Saturday, February 24, 2018
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Our leaders let us down:-written by Ashok Raina
How would you able to deal with the situation?
 
Can a seed or plant grow without water? Answer is No because that every plant must have some water in order to survive. Gradually plant to trees to grow deep tap roots that reach to underground capillary water, they can survive the dry periods in the desert. The hundred percent literary rate claiming community Kashmiri pandits are still wandering for a drop of water in need of a drink from one stream to other waterway without keeping pump running. The Hindus of the Kashmir Valley, a large majority of who were known as Kashmiri Pandits, were forced to flee the Kashmir valley as a result of terrorism, on or after 20 January 1990. Beside represents the living component of the connectedness of Kashmir with India by means of history and geogra....
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ACHING COMMENTARY ON J&K ASSEMBLY:- WRITTEN BY ASHOK RAINA
 
Performance and production of legislative body in state of J&K itchy to eye for their character and job task role in slapstick, herald contestant manner “Pakistan Murdabad – Pakistan Zindabad is not barely an act of misfortune or tragedy in narration but are recollections of those substances mount up from the defiant lobbyist marcher systematize from very long period of time undesirably in the special grade state. I feel necessitate to call for your attention to realize with large extent about the certainty of your first-rate selected representatives and their compassion as well deepest and sociable relations with you. It was unsurprising from the present coalition BJP-PDP supervision rule when foremost folio of their comedy chapter has ....
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Pose government to Stop the injustice with KP community:-S.K Bhat
 
New Delhi 01 February 2018:-(chief Bureau) The national party president of Vistasta Sangarsh Samiti New Delhi Mr. Shiv Kumar Bhat has asked the centre as well as state government to stop the injustice attitude towards the minority community Kashmiri Hindus shortly. While addressed the congregation party meet held in New Delhi early this morning he conveyed and warning the both state as well centre government the minority community Kashmiri Hindus will not tolerate or accept any in discrimina....
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LOTUS THE GOLDEN EGG FOR KASHMIR:-Written by Ashok Raina
 
Jammu Ashok Raina 01st Feb 2018 You knows only that hen lays eggs to help the liveliness for promotion of get-up-and-go strongly physical muscle but you dear have not heard that Lotus have lays golden eggs in the cultivated fabricated nests around the Dal lake in Kashmir I don't know may be you feel yourself out of the ordinary after discovery of the golden eggs found in the nests around the Dal Lake in Kashmir but the estimate and quantity of nests is not incorrect . After I heard the rumo....
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NSF demands independent judicial probe, Chief Minister’ intervention
Raj Bhawan clips wings of JUVC, restricts taking policy decisions, conduct of interviews: NSF
 
Jammu: Januay 30,2018: In yet another severe blow to the under hands means being tactfully applied by Prof Ramji Dass Sharma to accommodate his favourites on various important positions mischievously at the fag end of his three years tenure, Raj Bhawan has also issued directive to both the Vice Chancellors of state universities not to take any policy decision or undertake any selection process in their respective varsities. This was stated by Dr Vikas Sharma, Chief, National Secular Forum (....
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REAL FACE OF KASHMIR HIDES FROM VIEW:- By Ashok Raina
 
Naturally gifted emerald valley Kashmir in world globe inhabitants across the country having a trip of desires like me with fantasy dreams but would not take apart exactly whenever you like to perceive them through your mind’s eye virtually as well as practically. You definitely come across with amazing panorama and shows that exclusively outline unrelated situate. You dear have listen to proverb truth always subsists but dreams or only thoughts never get-together the world. I accepted the path of legitimacy and veracity that also determines you with clued-up of that certainty which I searched out from the mirror of Kashmir. The real face of Kashmir hides from view that can swindle all and sundry. The way of thinking of the people in K....
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PM Modi holds bilateral talks with ASEAN Leaders
 
New Delhi 25 January 2018 Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds talks with leaders of Thailand, Singapore and Brunei; discusses issues of regional and international interests; more bilateral meetings scheduled today with visiting dignitaries. The Prime Minister also held bilateral meeting with Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong. The Prime Minister will also hold bilateral meetings with Sultan of Brunei and Indonesian President Joko Widodo later in the day. On the eve of the ASEAN-India Commemo....
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Singapore PM praises PM Modi's 'Act East' policy
 
