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J&K floods: Over 1,84,000 people rescued so far
Jammu, Sep 14: More than 1,84,000 people have been rescued from the flood-ravaged parts of Jammu and Kashmir so far, as the relief operations launched by the Armed forces entered the 13th day today. "Over 1,84,000 people have been rescued so far by the Armed Forces and NDRF from different parts of J&K in the ongoing rescue and relief operations in the...............

Omar lashes out at rumour mongers    
SRINAGAR, Sep 14: Asserting that rescue and relief operations are being intensified, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at rumour mongers for wrongly spreading that rescue operations were focused only on outsiders and VIPs and not residents of the Valley. Seeking to set the record straight, he told reporters that about 80,000 people of the Valley were rescued by the armed forces and NDRF from their marooned houses while 13,100 were airlifted out..............

 
 
 
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With civic bodies almost defunct, locals burn garbage  
SRINAGAR, Sep 14: Desperate situations call for desperate measures! Adopting this adage, people of flood-hit Kashmir have started burning heaps of garbage gathered in many parts of the valley as civic bodies have become almost defunct over the past two weeks. The Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC), which looks after the sanitation of Jammu and Kashmir's summer capital, and other civic bodies could not collect and dispose waste material generated from households and hotels not affected by floods..........

 

Centre assures all-out health care assistance to flood-hit J&K
SRINAGAR, Sep 14: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan today said all assistance will be provided to the State health authorities to tackle any possible epidemic in the aftermath of the devastating floods. Vardhan was speaking at a meeting held with Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and senior officers at Hari Niwas.........

IAF choppers the 'only hope' of survival for people in Jammu mountains
SUNGARI (Rajouri), Sep 14: "Our house is gone, household goods have perished and all our animals killed. We did not have anything to eat," said Chamail Singh of Rajouri district while showering praise on Indian Air Force for air-dropping food items and other relief material. Singh, a resident of Sungari hamlet which has been ravaged by flash...............

 

 

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Chinese soldiers intrude 500 meters into Ladakh   
New Delhi, Sep 14: Escalating the Indo-China border tensions, Chinese troops intruded 500 meters and put up tents into Indian territory, as per reports on Sunday. "Some 30 Chinese soldiers invaded 500 meters area of Demchok in Ladakh on September 11," say reports. However, to confront the Chinese troops, around 70 Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel were deployed in the region. Last month, the Chinese troops reportedly entered almost 25 kms into India. The troops invaded the area of........

Aircel restores 2G services in most parts of Kashmir   
NEW DELHI: Private telecom operator Aircel today said it has restored its 2G services in most parts of the flood-hit Kashmir valley enabling its stranded subscribers to connect with their families and friends. Aircel's 2G services are operating in Anantnag, Shopian, Bandipora, Kulgam, Pulwama...........

 

Swamy suggests Prez's rule in J&K, Opposition slams    
New Delhi: Making a point about holding Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir amid flooding and ongoing rescue operations, the BJP's senior leader Subramanian Swamy on Sunday suggested that President's rule should be imposed in the state for a year. Swamy, who is known for speaking his mind, said that for one year J&K should be........

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British PM Cameron vows to hunt down 'monsters' who beheaded David Haines
London, Sep 14: In a strongly-worded response after an emergency meeting, Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday vowed to 'extinguish' the Islamic State (IS) by taking 'whatever steps necessary' after a new video depicted the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. "We will do everything in our power to hunt down these murderers and ensure they face justice..........

Afghanistan's megaflag symbolises 'Hind-Afghan Dosti'
Kabul, sep 14: Afghanistan has boldly raised its black, red and green megaflag - big enough to drape over a dinosaur - in the heart of the capital here with India's help, a monument that symbolises 'Hind-Afghan Dosti'. The 97 by 65 feet flag taller than the Statue of........

Death toll in Nigeria building collapse reaches 40
LAGOS, sep 14: Forty people have now died as a result of a building collapse at the megachurch of one of Nigeria's most famous preachers and televangelists, the country's main rescue body said on Sunday. "It's now 40 dead," Ibrahim Farinloye, southwest coordinator of the National Emergency Management ...........

 
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