News Topic:Kashmir Traders & Manufacturing Federation (KTMF)

Don’t re-impose lockdown, say Traders

Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation (KTMF) has come down heavily on those who are advocating lockdown in Kashmir valley in wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19: Ready to support re-imposing lockdown, says KTMF chief

Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation (KTMF) President Muhammad Yaseen Khan on Saturday said that if government takes any decision to re-impose the lockdown in the wake of rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths due to the pandemic, traders will support the move.

Lockdown: Traders agree to follow SoP if markets open in Srinagar

The final meeting to open shops in the city centre—Lal Chowk and other areas of Srinagar will be taken after a crucial meeting between traders and the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar tomorrow afternoon, official sources said.

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.

J&K Government revokes PSA detention orders of 28 persons

SRINAGAR — The Jammu & Kashmir Government on Friday evening revoked Public Safety Act (PSA) detention orders of 28 persons languishing in different jails...

KTMF president Yasin Khan under NIA’s radar

SRINAGAR — Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers (KTMF) president Yasin Khan has received a summon from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) asking him to be...

Exams as per schedule tomorrow, says KU

SRINAGAR — The Kashmir University’s Controller Examination on Monday said that “everything will be alright” in Kashmir Valley tomorrow and as such, examination will...

Students ask KU to postpone exams scheduled tomorrow

SRINAGAR — Students of Kashmir University on Monday urged authorities to postpone exams scheduled for tomorrow in wake of the joint strike called by...

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