US seeks clarification from Russia on its humanitarian convoy

JPNN|Lalit K Jha | Washington | Aug 16, 2014|The United States has sought clarification from Russia on its "humanitarian convoy" in Ukraine and stated that the escalation in Russian activity designed to destabilise

PM Modi favours consensus, calls for moratorium on violence

altJPNN|New Delhi | Aug 15, 2014|In his maiden speech from Red Fort, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced disbanding of Planning Commission, a socialist-era vestige, declared his intent to carry the opposition along and called for a moratorium on caste and communal violence. Less than three months after coming to power, he unveiled his ideas of development and boosting the economy, saying India should become a base for global manufacturing.

Omar: Our Govt’s 6 year report card-‘Excellent’

Certain ‘People will weigh our performance’|Srinagar| August 14, 2014|In his Independence Day Message, Chief altMinister, Omar Abdullah Thursday presented the overview of the major achievements of his government registered during last about six years in the main sectors of Roads, Water Supply, Power, Education and Health. He also referred to the growth and improvement registered in Agriculture, Horticulture and allied sectors. He listed measures taken for youth welfare, empowerment of people and curbing the corruption. Omar Abdullah made special reference to the improvement of peace and security situation in the State during the last more than five and a half years and said that 80 percent reduction has been achieved in the militancy related

Taj: Dev of Uri ‘my mission my life’

Jehlum Post News|Chandanwari| Uri|August 14, 2014|Minister for Health & Medical Education, Taj Mohi ud Din Thursday appealed people to close their ranks and defeat the designs of vested elements who are hell bent on pushing the State to uncertainty.

Guv Vohra: Peace, normalcy essential for ‘J&K’

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| August 14, 2014| N. N. Vohra, Governor Jammu and Kashmir, Thursday said that sustained peace and normalcy is vital to J&K’s future and urged upon all segments of society and to the leaders of all political, social and religious organisations in all the three regions of the State to work shoulder to shoulder for resolving all outstanding issues through dialogue and discussions. He observed that they should also work unitedly to see that Jammu and Kashmir achieves speedy

Pak: Modi's ‘Rhetoric Unfounded’

altJehlum Post News Network|Islamabad| August 13, 2014| A day after India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of waging a proxy war in Kashmir, Pakistan’s Foreign Office in a statement released on Wednesday said that the accusations were ”most unfortunate” as Pakistan wanted a good relationship with its neighbour. “It would be in the larger interest of the regional peace that instead of engaging in a blame game, the two countries should focus on resolving all issues through dialogue and work together to promote friendly and cooperative relations,” the press releases

Modi warns Pak over ‘Proxy War’

altJehlum Post News Network|Leh | Aug 12, 2014|In a strong attack on Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday accused it of continuing proxy war of terrorism against India, saying it has lost the strength to fight a conventional war. "The neighbouring country has lost the strength to fight a conventional war, but continues to engage in the proxy war of terrorism," he said while addressing troops of Army and the Indian Air Force on his maiden trip to Leh and Ladakh. This is the first sharp attack on Pakistan by Modi after assuming office over two months back and comes in the midst of his peace initiatives.

PM announces series of dev initiatives for J&K

Dedicates 45MW capacity Nimmo-Bazgo hydropower project to the nation|Jehlum Post News|Leh| altAugust 12, 2014|Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday laid the foundation stone for the Leh-Kargil-Srinagar power transmission line, at Leh. This 245 km long transmission line will be built at a cost of 1788 crore. Shri Narendra Modi also dedicated to the nation the 45 MW installed capacity Nimmo Bazgo hydroelectric power project on the River Indus.  Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said these projects will connect Ladakh,

Geelani felicitates Pakistan on Independence Day

altJehlum Post News|Srinagar| Aug 12, 2014| While extending heartfelt greetings to the people, government and army of Pakistan on their Independence Day, Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference Sayed Ali Geelani Tuesday said that due to the support of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri nation, this is our most favored and supportive country, so we always pray for the peace and stability of this country and we are of the view that a strong Pakistan is very vital for the resolution of Kashmir dispute. While repeating the shutdown call for 15 August, Geelani sahib said that

