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Cong foresees mid-term elections in J&K
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JAMMU, Apr 17: Congress on Friday attacked the BJP for "allowing" the release of separatist leaders like Masarat Alam in Jammu and Kashmir and claimed that the state will witness mid-term polls within a year. Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma asked the cadre to remain prepared to ensure a thumping majority for the party in the mid-term polls. He accused the Narendra Modi-led government of allowing the release of separatist leaders like Masarat Alam who hoisted Pakistan flag and raised anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans during a rally in Srinagar. "Bhagwat Gita says that whatever has happened has happened for good. You people have to ensure a thumping majority for Congress in the Assembly polls which we feel will be held within one or one-and-a-half year," former JK minister Sham Lal Sha...
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Pak waiting to engineer cross-border intrusion: IGP
JAMMU, Apr 17 (Agencies): Pakistan is waiting for an opportune time to infiltrate militants into the country and carry out suicide attack here, a senior Jammu and Kashmir official said today. "We are getting such inputs from intelligence agencies that Pakistan is in a lookout to carry of (cross border) infiltration and to engineer a fidayeen (suicide) attack or any other type of attack here," Inspector General of Police Jammu range Danish Rana told reporters here today. He said that police and other security agencies in the region have taken measures to foil any such attempt." We have taken measures to foil any such attempt, we are prepared to thwart their nefarious designs," he said. When asked to comment on the number of terrorists waiting across the border to infiltrate into the In...
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Man arrested in Nowshera for ‘murdering’ wife
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SUNDERBANI/RAJOURI, Apr 17: An ex-serviceman allegedly murdered his wife at his residence in village Garan block of Nowshera early today and he was arrested by the police soon after he committed the crime. Police reports said that based on specific information was received at Police Station Dharamsal that a woman identified as Shashi Devi, 45, wife of Sham Singh of village Garran was killed nearby her house. On receiving the information, SHO Police Station Dharamsal SI Urfan Wani brought the matter into the notice of SSP Rajouri Dr Mohd Haseeb Mughal who immediately directed Additional SP Nowshera Rakesh Kumar to proceed to the spot and carry out the investigation. Additional SP Nowshera alongwith SHO Police Station Dharamasal visited village Garan which is five kilometers away from Po...
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Several SHOs shifted in Jammu
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JAMMU, Apr 17: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Jammu today ordered posting of Station House Officers (SHOs) in Jammu district while Inspector General of Police (IGP) Danish Rana today changed the ranges of nine cops. As per order Inspector Rajinder Kumar has been transferred from DPL Jammu and posted as SHO Police Station Domana. Inspector Surinder Paul Singh has been transferred from Police Station Pacca Danga and posted as SHO Police Station Bishnah while Inspector Jatinder Veer Singh has been shifted from DPL Jammu and posted as new SHO Police Station Pacca Danga. Inspector Umesh Nag has been transferred from District Special Branch (DSB) Jammu and posted as SHO Police Station Miran Shaib where as Inspector Narinder Singh has been shifted from Police Station Bishnah to DPL Jamm...
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PDP nominates Rafi Mir as Gen Secy
Peerzada Mansoor as state secy
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JAMMU, Apr 17: Mehbooba Mufti president J&K Peoples Democratic Party (JKPDP) President has nominated Rafi Ahmad Mir as Party General Secretary. She has also nominated Peerzada Mansoor Hussain as State Secretary. Mansoor shall hold the additional charge of frontal organisations in addition to his own responsibilities. This was disclosed here today in a statement by a party spokesman....
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Jammu Bar suspends work against Masarat’s statement
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JAMMU, Apr 16 (JNF): J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu (JKHBAJ) today suspended work over the statement of separatist leader Masarat Alam. In a meeting held by JKHBAJ under the chairmanship of its president Advocate Abhinav Sharma, the members took a serious view for hoisting of Pakistani flag and the anti-national statements made by the separatist leader Masarat Alam and his supporters in a rally in Srinagar. The J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu has seriously condemned such seditious statements and in protest of the same decided to abstain from work in all the courts including the High Court and Subordinate Courts, Jammu on April 17, 2015 (Friday) as a mark of solidarity and nationalist approach. The J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu urged the state government to initiat...
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Jammu youth beaten to death in road rage
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JAMMU, Apr 16: A 27-year-old youth was beaten to death in an apparent case of road rage after his motorcycle collided with another motorcycle near the Old Janipur area here last evening. Police said that Rakesh Kumar was beaten to death last evening by at least three persons following an altercation after their motorcycles collided with each other. The victim, a resident of Old Janipur, was riding along with his younger brother Ashok Kumar. Police said that the duo was returning after performing their routine work when a motorbike hit their vehicle near the house in Old Janipur area. Three youth riding on the said bike entered in duel with the victim. They started beating the duo and after inflicting deep injuries fled from the spot leaving the duo in pool of blood. The shopkeepers of...
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Pak national sent back
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JAMMU, Apr 11: The Pakistani national, who was arrested by Border Security Force (BSF) while trying to enter the Indian side in Kanahchak sector of Jammu, was today handed back to Pakistani side. BSF sources said that the Pakistani national, Akram Shah, 34, son of Nawab-ud-Din, a resident of Kotli Saidwali was arrested last evening when he was trying to enter the Indian territory after crossing the International Border. An amount of Rs 453 in Pakistan currency was recovered from his possession. He was handed over to the police and today handed back the Pakistani Rangers, sources said. Nothing incriminate was found in his possession and during his questioning he revealed that he crossed the IB inadvertently....
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