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Durbar shift: Ten tough days ahead in Jammu and Kashmir

(The New Indian Express): NEW DELHI: Security agencies are gearing up for a bloody summer in Kashmir between April 28 and May 8, when the Secretariat will shift from winter capital Jammu to Srinagar in the annual ‘Durbar Move’. Military intelligence inputs suggest foreign militants hiding..

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Woman held with 80 packets of narcotic drugs in UP

(The New Indian Express): MUZAFFARNAGAR: A woman has been arrested with 80 packets of narcotic drugs at Gogvan village in Shamli district, police said today. Acting on a tip-off, Ruksana was arrested last evening and the 80 packets of the narcotic drugs was seized from her possession, they..

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BJP will meet Congress’ fate soon: Shiv Sena

(The New Indian Express): MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena on Monday took a jibe at its ally the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and said its saffron partner in its incumbent times was enjoying the same political status as Congress used to do in its glorious time and hence, will meet a similar fate..

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Lance Naik Roy Mathew suicide: SC issues notice to Army

(The New Indian Express): NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to the Central Government and the Army after hearing a PIL filed by a journalist, who alleged that ‘sahayaks’ and other lower rank staff in the Army were allegedly forced to do domestic and menial chores for the..

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Bihar Legislative Assembly approves GST

(The New Indian Express): PATNA: The Bihar Legislative Assembly today unanimously adopted the Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill along with the Bihar taxation (Amendment) Bill.      With ruling JD(U), RJD, Congress and even opposition BJP and its NDA partners in support of GST, the House..

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Start talks now, also with Pakistan: Farooq Abdullah

(The New Indian Express): SRINAGAR: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah today urged the Centre to immediately begin talks with all stakeholders including Pakistan for peace in Kashmir, without waiting for the situation to improve. "Talk now. You have to talk now and talk to stakeholders..

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Six more airports to go handbag tags free; trial begins

(The New Indian Express): NEW DELHI: Six more airports in the country could soon do away with the practise of stamping passengers' hand baggage tags, after few prominent ones ushered in the new system from April 1. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), tasked to guard 59 civil..

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