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40-day Chillai Kalan starts on positive note, minimum temp improves

There was a significant improvement in minimum temperature across Kashmir, but it continued under sub-zero as the 40-day long, harsh winter started today.

The weatherman said that a gradual rise was expected in the night temperatures in coming days due to approaching feeble Western Disturbance.

A Meteorological Department official said that Srinagar recorded a low of minus 2.8 degrees Celsius and was three degrees up from the previous night’s minus 5.8 degrees Celsius. However, he said, overall, it was below minus 1.3 degrees Celsius than usual for this time of the year.

The 40-day long Chillai Kalan (Great chill) starts today and ends on January 30 and is followed by a 20-day long Chillai Khurd (Small chill) and a 10-day-long Chillai Bachha.

The mercury in Gulmarg in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district settled at minus 5.0 degrees Celsius against minus 5.5 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Qazigund had a low of minus 2.6 degrees Celsius against minus 6.5 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Pahalgam recorded a low of minus 3.7 degrees Celsius against minus 7.4 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Kokernag recorded a low of minus 3.3 degrees Celsius against minus 5.9 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Kupwara recorded a minimum of minus 3.8 degrees Celsius against minus 5.2 degrees Celsius the previous night.

Leh had a low of minus 8.2 degrees Celsius against last night’s minus 13.9 degrees Celsius while Kargil recorded a minimum of minus 9.0 degrees Celsius. Drass recorded a low of minus 11.1 degrees Celsius.

“There has been significant improvement in minimum temperature in both J&K and Ladakh”, the MeT official said, adding, “due to an approaching feeble WD,  expect a gradual rise in minimum temperature in coming days.”.

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Three terrorists affiliated with LeT, TRF held in J-K’s Ganderbal

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Ganderbal Police along with the teams of 24 Rashtriya Rifles and 115 Batallion of CRPF on Friday arrested three terrorists who are allegedly affiliated with proscribed outfits Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the Resistance Front (TRF), said a statement by the Indian army on Saturday.

Two pistols, three magazines, and two Chinese grenades were recovered from the accused persons, added the statement.

The three were identified as Faisal Manzoor, a resident of Braripora Shopian, Azhar Yaqoob, a resident of Zaipora, Shopian, and Nasir Ahmad Dar, a resident of Begam Kulgam, as per the statement.

“During preliminary questioning, the three revealed their affiliation with proscribed outfit LeT/TRF and indulgence in various terror-related activities in the district,” said the statement.

An FIR had been registered and further investigation is underway.

 

 

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Former Minister, Pahari Tribe ST Forum delegation call on Lt Governor

Several delegations including former Minister; members of Pahari Tribe ST Forum and Youth leader from Bhaderwah today called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan.

Sh. Abdul Ghani Kohli, former Minister met the Lt Governor and projected various welfare issues of Gujjar and Bakerwal communities pertaining to proper arrangements for Gujjar & Bakwerwal population in view of the winter season; tribal funds; Insurance for sheep; spreading awareness among Gujjar and Bakerwal communities regarding welfare policies & schemes, besides other concerns of the general public.

Meanwhile, a three-member delegation of the Pahari Tribe ST Forum led by Adv. Ahsan Mirza and accompanied by Adv. Gurdev Singh Thakur and Sh. Sajjad Mirza submitted a memorandum of demands to the Lt Governor pertaining to ST status for Pahari people, functioning of Pahari Advisory Board and other concerning issues of Pahari youth.

Later, Advocate Mohammad Majid Malik, a youth leader from Bhaderwah also called on the Lt Governor and apprised him about various issues of Bhaderwah including the declaration of Jammu University campus into a full-fledged University; construction of Chattargalla tunnel; the opening of Bhaderwah-Chamba and Bhaderwah-Bani road; Mini Secretariat and several youth-related issues.

While interacting with the delegations, the Lt Governor observed that J&K Government has adopted citizen-centric policies and is steadfastly working on all fronts for the development and welfare of people belonging to every community.

We are committed to making every section of society an equal stakeholder in the development process of the UT, the Lt Governor said.

The Lt Governor assured the members of the delegations that the genuine issues put forth by them would be given due consideration. He impressed upon them to keep projecting the issues of public welfare and development of the region.

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Good News for Unemployed Youth: Details Inside

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: The Indian Army has issued a notification for unmarried male and unmarried female Law graduates for grant of Short Service Commission in the Army for Judge Advocate General Branch.

According to the official website, the notification states that the selected officer will be on probation for a period of six months from the date he/she receives his/her commission.

“If he/she is reported on within the probationary period as unsuitable to retain his/her commission, his/her services may be terminated any time whether before or after the expiry of the probationary period,” the notification read.

The interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official site of the Indian Army- joinindianarmy.nic.in.

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Number of vacancies

  • Men – 06
  • Women – 03

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Educational qualification

Candidates should have a minimum of 55% aggregate marks in LLB Degree (three years professional after graduation or five years after 10+2 examination). They should also be eligible for registration as an advocate with the Bar Council of India/State. The candidate should be from a College/University recognized by the Bar Council of India.

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Age limit

Candidates should be between 21 to 27 years as on July 1, 2022.

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: How to apply

Interested candidates need to apply ONLINE at www.joinindianarmy.nic.in.

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Last date

Candidates need to apply by February 17 (3 PM).

Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Check official notification

 

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