Omar Abdullah seeks Centre support for better Kargil air connectivity

Jehlum Post News| Leh|Kargil| August 12, 2014|Welcoming Prime Minister, Narindra Modi in Ladakh to lay foundation of 220 KV Transmission Line and inaugurate Nemo-Bazgo, Leh and Chutak, Kargil Power Projects, Chief Minister,

Sagar bats for speedy Jamia beautification plan

Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| August 12, 2014| The Minister for Rural Development & panchayats  Ali Mohammad Sagar has asked the officers to speed up the beautification plan of the Jamia Masjid area, so that

Governor summons Session of J&K Legislature on 25th August

Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| August 12, 2014|Governor, N. N. Vohra, in exercise of the powers conferred upon him under sub- Section (1) of Section 53 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, Tuesday summoned the Jammu

Rajnath: 'Insaniyat' the groove for dialogue on Kashmir
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altJPNN|New Delhi | Aug 11, 2014|Expressing desire to bring about permanent solution to the Kashmir issue, the Government tonight said it is willing to have any dialogue under the ambit of 'insaniyat' (humanity) to address the problem and favours good relations with Pakistan. "We want to find a permanent solution to Kashmir issue. We are ready for any kind of dialogue within Constitutional framework. If necessary, we are even willing to hold dialogue within the framework of 'insaniyat'," Home Minister Rajnath Singh informed Rajya Sabha. In this context, he sought the cooperation of opposition Congress if it could help in any manner.He said India also wants good relations with Pakistan

Omar: NC committed for peace, prosperity, progress of J&K

altJehlum Post News Network|Jammu | Aug 10, 2014 |Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said conspiracies being hatched by peace inimical elements will not deter NC from performing its role of steering the state to a new era of peace and development. "The sinister machinations being hatched by peace inimical elements will not deter National Conference from performing its destined role of steering Jammu and Kashmir to a new era of progress and development," Omar said. He was speaking at a gathering

Lt Gen Saha: Educated J&K Youths in militant ranks 'cause of worry'

altJPNN|Rangreth | Aug 09, 2014|A senior army officer today said a number of educated youth joining militancy in Jammu and Kashmir was "disturbing" and a matter of concern but the force was taking initiatives to engage them meaningfully. "I would submit that any youth joining militancy is disturbing. And if educated youth are joining, it is more disturbing. To that extent yes, it certainly causes concern to us. It certainly encourages us to take initiatives to keep the youth more meaningfully engaged," Corps Commander of the Srinagar-based Chinar Corps, Lt Gen Subrata Saha, told reporters in Budgam district of Central Kashmir.

Pak hands over captured BSF Jawan in Jammu

altJPNN|Jammu | Islamabad | Aug 08, 2014 |After spending over 48 hours in the custody of Pakistan Rangers, a BSF jawan who was captured when he was swept into their territory by strong currents of Chenab river, was today handed over to India. The 30-year-old trooper, Satyasheel Yadav, was repatriated after Border Security Force (BSF) officials met the commanders of the Pakistan Rangers at the zero line at Octroi borderpost along the International Border (IB) in R S Pura sector of Jammu district after some procedural delay. "They (Rangers) treated him (Yadav) very well throughout their custody. We are grateful to them. The Pak authorities interrogated our jawan which I think is not uncommon with any security force doing when they find an unauthorised entry in their area," BSF Director General D K

Hagel: Indo-US ties all-encompassing not limited to Military ties

altJPNN|Lalit K Jha, Washington | Aug 07, 2014| Ahead of his first visit to India, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has said the US is looking for new partners and relationships in Asia Pacific region which represents both opportunities and challenges. On the eve of his first three-day visit to India, Hagel said at a meeting in Germany yesterday that he was visiting the largest democratic country of the world to build relationship and not just military to military ties. "In India, I'm going to follow John Kerry's visit and our Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker's visit - they were there about a week ago and attempt to try to continue to build, not just a stronger military-to-military relationship

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