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J-K opposition stalls Assembly, demands compensation for unrest deaths
 
Jammu 16 jan Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly witnessed noisy scenes today as the opposition members stormed the Well of the House accusing the PDP-BJP government of adopting double standard on the issue of compensation to those killed during unrest in the Valley last summer. Members of National Conference and BJP legislators clash in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly during the Opposition's protest to demand a time-bound judicial probe into civilian killings during the 2016 Kashmir unrest. Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly witnessed noisy scenes today as the opposition members stormed the Well of the House accusing the PDP-BJP government of adopting double standard on the issue of compensation to those killed during unrest ....
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Photojournalist among several injured in clashes in Bijbehara
 
Srinagar 16 January Several persons, including a photojournalist, were injured after government forces resorted to aerial firing and teargas shelling to disperse protesters in Bijbehara area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Monday. Earlier, thousands of people took part in the funeral prayers of the three militants killed in an overnight encounter with forces in Awoora village of Pahalgam. Reports said that a photojournalist Bilal Bahadur was also injured after forces burst teargas shells to disperse the protesters.....
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India announces $100 million Line of Credit to Kenya
 
New Delhi 11 December India today announced 100 million US dollars Line of Credit to Kenya for agricultural mechanization after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and visiting Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. Speaking to the press after exchange of agreements, Mr Modi said, expansion of bilateral trade, greater flow of capital between two economies and stronger developmental partnership are on high priority. He said, India is collaborating with Kenya to raise agricultural product....
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Drabu presents 2017-18 Budget in JK assembly
7th pay commission from April 2018, over 60 thousand casual laborers to be regularized
 
Jammu, Jan 11 (KNS): Much to the delight for over sixty thousand casual laborers, Minister for Finance Haseeb Drabu while presenting the 2017-18 Budget Wednesday said a committee already appointed for regularization of 61,000 casual labors will process their regularization. According to KNS correspondent, presenting Annual Budget 2017-18 in the State Assembly Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu declared that 7th pay commission recommendations for State Government Employees would be implemented from ....
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Project developed by Jammu based it firm received national e governance award
 
Jammu 11 January It was a moment of pride for Jammu and Kashmir at the 20th National Conference on e-Governance held at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh on January 9 and 10, 2017, when the flagship Shri Kedarnath Yatra IT project conceived and developed by Jammu based IT firm (G-MAX IT SERVICES) bagged the coveted National Award on E-Governance. Mr. Rohit Singh Sambyal, director G-MAX IT SERVICES received the award for "Installation and commissioning of wireless local area network in the Kedar....
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Project developed by Jammu based it firm received national e governance award
 
Jammu 11 January It was a moment of pride for Jammu and Kashmir at the 20th National Conference on e-Governance held at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh on January 9 and 10, 2017, when the flagship Shri Kedarnath Yatra IT project conceived and developed by Jammu based IT firm (G-MAX IT SERVICES) bagged the coveted National Award on E-Governance. Mr. Rohit Singh Sambyal, director G-MAX IT SERVICES received the award for "Installation and commissioning of wireless local area network in the Kedar....
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SC rejects probe into alleged payoffs to Modi, petitioner calls it a blow to the people
 
New Delhi 11 January In a boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a plea to probe the alleged payoffs by the Birla-Sahara groups to him when he was the Gujarat Chief Minister. Rejecting a plea by NGO Common Cause, Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Amitava Roy said the documents produced to seek an FIR against the Prime Minister and other political functionaries including government officials had no "evidentiary value." "If we were to order investiga....
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SC rejects probe into alleged payoffs to Modi, petitioner calls it a blow to the people
 
New Delhi 11 January In a boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a plea to probe the alleged payoffs by the Birla-Sahara groups to him when he was the Gujarat Chief Minister. Rejecting a plea by NGO Common Cause, Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Amitava Roy said the documents produced to seek an FIR against the Prime Minister and other political functionaries including government officials had no "evidentiary value." "If we were to order investiga....
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Governor asks Omar to take positive steps in JK's interest
 
