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No compromise on J&K’s integrity: Madhav
NEW DELHI, July 6 (Agencies): On the birth anniversary of Jan Sangh founder Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the BJP today said the coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir will not compromise with his ideology of an integrated state and will never support separatist forces. Paying tributes to Mookerjee, BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav also said that the Centre is planning some major steps for the development of Jammu and Kashmir. “Many a times doub...
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Beig doubtful about Rs 9000-Cr liability
‘Mufti has to be wary of dream merchants, Birbals’
SRINAGAR, July 6: Claiming that chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is in a difficult situation, senior PDP leader and Parliament Member Muzzafar Hussain Beig said that he hopes that the government in Jammu and Kashmir lasts long successfully. But it is better to last less than long, if it is not successful and fails the people. Taking a jibe some ministers in the coalition government, Beig said some of ministers in coalition have become arrog...
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BJP has great regard for CM: Dorje
‘Nobody can overrule Mufti’: BJP Minister
SRINAGAR, July 6: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) Monday said that not a single member or Minister from the party has been overruling Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed. Castigating National Conference for blowing a minor issue out of proportion, BJP legislator and Cooperative Minister with Independent Charge, Chering Dorje said that Chief Minister is an institution himelf and every member from the Coalition parties particularly BJP has great reg...
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‘J&K can demand anything from Centre’
P L Uniyal
NEW DELHI, Jul 6: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) general secretary Ram Madhav on Monday said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir feel that they were an inseparable part of India, adding that the central government was planning major steps to develop the state. "Why have we taken interest in Jammu and Kashmir? Because people of Jammu, people of Ladakh and majority of section in Kashmir Valley feel that they are part of India. Whatever leaders mig...
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BJP ministers come riding cars fitted with ‘Do Nishan’
JAMMU, Jul 6: In an irony of sorts on Monday when BJP leaders and party ministers arrived here at the new building of the state BJP headquarters in Trikuta Nagar to participate in the function related to 114th birth anniversary of Dr Shyama Prasad Mookherjee, they came riding their official cars fitted with both the state flag and the national flag. Mookherjee was the proponent of “Ek Nishan, Ek Vidhan, Ek Pradhan” theory around which BJP’s cor...
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PDP reacts to Cong’s offer of support
‘Cong desperate without power in J&K’
SRINAGAR, July 6: Accusing the state Congress of enacting a drama by offering support to PDP, senior party leader Abid Ansari Monday said four months aren’t enough to judge the performance of any government. Ansari termed the new government in the state as the new beginning for the downtrodden and destitute, saying to mitigate peoples’ woes is the biggest priority for this dispensation. “It is a mere drama wherein the chief minister Mufti Moha...
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HC issues notice to CS, 8 nominated MLCs
JAMMU, July 6 (JNF): In Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking declaration of nominations of eight Members Legislative Council (MLCs) as illegal null and void Division Bench of State High Court issued notice to Chief Secretary, Commissioner-Secretary GAD, Principal Secretary to Governor, Secretary to Government, Department of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, J&K Government, Secretary Legislative Council, Zaffar Iqbal Manhas, Ashok Khaj...
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No let up in truce violations, 6 BSF posts targeted on IB
JAMMU, July 6: With no let up in ceasefire violations, Pakistani troops resorted to night-long firing and mortar shelling targeting six Border out Posts (BoPs) along Indo-Pak border in Jammu district, forcing BSF to retaliate effectively. "Pakistani Rangers resorted to firing and mortar shelling targeting six BoPs along International Border (IB) in Arnia sector of Jammu district throughout the night,” a BSF officer said here. They used small ar...
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2100 Amarnath pilgrims leave Jammu
JAMMU, July 6: Another batch of over 2,100 Amarnath pilgrims left here on Monday for the Himalayan cave shrine in the Kashmir Valley as heavy rain lashed the over-300 km long Jammu-Srinagar national highway. "Another batch of 2,128 yatris left the Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas here today (Monday) morning for the Valley. It includes 399 females, 20 children and 135 sadhus," a senior police officer said. "The yatris left in 12 vehicles in an esco...
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J&K govt to formulate new Advt policy
SRINAGAR, Jul 6: Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to formulate a new advertisement policy to replace the existing policy which was promulgated some two decades back. The new advertisement policy would cover the electronic and new media including news portals. The Empanelment Committee constituted vide Government Order No: 17-ID of 2015 dated: 26-06-2015 would oversee the formulation of the new advertisement policy, before the same is pl...
