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February 28th, 2013
Remote-sensing Database Upgrade Planning in JK: Omar

Real-time spatial data about Jammu and Kashmir would help decision-making authorities in improving governance in all areas of the state, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said today. “A real-time spatial database available to planners and decision-making authorities would significantly help in improving governance and reaching out to people on development front according to their requirements and development needs in particular sectors,” Abdullah said. Read More