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Play positive role to maintain peace, pursue the development agenda in J&K: CM to Youth
GJ Report

Srinagar, Mar 7: Asking youth to support the Government in realizing its political and developmental agenda, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said the present alliance in Jammu and Kashmir was stitched solely for the welfare of youth and getting the State out of its difficulties. Addressing a largely attended gathering of youth here today, the Chief Minister said the objective while forming the Government in the State was to ensure youth of the State a secure.....................

32 flats to be constructed on Auqaf land in Jammu 
GJ Report
Jammu, Mar 7: Minister of State for Hajj and Auqaf, PHE and PDD, Syed Farooq Ahmed Andrabi today reviewed the status of construction of flats on Auqaf land at Wazarat Road in Jammu and called upon the concerned to resolve the impediments confronting early execution of the project. The approval for construction of 32 two room flats at old Auqaf Sarai at Wazarat Road was given by the Wakaf Council in its 16th Board meeting and these flats would be constructed...................

 
 
 
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Section Officers, Head Asstts, Senior Asstts among 405 transferred, adjusted

GJ Report
Jammu, mar 7: Jammu and Kashmir High Court today ordered massive reshuffle in the judiciary and transferred 405 employees comprising Section Officers, head Assistants, Senior Assistants and Junior Assistants. In the interest of administration and consequent upon the promotions of Umar Hyat Khan and Aijaz Ahmad Wafai to..................

 

Guv conveys greetings on International Women's Day  

JAMMU, MAR 7: Governor N. N. Vohra has conveyed his greetings and good wishes on the occasion of International Women's Day which is being celebrated on March 8 across the world. The Governor noted that considering the theme of this year' International Women's Day - "Be Bold for Change"- all segments of our large population must come forth to launch a sustained campaign for celebrating women's achievements in all arenas.....................

BJP-PDP fore-go claim on funds for political reasons: Harsh
GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 7: Condemning repeated postponements of Urban Local Bodies elections in J&K during last few years, Chairman JKNPP, Harsh Dev Singh regretted that that the State has been deprived of thousand of crores of rupees for development of Municipal areas, which has been withheld by the Central Government due to failure of the State Government to constitute elected municipal bodies....................

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Rijiju dismisses charge that India is creating unrest in Pak
NEW DELHI, Mar 7: India is a victim of terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Union minister Kiren Rijiju today said and dismissed a Pakistani minister's charge that it was creating unrest in the neighbouring country. The Indian forces never indulge in unprovoked firing on anyone, he said. "Both India and Afghanistan believe in peace and are victims of terrorism emanating from Pakistan......................

Srinagar Airport second best in the world: Survey
New Delhi, Mar 7: AAI's continuous efforts to improve the services and passenger facilities at its airports have placed it amongst the best service provider in the world. AAI's two airports are ranked amongst the best airports in the category of 2 to 5 million passengers per annum across the world. Based on the results of the survey carried out by the Airports Council International (ACI), a global non-profit organization of Airport Operators on Airport Service................

 

UP ATS corners suspected terrorist in Lucknow; encounter underway
NEW DELHI, Mar 7: The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) cornered a suspected terrorist this afternoon in Lucknow's Thakurganj neighbourhood. The 'terrorist' is suspected to be one Saiful who was allegedly involved in the Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh train blast. "The operation is the result of the UP police receiving specific inputs regarding possible terror suspects in the state," Additional Director General of Police (Law and.....................

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Hamid Ansari urges countries to show zero tolerance towards 'State-sponsored terror'  
Jakarta, Mar 7: India on Tuesday pressed the countries sharing the Indian Ocean to show zero tolerance towards "State-sponsored terrorism" and isolate and impose "strong sanctions" on the perpetrators and financiers of the menace, in an apparent reference to Pakistan. Vice President Hamid Ansari, while addressing the..............

Russia denies Kiev's 'terrorism' claims at UN court 
Moscow, Mar 7: Russia hit back Tuesday at claims of "sponsoring terrorism" in war-torn eastern Ukraine, dismissing Kiev`s accusations it is breaking treaties by supporting pro-Moscow rebels as "neither factual nor legal". "The Russian Federation complies fully with its obligations under (the) treaties that are now relied upon by.............

Dalai Lama highly 'deceptive actor': China on his 'brain' comments
Beijing, Mar 7: China on Tuesday hit out at the Dalai Lama over his snide remarks that Chinese hardliners have parts of their brains missing, saying the Tibetan spiritual leader is a highly "deceptive actor". "Remarks of the Dalai Lama appeared to be funny and humorous but they are all lies and they are not facts," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told media here when asked..............

 
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