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UN chief asks India, Pakistan to exercise ‘maximum restraint’ and take steps to defuse tensions

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United Nations: United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called on India and Pakistan to take “immediate steps” to deescalate tension that soared after 40 Indian security personnel were killed in an attack by Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama. “The Secretary General stresses the importance for both sides to exercise maximum restraint and take immediate steps to de-escalation, and his good offices are ...

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Pulwama Attack: One more injured soldier succumbs, 52 security force personnel killed in past 8 days

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Kashmir: A soldier who was injured in a gunbattle with terrorists last week in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district succumbed to his injuries at Army’s 92 base hospital in Srinagar on Tuesday. He was identified as Lance Sandeep Kumar of 10 Pata Battalion of the Army. On February 12, Kumar and two other soldiers were injured in Ratnipora area of Pulwama. They ...

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Curfew relaxed in entire Jammu city

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Jammu: Authorities on February 20 relaxed curfew in the entire Jammu city for the first time since its imposition on February 15 as the situation improved. However, prohibitory orders will remain in force to maintain law and order. District Magistrate, Jammu, Ramesh Kumar, initially ordered relaxation in the curfew in the entire city from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and later extended till ...

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12 injured during clashes in parts of Jammu

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Srinagar: Following the violent clashes in the Gujjar Nagar area of Jammu against the Pulwama attack, which took lives of at least 49 CRPF personnel, a strict curfew has been imposed in several areas including Bus Stand, Nawabad, Bakshi Nagar, Peer Mitha, Pacca Danga, Channi Himmat, Janipur, Domana, and Bagh-E-Bahu. Reportedly, at least 12 civilians have also been injured in the ...

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Shah Faesal appeals people of Jammu to maintain calm

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Srinagar: Former IAS officer Shah Faesal on Friday appealed to people of Jammu to observe restraint and maintain calm. Taking to social networking site Twitter, Shah Faesal wrote: “My sincere appeal to brothers from Jammu to maintain calm. This is not the time to call for revenge. This is not the time to fuel hatred against each other.” “Let’s not ...

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IGP Jammu appeals for calm as intense clashes erupted in Jammu in view of Pulwama Attack

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Jammu, Feb 15: Inspector General of Police Jammu range, MK Sinha today appealed for maintaining societal and communal harmony and asked people not to play into the hands of anti national elements. He appealed people not to play into the hands of anti- national elements. “They want to disturb our societal harmony. Defeat their designs. Don’t get provoked. Maintain calm,” ...

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Lethpora Attack: Omar appeals Rajnath to take care of students outside state

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Srinagar: Amid the tensions in Jammu and Kashmir, after an attack on paramilitary Convoy in south Kashmir, the former chief minister and NC Vice president Omar Abdullah has appealed the Union Minister Rajnath Singh to issue directions to all the state governments to take care of students outside the state. The former chief minister also said that students outside the state ...

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Curfew in Jammu as precautionary measure in view of massive protest after Pulwama attack, stone pelting: Officials

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Srinagar: Authorities on Friday imposed curfew in Gujjar Nagar area of Jammu city following violent protests against the Pulwama militant attack that left 49 CRPF personnel dead and several others injured. Reports said that the locals pelted stoned on police torched vehicles in Gujjar Nagar.  Following the violence the authorities imposed curfew in the area. Although reports said that several vehicles ...

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HM Rajnath Singh visit Pulwama militant attack site with his te

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Srinagar: Ahead of Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s visit, K Vijay Kumar, the advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Friday led a team of top police officials on a visit to Lethpora on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, the site of one of the deadliest terrorist attacks on security forces in the Valley that left 40 CRPF soldiers dead. Kumar, who holds the ...

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