Wednesday, November 13, 2019

 
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#Headlines:
  •   Diplomat sex scandal in New Zealand risks South Korean WTO future
  •   India asks Pakistan to desist from ‘inciting communal tensions’
  •   Stop dragging your feet on Kashmir: Pakistan to OIC
  •   Manoj Sinha the IITian who almost became UP CM
  •   British toddler becomes youngest person to reach summit of 10,000 Ft mountain
  •   Doctors, inmates test positive as COVID spreads in another Kashmir jail
  •   Murmu appointed new CAG
  •   J&K militancy at lowest ebb, militant groups leaderless: DGP
  •   Salary and sigh of relief for these JK bank employees
  •   In internet-starved Kashmir, Govt wants a book on 4G and Google
  •   Video of Uighur Muslim model cuffed to bed in Chinese camp surfaces
  •   India rejects China’s stand on Kashmir
  •   Standoff with China is likely to be prolonged, says MoD
  •   COVID19: Four more die in Kashmir, J&K toll 434
  •   How 4G, EC, and a call for curfew may have led to Murmu’s recall
  •   ‘If this was Kohli everyone would be talking’: Nasser Hussain says Babar Azam not being in Fab 5 a ‘real shame’
  •   Bigg Boss finalist and J&K Model Asim Riaz attacked, injured by goons
  •   Sarpanch affiliated to BJP shot dead in south Kashmir
  •   New J&K LG to visit Kashmir today, calls role ‘a big responsibility’
  •   Manoj Sinha to be new LG of J&K
  •   Jammu & Kashmir LG G C Murmu resigns: All India Radio
  •   CBI receives Centre’s nod to probe Sushant Singh’s death
  •   Now tick-borne virus kills 7 in China, infects 60
  •   Engineering wings reorganized in J&K
  •   Three more Secretary to Govt posts created for J&K
  •   Amid restrictions, Art 370 abrogation anniversary passes off quietly in Kashmir
  •   Kashmir’s UPSC girl anxious a day after clearing IAS
  •   In curbed Kashmir, BJP dances, makes merry over one year of Article 370 abrogation
  •   COVID19: Four more die, J&K toll 423
  •   With 52K new cases India’s Covid tally crosses 19 lakh mark