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LOK SABHA POLLS: Police advisory bars roadshows by leaders, contestants

LOK SABHA POLLS: Police advisory bars roadshows by leaders, contestants

With political activities in Jammu and Kashmir picking up ahead the general elections scheduled to start next month, the police have issued a security advisory asking political leaders and contestants to avoid holding road-shows and go for public rallies only after a proper security clearance, offi

Firefighting capability utterly compromised in Kupwara

Firefighting capability utterly compromised in Kupwara

Fire and emergency services department in Kupwara district faces a shortfall of more than 350 employees, including firefighters, leaving some 369 villages faced with high risk of a blaze spreading.

Bandipora college calls off ‘Youth Summit’ after students protest

Bandipora college calls off ‘Youth Summit’ after students protest

The authorities of Government Degree College Bandipora had to call off a seminar on Tuesday after students objected to army's presence in the program on the college campus.

Forces conduct house to house searches in Sopore

Forces conduct house to house searches in Sopore

Government forces launched a cordon and search operation in Hathlangoo area of Sopore in north Kashmir's Baramulla district on Tuesday afternoon.

Siblings drown in Rafiabad stream

Now, kindergarten sections in Govt schools too

Like private schools, government-run schools too will now have kindergarten sections if the 50 such model classes started by the school education department in Kashmir succeed.

Tekipora villagers restive for absence of amenities

Thousands of villagers in Lolab in frontier Kupwara of northern Kashmir district are restive and angry against the district administration, saying the remote area has not been provided basic amenities for decades.

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Human brain can detect Earth's magnetic field

Human brain can detect Earth's magnetic field

A team of scientists has found that the human brain is capable of detecting the Earth's magnetic field, challenging previous studies.

518 million years old soft tissues found in China

518 million years old soft tissues found in China

Scientists have discovered a "stunning" trove of thousands of fossils on a river bank in China.

Centre enters cockpit to curb air fare hike

Centre enters cockpit to curb air fare hike

Union government on Wednesday said it was working with the airlines to increase capacity across sectors to keep a check on spiralling air fares.

Apple launches new AirPods with improved talk time

Introducing its second generation of wireless headphones, Apple on Wednesday launched new AirPods designed to deliver more talk time.

Samsung 5G phone to hit the market on April 5

Samsung on Thursday said it will release its first 5G smartphone in the first week of April in South Korea, making it the world's first mobile device with the next-generation network capability.

Artificial Intelligence couldn't catch New Zealand attack video streaming: Facebook

Facing flak for failure to block the live broadcast of the New Zealand terrorist attack last week, Facebook on Thursday said that its Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools were not "perfect" to detect the horrific video.

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