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‘I sold tea but I did not sell the nation’: PM Modi responds to Congress jibe

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a salvo at the Congress for being anti-poor and alleged that the party’s leaders have always treated him with contempt because of his humble background. “The Congress dislikes me because of my poor origins. Can a party stoop so low? Yes, a person belonging to a poor family has become […]

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Schools in Siberian town remain open even as temperature falls to -50C

OYMYAKON: Schools in the town of Oymyakon in Russia‘s Sakha Republicremained open on Thursday even as the temperature dropped to -50 degrees Celsius. The schools in town call off the classes only when the temperature falls to -52 degrees. On November 23, the mercury level in the city was two degrees short of the required limit to kick off […]

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Burglar arrested in Anantnag , stolen goods recovered :

ANANTNAG:-Police Station Kokernag received a written Complaint from one person namely Mohammad Afzal Mir son of Gh Mohiuddin Mir Resident of Narowpora Watnad Kokernag in which he stated that he has parked his vehicle at road side and some unknown burglar stolen one tyre of his vehicle , a police spokesman told Sachnews Jammu Kashmir […]

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State sponsored terrorism most dangerous, says Geelani, ‘Need to realize its all aspects’

Srinagar:-Syed Ali Geelani on Monday said that state sponsored terrorism is most dangerous, saying mere rhetoric about self-made definition of terrorism can’t make an end to this menace. Reacting to the statement of prime minister of India Narendra Modi, wherein he has said that ‘’terrorism must be fought unitedly” in his in his monthly radio […]

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‘Miscreants’ hurl petrol bomb on CRPF in Downtown Srinagar

Srinagar;-A CRPF man received minor injuries in a petrol bomb attack in Safa Kadal area of Downtown Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday evening, reports quoting police said. “Unidentified miscreants hurled a petrol bomb at the CRPF personnel deployed on law-and-order duty at the Malik Angan locality of Safakadal, resulting in […]

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Div Com reviews progress of work on CUK

SRINAGAR, : Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan today reviewed the progress on the development work of Central University of Kashmir (CUK) that is being constructed at Ganderbal. The meeting was attended by Vice Chancellor CUK, Registrar CUK, ADC Ganderbal and other concerned. The Divisional Commissioner was informed that the work on the campus is […]

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After “Waiving off” fee for girl students, govt. forgets to provide financial assistance to schools for “classroom” requirements.

Baramulla : One year after announcing “waiving off”, the fee for girl students in government run schools,  the government has allegedly forgotten to provide special grants to the schools to meet out the class room expenses like chalks, boards, markers etc. Scores of Head of the institutions in North Kashmir told vov that the rural schools […]

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Screening test for CM’s Super-50 coaching programme on Dec 3

SRINAGAR, NOVEMBER 27: Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) today said that date of registration of students for Chief Minister’s Super-50 coaching programme had already been extended till November 28, 2017 and date of screening test has been fixed for December 3 (Sunday). According to the DSEK, the screening test for physics, chemistry and biology […]

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JAMMU: Minister for Finance, Labour & Employment Dr Haseeb Drabu today reviewed the functioning of various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) in the State. The meeting was attended by Principal Secretary Finance, Navin Kumar Choudhary, Commissioner Secretary Industries & Commerce, Shailendra Kumar and Managing Directors of J&K Industries Limited, J&K Minerals Limited, J&K Cements Limited, J&K […]

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2 injured in Hajin clashes after forces fire pellets

Bandipora: At least two civilians were injured in northern Kashmir’s Bandipora district in clashes during cordon and search operation (CASO) Monday while as local residents alleged that the government forces set afire the stacks of dried grass. Local sources revealed to the Kashmir Reader that intense protests erupted soon after soldiers from Indian army’s 13 […]

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