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Preliminary work on Kalam memorial begins

The Tamil Nadu Government has alloted 1.30 acre land for the memorial at Pei Karumbu, where Kalam was buried after his death in July last. The commencement of the construction work came days after media reports stated that the place where the memorial of the former President was proposed to be built was lying neglected.

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J&K HC grants bail to separatist leader Masarat Alam

An FIR under section 13 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act and other relevant sections of the Ranbir Penal Code was registered in the Budgam police station against Alam and other separatist leaders. Alam was released in March this year, soon after the PDP-led government came to power, after over four years of detention in connection with the 2010 summer agitation in the Valley.

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You will never believe why Akhilesh Yadav will stay away from PM Modi’s event

In 2001, the then UP CM Rajnath Singh inaugurated the DND flyway from Delhi, but did not visit Noida. PM Modi is scheduled to visit Noida to lay the foundation of Delhi-Meerut Expressway on December 31.

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Names to be deleted ‘automatically’ from EC list after death

On the issue of far away polling stations, Zaidi said that the ECI is going to formulate a programme under which all polling booths will fall in the radius of two kilometres from voters’ residences.

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Kerala CM hails Supreme Court verdict upholding liquor policy

With the new liquor policy, only 27 five-star hotels in Kerala would have liquor bars. Besides this, 33 clubs also have license to serve liquor.The policy also had proposed to close down 10 per cent of the IMFL retail outlets of Kerala State Beverages Corporation, which is the sole distributor of IMFL in the state. With this, 36 IMFL outlets would be shut down every year.

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India, Pakistan have shown great maturity to re-engage: Mufti Mohammad ?Sayeed

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Sayeed welcomed the breakthrough on holding of comprehensive bilateral dialogue between India and Pakistan and hoped both the countries will clear the decks for carrying forward the process of reconciliation.

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Lauding the resumption of India-Pakistan dialogue, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has called for a long-term strategic partnership between the two neighbouring countries.Sayeed welcomed the breakthrough on holding of comprehensive bilateral dialogue between India and Pakistan and hoped both the countries will clear the decks for carrying forward the process of reconciliation.”The resumption of dialogue is a gigantic step forward… There is a paradigm shift in New Delhi’s policy towards Islamabad. “Now that both the countries have shown great maturity to re-engage, it has generated hope and expectation among the people of Jammu and Kashmir, who have for long yearned for peace and stability in the region,” Sayeed said addressing a meeting of his PDP here last evening.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Chief Minister reiterated his slogan “Na Bandook Se Na Goli Se, Baat Banegi Boli Se (Not guns and bullets but dialogue will resolve issues). He said people of Jammu and Kashmir are direct beneficiaries of friendly and peaceful relations between the two neighbours. “I have always maintained that dialogue is an evolutionary process in which results are not achieved in a single day,” he added.The Chief Minister also announced framing of a Political Affairs’ Committee within his PDP to give a new direction to the agenda of the party, in tune with the aspirations and wishes of the people. Our responsibility is to sustain the trust and confidence that people continue to repose in us, he said. Member Parliament and PDP President, Mehbooba Mufti, co-chaired the nearly four-hour-long brainstorming session, which was called to obtain firsthand feedback on the functioning of the PDP-BJP government in the state.Sayeed said he had called the meeting to deliberate and discuss face to face with party leaders various issues and to devise a strategy to strengthen the party. He said it was important to obtain feedback to make a reality check vis-a-vis performance of the government. Referring to the state’s special status guaranteed under the Constitution of India, Sayeed said even the agenda of the alliance recognises this special position of the state.

Kashmir govt will abide by court orders on release of prisoners: PDP on Masarat Alam issue

Jammu: Unfazed by the controversy over the release of separatist Masarat Alam, Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday said the Jammu and Kashmir government will abide by the court directives on the release of political prisoners.

Jammu and Kashmir CM Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. AP

Jammu and Kashmir CM Mufti Sayeed. AP

“Whatever the Supreme Court and courts tell us, we are going to abide by that (on release of political prisoners in future)”, senior PDP leader and Minister for Sports, Imran Raza Ansari told reporters on the sidelines of a sports event in Jammu.

Asked whether the Mufti Sayeed government has written to New Delhi assuring it that the policy to release political prisoners will be put on hold, Raza said, “Whatever law says …whatever courts direct us …we have been maintaining this”.

On the issue of consulting coalition partner BJP or New Delhi, Raza said, “We are implementing authorities (of court orders)”.

“We are doing political reconciliation. Let that happen,” he said.

BJP legislators in Jammu and Kashmir had on Monday lodged a strong protest with Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed over the release of Alam and demanded his re-arrest.

The party had also taken exception to the “misinformation campaign” that the decision to release Alam was taken after consulting it.

Under intense attack from BJP, PDP had defended the decision and said the step was taken to facilitate creation of a conducive atmosphere for talks with separatists.

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PDP-BJP is a political alliance first, then for governance: Mufti Mohammed Sayeed

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