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TAWISHI IN MOOD: Water level on Thursday increased in river tawi due to heavy rains in higher reaches. . .  .....    Aman      

5 jawans buried under avalanche, 3 civilians died

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Jammu, Apr 6: Five soldiers got buried alive under avalanche out of which two rescued while three people including a woman died, national highway remained closed for the second consecutive day and alert sounded across the state of Jammu and Kashmir in view of harsh weather conditions as western disturbance hit the state on April 4. Five soldiers were trapped at an Army post after multiple avalanches hit Batalik sector in Ladakh.

Stop selling our blood for your chair: Farooq to PDP
Srinagar, Apr 6: National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah today said PDP had left no stone unturned to sell the blood of innocent Kashmiris for its own ruthless political ambitions.  Addressing party workers and supporters at a convention in Ganderbal, Dr Abdullah said history would remember PDP as an extension of RSS in Kashmir. "These people who came to power on the promise of stopping the march of BJP from conquering Kashmir went on to sell their conscience to the same BJP. For the temptation of power, PDP has sold our honour and our dignity and has done so without an iota of shame or regret. What we saw in 2016 was an expression of anger and resentment against PDP and those forces that covertly supported PDP in the 2014

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JKEEGA deputation calls on Dy CM  

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, MAR 6: A deputation of Jammu and Kashmir Electrical Engineering Graduate Association called on the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh here today.
The deputationists projected several issues mainly pertaining to their service matters. The Deputy Chief Minister assured them that their problems would be redressed at an earliest. He further asked them to discharge their duties with utmost dedication, so that the development initiatives being undertaken by the Government are implemented fully within the stipulated time lines.  ...................

 

Ganga underlines students' role in eradication of drug abuse

GJ REPORT
SAMBA, APR 6: Minister for Industries and Commerce, Chander Parkash Ganga today emphasized upon the role of students in addressing proliferation of drug abuse among youth, adding that student community must be resolute to initiate a united fight against the menace. The Minister said this while addressing a function organized by Rotary Club at Brig Rajinder Singh Higher Secondary School (BRSHSS), Raya Suchani, during which the organization donated 100 desks to the institution under 'Rotary India Literacy Mission'. ..... . ......................

RSS more dangerous than Hitler's nazism: Karra
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SRINAGAR, APR 6: Terming RSS more dangerous than Hitler's nazism, Senior Congress leader, Tariq Hameed Karra on Wednesday appealed to people, especially youth, for supporting him to stop PDP facilitated RSS march to Valley.  While addressing a gathering of party workers from Srinagar Parliamentary constituency, Karra clarified that today's vote is not in favour of Dr. Farooq Abdullah or Ghulam Ahmad Mir, but is a referendum against PDP-BJP's 'unholy' alliance. The former MP said that safeguarding his religion and nation from anti-muslim aggression of anti-muslim forces is his top most priority, which compelled him     , .......................

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Gaikwad ban: Sena threatens to skip PM's dinner

NEw Delhi, Apr 6: Hours after gheraoing and heckling aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju in Lok Sabha, the Shiv Sena on Thursday warned the government that unless airlines' lift the ban on its MP Ravindra Gaikwad it will not attend the NDA dinner at the Prime Minister's residence next Monday. It has also reportedly threatened that airlines will not be allowed to fly out of Mumbai , its stronghold and India's biggest aviation hub after Delhi. The government is now trying to find a middle path so that Gaikwad flies again while it is not seen to be giving in to the strong arm tactics of the Sena. While an apology will be the prefect fig leaf.
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Three alleged cow vigilantes sent to a day's police remand
Jaipur, Apr 6: Three men arrested in connection with the death of a Muslim man who was beaten up by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan's Alwar district were sent to a day's police custody by a court today. We had produced the accused including Vipin Yadav (19), Ravindra Yadav (30) of Behror and Kalu Ram (44) of Ratanpura at a local court from which has sent them on a day's police remand, Alwar SP Rahul Prakash told PTI. He said that other teams have been sent on a hunt for the other accused.

 

SC reserves order on plea against BJP leaders

NEW DELHI, Apr 6: The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its order on CBI's petition seeking restoration of conspiracy charges against senior BJP leaders including L K Advani, M M Joshi and Uma Bharti in the Babri Masjid demolition case. The apex court will also decide whether the trial of the VVIP accused can be transferred from a court in Rae Bareli to Lucknow. There were two sets of cases relating the demolition of the disputed structure on December 6, 1992. The first involved unnamed 'karsevaks', the trial in which is taking place in a Lucknow court in Lucknow, while the second set of cases relates to the VVIPs in a Rae Bareli court. A bench comprising Justices P C Ghose and R F Nariman also indicated that they may order

 

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Turkey says chemical weapons used in Syria attack k

ANKARA, Apr 6: Turkey said today the autopsies of three Syrians killed in an attack in rebel-held northwestern Syria confirmed that chemical weapons had been used by President Bashar al-Assad's regime, state media reported.  "Autopsies were carried out on three of the bodies after they were brought from Idlib. The results of the autopsy confirms that chemical weapons were used," Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said, quoted by state-run Anadolu news agency. "This scientific investigation . .. ...............

Nikki Haley gets heckled at global women summit in New York

NEW YORK, Apr 6: Nikki Haley, the tough-talking and blunt US Ambassador to the UN, was heckled during an annual summit on women in New York as she spoke about President Donald Trump and Russia. Ms Haley was talking during the 'Women in the World Summit', an annual gathering of influential women leaders, politicians and activists organised by Tina Brown in association with the New York Times. As she was answering questions during a session, 'Trump's Diplomat: Nikki Haley',  ..........

Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims
YANGON, Apr 6: Aung San Suu Kyi has denied security forces have carried out ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, speaking to the BBC after the UN rights council agreed to investigate allegations of rape, murder and torture against the army. Rights groups say hundreds of the stateless group were killed in a months-long army crackdown following deadly attacks on Myanmar border police posts.Almost 75,000 Rohingya have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh where they have related grisly accounts of army abuse.
 

 
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