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STRENGTH OF UNITY : Nomads taking the cattle for grazing in a flock in city outskirts on Monday. Aman 

Govt College Principal lands into Vigilance net, arrested
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 27: Jammu and Kashmir State Vigilance Organisation today arrested Principal, of Government Degree College Reasi on corruption charges. The State Vigilance Organization today arrested Principal of Government Degree College Reasi, Prof Hemla Aggarwal in a corruption case, official spokesman here said. He said that earlier she was Principal Government College for Women Parade, Jammu. "On the basis of an enquiry conducted by Vigilance Organization to enquire into the allegations regarding.........................

Govt releases Rs 16.83 cr for payment of advertisement bills 
GJ Report
Srinagar, Feb 27: As a part of the Government's initiative to streamline the advertisement distribution process and ensure judicious allotment of advertisements to the empanelled newspapers/periodicals, Director Information, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary convened a review meeting at the office of the Joint Director Information Kashmir here today. Outgoing Joint Director Information Kashmir..................

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Karra slams PDP for persuing RSS agenda in J&K   

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Jammu, Feb 27: PDP rebel Tariq Hamid Karra today alleged that PDP led government in Jammu and Kashmir is fulfilling agenda of RSS in the state. "RSS is dictating terms and issuing directions to the PDP ruling government in the state and the party is fulfilling their (RSS) mission," Karra told reporters here this evening during his maiden visit to Jammu after joining the Congress party. PDP has.....................


Centre should start the process of political engagement in J&K:NC 

Srinagar, Feb 27: Opposition National Conference today asked the Centre to start a process of political engagement in Jammu and Kashmir with all sections of the society for a peaceful solution to the "vexed issue" of the state. "The Core Group of the National Conference reiterated its demand to the Central government that they immediately begin the process of political engagement with the state and its.....................

Govt appoints Ganai as CIC
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 27: Jammu and Kashmir Government today appointed former bureaucrat as new Chief Information Commissioner here. In exercise of the powers vested in him under the Jammu and Kashmir Right to Information Act, 2009 (Act No. VIII of 2009), Governor N N Vohra has appointed Khurshid A Ganai IAS (Retd) as the State Chief information Commissioner, official spokesman here said. He said that Ganai's appointment as Chief Information..................

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Modified pellet guns to be used in J&K: CRPF
NEW DELHI, Feb 27: With pellet guns leaving hundreds of protesters in Jammu and Kashmir with severe eye injuries, a modified version of the weapon will now be used to ward off any protest ahead or during any anti-militancy operations. CRPF Director General K Durga Prasad, who is retiring tomorrow, said the paramilitary force had taken the decision of modifying the pellet guns to minimise injuries. The modified version of pellet guns......................

57.36 pc turnout in phase-V of UP polls
Lucknow, Feb 27: An estimated 57.36 per cent of 1.81 crore electorate today cast their votes amid tight security during the fifth phase of polling in Uttar Pradesh with Amethi and Faizabad assembly seats remaining the centre of attention. The day-long poll process remained largely peaceful in 51 Assembly constituencies spread over 11 districts of the state. "57.36 per cent polling was recorded till 5 PM and the figure is likely to go up as several................


Won't let ISIS become a challenge for India: HM
New Delhi, Feb 27: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said we won't let ISIS become a challenge for India. "Won't let ISIS become challenge for India," Rajnath Singh said during a programme in New Delhi. The comments by Rajnath Singh on ISIS came a day after two suspected ISIS terrorists, who were allegedly planning to carry out serial blasts at some religious places in Gujarat in the next couple of days, were arrested by the state Anti-Terrorism Squad from Rajkot and Bhavnagar.....................

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Hundreds gather for peace, to celebrate Kansas victim's life 
Houston, Feb 27: Hundreds of people in Kansas City joined a peace march and prayer vigil, celebrating the life of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla cut short in a senseless triple shooting incident at a pub in an apparent hate crime. Marchers held pictures, banners and shouted, "We want peace"; "We love peace"; "Let us not...............

India should accept asymmetry with China: Chinese media
Beijing, Feb 27: India should acknowledge "asymmetry" in its ties with China and learn from Beijing how it took a "back seat" to maximise gains from bilateral ties with the US, state-run Chinese media said on Monday. "One lesson India may learn from China is be honest with oneself. Asymmetry in economic and geopolitical power is.............

Donald Trump to sign new travel order on Wednesday
Washington, Feb 27: US President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new refugee and immigration executive order on Wednesday, a day after addressing lawmakers at a joint session of Congress. That's according to a senior administration official. Trump initially planned to sign the new order last week, but spokesman Sean Spicer said the president was holding off "to make.............

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