Monthly Archives: October 2016

BRICS nations condemn terror attacks on India

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Goa, Oct.16 BRICS nations on Sunday unanimously condemnedterrorism in all its forms, including the terror attacks on India, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a comprehensive response to this global scourge. “We strongly condemn the recent several attacks, against some BRICS countries, including that in India,” the Goa Declaration adopted at the conclusion of the Eighth BRICS (Brazil, Russia, ...

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Modi government spent Rs 36 crore on publicity to mark two years

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New Delhi, Oct, 16 The BJP-led union government may have attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi for its spending on advertisements, but it spent more than Rs 36 crore on publicity and advertisements for organising the one-day “Ek Nayi Subah” show in Delhi to mark two years of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government. This information was ...

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Two Passanger Sumo’s Set Afire : Police

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SRINAGAR, Oct.17 Two Sumo which were on way to Srinagar were stopped by some people early morning and destroyed, police said. “These vehicles were carrying passengers to Srinagar and were stopped by some miscreants,” a police officer who is in-charge of the area said. “Once they stopped, vehicles were set afire.” He said the incident took place at around 7:45 ...

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Terrorists snatch weapons from police, face no resistance

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Srinagar, October 17 In yet another daring attack, terrorists attacked a police post in south Kashmir and decamped with  five assault rifles  exposing the vulnerability or complicity of policemen  in such   incidents . Early Monday morning, the militants appeared  at Davlesh, Dooru area  in Anantnag district and  took away five rifles of the guards  at a TV tower. They  snatched ...

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UP Hr Sec School celebrates Silver jubilee, Gandhi Jyanti

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JAMMU, OCT. 02: United Public Higher Secondary School, Channi Himmat, Jammu today celebrated its silver jubilee and Gandhi Jyanti in the school’s playground. The events were marked by the cultural Dogri Folk songs and dances which were attended by around three thousand people, besides, senior citizens of the locality. Earlier, Rajni Sharma, Principal of the school welcomed the dignitaries including ...

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Is orientation Programme for Parents is a need ?

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These days not only students but parents are required to familiar with the system of the education, from where their wards would start its base of educational qualification.   With the aim of initiating a harmonious learning process and to familiarize parents with the institutional ethos, St. Mary’s Infant Pre School (SMIPS) organized an orientation programme for the parents of ...

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St. Mary’s Infant Pre School holds Orientation Programme for Parents

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With the aim of initiating a harmonious learning process and to familiarize parents with the institutional ethos, St. Mary’s Infant Pre School (SMIPS) organized an orientation programme for the parents of the newly inducted students of nursery class. The event embodied several interactive and engaging activities that helped parents in getting an insight about the curriculum and teaching pedagogy of ...

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Let’s Do It Jammu take facelift drive

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JAMMU: To mark the second anniversary of Swach Bharat Abhiyaan volunteers of Let’s Do It Jammu, initiated the paint work on the defaced compound walls of MAM College and vowed to “continue the same in following weeks.”     “We have taken the initiative of painting the Govt. MAM PG College boundary wall hoping that the message reaches across the society ...

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Pampore anti-terror operation was “ tricky” : Army

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Srinagar, October 12  ( JKNT)  The Indian army has described the  Pampore encounter which concluded Wednesday afternoon as a “ tricky operation”  for it involved the  possibility of a  collateral damage and the huge structure of seven-storey  concrete building . “ That’s why it took time to complete the operation,” an army officer told reporters after it was declared as ...

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