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Jaish commander killed, army man injured in Tral gun battle
Youth hit by bullet after forces open fire on stone throwing youth
ANANTNAG, Sep 23: A top commander of Jaish-i-Mohammad was killed in a gun battle with government forces in Tral area of southern Pulwama district on Sunday. Three civilians also suffered injuries during the clashes that erupted between forces and youth during and after the encounter was over. The gunfight raged in Mir Mohalla village of Aripal Tral in the wee hours of this morning after the forces launched a cordon and search operation in the v...
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Police top brass to cops
Remain extra cautious; follow SOPs during duties
SRINAGAR, Sep 23: Police top brass today directed its men to remain extra caution and follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) during duties. The directions came after the recent killing of police men in south Kashmir. The directions were given by additional director general police (armed) Arun Kumar Choudhary during his visit to Kupwara and Baramulla district. He interacted with officers and chaired darbars of jawans at armed headquarter i...
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`No role in killing of BSF jawan’
India wasted a serious opportunity again: Pak
Disappointed; small men occupying big offices lack vision: Imran
ISLAMABAD, Sep 22 (Agencies): In a sharp reaction to the cancellation of talks between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan, Imran Khan on Saturday termed India’s move as “arrogant” and “negative” to his call for a resumption of dialogue between the two countries. “Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue,” Imran said in a tweet. “However, all my life I have come across ...
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PIPFPD disappointed over cancellation of dialogue
ALLAHABAD, Sep 22: Pakistan-India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy (PIPFPD) Saturday expressed its strong disappointment with the Indian government for cancelling the scheduled meeting of Indian and Pakistani foreign ministers on the side-lines of UN General Assembly later this month. The meeting was planned following the letters from the Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister to Indian Prime Minister Narend...
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Stern action to avenge Pak’s barbarism: Gen Rawat
JAIPUR, Sep 22 (Agencies): Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said Saturday stern action was needed to avenge the barbarism by terrorists and Pakistan Army against Indian soldiers. The comment comes after a BSF jawan was shot and his throat slit recently, followed by the brutal killings of three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir. “We need to take stern action to avenge the kind of barbarism that terrorists and the Pakistan army have been carrying ag...
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S M Sahai is Addl Secy NSCS
NEW DELHI, Sep 22: The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal of the National Security Council Secretariat for appointment of S M Sahai, IPS (JK: 1987) as Additional Secretary, NSCS on in-situ basis by temporarily upgrading the post of joint secretary held by the officer at Additional Director General equivalent for a period of two years, or until further orders, whichever is earlier....
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S M Sahai is Addl Secy NSCS
NEW DELHI, Sep 22: The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal of the National Security Council Secretariat for appointment of S M Sahai, IPS (JK: 1987) as Additional Secretary, NSCS on in-situ basis by temporarily upgrading the post of joint secretary held by the officer at Additional Director General equivalent for a period of two years, or until further orders, whichever is earlier....
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‘No traffic on Leh-Manali road for next 48-hours’
SRINAGAR, Sep 22: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmed Khan, has directed that no traffic will be allowed to ply on Leh-Manali Road, for the next 48 hours, in view of weather advisory, issued by Met department. The step has been taken as a precautionary measure, the Divisional Commissioner said....
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4 dead, 9 injured in Gundoh Sumo accident
Saidullah Rangrez
DODA, Sep 22: In yet another tragic accident in Chenab valley of Jammu and Kashmir, four people died while 9 others, mostly critically injured after a Tata Sumo met with an accident near Kaljugassar some 45 kilometers from Kishtwar district. Reports said that at about 10.45 AM a Tata Sumo bearing Registration number JK06-4986 which was on its way from Seru Khaljugassar towords Gowari, when it reached at Gangal Soti, it rolled down about 200-300...
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Thunder storm with hail likely in J&K today
PUNE, Sep 22(Agencies): Thunderstorm, accompanied with lightning and hailstorm, is very likely to occur at isolated places over Jammu & Kashmir during next 24 hours, predicted the Indian Meteorological Department in a bulletin here today. The Met said that heavy to very heavy rain, with extremely heavy rain, is very likely at isolated pockets of east Rajasthan during the period. Heavy rain is very likely at a few nooks, with very heavy rain at...
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UN chief to visit India in October
UNITED NATIONS, Sep 22 (Agencies) UN chief Antonio Guterres will travel to India early next month, his first trip to the country as head of the world body that coincides with the commencement of events marking the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The Secretary-General will arrive in New Delhi on October 1. His visit coincides with the beginning of events to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on October 2 next year...
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Massive searches in 6 Pulwama villages
Youth clash with forces in Shopian village
ANANTNAG, Sep 22: A day after the suspected militants abducted and shot dead three cops in southern Shopian district, forces on Saturday launched a massive search operation in at least half-a-dozen villages of neighboring Pulwama district while as in Shirmal village of Shopian locals clashed with forces to sabotage the cordon and search operation launched by the forces. Government forces including army's 55 RR, 53 RR , 23 Para , special operati...
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Farooq visits PHQ to offer condolences on cop killings
SRINAGAR, Sep 22: Former chief minister and National Conference (NC) president Dr Farooq Abdullah on Saturday visited the police headquarters Srinagar. He met senior officers, including director general of police (DGP) Dilbag Singh to offer his condolences on the killing of three policemen in south Kashmir’s Shopian district. A police spokesman said Farooq Abdullah today visited police headquarters (PHQ) here and met the DGP and senior police ...
