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‘350 militants waiting to sneak into J&K’

Jammu: Claiming that around 350 militants were waiting across the border to sneak into J&K, Army’s Northern Command chief Lt Gen D S Hooda Monday said army has increased deployment along Line of Control (LoC) to thwart any infiltration attempt by militants. “Recent floods have damaged the patches of fencing ...

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Baloch leader Talal Akbar Bugti passes away

Karachi: Senior Pakistani politician and Baloch nationalist leader Nawabzada Talal Akbar Bugti passed away in Quetta today after suffering from cardiac arrest. Talal Bugti, 63, the son of former chief minister of Balochistan and Baloch nationalist leader late Nawab Akbar Bugti, was a senior leader of the Jamhoori Watan Party ...

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‘AIIMS will be set up in Kashmir’

Srinagar: The J&K government Monday said All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) would be set up in Kashmir only. Minister for Education, Naeem Akther, said the government is committed to set up AIIMS in the Valley. “Jammu has IIT and IIM. Let the government facilitate setting up AIIMS in ...

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Few hours’ rain inundates Srinagar roads

Srinagar: Moderate rains lashed the Kashmir Valley on Monday, leading to water-logging at many places in Srinagar. The showers have inundated Srinagar’s roads as drains overflowed at many places. Portions of the Boulevard Road, which is thronged by tourists, were submerged under rain water. Official agencies frantically drained out the ...

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 Unemployment in Balochistan

Adnan Aamir On April 12, recruitment tests for vacancies in the education department of Balochistan started. These tests are being conducted by the National Testing Service in all districts of Balochistan. According to Saleem Kurd, coordinator of the NTS in Balochistan, over 100,000 people have applied for 4,200 vacancies in ...

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JKYDF expresses solidarity with earthquake hit Nepal

Srinagar: While expressing his deep sorrow and grief over the loss of precious human lives and property caused by a disastrous earthquake in Nepal and eastern India, Spokesman  Jammu and Kashmir Youth Development Forum(JKYDF) Mansoor Fazali  has expressed sympathies with the affected families. He also expressed his concern and anguish ...

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CM takes note of ‘illegal constructions’ in Srinagar

Srinagar: J&K Chief Minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed Sunday directed Srinagar Municipal Corporation to ensure that no illegal constructions take place in the summer capital. Chairing a high-level meeting to review development scenario of Srinagar, Mufti directed Commissioner SMC to ensure that people get building permissions in a hassle-free and time-bound ...

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