Atal Dulloo reviews implementation of AB-PMJAY

JAMMU: Financial Commissioner, Health & Medical Education, Atal Dulloo today reviewed the implementation of Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) in J&K. It came up in the meeting that over 62000 patients were treated under AB-PMJAY across the union territory of J&K. The meeting was attended by Bhupinder Kumar, ...

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Secretary Higher Education inaugurates Sports Festival 2020

JAMMU: Secretary Higher Education Department, Talat Parvez Rohilla today declared open Sports Festival 2020 organized by the Higher Education Department here. Around 2000 students of 21 Colleges of Jammu and Samba districts are participating in the Sports Festival. The event would witness contests in Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Volley ball, Cricket, Table Tennis, ...

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Lt Gen Dwivedi takes over as GOC 15 Corps

JAMMU: Lieutenant General, Upendra Dwivedi took over as the 15th Corps Commander of the strategic, Rising Star Corps on Sunday. General Dwivedi is an alumni of the National Defence Academy. He was commissioned into ‘The 18th Battalion of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles’ in December 1984. In an illustrious career spanning ...

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Death toll in coronavirus in China climbs to over 1860

BEIJING: The death toll from China”s coronavirus epidemic climbed to 1,868 on Tuesday as 98 more people died while the total number of confirmed cases jumped to 72,436, officials said. Of the new deaths, 93 were reported from Hubei Province, the epicentre of the virus, three from Henan, and one ...

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Peace rally held for constitutional safeguards in Ladakh

LEH: Different political, religious and social groups Monday took out a peaceful rally in Leh town, seeking constitutional safeguards for the Ladakh region which has been granted the status of Union Territory (UT). The rally was also aimed at conveying gratitude to the Centre for granting the UT status to Ladakh ...

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Unusual flu virus puts children at higher risk: DAK

Srinagar ,”Kashmir valley is witnessing increase in number of flu cases due to an unusual influenza B virus which puts children at higher risk of having a severe disease,” said Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Sunday in a communiqué. “We have seen something this year that we haven’t seen in ...

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