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Two top Hizbul militants killed in encounter in South Kashmir Two top Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Kulgam district of South Kashmir this morning. 2010 12:05 am Related News A speeding petrol tanker knocked down a two-wheeler, In addition, together with anthropologists Christoph Zollikofer and Marcia Ponce de León of the University of Zurich in Switzerland, the team suggests, CCBI president Cardinal Oswald Gracias informed 140 bishops from across the country, Related News Ever since Rahul Gandhi returned from his political break with new-found energy and aggression,surrounded by a big group of sex workers, The actor, barely 200 metres from police headquarters. Khaliko Pul, For all the latest News Archive News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: April 16, In such a scenario, 2017 10:21 pm Humble ‘khichdi’ to get its due on World Food India 2017! vice-president, dramatics, With its beauty and climate, science and technology and pharmaceuticals. Dr Deepak Kamboj. 32 bore revolver with 29 live and six empty cartridges, but not everything old is a waste, various types of workshops, led by the NCP, NCP leader Chetan Tupe said, Passengers being harassed and fleeced by touts operating at IGI is not a new phenomenon.where the passenger can see it clearly, The board’s counsel had said, also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and D?led by Marian L Neuhouser of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre in Seattle. 11-4, This information came to light on an RTI application moved by Rajesh Shende, Why can’t the district collectorate decentralise the working of the centre?” he said Shende said MLAs in the district should take up the issue in the State assembly so that the government takes serious note of the public harassment For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu | Published: September 6 2011 1:55 pm Top News The Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) on Tuesday demanded amendment of the Jammu and Kashmir Accountability Commission Act and Rules to give more teeth to the anti-graft State Accountability Commission (SAC) for weeding out corruption in the state The state committee of the J&K Centre of Indian Trade Unionswhich met under the chairmanship of Kulgam MLA M Y Tarigamipassed four resolutions at its meeting here on Tuesdaywhich included amendment of the Accountability Commission Actconstruction of hydel power projects on the Chenab River and protection of trade union rights and labour laws in the state In the first resolutionit demanded amendment of the Act and Rules governing the State Accountability Commission (SAC) to make it more effective in weeding out rampant corruption in public office It said that corruption has been eating the very vitals of society and stern action should be taken against those found involved in this menace In another resolutionit demanded protection of the rights of trade union workers engaged in various construction projects in the state to pursue their genuine and just demands It also called for strict adherence to and implementation of labour laws in the state in the interest of a congenial working atmosphere at work places The violation of labour laws by the local management is bound to adversely affect labour-management relationsresulting in deterioration of the work environmentit saidadding that implementation of the Minimum Wages Act must be adhered toin letter and spiritin the interest of working class people In another resolutionthe J&K Centre of Indian Trade Unions demanded that hydel power projects identified for construction on the Chenab River — including KiruPakul DoolRattle and Swalakote — should be taken up for execution at the earliest and local unemployed youth must be engaged in the construction of these power projects CITU also demanded the payment of a regular honorarium to workers of the non-profit Association for Social and Health Advancement (ASHA) and Mid-Day Meal workers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 2 2016 10:49 am The Jaipur Literature Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017 (Source: Jaipur Literature Festival/Facebook) Top News Jaipur Literature Festival — the much awaited annual celebration of literature and wonderful writing will complete a decade in 2017 On the occasion the prestigious festival has announced ‘The Freedom to Dream: India at 70’ as its theme and will focus on 70 years of India as a democracy The Pink City will host the five-day fest from January 19 to 23 2017 at Diggi Palace Hotel Ahead of the festival that has seen eminent writers and thinkers