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WEATHER MOODS: Commuters braving it to their destinations amidst thick fog that engulfed the City of Temples on Monday. Aman  

NC, Cong legislators create ruckus in Assembly over power crisis in Valley, stage walkout 
JAMMU, JAN 30: Opposition including legislators from National Conference and Congress today created ruckus in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly over power crisis in snow hit Kashmir valley and staged walkout from the House. As soon as the House assembled this morning for proceedings, NC, Congress, JKPDF and CPI (M) legislators created uproar in the House over power crisis, shortage of essential commodities in the snow bound Kashmir valley...................

‘50.94 htr forest land encroached at tourist resorts’
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, JAN 30: Minister of Forests, Environment and Ecology, Choudhary Lal Singh today said 217 encroachers have grabbed 50.94 hectares of forest land at different tourist resorts in Jammu and Kashmir. Furnishing the list of encroachers in response to a question by Ranbir Singh Pathania, the Minister also said that 4589.66 hectares encroached land has been retrieved from the encroachers during the current year Asserting that the department has been geared up to ......................

 
 
 
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Army is our Saviour, Pak is murderer: MLA Raina 

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, JAN 30: BJP MLA from Nowshera constituency Ravinder Raina while speaking on the grants of home department in J&K Assembly praised the role of security forces for combating the Pakistani sponsored terrorism and called Pakistan a murderer of innocent people in Kashmir. Raina said our Army, CRPF, SSB, ITB and JKP Jawans are our real heroes and by making supreme scarifies our Valiant Jawans..................

 

5 soldiers rescued in Macchil sector die   

SRINAGAR, JAN 30: Five soldiers, found trapped under snow in Macchil sector and rescued on Saturday, succumbed to injuries today, taking the toll of army personnel killed in avalanches in Kashmir to 20. Braving inclement weather, Army aviation pilots today airlifted the five injured soldiers from Macchil to Srinagar for specialised treatment....................

Cloud cover continues as Chillai Kalan ends in Kashmir
GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, JAN 30: Clouds continued to cover most parts of Kashmir, even as the 40-day harshest winter period of 'Chillai Kalan' ended today during which the Valley witnessed heaviest snowfall in two decades, and avalanches that left 20 people, including 15 army personnel, dead. Despite overnight rains and light snowfall in the higher reaches, one-way traffic on Srinagar-Jammu national highway - the only all-weather road link between Kashmir.................

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Parliament's Budget Session begins today
NEW DELHI, JAN 30: Addressing floor leaders of parties in the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha here today, ahead of Budget Session of Parliament beginning tomorrow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi noted that in order to preserve and enrich the institution of Democracy in India, it is imperative that both the Houses of the Parliament run without disruption and constructive discussion takes place on issues of national importance.................

Hafiz Saeed put under house arrest; JuD likely to be banned    
NEW DELHI, JAN 30: Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has been put under house arrest on Monday at the Qadisiyyah Mosque near Chouburji in Lahore, Jamiat ud Dawa spokesperson said. Saeed's organisation Jamiat ud Dawa (JuD) is also likely to be banned...........

 

Nothing against India will happen in SL land, waters: Lanka Navy Chief
NEW DELHI, JAN 30: Sri Lanka today assured India that neither will its land nor water around it be used for any activity against Indian interests, amid increased Chinese naval forays into the Indian Ocean. "We assure the Indian Government that nothing against India will happen in Sri Lankan land and waters around it," Sri Lankan Navy Chief Vice Admiral R C Wijegunaratne said when asked about the docking of Chinese submarines there. The Sri Lankan Navy chief is on an official ................

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SAARC officials to meet in Nepal amid Indo-Pak tension
KATHMANDU, JAN 30: Senior SAARC officials will meet here this week for the first time to discuss a new date for the 19th SAARC summit which was postponed by Pakistan last year after India and four others pulled out of it accusing Islamabad of not cooperating on combating terrorism. The meet on February 1-2 to attend the Program-ming Committee...............

'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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