DSEK registers 114 private coaching centres, promotes 364 employees

DSEK registers 114 private coaching centres, promotes 364 employees

Directorate of School Education, Kashmir has granted registration to 114 private coaching/tuition centres to run in various districts, a DSEK spokesman said in a statement.

J&K among worst performing states in women empowerment: Report

J&K among worst performing states in women empowerment: Report

Women in Jammu and Kashmir constitute a meagre 19.

Kashmir-bound passengers stranded at Delhi airport

Kashmir-bound passengers stranded at Delhi airport

Dozens of Kashmir-bound passengers stranded at Delhi airport from January 16 due to inclement weather, Friday accused an airline of causing unnecessary delay in flying them home.

GK Impact: Now, permanent staff to be engaged in winter tutorials

The directorate of school education Kashmir (DSEK) has ordered to utilise services of permanent faculty of the department in winter tutorial centres across Kashmir.

37 posts of Rehbar-e-Khael remain vacant after selection of 237

Following resentment shown by candidates dropped in the recently issued Rehbar-e-Khael select list for Baramulla district, the chairman selection committee has recommended to the department to fill up the vacant vacancies.

6 months on, state information commission continues to be headless

The state information commission (SIC) continues to be headless even after the governor administration last year amended the Right to Information Act-2009 paving way for the appointment of its head and members during the Governor or the President rule.

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New stem cell technique may help fight cancer: Study

New stem cell technique may help fight cancer: Study

Scientists have developed a new technique to turn pluripotent stem cells -- which can give rise to every cell type in the body -- into mature T cells capable of killing tumours.

Youngest US Congresswoman to give colleagues Twitter lessons

Youngest US Congresswoman to give colleagues Twitter lessons

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman to serve in the US Congress, is set to give her Democratic colleagues in the House of Representatives lessons on how to use Twitter in a more effective way.

Man bedridden after selling kidney to buy iPhone, iPad

Man bedridden after selling kidney to buy iPhone, iPad

A Chinese man who sold his kidney as a teenager to buy the latest Apple iPad and iPhone in 2011 is now bedridden with organ failure, the media reported.

YouTube bans dangerous, harmful pranks

YouTube videos that depict dangerous or emotionally distressing "pranks" have been banned from the platform.

Facebook commits $300 mn to support local news

Facebook has announced to invest over $300 million over the next three years to support local news organisations.

'The Accidental Prime Minister' cleared for release in Pakistan

"The Accidental Prime Minister", which delves on former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's tenure, has been cleared for release in Pakistan with minor cuts, Pakistan's Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) said on Tuesday.

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