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Delhi gang rape case: Victim’s mother awaits justice 5 years after her death

December 16, 2017 Awaiting justice, the Delhi gang rape victim’s mother said on Saturday that even after five years the culprits are alive. It was on this day in December 2012, when six people gang-raped a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern, in a moving bus. “Even after five years, her culprits are alive. If justice isn’t served […]

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GST Council Clears E-Way Bill Mechanism For Movement Of Goods

December 16, 2017 New Delhi: The all-powerful GST Council has approved mandatory compliance of e-way bill for intra-state movement of goods from June 1, 2018, sources said. The Council has fixed February 1 as the compliance date for inter-state movement of goods, sources in the panel added. The e-way bill facility bill be available for […]

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Yemeni forces fire retaliatory missile at Saudi army command in Jizan

Sat Dec 16, 2017 Yemeni forces have reportedly fired a ballistic missile at a Saudi army command and control center in the kingdom’s southwestern Jizan region, as the Riyadh regime steps up its bloody attacks against the country. A Yemeni military source told Arabic-language al-Masirah television network on Saturday that the medium-range Qaher M-2 missile had accurately hit the […]

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Rahul Gandhi takes charge as Congress president

December 16, 2017 Soon after taking charge as the Congress president, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a frontal attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party, accusing it of spreading hatred and alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was taking India back to medieval times. Gandhi said the BJP is “fighting for itself”, while the Congress is […]

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Tral shuts to mourn the death of JeM militant

tral;-A complete shutdown is being observed today in Tral township of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district to mourn the death of Jaish-e-Mohammad militant. All shops and other business establishments remained closed in the town while public transport was off the roads. On Saturday morning, locals found the body of a JeM militant in Eidgah area of […]

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Private educational institutions can conduct remedial classes: DSEK

SRINAGAR, : Following the public demand, the Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) today granted permission for remedial classes to be conducted by the recognized private educational institutions of Kashmir division. “The recognized private educational institutions of Kashmir division can conduct remedial teaching classes during winter vacations, subject to certain conditions,” Director School Education Kashmir, […]

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Naeem Akhtar asks students to be torch-bearers of peace, humanity

RAJOURI,: Minister for Public Works, Naeem Akhtar today stressed on the need to inculcate moral values and ethics among the students who become the future leaders and guide the nation towards the path of development. The Minister was addressing a gathering of scholars, students and academicians at the 13th Foundation Day celebrations of Baba Ghulam […]

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Zulfkar inaugurates LMD Working Standards Laboratory

KATHUA, – Minister for Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs and Tribal Affairs Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today inaugurated Working Standard Laboratory of Legal Metrology Department at Kathua constructed at the cost of Rs. 66 lakh. The Minister, while speaking on the occasion, said the Legal Metrology Department has been entrusted with a noble responsibility of […]

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2017 proved deadliest year since 2010

Srinagar, : The year 2017 proved deadliest of all years since 2010 in terms of the killings due to various incidents of violence in the already strife- torn Jammu and Kashmir. As per the records available with various defence portals, till December 10, this year, there were total number of 221 militants killed in various […]

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KU VC chairs meeting of college principals

Srinagar,: Vice Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi chaired a meeting of college principals to discuss various academic and examination-related issues. The meeting, apart from deliberating on academic and examination schedules, held a detailed discussion on repeated requests and representations—especially through print media—from students that their 5th and 6th semester examinations be held simultaneously. The […]

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