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AIBCU urges PM to fulfill promises
5/20/2018 1:21:51 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: State OBCs through AIBCU reminded the Prime Minister of his promises in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections and also asked him the reasons behind for not fulfilling all those promises. They highlighted promises which were made including promise to implement Mandal Report in the State. In J&K State where PM made many a times statement for the implementation of Mandal Report but BJP passed two reservation; Bills one for Pahari speaking person @ 3% and the other Economically weakers among upper castes only meant for the un-reserved categories (Gen. Category) who are already availing 80% of the State job quota. OBC representation in the Central Council of Ministry
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Teacher arrested for trying to rape student
5/20/2018 1:21:46 AM
Early Times Report Bhaderwah, May 19: A government teacher has been arrested for allegedly trying to rape a 13-year-old girl in a school in district, the police said today. The 48-year-old teacher, S K Manhas, was arrested from his house at Khellani village last evening after the girl's parents filed a complaint, alleging that the accused tried to rape her, said Muneer Khan, the Station House Officer of the Bhaderwah police station. The complaint alleged that the teacher called the girl to the classroom during the morning assembly on the pretext of searching her bag for lipstick. He then bolted the door and tried to rape her, Mr Khan said. The accused fled the government middle school
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RMPS organizes Kho-Kho inter section competition
5/20/2018 1:21:41 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: RM Public School organised a Kho-Kho inter sections competition for class 6th. Students took part in this activity in a very enthusiastic way. There was lot of excitement in the students during this competition. This was held under the supervision of building B incharge Arti Rajput and Co-ordinator of class 6th Arti Gupta. The Principal Ravinder Kour and Trustee of RMPS Rita Mengi gave blessings to the children and motivated them to took part in such type of activities.
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Women killed in road mishap
5/20/2018 1:21:34 AM
Early Times Report Vijaypur, May 19: A woman was killed in road mishap at Barian near Hanuman Temple in district Samba here today. The victim has been identified as Biro Devi (50) wife of Ashok Kumar resident of Shahpur Kandi Pathankot. According to the Police Sources, at around 2 pm the mishap occurred at Jammu Pathankot National highway near Barian in District Samba when a Tata mobile bearing registration No JK08E- 9971 coming from Vijaypur side when reached near Barian suddenly the driver lost the control and vehicle hit with a motorcycle bearing registration No PB35Y- 3543 who stand in the road side resulting she was critical injured and shifted to District Hospital Samba for treatm
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ETT Association criticizes Govt order on moral education
5/20/2018 1:21:29 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Taking exception to the government decision, making moral education mandatory in government schools, Jammu Private Schools and ETT Association (progressive) has said that the step seemed to be an outcome of merely so-called sentiments without consulting academician class. In absence of much needed morality, honesty and accountability within Govt. and its functionaries, seems impossible to measure the sanctity of said nurturing process of morality from innocents, association expressed. Day to day ugly exposures of our ruling class has almost shacked the faith of masses in general, so will be difficult to restore the charm of traditional values based char
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Sat Sharma declares Karate Championship Open
5/20/2018 1:21:25 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Sat Sharma, Minister for Housing and Urban Development today declared Jammu District Karate Championship Open. District Karate Championship has been organised in indoor multipurpose hall at MA Stadium organized by Jammu District Karate Association affiliated with AKAJK and recognised by J&K State Sports Council. In the ongoing tournament, more than 200 Karatekas Participated. The tournament was inaugurated by Sat Sharma, where as Ambedkar Gupta (joint Secretary KAI and General Secretary AKAJK), Rahil Gupta (vice president AKAJK ),Vishal Sharma (Advocate) (President District Jammu Karate Association and Satish Gupta, Indoor Manager presided over the fu
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RRLHS holds investiture ceremony
