Hema Malini's driver arrested, actress undergoes surgery

altJPNN/Jaipur /Jul 03, 2015/Actress and BJP MP Hema Malini's driver was today arrested on charges of overspeeding and causing death by negligence after her Mercedes collided with another car, killing a four-year-old girl and injuring the actress along with four others last night.The 66-year-old actress underwent a surgery for her wounds at Fortis hospital here and was doing fine, doctors attending to her said. She was also treated for a minor fracture on her nose.Ramesh Chand Thakur, who was driving Hema's car when it met with the accident in Dausa, 60 km from here, has been arrested at Kotwali Thana in Dausa,

Mirwaiz: Shun greed, drugs - learn true spirit of holy Ramadan

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/June 25, 2015/Throwing light over the significance of the month of Ramadan, APHC Chairman and head of Mutheida Majlis-e-Ulema, Mirwaiz Dr Molvi Muhammad Umar Farooq Thursday said that the month of blessing inculcates good qualities in a man so that he plays his role responsibly towards building a better society based on Islamic values. Addressing a large gathering at Masjid Surteing, Rainawari, Mirwaiz stated that the sacred month of Ramdan provides us a unique opportunity to deal with social and economical problems, adding, it also inculcates in us fraternity and mutual bonhomie to collectively stand the issues of concern. He said that it was highly unfortunate that being a Muslim majority state, instead of showing compassion, some of us were indulging in black marketing, stock piling of commodities and selling products at increased rates in this holy month.

Geelani flays arrest of KU scholar, over refusal to perform ‘Yoga’

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/June 25, 2015/ While strongly condemning the use of force by police over Kashmir University students who were protesting against the arrest of one of their colleague, Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani Thursday alleged that it is the worst kind of state terrorism and it has no moral and constitutional justifications. While expressing his surprise and deep sorrow over the arrest of a Kashmir University student for opposing the “Yoga” day, he demanded his immediate release. “Whatever the reality or the purpose of this “Yoga” is but it can’t be thrust upon the people and no civilized society can force the people to adopt the tradition or religious sign of any other religion,” he said in a statement. Geelani strongly condemned the arrest of Muzamil Farooq Dar, a scholar of KU’s English department

Gadkari inaugurates 206th IRC meet at Srinagar

altJehlum Post News / Srinagar/ June 25, 2015/Union Minister of Road, Transport and Shipping, Nitin GadkariThursday inaugurated the 206th Council meeting of Indian Roads Congress in presence of Minister for R&B, Gardens, Parks and Floriculture, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari and Minister of State for R&B and Revenue Sunil Kumar Sharma by lighting the traditional lamp at SKICC. The Council meeting of IRC has been held after a gap of 19 years in the State.

Omar Abdullah releases 4 lakhs for restoration of girls school in Beerwah

Jehlum Post News/ Beerwah /June 24, 2015/National Conference Working President and MLA Beerwah, Mr. Omar Abdullah on Wednesday reviewed the altfunctioning of the Education Sector in Beerwah in a meeting with CEO Budgam, ZEO Khag, ZEO Magam and ZEO Narbal. The local MLA reviewed the functioning of all government schools in Beerwah and sough details of infrastructural and staffing issues at particular schools.The NC Working President released 4 lakh rupees from his CDF for the restoration of Girls School Beerwah and also sought the immediate restoration of flood-hit government schools in the constituency.


PM Modi reviews (PRAGATI) initiative for Jammu-Baramulla Rail Link Project

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/June 24, 2015/Prime Minister, Narendra Modi Wednesday held his 4th monthly video conference under his pro-active Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI) initiative, with Union Secretaries

Mufti: Financial resources for dev of districts must be used carefully -Says, liabilities inherited from the previous govt quite huge, Sanctions Rs.10 cr for maintenance of Mughal Road

altJehlum Post News/Rajouri/June/ 24, 2015/ Stressing upon dovetailing Central and State Plan schemes to execute projects fraught with financial constraints, Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, Wednesday said the Government will closely monitor implementation of District Capital Plans to see that allocated funds are utilized in full.

