Govt issues guidelines to enforce fiscal discipline

Govt issues guidelines to enforce fiscal discipline

Following the wide-ranging public expenditure reforms announced by Finance Minister Dr Haseeb Drabu in the State Legislature earlier this month and making the State Government legally bound to expedite resource utilization, the Finance Department today issued comprehensive guidelines to enforce fis

J&K only state yet to enforce law for prevention of child sexual abuse

J&K only state yet to enforce law for prevention of child sexual abuse

A law for preventing sexual abuse of children has been implemented in all states except Jammu and Kashmir, making it difficult for the judiciary to deal with the offenders.

SHRC asked to frame scheme for army porters

SHRC asked to frame scheme for army porters

The State Human Rights Commission has asked the government to frame a scheme for the porter’s working with the army.

'IRREGULARITIES ETT COLLEGES'

'IRREGULARITIES ETT COLLEGES'

The High Court on Tuesday ordered that the Special Investigating team probing irregularities in admissions to Elementary Teachers Training (ETT) colleges to find out the number of institutions running without proper permissions of Board of School Education (BOSE)

Anganwadi workers stage protest

"We are protesting from last 20 days but there is no response from the authorities," they said.

Congress suspends activist who attended Kathua march

Alleging that people involved in rape and murder of Asifa are being shielded, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) on Tuesday said that party has suspended its activist who participated in a march held in support of the accused rapist and murderer.

Safety, security of students responsibility of Govt to Kashmiri students in Chandigarh : Abdul Haq

On the directions of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Minister for Rural Development Panchayat Raj, Law and Justice, Abdul Haq Khan today met J&K students in Chandigarh University Chandigarh to get the firsthand account of the issues being faced by the students outside their state.

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Wikipedia kills free mobile programme for developing countries

Wikipedia kills free mobile programme for developing countries

Citing low awareness of Wikipedia outside the US and Europe, the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF) has announced it will be stopping its "Wikipedia Zero" programme that provides the service free of charge on mobile phones, in developing countries.

Google AI shows how eyes could reveal heart attack risk

Google AI shows how eyes could reveal heart attack risk

Knowing the risk of a heart attack or a stroke could soon become as simple as an eye test as researchers at Google and its health-tech arm Verily have found that Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) could help identify signals of heart diseases through retinal images.

Land plants arose 100 million years earlier than thought

Land plants arose 100 million years earlier than thought

The first plants to colonise the Earth originated around 500 million years ago -- 100 million years earlier than previously thought, says a new study.

I should pay significantly higher taxes: Bill Gates

Microsoft founder and billionaire Bill Gates has said that he should paymore in taxes and that the government should require other super-wealthy people like him to contribute "significantly higher" amounts.

Quoting WhatsApp message renders 'delete' feature ineffective

If someone has quoted your message on WhatsApp before you delete it, you will still be able to see that message -- rendering the 'Delete for Everyone' feature ineffective, a media report said.

'Aiyaary' banned in Pakistan

Neeraj Pandey's "Aiyaary", a film with a patriotic undertone, has been barred from release in Pakistan.

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