Kin of Aripanthan victims say compensation doesn’t heal wounds

Kin of Aripanthan victims say compensation doesn’t heal wounds

A day after the Independence Day in 2016, four men were killed by government forces in Aripanthan village of Budgam district.

People in Kashmir fed up with stirs, want normal life: GoC

People in Kashmir fed up with stirs, want normal life: GoC

The people in Kashmir are fed up with agitations and want to live normal lives which is evident from the decreasing number of people participating in protests, a senior Army officer said today.

Medical Negligence? Husband wants to know cause of death of his young wife

Medical Negligence? Husband wants to know cause of death of his young wife

Tariq Iqbal of Bemina here is running from pillar to post to know the cause of the death of his young wife, who according to him died due to alleged medical negligence by doctors of LD Hospital in June.

Police foil AIP’s protest march :Rasheed among dozens detained

Police on Tuesday foiled a protest march of the Awami Itehad Party (AIP) by detaining its supremo along with several party volunteers here.

COLOURFUL FUNCTIONS ACROSS KASHMIR MARK 71ST I-DAY

The 71st Independence Day was celebrated with fervor across Kashmir today with colourful functions held at the district and tehsil headquarters.

Protest in Pampore

The residents of Wuyan Bala village of Pampore tehsil in Pulwama district here on Tuesday staged protest after graffitis were seen on walls there.

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Breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women a year by 2020

Breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women a year by 2020

Lack of early diagnosis of breast cancer may kill 76,000 Indian women in a year by 2020, says a study, one of whose researchers is of Indian origin.

Chinese developers sue Apple for 'abuse of App Store control'

Chinese developers sue Apple for 'abuse of App Store control'

Apple is facing regulatory problems in China after a group of 28 app developers filed a complaint against the Cupertino-based American multinational technology giant, accusing the company for "abuse of market power and App Store control".

Facebook launches YouTube competitor called 'Watch'

Facebook launches YouTube competitor called 'Watch'

In an apparent bid to take on Google-owned YouTube, Facebook has rolled out 'Watch' - a redesigned video platform for creators and publishers.

New WhatsApp Beta version shows UPI payment feature

WhatsApp will soon facilitate instant money transfer via the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) transaction system, shows a new Beta update by the Facebook-owned mobile messaging platform.

Arundhati Roy leads Man Booker prize 2017 longlist

Twenty years after Arundhati Roy won the Man Booker prize for her debut novel "The God of Small Things", the Indian author has been longlisted for the 50,000 pound award for her second title, "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness", the media reported on Thursday.

'Asia is poised for climate leadership'

After the US withdrawal from the Paris deal, Asia is poised for climate leadership even in the absence of a common pattern of responses on climate politics from different Asian countries, a leading environment expert has said.

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