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Governor warns of action if women relatives of militants are harassed

Srinagar|Dec 31: Taking cognisance of an incident of alleged harassment of a militant’s family in south Kashmir’s Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Monday said strong action would be taken against police officials if found they were found guilty. “It has been widely reported in media that three close relatives …

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72 years ago, separated by violence this couple had a teary reunion

December 31: Separated by violence and reunited in silence, this is the reunion story of a couple, separated by fate and then reunited. An unjust cobweb of time remained between both of them. The couple was separated by a peasant struggle in Kavumbayi village in Kerala. E K Narayanan Nambiar …

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Female Corporter accuses SMC Mayor of harassment, ‘I was assaulted by Mayor and his Assistant in front of other Corporters’

Srinagar|Dec 31: A female Corporter from Kashmir capital Srinagar has accused Srinagar Municipal Corporation Mayor of ‘assault’ and has registered a formal complaint against him and his Personal Assistant before police station Shaheed Gunj. Shaheen Bhat, who was elected from Ward number 7 of Rajbagh in recently concluded Municipal Polls …

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Forbes lists Pakistan in its ‘Top 10 coolest places to visit in 2019’

Pakistan|Dec 31: Forbes is one of the largest business magazines in America and being listed in its top 10 list will hopefully boost tourism in Pakistan. Forbes, with the help of a specialist by the name of Sara Barbieri with a traveling agency “GeoEx”, formulated the list including their picks …

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Media Gag: FB pages of several local newspapers blocked for ‘local policy violation’

Srinagar, Dec 30: The Facebook pages of several newspapers published from Srinagar have been blocked for local policy violation, say Facebook authorities. Reports said that as Facebook pages of several news papers published from Srinagar remained blocked, the admins of such pages approached Facebook authorities who have cited ‘local policy …

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Deeply shocked, saddened by attempt to violate sanctity of pulpit at Jamia Masjid Srinagar: Mirwaiz

Srinagar|Dec 30: Mirwaiz Molvi Umar Farooq has expressed his shock over the attempt of some hooligans to violate the sanctity of the pulpit at Jamia Masjid Srinagar. Taking to micro blogging social networking site twitter Mirwaiz wrote, “Deeply shocked and saddened by the attempt to violate the sanctity of the …

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‘We have to stop BJP-RSS from entering into valley’: PDP leader Majeed Padder

ND Desk Srinagar|Dec 29:  Former PDP MLA from South Kashmir Majeed Padder today said that BJP-RSS needs to be kept away from Jammu and Kashmir and expressed his belief in people who he requested to bring PDP to power again. Padder after a meeting with party officials excused the hard questions …

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Job aspirant held for forging PM Modi’s signature

Bengaluru|Dec 29: A 30-year-old B.Sc graduate was arrested by the Vidhana Sodha police on Thursday for writing a recommendation letter to the Karnataka High Court registrar by forging Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s signature. The accused, Sanjay Kumar, a native of Belagavi, was desperate to get a government job and allegedly …

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Class 10 results: Restive Pulwama, Shopian districts top overall pass percentage

ND Desk Srinagar|Dec 29: Leading the list of  10th class pass percentage, Pulwama district made mark with 84.50 percentage of students passing the exam followed by Shopian district with 83  percent. Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) announced the results of 10th annual exams today. The results …

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These women IAS, IPS officers made world a better place

ND Correspondent December 29: Empowering communities and  building a better tomorrow civil servants work in every city, town, village, hamlet and district across India doing their duties. Debates have always floated about the hunger of power, corruption and lethargy among the civil service officers. However there have been people transcending all …

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