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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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J&K Police inspector shot dead

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A police inspector was shot dead by terrorists in Nowgam area on the outskirts of Srinagar on Tuesday evening, reports said.

Report said that terrorists fired upon Pervaiz Ahmad Dar while he was returning home in Kanipora area after offering Maghrib (evening) prayers.

Dar, they said, was critically injured in the attack, following which he was shifted to SMHS hospital in the city where doctors declared him dead on arrival.

Dar was posted at Parimpora police station, said the sources, adding that he worked in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

“Investigations have been started in the matter,” said a police official while confirming Dar’s killing.

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Govt orders promotions of officials in J&K

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The Departmental Promotion Committee meeting of Handicrafts and Handloom, Department Kashmir was held today under the Chairmanship of Director Handicrafts & Handloom wherein the promotion of 79 officials of Ministerial/ executive and technical cadre of the Department were cleared for promotion to the next higher level/ grade.

Apart from clearance of promotions, several issues which were pending disposal since the last so many years were also addressed during the meeting and cleared/ confirmed by the committee thus resolving the long pending grievances of certain sections of employees of the department.

Post merger of Handicrafts & Handloom Department into a single entity, this was the first Departmental Promotion Committee Meet and was held after a gap of more than 2 years.

Hailing the development, the employees appreciated the efforts of the Director Handicrafts & Handloom, Kashmir for holding the meet in a swift manner.

Congratulating the promotees, the Director advised them to work with zeal and zest for the betterment and welfare of the artisan community.

The whole exercise was conducted in view of the instructions given by the CS for conducting the DPC meets expeditiously and on the regular intervals

 

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7th standard student dies by committed suicide in J&K

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A 17-year-old boy has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself to death in Srinagar on Tuesday afternoon.

Official sources said that a class 7th student has hanged himself to death at his residence in Rahim bagh area of Mehjoor Nagar Srinagar.

They said that he was rushed to SMHS Hospital where doctors declared him brought dead on arrival.

Meanwhile, local police has taken cognizance of the matter and started investigation.

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Covid-19 Stats

22 Jun 2021, 5:39 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats

30,002,691 Total Cases
389,661 Death Cases
28,950,726 Recovered Cases

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