Jammu and Kashmir Records Driest, Warmest January in 43 Years

Jammu and Kashmir Records Driest, Warmest January in 43 Years

In terms of snowfall or rains, Srinagar city witnessed the second driest January in the past four decades, recording a mere 3.0 mm of precipitation in the month this year, it said. Several parts of Jammu and Kashmir, including Srinagar city, witnessed the warmest January in 43 years, the Meteorological Centre Srinagar’s data said. In terms of snowfall or rains, Srinagar city witnessed the second driest January in the past four decades, recording a mere 3.0 mm of precipitation in the month this year, it said. The lowest precipitation in…

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Boost Your Brainpower: Start Your Reading Adventure Today; A Practical Guide for Students

Boost Your Brainpower: Start Your Reading Adventure Today; A Practical Guide for Students

Unleashing the Power of the Page: A Student’s Guide to Cultivating a Lifelong Love of Reading By: Javid Amin In our hyper-connected world, where information bombards us from every screen, the art of reading often languishes in the shadows. OTT platforms beckon, social media feeds scroll endlessly, and video games promise immersive adventures – all vying for our attention, leaving the dusty tomes on our shelves yearning to be opened. But amidst the digital cacophony, reading remains a silent superpower, waiting to be unlocked. Why, then, should we resurrect this…

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Inclusion of Paharis in ST List Raises Concerns Among Gujjars, Omar Abdullah Denied Visit to Rajouri; Mobile Internet Suspended

Inclusion of Paharis in ST List Raises Concerns Among Gujjars, Omar Abdullah Denied Visit to Rajouri; Mobile Internet Suspended

Omar targets BJP over denial of permission to visit Rajouri Mobile internet services suspended in Rajouri, Poonch A day after the Bill granting Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to Pahari-speaking people and some other groups was passed in Lok Sabha, mobile internet services in Rajouri and Poonch were suspended as members of the Gujjar community expressed anger over the step of the Centre. Leaders of Gujjar community said that they would go to the Supreme Court once the Constitution (Jammu and Kashmir) Scheduled Tribes Order (Amendment) Bill is passed by Rajya…

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