Ready for dialogue with all, but talks and terror can’t go together: Rajnath

Ready for dialogue with all, but talks and terror can’t go together: Rajnath

Many “issues and problems” confronting Jammu and Kashmir can be resolved through democracy, the union home minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday, and asserted that the government of India was ready to hold talks with anyone including Pakistan on Kashmir, but hurried to add that “

1.86 lakh candidates to appear in BOSE exams

1.86 lakh candidates to appear in BOSE exams

Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Examination (BOSE) is conducting annual examinations for 10th, 11th and 12th standards beginning October 24 in which 1.

SAC to give go-ahead for setting up Anti-Corruption Bureau

SAC to give go-ahead for setting up Anti-Corruption Bureau

The State Administrative Council (SAC) is set to clear a proposal to re-christen the Vigilance Organization (VO) in J&K as Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), sources told Greater Kashmir.

Order assigning Patwaris exam duty revoked

Order assigning Patwaris exam duty revoked

Facing ire from the teaching community, the district administration Baramulla has revoked the controversial order under which Patwaris had been assigned board exam duty.

Genuine demands of SSA teachers to be fulfilled: Navin Choudhary

Principal Secretary, Finance, Navin K Choudhary, today chaired a meeting of the State Committee set up to address the issues of Sarva Shikhsha Abhiyan (SSA) teachers working in different areas of J&K.

Unexploded grenade found in Ganderbal, defused

Panic gripped Badergund area of Ganderbal district on Tuesday when an unexploded grenade was spotted by some locals who immediately informed police.

‘No firing incident at Wathoora’

Jammu and Kashmir police Tuesday said that there was no aerial firing by the army and that a few tear gas shells were used on the protestors who had blocked the road in Wathoora area of Chadoora in central Kashmirs’ Budgam district.

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Stephen Hawking's wheelchair, thesis for sale

Stephen Hawking's wheelchair, thesis for sale

Stephen Hawking was a cosmic visionary, a figure of inspiration and a global celebrity.

Nick Clegg facing flak for joining Facebook

Nick Clegg facing flak for joining Facebook

Former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who earlier criticised Facebook for paying too little tax in Britain, is now facing flak for joining the social network as its head of global affairs, the media reported.

'Anonymous Facebook ads influenced nearly 10 mn British voters'

'Anonymous Facebook ads influenced nearly 10 mn British voters'

An anonymous political campaign on Facebook has reached nearly 10 million voters, asking them via advertisements to oppose British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, the media reported on Saturday.

NASA calls for science payloads for delivery to Moon

In line with its plan to conduct more research on the Moon's surface ahead of a human return, NASA has issued a call for science instruments and technology payloads that will fly on commercial lunar landers as early as next year or 2020.

Aerobic exercises may help reduce depression

Supervised aerobic exercises have large antidepressant treatment effects for patients with major depression, an analysis of randomised controlled clinical trials suggests.

Indians prefer free digital content over paid services: Study

Indians prefer to stream free content offered by the likes of YouTube over paid services like Netlfix and Amazon, according to a study.

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