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JK NNI News Imran Nazir Srinagar 12 Nov 2017 As a step to boost the Civil Administration – Military relationship in Gulmarg sector, a cricket match was organised by Army unit at Gulmarg under the aegis of HIMALAYAN BRIGADE. The match was played between the Army and the Employees of Gulmarg Gandola on 12 Nov 17. The overwhelming participation and ...

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The 10 Most Important Dinosaur Facts

JK NNI NEWS RAFIA BASHIR Dinosaurs Weren’t the First Reptiles to Rule the Earth The first dinosaurs evolved during the middle to late Triassic period, about 230 million years ago, in the part of the supercontinent of Pangea that now corresponds to South America. Before then, the dominant land reptiles were archosaurs (“ruling lizards”), therapsids (“mammal-like reptiles”) and pelycosaurs (typified by Dimetrodon), and for 20 million or ...

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Kashmir issue needs immediate solution.. Waza

JK NNI News Shakir Kuchay Islamabad /13 NOVEMBER A CORE GROUP MEATING was held in Islamabad in the chairman ship of mukhtar Ahmad waza and senior member Nisar Ahmad rather..Shujat ul islam. Mohd Aarif..umer nabi. Shahid ul islam fayaz ah bhat and Meer aamir Senior Hurriyat leader and chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s League Mukhtar Ahmad Waza today made it ...

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No More Blackouts? New Framework Guarantees the Stability of Microgrids

JK NNI NEWS RAFIA BASHIR Source: Jennifer Chu, MIT News By installing capacitors, MIT engineers reveal a new method for guaranteeing the stability of any microgrid that runs on direct current. Today, more than 1.3 billion people are living without regular access to power, including more than 300 million in India and 600 million in sub-Saharan Africa. In these and ...

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Watching TV for too long harmful for health, may increase blood clot risk

JK NNI NEWS RAFIA BASHIR New Delhi: Watching television for too long can increase the risk of developing blood clots two times, warn researchers. The findings showed that risk of blood clots in the veins of the legs, arms, pelvis and lungs known as venous thromboembolism or VTE increases with the amount of time spent watching television even if people ...

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Bill Gates makes 100 million investment to eliminate Alzheimer’s

JK NNI NEWS Reuters London: Billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is to invest $50 million in the Dementia Discovery Fund, a venture capital fund that brings together industry and government to seek treatments for the brain-wasting disease. The investment, a personal one and not part of Gates’ philanthropic Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will be followed by another $50 million ...

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Two militants killed Handwara shootout

JK NNI NEWS WEB DESK Srinagar: Two militants have been killed in a brief shootout at Rajwar in Handwara area of Kupwara district, a senior police official told news agency GNS. SDPO Handwara, Shabir Khan told GNS that two militants have been killed in the shootout after they fired upon joint party of police and army near Galganzer, Zacheldara in ...

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Saroori visited Sarthal took stock of peoples problems

JK NNI NEWS SHAKIR KUCHAY Reach out to the people with the ultimate goal of serving them: Saroori to party workers Many join Congress party from Sarthal SARTHAL, NOVEMBER 13: – Member of Legislative Assembly from Inderwal, Ghulam Mohamamd Saroori today conducted a tour of the Sarthal area and took stock of the problems faced by the people especially of ...

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NPP Supremo visits Indo-Pak borders in J&K Tours Udhampur District

    JK NNI NEWS SHAKIR KUCHAY       Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Executive Chairman, State Legal Aid Committee, J&K toured District Udhampur its Tehsil Headquarters in Ramnagar & Chenani addressed several meetings of ex-servicemen, kisans and trade unions. He visited International Borders between Pakistan and India in R.S. Pura Sector this afternoon also to judge the ...

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