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WEATHER MOODS: City of temples witnessed near total blackout at noon after dark clouds hovered over bringing heavy downpour on Sunday. RAKESH

CM rushes to Srinagar, directs utilization of all available resources, urges people not to panic 
GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, MAR 29: Cancelling all his prior engagements at Jammu, the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today rushed to Srinagar to review the situation first-hand that has arisen due to incessant rains which have continued to lash Kashmir Valley from the last two..............

CAG raps Govt for poor police infrastructure
JAMMU, MAR 29: The Comptroller and Auditor General of India in its latest report has rapped Jammu and Kashmir government for poor infrastructure and lack of basic facilities for the police force in the state. The government auditor came hard against the state's 'negligence' towards police department as it revealed that 18 police stations and 103 police posts were operating without 'own' buildings...................

 
 
 
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Coalition keen to see J&K self-reliant in power generation: Dy CM 

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 29: Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh today informed the House that Government will explore all possibilities of harnessing 20000 MW power potential in the State with the help of private players. He said special impetus will be.............

 

Ex-Minister, top officers indicted
JAMMU, MAR 29: A commission looking into the 2013 communal violence in Kishtwar which left four persons dead and over 80 injured has reportedly indicted former Jammu and Kashmir Minister Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo and several top officers. Members of ruling BJP-PDP combine attacked Opposition National Conference demanding arrest of Kitchloo, who was..............

BJP's stand vindicated: Sethi
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 29: The final report of Justice R.C. Gandhi, which has indicted NC leader and senior officials, has vindicated the stand of the BJP that the then local MLA (MoS Home) was responsible for Kishtwar riots. This was stated by BJP State Chief Spokesperson, Sunil Sethi while addressing a...................

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Govt may decide today on continuing pre-paid mobile services in J&K
NEW DELHI, MAR 29: Government is likely to decide on Monday whether to continue pre-paid mobile phone services in Jammu and Kashmir, Assam and other north eastern states beyond March 31. If a decision is not taken within next two days, about 33 million subscribers may be affected................

LeT terrorists set up terror camps near Jammu border 
NEW DELHI, MAR 29: In an alarming situation, Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorists have set up terror camps barely three kilometers away from Jammu border and are preparing to launch attacks in India. According to reports, around 8-10 camps have been set up by LeT and Tehrik-e-Taliban terrorists.................

 

Jurists must ensure justice to all in terror cases: President
New Delhi, Mar 29: Jurists must play an important role to ensure justice to the victims of terror and to the persons implicated in such crimes, President Pranab Mukherjee has said. "Jurists must play an important role in ensuring that the wheels of justice move faster -- both to give justice to the...........

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Air Canada flight skids off Halifax runway; 23 taken to hospital
HALIFAX, mar 29: An Air Canada plane skidded off a runway as it landed early Sunday morning in a snowstorm in Halifax, an airport official said, sending 23 people to hospital after passengers described the jet sliding on its belly before it came to a stop...................

Fighting and air strikes across Yemen, dialogue remains distant
ADEN, mar 29: Yemeni fighters loyal to the Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi clashed with Iranian-allied Houthi fighters on Sunday in downtown Aden, the absent leader's last major foothold in the country. Hadi loyalists in the southern port..............

Malaysia's ethnic-Indian men say no to marrying rape victims

Kuala Lumpur, mar 29: In a short film shot as a social experiment, two out of three ethnic-Indian men in Malaysia have said that they would not marry rape victims as it would tarnish their family's "honour". The social experiment film made by Malaysian television.......................

 
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