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Rashid had also given other updates on the situation including movement in Srinagar and neighbouring cities, cooking gas shortage, food supplies, communication blackouts.
#Assamlynchning: Former JNU student and Assamese musician Rahul Rajkhowa releases song about mob lynchings
The musician says he had written the song weeks ago but chose to release it at this time to bring down the communal tension in the state after the mob lynchings
The Supreme Court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing to February 8 but told the petitioners this would be their last chance to get the relevant documents ready. It said it would tolerate no more delays
The recommendations of the intel agencies have backing of the National Security Council Secretariat which determined that certain China-linked apps could be detrimental to the country's security
#CAB2019: Why students across the country are coming together to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Many student bodies also issued statements against the Bill prior to its passing but many came out to the roads today, to show their disapproval of the Bill.
#DaughtersofWar: 'People say it is a soldier's job to die, but there are many who wouldn't take their job even if they were offered a million dollars"
The Dwivedi sisters discuss what it was like to lose their father to the Kargil War as children and how their lives have changed ever since
Major Padmapani Acharya died in the Kargil War, three months before his daughter was born, but his family has kept his memory alive and today, Aparajita Acharya is a proud daughter.
#HikeResearchFellowship: Five months after protests, only 10 IITs have actually hiked stipends for researchers
A crowdsourced list says that most public institutes of higher education in the country are yet to disburse the hiked stipends
Twitter continues to celebrate Indian culture with customised Twitter initiatives for Independence Day, Diwali, Republic Day, among other key milestones and events for Indians across the world
As the state is witnessing the worst calamity of the century, here is how you can help the victims
The last time the institution delayed a prize announcement was in 1949. —William Faulkner received the prize a year later, the same year Bertrand Russell was honoured
Without the Literature Prize this year, the most highly-anticipated award will be that for peace, announced on Friday in Oslo
This World Mental Health Day, we look at the trauma faced by young women who deal with sexual harassment and an expert tells you how to deal with it
#MeToo: The school that victim blamed Ruchika Girhotra stopped this sexual assault survivor from speaking up
A young filmmaker has now exposed MC Nair, a Bharatanatyam teacher, who claims to be a Padma Shri awardee of molesting her at Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh
#PhDMeToo: Bipolar Calcutta University scholar harassed by colleague, alleges inaction by guide and VC
A former PhD researcher in the Department of Microbiology, he has accused a colleague and his guide of mental harassment — but other researchers say that his guide was absolutely not at fault
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