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Pulwama Terror Attack: Jammu observes total shutdown amid violence, curfew imposed, mob torches vehicles, 8 injured

 

 

 

Jammu,  February 15: The District Administration Jammu has imposed curfew in this winter capital of the state after violence erupted amid total shutdown as mob torched over a dozen vehicles and damaged many in protest against the Pakistan while around eight persons including cops also suffered injuries.

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Governor addresses the concerns of Kargil

JAMMU, FEb 15: The Hon’ble Governor, Shri Satya Pal Malik today met the All Party...

Dogra Front & Shiv Sena take out protest against the cowardly attack on the CRPF...

JAMMU, FEB 15: The terrorists targeted a CRPF convoy, which was moving from Jammu to...

Restoration peace with fundamental rights is only way out to end violence & anti-state terror...

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: “Everyone in the world including Big Powers have condemned the terror attack...

Restoration peace with fundamental rights is only way out to end violence & anti-state terror...

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: “Everyone in the world including Big Powers have condemned the terror attack...

ARMY CONDUCTS MEDICAL CAMP AT SARSOTE

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: To ameliorate the medical problems of populace in far flung and remote...

Declare Pakistan a terrorist Nation: Harsh

Jammu, Feb 15: Condemning with full vehemence Pakistan’s most cowardly attack on CRPF Jawans in...

MANY YOUTH & OTHERS FROM GUJJAR & RAJPOOT COMMUNITIES JOINED AAM AADMI PARTY

JAMMU, FEB 15: Yesterday evening, it was a grand occasion for AAM AADMI PARTY when...

Governor condemns attack on CRPF Convoy

Jammu, February 14: Governor Satya Pal Malik has strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a...

Shrine Board and Municipal Committee Katra hold joint meeting for development of civic amenities in...

Katra February 14 : A joint meeting of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board and...

Women are indebted to PM Modi: Rekha

JAMMU, FEB 14: The recently launched nationwide programme of "Mera Parivar Bhajpa Parivar"is receiving overwhelming...

“Mission Dal Lake” is a great initiative : Khanna

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BJP welcomed decision of extending LOC benefit to IB dwellers in J&K

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Ceasefire violations increased

Ever since the unilateral ceasefire, announced by the union government, militancy has shown a sharp rises, as during last a couple of months, a good number of militants have been eliminated, besides the militancy  attacks in the valley, the Pak troops have also shown their aggressive face and has indulged in large scale ceasefire violations on the IB and LOC. No doubt, the Indian troops are giving a befitting reply to these violations and have demolished various posts of Pak. This flare-up on have triggered tension on LOC.

It is not for the first time that Pakistani forces have resorted to ceasefire violations. It has been observed that Pak forces have always resorted to ceasefire violations to provoke Indian forces, who are giving a befitting reply every time. The main aim of these ceasefire violations is that Pak tries to make infiltrations to push as many militants as it could to this side of the border before the snow covers the routes, to sustain militancy in the valley. But our valour forces are making these attempts futile and these militants are either killed on the border or are forced to return back to Pak.

Though the forces have maintained high vigil and the riverine segments of international borders of the country are being patrolled and dominated with the help of water crafts/ speed boats/floating Border out posts of Border Security Force water wings, yet Pakistan is desperately trying to sneak militants inside the border, and have assembled them on the launching pads near the borders. The security forces have foiled a number of infiltration bids, which the Pak is carrying out to revive the dying militancy in the state. The government needs to take tough action against the disruptive elements in the state, so that militant activities in the state are reduced. The government needs to take appropriate measures to check the rising incidents and provide fool proof security to the civilian. The government should also increase the alertness on the borders, so that the infiltration attempts can be checked and cease fire violations are given a befitting reply.

 

 

 

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  • Crime against women

          RAJNI SHARMA From the beginning of 90's, the crime rate in the state showed an increasing trend. It has been due to the militancy in the Kashmir valley, where the fear of law has almost came to an end.

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Governor addresses the concerns of Kargil

 

 

 

JAMMU, FEb 15: The Hon’ble Governor, Shri Satya Pal Malik today met the All Party Co-ordination Committee members from Kargil district to understand and resolve the concerns

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Dogra Front & Shiv Sena take out protest against the cowardly attack on the CRPF Jawans

 

 

 

JAMMU, FEB 15: The terrorists targeted a CRPF convoy, which was moving from Jammu to Srinagar and had over 70 vehicles and more than 2,500 personnel. 40 Jawans were killed in the attack that took place on the Jammu-Srinagar highway in Awantipora's Goripora area. The workers of DOGRA FRONT

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Restoration peace with fundamental rights is only way out to end violence & anti-state terror in J&K

 

 

 

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: “Everyone in the world including Big Powers have condemned the terror attack yesterday in Kashmir Valley, J&K State. That should give a clear idea to the Parliament of India that all the Members of the United Nations have expressed sympathy with India and condemned the terrorist attacks

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Restoration peace with fundamental rights is only way out to end violence & anti-state terror in J&K

 

 

 

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: “Everyone in the world including Big Powers have condemned the terror attack yesterday in Kashmir Valley, J&K State. That should give a clear idea to the Parliament of India that all the Members of the United Nations have expressed sympathy with India and condemned the terrorist attacks

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ARMY CONDUCTS MEDICAL CAMP AT SARSOTE

 

 

 

UDHAMPUR, FEB 15: To ameliorate the medical problems of populace in far flung and remote areas, a Medical Camp was conducted at Sarsote village of Rajouri district by Indian Army. Sarsote

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Declare Pakistan a terrorist Nation: Harsh

Jammu, Feb 15:  Condemning with full vehemence Pakistan’s most cowardly attack on CRPF Jawans in which 44 Jawans were martyrd, scores of Panthers activists spearheaded by Mr. Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and Mr. Yash Paul Kundal, State President Young

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MANY YOUTH & OTHERS FROM GUJJAR & RAJPOOT COMMUNITIES JOINED AAM AADMI PARTY

 

 

 

JAMMU, FEB 15: Yesterday evening, it was a grand occasion for AAM AADMI PARTY when as an  outcome of sincere efforts of prominent youth AAP activists namely Choudhary Aslam Kohli & Usman Kohli (panch of Chowadhi Panchayat) in coordination of S. Paramveer Singh, 23 youth & others from Gujjar & Rajpoot communities of Upper Chowadhi (partially part of Samba assembly segment)

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Governor condemns attack on CRPF Convoy

Jammu, February 14: Governor Satya Pal Malik has strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy  at Pulwama in which many CRPF personnel lost their lives.  He has conveyed his grief and sincere sympathy

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Shrine Board and Municipal Committee Katra hold joint meeting for development of civic amenities in Katra town

 

 

 

Katra February 14 : A joint meeting of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board and newly constituted Municipal Committee, Katra, was held at the Spiritual Growth Centre here today. Mr. Simrandeep Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board; Mr. Vimal Indu, President, Municipal Committee, Katra; Dr. Jagdish Mehra, Chief Executive Officer, Municipal Committee, Katra; and Mr. Deepak

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