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JAMMU’S BEAUTY: A view of Bagh-e-Bahu captured by GJ Lensman Aman on Thursday.  

BSF foils infiltration bid on IB in Samba amid ceasefire violation 
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Jammu, Feb 2: Alert troops of Border Security Force today foiled an infiltration bid amid firing from across the border at forward Border Outposts along international border in Samba Sector of Jammu region. "Alert troops of BSF foiled a fierce stand-off attack on duty mound from Pakistan side at International Border in Samba Sector of Jammu region," official spokesman here...................

Mentally ill man murders parents among 3, injures two
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 2: A mentally challenged man today axed his father and mother among three to death and injured two in a brutal attack in hilly Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. An accused identified as Firdous Ahmed,25, this morning attacked his parents and tenants with an axe in a fit of anger in Thathri area of Doda, police here said. They said that he killed his father Ghulam Mohammad,80, mother Sakina Begum,75 and uncle Bahar Din of Kishtwar............

 
 
 
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Mehbooba unhappy over slow pace of desilting of Jhelum  

GJ Report
Srinagar, Feb 2: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today expressed her unhappiness over the slow pace of dredging and de-silting in river Jhelum. She directed the concerned Department to seek an explanation from the executing agency about the reasons for the delay in achieving the targets. The Chief Minister made these observations while visiting several..................

 

Dry day in Kathua on polling date in Punjab   

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Jammu, Feb 2: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Electoral Officer, Shantmanu, today took stock of preparedness in the wake of assembly elections in Punjab scheduled to be held on February 4, in border district Kathua of Jammu region. The CEO called for observing complete dry day on liquor shops falling....................

Mercury settles above freezing point in Kashmir Valley
Srinagar, Feb 2: Barring Ladakh and high altitude areas of Kashmir, the night temperature at most places in the Valley settled above freezing point due to overcast conditions even as Met Department predicted another spell of wet weather during the next three days. "Light rain or snow could occur at isolated places during the next 24 hours followed by fairly widespread rain or snow on February 4 and 5 under the influence of western disturbance," a spokesman of the MET department said. The night temperature in..................

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We have been providing evidence against Hafiz to Pak: Jitendra
NEW DELHI, Feb 2: A day after Pakistan asked India to provide "concrete evidence" against JuD chief Hafiz Saeed, Union minister Jitendra Singh today said the country has been providing evidence at different levels and cautioned the longer Pakistan stays in "denial mode" the more it risks its own security. Asserting that Pakistan is now the "epicentre of terrorism" in the entire region, particularly in the.................

Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa on 2 day J&K visit
New Delhi: Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa is on a two day visit to air bases in Jammu and Kashmir. On his arrival at AF Station Awantipur, he addressed all personnel and inspected the operational readiness of the base. During the interaction with the personnel, the CAS complemented
all Air Warriors for............

 

Visa denial to 2 Kashmiri sportsmen standard adjudication: US
NEW DELHI: The US has officially conveyed to India that the recent denial of visas to two Kashmiri sportsmen by it was a "standard adjudication" based on the merits of the case and had no connection with executive order of President Donald Trump. External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said the ministry had enquired about the issue from the US Embassy here after reports emerged that the two Kashmiri youths have been denied visa by it. "The US Embassy in Delhi has................

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Pakistan imposes travel ban on Hafiz Saeed, 37 others from JuD and LeT
Islamabad, Feb 2: Pakistan has imposed an international travel ban on Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed and 37 activists of his organisation, days after he was placed under house arrest in Lahore. Saeed, the founder of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, and the others were included in the interior ministry’s Exit Control List (ECL), the media reported...............

‘Travel ban on 'Muslim-majority countries' aimed at keeping 'bad people' out of US’
Washington, Feb 2: US President Donald Trump today said his decision to impose travel restrictions on people from seven Muslim-majority countries was aimed at keeping "bad people" out of America even as he dismissed the raging debate over his............

China tests missile with 10 nuclear warheads
Beijing, Feb 2: China has reportedly tested a new version of a missile that can carry up to 10 nuclear warheads, signalling a major shift in its nuclear capability as Beijing gears up for a possible military showdown with the US under Trump Presidency. The flight test of the DF-5C missile was carried out last month using 10 multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs, the Washington Free Beacon reported. The test of the inert warheads was monitored closely by..........

 
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