Kashmiris being die heart fans of Pakistani cricket is no discovery. It was at fll display recently when Indian wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni had to face the crowd shouting Boom Boom Afridi. Attired in an army dress, he has specially flown to attend the final of Chinar Cricket Premier League sponsored by the army. He later visited Delhi Public School, Athwajan too.
On the eve of Eid i Milad celebrations, J&K Bank Chairman and CEO Parvez Ahmad presented the state-of-the-art ambulance from CSR to the Dargah Hazratbal shrine. The ambulance will be an additional facility to the devotees on special occasions’ and to the local population to move patients to the hopistals in emergencies.
A DPS student, Talha Arshid, 9, will be playing a lead role in an upcoming Bollywood movie Hamid, expected to release in April 2018. Based on the story of an eight-year-old Kashmiri village boy who learns 786 is God’s number and decides to try and reach out to God by dialing this number. Hamid wants to talk to his slain father. One day, not so common with Bollywood flicks, the phone call is answered!
Khyber Himalayan Resort and Spa Gulmarg wins Favourite Boutique Hotel for the fifth consecutive year at the seventh edition of the Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards, in Delhi. The hotel has been awarded for offering services, comforts, and facilities on a par with international standards.
Police officers are seen as default rulers in Kashmir. But in a rare incident a police officer, DO Janglat Mandi, Masroor Ali, a sub inspector, imposed fine on himself after he hit a parked car inside the premises of Janglat Mandi Hospital. The car belonged to a doctor.