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Nowshera acid attack case
Examination of witness conducted partly
SRINAGAR, July 6: A city court today conducted examination of Amanullah, a prosecution witness who in Nowshera acid attack case had ferried the victim girl to the hospital. The next date of hearing in the matter has been fixed for July 22. Sources in the prosecution said that Amanullah a student who was partly heard by the court today had taken the victim girl to the hospital after the attackers threw acid on her face near Nowshera on the outsk...
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Valley likely to get breather from heat wave
MeT department predicts rainfall
SRINAGAR, July 6: MeT department has predicted light to moderate rainfall in valley and Jammu region from Tuesday evening. For past couple of days mercury has been soaring up across the valley resulting in a scorching heat wave. According to state meteorological department valley witnessed the hottest day of this summer season so far on July 5. The maximum temperature recorded in summer capital Srinagar on Sunday July 5 was 33.6 degrees. A ...
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Tragedy averted
Fire in Super Specialty hospital creates chaos
JAMMU, Jul 6: Patients admitted in the Super Specialty Hospital in Jammu Monday evening had a close shave after fire broke out inside battery room on the first floor of the multi-storeyed building. Soon after the fire broke out thick blanket of smoke covered the CT scan room and threatened the safety of the patients admitted in the nearby wards on the floor. Acting swiftly the hospital staff rushed the patients admitted in the nearby wards t...
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Pak desperate to disrupt Amarnath Yatra: Nirmal
JAMMU, Jul 6: Asserting that the recent incidents of ceasefire violations were aimed at facilitating infiltration from across the border, J&K Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh today said that Pakistan was desperately trying to disrupt the annual Amarnath Yatra in the state. On account of differences within the coalition, he said the day BJP would feel it was difficult for the party to continue, it would not spare a moment to pull out of the go...
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Cartoon Corner
‘Puraane Khiladi’ staged at Natrang
JAMMU, July 5: Natrang today presented a hilarious performance of a new Hindi Play ‘Puraane Khiladi’ which has been written by Daya Prakash Sinha and directed by Neeraj Kant. The plot of the play carried an instinctive humor in it which made the audience tickle with laughter many times during the performance. The play revolves around one ‘Lala Chadami Lal’ who has married for the fourth time as three of his wives have expired one after another....
> BJP trying to shore up image through Amarnath Yatra
> SCDRC empowered to order probe, if forged document is filed: HC
> AIIMS CC warn of revolt if promises not fulfilled
> Another body recovered at Saddal
> PIL on sanction in corruption cases: HC grants time to GAD for filing status report
Governor invites Civil Services qualifiers to Raj Bhavan
SRINAGAR, Jul 6: Governor N N Vohra Monday congratulated the bright young boys and girls from J&K who qualified the prestigious All India Civil Services competition, the results of which were announced on Saturday. The Raj Bhavan spokesperson said that the Governor was hosting the qualifiers to a reception at the Raj Bhavan on July 24, 2015. In a congratulatory message, the Governor conveyed to the successful candidates his appreciation for th...
> Not AFSPA, Mufti responsible for HR abuses: Kamal
> Rajnath meets guv
> Waheed appointed Political Analyst
> Govt cancels of appointments of AAG, Govt Advocates
> In democracy elected representatives have to take final call on issues: Beg
Misplaced conceptions
The decision of the BJP government in Maharashtra to derecognize all the Madrasas and all other institutions imparting Vedic education, if they are teaching formal education including science has predictably created a controversy which could be avoided. It expresses the bias of the right wing group of people ruling the roost in the government against the religious minorities in Maharashtra because this decision has come close on the heels of ban...
> The Dulat bombshell
> An accused transforms into 'whistle-blower' - By Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal
> Need for an urban vision
> Radicalization in J&K
> Peanuts for elephantine disaster
Party with a difference
By Badri Raina
Silence clearly seems an integral part of Narendra Modi's famed eloquence. And have you noticed that his trumpeted claim to accountability never seems to include any interaction with the media whatsoever. So much for the Fourth Estate which is for the most part expected to take that hint and do the needful. Same with such things as the Right to Information: only the other day the Ministry of External Affairs has refused to entertain RTI queries ...
