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Fourty-day harshest winter period begins in <strong>Kashmir</strong>

Fourty-day harshest winter period begins in Kashmir

21 Dec 2014

Srinagar: The 40-day period of harshest winter in Kashmir Valley, known as Chillai-Kalan, began on Sunday on a warmer note as night temperatures rose across the Valley, increasing the chances of first snowfall of the season.

winter in Kashmir Valley,   Chillai-Kalan,   night temperatures,   snowfall,  
Jammu and <strong>Kashmir</strong> contestants await results with bated breath

Jammu and Kashmir contestants await results with bated breath

21 Dec 2014

Srinagar: More than 800 contestants in Jammu and Kashmir will spend a couple of nervous nights till December 23 when counting of votes for elections to the 12th Legislative Assembly will be held after a record turnout in the five-phase polls in the state.

contestants in Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K,   Election results,   Legislative Assembly elections,   Omar Abdullah,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed ,  
J&K Polls: 39 percent drop in number of contesting candidates

J&K Polls: 39 percent drop in number of contesting candidates

21 Dec 2014

Srinagar: The voter turnout in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections has increased significantly but the number of aspiring lawmakers dipped substantially compared to 2008 Assembly polls when a record 1,344 candidates tried their luck on 87 constituencies. The number of candidates this year has dropped by nearly 39 per cent compared to the polls held in 2008.

Voter turnout,   Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections,   Assembly polls ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> <strong>gets</strong> assurance <strong>from</strong> Kabul on action against militants:Army

Pakistan gets assurance from Kabul on action against militants:Army

18 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday has said that it has got assurance from Afghanistan and ISAF leadership that they will take action against militants hiding in border areas and believed to be involved in the Peshawar school massacre.

Pakistan,   militants,   ISAF,   Peshawar school massacre,  
Renault to hike prices by up to 2.5 percent in India <strong>from</strong> January

Renault to hike prices by up to 2.5 percent in India from January

21 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Car maker Renault India plans to hike prices of its entire range of vehicles by up to 2.5 percent from next month to partially offset the impact of rising input costs.

Renault,   Pulse,   Scala,   Duster,   Fluence,   Koleos,   Maruti Suzuki,   BMW,   General Motors India,   Tata Motors,   Mahindra & Mahindra ,  
Victims of fate and border, PoK migrants now face government apathy

Victims of fate and border, PoK migrants now face government apathy

19 Dec 2014

R S Pura (Jammu and Kashmir): More than six decades have passed since the line dividing the state of Jammu and Kashmir into Indian side and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) was drawn, forcing thousands to take shelter on this side of the border, many of whom complained they are living in pitiable conditions because of government apathy.

Jammu and Kashmir,   PoK migrants,   government apathy,   PoK Refugee,   Pakistan-occupied Kashmir,  
Amir Khan to donate golden shorts to <strong>help</strong> Pakistani massacre school

Amir Khan to donate golden shorts to help Pakistani massacre school

19 Dec 2014

London: British boxer Amir Khan plans to donate a 30,000 pounds (USD 46,973) pair of shorts to help rebuild the Pakistan army-run school where 141 people were killed by the Taliban.

British boxer Amir Khan,   Pakistan army run school,   Taliban,  
Apple Pay <strong>gets</strong> more support <strong>from</strong> banks

Apple Pay gets more support from banks

18 Dec 2014

San Francisco: The electronic payment system Apple Pay, which allows the new iPhone to make payments in stores, has the backing of banks that dominate 90 percent of all credit cards transactions from the US, the company has announced.

Electronic payment system,   Apple Pay,   iPhone,   iPhone payments,   Credit cards,   Banks,  
SpiceJet starts automated system to <strong>help</strong> passengers

SpiceJet starts automated system to help passengers

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: SpiceJet on Saturday said that it has pressed into service an automated disruption management system to enable passengers reschedule flights or get refund on their cancellation of flights.

SpiceJet,   automated system to help passengers,   automated disruption management system ,   Kaneswaran Avili,   Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE),   ,  
Police seek third party <strong>help</strong> IS twitter handler case

Police seek third party help IS twitter handler case

20 Dec 2014

Bengaluru: Investigators are taking third party assistance in examining tweets posted by the alleged handler of pro-Islamic State (IS) Twitter account, Mehdi Masroor Biswas, a top police official said.

Investigators,   Tweets,   Islamic State,   ISIS Twitter,   Mehdi Masroor Biswas,  

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