PIL challenges Govt move to make Aadhaar mandatory

PIL challenges Govt move to make Aadhaar mandatory

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in Jammu and Kashmir High Court challenging the state government’s move making it mandatory for its citizens including employees to obtain Aadhaar card, in contravention of the Supreme Court ruling.

Sedition charges against JNU students, SAR Geelani flayed

Sedition charges against JNU students, SAR Geelani flayed

Separatist leaders and civil society members today condemned the arrest of president Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) and sedition charges against students of the Varsity over holding of a programme on the anniversary of Parliament attack convict Muhammad Afzal Guru.

DSEK seeks registration of trade unions, associations

DSEK seeks registration of trade unions, associations

Tightening its noose around trade unions working in the school education department, Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) Saturday issued a public notice asking the union leaders to submit status of the registration of their associations along with the NoC of its associated members.

Food Security Act implementation from Feb 15

Governor N.N. Vohra reviewed the status regarding implementation of National Food Security Act 2013 in Jammu and Kashmir from 15th February at a meeting held at Raj Bhavan today. The meeting was attended by B.R. Sharma, Chief Secretary; P.K. Tripathi, Principal Secretary to Governor and SaurabhBhagat, Secretary, Consumers Affairs and Public Distribution.

Kashmir students in Delhi allege harassment

Kashmiri students in New Delhi have alleged harassment by police in the wake of protests against the hanging of Muhammad Afzal Guru in Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Woman among two civilians killed after forces allegedly open fire in Pulwama

A youth and a woman died while seven other civilians were injured after being hit by bullets during clashes near an encounter site in Kakapora area of Pulwama on Sunday.

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No offence made out against Salman, Shah Rukh: Cops tell court

No offence made out against Salman, Shah Rukh: Cops tell court

Delhi Police on Friday told a court in the capital that no cognizable offence was made out against actors Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan, who were alleged to have outraged Hindu beliefs on the sets of ‘Big Boss 9’.

Bollywood has made sufi music a separate genre: Kavita Seth

Bollywood has made sufi music a separate genre: Kavita Seth

Singer Kavita Seth says Bollywood has helped Sufi music tremendously, making it a separate genre.

I wish my Bollywood journey was not so hard: Tabu

I wish my Bollywood journey was not so hard: Tabu

She is one of the most formidable actresses and has managed to enjoy a long run in the film industry touted to be male dominated but Tabu says her journey in Bollywood was not a cake walk.

Offering others support can reduce your stress

Cheering up others when they are feeling down or giving other forms of support -- rather than receiving it -- may have unique positive effects on key brain areas involved in stress and reward responses, new research has found.

Daily exercise leads to healthier bones in men

High-impact exercise during adolescence and young adulthood is linked to healthier bones in middle-aged men, reveals a study.

Jaaved Jaaferi to play RAW agent in his next

He is known for his comic roles but actor Jaaved Jaaferi will be seen playing the character of a RAW agent in his upcoming film "Ishq Forever".

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