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Monday, September 1, 2014
Quick News Speaker gives away awards to media persons | Omar slams govt for suspending talks with Pakistan | After busy day in Kyoto, Modi arrives in Tokyo for summit talks | PM Modi visits ancient Buddhist temple in Japan | Govt's stand key to minority status to KPs | Fear persists as border dwellers return home | Bill on reservation in job for Paharis passed | "Coporates find marked diff in govt functioning in 100 days" | Prez to visit Jammu today | Rajnath Singh to attend SAARC Home Ministers' meet in Nepal | Rift in Khan's party over march to PM House,4 leaders expelled | NPP hold protest against VC JU for prefixing appointments | Jhajjar Kotli to be developed as major tourist spot | J&K LA website improves transparency & accountability of legislature | Heritage Strings - 'School of Rock', Bakshi Nagar ,City Square Mall, Concludes 'Monsoon Masti" | Rajendra reviews security arrangements, asks for coordinate efforts | Kounsar Nag Yatra Prabandhak Samiti meets Governor | DDC reviews progress under various schemes | Governor inaugurates Kalika Dham | Altaf inaugurates school building | Peerzada distributes engagement order among 86 Teachers | Gurezi conducts extensive tour of Sonawar constituency | Need for Sustainable and Collective Development: Mir | JK witnessed massive development in all spheres: Bhalla | Governor reviews progress of SMVDIME | Mediclaim Insurance Policy making mockery of Varsity Scientists and Officers: SKUAST- TAJ | EPFO Refunds RTI Fees to Information Seeker' | ERWA members join PDP | NSF holds convention, constitutes unit for Bani | NC,Cong, BJP will be decimated in elections: Waffa | Police arrests motorcyclist | 5th batch of Hajj pilgrims leave for Medina Munawara | Minor dies, 1 injured in road accidents | Two-day 'Kashir conference' concludes | Need to create awareness about public health Need to create awareness about public health | Pak Protests: Two killed, 450 injured in police crackdown | PM Modi gets detail briefing on Kyoto’s ancient tradition, development | Shinzo Abe lauds Indo-Japan historical ties ahead of summit talks | Iraq launches drive to break jihadist siege of Amerli | US Airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town | ‘I am Modi and you are Mori’: PM to Kinkakuji temple triest | Pakistan: Police blocks road leading to Sharif’s Lahore residence | German security official warns of terror threat | 23 people killed in Afghanistan crash | Jharkhand Police's initiative against naxals successful: DGP | Assembly elections to be delinked, M’ashtra, Haryana dates may be in Oct | Shivraj Patil pens memoir, makes no mention of 26/11 terror attacks | Goa: Mridula Sinha sworn-in as Governor | Govt to launch scheme to help children of cops in higher education | Think out of the box to address nation's Health isuues: Vardhan to Doctors | Pakistan should mend its ways, avoid tension with India: Javadekar | US Post Service to Honour Akkineni Nageswara Rao by Issuing Stamp | Teacher’s Day: States pulling out all stops to Help schoolkids listen to PM | Understanding postcolonial Muslim politics | Old and new fault lines in Uttar Pradesh | Talk to ease tensions | Constitutional duty underlined |
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National News
Jharkhand Police's initiative against naxals successful: DGP
Jamshedpur Aug 31:The "stringent steps" taken by the Jharkhand Police against naxal activities have yielded results, with the state recording 35 per cent decrease in naxal-related incidents this year compared to the previous years, Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar said today. Barring a nax... More
Assembly elections to be delinked, M’ashtra, Haryana dates may be in Oct
Shivraj Patil pens memoir, makes no mention of 26/11 terror attacks
Goa: Mridula Sinha sworn-in as Governor
Govt to launch scheme to help children of cops in higher education
 
Business News
Novartis shares rally after multibillion-dollar deals with GSK, Lilly
Novartis share price rallied on major international benchmark indices after the Swiss pharmaceutical giant and British group GlaxoSmithKline announced a major shake-up of their healthcare divisions on Tuesday in deals worth billions of dollars.Following the news, Novartis saw its share price soar 2... More
Rupee rises another 32 paise to fresh two-month high of 61.07
 
