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Farooq Abdullah's party linked the questioning to the recent move by him to bring together all J&K parties in a campaign for restoring special status. Stay tuned for Latest LIVE news
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will shortly deliver the keynote address at the inaugural of the Grand Challenges Annual Meeting 2020 where world leaders, scientists and researchers will discuss scientific collaboration in solving global health problems, with emphasis on the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual meeting, for the last 15 years, has fostered international innovation collaborations to address the biggest challenges in health and development, said a statement from the Prime Minister's Office on Saturday.ED is questioning National Conference patron Farooq Abdullah in connection with the multi-crore Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association scam. The questioning is in connection with alleged misappropriation of Rs 43 crore when Farooq Abdullah was the chairman of J&K Cricket Association, the sources said.
Meanwhile, controversy errupted around Twitter for wrongly showing Jammu and Kashmir as part of China. The company later issued a statement saying, "We became aware of this technical issue on Sunday, and understand and respect the sensitivities around it. The teams have worked swiftly to investigate and resolve the concerned geotag issue."
Delhi University's admission process under the second cut-off list will commence from today, with principals saying they are all geared up for the process after the first round.
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