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Kashmir Crown

Burhan Wani’s 3rd anniversary: JRL calls for complete shutdown on Monday

Srinagar, Jul 06:(KOR) Remembering the slain Hizb commander of Burhan Wani and his associate on his 3rd anniversary, and 126 others killed in 2016 uprising, Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) on Saturdays appealed for a complete shutdown on 8th July 2019 (Monday). In a statement issued to KNS, JRL has urged world powers to “look in this age old conflict which has consumed more than half a million people and still continue to suck the blood of innocents on daily basis.” “No nation can afford to lose its generations with such a fast pace and Kashmiri’s also want the resolution of this bleeding issue peacefully without further bloodshed. Our youth have been forced to take extreme steps when their peaceful cries and democratic posturing was responded with brute and unmatched force. Unending curbs on political activities, continuous detention of resistance leadership, denial of basic human values has added to the already existing political uncertainty in state and as such our youth are quit…

Militant killed in Shopian gunfight, search operation on

A militant was killed in a gunfight with the security forces in Narwani area of south Kashmir’s Shopian district on Friday.
An official source told news agency GNS that one militant has been killed and his body has been also recovered from the orchards.

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Accident at Keshwan area of Kishtwar near Sirgwari reportedly Mini Bus No-JK17 6787 full of passengers has fell into a deep gorge, More than 25 passangers On shot dead More details fallowing

Children need microbes — not antibiotics — to develop immunity, scientists say

Yes, it’s important to wash your hands. It’s critical during cold and flu season and especially if you visit someone at the hospital.The problem is — in the West at least — parents have taken the business of keeping clean way too far.New science shows that blasting away tiny organisms called microbes with our hand sanitizers, antibacterial soaps and liberal doses of antibiotics is having a profoundly negative impact on our kids’ immune systems, says microbiologist Marie-Claire Arrieta, co-author of a new book called Let Them Eat Dirt: Saving Our Children from an Oversanitized World.The assistant professor at the University of Calgary, along with her co-author, esteemed microbiologist Brett Finlay, make the case that we’re raising our kids in a cleaner, more hyper-hygienic environment than ever before. They say that overdoing it the way we are is contributing to a host of chronic conditions ranging from allergies to obesity. I chatted with Arrieta recently to find out more.What inspire…

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