6 shops damaged in blaze
Srinagar, Aug 11: Six shops were damaged when fire broke out in a shopping complex near Main Market Bomai, Sopore on Wednesday night.
According to the police, the shopping complex belonged to Sonaullah Bhat son of Abdul Ahad and Ghulam Muhammad Bhat son of Haji Jamal of Bomai Sopore. However, no loss of life or injury has been reported in the incident, police added.
Body of a woman was recovered from Jhelum at Kadalbal Pampore on Thursday.
According to SHO Kakapora Mir Neyaz, the deceased is aged between 30 to 40 years. Efforts are being made to ascertain the identity of the deceased, he added.
BEAR INJURES TEEN
In another man-animal conflict, bear attacked and injured a teenager at Machil Behak, in frontier district of Kupwara.
According to police, the injured has been identified as Muhammad Akhtar, 16, son of Muhammad Dilawar of Rajouri at present Machil Behak, police said adding the wounded had been hospitalized.
2 HURT IN MISHAPS
Two persons were wounded in separate mishaps in Valley.
A Tractor bearing registration number (JK03B-6398) skidded off the road near Hiller Kokernag in South Kashmir’s, Islamabad (Anantnag) district resulting in injuries to the driver Imtiyaz Ahmad Rather son of Abdul Majeed of Hiller Kokernag, police said adding the wounded had been hospitalized and case registered.
In another incident, a Truck bearing registration number (JK02T-9475) hit and injured a pedestrian, Nazir Ahmad Qureshi son of Farooq Ahmad of Tangdar near Gagloosa, Kupwara, police said adding the wounded had been shifted to hospital for treatment.
MARKET CHECKING AT BANDIPORA
Police, Revenue Department, Measures department, CAPD and Municipal Committee conducted a market checking in the Bandipora Town and recovered Rs 6650 as fine from erring shopkeepers.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 11 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 11 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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