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Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Jammu (SKUAST-J) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Himalayan Forest Research Institute (HFRI) Shimla, H.P. The MoU was exchanged between Prof. J. P. Sharma, Vice-Chancellor, SKUAST Jammu and Dr. Sandeep Sharma Director, HFRI Shimla for the betterment of respective organizations. Himalayan Forest Research Institute (hereinafter to be referred as HFRI), Panthaghati, Shimla is one of the nine Regional Research Institutes of Indian Council of Forestry Research & Education (ICFRE), Dehradun, Uttrakhand, an Autonomous Body under the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Government of India.
Shimla/Reckong-Peo, July 19 : Flash floods and cloudburst caused heavy damage to the houses and apple orchards in Shalakhar and Chango areas adjoining the Tibet border of Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh on Monday evening.
Shimla, June 28 : The Himachal Pradesh State Cooperative Marketing and Consumers' Federation Ltd (HIMFED) on Monday decided to sold Ambuja and Ultra Tech Cement. The decision was taken during a meeting of the Board of Directors of HIMFED here. Managing Director of HIMFED Gyan Sagar Negi and its Director, along with the Board Members, approved various agenda of the federation, said Vice-President of HIMFED Rakesh Verma. He said in the coming days, Ambuja and UltraTech Cement will also be sold in HIMFED godowns, which will facilitate people in far-flung areas to buy cement.
Shimla, June 23 : Justice Amjad A Sayeed of the Bombay High Court took over as the Chief Justice of the Himachal High Court on Thursday. HP Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar administered the oath of office and secrecy to him at 9:30 am at Raj Bhavan, Shimla. Thereafter, he was given a guard of honor in the High Court premises. Earlier, a Full Court Welcome Address was also organized in the High Court itself.
Shimla, May 6 : The Parliamentary Consultative Committee meeting for the Ministry of Steel was held here Friday to brainstorm on the topic “Transition towards Green Steel” under the Chairmanship of the Union Steel Minister, Ram Chandra Prasad Singh. The Chairman urged upon the stakeholders to come together in development of a time bound action plan and concerted efforts for lowering of the emissions from the steel industry in line with the commitments made so that production of Green Steel can be fulfilled and promote “Atmanirbhar Bharat”. In this meeting, fruitful discussions were held between the Members of the Committee with the senior officials from Ministry of Steel and senior officials & experts from the steel industry, on the present scenario and the way forward for promoting the transition towards Green Steel.
Shimla, Jan 18 : The first match between host Himachal Pradesh and ITBP in Woman National Ice Hockey Championship at natural Ice Skating Rink Kaza of Lahaul-Spiti district ended in draw.
Shimla, Nov 25(UNI) This capital town living in the horror of prowling leopards after hunting of two kits in span of last three months, will witness the screening of ' Shot that Leopard' during three days international film festival at the historic gaiety theatre here, it was announced on Thursday. The Director of the festival Pushp Raj Thakur said that seventh edition of Intl Film Festival being held at Gaiety Theatre here from November 26 to 28 will see the screening of 'Shoot That Leopard', even while the people of town are living under its terror.
Shimla, Nov 2 : Lahaul Spiti district administration imposed prohibition on the movement traffic between Darcha-Leh National Highway after snowfall on high passes, here on Tuesday. Spokesperson of District Administration Lahaul Spiti said that on an advisory of October 31 orders have been issued restricting the movement of vehicles and public on Darcha Leh road due to heavy snowfall. However, it is being seen that tourists staying in hotels, guest houses and homestays of the valley are trying to go beyond Darcha to Baralacha etc. despite the road being closed for travel.
Shimla. Oct 25 (UNI) Normal life was disrupted in the state during last 24 hours after continued unseasonal rain and snowfall occurred in most places in the state. Three trekkers belonging to Mumbai and Goa died after missing in the heavy snowstorm in Kinnaur district, district administration said. The MeT Office said Gondla in Lahaul Spiti recorded 15 cm snow, Hansa & Khadrala( Shimla district five cm each and Keylong three cm.