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2 soldiers martyred, 4 terrorists killed in Kulgam encounter  
SRINAGAR, FEB 12: In a pre-dawn swoop, security forces gunned down four Hizbul Mujahideen militants in an encounter at a village in south Kashmir that also left two army men martyred and two civilians dead. The fighting erupted after the security personnel surrounded Frisal village in the district following a tip that militants were hiding in a house, police said. "When the militants were challenged, they fired at the forces, triggering the gunfight.........................

Cabinet to meet today, transfers likely in Police, Administration
GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, FEB 12: J&K Cabinet will meet under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti at Civil Secretariat in Jammu on 13th February. According to sources the Cabinet will meet in second half on Monday to clear some important Govern-ment bills besides promotions of IPS officers. Sources said that Deputy CM Nirmal Singh, who is back in Jammu after 4-days long tour to Delhi, is expected to meet CM Mehbooba to finalize names for all important.............

 
 
 
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NC demands probe into civilian deaths  

GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, FEB 12: National Conference Sunday condemned the killing of two civilians in an encounter between militants and Army at Frisal Kulgam and demanded an impartial and time bound probe into the killing. In a statement issued from party headquarters District President Kulgam and MLA Homeshalibug Advocate Ab Majeed Bhat Larmi lashed out at the forces for resorting to alleged indiscriminate..................

 

Pak has emerged as an epicentre of terrorism: Dr Jitendra 

JAMMU, FEB 12: Condemning the Kulgam encounter, Union Minister in Prime Minister's Office, Jitendra Singh on Sunday said Pakistan has emerged as an epicenter of terrorism. Singh said sooner or later the same terrorism might also threaten to consume the soil from which it originates. "There have been a series of evidences and it`s no longer a secret that the entire terrorism on the Indian soil.....................

Delhi can ignore fast-changing demographic profile of J&K at its own peril
Prof Hari Om
JAMMU, FEB 12: Jammu & Kashmir is a sensitive border State. It is also strategically very vital for the country's defence. It has to be handled with utmost care considering the fact that both Pakistan and China have their evil eyes on it: Pakistan wants to Islamize Himalayas to destroy India and China says that parts of Ladakh belong to it. Unfortunately, however, it has not been happening. What has been....................

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Will not rest till those who looted the nation pay back: PM
SHRINAGAR/PITHORAGARH, Feb 12: Asserting that he will not rest till those who looted the country paid back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked the voters in Uttarakhand to give exemplary punishment in the polls to people who ruined their future. He launched a frontal attack on Congress for "insulting" the armed forces by questioning the surgical strikes, "sleeping"..................

Campaign for phase-II UP assembly polls ends today
LUCKNOW, FEB 12: Hectic campaigning for the second phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections will come to an end tomorrow in 67 Assembly constituencies spread over 11 districts. Polling in these constituencies will be held on February 15. The seats are spread across 11 districts - Sahara-npur, Bijnor, Moradabad, Sambhal, Rampur, Bareilly, Amroha, Pilibhit, Kheri, Shahjahanpur and Badaun In the 67 seats at stake, ruling Samajwadi Party..............

 

ITBP Troops get snow scooters to patrol Chinese border
NEW DELHI, FEB 12: Expensive and sleek snow scooters, usually found at ice-capped tourist spots for adventure sport lovers, have for the first time been inducted for patrol by ITBP troops along the Sino-Indian frontier. Five of these powerful scooters, procured from a US-based firm, have been deployed at high-altitude border locations of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in Ladakh, Uttarakhand and Sikkim that overlook the Chinese..................

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North Korea reportedly test fires missile, challenging US 
PYONGYANG, FEB 12: North Korea reportedly fired a ballistic missile early Sunday in what would be its first such test of the year and an implicit challenge to President Donald Trump’s new administration. Details of the launch, including the type of missile, were scant. There was no immediate confirmation from the North, which had recently...............

WWII bomb is defused after 75,000 people evacuated in Greece
Thessaloniki, Feb 12: Authorities in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki evacuated an estimated 75,000 people Sunday so army experts could defuse a 500-pound (227-kilogram) unexploded World War II bomb found under a gas station. The evacuation started at 7 am (0500 GMT). Police went house-to-house ringing bells and............

 US agents conduct first Trump-era raids targeting undocumented migrants
Washington, Feb 12: US authorities arrested hundreds of undocumented migrants this week in the first large-scale raids under President Donald Trump, triggering panic in immigrant communities nationwide. The federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency rounded up undocumented individuals living in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and other cities two............

 
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