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Maintain a positive atmosphere on ground: Mehbooba to Police
Lists out measures taken for Police welfare MANIGAM (KANGAN), OCT 25 (PTK): Hailing.
People hails Ssp Kupwara for launching effective campaign against drug peddlers Bureau Report Kupwara, 25 Oct: Continuing with the special mission of J&K Police to eradicate the drug menace.
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New Delhi: Hours after Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya returned to the micro-blogging site with a new handle @singerabhijeet, Twitter ended up suspending his account for the second time..
SRINAGAR | (PTK): A minor boy died while another person was injured in two separate road accidents in Budgam and Kargil. A Tata Mobile Vehicle bearing registration number JK05D-1545 hit.
Srinagar: The story of a young Hindu man who joined the Pakistan Army and was killed in the line of duty earlier this month has gone viral on social media. Lance Naik Lal Chand Rabari,.
Srinagar: Reacting to the statement of Indian army chief Bipin Rawat on the issue of “Human Shield”, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Keneth Roth on Monday tweeted saying.
New Delhi: Sports Minister in the Government of India (GoI) Vijay Goel Monday made it clear that the Government will not allow any bilateral cricket between India and Pakistan till the “cross-border.