> Butterfly in a caterpillar..! - By Robert Clements
> India's fading regional influence: Falling between two stools - By Praful Bidwai
> Economic justice, not corporate profits - By Anne Schoenstein
> Do not hesitate..! - By Robert Clements
> In Indira Gandhi's footsteps - By Aijaz Zaka Syed
Corner NDA in Parliament for misconduct of Ministers
By Brij Bhardwaj
The improprieties on the part of Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundra Raje has been established in their dealings with former IPL boss under investigation by Enforcement Directorate of Government of India and there is also a whiff of corruption. But this alone cannot be the basis for launching a campaign to bring down the one year old Modi Government or enough to revive the fortunes of the Congress Party. It shou...
> War of words over Lalit Modi hurts BJP image - By Lalit Sethi
> Don't copy west, look away! - By Shivaji Sarkar
> The other side of Gujarat carnage - By Abdul Majid Zargar
> Monsoon session could be a washout - By Kalyani Shankar
> Dealing with the 'officially' corrupt - By Sameer Bhasin
SC monitored CBI enquiry in Vyapam scam
Dear Editor, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister has been continuously avoiding pleadings for a Supreme Court monitored CBI enquiry into infamous Vyapam scam having till now taken 45 unnatural and mysterious deaths during the course of enquiry by a Special Investigating Team (SIT) with more and more being added now including even of a young journalist Akshay Singh having gone to Jhabua (MP) for the investigating news-story on the big scam involving h...
> Controversies and tribute
> VVIP racism at Air India flights
> Car-accident of Hema Malini
> Hike in pay and allowances of Parliamentarians?
> Wrong decision of previous govt over tourist resorts
5 fall ill after consuming instant noodles
SHILLONG, July 6 (Agencies): Five persons including four minors of a family were hospitalised after they consumed ready-to-eat noodles here, a senior police official said today. The siblings, residents of Lawsohtun area in the city, started complaining of severe headache and vomiting soon after they consumed ready to eat noodles prepared by their mother yesterday afternoon, the officer at Laban police station said. "Three of them were admitted...
> Journo's Death: Doctors 'reserve' opinion on autopsy
> No CBI probe into Vyapam Scam unless court directs: Rajnath
> SC agrees to hear petition seeking removal of MP Governor
> PM should enforce family planning on Muslims: Sena
> SC agrees to hear petition seeking removal of MP Governor
Greek FM resigns in concession to creditors after referendum
ATHENS, July 6 (Agencies): Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned today in what appeared to be a concession by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to international creditors after his resounding victory in a historic bailout referendum. The shock announcement came as European leaders scrambled for a response after Greek voters said a resounding "No" to further austerity measures in return for bailout funds in a referendum that could see ...
> 4,000 aftershocks Rattle China's quake-hit Xinjiang
> 4.5-magnitude quake Rattles Nicaragua's pacific coast
> Right to Die: Colombian man ends life with govt backup
> 3 children, woman killed in blast in Egypt's Sinai
> Reduction in Indo-Pak tension suites all parties: US
‘Sports Councils to be constituted with in 10 days’
JAMMU, July 6: Finally, state govt has set in motion the process of reconstitution of the J&K State Sports Council by taking resignations of the members of the Sports council nominated by the NC-Congress coalition govt on July 10, 2013. Sources in the administration confirmed that state govt in meeting which was presiding over by the Minister for Youth Services and Sports, Technical Education and Information Technology Moulvi Imran Raza Ansar...
> Jameel Mir appointed Dy SP sports PHQ
> BCCI may be advised to prepone Sri Lanka tour
> JKP to host National level water sports championship from July 27: Rajendra
> Srinagar to Host ‘Football Referee Seminar’
> David Miller may compensate Indian policeman for his eye loss
Housing.Com site hacked within a week of Yadav's sacking
NEW DELHI, July 6 (Agencies): Less than a week after its CEO and co-founder Rahul Yadav was sacked, realty portal Housing.Com's website was hacked today, going down multiple times. The site was hacked by unknown users with the home page displaying "#rahulyadav #housingdown". "Yes! We will solve real estate, but 10X better with The Chief Architect," the message on the page said. It further said: "We've achieved a lot in the last three years, b...
> SECC Data: Cong accuses Modi of having 'contempt for poor'
> Govt notifies rules for asset valuation under black money law
> Greek debt crisis to have limited impact on India: Rajan
> Ratan Tata buys stake in Ola Cabs
> Suzuki 2-wheelers on a steady growth path
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