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Kashmiri students attacked in college
Police starts investigation
SRINAGAR, Sep 22: Kashmiri students today blocked Chandigarh-Ludhiana highway in Mohali after one of their classmates was assaulted by unknown persons inside a college in Mohalli Punjab, reports a local news agency, CNS. Over 200 Kashmiri students after registering a protest in the premises of Adesh Institute of Technology and Management in Mohalli, hit to roads demanding action against the assailants who attacked a newly Kashmiri entrant insid...
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Dilbag Singh to continue as DGP: SC
NEW DELHI, Sep 20 (Agencies): The Supreme Court Thursday said the newly appointed acting director general of police (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir shall continue in office till the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) takes a decision on the matter. A bench of chief justice Dipak Misra said acting DGP Dilbag Singh, who replaced S P Vaid, shall continue to operate and asked the UPSC to take a decision within four weeks on suitability of senior pol...
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> 5 KAS officers transferred
CEO issues notification for 3rd phase
SRINAGAR, Sep 22: The chief electoral officer, Shaleen Kabra today issued notification for the conduct of 3rd phase of municipal polls. The notification has been issued for Srinagar municipal corporation (ward No. 06 to 15 & 38 to 53), Municipal Committee Hajin (ward 1 to 13), Municipal Council Sopore (1 to 21 wards), Municipal Committee Uri (1 to 13 wards), Municipal Committee Tral (1 to 13 wards), Municipal Committee Awantipora (1 to 13 wards...
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> Arrested journalist sent to 8-day judicial custody
> Man injured in bear attack
> Pattan observes shutdown
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Flip-flop over FMs' meeting
The cancellation of the meeting between Indian and Pakistani Foreign Ministers Sushma Swaraj and Shah Mahmood Qureshi in New York next week within a day of its announcement is unfortunate. The initiative for announcing the meeting between the two Foreign Ministers was taken by India and the latter took no time in cancelling it citing recent attacks in Jammu and Kashmir by militant groups and stamps issued by the Pakistani postal services glorify...
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India on the brink
By Ali Ahmed
One explanation for the enduring India-Pakistan rivalry has been that it is an identity conflict: India as a multitudinous democracy and Pakistan as a military-run state. A cynical view of Pakistan has it that its envy of India results in its constant provocations, including terror attacks and periodic dusting of the threadbare territorial issue, Kashmir. It has deployed its intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), to this e...
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Bhagwat's U-turn on constitution is a paradigm shift
By Harihar Swarup
If the 92-year-old RSS is seeking an image makeover, it is a welcome sign. The wind of change is blowing all over the world, and it is time the RSS, should also bring about reforms and shed its image of an obscurantist organization. Those who have not reformed with times, like our Communist parties, particularly the Marxist, have withered with times. The first indication of "Glasnost" within the monolith organisation came from the RSS Chief Moha...
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Delhi staged at Ramlila Maidaan
Dear Editor, Daily day-night procession for eleven days during Navratras of ancient-most Ramlila of Delhi staged at Ramlila Maidaan by Shri Ramlila Committee Delhi is in very bad shape with one of the two main chariots with wooden horses having costly silver carvings and chairs is missing for last several years. This procession once used to be centre of attraction even in late-night hours Other silver items and other articles used in the proces...
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> Ban sale of khoya prepared by unorganised sector in Delhi before festive season
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'BJP making efforts to build consensus on Ram temple construction'
AYODHYA, Sep 23 (Agencies): Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Mahendra Nath Pandey on Saturday said the party is making efforts to ensure that the Ram temple is constructed through consensus. He also said the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be fought on development and governance. "Ram temple is the centre of faith and devotion for us. It should be constructed as per the law and we are committed to this...The BJP is making efforts ...
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> India cancelled talks with Pakistan because of intercepted ISI messages: Report
Imran showed haste in reaching out to India: Opposition in Pak slams govt
ISLAMABAD, Sep 23 (Agencies): The main opposition parties in Pakistan have blamed Prime Minister Imran Khan-led Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government for the latest fallout with India. According to a report in Pakistan-based Dawn News, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) have said that country’s new prime minister showed haste in making attempts to mend ties with India. Leaders of the opposition parties have said ...
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Clean Sports J&K condemns assault on badminton player
JAMMU, Sep 23: Clean Sports Jammu and Kashmir today strongly condemned the assault on senior badminton player by cop during Badminton tournament being organised by J&K Badminton Association at Police Indoor Badminton hall, Gulshan Ground on Saturday. In a statement, The Secretary General of the Clean Sports J&K has demanded through probe into this unfortunate incident happen in the presence of the office bearers of the association. He al...
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Jaitley alleges Rahul-Hollande nexus, says public discourse is not laughter challenge
NEW DELHI, Sep 23 (Agencies): Amid the ongoing row over India-France Rafale fighter jets deal, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday launched a counter-attack on Congress saying that men may state inaccurate facts, however, circumstances never lie. "Congress can believe anything, but you must remember a basic principle of conduct, which for centuries has ruled throughout the world. Which is ‘Men may state inaccurate facts, circumstances never...
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