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Assembly rocks, Oppn stages walkout   
GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 21: Issues of power crisis in Kashmir Valley and compensation to the kin of five members of a family died in a road accident today rocked Jammu and Kashmir Assembly here. As soon the House proceedings started, NC MLA Ali Mohammad Sagar raised the issue of power crisis in the snow hit Kashmir Valley. Sagar said that people were forced to live in dark due to erratic power supply. The MLA said that the Government has failed to provide continuous..................

J&K Police seeks people's cooperation ahead of R-Day      
Jammu, Jan 21: Jammu and Kashmir Police has sought the cooperation of the people attending the Republic Day function at Maulana Azad Stadium here to avoid any inconvenience. Senior Superintendent of Police, Security Jammu in a statement issued here has urged the people not to carry the items including cameras, arms, ammunition, sharp edged weapons, hand/polythene bags, ladies purse, lunch boxes, transistors, patromax, handy fire extinguishers, stop watches, pens, any kind....................

 
 
 
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Restrictions imposed on assembly of people on Gawkadal anniv 

Srinagar, Jan 21: Authorities today imposed restrictions on the assembly of people in some areas around Lal Chowk city centre to prevent protests by separatist groups on the 27th anniversary of Gawkadal massacre in which 52 civilians were killed in alleged firing by security forces. Restrictions on the assembly of people were imposed in Gawkadal, Maisuma, Lal Chowk and Regal Chowk areas.................

 

Devastating inferno reduces stalls into ashes   

GJ Report
Jammu, Jan 21: A major fire broke out in a trade fair in posh Gandhi Nagar locality of this winter capital. "Fire broke out inside the trade fair thus damaging nearly 50 percent of stalls displayed at the Trade Fair at Gole Market in Gandhi Nagar area here," a spokesman of Fire and Emergency Services said....................

Kashmri Valley braces for spell of wet weather      
Srinagar, Jan 21: Kashmir Valley is bracing for another spell of wet weather as rains or snow have been forecast for the next six days, prompting the divisional administration to issue directions for taking necessary precautionary measures. The MeT Department has forecast isolated rains or snow today, scattered rains or snow tomorrow, fairly widespread rains or snow on January 23 and widespread rains or snow over three days from January 24-26, an official of the department here said..................

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After 4 months of confinement Pakistan hands over Indian soldier
NEW DELHI, Jan 21: After keeping him almost four months in custody, Pakistan today handed over Indian soldier Chandu Babulal Chohan to Indian authorities this afternoon at Wagah-Attari border post. The soldier had lost his way and crossed over to the other side inadvertently on September 29, the same night the Indian Army carried out surgical strikes across the LoC to decimate terrorists................

Modi, Parrikar, Doval attend Combine Commanders Conference   
Dehradun, Jan 21: Top military commanders along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met here today and took stock of the security challenges before the country. The Combined Commanders Conference was...........

 

Three LeT militants sentenced to death
KOLKATA: Three Lashkar-e-Taiba militants, including two Pakistani nationals arrested by BSF in 2007 from the Indo-Bangladesh border at Petrapole, were today sentenced to death by a court in Bongaon in West Bengal's North 24-Parganas district in a case of waging war against the Government. Pakistani militants Mohammed Younus and Abdullah and an Indian, Muzaffar Ahmed Rathod, were sentenced to death by judge Binay Kumar Pathak of Bongaon fast track court-1. The three have been booked under IPC Sections 120B (punishment...............

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25 killed, 50 injured in Pak blast
Peshawar, Jan 21: A powerful explosion today ripped through a crowded vegetable market in minority Shias dominated Parachinar in northwest Pakistan's restive Kurram tribal agency, killing at least 25 people and injuring 50 others. The blast - claimed by Tehrik-i-Taliban - occurred at the market inside Eidgah Bazaar in Parachinar, the administrative headquarters of the...............

On Trump's second day as President, thousands of women to march in protest
Washington, Jan 21: Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the United States are expected to pack into downtown Washington on Saturday for a women's march in opposition to the agenda and rhetoric of President Donald Trump. The Women's March...........

Kremlin hopes for rapport with United States, warns about differences
Moscow, Jan 21: Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman voiced hope for a constructive dialogue with President Donald Trump's administration in comments broadcast today, but warned that differences will remain. Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with state Rossiya television that it would be an "illusion" to expect that US-Russian relations would be completely free of disagreements. "Successful development of bilateral ties:..........

 
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