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 Jammu to have Amusement Park soon
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Jammu, Mar 1: In a bid to woo tourists in this winter capital of the state, Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department is soon going to set up multi crore amusement park here. "Amusement Park is soon going to be set up in Jammu and the project will be established near Golf Course at Sidhra on city outskirts here," Farooq Ahmed Shah, Secretary, J&K Tourism here told Greater Jammu at the sidelines of a meeting of Hotel and Restaurant Association of Northern India.........................

Arms, ammn recovered from truck returning from PoK 
SRINAGAR, mar 1: Police foiled an attempt to smuggle in arms and ammunition from Pakistan-occupied- Kashmir (PoK) in a truck in Uri sector in north Kashmir district of Baramulla, official sources said. They said police established a naka in Uri on a tip-off that some arms and ammunition were being smuggled in from PoK in a truck which had gone there with goods as a part of Cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade. During the checking of a particular truck after returning from PoK, police recovered arms and ammunition..................

 
 
 
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JK panel for ending 'illegal possession' of State guest houses

JAMMU, Mar 1: A Legislative Council panel has asked the Jammu and Kashmir Government to take measures for proper upkeep and retrieval of the assets of State guest houses across the country. An official spokesman said, the Departmental Related Standing Committee of Legislative Council reviewed the status of assets and facilities available at the Government guest houses in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh.....................

 

Use technology to put check on hi-tech criminals: DGP tells officers 

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Jammu, Mar 1: Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dr S P Vaid today asked officers to use technology to put check on hi-tech criminals indulging into crimes. "The agencies have to adopt the new technology to improve on their efficiencies and to strengthen investigation methods," Dr Vaid said while reviewing the functioning of.....................

Schools reopen in Kashmir after 8 months
Srinagar, Mar 1: Schools reopened in Kashmir today after about 8 months, which included the period of unrest last summer triggered by the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani. Despite rainfall which brought down the temperature, students made their way to schools to resume the learning process which was severely affected during the last academic session. The students were happy to reunite with their classmates after so long and wished that there are no further disruptions to their studies...................

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Debate is whether BJP will get 2/3rd or 3/4th majority: PM
Deoria (UP), Mar 1: Sounding highly confident of the outcome of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in favour of BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the debate is now whether BJP will get two-third or three-fourth majority. "Never have elections gone one way like this... there had been no dearth in enthusiasm of voters in all the five phases... the question is not who will......................

Pak created terror outfits, now 'monster' devouring it: India
GENEVA/NEW DELHI, Mar 1: Pakistan created terror outfits against India and the "monster" is now devouring its own creator, India's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva said today. Addressing the 34th Session of the Human Rights Council (HRC), Ambassador Ajit Kumar hit out at Pakistan for destabilising the situation in Jammu and Kashmir by promoting................

 

LPG rate hiked by steep Rs 86
NEW DELHI: The price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was hiked by a steep R 86 per cylinder today, reflecting international trends. Non-subsidised LPG, bought by those who have either given up their subsidies or exhausted the quota of 12 bottles of 14.2-kg in a year at below market price, will now cost s 737.50. It was priced at s 651.50 per 14.2-kg cylinder till yesterday, according to state-owned oil companies. The hike, steepest in the history, comes on back of Rs 66.5 per cylinder increase.....................

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Know how Donald Trump's merit-based immigration proposal could benefit Indians 
New York, Mar 1: US President Donald Trump`s proposal for a merit-based immigration system has the potential to benefit Indians, a large number of whom have high levels of education and skills. But this will ultimately depend on the finer details of how the proposal is implemented. In his State of the Union Address to a joint...............

Iran, Turkey presidents meet to defuse tensions
Dubai, Mar 1: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Turkey`s President Tayyip Erdogan agreed on Wednesday to improve ties, including in the fight against terrorism, Iran`s state news agency IRNA said, following some angry exchanges between the regional rivals. Tehran and Ankara support opposite sides in the conflict in Syria.............

Re-investigate 26/11 case; put Hafiz Saeed on trial, India tells Pakistan
Lahore, Mar 1: India has asked Pakistan to re-investigate the 2008 Mumbai terror attack case and put on trial Jammat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed who is currently under house arrest in Lahore under the anti-terrorism law. India has made a fresh demand in a?reply to Pakistan's request to send 24 Indian witnesses to record their statements in the case, an interior ministry official told PTI today..............

 
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