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WEATHER MOODS: As rains lashed the City of Temples on Sunday swollen Tawi River presented a picturesque look. Aman  

NH remains closed for 3rd day after fresh snowfall in Valley, Banihal, Patnitop 
SRINAGAR, FEB 5: The Srinagar-Jammu national highway remained closed for traffic for the third consecutive day today following landslides at some places, with Kashmir Valley receiving fresh snowfall overnight with even more wet weather having been forecast over the next 24 hours. "The Srinagar-Jammu highway is closed for traffic today due to landslides at various places and fresh snowfall," an official of the Traffic Control Room said.....................

BSF arrests Pak infiltrator along IB
JAMMU, FEB 5: A 26-year-old Pakistani infiltrator was arrested today by Border Security Force (BSF) personnel from the International Border (IB) in Jammu frontier. Jawans on duty observed suspicious movement across the IB in Basantar river area this afternoon. They rushed and challenged the suspect, who had intruded deep inside the Indian territory and they arrested him, a BSF officer said. As per preliminary interrogation, the suspect has been identified as 26-year-old Mansheer, son of Iqbal and resident of Kingra More in Sabekote in Pakistan.............

 
 
 
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DIPR seeks updated data of newspapers, periodicals  

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 5: The Department of Information and Public Relations is in the process of updating the details of empanelled newspapers and periodicals for rationalisation of advertisement distribution in light of the Advertisement Policy-2016. Accordingly, all the empanelled newspapers and periodicals in the State have been asked to provide, within one week, updated details including latest...................

 

New track to Vaishno Devi closed, chopper service remains suspended   

JAMMU: New track to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi cave shrine has been closed due to shooting stones and felling of trees due to bad weather while chopper service remained suspended for the second consecutive day in Reasi District. "In view of continuous rains in the hilly terrain, shooting....................

SVC summons ADC Kupwara 
JAMMU: Taking a serious note of the delay in submitting report in connection with complaints against Block Develop-ment Officers (BDOs), the State Vigilance Commission (SVC) today issued show cause notice to Kupwara Additional Deputy Commissioner asking why proceedings should not be initiated against him for ignoring its directions. The SVC has sought an explanation from ADC Kupwara asking him as to why proceedings should not be initiated against him under the provisions of SVC Act and rules for ignoring the Commission's directions, a....................

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Pak should conduct referendum to check if its citizens want to be part of India: HM
HARIDWAR, FEB 5: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that a referendum must be conducted in Pakistan to check whether their citizens want to remain there or want to merge with India. Singh also asserted that Kashmir was always with India and will remain a part of it. "Now Pakistan wants referendum on Kashmir but one thing is clear that Kashmir was with India.................

Modi urges saints to spread message on social reforms
NEW DELHI, FEB 5: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged saints and religious institutions to take a lead in raising issues related to social reforms like 'Swachh Bharat', saying their word has a bigger impact than the Government's. Addressing the 7th centenary celebrations of Jagadguru Sri............

 

UN seeks India's nominee for anti-terror panel
NEW DELHI, FEB 5: India has been asked to send the name of its nominee for inclusion in a global team to assist a United Nations committee which decides on banning terror outfits and their leaders. Following the request from the global body, both the Home and Finance ministries have been asked to recommend names of suitable individuals who can be part of the key team, official sources said today. The presence of the country's nominee on the panel may facilitate the government's efforts to get Maulana Masood Azhar, head of Pakistan-based................

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Heavy snow, avalanches hit Afghanistan and Pakistan; 59 dead over weekend
Kabul, Feb 5: Dozens of people in Afghanistan and Pakistan were killed after heavy snow and avalanches hit over the weekend. In eastern Afghanistan, at least 50 people died and dozens more were missing on Sunday after an avalanche buried a village in Nuristan, provincial governor Hafiz Abdul Qayum said. "Based on information...............

18 killed, 2 injured in China after fire breaks out in foot massage parlour
Beijing, Feb 5: At least 18 people were killed and two others injured on Sunday in a fire incident at a foot massage parlour in east China’s Zhejiang Province, official said. The fire broke out at around 5:26 pm in the Zuxintang Foot Massage Parlor in............

Turkey detains some 420 IS suspects in nationwide raids
Istanbul, Feb 5: Turkish police on Sunday detained hundreds of suspected members of the Islamic State extremist group in nationwide raids, just over a month after an attack on an Istanbul nightclub claimed by the jihadists. Among around 420 detained in the biggest operation so far against IS after the New Year attack were foreigners and those suspected of planning attacks in Turkey, the Dogan and Anadolu news agencies reported..........

 
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