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Grenade attack on SOG camp at Imam Sahib
PDP leader shot at, critically injured at Barzulla
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 24: Gunmen shot at and critically injured a PDP leader at Barzulla here this evening. Reports said the gunmen fired at Abdul Qayoom in Barzulla area. He was shifted to SMHS hospital in critical condition. Medical Superintendent SMHS Dr Nazir Chowdhary said that the leader is being operated upon at the hospital. “He has been hit by three bullets,” he said. Meanwhile, militants today targeted a police camp in Shopian district of K...
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Search operations in Pulwama end
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 24: Search operation launched by the security forces in south Kashmir ended early this morning as militants managed to escape under the cover of darkness, official sources said here. They said with the first light this morning, the security forces resumed search operation in village Hakripora Kakpora in south Kashmir district of Pulwama. However, the operation was called off at 5.30 AM s as the militants managed to escape under t...
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Met predicts rainy spell from Thursday
Srinagar records season's highest temperature
FARZANA SYED
SRINAGAR, May 24: While Kashmir valley has been witnessing pleasant weather for the past few days the meteorological department has predicted a rainy spell from May 25. The spokesperson at local Met office said that there was possibility of moderate to heavy rainfall at several places in valley on May 25 and 26. The officials at Met office revealed that there was a scope of western disturbance which was likely to strike the state of Jammu and ...
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2 men attempt to snatch ATM guard’s gun
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 24: Two unidentified persons today made a failed bid to snatch a rifle of a bank ATM guard in Shopian district of south Kashmir, police said. The alert guard thwarted the attempt by holding on to his 12-bore rifle even after the attackers threw chilly powder in his eyes, a police official said. The incident occurred at the Jammu and Kashmir Bank’s ATM at Imam Sahib in Shopian district this afternoon, the official said. As the gu...
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GST in J&K only after debate in assembly: Akhtar
‘J&K's special position to be safeguarded’; It will lead to cheaper goods
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 24: Minister for public works and government spokesperson Naeem Akhtar today said the government is committed to preserve the special position of the State and same will be taken care of when the goods and services tax (GST) is implemented all over India. The minister said that the government will bring a special bill in the assembly and there will be a comprehensive debate on it by lawmakers regarding imposition of the GST. He s...
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CM meets Guv
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SRINAGAR, May 24: Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti met governor N N Vohra at the Raj Bhavan here today. Chief minister and the Governor had wide ranging discussions which focused on the maintenance of law and order and internal security, effective and accountable functioning of the public delivery organizations and timely implementation of important state and central development schemes and projects. Governor particularly discussed with Mehbooba...
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SIT to trace out missing constable
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 24: Inspector General of Police Kashmir has issued the direction for constituting of a special investigation team to trace out a missing constable. Following the directions, SSP Srinagar Imtiyaz Ismail Parry constituted a special investigation team headed by SDPO, Shaheed Gunj, Amrit Pal to expedite the tracing of missing constable. Constable Sameer Ji Kumar had gone missing from his duties on May 14. Subsequently, a missing repo...
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Alert in Kathua border area
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, May 24: An alert has been sounded in the border belt of Kathua district following reports about sighting of three armed men moving in suspicious manner in the area. Police said, the BSF and the police have been put on high alert and security has been enhanced after the movement of the suspicious men was reported yesterday in Bobiyan area in Hiranagar sector of the International Border. The security forces carried out a cordon-and-search...
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Firing on LoC in Poonch
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, May 24: Army today opened speculative fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Mendhar Tehsil of Poonch district. Official reports said that following some suspicious movement along the LoC in Lanjoit forward area of Mendhar sector, army jawans fired 8-10 rounds at 6.15 AM, this morning. However, there was no retaliation from other side but the border was tense for the last few days....
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Pak's claim of destroying Indian Army posts fake: Sources
NEW DELHI, May 24 (Agencies): Indian Army sources on Wednesday said the Pakistan armed forces claim that they had destroyed Indian Army posts in Jammu and Kashmir in retaliatory firing is fake. The sources said all Indian Army border posts have walls thick enough to withhold fire of recoilless gun. Rejecting the Pakistan Army's video showing damage being caused to Indian border posts, the army sources further stated that the impact of an IED b...
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Vyas calls on Jitendra, discusses law, order situation
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NEW DELHI, May 24: The recently appointed Chief Secretary Jammu and Kashmir B B Vyas, currently on his maiden visit to the union capital after taking over his present assignment, called on Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh and discussed wide range of state issues, including those related to law a...
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IAF denies airspace violation by Pak in Siachen
ISLAMABAD, May 24 (Agencies): The Indian Air Force (IAF) denied Pak media reports that Pakistani fighter jets flew near the Siachen Glacier today. The IAF said there was no violation of India’s air space. Pak channel Samaa TV had reported Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter jets made flights near Siachen Glacier this morning. Quoting sources, the report said all of PAF’s forward operating bases were made fully operational. Mirage jets of PAF wer...
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ATM School Vice-Principal found dead in Jammu
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, May 24: A Vice-Principal of AMT School Bakshi Nagar was brutally murdered at her residence in Reshamgarh Colony area here last night. Police said that a 58-year-old woman teacher was found murdered in the city's Reshamghar Colony. Identified as Anita Suri, wife of Vinod Gandotra-senior faculty at AMT School, was found dead at her residence this morning, police claimed. She was alone at her residence as her son had gone to New Delhi and ...
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Army free to take decisions in J&K: Jaitley
NEW DELHI, May 24(Agencies): In a sharp rebuff to critics of government’s handling of the Kashmir situation, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley today categorically said that in a war-like zone, solutions would have to be provided only by military officers. ”Military solutions have to be provided by military officers, not by politicians,” the Defence Minister said while replying to a question at a Cabinet briefing here. He said, “In the situation pr...
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2 under Secys transferred
JAMMU, May 24: The state government today ordered minor reshuffle in the administration. Aadil Fareed, Under Secretary to the Government PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Department, has been transferred and posted as Under Secretary to the Government, Finance Department. Mohammad Amin Shah, Under Secretary to the Government, Department of Forest, Ecology and Environment, has been transferred and posted as Under Secretary to the Government, P...
> Drive against traffic violators launched in Rajouri
> State witnessing golden period of development activities: Speaker
> Demands 4-laning of Jammu-Poonch highway, work on Budhal-Shopian road
> Model development projects to be taken up in Rajouri : Dr Shahid
> Sagar asks centre govt to shun rigidity, initiate dialogue
 
