KU staff, faculty pay millions to live in slum-like conditions

KU staff, faculty pay millions to live in slum-like conditions

Despite collecting fifty million rupees annually from residents of its staff quarters, the authorities at University of Kashmir have left them poorly maintained forcing around 200 them live in slum-like conditions.

Authorities unmindful as children must lug heavy bags to school

Authorities unmindful as children must lug heavy bags to school

More than a year after a governmental committee suggested lessening the burden of school bags for children, the school education department has not implemented its recommendations.

SHRC notice to DC Baramulla, SSP Sopore in Hurriyat activist’s killing

SHRC notice to DC Baramulla, SSP Sopore in Hurriyat activist’s killing

Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission has issued notices to deputy commissioner Baramulla and senior superintendent of police Sopore into the killing of Hurriyat activist Hakeemur Rahman Sultani.

Woman gets 2 yrs in jail for forgery: Court suspends sentence for 6 months on humanitarian grounds

A court sentenced a woman to two years in jail for forgery and acquitted her maternal uncle of all charges.

Shutdown in north Kashmir’s Bandipora against militant killings

A complete shutdown is being observed today in north Kashmir’s Bandipora against the killing of five militants during a gunfight with the government forces.

Man critically injured in bear attack in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal

A man was critically injured after a bear attacked him near his home at Teli Mohalla in Lar tehsil of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district last evening.

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'Manto' screening restored after initial hiccups

'Manto' screening restored after initial hiccups

"Manto" is finally screening in theatres across India following cancelation of its first show.

Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report

Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report

After facing a backlash over reports in July that third-party app developers can read your Gmail, Google has once again defended its policy to allow third-party apps to access and share data from Gmail accounts.

Four women in shortlist of six for Man Booker 2018

Four women in shortlist of six for Man Booker 2018

Anna Burns, Esi Edugyan, Daisy Johnson, Rachel Kushner, Richard Powers and Robin Robertson were announced on Thursday as the six authors shortlisted for the 2018 Man Booker Prize for Fiction.

Samsung launches Galaxy A7 with triple rear camera

Samsung Electronics on Thursday joined the smartphone camera war, launching the affordable Galaxy A7 that comes with a powerful rear triple camera system.

Samsung unveils premium home screen range in India

Aiming to change the in-home entertainment space, Samsung India on Tuesday launched "LED for Home" in the country.

Artificial Intelligence can spot fake online reviews

Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can identify machine-generated fake reviews on online e-commerce websites.

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