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Delhi court grants bail to accused in Pulwama attack conspiracy case
2/25/2020 7:01:01 PM
New Delhi , Feb 25 An accused in the Pulwama attack conspiracy was granted bail by a Delhi court after the National Investigating Agency (NIA) failed to file the charge sheet. Parveen Singh, a special NIA judge, in an order pronounced on February 18, observed that accused Yusuf Chopan is entitled to statutory bail. Chopan’s counsel apprised the court that his client is in custody since the last 180 days and the time for filing charge sheet has elapsed. Court asked the accused to furnish a personal bond of Rs 50,000 with one surety of like amount. He has also been asked to join the investigation as and when called. Court also directed him not to commit any similar offence, t
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Security forces arrest OGW in Pulwama
2/25/2020 7:00:40 PM
Srinagar, Feb 25 Security forces have arrested an Over Ground Worker (OGW) of a militant outfit in south Kashmir district of Pulwama, official sources said here on Tuesday. They said that following specific information, security forces raided a particular area in Kulbugh in Pulwama late on Monday night. “During the operation an OGW was arrested,” they said. The identity of the OGW was not immediately clear, they said, adding more details are awaited. Security forces have come down heavily from last less than two months on OGWs, who provide logistic support and shelter to militants. So far, since January 2020, about 50 OGWs of different militant outfits have been arrested in Kas
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Summer-like weather continues in Kashmir ahead of prediction of fresh snow, rain
2/25/2020 7:00:12 PM
Srinagar, Feb 25 People continued to enjoy summer-like weather on Tuesday due to bright sunshine while the night temperature settled above normal at most places in Kashmir valley, where fresh spell of rain and snow is predicted from Thursday onwards. A Met department spokesperson told that weather will mainly remain dry during the next 48 hours in Kashmir valley. However, he said a fresh Western Disturbance, which originated from the Arabian sea and is approaching the region though Afghanistan and Pakistan, will hit J&K on Thursday, resulting in wet weather. “A weather warning has been issued for Friday and Saturday during which heavy rain and snow would occur at isolated places
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Photography Workshop at IMFA enters 2nd day
2/25/2020 6:59:49 PM
Jammu, Feb 25 A Photography Workshop which opened at the Department of Applied Art at Institute of Music & Fine Arts (IMFA), University of Jammu on 24th February entered 2nd day with the exploring training in video- photography. Rakesh Negi, Principal Video Journalist with IBN 18 TV Channel, a professional photographer from New Delhi, was the resource person of the today’s workshop programme. Senior artist & columnist on art & culture, Jang S. Verman was the special guest during today’s workshop in which Negi made deliberations on the know- how of video- photography, technical knowledge of video cameras used in past and now, the technical aspects of shooting various events and doc
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Youth Congress holds protest against SRO 202
BJP betrayed educated youth of J&K on name of SRO 202: JKPYC
2/25/2020 6:59:24 PM
JAMMU Feb 25 : J&K Pradesh Youth Congress (PYC) on Tuesday staged protest against BJP Government at the Centre for not showing its serious concern towards the employees recruited under SRO 202, demanding its immediate revocation. The protest was held on the directions of J&K PYC President Uday Chib and was organized by Baber Choudhary, President DYC Jammu Rural in which the protesters assembled near Exhibition Ground and raised slogans against the anti-employee policies of BJP government. Talking to reporters, Avijot Singh, General Secretary JKPYC, criticized the policies of central government led by BJP and previous regime of BJP in J&K which has miserably failed to fulfill the demands
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Suspicious bag found on J-K highway, traffic suspended for three hours
2/25/2020 3:11:27 PM
Banihal/Jammu, Feb 25 : A suspicious bag was found on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway on Tuesday, following which traffic was suspended for three hours in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said. The bag, which contained a few liquor bottles, was spotted by people in an area in the district''s Chareel belt and they informed the army and police about it, they said. Security forces were cordoned off the area and traffic was suspended, the officials said, adding that traffic was restored on the highway after three hours
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Pak targets forward posts, civilian areas along LoC in Poonch
2/25/2020 2:38:39 PM
Jammu, Feb 25 :The Pakistan Army on Tuesday lobbed mortars and fired from small arms to target forward posts and civilians areas along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir''s Poonch district, officials said. The areas targeted were in Kirni, Qasba and Shahpura, they said. The firing and shelling has triggered panic in border areas. On Friday last, at least seven residential buildings were damaged in heavy Pakistani shelling along the Line of Control (LoC) in Shahpur, Dokri and Qasba areas in Poonch district. The Indian Army gave a befitting response to silence the Pakistani guns, they said. Ceasefire violations have increased manifold to push militants into Jammu Kashmir and sabotage p
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Swine flu scare at Supreme Court; six judges down with H1N1 virus
2/25/2020 2:37:45 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI: At least judges of the Supreme Court are currently suffering from swine flu, triggering health concerns over H1N1 virus. Two of the judges suffering from swine flu are on the nine-judge Constitution Bench hearing the Sabrimala verdict case, the hearing of which has been delayed as a result. According to reports, the six judges, suffering from H1N1 virus, did not attend court. Justice DY Chandrachud, while conducting the court proceedings, announced that all apex court judges held a meeting with Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde, over the case of six of their colleagues infected by H1N1 virus. Importantly, an apex court judge, Sanjiv Khanna, came to the court wearin
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Pressure on Pakistan to eradicate terrorism from its soil, says Donald Trump
2/25/2020 2:37:19 PM
NEW DELHI: On Day 2 of his ongoing India visit, US President Donald Trump will participate in various programmes in the national capital on Tuesday (February 25, 2020). In the morning, Trump and the First Lady would be accorded a ceremonial welcome at the forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhavan. From there, they would go to Rajghat to pay homage at the 'samadhi' of Mahatma Gandhi.
