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Oppn creates ruckus on "neglected" tourism sector of Jammu
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Jammu, Jan 23: The members of opposition and a BJP MLA today staged a walkout from the state assembly over the alleged delay in Jammu lake project and the "false figures" given by the ruling dispensation regarding it after the government said 80 per cent of the work on execution of barrage has been completed. Replying to a question of BJP MLA Gagan Bhagat, Minister of State for Tourism Priya Sethi said work on the..................

Be extra alert, step up security at venues: DGP directs cops      
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Jammu, Jan 23: Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dr S P Vaid, in order to make Republic Day Celebrations smooth and peaceful, has asked forces to remain extra alert and step-up the security of venues, besides vital installations. While interacting with police officers through Video Conferencing at Police Headquarters here, the Police Chief interacted with the officers through video-conferencing; including IGP Kashmir, Range DIsGP and District Superintendents of Police of Valley and Jammu.....................

 
 
 
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Hideout busted in Kishtwar 

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Jammu, Jan 23: Security forces today busted a terrorist hideout and recovered cache of arms and ammunition ahead of Republic Day celebrations in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. "Army in a joint operation with J&K Police busted a militant hideout in Chhatru area of Kishtwar district and seized a huge cache of arms, ammunition and war like stores ahead of Republic Day celebrations," defence spokesman.................

 

595 habitations to be connected through 2732 km road length: Veeri   

Jammu, Jan 23: Stating that roads are lifeline for economy, Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Public Works and Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri today said that in a landmark achievement, 542 proposals worth R 2842.32 crore have been sanctioned under PMGSY, which would....................

Mehbooba releases funds to replace damaged transformers      
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Srinagar, Jan 23: Expressing concern over the power situation in the Kashmir Valley during these winter months, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed the Power Development Department to pool all their human and material resources to provide relief to consumers. She said she has already released Rs. 10 crore for repair of damaged transformers and other equipment so that people don't face any inconvenience on account of power supply.................

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PM presents national bravery awards to 25 bravehearts
NEW DELHI, Jan 23: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today presented the National Bravery Awards to 25 bravehearts and lauded them saying that "bravery is a state of mind". Interacting with the young awardees, the Prime Minister said their deeds of bravery showed their decisiveness as much as their courage. He encouraged the children to ensure that this award does not become the end of their................

J&K Govt identifies 100 acres for resettling KPs   
New Delhi, Jan 23: The Jammu and Kashmir government has identified 100 acres of land at eight places in the valley for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits who migrated from the state in the early 1990s following outbreak of militancy. These pockets, where Kashmiri Pandits are likely to be rehabilitated, will be spread across all 10...........

 

UAE contingent to lead R-Day parade
NEW DELHI: A contingent of 179 United Arab Emirates (UAE) soldiers will lead the Republic Day parade this year. The UAE has sent 195 jawans, 15 officers and 15 support staff. Of these, 144 jawans and 35 band members will be part of the parade, said Maj Gen Rajesh Sahai, Chief of Staff, Delhi Area and also second-in command of the parade. "Because they are guests, they will lead the parade," he said. The UAE is the second country after France to send its troops to participate in the Republic-Day parade of India, a tradition started last year................

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Tamil-Americans slam PETA, hold rally in support of Jallikattu
Washington, Jan 23: Several hundred Tamil-Americans have gathered at the Gandhi status here to hold a rally in support of the ongoing Jallikattu movement demanding lifting of the ban on bull-taming sport which is an integral part of Tamilian culture. Several dozens of them also held a protest demonstration outside the PETA headquarters in Norfolk...............

Ten dead, 30 missing after boat capsizes off Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Jan 23: Ten people are confirmed dead and about 30 missing after a boat believed to be carrying Indonesian illegal immigrants capsized in rough seas off Malaysia, officials said Monday. The bodies of six women and four men...........

Why didn't these people vote: Trump on protesters
Washington, Jan 23: US President Donald Trump today took a swipe at the millions of protesters who demonstrated across the country against his alleged divisive and anti-women policies, saying "why didn't these people vote", even as he asserted that he recognises people's right to express views. "Peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy. Even if I don't always agree, I recognise the rights of people..........

 
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