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Complete shutdown on 2nd day of Bandh, normal life disrupted   
JAMMU, AUG 1: Police resorted to cane-charge and teargas firing to disperse pro-AIIMS protesters at three places amid clashes in Jammu city, where a Bandh was observed for second consecutive day today over the demand for establishment of AIIMS in the region. The district.............

Dr Nusrat is Hony Secy Regional RCC Kashmir
GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, AUG 1: Governor N. N. Vohra, President, Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) J&K, has appointed, Prof (Dr.) Nusrat Andrabi, a senior and respected member of the State Managing Committee of the Indian Red Cross Society J&K for the past over 6 years as Honorary Secretary, Regional Red Cross Committee . Prof. Andrabi, a Professor of Urdu for 30 years, former Principal, Govt. College for Women......................

 
 
 
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CM condemns Mirgund attack, visits injured police personnel

GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, AUG 1: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Saturday visited Army Hospital to enquire about the health of the police personnel injured in a late night militant attack yesterday near Mirgund on Srinagar-Baramulla...............

 

Fresh batch leaves for the holy cave, over 3.15 lakh pay obeisance   

GJ REPORT
SRINAGAR, AUG 1: Fresh batches of pilgrims, including women, children and Sadhus, left Baltal and Nunwan Pahalgam base camps for the holy cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas, where over 3.15 lakh Yatris have paid obeisance since July 2.................

Pak violates ceasefire, fires mortars in Akhnoor sector
JAMMU, AUG 1: A day after the Border Security Force foiled an infiltration bid, Pakistan yet again violated the ceasefire by firing small arms and mortars on international border in Akhnoor area of this winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. "Pakistan Rangers this morning at around...............

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Lt Gen Rai takes over as Vice Chief of Army Staff
NEW DELHI, AUG 1: Lt Gen MMS Rai today took over as the Vice Chief of Army Staff while Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi, who is tipped to be the next army chief, replaced the former as the new General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Eastern Command in Kolkata. Rai replaced Lt Gen Philip Campose, who superannuated last evening.......................

Home Ministry holds high-level meet over ISIS
NEW DELHI, AUG 1: Union Home Ministry's high-level meeting with home secretaries and DGPs of various states began on Saturday to review the situation in the wake of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) threat. The meeting, chaired by Union Home Secretary LC Goyal in the national capital, will discuss efforts being made by the................

 

BJP raking up Hindu terror issue to polarize the country: Cong
NEW DELHI, AUG 1: The Congress on Saturday said the NDA government was trying to rake up the Hindu terror issue in a bid to divide and polarize the country. "The comment of the then home minister is being quoted out of context. It is a deliberate attempt on the part of the government..............

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MH370: Reunion debris discovery lifts hopes for missing flight clues 
KUALA LUMPUR, aug 1: Media reporters were barred tonight from a French defence site in Balma in south-western France, to where a piece of plane wing that could be from Flight MH370 was being taken. Analysis of aircraft debris found washed up on...............

New Taliban leader calls for unity in ranks in first audio message   
KABUL, Aug 1: New Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor called for unity in the movement in his first audio message released Saturday amid reports of rifts in their ranks following the announcement of the death of former chief Mullah Omar.................

Inquiry into litvinenko poisoning ends with a nugget of debris
LONDON, Aug 1: It provoked years of legal wrangling, diplomatic intrigue and dogged sleuthing by detectives from Scotland Yard seeking clues in abstruse nuclear science. But in the end, the mystery behind the poisoning death of Alexander............

 
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