STATE TIMES NEWS Jammu: Governor Satya Pal Malilk said on Friday the Kashmiri youth has not much to do in the evening as he asked authorities to build a playground in every village of the state. He said sports helps in overall development. “The youth has nothing to do after 6 pm even in Srinagar city. They do not have a cinema hall, cafes or a place to go out for entertainment,” Malilk said while addressing Sarpanchs here. The Governor said that he has instructed its deputy commissioners to ensure carving out of playgrounds in every village. He also announced to set up two international stadiums in Jammu and Srinagar. Talking about the active participation of the youth of the state in sports, he said Real Kashmir, a football team of Kashmir, recently defeated Mohun Bagan football club and the match was watched by 27,000 people. On the recently held local bodies elections, he said despite receiving threat calls, the state managed to conduct peaceful polls.
‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’ to hit screens on July 31, 2020
Religion and science don’t have to be divorced: Vidya Balan
Making ‘Mission Mangal’ was a big risk: Akshay Kumar
Walkathon held on ‘Healthy Aging, Strong Bones’
‘Sridevi: Girl Woman Superstar’: Penguin announces book on Indian cinema legend
© 2017 State Times Daily Newspaper