Daily Newsletter

July 21,2017

Mehbooba asks country’s media watchdogs to help in correct, contextual portrayal of JK
Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has asked country’s top media watchdog organizations to help in correct and contextual portrayal of the happenings in the State.
Use "friends" to resolve Kashmir issue: Farooq Abdullah
National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah today suggested third party mediation to resolve the Kashmir issue, saying India should take the help of "friends" and that dialogue was the only solution. 
Mamata Banerjee declares war with BJP, seeks to oust party from India
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has made it loud and clear that she sees the Bharatiya Janata Party as her rival. In just six years of defeating the Left front she has identified a new force rising against her has declared a war against it.
In Gujarat poll run-up, Shankersinh Vaghela exits Congress, BJP reaches out
Barely four months ahead of the assembly polls and weeks to go for elections to the Rajya Sabha, the Congress was dealt a big blow in Gujarat with veteran leader Shankersinh Vaghela on Friday announcing his exit from the party and the post of Leader of Opposition. Within hours of Vaghela’s announcement
Amarinder meets Gadkari to discuss Delhi-Katra expressway
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday met Union Minister of Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari to discuss the proposed Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway as well as various pending Punjab road and highway projects.
Cross voting by opposition in Gujarat helps Kovind
At least eight MLAs of the opposition Congress in BJP-ruled Gujarat appeared to have voted for the victorious NDA nominee Ram Nath Kovind in the presidential poll. Announcing the outcome of the election in Delhi, Returning Officer Anoop Mishra said Kovind received votes of 132 MLAs in Gujarat and the
6 die after cloudburst hits Doda
At least six people, including women died in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir after flash floods triggered by cloudburst were reported in the region last night. Their bodies were recovered by the authorities today. Police said 11 people have been injured and several houses and shops have been damaged.
Amarinder meets Jaitley over farmer loan-waiver
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday sought from the central government one-time settlement of the Rs. 6000 crore loans taken by the state’s farmers from the national and private banks. He also urged the finance minister to waive off GST on Langar and Prasad given
J-K: Youth killed, another injured in alleged firing by security forces at Budgam 217 students evacuated in major rescue operation from Pak shelling in Rajouri Govt mulls Hangul corridor in JK Chandigarh to begin conversion of houses to freehold Video of militants playing cricket with AK-47 as wicket goes viral 3 British Sikhs get 19-year jail for smuggling Afghans 3 militants killed in Tral encounter: IGP Munir No evidence to charge Amnesty with sedition case: Police Security agencies probing Amarnath yatra attack: GoI