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Amid uproar, J&K Assembly adjourned sine die 
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Jammu, Feb 1: Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Speaker Kavinder Gupta today adjourned the House Proceedings sine die amid pandemonium. The Speaker however, also blamed opposition National Conference and Congress for not taking and participating in the House proceedings seriously. Speaker Kavinder Gupta however, today adjourned...................

Army Chief asks troops to maintain high vigil along LoC
Srinagar, Feb 1: In the aftermath of avalanches claiming lives of 20 soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat today asked the troops to take necessary precautions to avoid such losses while stressing the need to maintain high degree of vigil along the LoC. General Rawat, who visited the forward areas of
snow-bound north Kashmir along with Northern Army Commander Lt Gen D Anbu and Corps Commander of Srinagar-based 15 corps Lt Gen J S Sandhu, also reviewed the overall security situation in the Valley, a defence spokesman said...

 
 
 
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DB admits PIL, issues notice to CS, DG, others  

JAMMU, FEB 1: In a Public Interest Litigation filed by Advocate Hunar Gupta, member of BJP Legal Cell, seeking direction to State of J&K for appointing and a Former Retired Judge to hold an inquiry to identify all the illegal immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh living in the State of J&K. The PIL further seeks direction to State to shift all the illegal immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh from State of J&K to any other place as no Refugee Camp has ever..................

 

LC Chairman adjourns Upper House sine die   

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Jammu: Amid noisy scenes by opposition over Chief Minister's statement on Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council Chairman, Haji Inayat Ali today adjourned the House sine die after house passed four bills. The Council was adjourned sine die a week before from the scheduled time....................

One-way traffic on Jmu-Sgr NH
Jammu: One-way traffic will be allowed on the strategic Jammu-Srinagar national highway on Wednesday, officials here said. "Vehicles will be allowed to move from Srinagar to Jammu only. No vehicle will be allowed to move on the highway in the opposite direction. "This restriction will also apply to Army and paramilitary convoys moving on the highway," a Traffic Department official said. After being restored for one-way traffic on Sunday following a five-day long closure, the highway has remained risky because of landslides in the Raman sector of the over 300-km-long road..................

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Budget ups public spending, halves basic tax rate
New Delhi, Feb 1: In a pre-poll Budget aimed at softening the demonetisation blow, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today halved the basic income tax rate to 5 per cent and lowered rate for small companies while boosting spending on rural employment, agriculture and infrastructure. Creating history, the Minister presented a merged railway and general Budget after advancing the dates by a month that provides a record outlay of R 3,96,135 crore.................

Sunil Joshi murder case: Court acquits Sadhvi Pragya, 7 others
INDORE, Feb 1: A Dewas court on Wednesday acquitted eight persons, including Sadhvi Pragya Singh Bharti, in the sensational 2007 murder case of former RSS pracharak Sunil Joshi. Additional district and sessions judge Rajeev M Apte found that the prosecution was unable to............

 

Maoist attack on police convoy at Odisha-Andhra Pradesh border, 4 die
BHUBANESWAR, Feb 1: At least four constables of Odisha police were feared killed after a vehicle they were travelling in along with some other cops was blown up by miscreants on Sunki hill in Maoist-infested Koraput district on Wednesday. Prima facie, police suspect Maoists triggered the landline blast. However, the top cops have so far not made any official confirmation about casualties and role of Maoists behind the onslaught. "Our officers rushed to the spot. We are waiting for................

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No great power nudging India-Pak to resolve their disputes: Bilawal Bhutto
Washington, Feb 1: Ruing that no great power is "nudging" India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue, Pakistan's opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has asked New Delhi not to threaten his country by using human entitlements such as water as a "weapon." "I am not one to oversell our strategic location, but it does pivot us at a...............

New Pentagon Chief seeks to underscore alliances with Japan, South Korea
WASHINGTON, Feb 1: New Pentagon chief James Mattis on Wednesday heads to South Korea and Japan, where he will seek to reassure the key US allies about American security commitments in the region. The defense secretary's visit marks............

WH hints at including Pakistan in Trump's travel ban list
Washington, Feb 1: Pakistan, viewed as an epicentre of global terrorism, could be included in a list of Muslim- majority countries from where immigration to the US has been banned by President Donald Trump, the White House has hinted. "Why not Pakistan?," White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked when he appeared yesterday at the George Washington University for a forum on media's relationship with President Trump..........

 
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