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Internet restrictions to continue in Jammu and Kashmir till March 4
2/25/2020 12:31:34 PM
Jammu: Internet restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir will remain operative till March 4 as the state administration stated that "VPNs are being misused by anti-national elements including handlers from across the border to bypass the Internet restrictions". "While assessing the impact of the directions relating to regulation of telecom services, issued from time to time, on the overall security scenario, it has come to fore that VPNs continue to be misused by ANEs, including handlers from across the border to bypass the internet restrictions, to coordinate with their operatives within the UT of J&K and plan terror acts and scale-up anti-national activities," read an official notification.
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Nirbhaya case: Supreme Court to hear Centre's plea to execute convicts separately
2/25/2020 10:55:23 AM
New Delhi: In the 2012 Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday (February 25) will hear a petition, filed by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), seeking a direction to execute the death row convicts separately. A three-judge bench, comprising Justice R Banumathi and Justice Ashok Bhushan and Navin Sinha, will hear the petition. The Centre had moved the top court as the Delhi High Court had on February 5 had rejected its petition saying that the death warrant of all convicts in the case should be executed together. Further, the High Court had observed that prison rules of Delhi do not state whether when the mercy petition of one convict is pending, the execution
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Man who fired at cops during violence in Delhi identified as Shahrukh, arrested
2/25/2020 10:55:05 AM
Agencies NEW DELHI: A man wearing a red T-shirt who opened fire at police personnel during violence which broke out after clashes between the Citizenship Amendment Act supporters and protesters in North East Delhi has been identified as ‘Shahrukh’. In a press conference late on Monday, the Delhi Police said that they have arrested the man in red T-shirt who opened fire at the cops. As of now, at least 76 people were injured in the violence that broke out following clashes between Citizenship Amendment Act and anti-CAA protesters in the national capital on Monday. In view of the situation, Section 144 of CrPC has been imposed at ten locations in North-East district of Delhi. Heavy pol
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Delhi violence: 76 injured, Section 144 imposed in some areas; Home Minister Amit Shah holds emergency meeting
2/25/2020 10:54:14 AM
NEW DELHI: At least 76 people were injured in the violence that broke out following clashes between Citizenship Amendment Act and anti-CAA protesters in the national capital on Monday. In view of the situation, Section 144 of CrPC has been imposed at ten locations in North-East district of Delhi. Heavy police deployment has been made in most sensitive areas like Jaffrabad, Maujpur-Babarpur, Gokulpuri, Johri Enclave and Shiv Vihar. Several trains are being terminated at the Welcome metro station as a precautionary measure. Meanwhile, the government sources on Tuesday (February 25, 2020) said that the violence appears to have been orchestrated to tarnish President Donald Trump’s ongoing v
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President Trump to visit Rajghat, hold talks with PM Modi on trade, defence deals on Day 2
2/25/2020 8:47:04 AM
Agencies On Day 2 of his ongoing India visit, US President Donald Trump will participate in various programmes in the national capital on Tuesday (February 25, 2020). In the morning, Trump and the First Lady would be accorded a ceremonial welcome at the forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhavan. From there, they would go to Rajghat to pay homage at the 'samadhi' of Mahatma Gandhi.
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