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Manufacture of below 50-micron polythene banned in JK: Lal Singh

Kathua, November 29:

Minister for Forest, Environment and Ecology, Choudhary Lal Singh on Wednesday said the Government is taking all possible measures to prevent pollution of State’s environment and ecology adding that the Pollution Control Board (PCB) has been asked to strictly follow the guidelines of the Government and take stern action against the defaulters.

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DB dismissed appeal and upheld the quashment order of medico’s premature retirement

Jammu, AUGUST-25

Today a big-jolt to State in dead-wood case when Division Bench of State High Court Comprising Chief Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey dismissed the LPA filed by the State against the judgment of Writ Court whereby Writ Court quashed the premature retirement order of Dr. Riaz.

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ICC Champions Trophy: Dominant India set up blockbuster Pakistan final

New Delhi, June 15

India dished out a clinical performance to book a record fourth final appearance at the ICC Champions Trophy after sweeping aside Bangladesh in a one-sided affair in Edgbaston on Thursday. Powered by a measured century from Rohit Sharma (123*) and a brisk fifty from captain Virat Kohli (96*), India coasted to a nine-wicket win, chasing down 265 in 40.1 overs.

With this win, defending champions India set up a mouth-watering title clash with Pakistan on Sunday - a team they thrashed earlier

Champions Trophy: Virat Kohli Has To Stick To What's Worked For Him, Says Rahul Dravid

NEW DELHI JUNE 16

Former India captain Rahul Dravid said on Friday that Virat Kohli should avoid making any changes to the current team for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final clash against arch-rivals Pakistan on Sunday, June 18. India beat Bangladesh by nine wickets to advance to the final and is one step away from lifting the title. This clash will be the second time that these two teams will be meeting in an ICC final. Their previous clash came in the final of the 2007 T20 World Cup when India won by five runs.

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On a day when Sarfaraz Ahmed mastered chaos, Sri Lanka did a Pakistan themselves, in the wrong way

Sri Lanka roared, cruised, spluttered, then roared again and then finally imploded, similar to South Africa against India on Sunday, to knock themselves out of the Champions Trophy in Cardiff on Monday.

Oh and their opponents? Pakistan, but we won’t talk about them.

Right from the beginning of the match, there was the feeling that Sri Lanka were the better batting side. And they certainly started like that. Despite the early loss of Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis and Niroshan Dickwella were motoring. In particular, Mendis was playing some delectable shots in an easy-on-the-eye, old-fashioned style. It needed something special to dismiss him and it was Hasan Ali going through his defences in a similarly old-fashioned reverse-swinging style. As if to make things worse, Dinesh Chandimal also dragged on two balls later.But we won’t talk about Pakistan.

Read more: On a day when Sarfaraz Ahmed mastered chaos, Sri Lanka did a Pakistan themselves, in the wrong way

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          There has been agreat increase in the ceasefire violations on the LOC since past few days. Pakistani forces have resorted to unprovoked firing on forward Indian posts on the LOC in Mankot sector in Mendhar, poonch and martyred another Army soldier...

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