Army JCO killed in firing along LoC in J&K's Rajouri
Sunday, 30 August 2020 A Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) of the Army was killed on Sunday in a firing incident along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir, defence sources said.
Asclepius Wellness Foundation in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district took the initiative to 'feed the needy' for free of cost food outside a district hospital during the holy month of Ramadan. Attendants hailing from far flung area face challenge to open their 'roza.' Amid pandemic, the district is under complete lockdown and only essential services are exempted. The collaboration on a daily basis distributes 500 food packets.
The snow clearance operation is underway on Mughal Road in JandK's Rajouri district. Heavy machinery such as JCB is being used by the local authorities to clear snow in the region. The Mughal Road connects south Kashmir's Shopian district to Rajouri and Poonch districts.
Snow clearing operation is underway at Mughal Road in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district. The roads here have been covered with a thick layer of snow and the clearing operations are in process of using heavy machinery. High-altitude road connects south Kashmir's Shopian district to Rajouri and Poonch districts.
Delhi government has sought the help from different sources including the Indian Army for transportation of medical oxygen in the national capital, said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on May 03. A petition has also been filed in Delhi High Court seeking direction for handing over of management of oxygen supplies, including logistical aspect, in and around Delhi to armed forces for ensuring uninterrupted supply to hospitals and COVID facility.
With the help of Indian Air Force and Indian Army, an oxygen producing plant in Uttar Pradesh's Agra has been restarted. DM Prabhu N Singh informed that once operations here get underway, 1100-1200 oxygen cylinders can be filled up. "We are expected to get oxygen tankers from Ranchi, Lucknow soon", said Singh.
Mausam, a youth from Pakistan and son of Manzoor Ahmad from Lipa area of Pakistan occupied Kashmir accidently had crossed the Line of Control on April 5th. The Indian authorities repatriated the youth to Pakistan authorities from Teetwal crossing as a humanitarian gesture. He was presented with clothes and sweets on his return by the Indian Army.
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A Pakistani resident was repatriated by the Indian Army via Teethwal crossing point in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday. The boy had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC) on April 5 and was repatriated on April 7 as a humanitarian gesture. The Indian Army gave clothes and sweets to the boy before he was sent back. Watch the full video for more details.
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Indian Army repatriated a youth to Pakistani authorities who inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC) and entered into Indian side in Kupwara area on the night of April 05. The youth identified as Mausam, was kept under surveillance with due care by the Indian troops. Pakistani authorities were informed about him. The youth was presented with clothes and sweets on his return on April 07. On humanitarian grounds, Indian Army has always been prompt in various similar incidents in past.
A food delivery startup called Tiffin Aaw in Srinagar has started the campaign 'Food for Kashmir' on social media. They have taken it upon themselves to deliver free meals for Covid positive families, Covid warriors and people in need. The concept was started when the owner Rayees Ahmad got a lot of distress calls from people outside Kashmir, wanting food to be delivered to their Covid-hit parents.
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Pakistan initiated an unprovoked ceasefire violation by firing small arms and shelling mortars along LoC in Nowshera sector of J-K's Rajouri district on August 16. The ceasefire violation occurred at..