Bandipora Encounter: Search Operation Continues On Second Day
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by KO Web Desk
49m ago
KO File Photo Srinagar- Police and security forces have continued search operation for second day in Renji forest area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Thursday. A joint team of Police, Army’s 13RR and CRPF launched a cordon and search operation in Renji forest area of Bandipora amid specific information about the presence of at least two & three terrorists on Wednesday. As the joint team of forces approached the suspected spot, the hiding terrorists fired upon them, triggering off a gunfight. “All exits points have been sealed and lights were installed to prevent terrorists from e ..read more
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Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Calling For Prevention Of Nuclear Arms Race In Space
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by Agencies
49m ago
Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vassily Nebenzia raises his hand to veto the Non-proliferation of nuclear weapons UN Security Council resolution bill which would have called on nations to prevent an arms race in space. Photograph: Eduardo Muñoz/AP United Nations- Russia on Wednesday vetoed a UN resolution sponsored by the United States and Japan calling on all nations to prevent a dangerous nuclear arms race in outer space. The vote in the 15-member Security Council was 13 in favour, Russia opposed and China abstaining. Russia dismissed the measure as politicised and said it did no ..read more
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Remotely Piloted IAF Aircraft Crashes In Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer
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by Press Trust of India
49m ago
Wreckage of an Indian Air Force plane that crashed in Pithala village, in Jaisalmer, Thursday morning, April 25, 2024. (PTI Photo) Jaisalmer- A remotely piloted aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed in Pithala village in Jaisalmer district, the IAF said on Thursday. No damage to any personnel or property has been reported, the IAF said. “One Remotely Piloted Aircraft of the Indian Air Force met with an accident near Jaisalmer today during a routine training sortie,’ IAF said in a post on X. “No damage to any personnel or property has been reported. A Court of Inquiry has been constituted to ..read more
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Over 4.40 Lakh People Visited Srinagar’s Tulip Garden, Highest Since 2007
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by Press Trust of India
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KO file photo Srinagar- A record 4.46 lakh visitors visited Asia’s largest tulip garden, ensconced between the Dal Lake and the Zabarwan Hills here, which was closed for public on Wednesday after remaining open for over a month, officials said. “This year the garden remained open for 33 days and saw a footfall of 4.46,154 visitors,” Floriculture Officer of the garden, Javeed Masood, told PTI. This is the highest footfall ever recorded in the garden since its inception in 2007. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, earlier known as Siraj Bagh, was opened for the public on March 23 this year ..read more
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Ishfaq Ahmed Set For 2nd Stint As U-16 Indian Team Coach
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by Observer News Service
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File photo of Ishfaq Ahmed SRINAGAR– Former J&K footballer and Real Kashmir FC coach Ishfaq Ahmed was on Wednesday recommended as head coach for the Under-16 Indian National Football Team by the All India Football Federation Technical Committee. This will be Ishfaq’s second stint with the U-16 national team. Previously, he was named head coach of  the team in July 2023, leading them to a SAFF championship. The Technical Committee meeting was chaired by IM Vijayan and was held virtually on Wednesday. Thecommittee also recommended Langam Chaoba Devi as the head coach of the Indian Senio ..read more
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UN Report Says 282 Million People Faced Acute Hunger In 2023, With The Worst Famine In Gaza
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by Agencies
2h ago
Representational Photo United Nations- Nearly 282 million people in 59 countries suffered from acute hunger in 2023, with war-torn Gaza as the territory with the largest number of people facing famine, according to the Global Report on Food Crises released on Wednesday. The UN report said 24 million more people faced an acute lack of food than in 2022, due to the sharp deterioration in food security, especially in the Gaza Strip and Sudan. The number of nations with food crises that are monitored has also been expanded. Máximo Torero, chief economist for the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisat ..read more
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J&K Board Declares Class 8th Results: Click To Check Here
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by Observer News Service
7h ago
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India On The Path To Become ‘Vishwa Guru’: LG Sinha
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by Observer News Service
7h ago
File photo of J&K LG Manoj Sinha Uttar Pradesh- India is on the path to become Vishwa Guru and the cultural awakening today is inspiring one and all to serve humanity with dedication and devotion, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said on Wednesday. The LG was speaking at a symposium on cultural heritage, values and principles of Sanatan Dharma. The event was organized by Utthan Foundation Trust at Devkali, Ghazipur. Sinha said that today India is shedding the vestiges of colonial past and people are taking pride in the glorious heritage. The LG, in his keynote address, commended the endeavo ..read more
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Parra Poorer Than Opponent Ashraf Mir
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by Auqib Javeed
7h ago
KO photo by Abid Bhat Srinagar- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for the Srinagar constituency, Waheed-ur-Rahman Parra, is the poorest candidate in fray with a house valued at a mere Rs 32 lac and a monthly earning not exceeding Rs 40,000. However, his opponent from Apni Party Muhammad Ashraf Mir is much richer than Parra having almost Rs 31 Crore net worth. The poll affidavit Parra has submitted before the Returning Officer in Srinagar reveals that he has not been able to earn anything from the year 2020 to 2022 for being under detention. The PDP youth president disclosed an increase ..read more
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Artificial Intelligence: Is it a Looming Threat to Employment Generation?
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by Guest Author
7h ago
By Zahid Ahmad Lone  In the rapidly evolving landscape of technology, the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has sparked both awe and apprehension. While hailed for its potential to revolutionize industries and streamline processes, there’s a growing concern that AI could pose a significant threat to employment generation. This sentiment has ignited a fervent debate among experts and policymakers worldwide. Proponents of AI argue that it has the capacity to enhance productivity, efficiency, and innovation across various sectors. From automated manufacturing processes to intelligent c ..read more
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