The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Saturday informed that it was extending its Covid-19 lockdown restrictions till August 5. The earlier order had stated that the lockdown will continue till July 31. The administration noted that in the light of escalating virus infections, it was safest to extend lockdown restrictions till August 5.
“Therefore, after having considered the material facts in the said report and examining the situation in backdrop of prevailing factors, I, District Magistrate, Srinagar, by virtue of powers vested in me u/s 144 CrPC hereby order complete restrictions on public movement / curfew in territorial jurisdiction of District Srinagar,” the order read.
All deer species have antlers, except for the Chinese water deer. Only males have antlers, except for caribou (reindeer). Both male and female caribou have antlers. Antlers grow from boney supporting structures called pedicels, according to ADW. They are covered in “velvet,” which is rich in nerves and blood vessels. When the antlers are fully […]