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South Kashmir: Militant killed in Tral gunfight

South Kashmir: Militant killed in Tral gunfight

“A joint team of 42RR, SOG Tral and CRPF cordoned off the Chopan Mohalla area of Tral following a specific input about the presence of some militants,” a police officer told GNS. A militant was killed in an ongoing gunfight in Chopan Mohallah in Seer area of Tral in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Monday.

Create awareness among school kids on Blue Whale: SC to states

The Supreme Court today directed all State Governments to make school children aware of the dangers posed by virtual dare games like Blue Whale Challenge. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said school-going children should be made aware about the “beauty of life” and the

Egg prices on the boil;shoot up to Rs 7-7.50/piece

The upward trend would continue in the coming months as egg production is likely to be lower by 25-30 per cent this year, he said. “Egg prices have increased significantly as many poultry farms have reduced production for the current year because they did not get better rates last year,” Katri told . In 2016-17,

Another youth shuns violence, ‘returns home’ in south Kashmir

Days after footballer-turned-militant Majid Khan surrendered before Army, another local militant has shunned violence and ‘returned home’ following plea by his parents in south Kashmir. A police officer confirmed the development, however, refused to give the details of the youth due to security reasons. “Yes, a youth, who was an active militant, has shunned violence

Kashmir-born Pakistani woman Farhat Asif wins N-Peace Award

One woman and one man across all N-Peace countries are recognized under this award. The Award Committee recognizes her efforts to implement the Women, Peace and Security agenda, especially on the work she undertakes touching on sensitive cross-border issues.” Farhat Asif, a Kashmir-born Pakistani activist has won this year’s N-Peace Award given by UNDP Asia

Indian Army makes world record as 58 men ride on a bike

Around 58 men of the Indian Army set a world record on Sunday by riding a single motorcycle at the IAF base in the city’s northern outskirts, official sources said. “The 58-member motorcycle team of the Army Service Corps (ASC) christened ‘Tornadoes’ set another world record by riding a 500cc Royal Enfield motorbike for 1,200

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