Saderkoot residents stage protest against Army’s ‘nocturnal raid’

Saderkoot residents stage protest against Army’s ‘nocturnal raid’

Residents of Saderkoot Bala in this north Kashmir district staged a protest here on Tuesday against the alleged nocturnal raids carried out by the Army, a charge denied by the Army’s Srinagar based spokesman.

Kunan Poshpora mass rape anniversary

Kunan Poshpora mass rape anniversary

Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani today, on the completion of 26 years of Kunan Poshpora tragedy, appealed to the UN Secretary General to conduct the investigation in Kunan Poshpora incident and other like incidents in Kashmir by the United Nations War Crime Tribunal (UNWCT).

Undertake survey of differently abled persons: Mehbooba

Undertake survey of differently abled persons: Mehbooba

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said she has directed the Social Welfare Department to undertake an enumerative survey to identify the differently abled persons in the State so that comprehensive measures are taken for their complete integration into the social set up.

Exam cancelled after mass copying in Soibugh centre

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education on Tuesday cancelled the class 10th private annual examination of Science subject in five exam centres in Soibugh area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district.

Yasin Malik pays tributes to Nadeem Khateeb on his anniversary

Paying rich tributes to pilot Nadeem Khateeb on his anniversary, the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik today said, “Sacrifices of martyrs like Kashmiri pilot Nadeem Khateeb and others symbolize the sanctity and authority of our freedom struggle.

IT minister’s resignation puts Aadhaar enrolments on backburner

The Minister for Information Technology, Imran Raza Ansari's tendering his resignation from the council of ministers for being given “insignificant portfolio” has put the resumption of enrollment of Aadhaar cards on backburner in Jammu and Kashmir.

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China discovers new mutation of bird flu virus

China discovers new mutation of bird flu virus

China has discovered a new mutation of the H7N9 bird flu virus, which is being considered the deadliest till now, a media report said on Tuesday.

Horror movies help identify how brain processes fear, anxiety

Horror movies help identify how brain processes fear, anxiety

Scientists have used scenes from horror movies to identify a key neural pathway in humans that explains how our brain processes feelings of fear and anxiety, a finding that could help unlock new ways to treat mental health disorders.

Heart attacks - not combat situations - killing 6 BSF men every month

Heart attacks - not combat situations - killing 6 BSF men every month

Poor eating habits, unhealthy working conditions, stress and irregular sleep led to 71 cases of cardiac arrest among BSF personnel in 2016 -- or six deaths a month, officials say.

One-third female diabetics have eating disorder: Study

As many as one-third of young women with diabetes could be suffering with a type of eating disorder that prompts them to manipulate or omit insulin intake leading to severe complications such as heart disease, nerve damage and amputation as well as vision problems, researchers say.

Everybody waiting for 'Raees' in Pakistan: Mahira Khan

The film-loving audience in Pakistan is waiting for "Raees" to release in the country, says Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who has made her Bollywood debut with the Shah Rukh Khan starrer.

Deeply affected by Trump immigration ban: Priyanka Chopra

Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, also Unicef's global Goodwill Ambassador, says as a global citizen, US President Donald Trump's recent immigration ban - which she described as a "political witch hunt" - has deeply affected her.

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