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STRUGGLING FOR LIFE: Today when the world is celebrating International Labour movement also known as May Day, labourers working in a brick kiln on city outskirts in difficult conditions. Aman           

More linkages of finance can help J&K integrate better: Rajan  
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Jammu, Apr 30: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today urged premier banking institutions to reach out to state's young and budding entrepreneurs by helping them in establishing viable business units. "We expect Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to do more in exerting pressure on banking firms..............

DB directs state to complete Municipal elections within six months
JAMMU, APR 30: In a historical judgment, a Division Bench of the J&K High Court at its Jammu Bench directed the state to complete the election process of Municipal Corporations within six months. This significant direction has been passed in a petition filed by Dr. HR Sharma who is a retired Professor of University of Jammu and a social activist, praying for...........................

 
 
 
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27 jawans died at Siachen during last 3 yrs

Jammu, Apr 30: As many as 27 jawans lost their lives during their posting at Siachen Glacier in the last three years and 14 died this year till March. ''Till March 31, this year, 14 jawans died in the Siachen Glacier,'' Col S D Goswami, Northern Command based Defence Spokesperson said here today. He said in 2013, 10 jawans lost their lives while in................

 

'Army working in perfect synergy with police and CRPF in J&K'

Gumri, Apr 30: In the aftermath of the death of a youth in firing on protesters in north Kashmir's Kupwara district a fortnight ago, army today said such unfortunate incidents will not happen in future as the force was working in perfect synergy with the police and the CRPF in the state. The army does not deal.......................

Restrictions imposed on movement during anti-militancy operations
Srinagar, Apr 30: Authorities in Baramulla district of Kashmir today announced restrictions on movement of people within three km radius of counter-insurgency operations, apparently to curb............

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Cong accuses BJP of adopting double standards over tricolour in NIT Srinagar
New Delhi, Apr 30: A Congress member in Rajya Sabha raised the issue of police lathicharge at NIT in Srinagar on Saturday and accused the ruling BJP of not allowing the students to hoist the national flag there.During the Zero Hour, Pramod Tiwari said ever since BJP government came to..................

Andhra Pradesh: ACB raids Deputy Transport Commissioner; seizes assets worth Rs 800 crore
NEW DELHI, Apr 30: Anti-Corruption Bureau officials have arrested a deputy transport commissioner in Andhra Pradesh after conducting raids that unearthed assets worth a whopping R 800 crores. A Mohan, the IAS officer, has been remanded for two weeks by the Vijayawada ACB court..................

 

Over 1500 villages under threat, Govt issues alert, NDRF teams deployed 
Dehradun, Apr 30: Over 1500 villages are under threat from the raging forest fires in Uttarakhand, prompting the centre to deploy three teams of the National Disaster Response Force....................

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Seventeen killed in Nairobi floods and building collapse
Nairobi, Apr 30: Rescuers in the Kenyan capital made desperate efforts on Saturday to free survivors including a woman and child trapped in a building that collapsed in storms that have left a total of 17 people dead. President Uhuru Kenyatta...................

Hundreds of protesters enter Baghdad's Green Zone, storm parliament
Baghdad, Apr 30 : Hundreds of supporters of Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone on Saturday and entered the parliament after lawmakers failed to convene for a vote on overhauling the government. The............................

Nehru did not die of ailment but due to shock of Indo-China war'
Etawah, Apr 30: Samajwadi Party supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday said that India's first prime minister.................

 
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