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Election Commission rejects allegations of Panthers Party, says EVM machines are tamper proof

Election Commission rejects allegations of Panthers Party, says EVM machines are tamper proof

02 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Tuesday rejected suggestions that Electronic Voting Machines being sent to Jammu and Kashmir for the coming Assembly polls were manufactured in Gujarat and have been manipulated.

Election Commission,   Electronic Voting Machines,   EVM,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K Assembly polls,   J&K Panthers Party,   Bhim Singh,  
<strong>South</strong> Korea delays smog tax amid pressure from car makers

South Korea delays smog tax amid pressure from car makers

02 Sep 2014

Seoul: South Korea has delayed a proposed tax on vehicle carbon emissions by over five years to the end of 2020, amid pressure from domestic and U.S. car makers who fear the levy would curb sales.

South Korea,   Carbon emissions,   Car makers,   US car makers,   Korea car manufacturers,   Car sales,   Car pollution,  
Security forces kill three militants in Pulwama district

Security forces kill three militants in Pulwama district

02 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Three militants were on Tuesday killed in an encounter with security forces which began last night in Pulwama district of Kashmir.

Encounter,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Pulwama,   Pulwama encounter,   Line of Control,   ceasefire,   ceasefire violations,   LoC ,  
Varsities, young intellectuals crucial to bring change: Omar Abdullah

Varsities, young intellectuals crucial to bring change: Omar Abdullah

02 Sep 2014

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said that the universities and young intellectuals have a crucial role in bringing about change to ensure the holistic development of society.

Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K Chief Minister,   Omar Abdullah,   Jammu universities,  
Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Pulwama

Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Pulwama

02 Sep 2014

Srinagar: An encounter broke out on Monday night between security forces and militants holed up in a village in Pulwama district of south Kashmir, police said.

Encounter,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Pulwama,   Pulwama encounter,   Line of Control,   ceasefire,   ceasefire violations,  
Australia's Clarke limps out of triangular series against Zimbabwe, <strong>South</strong> Africa

Australia's Clarke limps out of triangular series against Zimbabwe, South Africa

01 Sep 2014

HARARE: Australia's dismal day got worse when captain Michael Clarke revealed on Sunday that he would take no further part in the triangular series against Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Australia cricket team,   Australia captain,   Michael Clarke,   Triangular series,   Zimbabwe,   South Africa,   Australia,  
<strong>Kashmir</strong> Valley tense on Independence Day eve

Kashmir Valley tense on Independence Day eve

14 Aug 2014

Srinagar: Following a guerrilla attack in a south Kashmir town, tension prevailed in the Kashmir Valley on Thursday on the eve of the nation's Independence Day on August 15.

south Kashmir town,   Kashmir Valley,   Independence Day,   south Kashmir,   Pulwama district,   Hizbul Mujahideen,   Chief Minister Omar Abdullah ,  
Showcase notice slapped on Al Jazeera channel for allegedly showing wrong India map

Showcase notice slapped on Al Jazeera channel for allegedly showing wrong India map

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Information and Broadcasting Ministry has slapped a showcause to an international news channel ‘Al Jazeera’ for allegedly showing a wrong Indian map in its news broadcasts.

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting,   I&B Ministry,   India map,   Al Jazeera,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Five new monkey species identified in <strong>South</strong> America

Five new monkey species identified in South America

31 Aug 2014

Washington: Scientists have identified five new species of the elusive Amazonian saki monkeys in South American forests. For many years, it was believed that there were just five species of sakis, but this study showed the existence of 16 - five of them new to science.

Scientists,   new species of Amazonian saki monkeys,   South American forests,   sakis ,  
Earth's tectonic plates have doubled their speed: study

Earth's tectonic plates have doubled their speed: study

01 Sep 2014

London: Earth's tectonic plates are moving faster now than at any point in the last 2 billion years, according to a new study.

Earth,   tectonic plates,   oceanic crust,   University of New South Wales,   Sydney,   Australia ,  

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