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RUCKUS IN ASSEMBLY ON KASHMIR UNREST  
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Jammu, Jan 3: Former chief minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah today asked Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to own the responsibility of 2016 Kashmir unrest, in which around 100 people died and thousands got injured. "If you are not willing to take responsibility of 2016 turmoil in Kashmir, then you have no right to remain in chair," Abdullah told Mufti during discussion on.................

Speaker condemns disrespect to National Anthem   
GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 3: Taking cognizance of the disrespect shown by some members to the National Anthem during the address of the Governor, N N Vohra to the joint session of the State Legislature here, Jammu and Kashmir Speaker, Legislative Assembly Kavinder Gupta, on behalf of the House, today condemned the contemptuous action. "The entire house strongly condemns the disrespectful behaviour exhibited by some legislators towards the National Anthem", Gupta said..................

 
 
 
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Mehbooba has no courage to explain Govt's role in killings: NC

GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 3: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference today said that the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's act of running away from the Legislative Assembly's discussion on the 2016 killings was shameful and went on to prove her complicity in the unprecedented repression that was unleashed in Kashmir. "Rather than answering vital questions regarding nearly a hundred............

 

NC MLC describes Hizb militant as 'martyr' 

Jammu, Jan 3: In yet another controversy after insult to national anthem, National Conference MLC Shauqat Hussain Ganai described in the Legislative Council the slain Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani as a "martyr", triggering protests from the ruling PDP and BJP. During a debate on Kashmir situation, Ganai said Burhan was a "martyr" and that he had "given up his life for the cause of Jammu and Kashmir"....................

Snowfall, rains end dry spell in Kashmir  
Srinagar, Jan 3: The five-month long dry spell in Kashmir, the longest in four decades, ended today as high altitude areas, including Gulmarg, experienced snow while most of the plains were lashed by rains, providing much needed relief to people from the intense cold as the mercury rose by several degrees due to cloud cover. The famous ski resort of Gulmarg witnessed about five inches of snowfall since wee hours today, much to the delight of the visitors who have flocked the area in good numbers.........................

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PM asks scientists to keep eye on rise of disruptive tech
Tirupati, Jan 3: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today exhorted scientists to keep an eye on the rise of disruptive technologies even as he underlined government's commitment to supporting different streams ranging from fundamental science to applied science with emphasis on innovations. In his address at the inauguration of the 104th session of the Indian Science Congress, Modi listed "rapid global rise of Cyber-Physical Systems"..............

CJI laments lack of judges, pendency in his farewell speech 
NEW DELHI, Jan 3: The outgoing Chief Justice of India T S Thakur today once again expressed concern over the lack of judges amid growing pendency of cases and asked the judiciary to be ready for future challenges to ensure that the nation remains an "inclusive society". Justice Thakur, who served for almost a year as the 43rd...........

 

Tampering with IWT will not be of any advantage to India: Soz   
NEW DELHI: Former Union Water Resources Minister and veteran Congress leader Saifudin Soz today cautioned against any tampering with the existing Indus Water Treaty (IWT), saying it would result in an avoidable discord with Pakistan, and not yield any advantage for India. "IWT has been one of successful stories of good relations between India and Pakistan. It is not for nothing that this Treaty has survived three wars between the...............

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China tightens border rules in Tibet to counter 'separatists' 
Beijing, Jan 3: China has tightened border rules in Tibet, extending the already stringent rules to ports, trade zones and scenic spots, citing growing incidence of "separatist and terrorist activities" amid efforts to make the remote Himalayan region South Asia's trade hub. The designated border areas under Sunday's new regulation now include land ports, trade zones and..............

Floods hit Malaysia, thousands evacuated
Kuala Lumpur, Jan 3: Emergency services in Malaysia deployed boats and trucks on Tuesday as thousands of villagers were stranded after four days of heavy rain caused flooding in east coast states, officials said. Floods in Terengganu and Kelantan states forced authorities to shut down dozens of schools and roads to villages have been..........

New Republican-led Congress lays groundwork for Trump era
Washington, Jan 3: The Republican-led Congress begins a new session on Tuesday where it will start laying plans for enacting President-elect Donald Trump's agenda of tax cuts, repeal of Obamacare and the rollback of financial and environmental regulations. With Trump set to be sworn in as president on Jan. 20, Republican lawmakers hope to get a quick start on priorities that were..........

 
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