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Lok Sabha Members Flag High Pendency, Vacancies In Judiciary
Ask govt to revisit collegium system; Law Minister Kiren Rijiju likely to reply to debate today
UAE Work Week To Be 4.5 Days Long, Saturday-Sunday Weekend
The Gulf nation currently has a Friday-Saturday weekend
‘Change Yourself Or There'll Be Changes,' PM Modi Warns BJP MPs
Warning BJP MPs on the issue of attendance, he says ‘even children don’t like being told so many times’
End Of An Era: Germany's Merkel Bows Out After 16 Yrs
She served alongside 4 US Presidents, 4 French Presidents, 5 British Prime Ministers and 8 Italian Premiers
India Adds Ghana, Tanzania To List Of ‘At Risk' Countries
Country has supplied over 723L doses of Covid vaccine to 94 countries, 2 UN entities: Govt
India Says Disturbed Over Sentencing Of Aung San Suu Kyi
India on Tuesday said it is "disturbed" by the recent verdicts relating to Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi and others, saying the rule of law and the democratic process must be upheld.
India among most unequal nations
Top 1% of population holds 22% of national income: Report
Major General Rank Officer to head Army Court inquiry
NAGALAND ‘TENSE BUT CALM’; HORNBILL FESTIVAL CALLED OFF, CABINET SEEKS REPEAL OF AFSPA
PM targets SP, says red-capped people spell red alert for UP
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday equated the red caps worn by Samajwadi Party workers with red beacons that suggest a hunger for power, sounding a red alert against them in the state which chooses its next government early next year.
Positivity rate 0.1%; 1 death added on Mon
The national Capital reported 51 cases of COVID-19 and zero death on Tuesday as the daily positivity rate stood at 0.1 per cent, according to data shared by the health department here.
What It Takes To Sell Indian Saffron!
The saffron of Kashmir has long been considered the world’s finest, but drought is threatening the livelihood and traditions of its farming families.
Army's J&K Drill To Get Behind Enemy Lines
The Army on Tuesday conducted a helicopter-borne exercise in the higher reaches of the Kashmir Valley to practice inserting a task force “behind enemy lines in an intense air defence and electronic warfare operating environment”.
Mercury dips after fresh snowfall in hills
The mercury plummeted by 5-6° Celsius at several places in the north-western Himalayas on Monday as several parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand received fresh snowfall, officials familiar with the matter said.
Sanak is a travel photographer with a passion for shooting landscapes, urbanscapes and architecture. Professionally, he is a practising optometrist based in Muscat, Oman, for the last 14 years. His work has been exhibited in more than 30 countries globally, and he has more than 200 awards to his name. He was also awarded a few distinctions such as EFIP from Federation of Indian Photography and EFIAP from Federation international de L’art Photographique (Brussels).
30-YEAR DEATH MYSTERY EXPOSED!
ONE PERSON HOLDS THE TRUTH ABOUT FREDDIE MERCURY’S FINAL RESTING PLACE
PROTESTS AFTER THREE KILLED IN ENCOUNTER
THE Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday said three militants, including a top commander of TRF, were killed in a brief encounter in Srinagar. However, the eyewitnesses said the trio was unarmed and killed by policemen when there was no retaliation from the former's side.
On J&K visit, finance minister inaugurates projects worth ₹165 cr
UNION Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday arrived here on her first visit to Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 and inaugurated projects worth ₹165 crore.
Terrorists killing civilians despite high security
“There has been a massive security ramp up with no consequential results'.
Kashmir skier Arif qualifies for Winter Olympics
MUMBAI: Arif Khan, India's alpine skier from Kashmir, had big plans for this year. He was due to get married in September, but as borders opened up he set his sights on something else. “He decided to postpone his wedding. And soon left for Austria to train and focus on qualifying for the Winter Olympics," his father Yasin Khan said.
J&K Cong dissidents want Azad as CM candidate
TROUBLE brewing in yet another state unit, the Congress high command has swung into action and is in touch with the leadership in Jammu and Kashmir to iron out differences, keeping in mind that Assembly elections can take place soon.