updated 9:01 AM GMT, Nov 28, 2014

Jammu gunfight over: police

The gunfight between the security forces and infiltrators near the international border in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit, which started Friday has ended, police said.

  • Jammu: IANS
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Gunfight in Jammu ahead of Modi's arrival

Heavy firing exchanges between the security forces and a militant started Friday morning near the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, hours ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit

  • Jammu: IANS
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How Koirala broke the impasse between India, Pakistan

Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala played a crucial role in ending the impasse between India and Pakistan during the retreat at Dhulikhel near here Thursday on the sidelines of the 18th Saarc Summit.

  • Kathmandu: Anil Giri
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Saudi beheads 9th Pakistani since mid-October

Saudi Arabia on Thursday beheaded a Pakistani for heroin smuggling, bringing to nine the number of people from his country executed since mid-October.

 

Mohammed Rahman Mohammed Asghar had been "tried

  • Riyadh: AFP
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Polls an eyewash: Amanullah Khan

Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) patron in chief Amanullah Khan while commenting upon the elections being conducted in Jammu Kashmir Thursday said the “process is only an eyewash and a ploy t

  • Srinagar: KD
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Govt: Rs 133 cr disbursed among flood victims

An amount of Rs 133 crore has been distributed among the flood victims in Kashmir Valley, the government said on Thursday.

An official spokesman said besides families that lost their houses in the flo

  • Srinagar: KD
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Ten dead in Jammu attack

Ten people including four militants, three army troopers and an equal number of civilians were killed when militants dressed in military fatigue stormed an army bunker along International Border in Ja

  • Jammu: MS Nazki | GNS
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Vote not in favour of India: Geelani

Stating that the high voter turnout wasn't  in favour of India, All Parties Hurriyat Conference chief Syed Ali Geelani Thursday said Kashmir has been turned into a big jail.

While strongly rejecting t

  • Srinagar: KD
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Budgam killings: family rejects probe

A day after Army claimed that it indicted eight soldiers and a Junior Commissioned Officer for killing two teenage boys in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district, the family members of slain youth demanded

  • Srinagar: KD
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Students attend anti-poll protest in Kashmir varsity

Hundreds of students attended an anti-election talk organized by a banned students group in the University of Kashmir campus on Thursday. 

The talk was organized by Kashmir University Students Union i

  • Srinagar: Shahid Andrabi
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Modi, Sharif hold informal talks

In a significant development, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif held informal talks during the 18th Saarc Summit retreat Thursday afternoon.

 

Both sides m

  • Kathmandu: IANS
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Jammu gunfight ends, eight dead

A fierce gun battle between the Indian security forces and militants near the international border in Jammu and Kashmir ended Thursday afternoon, killing eight people, including three civilians and an

  • Jammu: IANS
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