemic, Army's Chinar Corps on Saturday dedicated a 50 bed facility to the people of Kashmir.
Srinagar: The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammad AijazAsad today visited Government Unani Hospital Shalteng and took stock of its functioning.