Still opportunities for India, Pak to resolve Kashmir : Omar

Still opportunities for India, Pak to resolve Kashmir : Omar

India and Pakistan have squandered a lot of good chances to resolve the Kashmir issue, but there are still opportunities, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah has said.

Govt snatching right to education: Geelani

Govt snatching right to education: Geelani

Chairman of his faction of Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Geelani said Sunday the government decision to close private tuition centre was meant to deny students their right to education.

‘Doctor arrested for ferrying militant innocent’

‘Doctor arrested for ferrying militant innocent’

Witnesses and family of a doctor who was arrested by government forces late Saturday evening in Anantnag for ferrying a militant claimed he is innocent.

Land grabbing attempt at Tral horticulture nursery, no FIR yet

The administration is yet to book the culprits who last week made an attempt to grab a portion of land at government horticulture nursery Tral.

Mandatory anti-sexual harassment cells missing from most workplaces in J&K

Unlike other states, most of the establishments across Jammu and Kashmir, especially educational institutions, private companies and banks don’t have the mandatory Internal Complaints Committees (ICC), the anti-sexual harassment cells meant for victims of physical, mental or sexual harassment at workplace.

In Naidkhai health centre, driver and casual labours perform night duty

Two casual labours and an ambulance driver have been assigned duty of serving patients at night at New Type Primary Health Centre Naidkhai in Bandipora district.

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Heart patients who walk faster hospitalised less

Heart patients who walk faster hospitalised less

Increasing the pace of walking may bring some added benefits as researchers have found that faster walking patients with heart disease are hospitalised less.

Skull surgery performed on Stone Age cow: Study

Skull surgery performed on Stone Age cow: Study

For the first time, a definite example of cranial surgery has been found in a cow from Stone age that suggests that animal trials were held before graduating to humans, a study said.

Delhi based designer Leena Singh dedicates her 2018 collection to Kashmiri craftsmen

Delhi based designer Leena Singh dedicates her 2018 collection to Kashmiri craftsmen

A New Delhi based designer Leena Singh has dedicated her autumn-winter 2018 collection to the karigars(craftsmen) of Kashmir.

AMU doctors enter Guinness for gallbladder surgery on youngest infant

A team of surgeons at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has made it to the Guinness Book of World Records for performing a delicate gallbladder surgery on a 244-day-old girl, breaking the previous record of such a surgery on a 271-day-old infant.

Photographer shot dead during celebratory firing at wedding

A photographer was killed after he was allegedly shot during celebratory firing at a wedding, the city police said today.

Facebook not yet ready with digital payments on Messenger in India

Facebook has no plans as of now to bring digital payment facility to its Messenger application in India, informed sources said on Thursday.

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