74% of drinking water samples from Kashmir found contaminated

74% of drinking water samples from Kashmir found contaminated

Around 74 percent of the drinking water samples picked from various sources across Kashmir have been found contaminated with “microbes”, official data has revealed.

Education department acts tough against attachments

Education department acts tough against attachments

The school education department has initiated a two-tier monitoring system to ensure implementation of government directions for cancellation of all attachments in the department.

How lax rules allow tour operators to take pilgrims for a ride, literally

How lax rules allow tour operators to take pilgrims for a ride, literally

All he had prayed for was a chance to undertake the noble journey to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina to perform the Hajj.

Working hours enhanced in Government offices

‘Hizb posters’ ask SPOs to quit

Hizbul Mujahideen posters were seen pasted on several walls here on Tuesday warning Special Police Officers (SPOs) to quit their jobs or face consequences.

HC pushes for juvenile justice law

The High Court on Tuesday directed the government to inform it by August 28 about the enactment of law with regard to juvenile justice in the state.

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Twitter temporarily bans radio show host Alex Jones' account

Twitter temporarily bans radio show host Alex Jones' account

After facing protests on its platform, Twitter has temporarily banned the account of US conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones.

Data-friendly Twitter Lite now available in India

Data-friendly Twitter Lite now available in India

The micro-blogging platform has made its data-friendly Twitter Lite Android app available in 21 more countries, including India, which can be downloaded from Google Play Store.

Facebook refutes report 'Zuckerberg doesn't care about publishers'

Facebook refutes report 'Zuckerberg doesn't care about publishers'

Facebook has denied a media report that cited one of its senior executives as saying that Mark Zuckerberg doesn't care about publishers.

Internet domain names in Indian languages soon

Getting an Internet domain name in English is pass, now get ready to have it in your own regional language.

Facebook tightens noose around fake accounts

The world's largest social media network Facebook on Friday took measures to make it more difficult to run fake or compromised accounts on its platform as it demanded authorization from its users who have a large number of followers in the US.

Salman Khan accepts Kiren Rijiju's fitness challenge

Superstar Salman Khan, who is currently in Malta shooting for his upcoming film "Bharat", on Saturday shared a fitness video after he was nominated in an online challenge by Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju.

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