Rajendra chairs high level meeting, finalises security arrangements for Amarnath Yatra

altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/June 24, 2015/A high level meeting was held at Police Control Room (PCR) Wednesday to discuss and decide security and other related arrangements for Amar Nath Yatra, which is scheduled to commence on 2nd July, 2015, simultaneously from both the Baltal and the Chandanwari routes. Director General of Police (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar in chair,

Lalit Modi: Vasundhra Raje supported my immigration petition to UK in writing

altJPNN/New Delhi / June 16, 2015/ Lalit Modi, former IPL chief, tonight made explosive claims that Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje had supported in writing his immigration plea in Britain and that he has a "family" relationship with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj whose husband and daughter had provided legal services "free of cost". Holidaying in the tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro, Modi told Rajdeep Sardesai of India Today TV channel in an interview that Raje had accompanied his wife to Portugal for her cancer treatment two years ago.

Sartaj Aziz: Pak will not hold dialogue on India's terms

altJPNN/Islamabad/June 15, 2015/Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Monday underscored that Pakistan will not hold dialogue with India on her terms, adding that there can be no dialogue without the water issue and Kashmir as topics for discussion.Speaking to media representatives in Islamabad after an inauguration of the 10th meeting of heads of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) countries, Aziz said

One rank, one pension: Ex-Servicemen hold nationwide protests

JPNN/New Delhi/June 14, 2015/Hundreds of ex-servicemen took to the streets today across the country protesting delay in the implementation of the 'One Rank, One Pension'(OROP) policy, demanding that Prime Minister

Smart cities scheme to take off on June 25th

altJPNN/New Delhi/June 13, 2015/India has asked all the countries keen on partnering it in the ‘smart cities’ initiative to ready the blueprints for the projects they want to undertake, to avoid delay in execution. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will announce the scheme along with the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation on June 25. So far, 14 countries have shown interest in sharing their expertise in building components that are prerequisites for a smart city.

Pentagon: US plans to set up more bases in Iraq

altJPNN/Washington/June 12, 2015 /The United States is considering setting up additional bases in Iraq similar to a new hub planned in Anbar province to help Iraqi forces battle the self-styled Islamic State, the Pentagon said on Thursday. Establishing more bases to get US military advisers closer to the battlefront would likely require yet more American troops to deploy to Iraq beyond the 450 reinforcements announced by the White House on Wednesday.The Pentagon raised the possibility of more bases a day after President Barack Obama’s administration unveiled plans

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altJPNN/New Delhi/June 11, 2015/The death toll in the Army’s strike on two militant camps inside Myanmar on Tuesday could touch 70 as defence officials spoke of keeping up the pressure on anti-India insurgents operating from there. In a late-night development, the Myanmar government denied any raid on inside its territory. The news agency AFP reported that Zaw Htay, Director of Myanmar’s Presidential Office, said in a Facebook post: “According to the information sent by Tatmadaw Myanmar Army battalions on the ground, we have learned

U.S citizen killed fighting ISIS in Syria,Keith Broomfield from Massachusetts, who died on June 3 in a battle in a Syrian village near the border town Kobani, is likely the first U.S citizen to die fighting ISIS alongside Kurdish rebels

altJPNN/Haaretz Bram Janssen,Matthew Lee June/11, 2015/An American fighting with Kurdish forces against the Islamic State group in Syria has been killed in battle, authorities said Wednesday, making him likely the first U.S. citizen to die fighting alongside them against the extremists. Keith Broomfield, who was from Massachusetts, died June 3 in a battle in a Syrian village named Qentere, near the border town Kobani, said Nasser Haji,

Report: Wives of IS leaders pass info to avoid intercepts

altJPNN/Washington/June 10, 2015/Wives of top Islamic State leaders, including its chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, play an important role in passing information to one another and then to their spouses to avoid electronic intercepts, according to a media report. American intelligence agencies have extracted valuable information about the Islamic State’s leadership structure, financial operations and security measures by analysing materials seized during a Delta Force

Palestinian killed in clash with Israel forces

altJPNN/Nablus/June 10, 2015/A Palestinian man was killed in clashes with Israeli forces on Wednesday in a northern West Bank refugee camp, medica and security sources said. The sources said Ezzedine Ghora, 23, was hit by two bullets in his arm and chest, and died before reaching hospital. Israeli police, in a statement on the incident, said a border police force was in the refugee camp of the city of Jenin to carry out arrests. “Upon leaving the camp, the force identified a suspect trying to throw an explosive device at them,” it said. One of the border police shot him and wounded him, the statement said, adding that the device probably exploded near the suspect.

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