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Kulgam encounter: Two militants killed, operation on
6/24/2018 5:09:18 PM
Kulgam, June 24: Two LeT militants have been killed so far in the ongoing encounter which broke out between goverment forces and militants Cheedar Matalhama area of Qaimoh of South Kashmir's Kulgam district. Photographs of the slain militants have appeared from the encounter suggesting the killing of militants during the brief shootout. Meanwhile identification of militants is yet to be ascertained.
Encounter broke out in Kulgam
6/24/2018 3:35:12 PM
Anantnag, June 24:Encounter broke out between militants and security forces in Cheedar Matalhama Village of Kulgam District. Reports said that militants hiding in the village fired upon a patrolling party. Kulgam police confirmed and said that security forces have engaged the militants into the gun battle. Firing was going on when this report was being filled.
JK Rowling's generosity brings smiles to these Jammu and Kashmir students
6/24/2018 2:25:52 PM
Agencies Harry Potter author JK Rowling has always been generous to her fans and all the Potterheads out there. She was in the news for sending Harry Potter books to Syrian children who wanted to read them to distract themselves from the relentless bombings. This time, another fan-letter reached Rowling from Jammu & Kashmir. 12-year-old Kulsum wrote a heartwarming letter to the author. She wrote, "I am not inspired by JK Rowling only because she writes well but also because she has faced
Violence cannot solve any problem: PM Modi
6/24/2018 1:08:12 PM
Agencies Violence and cruelty can never solve a problem and it is peace and non-violence which always win, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on his Mann ki Baat radio show on Sunday.Referring to Guru Nanak Dev and Kabir Das, he said they worked towards social harmony and fought against casetism.He also referred to Bharatiya Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee, saying he worked for the unity and integrity of India.Talking about the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, the Prime Minister said the lesson to be learnt from the incident is that “violence and cruelty can never solve any problem. It is peace and non-violence, renunciation and martyrdom that are triumphant in the end”.
Swachh Survekshan 2018: Indore cleanest Indian city, Jharkhand on top among states
6/24/2018 12:38:01 PM
Agencies New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh's Indore and Bhopal emerged as the cleanest cities in the country occupying the top two slots in the Swachh Survekshan 2018 – a nationwide cleanliness survey conducted by Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry. This is the second consecutive time that Indore has received the tag for the cleanest city of the country. Chandigarh and New Delhi (NDMC) emerged as the third and fourth cleanest cities in the survey. Among the states, Jharkhand - which was placed last in the survey in 2015 - emerged as the cleanest state in the country. Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh took the second and third slots respectively. Meanwhile, the Delhi Cantonment Board (DCB)
14 killed in shooting attacks in Mexican border city
6/24/2018 12:35:45 PM
Agencies CIUDAD JUREZ: At least 14 people were killed today in three shooting incidents in the northern Mexican city of Juarez, notorious for its drug gang related violence. One of the attacks occurred in the southern part of the city, where eight men who were gathered watching the World Cup football match between Mexico and South Korea, were shot at by armed gunmen who killed six and injured two, according to security officials. Almost simultaneously, in a downtown neighbourhood, five other men gathered at a hairdressing salon to watch football were killed by a group who arrived at the scene in a blue van, according to witnesses. Hours earlier, during the early hours of the morn
As Saudi Ends Ban, Riyadh Erupts In Midnight Cheers For A Woman In A Car
6/24/2018 12:32:20 PM
Agencies RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA:Every few metres someone -- a newlywed couple, a group of young girls with balloons -- stops Samar Almogren to cheer her on or flash her a thumbs-up. It's midnight in Riyadh, and she's making her way across the city she was born and raised in, finally in the driver's seat of her own car. Saudi Arabia's notorious ban on women driving ended on Sunday. After drinking tea and counting down the minutes, at midnight, Samar -- a TV anchor and mother-of-three -- went upstairs to kiss her four-year-old son Salloum goodnight. She then put on a flowing white abaya, strode out of her front door, accompanied by her best friend, and walked towards a white GMC park
Vadodara school murder: Class 9 student found dead with multiple stab wounds in toilet, senior pupil arrested
6/24/2018 11:50:59 AM
Agencies Vadodara: Gujarat Police on Saturday arrested a Class 10 boy for allegedly killing a junior student in a school, an official said on Saturday. The accused, 17, has been held under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act. The 14-year-old boy, a Class 9 student, was found dead with multiple stab wounds in the washroom of the school on Friday. The victim had 10 stab wounds on his body, Deputy Police Commissioner (DCP) R S Bhagora had said.Reports suggest that the accused had planned the murder after teachers scolded him for not getting his homework to school. He allegedly wanted the administration to shut the school. The accused came under light after he was
Zimbabwe president survives bomb attack at election rally
6/24/2018 11:50:07 AM
Agencies Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has survived an apparent bomb attack at a rally in the city of Bulawayo. Mnangagwa said on Saturday an object "exploded a few inches away from me - but it is not my time", BBC reported. Video footage from White City Stadium shows an explosion happening close to Mnangagwa as he was leaving the stage having addressed supporters. While the president was unhurt, state TV reports that Vice-President Kembo Mohadi has suffered a leg injury. Mnangagwa says he has visited the injured in hospital. He condemned the violence as senseless and pleaded for unity. Mnangagwa came to power last November, ousting his former mentor Robert Mugabe.
9 killed in Andhra road accident
6/24/2018 11:41:10 AM
Agencies VIJAYAWADA: Nine persons were killed and four others injured when a bus hit an auto-rickshaw in Andhra Pradesh's Kurnool district early on Sunday, police said. The accident occurred near Somayajulapalle on Kurnool-Nandyal highway. The state-owned Road Transport Corporation bus hit the auto, which was carrying 13 people. While seven died on the spot, two others succumbed in a nearby hospital. The injured were shifted to a government hospital in KurnoolAccording to the police, three auto-rickshaws were coming from wrong direction. While two vehicles passed safely, the third was hit by the bus. A group of villagers from Penugondla and Kalapari villages had boarded the auto-ricksha
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