Srinagar, March 16 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the researchers at Government Medical College in Srinagar have found that a good number of local residents are suffering from a vision disorder known as Colour Vision Deficiency (CVD) or color blindness, a type of disorder where people face problems in recognizing colors.

The research conducted by the Department of Physiology, GMC Srinagar said that about 4.7 percent of adult population in Kashmir is suffering from CVD and among them, majority is of adult males. »

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‘Kidnapping of innocent people from Nepal common in India’

New Delhi, March 15 (KMS): Former Indian Inspector General of Police S M Mushrif has revealed that Ajmal Kasab – the only accused who was allegedly captured alive in 2008 Mumbai attacks – was arrested before 2006 from Kathmandu by the Indian agency RAW with the help of Nepalese forces.

In his explosive book called ‘Who killed Karkare?’, Mushrif said that there were six individuals involved in the Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus-Cama-Rangbhavan operation. »

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