Edi

Edi News

Pampore: Encounter ends; bodies of 2 terrorist found in EDI building

Three army commandos, including two Captains, and a militant were killed on Sunday in the fierce gunfight with a group of terrorists holed up inside a government building on the outskirts of Srinagar, raising the toll to seven in the encounter that began yesterday afternoon.

Two CRPF men killed in J&K strike, Pampore encounter continues

Militants attacked CRPF jawans on the national highway in the evening and then took refuge inside the neighboring EDI building in which two jawans were killed.

Advertising

EDI's new centre in Uzbekistan to be inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi

Hasmukh Adhia, secretary, Union Ministry of Finance described the institute as the "only-one-of-its-kind" in the country that churns out entrepreneurs every year.

Rainbow Nations

Rana earns her living by driving a cab in Iran.

Rainbow Nations

This year,Kashish celebrates queer cinema from the unlikeliest of countries.

State spares just 0.8% of its income to health,2% for education

The SAD-BJP government’s welfare-oriented Budget has little to spare for its two main social sectors health and education. While the outlay for education,including technical education,is just 2.53 per cent of the state gross domestic product a few notches down from last year that for medical and public health is a mere 0.81 per cent in the 2012-13 Budget,just 0.13 per cent higher than the previous year.

Advertising

MICA,6 other state B-schools to accept CAT scores

As many as seven business colleges,besides the Indian Institute of Management,in the state have decided to accept the scores of Common Admission Test 2011.

Edi Videos

Pampore encounter enters day 3

Pampore, Feb 22 (ANI): The gunfight between security forces and terrorists underway in Pampore, Jammu and Kashmir, entered the third day on Monday with the death toll reaching to seven, including one terrorist. The terrorists are holed up inside the multi-storeyed government complex of Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) on the Jammu- Srinagar National Highway. The entire area has been cordoned off as security forces are engaged heavily with the terrorists.

Advertising