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Rapid Antigen Test Mandatory For Move-Employees

Rapid Antigen Test Mandatory For Move-Employees

While chairing a high-level meeting to review the preparations for winter darbar move 2020, the Chief Secretary, B V R Subrahmanyam said that the Rapid Antigen Test is mandatory for the employees moving with the bi-annual darbar move.

Court Acquits All Accused In Babri Demolition Case

Court Acquits All Accused In Babri Demolition Case

Twenty-eight years after the Babri Masjid was razed, a court here acquitted all 32 people including BJP veterans L K Advani, M M Joshi and Uma Bharti accused of being involved in the demolition of the mosque they believed occupied the spot where Lord Ram was born.

‘No One Demolished Babri Masjid’: Oppn Slams Verdict

‘No One Demolished Babri Masjid’: Oppn Slams Verdict

Calling the judgement “obnoxious”, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi claimed it contradicted the Supreme Court’s observations in its verdict on November 9 last year that the demolition of the Babri mosque was calculated act of destroying a public place of worship and a violation of rule of law.

Shopian ‘Fake Encounter’: Bodies Of 3 Youth To Be Exhumed

Shopian ‘Fake Encounter’: Bodies Of 3 Youth To Be Exhumed

The bodies of three persons killed in an alleged fake encounter by the Army in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir in July this year will be exhumed and handed over to their families after the due process of law, a senior police officer said here on Wednesday.

J&K Sees 18 More Coronavirus Deaths, Toll 1184

J&K Sees 18 More Coronavirus Deaths, Toll 1184

As many as eighteen more people succumbed to coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, raising the number of fatalities due to the deadly infection in the Union Territory to 1184.

Amid 6th Schedule Row, Kashmiri Politician Lobbies for Leh in Kargil

Amid 6th Schedule Row, Kashmiri Politician Lobbies for Leh in Kargil

After New Delhi recently gave land and job protection assurance to the annoyed political leadership of Leh, a sense of calm has returned to the roof of the world, but in the Muslim-majority region of Kargil, discontent is simmering. Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) led central government is making desperate attempts to pacify the restive population in Kargil  but without any success so far.

Fresh Round of Sino-India Talks Fail to Break Ladakh Deadlock

Fresh Round of Sino-India Talks Fail to Break Ladakh Deadlock

India and China on Wednesday held a fresh round of diplomatic talks with a focus on implementing the five-point agreement reached between the two countries to resolve the nearly five-month-long border standoff in eastern Ladakh.

315 J&K Students Cross Over To Pak To Resume Studies

315 J&K Students Cross Over To Pak To Resume Studies

The government of India allowed 315 students from Jammu and Kashmir enrolled at different colleges across Pakistan to cross over via Attari Wagah border in Amritsar on Wednesday.

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