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DRIVE AGAINST POLIO: A child being administered polio drops under Intense Pulse Polio Programme launched at Jammu on Sunday. Aman  

‘Government keen to improve situation of physically challenged’ 
JAMMU, JAN 29: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today stressed on factoring in the needs and requirements of physically challenged persons while framing the policies and plans for various sections of society. Interacting with a deputation of physically challenged persons who had come to meet her under the auspices of J&K Handicapped Association, the Chief Minister said her Government is keen to...................

J&K to emerge as heritage tourism hub: Dr Drabu
JAMMU, JAN 29: Minister for Finance & Culture, Dr Haseeb Drabu on Sunday said that Government is adopting several innovative measures and policies to woo heritage tourism to the State. Chairing a meeting of the Kala Kendra Society at Kala Kendra Centre in Jammu, the Minster said that Ministry of Culture is all set to promote tourism in twin cities of Jammu and Srinagar through public private partnership. "It isn't just a compulsion for the government only who will keep an eye on the wide expanse of heritage sites for promoting tourism. We all have to devise.....................

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Security environment has taken a worst hit: Omar 

JAMMU JAN 29: Working President of National Conference and leader of the opposition in the state assembly Omar Abdullah while asking the party cadre to get ready for Panchayat polls today said that the security environment had taken a worst hit during past two years with ceasefire violations increasing, militant attacks swelling, number of security personnel causalities alarmingly rising in..................


Harsh alleges conspiracy to reduce Dogras to minority   

JAMMU, JAN 29: Describing the ingression and unlawful settlement of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis in Jammu as a grave threat to the cultural, historical and religious identity of Dogras, a strong contingent of Panther activists led by Harsh Dev Singh....................

Omar's statements contemptuous, tend to scandalize Judiciary: BJP  
JAMMU, JAN 29: Reacting to the statement of former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah wherein he raised allegations against Bharatiya Janata Party using Judiciary for diluting Art 370 or Art 35 A, the Chief Spokesperson of State Bharatiya Janata Party, Sunil Sethi has said that it depicts totally intellectual bankruptcy of the NC leader. Sunil Sethi further said that Judiciary in India is independent and can't be used by anyone and the statement of.................

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PM asks youth to spread stories of soldiers’ valour
NEW DELHI, JAN 29: On the eve of Mahatma Gandhi's death anniversary observed as Martyrs' Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the youth to use social media to spread stories of valour of soldiers, who were recently given bravery awards, saying it will make people proud and inspire them. In his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' address, he also paid tributes to soldiers who died in avalanches in Kashmir at a time when the country................

SC drops contempt against J&K professor as he
reposes faith in judiciary   
NEW DELHI, JAN 29: The Supreme Court has dropped contempt proceedings initiated by Jammu and Kashmir High Court against a former Srinagar college professor after he pledged full faith in the system and the judiciary of the country. A bench headed by Chief Justice...........


Global warming, ecological changes, Pak shelling triggering avalanches: Gen Rawat
NEW DELHI, JAN 29: Global warming, ecological changes and heavy shelling by Pakistani troops are triggering avalanches in places like Jammu and Kashmir, which had not reported such instances earlier, Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said today. "Ceasefire violations and use of heavy weapons by Pakistani troops are leading to loosening of soil, hereby creating danger of a landslide. Global warming is also leading to cracks in glaciers," he told reporters after paying homage to................

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Trump's immigration ban triggers protest at airports across US
New York, Jan 29: Hundreds of thousands of people gathered at airports across the US to protest the ban announced by President Donald Trump on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries, extending solidarity to those affected as chaos and fear gripped individuals trying to enter the country. As news of immigrants, even those...............

'57 dead' in first US raid on Qaeda in Yemen under Trump
IAden, Jan 29: A US raid in Yemen killed 41 suspected Al-Qaeda militants and 16 civilians today, an official said, in what would be America's first military action in the country under President Donald Trump. Eight women and eight children were............

Pakistan likely to get first female foreign secretary
Islamabad, Jan 29: Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is likely to appoint Tehmina Janjua as the new foreign secretary in February. If appointed, she will be the country's first woman to hold the post. On seniority basis, Masroor A Junejo should replace Aizaz Chaudhry as the foreign secretary, but his chances are bleak, reports the Daily Times. The post will fall vacant after Chaudhry will move to the U.S. as ambassador..........

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