5/20/2018 1:21:19 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: The Investiture Ceremony of Regional Research Laboratory High School, Canal Road Jammu for the academic session 2018-19 was held here today in a special programme organized to bestow the deserving students of the senior wing with responsibility of leading the school from front. Dr. Zabeer Ahmed, Principal Scientist, Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (CSIR-IIIM) and the Manager of RRL High School was the Chief Guest at the function who along with Jagdish Sharma, Principal presented the badges and sashes to the newly elected students council of the School. The School is divided into four houses i.e. Raman House, Kalam House, Bose House, Aryabhata
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APS Damana organises Global Mock UN Conference
5/20/2018 1:21:11 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Army Public School Damana celebrated internationalism by organizing Mock UN Conference at Sand Model Multi- Utility auditorium of Chenab Brigade. The event was inaugurated by the Chairman of the school, Brig Abhijit Chandra, SM. The simulations of Mock UN revolved around the theme 'Expanding the Rights of Children' and it was aimed to sensitize students about the global issues, brain storm and plan collaborately as well as to develop their leadership and problem solving skills. Students from CBSE Schools including Army Public Schools and Public Schools of Jammu represented various countries with an invested interest in global affairs and UN policies s
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JWAM stages protest demonstration against ceasefire violation
5/20/2018 1:21:06 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Jammu West Assembly Movement (JWAM) members today staged protest demonstration against ceasefire violation by Pakistan, which claimed several innocent lives. The protesters burnt the effigies and flags of the Pakistan along Janipur High Court road against the killing of villagers on the LoC, many injured, ten thousand people have left their homes, schools closed, no medical treatment available to residents on the LoC villages. The prominent protestors are, Sham Saroop, Rajinder Verma, Harbans Tondon, Ram Kapoor, Chaman Pawar, Kala Kumhar, Ashok Khana, Kulwant Sharma, Dev Raj, Jetinder Gupta, Vicky, Babu, Ram Das, Sariq Khan and many others.
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Upgradation of GGMS Joura Kalan demanded
5/20/2018 1:20:59 AM
Early Times Report Doda, May 19: The poor public of village Joura Kalan in Tehsil Kahara of District Doda has witnessed great discrimination in many sectors but in Education Sector, the situation is worst. The lone Government Girls School Joura Kalan opened in the area about 40 years back, has not seen the attention of education authorities in terms of Up-gradation. Other similar Institutions opened in the area, Kencha, Joura Khurd, Tanta, Kahara, Nandana, Dadi Kathava etc, have been upgraded to Higher Secondary Schools or High Schools but Govt. Girls School Joura Kalan has hardly been granted Middle School few years back despite the fact that there is huge strength of girl students av
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3 years on, police fail to arrest rape accused
Victim threatens suicide
5/20/2018 12:17:43 AM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 19: A rape victim has threatened to commit suicide in a video, which is now viral on social media, alleging the police has not arrested the accused even after three years of her complaint. The complainant alleged that police have failed to arrest the accused under the influence of political pressure while police has been claiming to have proved rape case against the accused who is deliberately evading arrest. Alam Bi wife of Shamas Din r/o Panja in August 2015 approached the police against Vikram Sharma s/o Tilak Raj Sharma r/o Khark , both under Kalakot police station in Rajouri district, for forcibly committing rape with her. Police on her complaint b
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'CTA press note unwarranted, defamatory, vague, unlawful'
Distt admin to take action against unauthorised absentees
5/19/2018 11:57:04 PM
Early Times Report RAJOURI, May 19: District administration has taken strong exception to an unwarranted, unlawful and devoid of merits press note circulated by the College Teachers' Association Jammu terming its undue trade-unionism to cover unauthorised absenteeism, and an uncalled for interference in established Single Line Administration. The College Teachers Association in its press note had termed that Additional Deputy Commissioner is not competent to take cognizance of college teachers found on unauthorised absence, on the false ground of pay scales, a point which is far from reality and established legal procedure as well as Government orders in this regard as well as inherent
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JKNPP protests in favour of Jammu centric issues
5/19/2018 11:55:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) workers today staged protest demonstration at Exhibition ground Jammu. Under the leadership of Harshdev Singh the protesters had tied black bands on their forearms as a mark of resentment raised anti- govt slogans and torched the effigy of the BJP. Strongly condemning the spurt in violence especially on the borders following the declaration of the suspension of combat operations in J&K by the GoI, Harsh Dev Singh urged upon the Narendra Modi to revoke the decision of unilateral ceasefire which had backfired immediately after the said announcement. He said that in the wake of separatists and other ter
