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28th Police-Public Mela organised
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 26: Governor N. N. Vohra has lauded the Jammu and Kashmir Police for promoting welfare measures for Jawans and their families. The Governor was speaking at the inaugural function of Police Public Mela here today. Governor N. N. Vohra and the First Lady Mrs. Usha Vohra inaugurated the 28th Jammu & Kashmir Police Public Mela at Police Sports Stadium, Gulshan Ground here today. Mrs. Bharati Vaid, Chairperson, Jammu and Kashmir Police Wives Welfare Association, lady members of the Association, B.R Sharma, Chief.........................

Congress' blunders in J&K being set right by Modi Govt: Dr Jitendra 
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, FEB 26: Lashing out at former Home Minister P Chidambaram on his Kashmir remarks, Minister of State in PMO, Jitendra Singh today said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi was setting the blunders committed by the Congress party right regarding Jammu and Kashmir. "The Congress party and the colleagues of Chidambaram must be thankful to Modi Government which is trying its best to undo wrongs done by them..................

 
 
 
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Jammu-Srinagar highway opens to traffic   

SRINAGAR, FEB 26: Hundreds of vehicles, including those carrying passengers and trucks loaded with essentials, left Jammu this morning for the Kashmir valley as the 300-km-long Srinagar-Jammu highway was through for only one-way traffic. The historic Mughal Road remained closed while border town of Gurez, surrounded by Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), was cut off from the Valley due to accumulation of snow. "The Srinagar-Jammu national highway.....................

 

Geelani to head Tehreek-e-Hurriyat for one more year 

GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, FEB 26: Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani was today given one-year extension as chairman of his Tehreek-e-Hurriyat party. 87-year old Geelani has been serving as the head of the outfit since its formation in 2003 following a vertical split in Hurriyat Conference. The election to the party post was due in August last year but could not be conducted due to the unrest in Kashmir triggered by.....................

J&K: Congress was not like what it is today
Prof Hari Om
JAMMU, FEB 26: Notwithstanding the fact that Nehru-Gandhis complicated matters for the nation in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) by according it a special status on purely religious grounds in October 1947 and handed over the state power to the votaries of plebiscite in February 1975, it did take a few corrective measures also to rectify some of their mistakes and salvage the situation. Jawaharlal Nehru, who had transferred political power from Jammu to the Kashmir-based..................

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'Army will regain upper hand against terrorists in J&K'
NEW DELHI, Feb 26: The Indian Army has a major challenge in Jammu and Kashmir this year to bring down its casualties which saw a steep rise last year compared to previous years. Experts said that the changing tactics of the militants, which include attacks on military installations and provoking civilians during gun battles, pose new challenges. In the latest incident, three soldiers and a......................

Govt to hire 980 officers through CS exam, lowest in 5 years
NEW DELHI, FEB 26: The government will hire 980 officers to fill up vacancies in the prestigious IAS, IFS and IPS through civil services exam 2017, the lowest in the past five years. A total of 1,079 and 1,164 vacancies were reported to be filled through the civil services examinations 2016 and 2015, respectively. The results of last year's test are yet to be declared. 1,364 and 1,228 such vacancies were................

 

Flag march ahead of today’s phase 5 UP polls
LUCKNOW, FEB 26: Central forces on Sunday conducted flag march in sensitive areas close to the Terai region in Nepal's foothills which go to polls on Monday alongwith parts of eastern UP, with all eyes on the Nehru-Gandhi pocket borough Amethi. 51 Assembly constituencies spread across 11 districts, five of which border Nepal, will go to polls in the fifth phase. Prominent contestants in this phase include controversial minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati (SP), who will be facing Amita Singh....................

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Sarna meets Trump in Oval Office 
WASHINGTON, FEB 26: India's envoy to the US Navtej Sarna has met Donald Trump at the Oval Office of the White House here for the first time since the Republican leader's inauguration as the US President. Trump met all the new foreign ambassadors, including Sarna, yesterday and had individual photos with them. This was the first meeting of the top Indian diplomat with Trump after he was sworn in...............

Dozens dead in suicide attack in Syria's Homs
Beirut, Feb 25: A suicide assault on two security service bases in Syria's third city of Homs killed dozens of people, including a top intelligence chief, on Saturday, overshadowing peace talks in Geneva. Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate Fateh al-Sham Front claimed the spectacular attack which targeted and killed General Hassan Daabul, a close confidant of President Bashar al-Assad.............

Can Donald Trump protect us, asks wife of Indian engineer shot dead by American in Kansas
Houston, Feb 25: The grieving wife of the Indian engineer shot dead in an apparent hate crime by a navy veteran in Kansas City has demanded an answer from the US government what it would do to stop hate crimes against the minorities. Sunayana Dumala, wife of 32-year-old Srinivas Kuchibhotla who was killed by Adam Purinton at a city bar.............

 
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