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BEING HUMAN: Women making ‘chapatis’ in community kitchen of Old Aged Home. Aman     

Prepare approach paper on schemes about women welfare: Mehbooba    
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 15: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today directed the Social Welfare Department to prepare an approach paper on the implementational status of all the welfare schemes for women in the State and suggest measures to make the gender friendly initiatives of the Government successful. Chairing the second meeting of the State Mission Authority under National Mission for Empowerment of Women (NMEW) here today, the.........................

Major reshuffle in Police, 158 DySPs shifted
JAMMU, FEB 15: In a major reshuffle, Police authorities have ordered transfer and postings of 158 Deputy Superintendents of Police (DySPs) with immediate effect. Director General of Police, Dr SP Vaid issued an Order in this regard the other day. As per Order, G V S Sundeep, IPS, SDPO Uri has been transferred and posted as SDPO Sopore against available vacancy while Jugal Kishore, DySP DAR Reasi has been transferred and posted as DySP IR-15th Bn vice Shamsher Singh..............

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Protesting Katra shopkeepers meet Dy CM, suspend strike   

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 15: Protesting shopkeepers and traders today suspended their two-day strike after meeting Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh, who assured them early redressal of their grievances. Katra town of Reasi district of Jammu region observed shutdown in protest against opening of new track for devotees....................


J&K owes over Rs 55,000 cr to Centre 

Jammu, Feb 15: Jammu and Kashmir owes over R 55,000 crore to the Centre as debt, which continues to pile up every year. Reliable sources here said, "Due to liability growing every year, the state of Jammu and Kashmir, finally owes over s 55,000 crore to the Government of India upto the year 2015-16." Sources said that the final amount of the liability is coming out exactly to s 55,346 crores, the state government owes this amount to the Centre.....................

Martyred jawan couldn't visit home for daughter's admission
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Jammu, Feb 15: The Jawan sacrificed his life for nation's pride while fighting against terrorists yesterday in Bandipora encounter, could not visit home for his 3-yr-old daughter's admission. Rifleman Ravi Kumar of village Meen Sarkar Tabela, Sarore Adda, district Samba, J&K, was among four soldiers including a Major, attained martyrdom in fierce gun battle in Parray Mohalla of Hajin area, district....................

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WORLD RECORD: ISRO launches 104 satellites
SRIHARIKOTA (AP), Feb 15: Space agency ISRO today scripted history by successfully launching a record 104 satellites, including India's earth observation satellite, on a single rocket from the spaceport here. This is the highest number of satellites ever launched in a single mission. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C37 blasted off at 9:28 AM from the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre and first injected Cartosat-2 series satellite..................

Army chief warns of tough action against stone-pelters in J&K
New Delhi, Feb 15: Acknowledging that the hostile conduct of locals was causing higher casualties in the Kashmir valley, Army chief Bipin Rawat today warned those attacking security forces during anti-militancy operations of "tough action". The stern message from Rawat came a day after three soldiers faced heavy stone-pelting at Parray Mohalla of Bandipore in north Kashmir when they were..............


Cabinet approves Bill to bring J&K under Statistics Act, 2008
NEW DELHI, Feb 15: The Centre today approved a Bill that seeks to extend jurisdiction of the Collection of Statistics Act, 2008, to Jammu and Kashmir on matters pertaining to statistics under Union and Concurrent lists. "The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved a proposal to introduce a Bill in Parliament to extend the jurisdiction of the Collection of Statistics Act, 2008, to Jammu and Kashmir on statistics relevant to..................

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CIndia a great partner for future: Thai Deputy PM 
Bangkok, Feb 15: Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand Somkid Jatusripitak said that the South East Asian country want to enhance the strategic partnership with India. Seeking investments in areas like hi-tech industries and automobile, Thailand today said it considers India as a great partner for the future. Addressing global...............

Record 27 US Congressmen travelling to India this month
Washington, Feb 15: A record number of 27 US Congressmen will visit India later this month, reflecting the growing bipartisan support for strengthening the Indo-US strategic ties. The top lawmakers from both the Republican and Democratic parties are visiting India in two separate delegations. Describing this as an important development.............

Chinese media warns India against playing Taiwan card
Beijing, Feb 15: China's official media today warned India against playing the 'Taiwan card', saying New Delhi will suffer losses by challenging Beijing over the sensitive issue. The warning came after a Taiwanese women Parliamentary delegation visited India."By challenging China over the Taiwan question, India is playing with fire," state-run Global Times said in an.............

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