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Car rams into bus on Kathua NH, 4 bank employees die  
Special Correspondent
Jammu, Feb 13: Four employees of Jammu and Kashmir Bank died in a tragic road accident when a car they were travelling in, rammed into a bus on Jammu-Kathua national highway in Kathua district. "Four bank employees, who were on way towards their branch office in Pathankot including the Branch Manager died in a road accident when their over speeding car (JK02BL-4097).........................

Alok Puri posted as IGP Crime, Jamwal is new IGP Jammu
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 13: The State Cabinet which me here this evening under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti ordered following transfers and postings in police department: Mohammad Sulaiman Salaria, IPS, IGP Railways has been transferred and posted as Director SKPA Udhampur vice Rajesh Kumar, IPS. Alok Puri, IGP Vigilance has been transferred and posted as IGP Crime vice Munir Ahmad Khan. S D Singh Jamwal, IPS, awaiting orders of posting .............

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Mehbooba for inclusion of non migrant KPs in Govt's welfare endeavour  

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 13: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today asked for inclusion of non migrant Kashmiri Pandits in the welfare endeavor of the Government. She also directed provision of all basic facilities of healthcare and education at the transit accommodation centres in the Kashmir Valley where members of the community...................


Mehbooba pursues AoA, opportunity for BJP to raise stock in Muslim majority J&K: Baig 

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 13: Senior PDP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Baig today said that chief minister Mehbooba Mufti is pursuing Agenda of Alliance while the BJP has also an opportunity to raise its stock in Muslim majority state. "Mehbooba Mufti pursues AoA and BJP also sees this as an opportunity to raise its stock in a.....................

J&K police initiative to wean away local youths from militancy
Srinagar, Feb 13: In a bid to wean away local youths from militancy, Jammu and Kashmir police is assuring parents of those who are believed to have joined various militant groups that a lenient view will be taken if their kin decide to surrender. The police decided to take the initiative of meeting the parents amid a spate of intelligence reports about local youths having joined terror groups after the killing of poster-boy for Hizbul Mujahideen militant outfit Burhan....................

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'Talks not possible with script in one hand and gun in other'
MUMBAI: Minister of State for External Affairs M J Akbar today said that terrorism was the stumbling block between normalising ties with Pakistan. "Everything is possible. What is impossible is a dialogue between those who like to hold a script in one hand and a gun in the other. That is not possible,"
he said. "When people abandon the gun, nations and people will find a way..................

J&K Bank to raise Rs 250 cr via issue of shares to State Govt
NEW DELHI: J&K Bank will issue over 3.65 crore shares on preferential basis to the State Government to raise R 250 crore. J&K Bank said the allotment to Government of Jammu & Kashmir, promoter and majority shareholder of the bank, will be at s 67.39 per share aggregating to over s 249.99 crore. "It is proposed to offer, issue and allot on a preferential basis, equity shares of the Bank for an amount..............


Sasikala says she and her MLAs will leave Koovathur resort ‘happily’ after SC verdict today
CHENNAI, Feb 13: AIADMK general secretary V K Sasikala said on Monday evening that she and her MLAs, staying at a resort at Koovathur, will leave the place "happily" on Tuesday after the Supreme Court pronounces its verdict on the disproportionate assets case in which she is an accused. Sasikala was addressing around 100 MLAs staying at the Golden Bay Resorts after it was reported that Supreme Court would pronounce the verdict on..................

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Former Pak envoy to US questions Islamabad's Kashmir policy 
Washington, Feb 13: Questioning Pakistan's decades- old Kashmir policy, a former top envoy of the country has said even resolving the issue would unlikely address the challenge of terrorism, sectarian conflict or the Taliban abandoning its goal of establishing an "old Islamic order" in Afghanistan. "Even if Kashmir is resolved how would...............

Hamas names top militant as new leader in Gaza
Gaza City, Feb 13: A senior Hamas official says a top member of the group's armed wing has been chosen as its new leader in the Gaza Strip. Yehiyeh Sinwar, a senior commander who was freed by Israel in a 2011 prisoner swap, is considered one of the most hard-line figures in the Islamic militant group. The Hamas official, speaking on condition of............

UAfter Basant ban, Pakistani court says no to Valentine’s Day
Islamabad, Feb 13: Pakistanis will neither be able to celebrate Valentine’s Day on Tuesday nor participate in Basant festivities over the weekend as both these events have been banned across the country. On Monday, the Islamabad high court prohibited Valentine’s Day celebrations after hearing a petition which argued the event was not part of Muslim traditions.............

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