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Panel to examine fee structure in private schools, nursing homes: Govt 
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 11: Jammu and Kashmir Govt has constituted committees to examine and keep a check on fee structure in private Schools and nursing homes. In an order issued here on the directions of Minister for Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs and Legal Metrology Department Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, for the issues pertaining to regulation of fee structure in Private Schools, a two member committee comprising........................

Kargil records season's lowest temperature
Srinagar, Feb 11: The night temperature across Kashmir Valley marked an improvement, but the mercury went further below the freezing point in Ladakh region of the state with Kargil town experiencing the season's coldest night. Kargil town, in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, registered the minimum temperature of minus 16.2 degrees Celsius, against minus 15.8 degrees Celsius the previous night, an official of the Meteorological Department here said. He said not only was Kargil the coldest .............

 
 
 
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3 killed, 12 injured in accidents across Jammu  

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 11: Three persons were killed while 12 got injured in separate road accidents across Jammu region. A man was killed when one trolley en route Srinagar from Jammu collided with another vehicle this morning near petrol pump in Barsoo area of Udhamphr on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. The deceased has been identified as Sangram Singh, son of Gurdarab
Singh, resident of Patoli,...................

 

Restrictions continue in parts of Srinagar 

Srinagar, Feb 11: For the third consecutive day today, restrictions continued in parts of Srinagar to maintain law and order in view of the strike called by separatist groups on the death anniversary of JKLF founder Maqbool Bhat. "Restrictions on the assembly of people continued in downtown (interior areas of the city) along with Maisuma police station area in uptown Srinagar," a police official said. He said the restrictions continued in these areas for the third.....................

BJP leader's wife slips to death
Jammu: The wife of a senior BJP leader today slipped to death at a function organised to mark birth anniversary of Din Dyal Upadhyaya in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. "The wife of a BJP leader died this afternoon after falling from the rooftop of a building in Rajouri district," police sources here said. They said that she was attending a function to mark the birth anniversary of Din Dyal Upadhyaya. The deceased identified as Sheetal Gupta and she was accompanying her husband and BJP District....................

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Special trains to clear rush for Vaishno Devi and Haridwar
NEW DELHI, Feb 11: Gearing up for the impending summer rush, Northern Railway will run a special train from April to Katra station for Vaishno Devi pilgrims from here. Special train will also be pressed for Haridwar from Malda to clear pilgrim rush during the summer season. The Anand Vihar - Shri Mata Vaishnodevi Katra Bi-Weekly Express Special train will depart from Anand Vihar station..................

Interceptor missile successfully test-fired
BALASORE (ODISHA): India today successfully test-fired its interceptor missile off the Odisha coast, achieving a significant milestone in the direction of developing a two-layered Ballistic Missile Defence system. The interceptor was launched from Abdul Kalam Island (Wheeler Island) of ITR at about 7.45 AM.This mission, termed as "PDV mission is for engaging the targets in the exo-atmosphere region at an altitude above 50 km.............

 

Surgical strikes marked India's offensive stride vis-a-vis Pak
Bengaluru: Lt Gen (Rtd) Ramesh Halgali today said India has moved from its earlier defensive framework to offensive stride against Pakistan because the neighbour has continuously used its resources to destabilise the country through proxy wars. "Pakistan has continuously used its resources to destabilise India through proxy wars. For over 30 years, Pakistan has been staging a proxy war against us. The reason we have thwarted it is because India..................

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At least 17 killed in stampede at Angola football stadium 
Angola, Feb 11: At least 17 football fans died in a stampede at a stadium in northern Angola, police said, adding that scores of other spectators were injured, many of them seriously. Panic spread through the crowd at the match in the town of Uige between Santa Rita de Cassia and Recreativo de Libolo in Angola's domestic league...............

 13 killed, 20 injured in bus-van collision
Dhaka, Feb 11: At least 13 people were charred to death and 20 others injured when a head-on collision between a bus and a van hauling gas cylinders resulted in massive explosions in southwest Bangladesh, police said on Saturday. The accident took place Friday night on a highway connecting Dhaka and Khulna town in Faridpur district. “Thirteen people have died so............

India wants Pakistan to take action against terrorists: Bambawale
Karachi, Feb 11: India wants Pakistan to renounce violence and take “strong preventive action” against terrorists and extremists without discrimination, Indian High Commissioner to Islamabad Gautam Bambawale has said. “India wishes Pakistan well in its nation building process. India wishes to see a stable, moderate and prosperous Pakistan which is at peace with itself, at..........

 
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