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    JK Police warns cadres of action in case of bigamy

    If you indulge in bigamy, you run the risk of losing increment of at least one year.This warning has been issued by Jammu and Kashmir Police to its cadres in a circular in the wake of increasing incidents of second marriages by the cops.
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    Amnesty accuses India of using excessive force on demonstrators in Kashmir

    Amnesty International on Wednesday criticised the Indian government for using excessive and arbitrary force on demonstrators last year post the July 8 killing of militant commander Burhan Wani.
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    Traffic on Srinagar-Jammu highway resumes after 2 days

    Traffic on the 300-km-long Srinagar-Jammu national highway was resumed Wednesday after remaining suspended for more than 30 hours due to landslides and fresh snowfall.''We resumed traffic on the highway despite fresh light snowfall at Banihal,''
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    Kunan-Poshpora Mass Rape Proof Of State Terrorism: Geelani

     On the completion of 26 years of Kunan Poshpora tragedy, Hurriyat Conference (G) chairperson, Syed Ali Geelani said that the “heart wrenching” incident is a  living proof of the “state terrorism and fascism of India” in Kashmir
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    'Inappropriate prescribing of psychiatric drugs harming patients'

    Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Tuesday said that inappropriate prescribing of psychiatric drugs for mental health problems are causing serious harm to patients.
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    Sacrifice of Nadeem Symbolizes Sanctity Of Freedom Struggle: Malik

    Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairperson Muhammad Yasin Malik onm Tuesday said that the sacrifices of “martyrs” like Pilot Nadeem Khateeb and others symbolize the sanctity and authority of our freedom struggle.
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    CM Orders Survey of Specially Abled Persons

    Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, on Tuesday said that she has directed the Social Welfare Department to undertake an enumerative survey to identify the specially-abled persons in the State so that comprehensive measures are taken for their comp
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    2016 Uprising: 'Ambulance Driver Dies Of Pellet Injuries’

    We treated him at different hospitals from past few months. Yesterday, he developed pain and we shifted him to SDH Chawalgam. After check up, we brought him home and here Tuesday morning he succumbed to his injuries
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    Delhi Police Arrest 3 Sopore Youth

    Three youth from Sopore in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district have been arrested by Special Cell of Delhi police following information by J&K police, sources said on Tuesday.
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    Lavish Weddings Banned; Non-Veg Dishes Reduced to 7

    This is not the first time restrictions have been imposed on the number of guests and dishes served in weddings and related functions in the state. The orders, however, have not been implemented successfully in the valley.
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    Central Projects To Go ‘Untaxed’ In JK

    In a decision that would expedite work on major projects under Prime Minister’s Development Plan (PMDP), Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSSs), Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Jyoti Yojana (DDUUGJY)
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    No End To Anti-army Protests In Bandipora Village

    In yet another incident involving Army, locals at Sadarkoot Bala in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Tuesday staged protests alleging that Army men in civvies barged into their house in the middle of night and harassed them.
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    PDP Being Run By Political Novices, Para-troopers: Karra

    Tariq Hameed Karra, who joined Congress last week, on Tuesday said that PDP is caught in the web of its own making. Its “self made crisis” is outcome of its “lack of maturity and experience”.
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    Sgr-Jammu Highway Closed; Vehicles, Passengers Stranded

    As the Valley continued to receive intermittent rains, the weatherman on Tuesday predicted more rains or snow across the valley over the next 24 hours.
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    MeT predicts more rains, snow in next 24 hours

    As the Valley continued to receive intermittent rains, the weatherman on Tuesday predicted more rains or snow across the valley over the next 24 hours.According to the official in the Meteorological department (MeT),