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Recommended by none yet Magic fruit Padma Award went to Kashmiri theatrist Pran Kishore Kaul

Syed Junaid Hashmi JAMMU, Mar 19: Jammu and Kashmir government officially recommended names of 9 individuals for Padma Awards but the one who was awarded had neither filled the form online nor had been recommended by anyone including the panel of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Kashmiri theatre artist Pran Kishore Kaul, who shot to

HC orders status quo in eviction of legislators from govt accommodations

Jammu Tawi, March 9 High Court today ordered status quo in case pertaining to accommodation held by the ex-Legislators and ministers. Division Bench comprising of Justice Janak Raj Kotwal and Justice Sanjeev Kumar, after hearing Advocates Ajay Sharma and D. S. Chauhan, appearing for the appellant and Jahangir Iqbal Ganai, Advocate General with Ahtsham Bhat,

Take appropriate action for providing treatment to the visually impaired: HC

Jammu Tawi, March 9 In a Public Interest Litigation filed by a NGO Golden Heartz through its Director Parimoksh Seth, regarding seeking direction to state to provide sufficient infrastructure in the school for Blinds in Roop Nagar Jammu including the infrastructure of hostel facilities, boarding and lodging, extra curriculum activities, study material for progression in

Missing MBBS student’s another relative succumbs, father on ventilator, toll 2

Srinagar, Mar 19: One more relative of missing MBBS student, who was injured on Sunday in a road mishap at Unsoo area of Handwara, succumbed to injuries today on wee hours. The mishap occurred yesterday when a car (Tata Bolt, JK09A-5547) they were travelling in, was returning from Odhisa where the MBBS student Suhail Aijaz

After singing Bhajan, Farooq Abdullah turns emotional, says he is attached to Ram

Newspoint Bureau Srinagar, March 19 In New Delhi for the ongoing Zee India Conclave, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir was seen crooning a ‘bhajan’, a report said. After singing few verses of a bhajan dedicated to Lord Ram, Abdullah said, ‘despite being a Muslim, I am very attached to Ram.’ Towards the

Dalai Lama exhorts India to revive its ancient knowledge for world peace

Varanasi, March 19 Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said that India can make certain significant contributions for world peace through inner peace by utilizing ancient Indian knowledge and combining it with the modern education. He also exhorted India to revive its ancient knowledge. “Modern education is very necessary to build material development and technology