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Relative calm on border, day after intense cross shelling
5/19/2018 11:55:25 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: A day after intense cross shelling and firing by Indian and Pakistani troops left five people including a BSF soldier dead in Jammu, the situation on the International Border (IB) in Jammu region remained by and large peaceful but schools in the affected areas were closed as a precautionary measure for the second day today, officials said. Barring minor incidents of firing at two places during the night, the IB in Jammu, Kathua and Samba districts remained almost peaceful compared to the past few days, a senior BSF officer said. He said a few shots were fired at the Indian side in Samba and Akhnoor sectors in the early hours today. Four civilians and a
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PoK refugees seek better deal from PM
5/19/2018 11:55:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: An organisation of refugees from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) today addressed a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pressing for their demands that includes a bigger settlement allowance. The All JK PoK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum also called for a minority status to Hindus and Sikhs living in the state, its general secretary Surjeet Singh said. It handed over the memorandum to Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta at a function here. Modi travelled to Jammu and Kashmir today on a visit to all three regions of the state. Singh said the Modi-led government had sanctioned Rs 2,000 crore in 2015 at the rate of Rs 5.50 lakhs to each family
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MGNREGA job card holders allege misappropriation of funds
5/19/2018 11:55:07 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, May 19: Several job card holders of RDD block Paddar , Nagsani, Dachhan ,Marwah and Warwan, who have not got the payment for the work done have alleged that misappropriation of funds has been going on. They further alleged that payment of material have also been mis-appropriated by the officials during the period 2015 to 2017 which needed CBI investigation. Chairman Chinar Power Projects Workers Union Joginder Bhandari alleged that several officers have misappropriated funds and have utilized the embezzled money for purchase of plots and construction of well decorated banglows in Jammu, Kishtwar and Srinagar which should be probed.
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Centre approves one-year extension to J-K Chief Secretary on Mehbooba Mufti's request
5/19/2018 11:54:58 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, May 19: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary BB Vyas has been given one-year extension in service, beyond May 31, 2018. The Personnel Ministry has approved a request from the state Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for extension to Vyas. The ministry has approved extension in service of Vyas for a further period of one year, from June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019, an official order said. The move comes days after the Centre amended a rule to provide a longer tenure to the chief secretary. Till the new rule came into force, the state chief secretary superannuated on attaining the age of 60. With regard to others states, a Chief Secretary may get an extension in service, beyond th
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Rapist ties nuptial knot with victim, acquitted
5/19/2018 11:54:51 PM
Early Times Report Bhaderwah, May 19: Principal Sessions Judge Bhaderwah M.K. Sharma, acquitted one Fareed Ahmed S/O Ghulam Rasool R/O Drondi Kellar, Tehsil Bhalla, who was facing charge of rape with the allegations that he promised to marry the victim and induced the victim to cohabit with him. The victim submitted herself to sexual intercourse on the assurance of the accused to marry her but when the accused backtracked from the promise, the prosecutrix moved the police machinery and got the accused booked for the commission of offence of rape. Interestingly, during the course of trial, the accused submitted before the court that he never backtracked from the promise and is ready to
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NPP to launch mass movement in support of women work force in State
5/19/2018 11:54:33 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 19: Extending party's support to the agitating women work force, Jagdev Singh Jagga District Youth President Panthers Party questioned the state coalition government for its silence on the demand of Anganwari helpers/workers in state. Large number of Anganwari helpers /workers have launched protest demonstration at district level in state from past several months and government failed to address the genuine issues of agitators, regretted Jagga. Addressing the agitating Anganwari helpers/workers at DC office Udhampur, NPP District Youth President extended full support from the party for their genuine demands. He blamed that govt has failed to listen and
