All you must Know about Apple stunning iPhone7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2

Pre-orders for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus begins from September 9 and the shipping will start from September 16 at first in 28 countries, with 30 more countries one week later, Tech Crunch reported. Apple unveils stunning iPhone7, iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2Representational Image Ending round-the-clock rumours that had sent the world of technology into a tizzy for quite some time now, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday unveiled stunning iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with next-generation ‘Apple Watch Series 2’ at the jam-packed Bill…

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‘They want us to write. In blood.’ Four poems on Kashmir

A selection of yet-to-be-published poems on life – and death – in the valley. Poetry makes one a witness rather than just an archivist. One’s life-blood, all that is political, emotional and ethical; lived, remaining, and forgotten coagulates into a poem. Yet at many junctures the verses are only despair; mourning a beleaguered homeland. And sometimes the poems cannot help but disparage the act of writing itself, which under siege is like a testimony given under duress: useless, digressive, and exploitative. But then, maybe not. A Haiku A Kashmiri beholding…

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Stolen Wi-Fi passwords, mohalla news: How Kashmir gets around the internet clampdown

On the evening of August 16, I drove to Lal Chowk, some ten kilometres from home, to print out a ticket for a flight to Delhi the next morning. It was my last option. Mobile internet had been suspended in Kashmir Valley for over a month and earlier that afternoon broadband internet too was cut off in most parts. However, in the city centre of Srinagar, close to the government offices, broadband services were still functional. Or so I thought. In the rain-swept streets, under the fading light, the few…

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On 47th day of curfew, Srinagar residents face acute shortage of essential commodities

Inhabitants of several areas of Srinagar city, including Habba Kadal, Fateh Kadal, Khanyar, Eidgah, Nowhatta, Batamaloo and others said that they are not being allowed to purchase essential commodities, especially baby food. On 47th day of curfew, Srinagar residents face acute shortage of essential commoditiesFile Photo Srinagar, Aug 24 (KNS): As the curfew and restrictions continued for the 47th consecutive day across Kashmir on Wednesday, inhabitants of various areas here have complained of facing acute shortage of essential commodities and baby food. Inhabitants of several areas of Srinagar city, including…

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