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Mehbooba Mufti toughens stance on Jammu and <strong>Kashmir</strong> government formation

Mehbooba Mufti toughens stance on Jammu and Kashmir government formation

06 Feb 2016

Jammu: Hardening her stance, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti made it clear that she will not form the government with BJP in Jammu and Kashmir if the Narendra Modi dispensation does not create a 'conducive atmosphere' by committing confidence building measures (CBMs) for the state.

Mehbooba Mufti,   government formation,   BJP PDP alliance,   conducive atmosphere,   CBM,   Jammu and Kashmir,   BJP,   PDP,   PDP chief,   Centre,   latest states news ,  
<strong>Kashmir</strong> cannot be separated <strong>from</strong> India: Farooq Abdullah

Kashmir cannot be separated from India: Farooq Abdullah

02 Feb 2016

Jaipur: Kashmir cannot be separated from India despite efforts by the neighbouring country, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah said.

Kashmir issue,   Farooq Abdullah,   Pakistan,   Kashmir,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> Army offers <strong>help</strong> to trace missing Indian Army personnel in Siachen

Pakistan Army offers help to trace missing Indian Army personnel in Siachen

04 Feb 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan Army today offered assistance to locate and rescue 10 Indian soldiers who went missing after an avalanche hit a high-altitude military post in Siachen Glacier.

Pakistan Army,   missing Indian Armymen,   Siachen,   Pakistan,   military post in Siachen,   Glacier,   Latest World News,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> contingent <strong>gets</strong> green signal <strong>from</strong> government to participate in SAG

Pakistan contingent gets green signal from government to participate in SAG

02 Feb 2016

Karachi: Pakistan's 456-strong contingent for the upcoming South Asian Games in India has been cleared by its government to participate in the event starting February 5.

SAG,   Pakistan in SAG,   SAG 2016,   South Asian Games,   Participants in SAG,   Countries in SAG,   Latest sports news,  
Civil flights may land on Leh airbase soon

Civil flights may land on Leh airbase soon

06 Feb 2016

Srinagar: The Indian Air Force (IAF) has agreed to vacate the airbase at Leh district which will be used for expansion of the civilian airport by the Jammu and Kashmir government.

Indian Air Force,   Leh airbase,   Jammu and Kashmir government,   Airport Authority of India,   Latest state news ,  
'TT Maha League' to begin in Mumbai <strong>from</strong> 28th May

'TT Maha League' to begin in Mumbai from 28th May

06 Feb 2016

Shillong: Table tennis will be the latest to join the bandwagon of franchise league tournament and it will be named 'TT Maha League', the Federation secretary general Dhanraj Choudhary said here today.

TT Maha League,   TT Maha League in India,   TT league in India,   Latest sports news,  
Popular refreshing drinks <strong>from</strong> across the world!

Popular refreshing drinks from across the world!

06 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Every country has its own popular drink, either on the basis of its overall consumption or due to its unique taste and flavours. So, if you get a chance to visit these countries, you should definately try out their popular refreshing drinks.

Popular drinks in world,   national drinks,   red bull,   pina colada,   sangria,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Porbandar Boat association urges PM to bring fishermen home

Porbandar Boat association urges PM to bring fishermen home

06 Feb 2016

Ahmedabad: Porbandar Fishermen Boat association has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to initiate efforts to bring back the jailed Indian fishermen and their boats from Pakistan.

Porbandar Boat association,   PM Modi,   jailed Indian,   Pakistan,   Manish Lodhari,   latest nation news,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> Parliamentary panel report on militant groups intends to appease India: Geelani

Pakistan Parliamentary panel report on militant groups intends to appease India: Geelani

04 Feb 2016

Srinagar: Terming as 'unfair and unjustified' the recommendations of a Pakistani Parliamentary panel that 'Pakistan should avoid supporting militant groups in Kashmir', hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Geelani said the 'freedom struggle in Kashmir has nothing to do with terrorism'.

Geelani,   Hurriyat leader,   Pakistan,   Pakistan Parliamentary panel,   Kashmir,   militant groups,   panel on kashmir militant,   hardline Hurriyat Conference,   India,   India Pakistan relation,   latest nation news ,  
Battery technology may draw salt ions <strong>from</strong> seawater: Report

Battery technology may draw salt ions from seawater: Report

06 Feb 2016

Washington: The technology that charges batteries for electronic devices could provide fresh water from salty seas, a new study suggests. Electricity running through a salt water-filled battery draws the salt ions out of the water.

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