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Restrictions in parts of Srinagar: Police 
Srinagar, Feb 10: Restrictions in parts of Srinagar continued for the second day today to maintain law and order in the city in wake of proposed march of the separatists to Lal Chowk city centre and to the local office of the United Nations here. While restrictions continued in downtown (interior areas of the city), the curbs have also been imposed in the police station areas of Maisuma, Ram Munshi Bagh and Kothi Bagh in the city, a police official said He said the........................

2 arrested for disrespecting National Anthem in Cinema Hall
Jammu, Feb 10: In first of its kind, Police have booked two youth for disrespecting National Anthem played before the start of a movie inside the Cinema Hall in this winter capital of the state. "Two youths hailing from Kashmir have been arrested for allegedly disrespecting the national anthem by not standing when the anthem was played in a cinema hall here last night," police sources said here today. They said that someone among the viewers, complained to the police about the incident, following which.............

 
 
 
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Cold intensifies in Kashmir, Kargil coldest at minus 15.8  

Srinagar, Feb 10: The night temperature across Kashmir division, including Kargil, slipped further below the freezing point, even as the day temperature has risen and settled above the normal for this time of the year today. Kargil was the coldest recorded place in the state with a low of minus 15.8 degrees Celsius, officials said. The maximum temperature has improved and remained above normal for...................

 

Hideout busted in Kishtwar, arms recovered 

Jammu, Feb 10: Cache of arms and ammunition was recovered from a hideout busted in mountainous Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. "Army and Police today launched joint operation in Bonjwah area of Kishtwar and recovered cache of explosives, arms and ammunition from a hideout," police here said. They said that operation was launched based on a tip-off using all tracking equipment. One AK-47 rifle, 450 AK-47 ammunition, 224 Pika ammunition.....................

Youth development is Govt's priority: CM
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Jammu, Feb 10: Terming scouting as a platform to turn young kids into responsible citizens of tomorrow, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today appreciated the role of scouting movement in strengthening discipline, character and honesty among the youth. Giving away the President's awards among the distinguished scouts and guides of the State here today, the Chief Minister said the history of the organisation is replete with character development of the....................

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‘Jawans should not voice grievances on social media’
JODHPUR, Feb 10: Jawans should approach the internal grievance redressal mechanism of the BSF, instead of taking to the social media to voice their problems, DG, BSF KK Sharma said here today. He was talking to reporters after returning from Jaisalmer where he inaugurated the 47th Inter-Frontier Support Weapon Shooting Comp-etition at the Kishangarh Field Firing Range yesterday..................

First eclipse of 2017 today, can be seen from India
INDORE: The first eclipse of this year will take place early morning tomorrow and would be visible from India. "The first 'penumbral lunar eclipse' would begin at 4:02:02 AM and would continue till 8:25:05 AM on February 11. This eclipse will be visible in India," said Rajendra Prakash Gupt, superintendent of the Government-run Jiwaji Observatory here. The intensity of moon's brightness would lessen and it would become hazy during the eclipse .............

 

Azad slams Modi for 'raincoat' jibe at Manmohan
Sambhal (UP): Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today attacked Prime minister Narendra Modi alleging that he had used abusive language and remained in election mode every time. "The language which PM used for Pt Nehru, Indiraji, Rajivji and Soniaji does not affect their stature but it lessens his stature as PM. PM doesn't belong to any person or a party, he is of entire country. He remains in election mode all 365 days and uses abusive language," he said here.." "I have many times said in Parliament that you..................

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Hundreds of thousands rally in Iran against Donald Trump, chant ‘Death to America’ 
Ankara, Feb 10 : Hundreds of thousands of Iranians rallied on Friday to swear allegiance to the clerical establishment following US President Donald Trump’s warning that he had put the Islamic Republic “on notice”, state TV reported. On the anniversary of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, which toppled the US-backed shah, marchers...............

Sikh group calls for inquiry into UK's role in 'Op Blue Star'
London, Feb 10: A UK-based Sikh group has written to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office demanding a public inquiry into Britain's alleged involvement in the 1984 Operation Blue Star. Sikh Federation UK has been working on a report titled 'Sacrificing Sikhs: The need for an investigation', which claims to have evidence regarding the full extent............

Over 50 killed by army in central Congo clashes
Congo, Feb 10: Democratic Republic of Congo's army on Friday killed over 50 members of the Kamwina Nsapu militia in the centre of the country who were seeking to avenge the death of their leader, an opposition politician and an activist from the area said. Hundreds have died and tens of thousands have been uprooted in central Congo in recent months in battles between security forces..........

 
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