Jammu 11 January Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra today asked former Chief Minister and working president of opposition National Conference Omar Abdullah to take positive steps in the advancement of the state's interests. Abdullah had called on Governor at the Raj Bhavan here today. The Governor asked Abdullah and his party to take active positive interest in the advancement of the state's interests and to see large scale participation in the ensuing Panchayat, Municipal and Parliament e....
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Dy CM hails Budget 2017-18 proposals
Extraordinary measures unveiled for JK's economic growth, welfare of every section of society’
 
JAMMU, JANUARY 11: Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Kumar Singh has welcomed the Budget 2017-18 presented in both Houses of State Legislature today. The Deputy Chief Minister called the Budget an extraordinary effort to uplift the socio-economic profile of the State and for larger good of every section of the society. He said many of the social interventions, including relief to horticulture, agriculture, transport and allied sectors have been aimed to settle some of the chronic issues which have assumed a huge social magnitude in the State. Dr Singh further said that the Government is keen and committed for addressing all the issues of the employees including the disbursement of salaries to the employees engaged under various centrally ....
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Local News
Infiltration bid foiled in Poonch, two militants killed: Army
Infiltration bid foiled in Poonch, two militants killed: Army
Stage set for upcoming Snow Carnivals: Priya Sethi
Workout modalities for filling vacant seats in Polytechnics: Ansari to SBOTE
Workout modalities for filling vacant seats in Polytechnics: Ansari to SBOTE
Budget 2017-18 aimed at improving operational efficiency of government spending: Dr Drabu
Kargil Courier service begins with airlifting of around 100 passengers
Sham Choudhary reviews flood protection measures on river Chenab
Kargil Courier service begins with airlifting of around 100 passengers
Handicrafts exhibition-cum-sale concludes
 
Opinion
Modiji’s new monetary architecture for seamless growth, scamless politics *Dr R. Balashankar
Modiji’s new monetary architecture for seamless growth, scamless politics *Dr R. Balashankar
Modiji’s new monetary architecture for seamless growth, scamless politics *Dr R. Balashankar
Modiji’s new monetary architecture for seamless growth, scamless politics *Dr R. Balashankar
Bringing Youth to the Mainstream of Change *Sudhirendar Sharma
Bringing Youth to the Mainstream of Change *Sudhirendar Sharma
Bringing Youth to the Mainstream of Change *Sudhirendar Sharma
Bringing Youth to the Mainstream of Change *Sudhirendar Sharma
Ghora Gali- A treasure-trove of stone sculptures in Gool:-By Rajinder Singh Rana
Successful Test launch of AGNI V Written by Dilip Ghosh.jpg
 
Nation/World
Egypt court rejects transfer of Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
Bomb blasts at Nigeria’s Maiduguri University kill 5 - witnesses
Syrian rebels to attend Kazakhstan talks – report
Turkey’s parliament votes in favor of constitutional reform in first round
6 women die in stampede at Indian religious festival
Japan mulls launching visa-free flights to Russia’s Kurils – report
BSF on cover up exercise, Home Minister orders enquiry
BSF on cover up exercise, Home Minister orders enquiry
Arushi-Hemraj murder case: Allahabad HC reserves judgement
Progress MS-04 space freighter crash likely caused ‘by opening tank of 3rd stage’
 
Sports
England beat India A by 3 wickets in warm-up game
Jimmy Adams appointed new West Indies director
Jimmy Adams appointed new West Indies director
England beat India A by 3 wickets in warm-up game
Zulfkar Ali reiterates Govt’s commitment to build quality sports infrastructure
Swiss court rejects lawsuit against FIFA over alleged Qatar cup labor violations
Swiss court rejects lawsuit against FIFA over alleged Qatar cup labor violations
Russia’s Ustiugov wins Tour de Ski in record-breaking style
Russia’s Ustiugov wins Tour de Ski in record-breaking style
Chib represent India for 7th International karate championship
 
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