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 India never allows intolerance: President

Guwahati, Mar 31: President Pranab Mukher-jee today said intolerance has never been allowed in India and unity in diversity with mutual coexistence and understanding is the strength of the country.
Mukherjee said the mutual co-existence and understanding is the country's strength and managing this diversity its greatest power. "If it is said Indians are argumentative, I will agree. But if it is said Indians are intolerant, I refuse to agree. Intolerance has never been allowed," he said.
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Rajnath, Jaitley discuss militancy, youth protests in J&K
 New Delhi, Mar 31: Militancy and protests by locals at encounter sites in Jammu and Kashmir came up for intense discussions at a high-level meeting chaired by Home Minister Rajnath Singh and attended by Defence and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley besides others. During the hour-long meeting, top intelligence brass gave presentation on the prevailing situation in the state, which has seen spurt in militancy-related incidents in the past, and how to deal with it, official sources said.Protests by locals at encounter sites, radicalisation of youths are other key issues which were deliberated at the meeting, also attended ......................

 
 
 
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CM stresses on technology transfers in horticulture to boost produce    

GJ Report
SRINAGAR, MAR 31: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has stressed on more technology transfers in horticulture sector to boost the produce and increase the shelf life of fruit. Chairing an appraisal meeting regarding various technology interventions in vogue in horticulture sector around the world, the Chief Minister said with the adoption of new technologies and discoveries, the scale and scope of horticulture industry in the State could be increased by a great measure.  ...................

 

Zulfkar asks oil companies to distribute 2.10 lakh gas connections under PMUY      

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 31: Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Choudhary Zulfkar Ali today asked oil companies to achieve target of providing 2.10 lakh gas connections to women belonging to BPL (Below Poverty Line) category under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) by the end of this year. The Minister issued these instructions while chairing a review meeting of the Department and representatives of oil companies... . ......................

 Vaid presents Raffle Draw prizes to winners  
 GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 31: DGP Dr S P Vaid today distributed prizes of 28th Police Public Mela among winners. The ceremony was also attended by the Chairperson, Police Parivar, Bharti Vaid; ADGPs V K Singh, Dilbag Singh, L Mohanti and A K Choudhary; IsGP, Dr S D Singh, Alok Puri, S L Sharma, S K Gupta and J P Singh, DIsGP, Alok Kumar and A A Wani, AIG (Welfare), Rahul Malik, PWWA members and officers from PHQ.........................

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Manohar Parrikar thanks Digvijaya Singh for letting him become CM

NEW DELHI, Mar 31: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday thanked Congress leader Digvijaya Singh for failing to cobble together a majority in the state despite the party winning the largest number of assembly seats.  Parrikar made the remarks in the Rajya Sabha during Zero Hour.  "I express my thanks to the chairman, deputy chairman and members of this house for their support during my tenure as 'raksha mantri' (Defence Minister), and invite them to Goa whenever they want to come," Parrikar said.
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 In Gujarat, it will be life imprisonment for cow slaughter
AHMEDABAD, Mar 31: With the passing of the amendment Bill, Gujarat becomes the first State in the country to make cow slaughter punishable. The Gujarat Assembly on Friday passed The Gujarat Preservation (Amendment) Bill that seeks to award life term to those found guilty of cow slaughter in the State.
The amendment Bill passed on the last day of the budget session of the House also has stringen
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 Indian student attacked in Poland, Sushma seeks report
 NEW DELHI, Mar 31: An Indian student was reportedly beaten in Poland's Pozan city on Wednesday. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday sought a report on the issue from the Indian Ambassador in Poland. "I have just spoken to the Indian Ambassador in Poland and asked for a report," Sushma said in a tweet. Sushma was responding to a netizen,
 

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At least 50 dead, 100 wounded in Pakistan market blast
PESHAWAR, Mar 31: At least 50 people were killed and 100 wounded Friday when a car bomb tore through a market in a mainly Shiite area of Pakistan's tribal belt, officials said, in an attack claimed by the Taliban. Survivors described hiding inside shops after hearing a "huge bang" -- then stumbling through dust-choked air filled with the sound of screams, tripping over bodies as they searched for the wounded in the busy market . ...............

Trump predicts very difficult summit with Chinas Xi
Washington, Mar 31: President Donald Trump today predicted that his first summit with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping next week would be a "very difficult" one as the US can no longer afford job losses and massive trade deficits with the Communist trading giant. Given that the United States has a massive trade deficit with China, American companies must be prepared to look at other alternatives, Trump tweeted .,..  . ..........

Civilian casualties in Iraq, Syria undercut US victories
BAGHDAD, Mar 31: Islamic State group and al-Qaida-linked militants are quickly moving to drum up outrage over a sharp spike in civilian casualties said to have been caused by U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, posting photos online of a destroyed medical center and homes reduced to rubble. "This is how Trump... ...............

 
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