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Don’t use political influence: Govt warns officials 
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 3: Jammu and Kashmir Government while coming down heavily on officials using political influence to get transfers and postings of choice today asked such officials not to use influence otherwise non-compliance shall be viewed seriously and dealt with strictly in accordance with the rules. In an order (Circular No.05-GAD of 2017, Dated:02-02-2017), issued here by the General Administration Department, the government has said...................

Six injured in clashes in Srinagar, Pulwama
Srinagar, Feb 3: At least six persons were injured today as clashes broke out between protestors and security forces in Nowhatta area of the city and Pulwama district in south Kashmir. Clashes broke out in Nowhatta area soon after the Friday prayers concluded inside the historic Jamia Masjid here as groups of youth indulged in stone pelting on police personnel in the area, a police official said. The security forces fired tear smoke shells and used batons to chase the miscreants, the official said. He said at least three persons were injured in the clashes which were going on............

 
 
 
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Landslides hit Jmu-Sgr NH closes for traffic  

Srinagar, Feb 3: The Srinagar-Jammu national highway was closed for traffic today in the wake of landslides at some places, even as the weather remained dry in Kashmir with the night temperature settling close to freezing point at most places. Landslides have occurred near Ramban and Battery Cheshma which have forced the closure of the highway, the only all weather road link connecting Kashmir Valley with the rest of the country...................

 

12th century A D Archaeological artifacts unearthed in J&K   

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 3: Department of Archives, Archaeology and Museums has unearthed various ancient sculptures belonging to the Kashmir School of Sculpture from Samthan Bijbhara in district Anantnag, an official here said....................

Play larger role in state's development: Guv to J&K Bank Chairman
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 3: Jammu and Kashmir Governor today asked the J&K Bank Chairman Parvez Ahmed to play a larger role in the development of the state. Stressing upon the J&K Bank's high responsibility, Vohra asked Parvez, who called on him here at Raj Bhawan to play a growingly larger role in speeding the growth and development of the State. Ahmed also informed the Governor about the recent initiatives taken by the Bank to enlarge its services by..................

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Connectivity Bonanza for J&K; DPRs for Singpora Vailoo, Mughal Road tunnels to be prepared soon
New Delhi, Feb 3: Giving the intra-state connectivity a major push, the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has accorded in principle approval for work on two ambitious tunnel projects viz Mughal Road tunnel and Singhpora-Vailoo tunnel and ordered that DPRs for both the projects be prepared at the earliest. It has also ordered that bidding process for the R 8000 crore Zojila tunnel be finalized.................

Father also says youth died of pellet injuries: Govt to SC
New Delhi, Feb 3: The Jammu and Kashmir Government today told the Supreme Court that the father of a 26-year-old youth, who first alleged that his son was shot dead at point-blank, later submitted before a judicial magistrate that he was leading protesters and rather received............

 

J&K DGP apprises MoS, PMO of situation in State
NEW DELHI, Feb 3: Recently-appointed Jammu and Kashmir DGP SP Vaid today apprised Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh of the prevailing situation in the State. Dr Singh said the police forces headed by a professional leadership with a local connect can prove more capable of achieving a breakthrough in such a situation. He appreciated the manner in which the different wings of security forces have been working in
coordination in the State and hoped that this coordination will become even more cohesive and fruitful in the times to come................

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Did China ask Pakistan to detain Hafiz Saeed? Top Chinese official's visit raises speculation
Beijing, Feb 3: A planned visit by a top Chinese counter-terrorism official to Pakistan has raised speculation that Beijing may have advised Islamabad to detain Mumbai terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed, a media report said on Friday. Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping, who handles terrorism, will "shortly" travel to Pakistan to "discuss counter-terrorism efforts...............

Indian-Americans are a success: US Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi
WASHINGTON, Feb 3: The Indian-American community in this "greatest country of the world" are a success as they have retained the values of their culture, which has helped them climb the ladder, Democratic Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi has said............

'Joint efforts underway to bring Chinese soldier from India'
Beijing, Feb 3: China on Friday said it was making "joint efforts" with India to bring home one of its soldiers who crossed into the country over five decades ago and settled there after being released by Indian authorities, as the state media said his return would enhance bilateral understanding. China is aware of the case of Wang Qi, who was detained when he crossed into India in 1963, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang..........

 
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