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Kashmir: Health care needs Check-up’

Adil Akhzer Kashmir once again is making to the news headlines. More than 350 babies have died till now and death spree continues (363 was the last number). The reason for the deaths as given by the authorities is that the “hospital does not have sufficient machinery to save children’s life.” Rattled by the incident, … Continue reading

Vohra released book on J&K Economy

Bureau Report Agence India Press    Srinagar: The Jammu & Kashmir Governor N N Vohra released Souvenir and a book titled “Some Aspects of J&K Economy”.   The Governor, as Chief Guest, was inaugurating a 3-day International Seminar on “Impact of Peace, Conflict and Disturbances on Economic Development Processes”, organized by the Post-Graduate Department of … Continue reading

Air India pilots’ strike is illegal: Delhi HC

Sheikh Imran Bashir Agence India Press    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has restrained pilots of the flag carrier from going on strike. The court said that the strike was illegal.   In its order, the Delhi HC said Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) is restrained from going on strike, calling in sick or holding … Continue reading

ICRISAT responds to call for collaboration in reviving Nigeria’s groundnut industry

Bureau Report Agence India Press    Hyderabad: Groundnut remains an important crop for resource-poor farmers in Nigeria, crucial for their economic prosperity and nutritional security.   Facing up to the challenge of reviving the country’s groundnut industry, the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) commits to use its research expertise and partnerships … Continue reading

JK employees march attempt foiled by Police

Bureau Report Agence India Press   Srinagar: The Jammu & Kashmir Police on Wednesday thwarted the attempt of government employees to march towards the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir by using water cannons to disperse them.   JK Government employees were sprayed with purple colored water by police to … Continue reading

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