J&K Administration makes Aarogyasetu app mandatory for all its Officers/officials

The J&K Administration has issued an order making it mandatory for all Government Officers/officials to install and use Aarogyasetu app on their mobiles. The Government Order No. 532.:.JK(GAD)...
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TUTORIALS CUM ASSIGNMENTS FOR CLASS 8 UNIT-I & UNIT- II

The District Resource Group of District Institute of Education & Training has released a tutorial cum assignment for Unit 1 and 2 for Class 8th. The study material has been compiled by expert groups...
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The Forty Hadith of Imam Al Nawawi

In the introduction to his compilation the Imam writes, “To proceed: It has been transmitted to us on the authority of `Ali ibn Abi Talib, `Abdullah ibn Mas`ud, Mu`adh ibn Jabal, Abu`d-Darda’,...
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Kashmir, by Sir Francis Edward Younghusband

Bernier, the first European to enter Kashmir, writing in 1665, says: “In truth, the kingdom surpasses in beauty all that my warmest imagination had anticipated.” This impression is not universally...
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Abdul Ahad Zargar: Fakiri

A celebrated Kashmiri poet famous for his fiery verses Abdul Ahad Zargar was born in the year 1882 & died in 1973. He is said to have been a follower of the Qadri silsila (order of Sheikh Syed Abdul...
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A Lonely Summer in Kashmir by Margaret Cotter Morison: Free e-book

The question I had to decide when at the end of May 1901, I was suddenly, through no fault of my own, thrown entirely on my own resources in Kashmir, with no friend in the land and no one with whom to...
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Our Visit to Hindostan, Kashmir, and Ladakh by Mrs J. C. Murray Aynsley (1879): Free e-book

Coming to India as simple travellers, we were able to go wherever fancy led us so that, at the expiration of nearly three years, we have perhaps seen much more of that country than many who have passed...
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Kashmir the Land of Streams and Solitudes by P. Pirie : Free e-book

There are other roads in Kashmir; roads like colonnades between serried ranks of poplar trees, “the tall, slim, silvery pillars of the beautiful populus alba, or the somber stateliness of the dark...
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Afoot Through the Kashmir Valleys by Marion Doughty: Free e-book

Many years ago a little girl with knitted brows and every outward sign of strong concentration was pulling at one end of a chicken’s ” merry-thought.” The brows relaxed and the mouth...
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The Panjab, North- West Frontier Province, and Kashmir by Sir James McCrone Douie : Free e Book

In his opening chapter Sir James Douie refers to the fact that the area treated in this volume—just one quarter of a  million square miles—is comparable to that of Austria-Hungary. The comparison...
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