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STANDING TALL: A security personnel maintaining vigil amid fog on Jammu-Srinagar national highway on Wednesday. Aman     

2 KAS Officers, 5 Information Officers, 5 Under Secys transferred  
JAMMU, JAN 4: The government has ordered transfer and postings of two KAS Officers besides five Information officers and equal number of Under Secretaries. According to an Order issued by General Administration Department, Nissar Ahmad Nissar, KAS, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Pahalgam, has been transferred and posted as Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Kulgam, vice Shahnawaz Shah, who has been.................

ate night winter vacation announcement bothers school children, parents in Jammu   
GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 4: Announcement of winter vacations in the schools of summer zone from today bothered school children and their wards here. Jammu and Kashmir government last night announced winter vacations from January 4 to 15 in all the government and private schools of summer zone. However, not aware of the vacations order, many parents this morning rushed to schools to drop their children but came to know about the holidays only on..................

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Rain ends dry spell in Jammu, mercury dips

GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 4: Temperature dipped today in this winter capital of the state as a spell of rainfall ended the long dry spell here. Showers lashed here this afternoon and late evening thus dipping the mercury by few degrees and ending the dry spell. "Inclement weather conditions will continue for some days and with rains in plains, snowfall in upper and higher reaches, the temperature will further dip," a weather man here said. He said that the harsh winter season has............


Congress party will continue fighting for 'aam admi': Mir 

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Jammu, Jan 4: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee president Ghulam Ahmed Mir today said that Congress party will continue fighting for 'aam admi' as a vibrant opposition. "Congress party will continue to fight for the cause of common man and play role of a vibrant opposition in....................

J&K Govt comes tough on teachers, says seek permission before taking any assignment   
GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 4: Following the disposal of SLP (Civil) No: 16885/2012 (CC 9115/2012) by the Supreme Court, the Jammu and Kashmir Government today ordered that no teaching faculty of the School Education Department shall take up any activity/assignment including teaching in a private institution or coaching centre. In an order issued here by the School Education Department, in pursuance of the Apex Court direction.........................

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Will give ‘hard’ response to terror from across border: Army Chief
New Delhi, Jan 4: India will give a calibrated "hard" response to terror activities that will compel Pakistan to completely rethink its strategy on supporting insurgency and terrorism here, says new Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat. Gen Rawat, who as the Vice Chief was actively involved in the surgical strikes on terror camps across the LoC, also feels while it has to be ensured that "pain" is felt by the terrorists and their supporters, the response need..............

ECI announces polls in 5 states 
New Delhi, Jan 4: The Election Commission on Wednesday announced the poll dates for elections to five state assemblies - Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Manipur, Goa and Uttarakhand. Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur will be held between February 4 and March 8, Chief Election Commissioner Dr Nasim Zaidi said. The results from all five states...........


Khehar sworn in as 44th CJI   
New Delhi, Jan 4: Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, who led the five-judge constitution bench in the Supreme Court which had struck down the controversial NJAC Act for appointment of judges, was today sworn in as the 44th Chief Justice of India. President Pranab Mukherjee administered the oath of office and secrecy to Justice Kehar at the Darbar Hall of Rashtrapati Bhawan. Khehar took oath in the name of God in English at the ceremony where the Opposition was conspicuous by its...............

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Five Indian Americans take oath as members of Congress 
Washington, Jan 4: Creating history for a minority ethnic community that comprises just one per cent of the US population, five Indian Americans took oath as members of the Congress. 52-year-old Kamala Harris whose mother was from India and father from Jamaica of African heritage, was sworn in yesterday as the Senator from California by the outgoing US Vice President Joe Biden..............

Defence relationship with India on excellent path: Pentagon
Washington, Jan 4: The Indo-US defence relationship is on an "excellent path" and will continue to be so in the next administration and beyond, the Pentagon has said, days ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. "The (Defence) secretary's (Ashton Carter's) commitment to this..........

New UN chief Antonio Guterres worried over growing incidents of global terrorism
United Nations, Jan 4: Acknowledging that he is not a “miracle-maker”, the new UN chief Antonio Guterres has said that conflicts in the world are multiplying and interlinked and have triggered “a new phenomenon of global terrorism”. Speaking to his staff on his first day at the UN headquarters after taking over the world body’s reins from Ban Ki-moon, 67-year-old Guterres said his..........

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