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GHSS Khour facilitates meritorious students
5/19/2018 11:54:20 PM
Early Times Report Khour, May 19: Govt HSS Khour today organized a facilitating programme for meritorious students of his school under the theme "shining stars of Khour, Jammu". Vice Chairman-Kisan Advisory Board, Daljeet Singh Chib was the chief guest while SDM Khour Davinder Bhagat was the guest of honour and Ajay Sharma, Principal GHSS Khour was the chief host. A unique celebrations were served by Principal and staff of the school which was appreciated by parents, students, teachers and SMDC members, head of different departments, SDM , MLA and & Vice Chairman Kissan Advisory Board. All the guests appreciated the Principal Khour for his dedication, devotion, passion and commitm
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Model Academy Hosts Gandhi Global Meet for UN Collaboration Projects
5/19/2018 11:54:12 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 19: Model Academy, a school of MIER today hosted the UN Collaboration Gandhi Global Meet of the Jammu Chapter in its campus. Total 11 reputed schools of Jammu joined hands in collaboration with UN Information centre to promote 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. Padamshree S.P Varma, Vice-president Gandhi Global Family was the Chief Guest. He was accompanied by Dr. Seema Rohmetra and Dr. Sapna Sangra Coordinators Gandhi Peace Foundation, Jammu Chapter, Rupa Gupta, Joint Director MIER and PK Srivastava, Principal Model Academy. KK Sharma-Advisor IIIM, Dr. Rajender Thappa, CMO-GMC, Dr. Rajneesh Khajuria, Assistant Professor, The Law school, The University of
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Ceasefire a decision to give people of state to live a peaceful life: Narendra Modi
Asks misguided youth to return, play role in development of JK
5/19/2018 11:35:38 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that decision to announce unilateral ceasefire in the state is a process aimed to give a chance to the people of Kashmir to live a peaceful and stress free life. The Prime Minister said that decision to announce has also been taken to 'expose' the elements who in the name of Islam are exploiting the sentiments of people. He asked the 'misguided' youth to join the mainstream so that they play their part in the progress and development of Jammu & Kashmir. Addressing a gathering here at Sher-I-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC), Modi said the people who opposed the ceasefire are
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Confrontation in ruling party leaders reason for absence of Rajouri mini-sect : Jan
5/19/2018 11:33:45 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 19: Terming confrontation between legislators and leaders of ruling BJP and PDP as a reason of absence of vital mini-secretariat in Rajouri, Youth wing of National Conference today accused state government for playing with the lives of masses by delaying construction of residential quarters in district hospital Rajouri which is a main health institution in entire Pir Panjal region. Addressing a press conference in Rajouri Press Club, Youth NC Provincial President Ajaz Jan said that 'Mini-Secretariat' is a vital institution and ensures easy approach for masses and proves vital in improving work culture also. " It is unfortunate that mini-secretariat in Raj
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Mehbooba Mufti 'forgets' governor during PM's event
5/19/2018 11:33:41 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 19: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti forgot to address state governor NN Vohra in a gaffe on Saturday at an event attended here by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As the chief minister was about to finish addressing them, she realised her mistake and apologised to the governor. "I am sorry I forgot to mention the name of Governor sahib. I hope he will excuse me," an embarrassed Mehbooba said before continuing with her speech. The prime minister was in Srinagar during his day-long visit to the state, covering the three regions Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.
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Unexploded mortar shell on roof top creates panic
5/19/2018 11:33:29 PM
Jammu, May 19: As precautionary measures, police have evacuated the family of Bachan Lal after an unexploded shell was found on the roof top of his house at village Rangpur Trewa falling under the jurisdiction of Arnia police station. Although, a hole was created on the roof top of the house but the mortar shell remained unexploded and police have covered the unexploded shell with sand bags. Police have send the requisition to the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) of Army for diffusing the unexploded mortar shell and tomorrow the BDS team likely to diffuse it. Police have evacuated all the family members of Bachan Lal son of Balakhi Ram of Rangpur Trewa and covered the shell with sand bags.
