NIA suspects former PDP legislator has ‘soft corner’ for separatists

NIA suspects former PDP legislator has ‘soft corner’ for separatists

A probe by National Investigation Agency has revealed a vehicle of former PDP legislator Aijaz Ahmed Mir was used in the 2017 sensational attack on Amarnath pilgrims that left seven dead, Greater Kashmir has learnt.

Ganderbal missing youth traced to South Kashmir

Ganderbal missing youth traced to South Kashmir

A youth from Ganderbal district, Mohammad Ashraf Sofi of Nuner, who went missing from his home two days ago has been traced and brought back safely, police said on Wednesday.

Don’t support mainstream politicians: Geelani to people

Don’t support mainstream politicians: Geelani to people

Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Wednesday asked the people not to support the mainstream politicians.

In a first, Beacon making all-out efforts to keep Bandipora-Gurez road open this winter

Amid avalanche threats, sub-zero temperatures and heavy winds blowing at a speed of 50-60 km per hour, the Beacon snow-cutter operators and labourers are toiling hard to keep Bandipora-Gurez road open this winter.

JNU CASE: Invoking sedition law travesty of free speech: Faesal

Former IAS officer Shah Faesal Wednesday said invoking sedition law against Kanhaiya Kumar and others in the JNU case was “travesty of free speech”.

Er Rasheed urges Governor to get Shahid-ul-Islam released

President of Awami Ithad Party and former MLA Er Rasheed has welcomed Governor Satyapal Malik’s offer to Huriyat that it must talk directly to him over the issues pertaining to atrocities against civilians.

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Man bedridden after selling kidney to buy iPhone, iPad

Man bedridden after selling kidney to buy iPhone, iPad

A Chinese man who sold his kidney as a teenager to buy the latest Apple iPad and iPhone in 2011 is now bedridden with organ failure, the media reported.

YouTube bans dangerous, harmful pranks

YouTube bans dangerous, harmful pranks

YouTube videos that depict dangerous or emotionally distressing "pranks" have been banned from the platform.

Facebook commits $300 mn to support local news

Facebook commits $300 mn to support local news

Facebook has announced to invest over $300 million over the next three years to support local news organisations.

'The Accidental Prime Minister' cleared for release in Pakistan

"The Accidental Prime Minister", which delves on former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's tenure, has been cleared for release in Pakistan with minor cuts, Pakistan's Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) said on Tuesday.

Qualcomm refused modems for 2018 iPhone models: Apple

Taking its legal battle with chip making giant Qualcomm to the next level, Apple has claimed it wanted to use Qualcomm modems in its 2018's iPhone models but the chip maker refused to sell them after being sued by the iPhone maker over its licensing practices.

Invite friends to enjoy events together on Facebook

Facebook is testing a new feature to let users share events that they are interesting in attending to, on their "Stories" so that they can coordinate with friends and enjoy events together.

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