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NO CARETAKER: Tall claims of boosting tourism in the State, the Government gets exposed through the picture of a fountain inside Exhibition Ground. Aman

Pak woman with daughter lodged in Jammu jail awaiting return since 2012  
Vishal Bharti
Jammu, Jan 5: An escalated tension between India and Pakistan has not burdened and had saddened people on both the sides but estranged relations have also lingered on the deportation of a Pakistani lady along with her four-year-old daughter lodged in District Jail here, waiting to meet her family members since 2012. Rubina was detained from Kanhachak sector in 2012 and was sent to District Jail Jammu as.................

Snowfall in Srinagar, wet weather in store over next few days   
Srinagar, Jan 5: Srinagar received fresh snowfall today while rest of the Valley witnessed snowfall for the third consecutive day, with the Met department predicting more wet weather over the next few days. While the summer capital recorded fresh light snowfall this morning, many other areas, especially the higher reaches in the Valley, experienced continuous light to moderate snowfall for the third consecutive day, an official of the Meteorological Department here said. The plains also received rains during the..................

 
 
 
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DIG CRPF office gutted, fireman injured in Srinagar fire

Srinagar, Jan 5: Office of the Deputy Inspector General Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was gutted and a fireman was injured in a fire incident in the summer capital, Srinagar. Official sources here today said the blaze broke out in the DIG CRPF office at Karan Nagar, about 2 km from historic Lal Chowk, in the city. Fire tenders from different parts of the district were rushed to douse off the leaping flames, clearly visible for a distance. However, before the inferno was brought under control, the............

 

LC committee to probe negligence 

Jammu, Jan 5: Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council Chairman has constituted a committee of the members of both the Houses to look into the negligent and other related issues which led to the death of Sadhaya Arora, son of MLC Ramesh Arora. Sadhaya Arora was admitted in Govt. Medical College Hospital, Jammu due to Dengue and on the very next day he was administered platelets and there was....................

Gurupurab celebrated with fervour in J&K   
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Jammu, Jan 5: The 350th Guru Purab (birth anniversary) of revered Sikh Guru Gobind Singh Ji was today celebrated with religious fervour and gaiety across the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Members of the Sikh community, including women and children, in colourful dresses visited Gurdwaras across the district and offered prayers. Devotees paid obeisance at the Gurudwaras and participated in the 'kirtans' recited by the 'ragis'. However, the main.........................

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‘Locals joining militancy is not a happy situation’
NEW DELHI, Jan 5: Plans are on the anvil to bring in a shift in the counter-insurgency strategy in Kashmir in which "false" propaganda inspiring youth to take up arms will be targeted rather than individuals alone, says new Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat. He is also concerned at the rising number of Kashmiri youth joining militancy. Gen Rawat, who has experience in handling the Kashmir militancy, said that unlike naxalism in which locals are joining due to feeling of deprivation, it is not the case in..............

World Bank holds meet with India on IWT 
NEW DELHI, Jan 5: India today asked the World Bank not to rush in to broker a deal on its dispute with Pakistan over Kishenganga and Ratle project, asserting that the differences can be resolved bilaterally or through a neutral expert. India's position was conveyed during a meeting World Bank representative Ian H Solomon held with senior officials of External Affairs and Water...........

 

Discourse shifting to 'primacy of Islam' over 'Azadi': Army   
Hyderabad, Jan 5: A top Indian Army official today said the "discourse" in Jammu and Kashmir is shifting to "primacy of Islam over Azadi" adding to complexities in dealing with sectarian faultlines in the border state. "…Jammu and Kashmir indeed continues to be a challenge and it's being dealt with; it's getting a little more complex as slowly the discourse, as indeed the entire thrust, is taking a shift towards a primacy of Islam over...............

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Kashmir 'integral part' of Pakistan, says Sharif 
Islamabad, Jan 5: Claiming that Kashmir was an "integral part" of Pakistan, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today needled India yet again by praising slain Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani as a "vibrant and charismatic leader". Addressing the inaugural ceremony of a two-day international parliamentary seminar on Kashmir here, Sharif also praised the spirit and determination of the..............

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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