CBSE Class 12 results: Separatist leader Shabir Shah’s daughter tops in J&K

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first_imgSama Shabir Shah, daughter of incarcerated separatist leader Shabir Shah, has topped the CBSE Class 12 results in Jammu and Kashmir, securing 97.8% marks.Sama is a student of Delhi Public School, Athwajan in Srinagar. “I attribute my success to the guidance of my father. My father who is in the Tihar jail is yet to hear the news though. It has been tough times,” said Sama.Dr. Bilquees Shah, wife of the separatist leader, said, “My two daughters were often disturbed by my repeated appearances before the Enforcement Directorate officials in New Delhi. Despite huge physical and psychological disturbances, my daughter worked hard and passed the examination with a distinction.”Congratulating Sama Shabir on her success, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said, “Her hardwork and determination has helped her overcome all odds. She is truly an inspiration for the youth of our State.”Shabir Shah was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on July 25 last year in connection with a money laundering case.last_img read more


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first_imgNight curfew was lifted and Internet services resumed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bhaderwah valley on Thursday after nine days, officials said. Curfew was imposed in Bhaderwah valley of Doda district on May 16 following violent protests by members of a community against the killing of a person in firing under suspicious circumstances. Internet services on mobile phones started functioning on Friday evening after remaining suspended for nine days. Bhaderwah Tehsildar Zeeshan Tahir said the services were suspended as mobile Internet was misused in the past by miscreants to foment trouble in the valley.last_img


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first_imgLast year, in partnership with Stratton Publishing & Marketing, the Angerosa Research Foundation reported that 85 percent of associations published at least one e-newsletter, with 67 percent publishing more than one. Despite e-newsletter production growth, a number of association publishers—including American School Board Journal editor-in-chief Glenn Cook—consider high-security spam filters to be directly impacting open-rates, and in turn, readership.For Carole Hayward, director of newsletters and special publications for educational association ASCD, those spam filters, which are used by a number of schools, make it challenging to deliver news to members. ASCD uses a third-party media service to send one of its e-newsletters, “but even they can’t solve the problem entirely,” said Hayward.While the best solution is spam-checking e-newsletters before sending them to readers, there are other ways to get past the filters: Break Up the List When sending e-news to members, “try breaking the recipients into several groups and sending out the same e-mail under a slightly different subject line,” said ASBJ publications coordinator Margaret Suslick. Shorten Subject Lines“Our subject lines are short,” said Cook. One of its highest e-alert open rates, he said, was for the four-word subject line “A Day to Remember.”Appealing Subjects Are Likely Targets“I’ve found that trying to offer members ‘free’ anything via e-mail is a great way to end up in the spam folder,” said Hayward. Words like “dollar,” “free,” and “savings” are all culprits when it comes to marking e-newsletters as junk mail. Hayward said subject lines like “Top 10 Tips” tend to bypass spam filters and appeal to members.Send Links, Not SurveysASBJ sends its reader panel survey via a link in its e-newsletter instead of embedding the survey, giving its digital offerings additional protection from spam filters.last_img read more


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first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /50:42 Listencenter_img X On Wednesday’s Houston Matters: We learn more about Gov. Greg Abbott’s new plan to improve school safety across the state. It comes less than two weeks after a student shot and killed ten people at Santa Fe High School. Plus: News 88.7’s Davis Land reports on how a mother’s stress from a natural disaster can affect her baby.Also this hour: Our political experts discuss the latest national, state, and local political stories with an eye for how they might affect Houston and Texas. Then, we learn about some unusual crime-solving methods being used in Texas, such as hypnosis. And we meet some seriously competitive local Scrabble players.WATCH: Today’s Houston Matters 360-Degree Facebook Live Video.We offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcast apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Sharelast_img read more


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first_imgBy Stephen Janis, Special to the AFROThe continuing turmoil plaguing the city’s efforts to select a new police commissioner hit a major snag today, when Mayor Catherine Pugh’s pick Ft. Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald formally withdrew his name from consideration to be the city’s next top cop.In a written statement sent to the AFRO Pugh said Fitzgerald’s decision came amid an ongoing family crisis involving his son.Fort Worth, Tx. police chief Joel Fitzgerald has formally withdrew his name from consideration to be the Baltimore Police Department’s Police Commissioner. (Twitter Photo)“After a lengthy discussion with Chief Joel Fitzgerald, I respect his decision to withdraw his candidacy for Baltimore Police Commissioner in order to devote his full attention to his son who is now facing a second brain surgery tomorrow to remove a mass that was discovered late last week.  Our fervent prayers are with him and his family during what is unquestionably a troubling and stressful period for them,” Pugh stated.The move came after a contentious public hearing over the weekend where residents expressed misgivings about Fitzgerald’s record and inaccuracies in his resume, which overstated the decrease in crime in Ft. Worth during his tenure as first reported by the Baltimore Sun.Fitzgerald’s withdrawal also follows pushback from key members of the city council, including Councilman Brandon Scott who told the AFRO he had reservations about Fitzgerald’s ability to run a department currently under federal consent decree and battling record high crime.“What I need to see is someone who is a proven crime fighter, who has the ability and the wherewithal to be on the same level of importance with reform and restructuring,” Scott said.“And as of yet, I haven’t seen that.”Fitzgerald was scheduled to appear before the city council today for a formal hearing before the executive appointments committee.   But, that meeting was postponed when he canceled the appearance citing the emergency surgery for his son.The announcement leaves the city’s beleaguered police department without a permanent leader for the foreseeable future.  The abrupt withdrawal also comes after the city council spent $5,000 traveling to Ft. Worth to vet Fitzgerald by conferring with the residents there.Currently, the Baltimore Police Department (BPD), is headed by interim police commissioner Gary Tuggle.  Tuggle, a former DEA agent, withdrew himself from consideration for the top job late last year.In 2018, Pugh’s previous pick, Darryl De Sousa resigned after he was indicted for failing to file several years of tax returns.   In December, DeSousa pled guilty to three count of failing to file federal tax returns.It is unclear what happens next. City officials said they had considered dozens of candidates during a nationwide search, but refused to release a short list of who was under consideration.last_img read more


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first_imgKolkata: Miscreants tried to extort money from acquaintances of a doctor after hacking his e-mail ID. On November 12 around 4:20 pm, the ID was hacked and a mail was sent. It was found that several people had received thesame mail. The Head of the Department (HOD) of Oncology department at Calcutta Medical College and Hospital, Dr Shibashis Bhattacharya alleged that on November 12 he got a phone call from one of his friends claiming that he sent a mail saying he is in danger and in need of Rs 40,000. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeOn hearing this, Bhattacharya suspected his e-mail account was hacked. He immediately rushed to a cyber cafe and changed the password. But that did not help. A few hours later, the same mail was sent to another person close to Bhattacharya. It read: ‘I hope you’re doing okay and this e-mail finds you well. Please where are you at the moment? I’m having such a frustrating ordeal right now and need an urgent favor from you. I’m unavailable over the phone, so I will appreciate if you could email me back as soon as you get this.’ Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedWhen the recipient replied through e-mail he was asked to transfer Rs 40,000 to one bank account. It was also mentioned that Bhattacharya was out of town and the money is urgently needed for a person’s surgery close to him. As he is out of the town, he is asking him to provide the money. Everyone found the matter to be fishy and did not tranfer the money. When Bhattacharya came to know that several people in his circle had received the same mail, he lodged a complaint with Cyber Crime Cell in Lalbazar. “I lodged a complaint with the police. They told me that sleuths are probing in to the matter. Thankfully nobody transferred the money to the account otherwise it would have been a disaster,” said Bhattacharya.last_img read more