J&K yet to have a commission for protection of child rights

J&K yet to have a commission for protection of child rights

Unlike other states in India, Jammu and Kashmir doesn’t have a commission for the protection of child rights.

Women equal stakeholder in peace, development: Safina Beig

Women equal stakeholder in peace, development: Safina Beig

Observing that women are equal stakeholders in nation building and peace process, newly appointment women wing president of Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) Safina Beig today called upon womenfolk to work assiduously for restoring lasting peace in J&K.

Anganwari workers protest in Ganderbal

Anganwari workers protest in Ganderbal

Police used force to disperse a rally of Anganwari workers at Ganderbal on Saturday.

Hurriyat (G) seminar on Iqbal Day today

Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani today expressed serious concern over what he said the fresh crackdown and nocturnal raids on the youth by the government forces in Kashmir.

District Development Board meeting called off

The district development board meeting of Bandipora was cancelled on Saturday by its chairman and minister for technical education and youth services and sports Imran Raza Ansari after legislators complained to him that the plan was not discussed with them by the authorities.

MLA Langate completes 24-hour hunger strike for justice to Kathua victim

On a cold and wet Friday night while the streets of Srinagar were deserted, there was a slight murmur of activity in the city’s Press Enclave.

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Heart patients who walk faster hospitalised less

Heart patients who walk faster hospitalised less

Increasing the pace of walking may bring some added benefits as researchers have found that faster walking patients with heart disease are hospitalised less.

Skull surgery performed on Stone Age cow: Study

Skull surgery performed on Stone Age cow: Study

For the first time, a definite example of cranial surgery has been found in a cow from Stone age that suggests that animal trials were held before graduating to humans, a study said.

Delhi based designer Leena Singh dedicates her 2018 collection to Kashmiri craftsmen

Delhi based designer Leena Singh dedicates her 2018 collection to Kashmiri craftsmen

A New Delhi based designer Leena Singh has dedicated her autumn-winter 2018 collection to the karigars(craftsmen) of Kashmir.

AMU doctors enter Guinness for gallbladder surgery on youngest infant

A team of surgeons at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for performing a delicate gallbladder surgery on a 244-day-old girl, breaking the previous record of such a surgery on a 271-day-old infant.

Photographer shot dead during celebratory firing at wedding

A photographer was killed after he was allegedly shot during celebratory firing at a wedding, the city police said today.

Facebook not yet ready with digital payments on Messenger in India

Facebook has no plans as of now to bring digital payment facility to its Messenger application in India, informed sources said on Thursday.

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