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Sacrilegious act in Sarore
Protesters block NH, resort to stone-pelting
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JAMMU, Apr 17: Angry protesters Tuesday afternoon blocked Jammu-Pathankot National Highway for over two hours in protest against a sacrilegious act in Sarore area of Vijaypur constituency in Samba district. Few miscreants among the protesters also resorted to stone-pelting while protesting outside the house of MLA Vijaypur and former minister Chander Prakash Ganga, thus resulting into mild cane-charge and tear-gassing by the police to disperse unruly mob and clear traffic on the Highway. However a semblance of order could be restored in the evening. As the tension ran high, the authorities, as a precautionary measure, also suspended internet services in three districts of Jammu, Samba and Kathua. Earlier tension gripped three districts after few locals noticed the carcasses of two bovin...
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Resignation of BJP ministers
No truth in TV reports: BJP spokespersons
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JAMMU, Apr 17: Jammu & Kashmir BJP spokespersons Tuesday denied reports that ministers from the party would resign from the state cabinet in protest. Notwithstanding the official denial by spokespersons, few party leaders on the condition of anonymity stated that BJP ministers had submitted their resignation to the state party president Sat Sharma, however, not in protest but only to pave way for reshuffle, necessitated by the resignations of Minister for Forests Chowdhary Lal Singh and Minister for Industries and Commerce Chander Prakash Ganga last week. The duo had resigned after country-wide outrage against them for attending a rally organised by the Hindu Ekta Manch in support of the Kathua rape case accused. Earlier in the evening, some news channels reported that all BJP ministers...
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Youth’s body recovered in Mendhar
Man goes missing from Mankote
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MENDHAR, Apr 17: Police on Tuesday recovered a body of a 28-year-old person under mysterious conditions in forest area of Mendhar in border Poonch district. Official sources said that some locals this morning spotted the body lying in the forest area of Bonala and immediately informed the concerned police station about it. A police team reached the site and recovered the body, they said. A police officer while confirming the incident and identified the deceased as Azad Parvez (28) son of Mohammed Iqbal of Chhatral Mendhar. Azad according to the official had been missing since last evening. The body was taken to Sub-District Hospital Mendhar for conducting all legal medico formalities including the postmortem. “A case under 174 CrPc was registered and further investigations initiated to...
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Drug peddler held with Charas in Reasi
Devender Sharma
REASI, Apr 17: Police Tuesday arrested a drug peddler and recovered 470 grams Charas from his possession at Sula naka in Reasi. According to police, during routine patrolling and naka checking a police party of Police Station Reasi led by Inspector Ashwani Sharma SHO Police Station Reasi and SI Qamar Din intercepted one Mohammed Nazir alias Bulli son of Farman Ali resident of Jadd, who tried to hide himself from the Police party. On suspicion the person was taken into custody and during his personal search, the police team succeeded in recovery of 470 grams of Charas from his possession. In this connection case FIR No. 88/2018 U/S 8/20 NDPS Act was registered at Police Station Reasi and investigation ensued. “The arrest was made under the direct supervision of DySP Satish Bhardwaj inchar...
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Jammu lawyers suspend agitation, resume work
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JAMMU, Apr 16: The Jammu High Court Bar Association (JHCBA) today resumed work after staying away from courts for 12 days in support of their various demands including handing over the Kathua rape and murder case to CBI and deportation of illegally settled Rohingyas. The decision to resume work was taken at a general house meeting of the JHCBA held under the chairmanship of its president B S Slathia here. “The general house decided to temporarily suspend the agitation, responding to the appeal of Bar Council of India (BCI), and the Supreme Court taking cognizance of the issue (Kathua rape and murder case),” Slathia said. The JHCBA went on a four-day strike initially on April 4 in support of four demands, which also included clarity from the government on tribal affairs and district stat...
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JKBOSE to conduct Class XI exams from next session
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JAMMU, Apr 16: The Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education, JKBOSE will supervise the Class XI annual examination on the pattern of Classes X and XII from the next academic session 2018-19. Previously, the board’s role in the Class XI examination was just to provide the question papers while the invigilators were from the respective schools. But from next session onwards, the JKBOSE will designate its staff as superintendents/deputy superintendents at all examination centres across the state. Roshan Lal Gupta, Joint Secretary of Examination, JKBOSE said: “Yes, we are doing away with the home examination system for Class XI. The exams will now be conducted by the JKBOSE under its overall supervision. In fact, the marking in the papers, which was earlier done by the respective schools, ...
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JKCC seeks transfer of Kathua rape case
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JAMMU, April 14: Jammu and Kashmir Coordination Committee (JKCC), an amalgam of the trade, industry, tourism, travel, horticulture chambers and civil society formations, has urged the state government to ensure transfer of "Kathua rape and murder case" to some court in any district of the state other than the three districts of Jammu, Kathua and Samba. In a meeting JKCC members expressed deep concern over the strike call observed by the people of these three districts on the call given by J&K High Court Bar association and some other civil society formations of Jammu in a bid to support the culprits named in the charge sheet filed by the crime branch. JKCC has also castigated JKHCBAJ and Kathua Bar Association for their murky role in the investigation of the gruesome rape and murder of ...
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DGP deserves all praise for providing strong leadership to JKP at critical juncture: Soz
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JAMMU, Apr 13: Prof Saifuddin Soz, former Union minister and senior Congress leader on Friday said that the J&K Police has risen to new heights in performance of its duty to serve the public interest in J&K State under the leadership of Director General of Police (DGP) Dr SP Vaid. “In fact, Dr SP Vaid has shown a rare trait of high integrity and probity in his character,” Soz said. “One can imagine how he must have been pressurized by the of small minds but powerful political entities and he remained steadfast in recent times, especially in the case of the heinous crime of rape and gruesome murder of an 8-year old child at a Kathua village,” he said. “Vaid provided an unswerving and strong leadership to the J&K Police at a critical juncture. The state’s Crime Branch deserves all prais...
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Here’s What PM Narendra Modi Said About the Kathua and Unnao Rapes
https://www.thequint.com/news/india/what-pm-narendra-modi-said-about-kathua-and-unnao-rapes...
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Safina Beig appointed PDP women president
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JAMMU, Apr 12: Safina Baig, the wife of Baramulla Lok Sabha member Muzaffar Hussain Baig, was today appointed as the president of the women's wing of ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). “Mehbooba Mufti, President J&K People's Democratic Party (JKPDP) has nominated Safina Baig as president women's wing of the party,” a spokesman for the ruling party said in a statement....
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CM’s Grievance Cell website revamped
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JAMMU, Apr 12: The Jammu and Kashmir government has revamped the website for Chief Minister’s Grievance Cell which can now be accessed on www.jkgrievance.in. According to a statement issued by the CM’s private office, the general public has been asked to post their grievances on the revamped website as the old website www.jkgrievance.nic.in has been discarded, while its database is currently being transferred to new portal....
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