New Delhi 25 January 2018 Reviving millennial partnership with India, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi; in an article, he said PM Modi's 'Act East' policy and 3-C i.e. Commerce, Connectivity, Culture formula for strengthening engagement with ASEAN speaks to our broad-based cooperation. He said India and ASEAN have around 30 platforms for cooperation, including an annual Leaders' Summit and seven Ministerial Dialogues. India has participate....
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We need rigorous empirical research to make good, people-centric policies: VP
 
New Delhi 25 January Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that we need rigorous empirical research to make good, people-centric policies. He was addressing the gathering after releasing the book ‘Staniya Svasasan Mei Addhi Aabadhi’ authored by Dr. Sadhana Pandey, in New Delhi on Thursday. The Vice President quoted a report based on a sample survey of women representatives elected to the position of Sarpanch in gram panchayats: Most of women elected to these positions are in the ....
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69th Republic Day: Ahead of celebrations, security in Kashmir Valley beefed up
 
Srinagar 25 January In Jammu & Kashmir, the security across Kashmir has been beefed up ahead of the Republic Day. The deployment of Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel has been augmented all over the city including in Lal Chowk, Budshah Chowk, Civil Secretariat and Old Secretariat areas in Srinagar. The movement of people is also monitored through the CCTV cameras that are installed at various places in the city. Surprise checks of vehicles and frisking of pedestrians are being conducted including at all entry and exit points in the summer capital Srinagar. Similar security arrangements have also been put in place in all district headquarters. An advisory has also been issued to maintain utmost vigil in the bord....
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Local News
Burglar broken shutters decamped with cash and costlier items in Jagti
Pak should follow PM Modi’s advice on joint fight against poverty: Mehbooba Mufti
NSF flays JU VC for crossing the red line, goes ahead to conduct interviews for important positions
Gurezi for ensuring hassle-free chopper services between Bandipora & Gurez
Dr Drabu chairs maiden meeting of SKIMS Management Committee
4 Private Members’ Resolutions moved in LC
WSS proposed for Chhangam Sarthal, Kishtwar: Sham Lal
3 Degree Colleges functioning in Poonch district: Altaf Bukhari
Army organizes "Al- Shifa" Medical camp at Hajan
Roadmap announced for regularization of daily rated workers: Dr Drabu
 
Opinion
4th pillar of democratic system hijacked ---!
YELLOW JOURNALISM IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Flood warnings as snow makes way for heavy rains
Ukip deputy leader and immigration spokesperson resign over Henry Bolton’s refusal to quit
PWC’s six-step plan to avoid another Oscars envelope fiasco:-By sernia sandhu
Why black plastic is hard to recycle and why Waitrose has pledged to stop using it-By Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
Amazon opens cashless supermarket without tills where customers ‘just walk out’:-Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
‘Children deserve better’: Youngsters most disadvantaged by cuts to public health services:-Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith
‘Class bias’ prevents poorer students from succeeding at university:- Chris Green
Schools in England opt out of international tolerance and cultural awareness test:- Sernia Sandhu
 
Nation/World
Chhattisgarh: 4 security personnel killed in encounter with Maoists in Narayanpur district
President Ram Nath Kovind to address the nation on the eve of the 69th Republic Day today
China hails PM Modi's speech against Protectionism at World Economic Forum in Davos
North Korea sends rare announcement to all Koreans, calls for unification
UNSC sanctions monitoring team reaches Pak amid mounting global pressure on Islamabad to act against Hafiz Saeed
Sri Lankan navy arrests eight Indian fishermen
Sri Lankan navy arrests eight Indian fishermen
On National Voters' Day, PM urges all eligible voters to register themselves and strengthen the democracy with their participation
Skiers rescued by helicopter after night on freezing mountain
Egypt court rejects transfer of Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
 
Sports
Rakhi Halder creates new national record in Women Senior National Weightlifting Championships
Four-Nation Hockey: India beat New Zealand 3-2 in opening match
Indonesia Masters: Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu enter second round with contrasting wins
3rd Test INDvsSA: South Africa to resume their first innings
Australian Open Tennis: Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki set up final clash in the Women's Singles
England beat India A by 3 wickets in warm-up game
Jimmy Adams appointed new West Indies director
Jimmy Adams appointed new West Indies director
England beat India A by 3 wickets in warm-up game
Zulfkar Ali reiterates Govt’s commitment to build quality sports infrastructure
 
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