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ARTICLE 370 FINALLY IN THE BATTLE FIELD, ROCKS LA 
Jammu, Jan 31: Amid uproar by the Opposition, the House proceedings, the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly was today adjourned for a day as opposition created uproar on CM Mehbooba Mufti’s yesterday's remarks and were seeking clarification on Article 370. The opposition members also staged sit-in outside the Chief Minister Secretariat amid shouting of slogans after the adjournment of...................

Coal mine workers fast unto death enters day 8 in Rajouri
Jammu, Jan 31: Condition of two more coal mine workers today deteriorated as their agitation demanding regularisation entered the eighth consecutive day in Rajouri district. Indefinite hunger strike called by the casual workers inside the coal mines in favour of their demands in Rajouri district has entered eighth day, sources here said. They said that condition of two of the labourers, one of them identified as Muneer Hussain, has deteriorated following which he was rushed to the hospital.......................

 
 
 
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Independent MLA Pawan Gupta marshalled out from Assembly 

Jammu, Jan 31: Independent MLA from Udhampur Pawan Gupta was today marshalled out of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, when he created uproar and protested against Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s remarks that anybody raising bogey of abrogation of Article 370 will be anti-national. As soon as the House assembled this morning for the proceedings, Gupta shouted in the House and..................

 

Omar slams Centre for frequently changing aims of notes ban   

Srinagar, Jan 31: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at the Centre for allegedly continuously changing the aims of the demonetisation decision. "This is a new one!!! First it was to curb black money, then terrorism was the target and finally a 'cashless....................

Mercury rises in Kashmir, snow in higher reaches
Srinagar, Jan 31: The minimum temperature in Kashmir marked an improvement due to the overcast sky even as some areas in the higher reaches of the Valley received snowfall overnight but the Srinagar-Jammu national highway remained open for traffic. Some places in the higher reaches of Kashmir division received snowfall overnight, with the famous ski-resort of Gulmarg recording three inches of snow during the last 24 hours, an official of the Meteorolo-gical Department here said. He said the south Kashmir resort of Pahalgam.................

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President for debate on simultaneous LS, Assembly polls
New Delhi, Jan 31: President Pranab Mukherjee address joint sitting of Parliament. My Government committed to providing shelter to every houseless with appropriate interest subvention said Prez. 11000 of 18000 villages which were in darkness since independence electrified in record time, says President. Mukherjee favoured a constructive debate on simultaneous elections to.................

AAP turning city into slum; will launch 'Save Delhi' campaign: BJP
NEW DELHI, Jan 31: Union minister Vijay Goel today slammed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for "neglecting" interests of Delhi and alleged the national capital is turning into a "slum" because the AAP government was "focusing on expansion" of the party in Punjab and Goa............

 

Supreme Court relief to BSP supremo Mayawati
NEW DELHI, Jan 31: In a relief to BSP supremo Mayawati, the Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the Allahabad High Court decision declining to go into the allegation against her that she made a statement to woo votes on caste and religious lines. A bench comprising Justices S A Bobde and L Nageswara Rao dismissed the appeal against the order directing the petitioner to seek remedy in accordance with the law before the Election Commission. Uttar Pradesh resident Neeraj Shankar Saxena had challenged the................

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Pakistan army defends Hafiz Sayeed's detention, says it is in 'national interest'
Lahore, Jan 31: In an unusual move, Pakistan's army on Tuesday said the detention of the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed was a "policy decision in the national interest" as the government announced that the Jamat-ud Dawa leader's 90-day house arrest could be extended if required. "The detention is a policy decision taken in the...............

Hindu Americans split over Trump’s travel ban
Washington, Jan 31: President Donald Trump has said he loves Hindus. But he seems to have loved the tiny Hindu American community into an acrimonious split predictably along political lines, over his travel bans on refugees and select Muslim-majority countries. On the one side is the Republican............

UN World Food Programme resumes air drops to Syrian city besieged by Islamic State
Deir al-Zor, Jan 31: The United Nations has restarted air drops of food to support 93,500 Syrians besieged by Islamic State in the city of Deir al-Zor, the U.N. World Food Programme said on Tuesday. Air drops were halted on Jan. 15 after Islamic State militants cut the besieged zone in two and overran the drop zone that had been used for 177 air drops since April. WFP spokeswoman Bettina Luescher said a new drop zone was now in.........

 
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