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COLOURFUL WECLOME: Participants making a ‘Rangoli’ on route of Jaganath Rath Yatra in Jammu on Friday. Aman      

Dismayed over change in portfolios, 2 ministers quit
Jammu: Dismayed over change in portfolios, two senior PDP leaders and cabinet ministers tendered resignations from the ministry in Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti led PDP-BJP government. Two ministers were expected to be inducted today at the oath ceremony held at Raj Bhawan but it was a shocker for the PDP as well BJP as only former minister and close aide of late Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Mohammad Altaf Bukhari was again welcomed into the.........................

Guv regrets failure of timely action on SVC reports
Jammu, Feb 17: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra in a letter addressed today to the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has regretted that for the past several years there has been continuing failure in timely action being taken on the reports furnished by the State Vigilance Commission. He has also observed that no action has so far been taken on the recommendations made by the SVC regarding amendments to the provisions of the Vigilance Commission Act, 2011. The Governor has suggested an urgent...............

 
 
 
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Karra to join Congress today   

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 17: The much awaited joining of Peoples Democratic Party rebel Tariq Hamid Karra's joining the Congress Party will take place tomorrow at the national capital, reliable sources here today said. "Earlier, Karra was supposed to join Congress party on January 15, but due to busy schedule of Congress high command in UP Polls, the joining was deferred," sources said. "Karra will be the face of....................

 

Stone-pelting youths clash with security forces in Kashmir 

Srinagar, Feb 17: Youths waving Pakistani flags today clashed with security forces and pelted stones after Friday prayers at several places in old Srinagar city. Young boys with their faces covered were carrying green and white Pakistani flags as several dozen youths raised slogans after Friday prayers ended at Jamia Masjid in Nowhatta area of the city, a police official said. He said the youths also hurled.....................

CM praises Guv House lawns, terms CM House garden as 'jungle'
Jammu, Feb 17: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today had all praise for the lawns at Raj Bhawan but termed the garden at Chief Minister's residence as 'jungle'. "How can you have such beautiful flowers and we do not have the same in our lawns," the Chief Minister said while leaving the Raj Bhawan after oath ceremony of Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, who was inducted into Council of....................

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BJP defends Army Chief’s statement; slams Cong, separatists
NEW DELHI: BJP today put up a spirited defence of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who is under fire from the Opposition, specially the Congress for delivering a strong statement against those coming in support of militants in Jammu and Kashmir. The BJP today fielded Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh, who hails from Jammu, to take on the criticism of the Army Chief....................

Sacking drama in AIADMK: Ahead of trust vote, even CM Palaniswami 'loses' party membership
CHENNAI, Feb 17: The AIADMK saw a sacking drama - that too by an already 'sacked' leader - on the eve of the Tamil Nadu Assembly taking up the vote of confidence in the newly sworn in Edappadi K Palaniswami government. On Friday, party's former presidium chairman E Madhusudanan - who was 'sacked' by party's interim general secretary VK Sasikala last week -..............

 

Can singing national anthem be made mandatory in schools? Supreme Court to examine
NEW DELHI, Feb 17: After making it compulsory for cinema halls to play national anthem before screening of film, the Supreme Court on Friday decided to examine whether singing/playing of national anthem be made mandatory in schools to inculcate a sense of patriotism among students. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra, R Banumathi and M M Shantanagoudar, however, turned down a plea to make playing of national anthem mandatory in..................

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Eliminate terrorists with full force: PM Nawaz Sharif to armed forces 
Karachi, Feb 17: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today ordered the law enforcement agencies to eliminate terrorists with "full force" as the death toll rose to 88 in an Islamic State suicide bombing at a revered Sufi shrine in the Sindh province. The bombing at the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan took place yesterday...............

Anti-India LeT, JuD and JeM have umbilical links with Karachi's madrasas: Report
Brussels, Feb 17: A report released by a think tank describes the Pakistan port city of Karachi as a hub of anti-India jihadist groups. The Brussels-based International Crisis Group, in the report titled `Pakistan: Stoking the Fire in Karachi`, noted that “decades of neglect and mismanagement have turned Karachi, Pakistan’s largest.............

Need 'solid evidence' to back Azhar ban at UN: China
Beijing, Feb 17: Ahead of its strategic dialogue with India, China today said "solid evidence" was needed for it to back efforts to get JeM chief Masood Azhar banned by the UN. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar and China's Executive Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui will hold a new round of strategic dialogue in Beijing on February 22, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng.............

 
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