J&K to get 3 model degree colleges under RUSA

J&K to get 3 model degree colleges under RUSA

In a significant development, the J&K state is set to get three model degree colleges as funds will be released from New Delhi under centrally sponsored Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhyian (RUSA) scheme, an ambitious government of India program in higher education.

23 colleges in J&K without buildings

23 colleges in J&K without buildings

Twenty-three government degree colleges – nine in Kashmir and 14 in Jammu region – are without buildings in Jammu and Kashmir.

Court reserves order on plea seeking further investigation into Major Leetul Gogoi case

Court reserves order on plea seeking further investigation into Major Leetul Gogoi case

The court of chief judicial magistrate Srinagar on Saturday reserved for orders an application seeking “further investigation” into a case against army Major Leetul Gogoi, who was held with a girl at a local hotel here on 23 May.

Saga of pain inside Kashmir’s lone juvenile home

At picturesque Harwan, a white building guarded by the police stands out.

9 injured in Awantipora accident

Nine people including five women were injured in a road mishap on Saturday at Boohu area of Awantipora.

Recruitment in SDRF: Submit deficient documents on July 24 at venue

Chairman Police Recruitment Board for constables in SDRF has informed the candidates of Kashmir province, who have qualified physical endurance test, physical standard test, to submit the deficient documents in original before PRB at RTC ground CRPF Humhama on July, 24, 2018.

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21 Indian-origin persons sentenced in massive call centre fraud in US

21 Indian-origin persons sentenced in massive call centre fraud in US

Twenty-one Indian-origin persons have been sentenced here to up to 20 years for their role in a massive India-based call centre scam which defrauded thousands of US residents of hundreds of millions of dollars, the Justice Department said.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter join Data Transfer Project

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter join Data Transfer Project

To help billions of users manage their data and help them transfer that into and out of online services without privacy issues, four tech giants -- Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter -- on Friday announced to join the open source initiative called Data Transfer Project (DTP).

WhatsApp launches campaign in Pakistan to dispel fake news before polls

WhatsApp launches campaign in Pakistan to dispel fake news before polls

Popular instant messenger service Whatsapp has launched a public awareness campaign in Pakistan to tackle the spread of false information ahead of the July 25 general elections in the country, according to a media report.

Facebook to remove posts that spur violence

Accused of helping to spur violence in countries like Myanmar, Sri Lanka and India, Facebook has said it will begin removing misinformation that leads to violence and physical harm.

Scientists discover new 'Meghalayan age' in Earth's history

Geologists have classified the last 4,200 years as being a distinct Earth age and are calling it a new chapter -- the "Meghalayan Age" -- the onset of which was marked by a mega-drought that crushed a number of civilisations worldwide.

LinkedIn India member base doubles in 4 years to hit 50 mn

Microsoft-owned LinkedIn on Tuesday said its India member base has doubled in the past four years to cross 50 million in the country.

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