updated 4:08 PM GMT, Mar 2, 2015

Militancy has damaged Kashmir: Pakistani daily

Asking India and Pakistan to revisit the fundamentals of their Kashmir policies, a Pakistani newspaper said Sunday that militancy had caused huge damage to Jammu and Kashmir.

The Dawn said in an edito

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'Pakistan ranks third in global human slavery'

Pakistan ranks third among a list of 167 countries where human slavery is most severe, a media report said on Sunday.

"Pakistan stood on third position in the Global Slavery Index (GSI)," said Justice

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Sajad Lone to be sworn in as minister

Sajad Gani Lone, former separatist leader and chief of the Peoples Conference, has reached here and will be sworn in as a minister in the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir Sunday, a source said.

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Three killed, eight injured in Delhi fire

Three people, including a one-year-old child, died and eight others received burn injuries in a fire that broke out at residential building here early Saturday, a fire service official said.

The incid

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29 killed in Afghanistan avalanche

At least 29 people were killed and several others were missing in an avalanche that struck villages in the eastern Afghan province of Panjshir overnight Tuesday, sources said Wednesday.

"According to

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University exams as per schedule: KU

The Controller Examination, Kashmir University (KU) on Saturday said all the exams of varsity shall take place as per schedule.

“There is no change in schedule. We have not postponed University exams

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