updated 2:27 AM GMT, May 7, 2015

Mumbai policeman, shot by junior, dies

The head of Vakola police station who was shot at and critically injured by his junior on Saturday night, succumbed to his injuries on Sunday, an official here said.

Vilas Joshi, 53, the senior inspec

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Waving Pakistan flag not new in Kashmir: NC leader

The waving of the Pakistani flag during rallies in Jammu and Kashmir was not a new thing and had also happened in the past, a National Conference leader and former minister said here on Saturday.

"Her

  • Srinagar: IANS
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Pakistan stops channels from airing hate speeches

The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulator Authority (Pemra) has stopped broadcast media from airing hate speeches or any any similiar material that may harm national interest, media reported on Saturday

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Kashmir highway closed

The traffic on the strategic Jammu-Srinagar highway was closed as a section of the road caved in on Saturday, officials said.

A senior traffic department official said that a section of the highway ha

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Mirwaiz to Mufti: focus on people not on Bollywood

Reacting over the recent reports of Bollywood making beeline to Kashmir, All Parties Huriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Friday said government should instead focus on giving people ri

  • Srinagar: KD | GNS
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SKIMS: guard assaults woman

SKIMS: guard assaults woman

Attendants in Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Soura staged a protest after a security guard physically assaulted a woman visitor, who had gone there to see her relative.

Female vi

  • Srinagar:KD|CNS
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Your credit cards may make you depressed

If you have too many credit cards and overdue bills, you could be at increased risk of depression, as a new study suggests that short-term household debt increases depressive symptoms.

The findings ma

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Weather improves in Kashmir

Weather improves in Kashmir

It was a partly sunny morning in Jammu and Kashmir summer capital Srinagar on Friday, with the minimum temperature settling at 8.4 degrees Celsius and bringing some respite after days of inclement wea

  • Srinagar: IANS
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Nepal quake: Woman rescued alive after 128 hours

A woman was rescued alive from rubbles of a collapsed building after 128 hours in Nepal, which has been hit by a massive earthquake on April 25, a media report said.

Krishna Devi Khadka, 24, was rescu

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