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Celebrating World Water Day:  Let’s take a pledge to save water and stop wasting it.....    Aman      

'Only Modi can heal J&K's wounds’
SRINAGAR, Mar 21: Prime Minister Narendra Modi can take bold steps like resuming talks with Pakistan and is better for Jammu and Kashmir than his predecessor Manmohan Singh who could not even visit his ancestral home there, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today. ....................

Maximum Kashmiri youths joined militancy in 2016: Govt
NEW DELHI, Mar 21: A total of 88 Kashmiri youths joined militancy in 2016, the highest in last six years, the Centre has said, adding that infiltration almost tripled last year as compared to 2015.
It, however, said the situation in Jammu and Kashmir has "improved to a large extent" in the current year......................

 
 
 
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Governor participates in celebration of "World Consumer Rights Day"

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 21: Governor N N Vohra participated in the "World Consumer Rights Day" celebration which was organized by the Department of Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs and Legal Metrology, here today.
Governor emphasized the need for sustained attention being given to all issues concerning consumer protection and safeguarding the welfare of the consumer. He noted that the existing statute and the upcoming new Central law would need to be effectively applied to protect the rights of the consumers...................

 

DGP for use of latest technology during recruitment of Constables  

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 21: Director General of Police (DGP), Dr S P Vaid has said that the use of latest gadgets and technology during the ongoing recruitment of Constables in JKP is yielding good results and the aspirants have shown their faith upon the recruiting agency. Dr Vaid was supervising recruitment process at Gulshan Ground here today.. ......................

Terrorism has no religion: Dy CM
 GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 21: Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today said terrorism has no religion and the people involved in carrying out heinous crimes against humanity need to be condemned by every section of the society. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking after inaugurating a relief camp organized by the Hind Samachar group of newspapers in association with the Lions Club Jammu at Maralia, Miran Sahib here today. Around 500 needy persons were handed-over relief items on the occasion......................

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 Sahayaks in army not to be employed for menial tasks: Govt
NEW DELHI, Mar 21: The Sahayaks in the Army are combatants and exhaustive instructions were issued to not employ them for menial tasks which are not in conformity with dignity of a soldier, the government told the Rajya Sabha today.  The assertion by the government comes in the backdrop of raging controversy over use of 'Sahayaks' or helpers -- by some Army officers as their servants.... .....................

In Lok Sabha, Yogi Adityanath takes a dig at Rahul-Akhilesh partnership
NEW DELHI, Mar 21: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath today took a dig at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav, whose alliance+ the BJP defeated+ by a handsome margin in the state assembly election.
"I'm one year younger than Rahul ji and an year older than Akhilesh ji. The fact that I could come in between their partnership may be the reason for your (SP-Congress alliance) failure," Adityanath jibed.. ..................

 

Delhi police slams reports stating Najeeb was browsing info about IS
NEW DELHI, Mar 21: The Delhi Police on Tuesday rubbished media reports stating that missing Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student Najeeb Ahmad was browsing information about the Islamic State in his laptop prior to his disappearance and said that they did not find anything in this regard during their investigation. Delhi Police spokesperson Dependra Pathak told the media that Najeeb's association with the ISIS has not come up during the investigation.

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Omitting Sikhism from Pak census ‘shocking’, rectify mistake, says Imran  
Islamabad, Mar 21: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has expressed shock over the omission of Sikhism from Pakistan’s national census and called for rectifying the “mistake”.
“Shocking to know that the Sikh religion has not been included in the religion column of the census forms. This omission must be rectified,” the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief tweeted. Sikhs are a small minority in Pakistan but their exclusion from the census has been criticised by the civil society and Sikh community leaders. ...............

Taiwan launches submarine project in face of China threat
Taiwan, Mar 21: Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen launched the island's first ever home-grown submarine project on Tuesday in the face of what the government says are growing military threats from China. The move comes after China sent its only aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, through the Taiwan Strait in January, in one of a number of military drills held as relations deteriorate. .
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 Trump nominates Indian-American Amul Thapar to top judicial post
Washington, Mar 21: Amul Thapar, an Indian-American legal luminary, has been nominated by US President Donald Trump to a key judicial position on the powerful US court of appeals.
Thapar, 47, who in 2007 became the first South Asian Article III judge when he was appointed as a US District Judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky, is the first Indian-American to be nominated by Trump for the top judicial post on Monday................

 
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