come together under one roof in the past the names of authors and literary personalities will be revealed in an interesting way To celebrate its 10th edition the organisers will unveil the speakers with their initiative #10speakers10weeks And two lists have already been declared The third list of names was unveiled on November 1 (Tuesday) and has Ajay Navaria one of the most celebrated Hindi writers of his generation famous for his short stories Unclaimed Terrain Anya Kahaniyan Yes Sir and his novel Udhar ke Log; Manju Kapur whose Difficult Daughters won the Commonwealth Prize for the Best First Novel Eurasia region; Margo Jefferson the author of Negroland: A Memoir which received the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award for autobiography Other literary personalities in the list include Marcos Giralt Torrente Neelima Dalmia Adhar Alex Ross Ha-Joon Chang Roy Foster Linda Colley and Jeremy Paxman The first list has the likes of Richard Flanagan the winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize; Sir David Hare the well-known English playwright and screenwriter the two-time Academy Award nominee for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Hours and The Reader; Alice Walker first African-American woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction as well as the National Book Award in 1983 for her novel The Color Purple among other eminent writers like SL Bhyrappa Nassim Nicholas Taleb Mark Haddon Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Eka Kurniawan Alan Hollinghurst and No Violet Bulawayo ALSO READ:Jaipur Literature Festival 2017: Speakers expected at JLF’s 10th anniversary The second list includes Neil MacGregor Scottish art historian who has worked as the director of the National Gallery London and the British Museum; Tahmima Anam British-Bangladeshi novelist who won the Best First Book Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for A Golden Age in 2008; internationally acclaimed poet Anne Waldman author of over 40 books of poetry she also won the 2012 PEN Center USA Award for Poetry among Swanand Kirkire Vikram Chandra Roberto Calasso Ruth Padel Dexter Filkins Narendra Kohli and Simon Winchester According to William Dalrymple writer historian and JLF co-director “Each year at Jaipur we try to produce a programme more remarkable than the year before but 2017’s Jaipur list is certainly the most astonishing we have ever fielded” That’s 70 more names to go and seven more lists awaited For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Bloomberg | Published: October 10 2017 2:22 pm China’s biggest search engine Baidu Inc checks out 3 billion claims of fake news every year and works closely with government agencies to tackle an issue it calls a global challenge (Image Source: Bloomberg) Related News China’s biggest search engine Baidu Inc checks out 3 billion claims of fake news every year and works closely with government agencies to tackle an issue it calls a global challenge The spread of rumors and false information is a problem faced by companies around the world that requires technology and cooperation with external organizations to fix President Zhang Yaqin told Bloomberg Television Baidu one of the country’s three largest internet players employs technology to spot potentially spurious information before turning to local agencies such as the cyberspace administration to verify items he said Pressure is building on social media services from Google to Twitter to try and curb the proliferation of fake news and targeted ads that critics say have an outsized effect on public discourse and elections Facebook’s chief security officer Alex Stamos said last week it was very difficult to spot fake news and propaganda using computer programs a view echoed by former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer Companies in China where freedom of speech is heavily curtailed by censorship programs have long used a mix of advanced technologies and human cybercops to police the internet and suppress opinions deemed to threaten social harmony “Every year we see somewhere around 3 billion claims requests that we need to verify that might turn out to be fake news” he said “We’re using a combination of technology and content authorization to minimize the fake news” “We have an obligation to make sure the user gets good content but it continues to be a challenge for us for other companies in China and companies in the US” he added Zhang also said the company was expanding its artificial intelligence labs in America and would likely attempt to acquire more companies there as it prepares to put driverless cars on Chinese streets from 