Bijbehara shuts on anniversary of three local militants

Bijbehara shuts on anniversary of three local militants

A complete shutdown was observed in Bijbehara area of Anantnag district on Thursday to pay tributes to three local militants killed on this day in 2015.

Relief department seeks relief from frequent transfers

Relief department seeks relief from frequent transfers

When the PDP and BJP joined hands to form the government in J&K in 2015, one of their first major decisions was to create a separate ministry of the Relief and Rehabilitation for reaching out to the 2014 flood victims and strengthening disaster management preparedness in the state.

‘Outside syllabus’ Chemistry paper: 5000 students of class 12 apply for re-examination

‘Outside syllabus’ Chemistry paper: 5000 students of class 12 apply for re-examination

As many as 5000 students of class 12 have applied for re-examination of their chemistry paper.

Govt school in Ganderbal locked over poor performance

A government school in Ganderbal district was locked by the locals over its poor performance in the recently declared 8th and 9th class examinations.

Govt again assigns election related work to teachers

Months after J&K government assured not to involve teachers in any non teaching assignments including elections, a circular has been issued asking teachers to attend 10 days ‘special drive’ for election related works.

Frequent traffic congestions jam public life in Shopian town

People of Shopian complained about “worst traffic jams” in the town, saying these congestions virtually hinder the public movement.

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World's smallest tape recorder built from bacteria

World's smallest tape recorder built from bacteria

Researchers have converted a natural bacterial immune system into the world's smallest data recorder, laying the groundwork for a new class of technologies that use bacterial cells for everything from disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring.

Padmavati cleared by British Censor Board for UK audience

Padmavati cleared by British Censor Board for UK audience

Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed "Padmavati", whose release has been postponed amid the protests here, has been cleared by British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) for the UK audience.

Facebook launches digital, start-up training hubs in India

Facebook launches digital, start-up training hubs in India

Facebook on Wednesday introduced its digital training and start-up training hubs in India aimed at helping small businesses and people grow by giving them the digital skills they need to compete in today's digital economy.

Violence against women the 'baddest' thing: Shah Rukh Khan

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan said the worst thing to happen in today's age is any form of violence against women.

Fringe group announces Rs 1 cr for 'burning Deepika alive'

As the controversy over Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film "Padmavati" continued to simmer, a fringe group today targeted actress Deepika Padukone, announcing a reward of Rs 1 crore for anyone "burning her alive".

Facebook, Google join 'The Trust Project' to fight fake news

In their bid to fight fake news and help readers identify trustworthy news sources, Facebook, Google, Twitter and several media organisations have joined the non-partisan "The Trust Project".

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