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AIIMS issue will soon get resolved: Rajnath 
Special Correspondent
Jammu, May 27: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that issue of AIIMS will soon be resolved for which Jammu is agitating. Jammu today observed total shutdown for the second time in protest against shifting of AIIMS to Kashmir Valley which was announced for Jammu in the Union Budget. "Have asked.................

Joint Core Group meet of Army, Police focuses Amarnath Yatra
GJ Report
Jammu, May 27: A joint Core Group Meeting of top brass of Army and Police today focused on smooth and incident free conduct of annual Shri Amarnath Pilgrimage starting from July 2. Core Group Security meeting was held at the Headquarters of White Knight Corps, Nagrota in city outskirts to take stock of the prevailing security situation..............

 
 
 
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AIIMS: ‘Sada Haq, Aithe Rakh’...Jammu observes complete ‘bandh’

GJ Report
Jammu, May 27: The winter capital today observed complete shutdown in protest against shifting of AIIMS to Kashmir, which was reportedly announced for Jammu in the Union Budget. The Bandh Call was given by Bar Association of Jammu and......................

 

Modi for implementation of Special Scholarship Scheme in J&K 
GJ Report
Srinagar, May 27: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi today held his third monthly video conference under his proactive Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI) initiative, with Union Secretaries of various Ministries and Chief Secretaries of...........

Sgr-Leh Highway remains closed    
SRINAGAR, May 27: Hundreds of vehicles, including those carrying passengers got stranded as the national highway, connecting the Ladakh region with the Kashmir valley, has again been closed due to fresh landslides today. Traffic on the highway resumed this morning after remaining suspended since yesterday due to landslides, triggered by rain...............

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There cannot be restrictions on food habits: Rijiju
New Delhi, May 27: Amidst a row over eating beef, Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Wednesday said no restrictions can be put on food habits in a secular country like India but the sentiments of the majority should be respected in Hindu- majority as well as Christian and Muslim-majority states. "India is a secular country and food habits................

Concerted efforts needed to tackle terrorism: Prez   
NEW DELHI: President Pranab Mukherjee today said concerted efforts are needed to tackle the issue of terrorism which has assumed serious proportions and threatens the international community. Addressing the Officer Trainees of 2013 Batch of the Indian Foreign Service, who called on him in the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President...........

 

Sonia 'unconstitutional authority' during UPA: Modi
New Delhi, May 27: Rejecting criticism of concentration of power in PMO, he said Prime Minister and PMO were 'very much part of the constitutional scheme, not outside it.' Hitting back at Sonia Gandhi for her sharp attacks on him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today suggested that she had been an "unconstitutional" authority.............

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Tide turning in Italy over gay marriage   
Rome, may 27: Italian public opinion has moved decisively in favour of legally recognising same sex couples after Ireland`s "Yes" to gay marriage, the first poll issued since the landmark referendum revealed Wednesday. The survey published by Italian daily La Stampa found that 51 percent of............

Denmark to hold general election on June 18 
COPENHAGEN, may 27: Danish Prime MinisterHelle Thorning-Schmidt on Wednesday called a general election for June 18, even as opinion polls show her centre-left coalition trailing the opposition. "Denmark is back on track, we are out of the crisis... It's time to ask the Danes if they want.............

Taliban guesthouse attack: Afghan forces end 6-hour siege, four militants dead

Kabul, may 27: Taliban raided Kabul's diplomatic hub of Wazir Akbar Khan in an overnight siege that went on for hours before security forces killed the four militants, reports said Wednesday. The insurgents armed with RPG launcher..................

 
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