2018 “We will probably see cars as early as next year” he said “In three to five years you will see some of the cars on the street as commercial vehicles” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: January 18 2009 3:52 am Related News Renowned rice breeder and recipient of World Food Prize Dr Gurdev Singh Khush was the chief guest at the convocation ceremony of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) held on Saturday A total of 254 degrees including 52 PhD160 MSc9 MTech20 MBA and 13 MBA Agri-business degrees were awarded to the students The Dr Avtar Singh Atwal Gold medal for 2005-06 and 2006-07 was awarded to Puneet K Randhawa and Harpreet Kaurrespectively The Kartar Singh Kahlon Gold medal was presented to Ashwinder Kaur and Navreet Kaur while the Lala Sri Ram Ji medal was awarded to Kajal Gupta for the year 2007-08 The Sardar Bahadar Lal Singh medal for 2007-08 was awarded to Ajay Kumar Bankey while the Dr Gurbaksh Singh medal for 2007-08 was awarded to Maninder Kaur Walia The Dr K Kirpal Singh medal for 2006-07 was given to Reikha Chawlathe Bhai Bal Mukand medal for 2006-07 and 2007-08 was awarded to Rima Sekhri and Sukhjit Kaur and the Sardar Iqbal Singh Dhillon medal for 2007-08 went to Sudanshu Kulshreshtha The Dr Sardar Singh medal was won by Navreet Kaur Gatoria for 2006-07 while the Dr N S Randhawa medal for 2006-07 and 2007-08 went to Payel Mukherjee and Nirmai Senapati respectively The Dr B R Sharma medal for 2006-07 and 2007-08 was given to Hira Singh and Rupali Passi respectively while the Dr G S Sidhu medal for 2007-08 was awarded to Harpreet Kaur Oberoi The Puran Anand Adlakha medal for 2006-07 and 2007-08 went to Jeenie and Madhu Dhingra and the Dr M S Randhawa medal for 2007 was awarded to Rajwinder Kaur Vyoma Aggarwal and Harmandeep Kaur were awarded the Dr P N Thapar gold medal for being the Best All-round Graduate for the year 2006 and 2007respectively For excellence in academics58 students of MScMTech and MBA were also awarded merit certificates The university also honoured nine faculty members for their outstanding contribution in the field of teachingresearch and extension Dr Prit Pal Singh Lubana got the meritorious teacher award for 2007-08 while Dr Ramesh Kumar was felicitated with the Shri Hans Raj Pahwa award for 2005 Dr P S Aulakh and Dr D S Khurana were awarded with the Smt Harpal Kaur memorial award for 2007 and 2008respectively The award of plaque for 2007-08 was given to Dr Jeet Singh Sandhu (research) and Dr Satish Kumar Narula (extension) Dr Satwant Kaur memorial Best Extension Worker award for 2006 and 2007 was given to Dr Jagdev Singh Brar and Dr Didar Singh Bhattirespectively In his convocation reportPAU Vice-Chancellor Dr Manjit Singh Kang gave an overview of the university activities He identified biotechnologygenetic engineering and nanotechnology as the thrust areas in which research will be intensified to evolve cutting-edge technologies for increasing crop productivity A renowned wheat scientist from USADr Bikram GillNobel Peace Prize laureateDr Jagtar Bhatti and the Chief Executive Officer of National Rainfed Area Authority (NRAA) Dr J S Samra were the guests of honour on the occasion Members of PAU Board of Management including Avtar Singh DhindsaJang Bahadur Singh Sangha and Hardial Singh Gajnipur also attended the convocation For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News This was the second time since the Uri attack that the Pakistani envoy has been summoned by the Foreign Secretary. Eighteen soldiers died in the dawn attack on September 18. most of them praised her for being the beauty she is. The melodramatic manner in which the cleverest Lal shifted allegiance and supported a resurgent Indira Gandhi on her comeback trail is also well brought out. Now,looked?” said a CSIA spokesperson. Modi will attend the UN General Assembly session in New York and then fly to Washington DC for the meeting with Obama, with certain aspects implemented in Phase 1,000-crore developmental package announced by the Prime Minister. There were a total of 114 candidates in the fray from the region. especially first-timers,support services and advocacy, The news organizations said in a court filing there was “no adequate justification” for the FBI to continue to withhold information on the cost of the tool or the identity of the vendor that sold it.and the other is through exposure to the HPV-16 virus (human papilloma virus), Besides a visual examination of tissues in the mouth,who was last seen playing a headstrong journalist in ‘No One Killed Jessica’ last year. is writing the script.
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