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Impasse continues: Will PDP-BJP rule J&K with Mufti as CM?

KG News Desk Srinagar/Jammu, Dec 28: Even though impasse over new government formation lived another day, the PDP and BJP are close to an agreement to govern Jammu and Kashmir in coalition with PDP leader Mufti Mohammad Sayeed as chief minister. The deadlock over government formation in the state may end soon, with both PDP



‘Do not shrug off re-building flood-hit Kashmir’

Agencies New Delhi, Dec 28: Three months after unprecedented floods ravaged many parts of Jammu and Kashmir, a parliamentary panel has warned the central government against “procrastination” on rebuilding the state, asking it not to “shrug off” responsibility. A report of a parliamentary committee of the home ministry also said that relief has not reached



JKDFP organizes condolence meetings

Srinagar, Dec 29: In connection with the sad demise of mother of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) chairman Shabir Ahmad Shah, condolence meetings were organized at party’s all zonal and provincial levels of the state. In Islamabad, meeting was presided by Zahoor Ahmad Sheikh, Pulwama – Muhammad Amin Bhat, Shopian – Tanveer Ahmad, Budgam – Muhammad



Secretary SW reviews the functioning of ICDS

1500 AW Centres to be converted into Crèches JAMMU, DECEMBER 28: The government is in process to make integrated Child Development Centre more vibrant for providing quality basic education to the children of the State. In this regard, the Integrated Child Development Department is finalizing syllabi under the scheme Early Childhood Care and Education Services



Ready to support for secular govt: Cong

KG News Desk New Delhi, Dec 28: Senior congress leader Ambika Soni on Sunday said that her party was ready to offer support to any party which was willing to form a secular government in Jammu and Kashmir. “We don’t have the mandate to form a government. We don’t have the mandate to take the



NATO ends its Afghan war

Agencies Kabul, Dec 28: NATO will hold a ceremony in Kabul formally ending its war in Afghanistan, officials said, after 13 years of conflict that have left the country in the grip of worsening insurgent violence. The event was arranged in secret due to the threat of Taliban strikes in the Afghan capital, which has



Moin replaced as World Cup manager

Moin replaced as World Cup manager Agencies LAHORE, DEC 27: Pakistan on Saturday appointed retired top military officer Naveed Cheema as manager for next year’s cricket World Cup, replacing former captain Moin Khan. Sixty-year-old Cheema, a retired brigadier who also held the manager’s post from 2011 to 2013, is currently serving as chief secretary of



Kashmir shivers, Leh at minus 17

KG News Desk Srinagar, Dec 28: Leh town in Jammu and Kashmir Sunday recorded its coldest overnight temperature at minus 17 degrees Celsius as the Kashmir Valley remained in the grip of an intense cold wave. “This is the lowest recorded (in Leh) so far this season,” a Met department official said. The situation was



Indecisive verdict, what next?

The keenly fought election in the state has thrown up an indecisive verdict that is not going to easily yield a government, in one of the most difficult places to govern in India. The performance of the BJP, the People’s Democratic Party, the National Conference and the Congress shows that the contest was truly a


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