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JioPhone 'explodes' in Kashmir; Company says it's intentional sabotage
According the a news report, Reliance Jio's much-awaited 4G feature phone -- JioPhone -- reportedly exploded while charging in Kashmir, roughly a month after the company started the delivery. 
NC youth leader terms centre’s dialogue announcement ‘useless exercise’
National Conference Youth Leader-Advocate Usman Gani today termed the announcement of dialogue process by center with stakeholders in Kashmir as a ‘useless exercise’, citing that such activities are only aimed at diverting attention from the aspirations of the people in Kashmir Valley.
SC questions logic behind mandating people to stand up for National Anthem in cinema halls
Supreme Court judge Justice D.Y. Chandrachud on Monday lashed out at the logic behind the November 30, 2016 order mandating people to stand up when the National Anthem is featured in cinema halls before every show, saying there is no need for an Indian to "wear his patriotism on his sleeve".
‘Officials forge BDO’s signature, swindle Rs 21 lakh MGNREGA funds’ Mistaken as braid chopper, ‘mentally unfit man’ ruthlessly beaten in Sopore Myanmar forces killed hundreds of Rohingyas systematically All deserving Pakistanis to get medical visa as Diwali gift 'Driver labelled as braid chopper for seeking salary' Seven civilians injured in LoC firing Duo arrested in Kulgam innocent: LeT Teacher found dead with his throat slit in south Kashmir Punjab notifies one-time property tax settlement

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JioPhone 'explodes' in Kashmir; Company says it's intentional sabotage
According the a news report, Reliance Jio's much-awaited 4G feature phone -- JioPhone -- reportedly exploded while charging in Kashmir, roughly a month after the company started the delivery. 
J & K
NC youth leader terms centre’s dialogue announcement ‘useless exercise’
National Conference Youth Leader-Advocate Usman Gani today termed the announcement of dialogue process by center with stakeholders in Kashmir as a ‘useless exercise’, citing that such activities are only aimed at diverting attention from the aspirations of the people in Kashmir Valley.
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SC questions logic behind mandating people to stand up for National Anthem in cinema halls
Supreme Court judge Justice D.Y. Chandrachud on Monday lashed out at the logic behind the November 30, 2016 order mandating people to stand up when the National Anthem is featured in cinema halls before every show, saying there is no need for an Indian to "wear his patriotism on his sleeve".

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250 students carry Longest saree ever worn by a bride in Sri Lanka
A Sri Lankan couple are under investigation for deploying hundreds of schoolchildren to carry the train of the bride’s saree during a wedding ceremony.
Monkey unfurls Tricolour in Pushkar
Teachers and students in a school in Rajasthan’s Pushkar were witnesses to a bizarre flag hoisting ceremony on Tuesday.
Irked over influx of viewers family hangs chopped braid on pole
Irked over the influx of visitors at her home, the family members of an alleged ''victim'' of 'braid cutting' hanged her ''chopped braid'' on a pole outside their house for public viewing in Uttar Pradesh's Gonda district, about 200 kilometres from here.

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