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J&K Govt orders rationalization of inoperative official bank accounts    
GJ Report
Jammu, Dec 9: In order to rationalize the inoperative bank accounts of various government departments and drawing and disbursing officers, Jammu and Kashmir government today ordered that all the government bank accounts lying inoperative for more than 2 years and having no balance as on December 9, 2016 will be closed with immediate effect. "The bank accounts of Drawing and Disbursing.............

J&K Cabinet approves revision in Timber rates, creation of separate Disaster Management
GJ Report
Jammu, Dec 9: The Cabinet which met here today under the chairmanship of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti approved revision in the sale rates of various coniferous species of Timber in A, B and C Concession zones for the year 2016-17. The proposed rate has been enhanced by 20% in A zone, 25% in B and 30% in C zone areas. The Cabinet also approved revision in the sale rates of firewood in the state supplied for religious and institutional purposes. The Cabinet also accorded sanction to the creation of an independent and....................

 
 
 
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Leh coldest in JK at minus 11.5 degrees 

Srinagar, Dec 9: Leh in Ladakh region was recorded as the coldest place in Jammu and Kashmir with a minimum temperature of minus 11.5 degrees Celsius, as the mercury continued to hover below freezing point in most parts of the Valley. Leh experienced the coldest night of the season as the night temperature plummeted by over 8 degrees from minus 3.0 degrees Celsius, recorded in the previous night, a spokesman of the MET Department said here. The night temperature across Kashmir division...........

 

“Intrusion” of blue-eyed led to early exit of J&K team 

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, DEC 9: Rumours are agog that blue-eyed players close to the powers of corridor not only intruded into the U-19 Football Team but also played the crucial game against Puducherry, thus paving the way for early exit of hosts Jammu and Kashmir in the mega event. Football enthusiasts alleged that much to the dismay of selected players of U-19 football..............

Normal life remains affected in Kashmir
Srinagar, Dec 9: Normal life was affected in Kashmir today due to the strike called by separatist groups though transport - both public and private - was plying in many parts of the city here. Most of the shops, fuel stations and other business establishments remained closed due to the strike. There was comparatively less public activity today because of the Friday as people apprehend law and order problems after the congregational prayers. The officials said schools and other educational institutions were closed. Similar reports were received from most......................

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SC modifies National Anthem order, exempts differently abled 
NEW DELHI, Dec 9: The Supreme Court today modified its order on the National Anthem and exempted physically handicapped persons from standing before screening of a movie in cinema halls across the nation. It also clarified that doors of theatres need not be bolted when the National Anthem is played. The order was passed by a bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra and Amitava Roy, which agreed to hear the plea seeking...........

Akbar takes dig at Sino-Pak friendship
NEW DELHI, Dec 9: In a veiled dig at Sino-Pakistan friendship, Minister of State for External Affairs M J Akbar today said a "mature" friend is far more valuable than a "hysterical" partner. Addressing the first India-China think-tank forum here, Akbar also said the time has come for India and China to regain the reputation of being a global manufacturing hub. He referred to the past when India accounted for 24 per cent............

 

J&K seeks 90 pc capital subsidy for setting up Community Radio Stations
NEW DELHI, DEC 9: Jammu and Kashmir today sought enhancement of the capital subsidy from existing 50 percent to 90 percent for setting up of Community Radio stations in the State. The issue was flagged by J&K's Director Information and Public Relations, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary at the 2-Day State Information Ministers Conference (SIMCON) which began at Vigyan Bhawan here today. SIMCON is being organized by the Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting first time after............

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Congress clears decks for India to become key defence partner    
Washington, Dec 9: The US Congress has cleared the decks for India to become a "major defence partner", with the Senate passing the 2017 National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) – the USD 618 billion American defence budget for 2017 – by 92 to 7 votes. NDAA 2017, which asks the defence secretary and the secretary of state to take steps necessary to recognise India..........

10 killed by blasts in Nigeria, Boko Haram blamed
Nigeria, Dec 9: Two explosions ripped through a market in northeast Nigeria’s Madagali town and a survivor said they killed at least 10 people. Boko Haram Islamic extremists were blamed for the attack on Friday morning on the edge of the group’s Sambisa Forest stronghold, which Nigeria’s military..........

US Congress conditions $400 million of $900 million aid to Pakistan
Washington, Dec 9: The US Congress has said that USD 400 million in aid to Pakistan cannot be released unless the defence secretary certifies that Islamabad is taking "demonstrable steps" against the Haqqani network, which is accused of targeting American interests. The 2017 National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) imposes four conditions on Pakistan to be eligible for USD 400 million of the USD 900 million of the..........

 
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