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Police counselling 'misguided' youth in the Valley: DGP
Srinagar, Feb 16: As part of its efforts to bring teenagers back into the national mainstream, Jammu and Kashmir police is counselling the "misguided" Valley youth to prevent them from falling prey to anti-national propaganda. "Going beyond its mandate of normal policing, J&K Police transforming hearts and minds by instilling national pride in the youth of the Valley," Director General of Police S P Vaid said in a tweet.The police has achieved some success as well in the recent time as a group.........................

Mehbooba to induct 2 more ministers, Guv to administer oath today
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Jammu, Feb 16: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra will administer oath to two ministers to be inducted tomorrow in Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti led Council of ministers. "Presently PDP has to fill two vacancies into the Council of Ministers and the names of two are almost final," reliable sources here said. They said that five names comprising three from Kashmir Valley and two from the Jammu region are round the corner to be inducted into Ms Mutfi's cabinet...............

 
 
 
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Youth held for circulating morphed pics of ex-lover   

Srinagar, Feb 16: Police today arrested a youth who had allegedly posted morphed photographs of his ex-girlfriend on social networking sites, labelling her an informer of the security forces in north Kashmir's Baramulla district. Based on a complaint filed by the girl on February 7, police arrested Abrar Ahmad Mantoo on the charges of "falsely portraying her as informer of security forces", a police official said. The girl had alleged that one of her friends....................

 

Stay away from encounter sites: Govt 

Srinagar, Feb 16: Authorities today asked the public in Kashmir to stay away from the places of encounters between security forces and militants and decided to impose prohibitory orders in the radius of 3 kms from such sites in three districts. The decision came a day after Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat warned of tough action against those hampering counter- insurgency operations. "District Admi-nistrations of Srinagar, Budgam and Shopian advised people.....................

Locals under pressure from militants to help them flee: CRPF
Srinagar, Feb 16: CRPF today said locals were under pressure from militants to help them flee in certain areas in Kashmir which was harming the anti-terror operations. CRPF Inspector General (Operations) Zulfiquar Hasan asserted that the forces have been acting with restraint in crowded areas to check any collateral damage and the residents should not succumb to the threats of the militants. His remarks came a day after Army....................

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Looking at Kashmir through a camera lens
New Delhi, Feb 16: Adding to the plethora of existing literature documenting the turmoils of Kashmir that have grabbed headlines time and again, is a new book that offers a visual narrative of the disturbances in the region over a span of two decades, through the eyes of nine photographers. Titled 'Witness', the coffee-table book featuring 200 photographs is a comprehensive visual document telling the 'Kashmir story' between 1986-2016...................

Palaniswami sworn in as Tamil Nadu CM
Chennai, Feb 16: Edappadi K Palaniswami, a V K Sasikala loyalist, was today sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, ending the 10-day political uncertainty in the state which began with caretaker CM O Panneerselvam's revolt against the AIADMK general secretary. Governor C Vidyasagar Rao administered the oath of office and secrecy to 63-year-old Palaniswami, a party veteran from western Tamil Nadu, at the head of a..............

 

Rs 9.2 cr approved for constructing Udhampur Radio Station: Jitendra
New Delhi, Feb 16: Close on the heels of the approval of R 170.50 crore by Government of India for the cleaning of river Devika under National River Conservation Plan (NRCP), another heartening news for the people of Udhampur is the approval of R 9.24 crore for construction and equipment of the city's first-everRadio station, with the cost of land not included in this amount. Disclosing this here today, the Union Minister of State (Independent ..................

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Blast rips through shrine in Pakistan, 100 dead 
KARACHI, feb 16: Nearly 100 people were killed and several injured tonight when an Islamic State suicide bomber blew himself up inside the crowded shrine of revered Sufi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan town, some 200 kms northeast of Karachi, in a string of deadly blasts this week in Pakistan. The bomber entered the shrine through its Golden...............

I will not let Iran develop nuclear weapon, ever: Trump to Benjamin Netanyahu
WASHINGTON, FEB 16: US President Donald Trump has assured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he will not allow Iran develop a nuclear weapon and termed the nuclear agreement Tehran reached with world powers one of the "worst deals" he has ever seen. Trump has on several occasions - during his presidential campaign and.............

Turkish forces bombard final IS bastion in Syria, killing 24 civilians
BEIRUT, FEB 16: Turkish bombardment of an Islamic State (IS) group-held town in Syria has killed 24 civilians, a monitor said on Thursday, but Turkey’s army said only “terrorists” died in the operation. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the dead in air strikes and shelling on the town of Al-Bab in the last 24 hours included 11 children. Turkey’s army, quoted by the state-run.............

 
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