Jammu and Kashmir: Change in the taste of the valley, read five big news of the state including this wonder of engineering

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Thu, 10 Jun 2021 5:19 PM IST

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The atmosphere in the Valley has changed rapidly since the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, 2019. In areas known as strongholds of terror, people now step out of their homes fearlessly. On the other hand, the Banihal-Qazigund tunnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has been completed. As soon as it starts, the tourists coming along with the people of the state will get a lot of convenience. Read five such big news of the state …

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The names of terrorist leaders are no longer visible on the walls in the valley. The courage to wave the flags of Pakistan and terrorist organizations is nowhere to be seen. Kashmir shutdown on the announcement of pro-Pakistan separatists is now a thing of the past. On the other hand, the Banihal-Qazigund tunnel was completed. This tunnel is 8.5 km long. Read the big news of the state …

Two years after the abrogation of Article 370, the change in the taste of Kashmir can be felt very well. Most of the terrorist gangsters who are trying to divert Kashmiri youth from the mainstream have been killed in these two years. If the separatist tone has stopped, then the message of peace is being given from the mosques. On the other hand, terrorists are neither able to recruit new recruits nor are they getting consignments of weapons. In such a situation, terrorist acts have been limited to sporadic attacks.
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The 8.5 km long Banihal-Qazigund tunnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has been completed. At present, the testing process of state-of-the-art equipment is going on, as soon as it is completed, the tunnel will be opened for general traffic by the end of this month. The construction company has got permission for the trial run of traffic in the tunnel made with the Austrian tunneling method. This tunnel will reduce the existing 270 km long distance of Jammu-Srinagar highway by 16 km. Also, all-weather traffic will be possible.
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Doctors and paramedical staff are battling this epidemic every day to save the lives of people around the world from Corona. Dr Shivani Sharma of Kathua is also included in these people fighting like a warrior in the country against Corona. She told that she was also happy to be given the new responsibility, but she was also worried about the health of her unborn child. However, in view of the Corona epidemic, he had no other way.
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The incident of arson in the counting room of Kalika Complex located at Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan on Tuesday did not have any effect on the Yatra. Due to the relaxation in the Corona curfew, the journey has started increasing day by day. By 6 pm on Wednesday evening, about two thousand devotees had left for the building after registering. The journey continues as normal as usual. At the same time, the Shrine Board has clarified that the new construction work will be started soon.
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Under the new excise policy, outsiders have taken more than a hundred liquor contracts in the name of citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. This allegation has been made by the Wine Trade Association. The association said that under the new policy, influential people from outside Jammu and Kashmir have invested money in the name of the citizens of the state. The department has vehemently denied the allegations. The department says that contracts have been awarded only under the rules. Charanjit Singh, head of the Wine Trade Association, says that 125 liquor shops have been given to outsiders.
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The names of terrorist leaders are no longer visible on the walls in the valley. The courage to wave the flags of Pakistan and terrorist organizations is nowhere to be seen. Kashmir shutdown on the announcement of pro-Pakistan separatists is now a thing of the past. On the other hand, the Banihal-Qazigund tunnel was completed. This tunnel is 8.5 km long. Read the big news of the state …

Two years after the abrogation of Article 370, the change in the taste of Kashmir can be felt very well. Most of the terrorist gangsters who are trying to divert Kashmiri youth from the mainstream have been killed in these two years. If the separatist tone has stopped, then the message of peace is being given from the mosques. On the other hand, terrorists are neither able to recruit new recruits nor are they getting consignments of weapons. In such a situation, terrorist acts have been limited to sporadic attacks.

Click here to read full news…

The 8.5 km long Banihal-Qazigund tunnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway has been completed. At present, the testing process of state-of-the-art equipment is going on, as soon as it is completed, the tunnel will be opened for general traffic by the end of this month. The construction company has got permission for the trial run of traffic in the tunnel made with the Austrian tunneling method. This tunnel will reduce the existing 270 km long distance of Jammu-Srinagar highway by 16 km. Also, all-weather traffic will be possible.

Click here to read full news…

Doctors and paramedical staff are battling this epidemic every day to save the lives of people around the world from Corona. Dr Shivani Sharma of Kathua is also included in these people fighting like a warrior in the country against Corona. She told that she was also happy to be given the new responsibility, but she was also worried about the health of her unborn child. However, in view of the Corona epidemic, he had no other way.

Click here to read full news…

The incident of arson in the counting room of Kalika Complex located at Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan on Tuesday did not have any effect on the Yatra. Due to the relaxation in the Corona curfew, the journey has started increasing day by day. By 6 pm on Wednesday evening, about two thousand devotees had left for the building after registering. The journey continues as normal as usual. At the same time, the Shrine Board has clarified that the new construction work will be started soon.

Click here to read full news…

Under the new excise policy, outsiders have taken more than a hundred liquor contracts in the name of citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. This allegation has been made by the Wine Trade Association. The association said that under the new policy, influential people from outside Jammu and Kashmir have invested money in the name of the citizens of the state. The department has vehemently denied the allegations. The department says that contracts have been awarded only under the rules. Charanjit Singh, head of the Wine Trade Association, says that 125 liquor shops have been given to outsiders.

Click here to read full news…

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