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    Rahul slams BJP lies, slogans to cover up vax shortage

    KT NEWS SERVICENEW DELHI, Jun 16: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said India needs quick and complete vaccination and "not BJP's usual brand of lies & rhyming slogans to cover up vaccine shortage caused by Modi Govt's inaction.""GOI's constant attempts to save PM's fake image are facilitating the virus & costing people's...

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    Ex-minister's son arrested 6 years after alleged rape

    KT NEWS SERVICEJAMMU, Jun 15: Six years after committing rape on a seventh class student, Domana police have arrested son of former Cabinet Minister in the then Congress-PDP coalition government and now People's Conference leader Abdul Gani Vakil.Official sources identified the accused as Abid Gani son of Abdul Gani Vakil, earlier a prominent Congress leader, who has since shifted his...

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    'RS Pura border to be developed as tourist place'

    KT NEWS SERVICEJAMMU, Jun 16: Exploring the tourism potential at International Border RS Pura, the government in collaboration with border security force (BSF) is mulling to develop the place for tourists and make it a potential tourism circuit.Authorities are also working on a model to start ceremonial events on the pattern of Wagha Border ceremony at the place.Officials said that in order to...

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    J&K-Punjab team for early completion of works

    KT NEWS SERVICESRINAGAR, Jun 16: A joint high level team comprising officers both from Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab today inspected various components of Shahpur Kandi Dam Project to ensure expeditious execution of ongoing works on this prestigious project.The officers from J&K led by Chairperson, Jammu and Kashmir Water Resources Regulatory Authority (JKWRRA), G.S. Jha included Chief Engineer...

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    Lowest single day infections after 75 days

    KT NEWS SERVICENEW DELHI, Jun 15: India accounted for 60,471 Covid infections, the lowest after 75 days, while the daily positivity rate dropped to 3.45%, less than 5% for the eighth consecutive day and the weekly positivity rate dropped to less than 5% at 4.39% and the daily fatalities fell to 2726, according to the data compiled by the Health Ministry at 8 AM on Tuesday.Total persons found infected...

    • 2 days ago
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    3 leopards captured in Pulwama in a week

    KT NEWS SERVICESRINAGAR, Jun 15: Officials of the J&K wildlife department including casual labourers during the intervening night of Monday-Tuesday succeeded in capturing the third leopard in Khrew area, which falls in Pampore Tehsil of south Kashmir's Pulwama district.Prior to this last week two leopards were captured by wildlife department Range Khrew at Munpora Wuyan area of Pampore.While...

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    India confirms first death following Covid-19 vaccination

    KT NEWS SERVICENEW DELHI, Jun 15: A government panel studying COVID-19 vaccine side effects has confirmed the first death due to anaphylaxis following vaccination.The causality assessment of 31 reported Serious Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI) cases following COVID-19 vaccination was carried out by the panel.According to a report by the National AEFI Committee, a 68-year-old...

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    New panel for selection of SKUAST-K VC

    KT NEWS SERVICESRINAGAR, Jun 15: The administration of J&K Union Territory on Tuesday constituted a new selection committee to draw up a panel of names for the post of vice-chancellor of Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST)- Kashmir.According to an order, the government has constituted a four-member committee to submit names for choosing the next VC of the...

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    'Pak beat India, B'desh in manpower export in 2020'

    KT NEWS SERVICENEW DELHI, Jun 14: Beating other regional players like Bangladesh and India in manpower export, Pakistan has emerged as the 'Manpower Export Leader' in the region by sending around 224,705 workers to different countries for various job assignments in 2020, despite the coronavirus pandemic.Bangladesh sent 217,699 workers abroad and India 94,145 for employment purposes...

    • 3 days ago
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    Monuments, museums to open from Wed

    KT NEWS SERVICENEW DELHI, Jun 14: All Centrally-protected monuments, sites and museums in the country under Archaeological Survey of India, ASI, will be opened from Wednesday.In an order issued on Monday, ASI said that the decision has been taken considering the prevailing situation.It added that the opening, however, shall be in strict compliance with the executive orders issued by State and District Disaster...

    • 3 days ago

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