Sports News
Sports meet on National Sports Day at Sprawling Buds
JAMMU, Aug 29: Sprawling Buds School Bantalab organised sports meet, involving young students in various activities, to pay tributes to hockey legend, Major Dhyan Chand on National Sports Day, here today. The day-long sports activities commenced with fun races which included Lemon and Spoon race, ... More
DPS team wins SMVDSB sports quiz
APS Akhnoor wins volleyball title
DPS Katra XI wins football match
Aadish of SRML wins sprint gold
 
 
Top News
Speaker gives away awards to media persons
SRINAGAR, Aug 31: The Speaker, Mubarak Gul today gave awards to 36 media persons at an impressive function held in the lawns of legislature complex today. The awards have been given to the media persons for their performance. Those awarded include, S. Gurjeet Singh, The Latest, Arun Joshi, The Tribune, Saleem Pandit, Times of India, Mukhtar Ahmed, CNN, Manoj Koul, ETV, Inayat Jehangir, PTI, Zora... More
Omar slams govt for suspending talks with Pakistan
New Delhi, Aug 31: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today attacked the Narendra Modi government for suspending talks with Pakistan over a "cup of tea" with separatist Hurriyat Conference and said India has set up a difficult benchmark for resumption of talks. Speaking on a variety of issues including the resolution passed by the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council seeking resumpt... More
After busy day in Kyoto, Modi arrives in Tokyo for summit talks
Ajay Kaul
Tokyo, Aug 31: Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew to Tokyo today for crucial summit talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe tomorrow ow after an overnight stay in Kyoto where he visited two ancient Buddhist temples with the latter accompanying him in a significant gesture. During his hectic schedule in Kyoto on the second day of his five-day visit to Japan, Modi also sought Japanese help t... More
PM Modi visits ancient Buddhist temple in Japan
Kyoto, AUG 31: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today began second day of his tour to Japan with a visit to the ancient Toji Temple here. He was accompanied by his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe when he went around the famous temple. He was at the temple complex for about half an hour during which he enquired about the history of the eighth- century Buddhist pagoda. Chief Monk Mori took the Prime... More
Govt's stand key to minority status to KPs
New Delhi, Aug 31: The demand by Kashmiri Pandits that they be given minority status may not make much headway unless the Jammu and Kashmir government takes the legislative route in this regard. The National Commission for Minorities Act is not extended to the state due to its special constitutional status and, official sources said, minority status for the Pandits would first require it to make... More
Fear persists as border dwellers return home
Anil Bhatt
R S Pura Border, Aug 31: As guns fell silent, over 4,000 border villagers returned to their homes in dozens of hamlets along the International Border (IB) in Jammu sector amid fear of firing and shelling by Pakistani troops. After the truce called by Indian and Pakistani forces at flag meetings recently, normal life resumed in the region today as people were seen cleaning their homes and doing o... More
Bill on reservation in job for Paharis passed
Srinagar, Aug 31: Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly has passed four Bills including the one which will give five per cent reservation in jobs to Pahari-speaking people of the state. The Legislative Assembly yesterday passed by voice vote the Bill amending the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Act, 2004, which was moved by Minister for Law Mir Saifullah. The objective of the Bill is to provide ... More
"Coporates find marked diff in govt functioning in 100 days"
New Delhi, Aug 31: In a thumbs up for the Narendra Modi-led NDA government ahead of completion of 100 days in office, most corporate leaders are finding a marked difference in style of functioning of the government with a strong focus on accountability and execution with ear-to-ground approach. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has earned a ranking of eight out of 10 in an India Inc survey," Assocha... More
 
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International News
Pak Protests: Two killed, 450 injured in police crackdown
Islamabad, Aug 31: At least two persons were killed and about 450 others injured overnight when police baton- charged hundreds of anti-government protesters led by Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri who marched towards Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's residence here demanding his resignation. The clashes ... More
PM Modi gets detail briefing on Kyoto’s ancient tradition, development
Shinzo Abe lauds Indo-Japan historical ties ahead of summit talks
Iraq launches drive to break jihadist siege of Amerli
US Airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town
 
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