Lalit Modi gets ED summons in alleged money-laundering case PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/Mumbai /Jul 06, 2015/The Enforcement Directorate has issued summons to ex-IPL boss Lalit Modi in connection with an alleged money-laundering case registered against him here. "Summons were issued last week to Modi through his attorney, who appeared before us for an adjudicatory hearing," an ED source said.According to the source, Modi has been asked to appear in three weeks.Earlier last week, the agency also recorded the statement of former BCCI chief N Shrinivasan.

Vyapam scam: Another mysterious death, Dean found dead in Delhi hotel PDF Print E-mail

JPNN/New Delhi /Bhopal / Jul 05, 2015 /A Dean of a medical college in Madhya Pradesh involved in Vyapam scam probe was found dead in a Delhi hotel today in the second mysterious death in the scandal in as many days, adding yet another murky twist to the case.

Vladimir Putin to Obama: US-Russia dialogue key to global stability PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/Moscow/Jul 04, 2015/Russian President Vladimir Putin today said relations between Moscow and Washington were key to ensuring global stability and called for dialogue based on "equality and respect." In a message to his US counterpart Barack Obama on Independence Day in the United States, Putin said US-Russian relations were "the key factor in ensuring stability and security in the world, despite the differences" between the two countries."Russia and the United States are able to find solutions for the most difficult international problems and effectively counter global threats and challenges," Putin said in a telegram, according to the Kremlin.

Hema Malini's driver arrested, actress undergoes surgery PDF Print E-mail

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 PDF Print E-mail

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’ PDF Print E-mail
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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

Musharraf: Pak Army caught India by the throat during Kargil war PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/Karachi/May 18, 2015/Pakistan's former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf has once again raked up the Kargil conflict masterminded by him, claiming that his armed forces had caught India "by the throat". He also claimed that the Pakistani armed forces had won the Kargil battle in 1999 but the then Nawaz Sharif-led government converted the success into a political defeat. "I don't think India would ever be able to forget the three-month-long battle (Kargil war) when our gallant armed forces caught them by the throat," Musharraf said yesterday while addressing a convention of the youth wing of his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML).

India to seek UN sanctions against Salahuddin PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/New Delhi / May 18, 2015/India is in the process of seeking UN sanctions against banned Hizbul Mujahideen supremo Syed Salahuddin for a freeze on his assets and a travel ban for his association with Al-Qaeda terror group and its affiliates like Lashker-e-Taiba. After filing a chargesheet against 64-year-old Salahuddin, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) compiled a dossier and routed it to Ministry of External Affairs for submission before the UN to seek sanctions similar to those issued against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. An Interpol Red Corner Notice was pending against Salahuddin, whose actual identity is Mohammed Yusuf Shah, and hails from Soibug area of Budgam district in central Kashmir.

42 killed, 1,000 injured, 7.3 magnitude earthquake jolts Nepal PDF Print E-mail

altJPNN/New Delhi /May 12, 2015/A new 7.3-magnitude earthquake and several powerful aftershocks shook Nepal today killing at least 42 people and triggering panic in the Himalayan nation already devastated by a massive temblor less than three weeks back that had claimed over 8,000 lives.Nepal's Home Ministry while putting the death toll at 42 said another 1,117 people had been injured in the latest quake that hit hardest in remote mountain districts northeast of the country's capital Kathmandu.The earthquake struck at 12:35 PM, some 83 km east

Jayalalithaa,3 others acquitted in disproportionate assets case PDF Print E-mail
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altJPNN/May 11, 2015 /AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa was today acquitted by the Karnataka High Court in the 19-year-old disproportionate assets case, a verdict that is sure to put her back in the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's seat."All the appeals have been upheld and the convicts have been acquitted," Justice C R Kumaraswamy said as he read out the operative part of the judgement at 11 AM sharp, a minute after entering the jam-packed court and the whole proceedings wrapped up in about four minutes.

There will be Snow, Rain Showers after 15th Feb: MeT Department PDF Print E-mail

There will be heavy to moderate snowfall in higher reaches and plains will witness rainfall after 15th of Feb said by Metrological department head Sonam Lotus in Srinagar.

He said that as Kashmir valley did not witness a good “Chilikalan” a harsh winter period of 40 days but after 15th of this month Kashmir valley will experience a good amount of snow and rain.

While taking with media Sonam Lotus added that “it is good news for vallities that fresh spell of western disturbance is expected after 15th so it will give some respite”.

Sonam Lotus also confirmed that “as we witness increase in day temperature and clear sun from last few days it normally breaks the chilly factor”.

There is a gradual increase in both day and night temperature which gives some respite to the people of valley.

Shabnam Lone for peace in Kashmir, solution of K-issue must PDF Print E-mail

Jehlum Post News|Srinagar| June 15, 2013| Noted Supreme Court Lawyer, Shabnam Lone, today called for a meaningful dialogue between India, Pakistan and Kashmiris for a lasting solution to the Kashmir issue apart from return of peace to the state.“Kashmiris have given sacrifices for peace. My father sacrificed his life for peace in the state and peace should be given a chance. Despite dialogue between the two countries at different levels, there has been no headway on Kashmir issue. It is high time that the dispute is resolved by including Kashmiris in dialogue

US:Taliban who shot down helicopter have been killed PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON | The Taliban insurgents who shot down a US military helicopter in Afghanistan, leaving 30 American troops dead, have been hunted down and killed by allied forces, the US commander said Wednesday.General John Allen, the new commander of US forces in Afghanistan, told reporters at the Pentagon that “at approximately midnight on 8th August, coalition forces killed the Taliban insurgents responsible for this attack. As reported earlier, the Taliban lured US forces into an elaborate trap to shoot down their helicopter; killing 30 American troops in the deadliest such incident of the war.A total of 38 people 30 US troops, many of them special forces, seven Afghan commandos and an interpreter were killed when their Chinook came down during an anti-Taliban operation late last Friday.The crash marked the biggest single loss of life for American and Nato forces since the US-led invasion of Afghanistan toppled the Taliban in late 2001, shortly after the September 11 attacks.

Weather forecast during 11th – 15th August

          SRINAGAR, AUGUST 10 – As per the Meteorological Department’s weather forecast for 11th to 15th August: there is a possibility of light rain/thundershower on 11th and 14th August and light to moderate rain/thundershower on 13thAugust, and the sky is expected to remain partly cloudy on 12th  and  15th August, 2011, in the Kashmir Division.

          Mr. R. K. Goyal, Chief Executive Officer of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board, has once again advised all those who intend to visit the Holy Cave Shrine of Shri Amarnathji to ascertain the obtaining weather conditions in the Yatra area before embarking on the pilgrimage. The details of weather forecast are available on the website of the Indian Meteorological Department, at (

          The CEO urged all intending pilgrims to have themselves medically examined and no one with an orthopaedic problem, chest or lung ailment or any cardiac deficiency should venture to undertake the arduous Yatra, involving trekking upto 14,000 feet.   

          Meanwhile, the Yatra to the Holy Cave Shrine has been progressing satisfactorily on both the Baltal and Chandanwari routes since today morning.
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