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ISI plotting terrorist attack in Ayodhya, J&K in August: Intel report

DNA Tuesday, 28 July 2020
Sources in intelligence agencies revealed on Tuesday that the ISI was training Lashkar and Jaish terrorists in Afghanistan to launch attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.
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Ayodhya Ayodhya City of Uttar Pradesh, India

Special aarti performed at Ayodhya's Sarayu River on 'Ram Navami' [Video]

Special aarti performed at Ayodhya's Sarayu River on 'Ram Navami'

Special aarti was performed at bank of Sarayu River in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya on the occasion of 'Ram Navami' on April 21. 'Ram Navami' is celebrated on the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri which marks the birth of Ram, seventh avatar of Vishnu.

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COVID-19: Ayodhya administration calls off Ram Navami celebrations due to surge in cases

Ayodhya's borders will be sealed and nobody, including seers from Haridwar Kumbh, will be allowed entry.
DNA

Inter-Services Intelligence Inter-Services Intelligence Military-operated intelligence service of Pakistan

Government can speak to ISI but not opposition leaders, claims Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Speaking to the senior Congress leader said, "This government can speak to Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). They are speaking to ISI in Dubai. Can't they talk..
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Jammu and Kashmir (state) Jammu and Kashmir (state) Former state administered by India

Construction of water filtration plant underway in JandK's Nowgam [Video]

Construction of water filtration plant underway in JandK's Nowgam

The construction of a water filtration plant at Nowgam village of Shangus Block of Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district is currently underway. The new water filtration plant would be equipped with the latest purification technology and will provide clean drinking water to over 40 thousand people in four villages of Shangus block of Anantnag. According to Muhammad Ayoub, the assistant executive engineer Jal Shakti sub division Anantnag, "The work on this water filtration project will cost Rs 13 crore and 33 lakhs and within next month, the project will be completed and villagers will get clean drinking water." "Two main projects are underway here under two different programs. One filtration plant of one million gallons per day (MGD), SRA of two lakh gallons and allied structures are being built to give clean water to locals. This is a centrally sponsored scheme," he said. Muhammad Amin, a local said, "Last year in December, the work got stalled because of winter. But now we can drink clean water. The work is going on very well and we are thankful to the government for this filter plant. Four villages will get the benefit from this plant." Ghulam Nabi, another local said, "The quality of water was very bad and caused many diseases here. Now, we are getting clean water. The work is underway and now we will get to drink clean water. We thank the government for this plant."

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From Rs 10cr, J&K’s earnings from liquor licence auction jumps to Rs 140cr

Jammu and Kashmir has logged a whopping rise in its earnings from the auction of 228 location-specific permits for liquor vends — from around Rs 10 crores in..
IndiaTimes

COVID-19: Jammu and Kashmir govt extends night curfew to all 20 districts - Details here

Earlier, night curfew was imposed in only eight districts of Jammu and Kashmir from 10 pm to 6 am.
DNA

Intel Intel American multinational corporation and technology company

Apple launches new iPad Pro, slim colorful iMacs [Video]

Apple launches new iPad Pro, slim colorful iMacs

Apple announced a line of slim iMac computers and iPads with higher-quality video that use its own processors, as it speeds its migration away from Intel and caters to a work-from-home world. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Apple unveils new iMac powered by its own chips [Video]

Apple unveils new iMac powered by its own chips

Apple has unveiled new versions of its iPad Pro and iMac desktop computer, the latest devices to be given the firm’s own-design computer chips which offer a performance boost.The M1 chip, announced last year, will see Apple gradually introduce its own silicon to all its computers over the next few years, replacing Intel processors and greatly improving performance, the company claims.

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Samsung to announce 'the most powerful' Galaxy device at Unpacked event [Video]

Samsung to announce 'the most powerful' Galaxy device at Unpacked event

By dropping an intriguing teaser of 'the most powerful Galaxy' device, South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced a new 'Galaxy Unpacked' event set for April 28. The upcoming all-virtual event will be live-streamed on the official site and the YouTube channel of Samsung. The South Korean electronic giant tweeted, "Welcome to a very special Unpacked - the most powerful Galaxy is coming. April 28, 2021. The teaser suggests that it will bring "the most powerful Galaxy" to the forthcoming launch, but the tech giant didn't say what this event will be about. But one thing seems evident; Samsung won't be introducing low-end devices at the event. Going by the teaser, the description of whatever Samsung is announcing as "the most powerful Galaxy" would seem to rule out a phone, like the rumoured GalaxyZ Fold 3. As per The Verge, the most generous depiction of a mobile processor, even one as powerful as Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 888, still isn't in the same ballpark as a true laptop processor. And despite recent headlines, Samsung is still rumoured to reveal the Z Fold 3 at a July event, potentially a replacement for the Galaxy Note's high-end summer phone release spot. Samsung is also rumoured to be working on a new Galaxy Book Pro line of laptops, which would feature 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch OLED panels, S-Pen support, and upgraded Intel CPUs. One of the new models - the Galaxy Book Pro 360 - is also said to include 5G compatibility.

