First female football academy, inaugurated in Srinagar, brought cheers to budding players. Lonestar Kashmir Football Club in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir football association started the academy. Football enthusiasts have enrolled themselves to learn the sport under proper guidance. The academy is all set to groom budding female footballers.
To raise awareness on drug abuse in the Valley, a special program was held in Srinagar on April 12 themed 'Quit Drugs, Lest it quite you'. Concerned about the persisting drug addiction in the Valley, locals say program like these is the need of the hour to help the youth with drug addiction. The program was attended by social activists, sports personalities, police officials, health experts, and sports officials.
Central Reserved Police Force (CRPF) under its Madadgaar project on Aprik 12 organised a 'Day out' picnic for the disabled youths at the famous Tulip garden in Srinagar. About 25 people were taken out for a day of fun, out of which 18 were disabled and 7 were helpers of them. CRPF also provided transport and refreshment to these disabled youths keeping in mind COVID norms. Such initiative was taken for disabled ones to give a change to the disabled usually living inside their homes and it was also an opportunity for them to interact with the normal people.
A one-day trekking programme was organised by Shugul events for children in Srinagar under the theme of "Save Jhelum" from Zabarwan Park to Shankaracharya Hill and also to keep their surroundings neat and clean for good life. The organisation took steps to clean famous places in Srinagar and to make people aware not to throw waste in the river and to save it for future generations.
In an effort to boost tourism in Kashmir Valley, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has begun beautification work in Srinagar under the Smart City project.... Zee News Also reported by •newKerala.com