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Veteran Indian actress Surekha Sikri dies of Cardiac Arrest

Veteran Indian actress Surekha Sikri dies of Cardiac Arrest

Alert sounded on Jammu-Pathankot highway after locals spot armed men in nearby village

Jammu: Jammu-Pathankot National Highway and villages near International Border were  put on a high alert on Friday after the villagers claimed that they saw heavily armed men near agriculture fields.

No antibodies against Delta variant in 16% samples after two doses of Covishield: Study

A new study claims that neutralising antibodies against the Delta variant of Covid-19 were not observed in 16 per cent of samples from those who had received both doses of the Covishield vaccine.

Don’t equate J&K’s business fraternity with rest of the country: JKAP to Union Finance...

Don’t equate J&K’s business fraternity with rest of the country

Gold prices today fall, down ₹1,800 per 10 gram in just 2 days

Gold prices fell today in Indian markets today, tracking a decline in global rates. On MCX, June gold futures fell 0.5% or ₹235 to ₹45,500, extending the previous session's ₹1,600 per 10 gram decline. After...

Mumbai Man Gets Sucked Into MRI Machine In Freak Accident, Killed

Mumbai : A 32-year-old man was sucked into an MRI machine and killed after he walked into the room carrying an oxygen cylinder at a Mumbai hospital. The shocking incident, which has raised serious...

Rahul given seat in 4th row for R-Day parade

New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi has been invited by the government for the Republic Day parade on Friday, but only to be seated in the fourth row, according to Congress leaders. However, there has...

Kalam was a space scientist, Modi a social scientist: Ram Nath Kovind

AHMEDABAD: President Ram Nath Kovind today drew a parallel between APJ Abdul Kalam and Narendra Modi, saying while the former president was a "space scientist", the current prime minister is a "social scientist". Kovind was addressing the 66th convocation ceremony...

Centre ends Haj subsidy

NEW DELHI: Haj pilgrims will no longer receive any subsidy this year onwards, with the government saying the decision is part of its agenda of empowerment of minorities without appeasement. Union minister for minority affairs...

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