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First encounter in J&K since abrogation of Art 370

SRINAGAR:  An SPO of Jammu and Kashmir police was killed while another cop was injured in an encounter with terrorists in Baramulla district on Tuesday night.

Let's go for indigenous defence manufacturing: Rajnath

NEW DELHI:  Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday that India needs to cut down dependency on foreign manufacturers in defence production and instead develop indigenous comprehensive capabilities.

Jalandhar DC orders to vacate 85 villages along river Satluj, rescue centers set up

JALANDHAR :Alarmed by the sudden rise in water level due to release of excessive water from Ropar Headwork, the Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police Navjot Singh Mahal, accompanied by MLA Hardev Singh Laddi, visited Shahkot Sub Division to oversee the arrangements made for tackling the flood like situation.

Pakistan plans Kashmir cell, desk at embassies

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has decided to set up a special cell on Kashmir at foreign office and a desk at all embassies in light of the Kashmir crisis.

Punjab CM Capt Amarinder hails PMs announcemnt of appointing Chief of Defence Staff

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder, an ex-soldier in the Indian Army, has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement of a Chief of Defence Staff for the country as a vital step in strengthening and streamlining the command structure for the country’s defence services.

Modi wants Naga talks to conclude in 3 months: Guv

KOHIMA: Nagaland Governor R.N. Ravi on Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed the need to conclude the Naga peace process within three months.

Pak summons Indian diplomat over ceasefire violations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner Gaurav Ahluwalia and condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian forces along the LoC that led to killing of two civilians.

Revoking Article 370 realised dream of 'One Nation, One Constitution': Modi

NEW DELHI: With the revocation of special status for Jammu and Kashmir, Indians can now say with pride 'One Nation, One Constitution', Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday, and outlined the future path of his government for the next five years, stressing on population control, cutting down on plastic use, drinking water for all, creation of a Chief of Defence Staff post and thrust on infrastructure.

Imran warns India against 'misadventure' in Pak soil

MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday warned India against any "misadventure" in Pakistan, saying "miscalculation" on the part of New Delhi would elicit a "tit-for-tat" response from Islamabad, amid heightening tensions between the two neighbours following India's move to revoke Article 370 granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

Hong Kong court bans protests from airport

HONG KONG: A Hong Kong court on Wednesday ordered demonstrators to cease their protests at the city's airport and stop obstructing its functioning, forcing them to leave the premises except for specially-designated areas, airport officials said.

We are alert for any eventuality: Army chief

NEW DELHI:  Army chief General Bipin Rawat said on Tuesday that the Army is committed to maintain cordial relations with the general public of Jammu and Kashmir even as the armed forces are prepared to deal with any threat from Pakistan.

Rajendra Singh Sethia Exclusive-I: From boom to bust to jail to acquittal -- 34-year-long journey of karma

NEW DELHI:  From London-based billionaire to the world's biggest bankrupt to derisively being described as Delhi's bootlegger, Rajendra Singh Sethia has seen a gamut of emotions, a roller-coaster life with a strong underpinning of karmic payback. This dogged karmic outlook keeps him afloat, sane and engaged with the world. The 72-year-old fought incessantly for 34 years till he was acquitted just last month.

Pesticides overkill in Punjab killing farm-friendly insects

AMRITSAR:  Amrik Singh, 46, a Bathinda-based farmer, was in despair after the entire cotton crop on his three-acre land was destroyed by whitefly in 2017. He then decided not to sow cotton anymore and switched to cultivate other crops, such as paddy.

Now Pak suspends Lahore-Delhi 'Dosti' bus service

ISLAMABAD:  After suspending two cross-border train services, Pakistan has announced to suspend the Lahore-Delhi friendship bus service, in the wake of India's moves on Kashmir.

On Kartarpur corridor project, India likely to wriggle out on the pretext of the Kashmir situation

MOGA: Alarmed at the emerging tense situation, Dal khalsa, SAD ( Amritsar)  and other Panthic bodies said India’s unilateral action to strip Kashmir of its special status and Pakistan’s natural reaction against it has triggered the possibility of war between both the nuclear neighbor. The fresh strains in Indo-Pak relations after India’s retrograde step revoking Article 370 is likely to cast a shadow on Kartarpur corridor and Gurpurab celebrations.

75K flood-affected persons evacuated in Maharashtra

MUMBAI:  In one of the biggest operations, various government agencies and the armed forces have rescued and evacuated around 75,000 flood-affected people, including 66,000 from the worst affected Kolhapur and Sangli districts, officials said here on Wednesday.

Taliban threaten to hit Afghan presidential poll rallies

KABUL: The Taliban on Tuesday warned that election rallies for Afghan presidential polls will be attacked, denouncing the democratic exercise due in September as a "ploy aided by foreigners to hoodwink common Afghans".

Pakistan calls joint session of Parliament over Kashmir issue

ISLAMABAD:  Pakistan President Arif Alvi has summoned a joint session of the Parliament on Tuesday to discuss the issue of Kashmir after India on Monday changed the status of the state. The armed forces chiefs are to attend it.

90 per cent work on Kartarpur Corridor done: Pakistan

LAHORE: Pakistan has completed 90 per cent work on the Kartarpur Corridor, from the zero line to the Gurdwara Nankana Sahib, ahead of its inauguration on the 550th birth celebrations of Guru Nanak in November.

Taj Palace to auction eminent artists' works on Aug 9

NEW DELHI: Works of eminent artists, including M.F. Husain, Amrita Sher-Gil, S.H. Raza, Jamini Roy and F.N. Souza which currently adorn the walls of Delhi's iconic hotel Taj Palace, will go under the hammer next week to raise funds for a charity and mark its 115th anniversary.


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