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Yasin Malik condemns harassment of Kashmiri students in Kolkata

‘If this is not stopped, we will launch full-fledged protest program’ Srinagar | Mar 16 (PTK): JKLF chief Yasin Malik today said that Kashmiris are being harassed from Delhi to Calcutta and this intimidation has once again proved the fact that Kashmiris are not safe anywhere in India. In a statement issued here, Malik said the persecution of Kashmiri students ... Read More »

Contaminated water responsible for colossal H pylori infection: DAK

 ‘It is the reason for high gastric cancer in Kashmir’ Srinagar, Mar 15: Raising alarm over colossal Helicobacter Pylori   (H pylori) infection in Kashmir, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today attributed it to highly contaminated water. Ascribing H pylori infection to high prevalence of gastric cancer in Kashmir, President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said that unsafe water ... Read More »

Congress demands immediate survey to assess loss to the crops

Jammu, March 15, 2016:  Expressing serious concern over the huge loss to the  various kinds of crops due to heavy rains and  unprecedented hailstorm in several parts of the state causing great loss to the farmers, the congress party  has urged the Governor to immediately  order assessment of losses for the sake of adequate relief to the farmers. Expressing great ... Read More »

Pandits Celebrate Shivratri With Muslims As Resilience Day

Budgam, March 09: In an attempt to promote tolerance and brotherhood among Kashmir Pandits and Muslims, Hindu festival Shivratri was organized together by the both the communities at Ichgam, Budgam in Central Kashmir as part of resilience against the forced exile of minority community in 1990’s. The people from both the communities greeted each other with warm hugs and kisses and ... Read More »

Worlds largest cruise ship sets sail from France

World’s largest cruise ship which is a third longer than the #Titanic leaves port for the first time as it sets sail from France with no passengers The world’s largest cruise ship, which is almost 165 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower, has set off on its first sea trial from France on March 11. Harmony of the Seas, which ... Read More »

Div Com conducts extensive tour of Kupwara,inaugurated plantation drive

Kupwara, Mar 12 : Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon Saturday conducted an extensive tour of Kupwara district and reviewed the progress of ongoing developmental works and functioning of various departments. The Divisional Commissioner was informed that under the District plan 2015-16 an amount of Rs. 84.11 crores have been utilized which accounts for 79 percent of the set ... Read More »

Saudi Arabia seeks Pakistan’s cooperation for NATO-like military alliance

RIYADH – Saudi Arabia has appealed Pakistan to cooperate on formation of NATO-like military alliance of Muslim countries, sources told Dunya News. According to sources, both sides have agreed to continue consultation on the matter. The appeal comes at a time when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif returned Pakistan after completing a three-day official visit to Saudi Arabia. During the visit, ... Read More »

20 nations military drills and amazing aerobatics concluded

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman inspected on Friday a mammoth military parade staged by armed forces from 20 Muslim countries, marking the conclusion of the region’s biggest-ever military drills “North Thunder.” Several heads of state and high ranking officials from Muslim countries were present to watch the impressive parade as a show of force from all the ... Read More »

China building worlds largest Radio Telescope

The world’s largest radio telescope, based in southwest China’s Guizhou Province, will be completed in April. The five hundred meter aperture spherical telescope (FAST) will overtake Puerto Rico’s Arecibo Observatory, which is 300 meters in diameter. Its space exploration will be supported by supercomputer Skyeye-1, capable of a quadrillion computing operations per second (a quadrillion is a thousand raised to ... Read More »

Enforcement Directorate summons Mallya

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday issued summons for appearance to former liquor baron Vijay Mallya and questioned some former Kingfisher airlines executives while his “fleeing” from India triggered a spat in parliament. However, the flamboyant tycoon insisted that he had not fled the country. The issue rocked the Rajya Sabha for the second consecutive day with the opposition and ... Read More »