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Jammu heading towards 2008 like agitation!   
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JAMMU, AUG 3: The winter capital today witnessed flashback when police forcibly tried to lift the protestors representing AIIMS Coordination Committee at the site of Chain Hunger Strike at Tawi Bridge here. A police contingent in the evening rushed to the hunger strike site and tried to lift the peaceful protestors..............

Heavy overnight firing by Pak troops in Jammu, BSF retaliates
JAMMU, AUG 3: Pakistan troops overnight violated the ceasefire agreement on the line of control (LoC) in four sectors of the Jammu region. "Pakistan army opened unprovoked firing at Indian positions on the LoC in Krishna Ghati and Mandi sectors of Poonch district at 9.30 p.m. yesterday (Sund-ay)," a defence spokesman said here on Monday. "They also started firing at our ......................

 
 
 
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Army downplays violence in J&K, calls it media's wishful thinking

SRINAGAR, AUG 3: The Army today downplayed the recent incidents of violence and reports of youths joining militancy, especially in south Kashmir, stating that the situation was largely stable and the media was just indulging in wishful thinking. "There is a situation (but) largely it is quite stable................

 

Body of militant responsible for Mirgund attack recovered from canal   

BANDIPORA, AUG 3: The dead body of 'militant' allegedly responsible for attack on a police party at Mirgund Pattan a few days back was recovered by locals from Gulabwari Naidkhai Sumbal canal on Monday morning. Eyewitnesses said that locals found the dead body of a youth and immediately..................

322 pilgrims leave for Amarnath
JAMMU, AUG 3: A batch of 322 pilgrims today left for the cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas. The batch comprising 196 men, 71 women, five children and 50 Sadhus left in a cavalcade of 10 vehicles from Bhagwati Nagar base camp here at 4:30 AM, a police official said. Amid tight security arrangements provided by CRPF, the convoy had already crossed...............

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163 Indian fishermen released by Pakistan to reach Gujarat today
Vadodara, Aug 3: The 163 Indian fishermen released by Pakistan will be handed over to a seven-member Gujarat government team, by Amritsar district collectorate officials on Tuesday, a senior Gujarat fisheries department official said. Gujarat fisheries department superintendent KR Patani.......................

No HRD Ministry pressure behind resignations of heads of educational institutions: Smriti Irani
New Delhi, Aug 3: The resignations of heads of some educational bodies were "entirely on personal reasons", Government said on Monday, and dismissed suggestions they stepped down because of pressure from the HRD Ministry. Since "the resignation were on personal reasons................

 

'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' impact: Govt agrees to help deaf-and-dumb Indian girl stranded in Pakistan
New Delhi, Aug 3: In a pleasant development, the Government of India has reportedly agreed to help a deaf-and-dumb young Indian woman, who has been in Pakistan for at least 15 years, unite with her family members. According to reports, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj..............

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Taliban release video pledging allegiance to Mullah Akhtar Mansoor amid controversy
ISLAMABAD, Aug 3: Amid differences over election of their new chief, Afghan Taliban in a rare move on Monday released a video pledging allegiance to the group’s new head, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor. Traditionally, Taliban do not release videos of their gatherings...............

Malaysia’s anti-corruption panel clears PM Najib Razak of any wrongdoing   
KualaLumpur, Aug 3: Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission on Monday cleared embattled Prime Minister Najib Razak of any wrongdoing, saying that USD 700 million deposited into his personal bank account came from donors and not from a debt-ridden.................

Syria army plane crashes in rebel-held town, 31 dead
Beirut, Aug 3: A Syrian military aircraft crashed while on a bombing run over the rebel-held northwestern town of Ariha on Monday, leaving at least 31 people dead, a monitoring group said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was not immediately............

 
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