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ENJOYING DELICACIES: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti sparing some moments during Red Cross Mela to enjoy the taste of 'Kachalu' and 'Paani Puri' in Jammu on Saturday. Aman   

Students protest against J&K BOSE for setting out of pattern paper
GJ Report
Jammu, Mar 4: Hundreds of students today protested against the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education for setting out of pattern paper of physics subject here. Shouting slogans against the Board authorities, thousands of students this morning protested outside the Board demanding re-conduct of the examination or the grace marks. The students later marched towards B C Road and blocked the traffic demanding.....................

Stage set for CCI Jammu polls today 
GJ Report
Jammu, Feb 4: Stage has been set to elect new office-bearers of Chamber of Commerce and Industries (CCI), Jammu for which 13 candidates are in the fray for various posts, the elections for which are scheduled to be held tomorrow. The counting would start the same evening. According to the constitution of the CCI the election of office-bearers is to be held after every two years. A request was also made to Election Commission for use of EVMs in Chamber elections, which was declined. Sitting incumbent Rakesh Gupta and Arun Gupta are contesting for the post of President. Arun Gupta is presently General..................

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Red Cross is emblem of humanity: Mehbooba

GJ Report
Jammu, Mar 4: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today termed Red Cross as emblem of humanity and recalled the role of the organisation in providing humanitarian aid and assistance across the globe during extreme situations of war, famine, floods and other natural or man-made disturbances. "Red Cross movement as a reflex action for aid and assistance and the organization......................


Research Officer appointed through proper selection process on merit: SKICC 

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Srinagar, Mar 4: The SKICC management today made it clear that Anees-ul-Islam has been appointed as Research Officer in the said organization purely on the basis of merit and the CID wing of the J&K Police has also given satisfactory/non-involvement report in favor of the selected candidate. Responding to the media reports in this regard, Director.....................

Cong condemns 'backdoor appointment' of Geelani's grandson
JAMMU: Congress today lashed out at the coalition government for the alleged backdoor appointments, favouritism and nepotism in the government jobs. Taking strong exception to the reports of backdoor assignment by the State government to the grandson of a separatist leader thus favouring him with a lucrative job, JKPCC said that such favouritism, nepotism and backdoor appointments in various departments has led to great resentment amongst the...................

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Alienating Kashmiris will help Pak take advantage of situation: Sinha
New Delhi, Mar 4: Alienating Kashmiris by not solving their issues would only lead to Pakistan taking advantage of the situation, former external affairs minister Yashwant Sinha said here today. "The road to Islamabad is via Srinagar and not the other way around. It is not to Srinagar via Islamabad," Sinha said at a book release function where he was the chief guest. "I have been involved......................

Punjab, J&K sign fresh agreement on Shahpur Kandi Dam project
Chandigarh, Mar 4: Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir have reached an agreement to resolve various pending issues relating to Shahpur Kandi Dam Project, proposed to be built downstream Ranjit Sagar Dam (Thein Dam) on river Ravi. Stating this here today, a State Government spokes-person said the Secretary level agreement was facilitated by the Union Ministry of Water Resources,................


Granddaughter of Karan Singh ties nuptial knot in 'Regal' way
NEW DELHI, Mar 4: The who's who of royalty showered their blessings on Nirvan Singh, grandson of Captain Amarinder Singh and Maharani Preneet Kaur, as he tied the royal nuptial knot with Mriganka Singh, granddaughter of MP and member of the Jammu and Kashmir princely family Dr Karan Singh, in the majestic backdrop of Lutyen's Delhi today. The young couple was joined in matrimony through the Sikh Anand Karaj rituals in.....................

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Amid firestorm, Trump appears to waiver on Russia deal 
WASHINGTON, Mar 4: Facing a new wave of questions about his ties to Russia, President Donald Trump is telling advisers and allies that he may shelve — at least temporarily — his plan to pursue a deal with Moscow on the Islamic State group and other national security matters, according to administration officials and Western diplomats..............

India, China should be sensitive to each other’s concerns: Official 
Beijing, Mar 4: Terming relations between China and India as “pretty close”, a top Chinese official said on Saturday the two countries should be “more sensitive” to each other’s concerns to address their differences over key issues. “China-India relations have been advancing pretty rapidly,” Fu Ying, spokesperson of the.............

Mexico launches nationwide effort in US to help migrants
MExico, Mar 4: Not only is the Mexican government not building a wall; it’s spending $50 million to beef up its legal aid to migrants who fear deportation, a response to President Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration. All 50 Mexican consulates in the U.S. on Friday launched legal assistance centers to form partnerships with nonprofit groups and tap lawyers..............

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