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Date: 30 Mar 2015

-Abdul Ruff Colachal
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Jammu Kashmir is again in the grip of flood panic on March 30 as several areas of the Kashmir Valley and parts of Jammu were in deluge caused by rains due to which four people have died and fate of at least 13 others was unknown.



Date: 30 Mar 2015

‘Powers to be delegated for responsive administration’

‘J&K Bank, the people’s institution, to be provided all support’
KG News Desk

JAMMU: Crediting the people of the State for being real harbingers of change through the exercise of ballot, the Chief Minister said the new PDP-BJP Government will respect the mandate of the people and implement all its decisions



Date: 30 Mar 2015

Infant among 6 bodies recovered, 10 persons still missing

Srinagar: A 24-day infant and his parents was among six persons confirmed dead while ten others are still missing and are feared dead after their houses came under mudslide at Chadoora in Central Budgam district early Monday.



Date: 30 Mar 2015

WASIM PARVEZ

Kunzar: Srinagar Gulmarg road that was cut off due to flash floods in north Kashmirs ferozpor nallah Tangmarg that had damaged the complete one portion of Kunzar bridge was restored after it remained cut off since Sunday after a portion of side bund was washed away by flash floods was restored for vehicular traffic on Monday evening.



 
Date: 30 Mar 2015

Srinagar: The Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Muhammad Sayeed today announced release of Rs. 25 crore in favour of Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, and Rs. 10 crore in favour of Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, under SDRF for rescue and relief operations following incessant rains and imminent threat of floods in the State, especially Kashmir Valley.



Date: 30 Mar 2015

Srinagar: Water Level in Jehlum which had touched the Flood level at Sangam and Ram Munshi Bagh is showing a declining or static trend.

As per the hourly readings by the Flood Control Department, the water level today morning at 11.00 AM at Sangam was 22.30 Feet , at Ram – Munshi Bagh 19.50 feet and at Asham 11.04 feet.



Date: 30 Mar 2015

Srinagar: Inordinate delay in improving drainage/sewage system at old Post Office Lane of Lal Bazar area is causing immense problems to residents here.

The incessant rains have caused water logging in the area while waters have reportedly started entering into several residential houses creating panic in the area.



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Features   Opinions
Date: 29 Mar 2015

Rameez Bhat / Gowher Naz

A good writer should be able to write Comedic work that made you laugh, and scary stuff that made you scared, and mainstream journalism that gave you clear and concise information in a way that you wanted it. Dedication makes you great for exposure is a catalyst to hug excellence. Mansoor Parey, a burgeoning journalist,



Date: 28 Mar 2015

SATURDAY, 28 MARCH 2015

After winning all their games in the tournament so far, India’s World Cup campaign came to an end in the semi-final losing to Australia by 95 runs. Australia put up a mammoth target of 329 runs for India to chase. With a brigade of quality bowlers, India was never expected to climb the mountain. In the end, the men in blue tamely surrendered without putting up much of a fight. As India crashed out of the World Cup Semi Final



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Date: 30 Mar 2015

ALI SUKHANVER

Last September, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif paid a visit to Karachi to observe himself the actual situation of Karachi, the financial hub of Pakistan. In consultation with the law-enforcement agencies, he approved the urgently required strategy to curb violence. It was then decided to start a broad-spectrum operation against all those who are involved in any kind of criminal activity.



Date: 29 Mar 2015

By Afshain Afzal

Since long Abdul Malik Al Houthi and his tribe along with allies were waging media war against the legitimate government of Yemen. The media campaign against President Abd Rabu Mansour Hadi as well as Saudi Royal family and Qatar was aimed at taking over power in Yemen, Qatar and finally grabbing of custodianship of the holy cities of Mecca and Media.



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Interviews   Human Rights
Date: 7 Oct 2014

Mohammad Majid Hussain, the Mayor of Hyderabad city, is the youngest Mayor in India at present. He has held the position for the last three years. Hyderabad is home to a population of over 90 lakhs. MM Hussain is also a member of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen. He is presently in Kashmir, spearheading the ongoing relief send by Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen. In a thorough interaction with Rising Kashmir Online Editor Daanish Bin Nabi, he expressed his views on the ongoing situation of Kashmir, relief work and the incompetence of the State government to deal with the ongoing crisis in Kashmir.



Date: 22 Jul 2014

 ‘Agencies made fake case against Afzal and hanged him’
 ‘If few Pandits were killed, why this hue and cry? Does anyone have the count how many Kashmiri Muslims were killed?’

Daanish Bin Nabi

Sheikh Nazir Ahmad, the uncle of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and veteran National Conference leader in his first-ever detailed



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Date: 27 Mar 2015

Palhalan: Scores of people shortly after Friday prayers staged a massive protest against district administration for not providing copy of the inquiry report with regard to the killing of Palhalan youth to the family members.

On the second death anniversary of Muhammad Afzal Guru on February 9,, Farooq Ahmad Bhat son of Ghulam Muhammad was killed when government forces opened



Date: 27 Mar 2015

Demand speedy trial or general amnesty

Anantnag: Scores of youth who have been booked for their alleged involvement in stone-pleting and arson incidents during 2010 summer agitation and poll process Friday staged a protest outside the court presmises in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district demanding either amnesty or speedy trial of their cases. The protesters termed the slow trial of their cases



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AJK   Asia
Date: 29 Mar 2015

TARIQ NAQASH

MUZAFFARABAD: In what was widely believed to be a neck-and-neck fight, Barrister Sultan Mahmood of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) defeated Chaudhry Mohammad Ashraf of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) by almost 3,000 votes in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) by-poll on Sunday.



Date: 22 Mar 2015

Hameed Shaheen

ISLAMABAD: Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan, former Premier AJK, now President Muslims Conference, has reassured the nation that come whatever may the people of Jammu and Kashmir would continue their well-defined struggle till the achievement of our final goal. March 23 reminds us of our future onus



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Date: 29 Mar 2015

-Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Like the president of India, the governors of states are appointed by the incumbent government for a specific period as per the Indian Constitution. These high dignitaries stay in power so long as the government at the centre is satisfied with their performance, among other matters, particularly political views.



Date: 27 Mar 2015

-Dr. Abdul Ruff

Sri Lanka has proposed to pursue trilateral cooperation with China and India after the fall of the Rajapaksa government which was favoring China and opposing Indian influence on the island and Indian Ocean in general.



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Europe   World
Date: 19 Mar 2015

London; A number of evolutions have characterized China’s direct Northeast Asian environment in 2013 and 2014. North Korea’s new leader Kim Jong-un pursued a more assertive foreign and security policy, thereby isolating North Korea further; ties between China and South Korea warmed up quickly under Park Geun-hye;



Date: 18 Mar 2015

Brussels: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with the Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ivica Dačić and with the Serbian Minister of Defence Bratislav Gašić at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (18 March 2015) for talks on the development of the NATO-Serbia relationship.



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Date: 29 Mar 2015

-Dr. Abdul Ruff

Notwithstanding opposition from some quarters, the nuclear deal between Iran and US led big powers is on its way, with some modalities remaining to be decided. One issue is US refusal to end sanctions and Iran’s refusal to compromise on sanctions as Tehran wants the sanctions dropped forthwith while the opposite side of big powers prefers a gradual approach.



Date: 28 Mar 2015

NEW YORK: Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations Dr Maleeha Lodhi said on Saturday the conspiracy to discredit Islam in the Middle East was a cause of concern.

Dr Lodhi emphasised that the security and sovereignty of all countries should be respected. She added that Islam teaches love, brotherhood, tolerance and humanity.



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