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Nazir Ahmad

Nazir Ahmad

Maulvi Nazir Ahmad Dehlvi, also known as "Deputy” Nazir Ahmad, was an Urdu novel writer, social and religious reformer, and prolific orator active in circa 1850s onwards.

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Construction of mini stadium on full swing to boost sports activities in SKUAST, Srinagar
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Construction of mini stadium on full swing to boost sports activities in SKUAST, Srinagar

Construction of a mini stadium is on full swing to boost sports activities in Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) Shalimar in Srinagar.

Construction of Indoor Sports Stadium in J-K's Tral likely to be completed by 2020-end
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Construction of Indoor Sports Stadium in J-K's Tral likely to be completed by 2020-end

Nazir Ahmad, local youth from South Kashmir's Pulwama has a dream to make a career in sports but he along with several others have been playing on roads for a long time in absence of a ground or stadium in the area.

Engineering testing lab ensures quality machinery for farmers in J-K
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Engineering testing lab ensures quality machinery for farmers in J-K

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare, Government of India, has set up an agriculture engineering testing lab for the testing of agriculture machinery at the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) at Shalimar in Kashmir.

Kashmiris go for low-key weddings post Article 370
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Kashmiris go for low-key weddings post Article 370

Nazir Ahmad, a resident of Hawal area in Srinagar, slashed the guest list from 450 to just 100 for the marriage ceremony of his government employee son Asif Ahmad. The wedding cards were printed, but not distributed. The function was heavily cut down, and only close relatives and neighbours attended it.

Article 35A abrogation rumors heavily cost Kashmir tourism sector
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Article 35A abrogation rumors heavily cost Kashmir tourism sector

The panic that has gripped the Valley over the rumored imminent abrogation of Article 35A of the Constitution has cost the local tourism industry very heavily.

J&K produces 20,000 tonnes of fish annually
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J&K produces 20,000 tonnes of fish annually

Jammu and Kashmir produces 20,000 tonnes of fish each year while 93,000 people depend on fisheries for their livelihood in the state.

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