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Jammu and Kashmir: Police and 26 RR joint operation team captures LeT terrorist alive

In Jammu and Kashmir's Doda region, a joint operation of Police and 26 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) arrested a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant carrying a reward of Rs 5 lakh on his head. According to the police, after receiving the information about militants in Thathri area, District Police Doda and 26 RR conducted a search operation. As per the police, one of the LeT militants has been identified as Jamal Din Gujjar son of Khair Dir. One AK-47, a pouch, and other consumable things have been recovered from the militant. Src: https://bit.ly/2Y4pseE

Gurugram: A Man stands naked in the balcony, masturbates in front of a woman

Recently a shocking and shameful incident occurred in a high profile residential society in Gurugram. On Tuesday night, at around 10.30 PM in Uniworld City residential society in the Millennium city, a man stood naked in his balcony and started masturbating in front of a woman who was playing with her cat in the balcony. The woman said, "For the moment, I lost my senses and felt how he could do that so brazenly. I felt really insecure in home own home." Src: https://bit.ly/2Gu4KtX

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Uber partners with SUN Mobility to promote electric vehicles

Ride-sharing platform Uber has partnered with Sun Mobility to promote electric vehicles in India. As part of the partnership, Sun Mobility will offer its energy infrastructure platform, including swappable smart batteries and quick interchange stations to select Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) for building electric autos that will offer the riders more affordable, clean and convenient daily. The availability of swappable lithium-ion batteries will reduce the overall cost of such eco- friendly vehicles, as batteries constitute almost 40% of the overall cost of an electric vehicle. Fleet owners and Uber’s driver partners will benefit because they can buy vehicles without the battery to save money on initial acquisition costs. Src: https://bit.ly/2GFZljF

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3 Indian-origin high profile ministers appointed in Johnson Boris’ cabinet, including Infosys founder’s son-in-law

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday promoted Alok Sharma to the rank of a cabinet minister with the portfolio for international development, soon after appointing Priti Patel to the role of Home secretary. Johnson, also promoted Rishi Sunak, son-in-law of Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy to the role of chief secretary to the Treasury. This will be the first time the UK prime minister’s cabinet will have three ministers from the Indian community. Despite being a Conservative government, Johnson brought in new faces to prepare for Brexit. Src:https://bit.ly/2ZbpM7J