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2 top Hizb terrorists killed in encounter 
Srinagar, Feb 4: A "major terrorist operation" was today thwarted as two top Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in north Kashmir's Baramulla district. Superintendent of Police (Operations) Shafqat Hussain and a Sub-Inspector, Mohammad Murtaza, were also injured in the gun battle which took place near Amargarh village of Sopore, 50 kms from here, after police intercepted the two militants travelling in a vehicle, a police spokesman said....................

11 qtl opium straw recovered, 3 arrested
Kathua, Feb 4: Police arrested three persons, including a truck driver, and recovered 11 quintals of opium straw from their possession in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir today. Police intercepted a truck on its way to Punjab from Kashmir at Hatli Morh in the district, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kathua, Pawan Parihar said. He said that during checking of the truck, 44 bags of opium straw powder was recovered, valued at Rs 77 lakhs.............

 
 
 
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Srinagar-Jammu NH remains shut for traffic  

Srinagar, Feb 4: The Srinagar-Jammu National Highway remained closed for traffic for the second consecutive day today in the wake of landslides at some places, even as the weather remained dry in Kashmir with the night temperature settling close to the freezing point at most places. The Srinagar-Jammu highway is closed for traffic today due to muck brought in by landslides accumulated on road at some places, an official of the Traffic Control Room...................

 

J&K CVC received 4342 complaints in four years, 3966 disposed off   

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 4: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Vigilance Commission has received 4342 complaints in the four years from February 23, 2013 to February 28, 2016. An year-wise number of complaints received by the Commission during 23.02.2013....................

Doda Court rejects bail application of accused
Jammu: The Court of Additional Session Judge Doda today rejected the bail application of accused in Hawala Case, police sources here said. They said that on December 29, last year, one Mohammad Abdullah of village Bharath, District Doda, involved in Hawala case had applied for grant of statutory and default bail under section 43-D of Unlawful activities (Prevention) Act in the Court of Additional Session, Judge, Doda. The Court observed that since the accused is involved in heinous offence and was distributing the Hawala money to the families of slain militants to.................

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Goa registers record 83% voter turnout, Punjab 75%
Chandigarh/Panaji, Feb 4: Punjab and Goa on Saturday voted heavily with an estimated 75 per cent and a record-breaking 83 per cent turnout as the first round of assembly elections in five states concluded by and large peacefully, Election Commission said. Traditional rivals BJP and Congress are locked in a keen electoral battle in the two states where Arvind Kejriwal's AAP has made its maiden foray in the assembly elections, seeking.................

J&K Bank posts Q3 net loss at Rs 498 cr
NNEW DELHI, Feb 4: Jammu and Kashmir Bank today reported a net loss at R 498.47 crore for the third quarter ended December 2016, mainly due to sharp jump in provisions for bad loans. The bank had reported a net profit of s 117.68 crore in October-December quarter of 2015-16. Its total income also decreased to Rs 1,770.2............

 

Congress hits back at PM Modi over ‘SCAM’ taunt with more name-calling
New Delhi, Feb 4: Congress on Saturday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dubbing his political rivals in Uttar Pradesh as “SCAM”, saying it does not behave a PM to use such words and, instead, he should give an account of the work done by him. “Instead of delivering or what the road map ahead is, we hear him (Modi) speak on abbreviations. He is extremely worried because he has realized the faults what demonetization has done across the country,” Congress spokesperson Tom................

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China warns Trump not to push it for talks with Dalai Lama
Beijing, Feb 4: Warning Trump administration of "endless trouble and burden" if it uses the Dalai Lama against it, China today sharply criticised the new US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for his "amateurish" suggestion that he would encourage talks between Beijing and Dharmsala-based Tibetan government in exile. The US should stop...............

Days after crackdown on Hafiz Saeed, Pakistan's JuD rebrands under new name
Islamabad, Feb 4: Just days after Jamaat-ud-Daawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was put under house arrest and a crackdown was launched on the organisation's activities by Pakistan government, the banned outfit has rebranded itself under the new............

Baloch leaders to meet US President Donald Trump, seek termination of military, economic aid to Pakistan
Geneva, Feb 4: Exiled Baloch political leaders and activists have confirmed that they will soon be meeting United States President Donald Trump to seek termination of American military and Economic aid to Pakistan in view of Islamabad`s widespread abuse of the Baloch people. During their meeting with President Trump, they are expected to highlight their concerns over the genocide..........

 
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