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Separatist Masarat Alam arrested    
Srinagar, Apr 17: Buckling under pressure from alliance partner BJP, the PDP-led government in Jammu and Kashmir today arrested separatist leader Masarat Alam Bhat in connection with the raising of Pakistani flags during a rally here on Wednesday. "Bhat has been arrested in the case registered in police station Budgam in connection with the provocative actions during the rally on Wednesday," a senior police officer said................

Protests in Srinagar, 12 injured in clashes
SRINAGAR, Apr 17: Protesters today took to streets against the killing of two youths in an army operation in Tral area last week and clashed with security personnel leaving aleast 12 persons, including two policemen, injured. The protests took a violent turn soon after the Friday prayers concluded at the historic Jamia Masjid in Nowhatta area of the city.............

 
 
 
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BMOs, CMOs among 196 doctors shifted, adjusted  

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Jammu, Apr 17: Jammu and Kashmir Health and Medical Education Department today ordered transfer of Block Medical Officers, ten Chief Medical Officers among 196 doctors from their present place of postings. As per an order issued here, Dr Anoop Manhas AD Family Welfare has.................

 

Madhav does fire fighting as BJP leaders vent anger over PDP's decisions
Katra, Apr 17: BJP leader Ram Madhav today faced the ire of party legislators and leaders, agitated over PDP's decision to allow separatists to take out anti-India rally in Srinagar, at the start of a two-day meeting here as the party General Secretary assured them that such incidents will not be allowed in future.................

SVO books 6 govt officials for causing loss to exchequer
Srinagar, Apr 17: Jammu and Kashmir State Vigilance Organisation (SVO) today registered a case against six government officials including a former deputy commissioner for purchasing substandard material and causing a loss of over R 15 lakh to the state exchequer in Kupwara district. The case.....................

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BJP ally Mufti to host lunch for Sharad  
New Delhi, Apr 17: JD(U) President Sharad Yadav is on Saturday meeting Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, his former Janata Dal colleague who is now in alliance with BJP. Sayeed, whose party PDP's ties with BJP have been far from smooth, will be hosting lunch for Yadav in Jammu. The meeting between the..................

Railways examining alternative route between Katra, Banihal 
NEW DELHI, Apr 17: Railways is examining the suggestions of Sreedharan Committee on realignment of route between Katra and Banihal as part of the final leg of the Kashmir rail link project. "The Sreedharan Com-mittee has suggested for realignment in the Kashmir rail link............

 

Need concerted efforts to make India 'swachh, samarth': President 
Raipur, Apr 17: Citing Centre's Jan Dhan Yojana and 'Ease of Doing business' initiatives, President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said concerted and determined efforts were needed to renew India to realise Gandhiji's dream of "swachh and samarth bharat". Addressing the fourth convocation...........

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Narendra Modi offers prayers at Gurdwara, Laxmi Narain temple in Vancouver
Vancouver, apr 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whose three-nation tour will come to an end today, reached Vancouver and visited the Gurdwara. On his visit to the Khalsa Diwan Society's Sikh Gurdwara, he was accompanied by his Canadian counterpart.....................

Chinese President Xi Jinping to unveil US $46 billion economic corridor during Pak visit
Beijing, apr 17: Brushing aside India's concern, Chinese President Xi Jinping will unveil the whopping US $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the biggest overseas investment, linking Pakistan's strategic Gwadar port on..............

Former president defiant as humanitarian toll mounts in Yemen war

ADEN, apr 17: Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh said on Friday he would not leave the country, dismissing reports in the Gulf Arab media that he was seeking a safe exit as Saudi Arabian war planes bomb troops loyal to him and their Houthi militia allies...............

 
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