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 JK UT News

News Headlines

  • Samba: Bovine smuggling foiled, accused arrested.
  • Major tragedy averted as security forces recover IED in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama.
  • Prem Nagar residents protest against the opening of the liquor shop.
  • Jammu and Kashmir students association launches toll-free number to redress the grievances of students.
  • J&K: Sheetal nominated as Nodal Officer for Mobile App Sugamya Bharat under Accessible India Campaign.
  • J&K Govt orders Summer vacations in all Govt/Private Institutions in Jammu Division.  

National Bulletin

1)World Bank approves a $500 million programs to help boost India’s MSME sector.

2)Meghalaya reports 438 new COVID19 cases tallying the total active cases to 5,327. 689 recoveries in the last 24 hours; with this, the total recovered cases reached 33,160.

3) West Bengal govt cancels BoardExams for classes 10 and 12 this year in view of a pandemic.

4) Hundreds of former leaders urge G-7 to vaccinate the poor against the COVID19 pandemic.

5) Tamil Nadu Chief Minister allocates 25 crores to procure Amphotericin.

6) Kovalam near Chennai attempts to become the first fully vaccinated village in Tamil Nadu.

7) India to take on Bangladesh in 2023 AFC Asia Cup joint qualifiers in Doha today.

8) MadhyaPradesh reports 735 new coronavirus cases and 42 deaths while 1,934 people recover from the infection. 

9) ‘Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai’ actress ‘Badi Beeji’ aka TarlaJoshi passes away, co-star NiaSharma mourns her demise.

10) Fugitive diamantaire MehulChoksi discloses names of abductors to Antigua Police.

11) KanganaRanaut schools AyushmannKhuranna, after slamming VikrantMassey for ‘Radhe Maa’ comment.

12) FawadKhan’s hit show ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’ returns to Indian TV on popular demand.

13) Uttarakhand has lowest child sex ratio at birth in India: NITIAayog data

14) Dilip Kumar diagnosed with bilateral pleural effusion, but the condition stable now, says the doctor.

15) Till, November, free food grains will be given in fixed quantity every month to more than 80 crore countrymen: PM Narendra Modi

16) There will be a centralized vaccine drive, all vaccines will be procured by govt and given to States for free: PM Narendra Modi.

International News Bulletin

  • A collision between two passenger express trains in southern Pakistan kills at least 30 people today.
  • Heavy rain killed 17 people in Sri Lanka.
  • Double child killer who was the first murderer to be convicted using DNA evidence can be released, Parole Board confirms.
  • Jeff Bezos and brother to fly to space in Blue Origin flight.
  • Australia expands money laundering probe into casinos.

By Kashish

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