News Topic:Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industries (KCCI)

Costs of traveling to Kashmir in summer are rising

A trip to Kashmir from Delhi, Gujarat or Mumbai becomes costlier for any visitor than visiting any South Asian country which has become worrisome for tourism players.

New Land Law: Economic sector across J-K would come to a grinding halt, hoteliers say

Jammu Kashmir Hoteliers Club, Chamber of Commerce Industry Kashmir said that the implementation of new land laws will make the economic sector come to a grinding halt.

Tourism stakeholders demand end to national highway mess in J&K

Trade and Tourism stakeholders urged the visiting Parliamentary delegation to press Government for ensuring end of highway uncertainty.

Indefinite lockdown infringement on rights of traders: KCC&I

SRINAGAR — Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCC&I) on Thursday termed the indefinite lockdown of business establishments in Kashmir especially Srinagar as a...

Kashmir witnessed 3000 days of lockdown in over two decades: Trade bodies

n last over two decades, an amalgam of 30 trade bodies in the Valley on Wednesday said that Kashmir has witnessed 3000 days of lockdown, thus simultaneously deteriorating the situation of business community here, which they claim are struggling to survive amid the prevalent situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

Shut factories, offices, other units till March 31: KCC&I

KCC&I appealed owners of factories, offices, hotels and shops without essential commodities to remain shut till March 31, 2020.

Trade bodies call for ‘Kashmir bandh’

SRINAGAR — Soon after the reports about ‘harassment’ to Kashmiris outside the Valley spread here, the trade bodies Saturday called for Kashmir bandh on Sunday...

JCCI, KCCI to ‘fight’ jointly for business & developmental issues

Srinagar: The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) and Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industries (JCCI) Friday formally united and decided to fight...

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Kulgam’s education sector faces crisis with 170 key positions vacant

The education sector in southern Kashmir's Kulgam district is struggling due to numerous vacant key positions, including the Chief Education Officer (CEO).
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Union Railway Minister announces Rs 3,694 crore for J-K projects

Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Wednesday said Rs 3,694 crore has been allocated this year for the ongoing railway projects in Jammu and Kashmir.

Srinagar to host Kashmir Marathon on October 20

Jammu and Kashmir's capital city Srinagar is slated to host the maiden event of the Kashmir Marathon on October 20 this year.

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