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In Jammu, it’s 42.4º   
GJ Report
Jammu, May 2: The winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir today witnessed another hottest day with mercury touching season's maximum of 42.4 degree Celsius thus giving no respite from scorching heat. Yesterday for the first time, this season, the temperature crossed 40 degree mark as maximum was recorded 40.9...............

Action against schools for violating fee rules
GJ Report
Jammu, May 2: Committee for Fixation of Fee Structure (FFC) of the Private Educational Institutions, Jammu has initiated action against 11 leading Schools of Jammu including Delhi Public School, G. D. Goenka School, K. C. Public School, K. C. International School, K. C. Gurukul School, Heritage School, Jodhamal Public School, Banyan International School, Presentation.........................

 
 
 
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Recognize potential of J&K youth: Mehbooba to Int'l community

GJ Report
Srinagar, May 2: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, Monday urged the international community to recognize the huge potential and talent of youth of Jammu & Kashmir by navigating their knowledge and expertise into key areas where they have set global benchmarks.................

 

'Beginning of a journey to conserve Kashmir's treasured heritage'

GJ Report
SRINAGAR, May 2: Dr Martin Ney, Ambassador of Germany in India, today inaugurated the first phase of the restoration of Dewan-e-Khaas at Shalimar Garden in presence of J&K's Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar. The Ambassador unveiled.......................

Centre has realised red lines do not work in politics: Hurriyat
Srinagar, May 2: Union minister V K Singh's statement that separatist leaders can talk to Pakistan High Commissioner was today welcomed by the moderate Hurriyat Conference while the hardline............

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SC to hear petitions on NEET today
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear tomorrow on a number of petitions which sought that the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to various undergraduate medical courses may not be thrust on the states and they may be allowed to conduct their own entrance examinations The Top Court said this today after hearing...................

Liquor baron Vijay Mallya resigns as MP; says he is disappointed with RS colleagues
New Delhi, May 2: Embattled liquor baron, Vijay Mallya, resigned from his capacity as a member of parliament on Monday, a week after the Rajya Sabha ethics panel recommended his termination. The committee had given Mallya a week to respond. Mallya’s MP status was supposed..................

 

Voters indifferent: Tamil Nadu is facing a different election this time 
Chennai, May 2: Tamil Nadu is facing a different election this time: the people seem indifferent to the polls or undecided about their choices. The incumbent J Jayalalithaa’s AIADMK....................

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Siddhartha Dhar a senior commander of ISIS
London, May 2: Indian-origin Islamic State terrorist from Britain Siddhartha Dhar, dubbed as the "New Jihadi John", is a senior commander of the dreaded outfit, according to a media report. Nihad Barakat, a Yazidi teenager held as a sex slave by the group, was quoted as saying by the Independent...................

Sadiq Khan could be first Muslim to head a Major Western capital: London
LONDON, May 2: Sadiq Khan, a Muslim lawmaker from Britain's opposition Labour Party, is the strong favourite to win London's mayoral election on Thursday after a bitter contest marked by religious tensions and accusations of racism.............................

UN arbitration court reportedly asks India to release Italian marine
Rome, May 2: Italian marine Salvatore Girone, one of the two marines facing murder charges for killing two Indian fishermen, will be able to return to Italy while his case.................

 
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