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First make your children stone-pelters: Jitendra to separatists

UDHAMPUR, Apr 1: Lashing out at the separatists, Union minister Jitendra Singh today said whether they were ready to make their children stone-pelters for their "cause". Attacking the separatist leaders for giving a strike call tomorrow during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the Chenani-Nashri tunnel, he said it has become a "fashion" for them to give such calls.

 Iran offers to mediate between Pak,  India on Kashmir
Islamabad, Apr 1: Iran has said it is willing to mediate between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue if requested as any conflict between the two nations will impact upon the economies of other countries in the region. Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost said his country was ready to use its special influence and relations with Pakistan and India to mediate on the Kashmir issue and help bring sustainable peace in the region, the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) reported."Iranian government has announced its readiness for any support, for any hope of peace and tranquility in the region," Honardoost was quoted as saying by the APP.  ......................

 
 
 
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Chief Minister meets Governor    

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, APR 1: Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met the Governor N N Vohra at the Raj Bhavan here today.
The Chief Minister and the Governor discussed issues relating to the maintenance of internal security, time bound implementation of important development projects and elections to rural and urban local bodies.
The Governor also spoke to Mufti about the need to fill up the existing as well as upcoming vacancies in the State level Statutory Commissions urgently after the Parliamentary Bye-elections are concluded. ...................

 

Weapon Snatching in Jammu: DGP rewards cop      

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, APR 1: Director General of Police (DGP), Dr S P Vaid today felicitated the Selection Grade Constable, Rajesh Kumar of J&K Security Wing for his courage and presence of mind while capturing the assailant Masroor Ahmad Naik involved in weapon snatching from a police official in Jammu on March 23. The incident took place late evening at Tawi bridge near Mandir-Masjid Point, when the assailant alongwith his two associates, assaulted and injured a police constable Mohammad Hanief and snatched his service rifle.... . ......................

 EJM College delegation calls on CEC   
 GJ REPORT
LEH, APR 1: The student representatives of Elizer Joldan Memorial (EJM) College Leh led by Principal Dr G S Rakwal today called on the Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Leh Dr Sonam Dawa Lonpo and apprised him of the problems being faced by the students due to delay in exams and declaration of results. Other issues raised by the students included timely conduct of exams for reappear students and timely declaration of Re-evaluation result The CEC listened the problems patiently and..........................

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India-Malaysia agree to strengthen strategic partnership: Modi

New Delhi, Apr 1: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Malaysian PM Najib Razak issued a joint statement on Saturday in New Delhi after bilateral meeting. PM Modi while addressing media said it was great pleasure to welcome Malaysian PM. Modi said Malaysian PM's contributions have been instrumental in forging wide ranging strategic partnership with India. India and Malaysia signed seven agreements and memorandum of understandings during the state visit of PM Najob Razak. Modi said to media that, "We have built a thriving economic partnership. Infra has been
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 Akhilesh insulted me, which led to SP’s defeat: Mulayam Singh
Mainpuri, Apr 1: In a public outburst against Akhilesh Yadav, Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday said his son had insulted him and the voters understood that “one who is not loyal to his father, cannot be loyal to anyone” which led to the party’s poll debacle. He also said that a final view on floating a new party is yet to be taken. Mulayam laid bare his anger for the first time after the SP’s defeat in

 

 Be argumentative, not intolerant: President to IIM Calcutta students
KOLKATA, Apr 1: President Pranab Mukherjee today put a premium on debate and discussions, exhorting the student community to be argumentative, but not intolerant. He was speaking at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta. Referring to first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, as the one who built modern India, President Mukherjee said he had helped build an atmosphere of free debate and discussions and not conflict and confrontation. "As Amartya Sen had said, an Indian
 

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Protesters burn Paraguay parliament over constitutional reform bill
ASUNCION, Apr 1: Furious protesters stormed Paraguay's legislature, ransacked lawmakers' offices and set fires after senators approved a law allowing the country's president to be re-elected. The unrest late on Friday left about 30 people injured, including three lawmakers, according to firefighters and an opposition senator. Right-wing President Horacio Cartes is seeking to reform the constitution to let him run for office again in an election in 2018 after his current term ends... ...............

Called "dictator," Venezuela leader tries to defuse court protests
WASHINGTON, Apr 1: Seeking to cool protests and international outrage, socialist Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday the Supreme Court would review its move to annul the opposition-led congress, which critics decried as a lurch toward dictatorship. "This controversy is over ... the constitution has won," Maduro said in a televised speech just after midnight..,..  . ..........

Terror outfits' new laptop bombs may evade airport security
WASHINGTON, Apr 1: The ISIS and al-Qaida terror groups, developing a bomb small enough to fit in a laptop that could get past airport scanners, may have prompted the US and the UK to ban air travellers from eight Muslim-majority nations from carrying large electronic devices onboard , media reports have said. According to new intelligence, the terror groups have been testing the new bomb on airport scanners they have obtained. ... ...............

 
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