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Need for criminal justice was not felt as long as people were God fearing: HC
5/19/2018 11:33:23 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 19: Observing that as long as human beings were God fearing and had faith that their actions were being watched by the Almighty the need for the administration of criminal justice was not felt, the state High Court dismissed a petition. "…Evolution of mankind from primitive stage to the stage of social welfare State, the administration of criminal law assumed great importance. As long as human beings were Godfearing and had faith that their actions were being watched by the Almighty the need for the administration of criminal justice was not felt," a bench of Justice Sanjeev Kumar while dismissing a plea filed by one Farooq Ahmad Dar of Lachipora Handwa
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Police Inspector booked for dowry death
5/19/2018 11:33:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19 : Pacca Danga police booked an Inspector of Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) under relevant sections of dowry death of his wife. A woman namely Neha Basson, wife of Inspector Vivek Basson then posted in SSG (CM Security), resident of Exchange Road, Jammu, had died of a bullet injury on February 27 this year at her residence after which inquest proceedings under 174 CrPC were initiated in the case. According to SDPO City, DySP Varun Jandial, as per the statement recorded by the parents and other family members of the Neha Basson and the FSL report, which had established that the woman had died of bullet injuries, the inquest proceedings have been converted
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Modi opens new track to Vaishnodevi
5/19/2018 11:33:01 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw open a new seven-kilometre track to Vaishnodevi shrine today, offering pilgrims an alternative route to the temple overlooking Katra township. He opened Tarakota Marg and launched a ropeway to carry goods to the cave shrine of Mata Vaishnodevi through a remote inauguration at Zorawar Auditorium here. Modi said places of worship like Vaishnodevi and Amarnath shrines were important for the state's economy. "Lakhs of devotees come to these places," he said. He said the government is making efforts to ensure that pilgrims get better facilities and people of the state are financially benefited. "The train has reached Kat
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New passage to Mata Vaishno Devi attracting devotees, tourists
5/19/2018 11:32:10 PM
Early Times Report Reasi, May 19: The newly created passage to Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan from Banganga has become huge attraction of the devotees and tourists across the country, with its fascinating views and facilities provided along the road. This 13 kilometers long passage is so designed that the devotees can cover the distance without much physical effort as the gradual gradient of the road is ideal for pilgrims of every age unlike old passage which has sharp slope at many places. A num
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PM lays foundation of 1000 MWs Pakal Dul HEP, 52 kms Jammu Semi Ring Road projects
5/19/2018 11:31:17 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 19: Hailing the people of Jammu for upholding the tenets of harmony, inclusive sense, amity and brotherhood, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today said her Government has envisioned Jammu as an independent tourist destination for which many projects are in pipeline. Speaking at a function to lay the foundation of 1000 MWs Pakal Dul Hydro Electric Power project and 52 kilometre Jammu Semi Ring Road project here today, the Chief Minister said in present day worl
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Plastic polythene a great threat to human survival: WTH
5/19/2018 11:30:36 PM
Jammu, May 19: Addressing students of Government High School for Girls City Chowk Jammu, P K Ganju the senior resource person of the trust asked the students and teaching staff of the school to take initiative by minimizing use of plastic & polythene in the school as well as at their homes. The student community can become good messengers to spread the message to "Beat the Plastic", which is theme of the International Environment Day on 5th of June 2018 and India has been selected as host count
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Youth Congress Protest During Prime Minister Visit Over Border Killings
5/19/2018 11:30:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19 : Hundreds of Youth Congress activists today staged a strong protest demonstration here today during the visit of Prime Minister Shri Narinder Modi ji to lodge strong resentment over the continued causalities of Jawans and Civilians in record number of ceasefire violations and heavy shelling by Pakistan. Led by IYC Secretary In-charge J&K affairs Shri Sheshpal Singh & Pradesh Youth Congress (PYC) President Pranav Shagotra, a larger number of Youth Congress
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Women killed in road mishap
5/19/2018 11:27:06 PM
Early Times Report Vijaypur, May 19: A woman was killed in road mishap at Barian near Hanuman Temple in district Samba here today. The victim has been identified as Biro Devi (50) wife of Ashok Kumar resident of Shahpur Kandi Pathankot. According to the Police Sources, at around 2 pm the mishap occurred at Jammu Pathankot National highway near Barian in District Samba when a Tata mobile bearing registration No JK08E- 9971 coming from Vijaypur side when reached near Barian suddenly the drive
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JWAM stages protest demonstration against ceasefire violation
5/19/2018 11:26:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Jammu West Assembly Movement (JWAM) members today staged protest demonstration against ceasefire violation by Pakistan, which claimed several innocent lives. The protesters burnt the effigies and flags of the Pakistan along Janipur High Court road against the killing of villagers on the LoC, many injured, ten thousand people have left their homes, schools closed, no medical treatment available to residents on the LoC villages. The prominent protestors a
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