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 Faith personified: A painter giving final touch to the picture of Lord Shiva ahead of Mahashivratri Festival at Shivalya Temple in Jammu on Wednesday. Aman  

Mehbooba for time bound AoA implementation, Modi assures support
GJ Report
New Delhi, Feb 22: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, who is in the national capital, today called on the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi here this afternoon. She brought several issues confronting the State into the notice of the Prime Minister. The Chief Minister requested the Prime Minister for expediting the flood protection works and dredging in river Jhelum as envisioned in the Prime Minister's Development Plan.........................

Implement 'Ease of Doing Business' reform action plan: PM 
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 22: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi today held monthly video conference under Pro-active Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI) initiative, with Union Secretaries of various Ministries and Chief Secretaries of States. Chief Secretary J&K, B R Sharma also participated in the video conference. Prime Minister received detailed brief from Union Secretary, Department of Telecommunication regarding redress of grievances related to quality of.................

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215 Police Stations in J&K having only 7 women SHOs: RTI   

GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 22: In a state headed by first woman chief minister, only seven lady officers are heading police stations out of total 215 across the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Out of total 215 Police Stations spread across 22 civil districts (25 Police districts) in Jammu and Kashmir State, only 7 police stations are headed by female officers and rest of 208.....................


J&K Police warns cadres of action in case of bigamy 

Jammu, Feb 22: If you indulge in bigamy, you run the risk of losing increment of at least one year. This warning has been issued by Jammu and Kashmir Police to its cadres in a circular in the wake of increasing incidents of second marriages by the cops. As per the circular, it has been observed that conducting second marriage without adopting due procedure as laid down in the Government Employees Service Conduct Rules is.....................

Congress' dwindling popularity
Prof Hari Om
Jammu, Feb 22: Gone are the days when the local Congress leaders played an important role in their respective states and the central leadership supplemented their efforts. It was this perfect coordination and understanding between the local and central leadership that had kept the Congress alive and ticking and enabled it control power and pelf across the nation. This has become a story of the past. The Nehru-Gandhi family has rendered all.....................

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‘India to settle Human rights issues in J&K’
NEW DELHI, Feb 22: The issues of alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir should be settled by Indian institutions, The European Union said today, remarks that come against the backdrop of Pakistan's repeated attempts to internationalise it. It, however, chided India for blocking foreign funding to several NGOs. Chairperson of European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee David McAllister said the panel is working on a report.....................

LoC experineces comparative peace: Parrikar
NEW DELHI, Feb 22: Situation on the Line of Control (LoC) seems to be peaceful with less number of incidents being reported compared to the previous year, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said. "The incidents (on the LoC) have come down. The situation is peaceful. I am not saying 100 per cent peaceful but it can be termed as peaceful if we compare it with the scene in the last few months or even last year," Parrikar said in...............


Airports Authority of India launches SKYREV360 to offer comprehensive technical solutions
NEW DELHI, Feb 22: Airports Authority of India under its make in India initiative launched SKYREV360 with international civil aviation body, IATA that will offer comprehensive e-billing solution to data gathering, invoicing and collection providing additional revenue to AAI. AAI said it is looking beyond national boundaries and interests and is undertaking newer business initiatives by exploring global aviation markets for providing consultancy, construction....................

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Donald Trump’s immigration plans could impact 3 lakh Indian-Americans 
Washington, Feb 22: Nearly 300,000 Indian-Americans are likely to be impacted by the Trump administration’s sweeping plans that put the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation. President Donald Trump has laid the groundwork for potentially deporting millions of undocumented immigrants by issuing...............

India, Rwanda sign 3 agreements to boost bilateral relations
Kigali, Feb 22: India and Rwanda have signed three agreements during the visit of Vice President Hamid Ansari to boost bilateral relations that include establishment of an entrepreneurship development centre in Kigali. According to the Memorandum of Understandings signed between Rwanda and India, Rwanda Air will soon.............

Rules restricting Britons from bringing Indian spouses to UK upheld
London, Feb 22: Britain’s Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld immigration rules that restrict citizens from bringing Indian and other non-EU spouses to the country unless they have a minimum annual salary of £18,600, disappointing thousands of Indians and others. Nearly 15,000 children are said to be growing up in “Skype families”, in which one non-EU parent sees and interacts.............

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