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Mehbooba urges industrialists to invest in J&K 
Mumbai, Mar 17: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, who is here on a two day visit, met the captains of industry and discussed the developing opportunities of doing business in Jammu and Kashmir.

Influential, blue-eyed doctors rewarded with choicest postings
JAMMU, MAR 17: With number of doctors in the recent transfer list adjusted at the choicest postings, the favoritism and nepotism has turned health department into an industry of transfers .......

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Governor stresses for adopting Integrated Farming approach to boost agricultural production

JAMMU, MAR 17: Governor N N Vohra, Chancellor of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology-Jammu (SKUAST-J), inaugurated a two-day 'Kissan Mela' at Chatha Campus of the University today. This Mela has been organized on theme of 'Integrated Farming: Profitable and Sustainable Farming'.


Bias against Jammu in selections questionable: Harsh

JAMMU, MAR 17: Accusing Public Service Commission of persisting with policy of bias against educated youth of Jammu region in making selections, Chairman JKNPP, Harsh Dev Singh has charged it for administering yet another obnoxious doze of discrimination in the selection lists of AEs issued yesterday.......

World needs Science and Science needs Women: Priya Sethi
JAMMU, MAR 17: In this era of digitization, World needs Science to meet its ever-increasing requirements and Science needs involvement of women to flourish. This was stated by the Minister of State for Education and Tourism, Priya Sethi today, while speaking at the inaugural session of two-day workshop on 'Scientific Skill Development among Women' being organized by the Government College for Women, Gandhi Nagar in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Science, Technology & Innovation Council, Department of Science & Technology.


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Trivendra Singh Rawat, ex-RSS pracharak, to be CM of Uttarakhand
NEW DELHI, Mar 17: The BJP is learnt to have picked Trivendra Singh Rawat, a former RSS pracharak, as the new Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Sources said that while Rawat was informed last night, he will be formally elected by the party’s MLAs on Friday. The newly-elected BJP MLAs are scheduled to meet tomorrow. Besides the two central observers, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and BJP general secretary Saroj Pandey, the state’s election in-charge Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and BJP’s state in-charge Shyam Jaju will also attend the meeting.

President Pranab Mukherjee calls for guarding against majoritarianism
MUMBAI, Mar 17: President Pranab Mukherjee today stressed on the need to guard against "majoritarianism", saying those in power must take the entire nation along at all times.
"Consultation and consensus is the best and often the only way forward," he said while lauding the speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi after BJP scored landslide victories in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.


 HC chides man claiming to be Jaya's son;threatens to send him to jail
Chennai, Mar 17:The Madras High Court today reprimanded a man, who claimed to be the "secret son" of former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa, questioning the genuineness of documents submitted by him.

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Donald Trump, Germany's Angela Merkel hold meeting at White House
WASHINGTON, Mar 17: President Donald Trump welcomed German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the White House on Friday for a meeting that could help determine the future of the transatlantic alliance and shape the working relationship between two of the world's most powerful leaders.....

Suicide attacker targets Bangladesh elite forces camp
Dhaka, Mar 17: : A man blew himself up on Friday at a camp for Bangladesh`s elite security forces, wounding two others, in an apparent botched suicide attack. The incident came a day after a series of raids on suspected militant hideouts in the troubled country, which has suffered a series of Islamist attacks in recent years.

US Suspends Premium Processing Of H-1B Visa Applications Citing Huge Rush
WASHINGTON, Mar 17: The US on Friday said the premium processing of H-1B visas, popular among Indian IT firms and professionals, has been suspended temporarily to handle huge rush of applications for the work visas in the first week of April.........

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