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Experts warn against using flood affected books

‘High risk of Cholera, Typhoid, Hepatitis among children;’ SMC to act against shops selling contaminated books

HAROON MIRANI

Srinagar, Oct 31: Experts have warned against buying or using flood affected books as the same carry high risk of infections particularly among children and other vulnerable groups.The recent floods have More



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Camping in Batamaloo, homeless victims cry official apathy

MUDASIR YAQOOB

Srinagar Oct 31: With harsh Himalayan winter approaching fast, twenty eight families of Batamaloo locality who lost their houses and household to floods are spending nights under open sky and are equally More




  • Jammu

125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-Pak border

Jammu, Oct 31: Fearing disturbance due to cross-border firing along Indo-Pak border, Jammu and Kashmir government will relocate 125 polling stations along the borderline in Jammu district to safer places More



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Ebola may not be deadly for everyone: Study

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Washington, Oct 31: Ebola may not be a deadly disease for everyone, suggests a new study that found the virus affects different people differently.A newly developed mouse model suggests that genetic factors More



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