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IGP Kashmir seeks cooperation in fight against unlawful activities
SRINAGAR, May 23: In its endeavor to reach out to the general public and to review the working of Police, the Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone, Munir Ahmad Khan visited North Kashmir’s today. During his visit, IGP chaired Darbar of Jawans in DPL Sopore and Police Community Partnership Group meeting at Tarzoo in the morning and in the afternoon he chaired darbar of jawans and public meeting at DPL Baramulla. IGP While chairing these da...
> Work on Srinagar-Shopian-Qazigund, Kargil-Zanaskar highway projects to start soon: Naeem
> Veeri inspects status of custodian properties
> Tranquil, conducive atmosphere imperative for academic excellence: Altaf Bukhari
> Dy CM for synergises efforts for effective implementation of welfare schemes
> Malik to hold charge of Adm Secy Information Deptt
 
 
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Hot borders and video wars
War of words and now videos have increased the intensity of the hostility between India and Pakistan and this is a cause for concern as soldiers and people living on the borders are losing their lives on both sides of the borders in senseless cross-border firing. In Nowshera sector, where firing and shelling has been going on for almost a fortnight, several people have been displaced and unable to freely visit their agricultural lands to work. O...
> Impunity with honours
> GM mustard's logic
> In the name of holy cow!
> Hurriyat sting Op
> Where is the promise of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas'? - By Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal
 
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Small Farmers' Plight
By Moin Qazi
His speech if of mortgaged bedding, On his kine he borrows yet. At his heart is his daughter's wedding. In his eye foreknowledge of debt he eats and hath indigestion He toils and he may not stop. His life Is a long-drawn question Between a crop and a crop —Rudyard Kipling, The Masque of Plenty As the world transitions from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - which aim to en...
> The food trolley club..! - By Robert Clements
> Manchester Attacks: What price Hypocrisy? - By John Wight
> Teach your children well..! - By Robert Clements
> Yogi Adityanath in dual role - By Rajindar Sachar
> Monster outside and dad behind me ..! - By Robert Clements
 
