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JAMMU TRAFFIC POLICE Playing Host: Food being served to stranded passengers in a hotel at General Bus Stand on Wednesday evening. Aman  

Fresh WD to hit J&K on Jan 22; snowfall likely   
Srinagar, Jan 18: A fresh Western Disturbance (WD) is likely to hit the State on January 22, resulting in moderate to heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir, which would once again affect air and surface connectivity from the valley. Meanwhile, avalanche warning has already been issued in the higher reaches in Kashmir valley, including north Kashmir districts of Kupwara and Bandipora. An official spokesperson here today said that the Divisional Administration Kashmir today issued a weather advisory according to................

BAJ suspends work for three days     
JAMMU, JAN 18: The J&K High Court Bar Association Jammu has decided to abstain from work for three days commencing from 19th January 2017 in all Courts of Jammu District including Tribunals in protest against the privilege motion moved against a Judicial Officer. Today the members of Jammu & Kashmir High Court Bar Association Jammu in a meeting unanimously decided to oppose the privilege Motion moved by the NC legislator Bashir Ahmed Veeri against the Sub Judge, Jammu Kusum Pandita. .....................

 
 
 
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No ex-gratia case received so far from concerned units: Govt 

Jammu, Jan 18: Jammu and Kashmir Government today said that no case of ex-gratia for martyrs of Uri attack received so far from the concerned authorities. "The ex-gratia cases in respect of NOKs of Uri attack of 2016 have not been received from the concerned units/authorities so far, in the Home Department," Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Minister in-charge Home in a written reply has said. The question.................

 

NRuckus continuous in Assembly over power crisis   

Jammu, Jan 18: The Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly witnessed noisy scenes for the second consecutive day today on the issue of disruption of power supply in the Kashmir Valley following heavy snowfall. As soon as the House met today, the National Conference (NC) members led by Ali Mohammad Sagar alleged that the government has failed to restore electric supply in the Kashmir Valley that....................

Don't check vehicles with Traffic stickers: Police      
Jammu, Jan 18: In a stern warning to stopping on outside state vehicles on the name of checking, Jammu and Kashmir Traffic Police today issued stickers to vehicles at the state's entry point. The vehicles shall not be stopped for checking thereafter except for exceptional conditions, the traffic police said. An Internal Vigilance Group, headed by Staff Officer to IGP Traffic J&K has been constituted to ensure compliance of these guidelines and eliminate chances of undue harassment, malpractices................

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India slams China, Pak over economic corridor in PoK
NEW DELHI, Jan 18: Asking China to respect others' sovereignty the same way it cares for its own, India today categorically said the economic corridor being build by Beijing in collaboration with Pakistan clearly passes through the territory, which belongs to India. Replying to queries after addressing the second Raisina Dialogue here, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar told China in................

Rahul Gandhi shows his torn kurta at rally, Twitter can't stop laughing   
NEW DELHI, Jan 18: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is often a soft target for trolls on social media, but the man brings it on himself. For example, do you believe the Congress vice president can't afford a new kurta, or at least have a torn one mended? No? Well, neither do the Twitterati. At a recent meeting with party workers in Uttarakhand, Rahul Gandhi...........

 

Salman Khan acquitted in Arms Act case   
Mumbai, Jan 18: Salman Khan has often found himself in the centre of many a controversy. The 'Ek Tha Tiger' actor was acquitted by the Jodhpur Court in the 1998 Arms Act case today, in which he was accused of possessing arms with expired license. We take a look at the controversies that he has found himself embroiled in... Salman Khan's run-in with the law Salman Khan ran into trouble with the law in 1998 when the actor was booked in four cases regarding poaching of blackbuck................

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NSG, Masood Azhar issues must not be 'stumbling blocks' in Sino-India ties: China
Beijing, Jan 18: China today said differences over India's NSG membership bid and designating of JeM chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist by the UN should not be "stumbling blocks" in developing ties and asserted that both sides must respect each other's core interests and major concerns. Appreciating Prime Minister Narendra Modi's..............

LeJ's chief Asif Chotu killed alongwith 3 associates in Pakistan
Lahore, Jan 18: Outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's chief Asif Chotu, who was on Pakistan's most wanted terrorist list and carried a bounty of R 3,000,000 on his head, was killed along with his three associates near here, police said on Wednesday. "Four terrorists including the chief of banned...........

Thousands converge in Washington to attend Trump inauguration
Washington, Jan 18: Thousands of people, including many Indian-Americans, are converging here to attend US President-elect Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony themed 'Make America Great Again', the campaign slogan, which propelled the real-estate tycoon to victory in the grilling election. Trump will be sworn-in as the 45th US President on January 20 using two Bibles:..........

 
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