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We are with Hurriyat till they are on right track: Farooq   
Srinagar, Dec 5: Opposition National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah today said his party was not against Hurriyat Conference and supported the Kashmiri people's demand for their rights but it would not tread the "wrong path" for achieving these goals. Addressing his party workers at a function to commemorate the 111th birth anniversary of his father and party founder Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah at Hazratbal, he asked the Hurriyat leaders not to go separate ways saying "be united and we are............

'Don't let winter season become impediment in execution of works'
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Srinagar, Dec 5: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed the divisional administration not to let the winter season in the Valley become an impediment in the execution and completion of developmental works. She also impressed upon the PDD authorities to devise mechanism for doing away with unscheduled cuts in power supply during winters. Chairing an officers meeting here to review the winter arrangements in the Kashmir Valley, the Chief Minister..................

 
 
 
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Separatists placed under house arrest, life partially affected 

Srinagar, Dec 5: Normal life was partially affected in Kashmir today due to a strike called by separatists even as authorities placed Hurriyat Conference leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq under house arrest to foil their plans of holding a march to Lal Chowk city centre. "Geelani and the Mirwaiz have been placed under house arrest as a precautionary measure to maintain law and order," a police official said. The separatist groups had called for...............

 

Chidambaram should not forget that Cong was ally in NC led J&K Govt: Rana

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Jammu Dec 5: Reacting to the observations of senior Congress leader and former Union Home Minister P Chidambaram over the functioning of Omar Abdullah led National Conference-Congress government in Jammu and Kashmir, Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today questioned..............

Intruder arrested along LoC in Poonch
POONCH: An intruder, who crossed over from PoK, was arrested after being injured in firing along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir today. The intruder crossed into this side of LoC from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in Rangard nallah in Chikan-Da-Bangh belt of Poonch, army sources said. He was challenged by alert army personnel and tried to run back, they said, adding that troops fired at him resulting in minor injuries. He was later arrested, they added. He was identified as Mohmmad Nadeem of Abbaspur belt of PoK and is.....................

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Aadhaar must for sr citizen train ticket concession from Apr 1 
NEW DELHI, Dec 5: Come April 1, 2017, reservation of rail tickets for senior citizens will be directly linked to Aadhaar or Unique Identification (UID) cards on a mandatory basis for availing concessions at both counter and e-tickets. However, such a requirement will be optional during January-March 2017. Railway Ministry has decided to implement Aadhaar-based ticketing system for senior citizens in a two-phased manner. Accordingly, from January..........

Militants gained entry from forest behind Army camp
NEW DELHI, Dec 5: The militants who attacked the Army camp at Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir, had entered the premises from the forest area in its rear, official sources said today. The sources claimed that the militants used the forest area located behind the Army camp to gain entry. The area has barbed wire and a small wall, they said. Two Indian Army officers and five jawans were killed in............

 

Toll plazas to receive payment through credit, debit cards
NEW DELHI, Dec 5: All toll plazas on national highways will receive payments through credit or debit cards and e-wallet henceforth besides accepting old currency notes of R 500 till December 15. The Home Ministry has also asked the states to deploy adequate police so that no potential law and order problem arises across the toll plazas. In a communication to chief secretaries of all states, the Home Ministry said to facilitate smooth passage of national highways users, several measures have............

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Trump's 'deal-making skills' can help resolve Kashmir: US VP-elect Mike Pence    
Ohio, Dec 5: US president-elect Donald Trump can use his “extraordinary deal-making skills” to reduce tensions around the world and resolve problems such as the Kashmir issue, vice president-elect Mike Pence has said. In remarks that will not go down well with the leadership in New Delhi, Pence also said the new US administration intends to be “fully engaged” in South Asia..........

12 killed, 110 injured in hotel fire in Pakistan
Karachi, Dec 5: At least 12 people, including four women, suffocated to death and over 110 others were injured today when a pre-dawn fire ripped through a four-star hotel here, the fourth blaze to hit Pakistan's largest city in the last two weeks. The blaze broke out in the kitchen located at the ground floor of the Regent Plaza hotel at the city's..........

Air strikes kill 73 in rebel-held parts of Aleppo
Aleppo, Dec 5: Air strikes killed at least 73 people in rebel-held Idlib province, including 38 in the city of Maarat al-Numan, on Sunday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based group monitoring the war, reported. Russian war planes and Syrian military jets and helicopters have been conducting heavy strikes for months against rebels in Idlib, southwest of Aleppo. Insurgents had previously tried to get help and supplies to fellow rebels in the city from Idlib.........

 
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