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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir High Court Registrar General Ashok Koul today issued transfer orders of judicial officers.       As per the order Rajesh Sekhri, Additional District and Sessions Judge, Jammu, is transferred and posted as Additional District Judge (Bank Cases), Jammu, …

NEW DELHI: India should plan offensive and covert operations to take target militant leaders and hit the Pakistani Army hard, two former Army chiefs said today. Former Army chief Gen (retd) Bikram Singh was of the view that Indian should …

NEW DELHI: Thirty Kendriya Vidyalayas are among the around 250 schools selected for NITI Ayog’s ‘Atal Tinkering Labs’ (ATL) scheme which aims to groom one million children in the country as modern innovators. ATL is a work space where young …

NEW DELHI: Foggy weather continued to disrupt train operation with 64 north-bound trains including Rajdhani and Shatabdi running behind schedule by several hours while 12 trains were cancelled today. Besides, departures of 30 trains were rescheduled and four trains were …

NEW DELHI: A special CBI court in Mumbai has sentenced a former assistant general manager of Central Bank of India and four others to rigorous imprisonment for five years in a case of defrauding the bank for about Rs 10 …

GURDASPUR: The dusk-to-dawn movement along the Indo-Pak border was banned in this district. District Magistrate Pardeep Sabharwal in a press note said any type of the movement of civilians within 500 meters of the fencing wire and 1,000 meters of …

JAMMU: Senior BJP leader and National General Secretary Ram Madhav today asked the State leadership to expose the opposition parties for spreading misinformation campaign on demonetisation initiated by them to tarnish the image of Narendra Modi led Government. “Devote more …

JAMMU: Governor NN Vohra today felicitated Meenal Gupta at the Raj Bhavan here. She was accompanied by her father Atul Gupta. Ms Gupta has won a gold medal in the Girls U-14 Category in the “Commonwealth Chess Tournament” which was …

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank today said it will soon put to circulation Rs 100 denomination notes in market with enlarged identification features. “The Reserve Bank will shortly issue Rs 100 denomination banknotes in the Mahatma Gandhi Series-2005, without inset letter …

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