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Jammu and Kashmir: All 217 candidates failed in District Judge’s exam, know how not a single lawyer could pass the exam for the fifth time

Jammu-Kashmir: All the candidates who appeared in the district judge exam in the state have failed. Whereas two candidates have got zero marks. A strange case has come to the fore in Jammu and Kashmir. All the 217 people who appeared in the state’s district judge exam have failed. This is the fifth time that …

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Jammu and Kashmir: BJP worse than the British, Mehbooba said – getting rid of them is a bigger achievement than achieving freedom

The former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir claimed that the existence of Jammu and Kashmir is in danger under the BJP rule. Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of sowing seeds of hatred among different communities, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Monday said getting rid of the BJP would be a bigger thing than getting …

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Corona: Restrictions again in J&K, ban on meeting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed by two weeks Coronavirus Crisis in India: Restrictions again in J&K and ban on meeting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed for two weeks – Corona: Restrictions in J&K, ban on visiting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed for two weeks

Meanwhile, in West Bengal, the TMC government led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has allowed wedding ceremonies with a maximum of 200 people or 50 per cent of the venue’s capacity. The Jammu and Kashmir administration has imposed a “complete ban on non-essential movement” during the weekend in the union territory with effect from Saturday …

Corona: Restrictions again in J&K, ban on meeting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed by two weeks Coronavirus Crisis in India: Restrictions again in J&K and ban on meeting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed for two weeks – Corona: Restrictions in J&K, ban on visiting prisoners in MP till March end; Offline classes in Kerala postponed for two weeks Read More »

Amidst the havoc of winter in Kashmir, the mercury dropped, Gulmarg in north Kashmir recorded a temperature of minus 10.5 degrees Celsius.

Amidst severe cold wave conditions in Kashmir, minimum temperatures dropped at most places. On Friday night, most areas of the valley recorded a drop in temperature, officials said. Only north Kashmir’s Gulmarg resort recorded higher minimum temperature than the day before. There, the temperature was recorded at minus 10.5 degrees Celsius, as against 11.0 degrees …

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A little reporter was seen telling the weather condition in her innocent style, people liked it on social media

In this video shot on a mobile phone, the girl is narrating how the condition of the roads has worsened due to mud and rain. In the video, she is showing how people are throwing garbage on the streets, making everything dirty. The rain has spoiled the condition of the streets of Kashmir. The administration …

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Now line will not have to be installed here, people will get facility to pay electricity bill from home Jammu: Campaign announced to promote power bill payments from home

The spokesperson said that this would not only save the time of the customers, but also they would not have to queue in banks to pay their bills in this time of pandemic. Jammu and Kashmir Power Development Corporation Ltd. (JPDCL) on Saturday announced the launch of a campaign to pay electricity bills sitting at …

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China is building a bridge over Pangong Lake? Satellite images indicate danger to India- Ladakh: China is building a bridge over Pangong Lake? Satellite images indicate danger to India

Foreign journalist Jack Detsch made a tweet on December 21, 2021 with satellite images. He wrote – Satellite photos taken in October show that China continues to increase its presence in Pangong Tso even after agreeing to retreat. China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is building a bridge over Pangong Lake across the Line of Actual …

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Cold weather intensifies after snowfall in hilly areas Drass in Ladakh recorded a low of minus 16.8 degrees Celsius cold wave in delhi

The Meteorological Department has predicted a further drop in the minimum temperature in the next few days. In the hilly areas, the havoc of cold intensified after snowfall and rain. The lowest temperature was recorded at minus 16.8 degrees Celsius in Drass in Ladakh. After this, it was recorded minus 8.2 in Keylong in Himachal …

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Mata Vaishno Devi Incident: ‘The situation worsened due to early darshan with money’, 25 thousand were allowed, more than 50 thousand devotees reached

Eyewitnesses who escaped in the stampede at Mata Vaishno Devi temple have blamed the Shrine Board and the administration for the accident. The devotees alleged, “No arrangements were made by the Shrine Board for the passengers. A large number of people were allowed to go towards the building without registering. This increased the crowd there. …

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Gupkar protests over assembly seats, three former chief ministers of Jammu and Kashmir under house arrest

Three former Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir have been placed under house arrest to stop the protest against the proposal of the Delimitation Commission. It includes the names of Farooq Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah. The Gupkar alliance was going to protest on Saturday against the assembly seats to be formed under the …

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