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Ayodhya Verdict: Colleges, universities remain closed in Kashmir

Srinagar, Nov 9 (UNI) The divisional administration in Kashmir had imposed restrictions and ordered closure of Universities and colleges as a precautionary measure on Saturday, when Supreme Court gave its verdict on the Ayodhya-Babri Masjid land dispute case.

However, students of all educational institutions, including colleges and universities, have stayed away from their classes since August 5, when Centre scrapped Article 370, besides downgrading the state into two Union Territories (UTs).

The administration on Saturday imposed restrictions in the valley, including Srinagar, as a precautionary measure, officials said.

They said the restrictions have been imposed to maintain law and order. It was ordered that all colleges and universities will remain closed today.

The Board of School Education (BOSE) has also postponed 12th class examinations which were scheduled to be held today in the valley.

However, people, who are observing strike since August 5 against scrapping of special status of the state, remained unconcerned.
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Alert troops foil infiltration bid, 2 militants killed at LoC in north Kashmir

Alert troops foil infiltration bid, 2 militants killed at LoC in north Kashmir

11 Jul 2020 | 9:36 AM

Srinagar, Jul 11 (UNI) Alert troops foiled an infiltration bid when they killed two militants at the Line of Control (LoC) in north Kashmir district of Baramulla, a defence ministry Spokesperson said on Saturday.

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COVID-19-linked deaths decelerate in MP

11 Jul 2020 | 3:37 AM

Bhopal, July 10 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan underlined on Friday that the state witnessed a significant decline in the novel coronavirus-related fatality rate during the past week when 22 demises were reported from among 2,053 positive cases.
“Endeavours are continuing vis-à-vis ensuring superlative arrangements for medical care with the cherished objective of every patient’s recuperation. Thus far; 12,481 have recovered and survey of 66 per cent population completed under the Kill Corona campaign. As many as 55,799 samples were collected and 655 found to contain the pathogen. The state’s positivity rate is 1.17 per cent,” the senior politician was officially quoted as saying while reviewing the situation via videoconferencing at Mantralaya.

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Man arrested for illegal sand mining

11 Jul 2020 | 1:11 AM

Jalandhar, July 10 (UNI) Lohia police on Friday arrested a person, who was allegedly involved in illegal sand mining.

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Tibetan Cong held protest supporting Global movement of boycotting Chinese goods

11 Jul 2020 | 12:56 AM

Shimla, Jul 10 (UNI) Tibetan community residing near the Panthaghati Monastery at Kasumpti outskirt of
this capital town today staged a protest against Chinese supporting the call of Tibetan Youth Congress to boycott Chinese goods and products.

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'Pashu Kisan Credit Card' to be issued in Haryana according to number of livestock owned by farmers

11 Jul 2020 | 12:12 AM

Chandigarh, Jul 10 (UNI) Haryana Cooperation Minister Dr Banwari Lal said that the 'Pashu Kisan Credit Card' would be issued according to the number of livestock owned by farmers.

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