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Three young women among 24 more die of COVID-19 in J&K

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Three women aged between 32 to 40 years were 24 more people who succumbed to COVID-19 in Jammu and Kashmir since last evening, taking the fatality count to 3,686, officials said on Wednesday.

Report said that eight of the fresh deaths were reported at GMC Jammu while others were recorded in various hospitals and health facilities of the Kashmir valley.

Three women aged between 32 to 40 years were 24 more people who succumbed to COVID-19 in Jammu and Kashmir since last evening, taking the fatality count to 3,686, officials said on Wednesday.

Officials said eight of the fresh deaths were reported at GMC Jammu while others were recorded in various hospitals and health facilities of the Kashmir valley.

An 80-year-old man from Narwa Pulwama also died at a health facility in the south Kashmir district.

 

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In central Kashmir’s Budgam, a 75-year-old man from Arampora Khansahib, died at COVID-19 Hospital Chanpora in uptown Srinagar, officials said.

They informed a 65-year-old woman from Peer Bagh Srinagar died 13 days after she was admitted to SMHS hospital.

Another sexagenarian man from Beehama Ganderbal died at SKIMS Soura, eleven days after he was admitted to the tertiary care hospital, they said.

One more patient died at the same hospital this morning, they said.

A 40-year-old woman from Tangmarg area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla died at SKIMS Bemina, ten days after she was admitted there, they said.

Anothet 32-year-old woman from Kreeri Baramulla also died at the facility, two days after she was admitted there, officials said.

Four patients, aged 75, 84, 85 and 55 respectively, with comorbidities died at GMC Baramulla, they added.

In south Kashmir, a 70-year-old man from Uranhal died at GMC Anantnag, two days after he was admitted there, they said.

At the same hospital, a 55-year-old man from Zablipora died, two days after he was admitted to the facility, officials added.

 

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Top JeM Pakistani terrorist killed in Pulwama encounter

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In view of the Pulwama encounter that took place on Saturday morning, Inspector General of Police Kashmir, Vijay Kumar informed that the topmost Pakistani terrorist has been killed in the encounter.

Kumar said, “Topmost Pakistani terrorist affiliated with proscribed terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Lamboo was killed in today’s encounter. Identification of the second terrorist is being ascertained.”

“Mohd Ismal Alvi alias Lamboo alias Adnan was from a family of Masood Azhar. He was involved in the conspiracy and planning of the Lethpora attack. He stayed with Adil Dar till the day of fidayeen attack, a viral video of Adil Dar had his voice in it”, said IGP Kashmir.

Kumar later congratulated the Indian Army and Awantipora Police for their support.
Earlier today, security forces gunned down two terrorists during an encounter here at Hangalmarg in the Dachigam forest area and recovered AK and M4 rifles from their possession, police said.

The joint operation, which was launched this morning, is still in progress.
“Operation Hangalmarg, #Pulwama. A Joint Operation was launched today morning at Hangalmarg in Dachigam forest, Pulwama based on Jammu and Kashmir Police inputs. Contact was established. Two #Terrorists eliminated. One AK and one M4 were recovered. Joint Operation in progress,” the Chinar Corps tweeted.
Further details are awaited.

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Fish farm in Ganderbal damaged by cloudburst

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A fish farm has sustained substantial loss due to a cloud burst in central Kashmir district of Ganderbal, officials said on Saturday.

A private fish farm at Gutlibagh, in Ganderbal, was damaged due to the cloudburst and lost all fishes, they added.

However, there was no report of any loss of human life in the incident.

Meanwhile, the Private Fish Farm owners have appealed to the Government, especially Principal Secretary to Government, Agriculture Production & Fisheries Department, and also Director Fisheries J&K to consider an Insurance scheme for private fish farms, to safeguard, against damages due to natural disasters, including floods.

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Kulgam youth secures All India Rank 2 in IES-2020, LG extends good wishes

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A youth from south Kashmir’s Kulgam has achieved a rare feat by securing a 2nd all India rank in the Indian Economic Service(IES) 2020 drawing appreciation by Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha.

LG Sinha while confirming the development on his official Twitter handle, congratulated Tanveer Ahmad Khan, a resident of Nigeenpora Kund area of the south Kashmir district on his achievement.

The LG said he has “always believed that the youth of J&K are inherently capable & full of potential”.

While wishing Tanveer a bright future, the LG said his feat will inspire and motivate the youngsters in the UT while also putting Tanveer’s picture on Twitter.

 

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31 Jul 2021, 11:49 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats

31,654,584 Total Cases
424,384 Death Cases
30,812,873 Recovered Cases

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