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China tensions remain high, India-Pak crises likely to intensify: US Intel Report

India-China border tensions “remain high” despite pullbacks of forces and the crises between India-Pak will become “more intense," the US intelligence..
IndiaTimes

Afghanistan Afghanistan Country at the crossroads of Central and South Asia

Afghan drought: Severe water shortage for one-third of population [Video]

Afghan drought: Severe water shortage for one-third of population

Afghanistan is suffering from one of its worst droughts in decades.Aid agencies say one-third of the population does not have enough food or water.

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Ramzan 2021: Dates in high demand in Kashmir [Video]

Ramzan 2021: Dates in high demand in Kashmir

People in Kashmir valley are purchasing dates in large quantities as the holy month of Ramzan began last week. Dates are mostly consumed during Iftar (breaking time of fast). Rich in protein, dates also have health benefits. Markets in Srinagar are flooded with different varieties imported from Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Indonesia and Israel. Shopkeepers are expecting good profits as they are selling varieties ranging from Rs 300/kg up to Rs 2000/kg. "Last year we sold nothing, everything was under lockdown, this year with god's grace things look good," said a shopkeeper Suhail Ahmad. The tropical fruit holds significance in Islamic culture.

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Jaish-e-Mohammed Jaish-e-Mohammed Islamic Jihadist terrorist organisation active in Pakistan-administered Kashmir

Balakot air strike: The fallout | Where is Masood Azhar now? | Oneindia News [Video]

Balakot air strike: The fallout | Where is Masood Azhar now? | Oneindia News

India undertook daring air strikes deep within Pakistan territory on February 26, 2019, to eliminate terror camps days after 40 Indian jawans were martyred in a terror attack by the Pakistan based JeM. What was the fallout of the air strike and where is JeM chief Masood Azhar now? #Balakot #SurgicalStrike #MasoodAzhar

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Lashkar-e-Taiba Lashkar-e-Taiba Pakistan-based Islamist Terrorist organization

Watch: From terrorists in J&K, rifle widely used by US military recovered [Video]

Watch: From terrorists in J&K, rifle widely used by US military recovered

Two terrorists were eliminated in Jammu and Kashmir on March 28. Vijay Kumar, Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, said that Shopian police had received information about some terrorists hiding in a village, following which, a cordon was laid by police, Army, and CRPF. An encounter subsequently broke out in which a terrorist affiliated with Hizbul Mujahideen, and another linked to Lashkar-e-Taiba were killed. Kumar said that an AK47 rifle, a pistol, and an M4 rifle were recovered from the terrorists. The M4 carbine is widely used by US military personnel. Watch the full video for more.

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Hizbul, LeT terrorists gunned down in Shopian encounter: IGP Vijay Kumar [Video]

Hizbul, LeT terrorists gunned down in Shopian encounter: IGP Vijay Kumar

Updating on Shopian encounter, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar informed that one Hizbul Mujahideen and one LeT terrorists were gunned down. "One HM terrorist Inatullah Shaikh and one LeT terrorist Adil Malik killed in the Shopian encounter. One AK-47 rifle and one M4 rifle recovered. Shaikh came to India from Pakistan last week. In this year, two M4 rifles have been recovered so far," said IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar.

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19 terrorists killed in 2021, no civilian casualty: Kashmir IGP [Video]

19 terrorists killed in 2021, no civilian casualty: Kashmir IGP

While addressing a press conference in Srinagar on March 22, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar informed that 19 terrorists have been eliminated this year, and four security forces personnel were killed. "As far as encounter SOP is concerned, security forces follow procedure. Result is the killing of 19 terrorists this year. There's been no civilian death," said Kumar. 4 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists were killed in today's encounter in JandK's Shopian.

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4 terrorists killed in Shopian encounter affiliated to LeT: Kashmir IGP [Video]

4 terrorists killed in Shopian encounter affiliated to LeT: Kashmir IGP

All four terrorists who were killed in today's encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba, informed Kashmir IGP Vijay Kumar on March 22. One Army personnel was also injured and situation is under control now, he further informed.

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