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Stage set for Amarnath Yatra, 1st batch to leave today
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Jammu, Jun 30: Stage has been set for the beginning of an annual 59-day long Amarnath pilgrimage to be flagged off from Bhagwati Nagar based Yatri Niwas base camp here tomorrow. The much awaited pilgrimage is likely to be flagged off by the BJP MLAs, district administrative and senior police officials......................

Governor undertakes penultimate review of Yatra arrangements
GJ Report
Srinagar, Jun 30: Governor N N Vohra, who is Chairman, of Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, held a meeting with CEO of the Shrine Board P K Tripathi, Additional CEO Jitendra Kumar Singh, General Manager Works R K Pandita and other concerned officers to review the to-date status of the arrangements for the Yatra.................

 
 
 
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CM reconstitutes J&K Wakaf Board

GJ Report
SRINAGAR, JUN 30: In order to strengthen the Wakf institutions and streamline their functioning, Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today reconstituted the Board of Directors of J&K Wakf Board by nominating nine new Members to the organization. As per SRO-201, issued by the Department of Law............

 

Son of man killed by militants in Kashmir cracks IIT

Srinagar, Jun 30: A poverty-stricken youth, whose father was shot dead by militants when he was two months old, has cracked the prestigious IIT entrance examination but had to almost give up the idea of taking admission. Even the R 10,000 counselling fee was too much of an ask for 21-year-old Zahid Ahmad Qureshi. But help has poured in with the...............

5.5 magnitude quake rocks Kashmir
SRINAGAR: A 5.5 magnitude quake jolted the Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, early this morning. The tremors, which were felt at 0340 hrs, shook the valley when people were busy in prayers after Sahree, pre dawn meals before the start of the 12 day of holy month of Ramzan. People rushed out of their homes and mosques after the.................

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Ashok Jaitly passes away 
New Delhi, Jun 30: Ashok Jaitly, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary and close aide of Farooq Abdullah, passed away this morning here after a prolonged illness. He was 73. Jaitly, whose first wife was Samajwadi Janata Party leader Jaya Jaitly, was the Chief Secretary of the state during the turbulent period of 1996 to 2002....................

Jitendra Singh disfavours partial revocation of AFSPA 
New Delhi, Jun 30: Minister in Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh on Tuesday disfavoured partial withdrawal of controversial AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir but underlined that the last word on this would come only from the security agencies and not from political functionaries................

 

Disclose source of funds before going abroad: Govt
NEW DELHI, Jun 30: Central Government employees going abroad need to disclose estimated expenditure and source of funds prior to their visits, according to a draft policy formed by the Centre. Besides, they also need to give details of such trips taken by them during the past four years. According to the draft policy formed by Department of Personnel........

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At least 116 feared dead in Indonesia military plane crash: Officials
Medan, jun 30: At least 116 people are feared dead after an Indonesian air force transport plane crashed today into a major city shortly after take-off and exploded in a fireball, officials said. Buildings were left in ruins and cars reduced to flaming wrecks.............

2 dead after man sets self on fire on Japan train  
TOKYO, Jun 30: A 71-year-old man set himself on fire on a high-speed train in central Japan Tuesday, killing himself and one other person. It was the deadliest incident in the 51-year history of Japan's famed "Shinkansen" bullet trains. At least 26 other passengers.............

Nepal tells UN to destroy low quality food meant for quake survivors

KATHMANDU, jun 30: The United Nations must destroy hundreds of tonnes of substandard food it imported for distribution to survivors of the recent earthquakes in Nepal, a senior Nepali government official said on Monday. Two quakes, on April............

 
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