Greater Jammu

YET ANOTHER DISCRIMINATION: The ‘dying’ flower Garden in Jammu (L) and the Blooming Tulip Garden in Kashmir (R)..... FEEL THE DIFFERENCE.

Rakesh Khajuria

AIIMS Issue: Jammu observes complete ‘bandh’ for justice     
GJ Report
JAMMU, Apr 24: A day-long bandh in Jammu today hit the city's transport and business entities after various political and social groups called for a strike over the reported shifting of AIIMS from here to Kashmir Valley. The bandh was called by the Panthers Party and supported by Jammu Chambers of Commerce and Industry..................

What an irony…!
Prof Hari Om
Jammu, Apr 24: Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Budgam (Kashmir) on April 22 reserved its order on the bail application of separatist Masarat Alam, who, along with other Pakistani agents held an anti-India rally in Srinagar on April 15 to welcome the arrival of Hurriyat Conference (Geelani) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani to the.............

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Darbar closes in Jammu, to open in Srinagar on May 5 

Jammu, Apr 24: The Darbar offices today closed in this winter capital of the state and will re-open in the Kashmir Valley on May 5. The Darbar Move process however, has started and the vehicles including the buses and trucks ferrying the Darbar staff and official record will start heading towards the Valley from tomorrow onwards..................


Govt transfers 226 Revenue Officials, 43 lecturers 
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 24: Jammu and Kashmir Government today ordered the major re-shuffle in the Revenue Department by transferring 226 officials besides 43 lecturers in School Education Department. As per order, the revenue officials transferred included Muzaffar Malik, Tehsildar, IDA, Jammu has been..................

Two BJP ministers elevated to Cabinet rank, administered oath 
GJ Report
Jammu, Apr 23: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra today administered oath to two ministers elevated to the rank of Cabinet in Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's cabinet. With the elevation of two Ministers of State with Independent Charge.....................

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753 Army men martyred in Op Rakshak    
NEW DELHI: A total of 753 Army personnel have been martyred during the last eight years in Operation Rakshak, the counter-insurgency operation of the Army in Jammu and Kashmir, Lok Sabha was informed today. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, in a written reply, told Lok Sabha that "since 2007, a total of 753 Army personnel ..............

End ‘sarpanch-pati’ culture in panchayats: PM Modi
New Delhi, Apr 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for ending culture in panchayats, the practice of husbands of women sarpanches exercising undue influence, as he pitched for a leadership role for elected village representatives to alleviate poverty and promote education. Recalling a political event in which someone told..............


AAP leader visits deceased farmer's kin, offers Rs 10-L aid 
Dausa, Apr 24: With AAP under fire over the farmer suicide incident, its leader Sanjay Singh today met the family of the deceased, Gajendra Singh, and told them that Delhi government would consider their demands, including for martyr's status for the farmer and a government job for his kin.............

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115 children killed since the start of Saudi-led offensive in Yemen as airstrikes continue
SANAA, apr 24: Fighting between Yemen's warring factions raged in southern and central parts of the country and air strikes hit Houthi militia forces in Aden on Friday, but there were no fresh moves towards dialogue. Saudi Arabia says it is winding down its.....................

Aamir Khan crusades against Indian social evils at New York summit
New York, Apr 24: Superstar Aamir Khan discussed India's social evils like female foeticide, gender inequality and honour killing at the Women in the World Summit here, saying change can be brought by reaching out to people with love and affection..............

Suspected Al-Qaeda militants arrested in Italy for Vatican plot

ROME, Apr 24: Italian police were arresting 18 people on Friday suspected of belonging to an armed group linked to al Qaeda who were plotting attacks on the Vatican as well as in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Some of the suspects, who are all...............

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