Tight security measures and Covid-19 protocols have been put in place to ensure smooth conduct of the first major electoral exercise in J&K after scrapping of Articles 370 and 35A and bifurcation of the state into two Union Territories on August 5 last year.
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Congress, Left Begin Talks Over Bengal Seats
No agreement in first round of talks as Left Front rejects Cong demand for 130 seats; leaders say deal this month
More Tourists Flocking To Statue Of Unity Than Statue Of Liberty: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday flagged off eight trains connecting Gujarat’s Kevadia, where the Statue of Unity of Sardar Patel is located, to different regions of the country.
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The protesting farmer unions on Sunday condemned the government for trying to disrupt their agitation by misusing central agencies like the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
‘One-Fourth Of Population May Be Already Infected'
Survey suggests over hundred million were infected by September
Moved By Son's Death, Road Safety Trainer Works To Reduce Ambulance Response Time
THE loss of his son because of a delay in getting medical care inspired 31-year-old Shiv Om Singh to train and help others save their near and dear ones.
Reading Habits - ‘Simple language appeals to me'
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Trending - Letters of love
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INDERJEET SINGH BANGA ON BEING HIS OWN ‘THIRD SPACE’ AND THE ART OF HOSPITALITY
COP RETAINS HIS PASSION FOR TEACHING
Though a sub-inspector in Dhanbad, Pankaj Verma takes time out to teach mathematics at a local girls’ school, making things easier for students, reports Mukesh Ranjan
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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.
TWENTIETH CENTURY KASHMIR
In his fourth books, Khalid Bashir Ahmad accesses rare documents to rediscover many people between Allama Iqbal and Sheikh Abdullah to various events from Roti Agitation to the making of National Conference
‘I HAVE RISEN FROM THE GROUND IN THESE ELECTIONS, NOBODY CAN TERM ME A PARACHUTE'
Trained lawyer and wife of former Deputy Chief Minister, Muzaffar Hussain Beigh, Safeena Beigh, who won her DDC election from Wagoora after defeating the PAGD and Apni Party candidate told Yawar Hussain
A READING ROOM
A woman in Jammu sets up a library on her property to encourage students to read and gradually it is emerging a model for societies where families lack enough of space or the situation for the students to study, reports Umar Mukhtar
सीमा पार 150 मीटर लंबी सुरंग का बीएसएफ ने पता लगाया
जम्मू-कश्मीर के कठुआ में
NO SILVER BULLETS FOR DEFENCE
THE CONVERGENCE OF CHALLENGES IN THE YEAR OF THE PANDEMIC MEANS NEW DELHI WILL NEED TO REASSESS ITS MILITARY MODERNISATION, REFOCUS BUDGETS AND ACCELERATE DEFENCE REFORMS THAT HAVE BEEN STUCK FOR OVER TWO DECADES
A militant group’s claim of killing a non-Kashmiri businessman for obtaining a domicile certificate has posed a new challenge for government and security forces
जम्मू-कश्मीर में 28,400 करोड़ रुपये की नई औद्योगिक विकास योजना की घोषणा
जम्मू-कश्मीर प्रशासन ने गुरुवार को 28,400 करोड़ रुपये की नई औद्योगिक विकास योजना (आईडीएस) की घोषणा की, जिसका मकसद राज्य में निवेश, रोजगार सृजन को बढ़ावा देना है।
Hear Roshni Act pleas by December 21, says SC
The Supreme Court asked the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to arrive at a decision on December 21 on review petitions over the controversial Roshni Act.
श्रीनगर में मुठभेड़, तीन आतंकवादी ढेर
केंद्रशासित प्रदेश जम्मू कश्मीर की ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी श्रीनगर के बाहरी इलाके में सुरक्षा बलों के साथ मुठभेड़ में बुधवार को तीन आतंकवादी मारे गये।