COLUMNIST READ MORE FROM THIS SECTION 
Indian national carrier heading for closure
By Brij Bhardwaj
Cries for privatisation of Air India, national carrier are becoming louder every day. Is it a part of campaign to prepare the ground before Government takes the ultimate step to hand over the national carrier to the highest bidder. This will be a sad end of an organisation which at one time had the top ranking among the airlines for quality of its service on board as well as for punctuality. The unfortunate part is that all those responsible for...
> After three years, Modi's plate is half-full - By Amulya Ganguli
> Arvind Kejriwal has to focus on governance - By Harihar Swarup
> Principled Realism - By Gwynne Dyer
> Lack of initiative in Kashmir - By Humra Quraishi
> Opposition parties challenge to BJP remains elusive - By Lalit Sethi
 
LETTERS READ MORE FROM THIS SECTION 
GST on postal-services should be waived
Dear Editor, While ordinary postal-services have been exempted from levy of service-tax, postal-department has to pay service-tax on some select premium services like Speed Post and Express Parcel Post. Charging service-tax from Department of Posts that too only on some select postal-services by Department of Revenue has been like transferring money from one pocket to other of the central government resulting in unnecessary paper-work and proc...
> Manchester bomb blast
> Self-confession of AIMPLB
> Digging of roads cause inconvenience
> Wrong to make people addicted for freebies
> Sponsored postal-stamps
 
 
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YogiOnZee: 'Problem identified, now only operation needs to be done' - Yogi hints at big breakthrough in Saharanpur clashes
LUCKNOW, May 24 (Agencies): It's a tell-all interview of a politician who is known for his bold decisions and statements. BJP's firebrand leader and UP CM Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday spoke on a number issues during an exclusive interview with Zee News Editor Sudhir Chaudhary. Slamming previous governments for ruining UP, Yogi Adityanath said, "Past governments have looted the state; UP lost a lot in the past 15 years." Talking about his ant...
> Arundhati RAI? How fake news, a bot-account incited Paresh Rawal & Nationalist Brigade
> 21 killed as bus carrying pilgrims plunges into Bhagirathi in Uttarakhand
> Vivek Oberoi's gift to acid attack survivor Lalita Benbansi on her wedding day will melt your heart!
> Cong lauds army for LoC action
> Kulbhushan Jadhav is alive: Abdul Basit
 
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Ex-ISI official admits Jadhav captured from Iran
LAHORE, May 24 (Agencies): Amjad Shoaib, an ex-ISI official and a retired Lieutenant General of the Pakistan Army, has acknowledged India's claim that Kulbhushan Jadhav was captured from Iran. This revelation by an ex-ISI official is damaging for Pakistan and shows the real face of that country's armed forces establishment, the civilian government and the ISI who have connived to tarnish the image of India globally. This negates Pakistan's cla...
> India considering punitive actions against Pak: US official
> PM's bold decisions in last 3 years to transform perception of India on global platform: USIBC
> Pakistani parliamentary panel unhappy with govt's response over Kulbhushan Jadhav's case
> Nepal PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' steps down
> Pak dismisses India's claim of action on Pak posts along LoC, says "don't brag"
 
 
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Gopi of Punjab lifts Mari Kambal Danga title
JAMMU, May 24: Wrestler Gopi of Ludhiana in Punjab lifted the 54th Annual Mari Kambal Danga title beating wrestler Tejveer of Rohtak in Haryana in the main bout at Kambal Danga in district Reasi. This dangal was organized by Jai Peer Baba Dangal Committee, Mari Kambal Danga (Reasi) in collaboration with J&K Indian Style Wrestling Association under the supervision of Shiv Kumar Sharma, president of the Association Shiv Kumar Sharma and advocate...
> APS Miran Sahib boys win U-17 Hockey title
> TSN bags Reasi Tennis Ball title
> Soft Tennis trials on June 1
> VAJK to hold Volleyball camp
> KCIS students shine in Roller Skating competition
 
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I-T unearths 400 benami deals, attaches Rs 600-crore properties
NEW DELHI, May 24 (Agencies): The Income Tax Department on Wednesday said it has identified over 400 benami transactions and attached properties worth Rs 600 crore in about 240 cases. Keen to implement the new Benami Act to ensure "visible outcomes on the ground", the tax department last week set up 24 dedicated Benami Prohibition Units (BPUs) all over India. The department started initiating actions under the new Benami Transactions (Prohibit...
> Lalu Prasad's daughter Misa Bharti under I-T scanner over alleged money laundering
> Cabinet approves abolition of Foreign Investment Promotion Board
> Airtel, Voda, Idea caused Rs 400-cr loss to govt: Rel Jio
> State's interests not protected in Vizhinjam port agreement with Adani: CAG
> 20-25 lakh jobs will be created in IT sector in 4-5 years: Ravi Shankar
 
 
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