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By: PTI | Lucknow | Published: December 1 The Indian Army retaliated,however there are no reports of casualty or damage on the Indian side so far Yesterday an Army jawan and a defence porter had died while six other personnel including a porter were injured in mortar shelling by Pakistan in Krishna Ghati sector Meanwhile sources said schools in Digwar and Karmara areas have been closed for today in view of the intense shelling from across the border The latest round of mortar shelling and firing from Pakistan came only two days after it handed over a 35-year-old woman from Poonch to Indian troops at Chakkan Da Bagh The Pakistani troops had described it “a gesture of goodwill and its efforts to maintain peace and tranquility along the Line of Control’’ Sources attributed the escalation of shelling on borders to growing desperation on Pakistan side over its failure to push in armed terrorists into the state before the onset of winter when mountainous passes get closed due to snow fall Alert BSF troops in Arnia sector had last month detected an incomplete cross border tunnel emanating from Pakistan side of the international border During the past two months there have been nearly 50 infiltration attempts from across the border and 44 of them were successfully foiled by alert troops sources said A few terrorists who managed to enter the state have been eliminated they added The shelling has also caused damage to residential houses at many places making a sizeable number of people shift to safer places while cross LoC trade and travel between two sides through Chakkan Da Bagh on Poonch-Rawalakote road remains suspended In retaliatory fire by Indian troops and BSF Pakistan too has reportedly suffered heavy losses For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Bhopal | Updated: December 19 2016 4:41 pm Finance Minister said that the Bank would provide PoS machines to all shopkeepers in addition to installation of ATMs and kiosks and all other measures ensuring digital transactions Related News Badjhiri in Madhya Pradesh will soon become first ‘cashless’ village in the state having shops equipped with Point of Sale (PoS) machines ATMs and kiosks for online payment facilities “A nationalised bank has come up with a plan in cooperation with the state government to transform Badjhiri into a cashless village” MP’s Finance Minister Jayant Malaiya told reporters on Monday Watch What Else Is Making News Badjhiri is located on the outskirts of MP capital -Bhopal “I will visit the village tomorrow with the bank officials to know how the plans will be materialised on ground to make this village entirely cashless” Malaiya added Finance Minister said that the Bank would provide PoS machines to all shopkeepers in addition to installation of ATMs and kiosks and all other measures ensuring digital transactions Earlier in the morning on Monday Malaiya held a meeting with the officials to discuss measures of cashless transactions being adopted by various state government departments “I held a meeting with the officials They informed me that the training of ‘master trainers’ has been completed These trainers would further educate other employees across the state about the cashless transactions” Malaiya said adding no deadline has been set for completion of this training programme A meeting of MP cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan this morning also discussed measures for going cashless across the departments “Chief Minister has told all his cabinet colleagues to ensure cashless transactions in dealings of their respective departments” Minister for Public Relations and MP Government spokesman Narottam Mishra told reporters after the cabinet meeting “Finance Minister will oversee all the plans in this regard” Mishra added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Lahore | Published: April 24 2014 12:03 am Pakistani writer and columnist Fakir Syed Aijazuddin brought Singh’s ashes from India to fulfill his desire Related News A fistful of ashes of Indian journalist and author Khushwant Singh has been brought to his birthplace in Pakistan’s Punjab province to fulfil his desire to be “reunited with his roots” “The son returned to his soil after 99 years” said Muhammad Hayat former headmaster of the Government Boys High School in Hadali where Khushwant Singh studied Hadali a town of Khushab district in Punjab was Singh’s birthplace His ashes were mixed with cement to fix a marble plaque under a Shisham tree where he played as a child Pakistani writer and columnist Fakir Syed Aijazuddin brought Singh’s ashes from India to fulfill his desire The plaque reads: “A Sikh a scholar and a son of Hadali Punjab This is where my roots are I have nourished them with tears of nostalgia” Singh passed away on March 20 in New Delhi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manu Pubby | New Delhi | Published: April 23 2014 1:25 am The aircraft crashed on March 28 Express archive Related News The shocking crash last month of the IAF’s special operations C-130 J aircraft is believed to have been caused by the transporter inadvertently flying into the wake of the lead plane during the tactical training mission leading to a loss of control at low altitude and the accident that killed all five crew members Preliminary findings of the detailed inquiry under way point to a “wake turbulence” incident in which the C-130 J which was part of a two-aircraft formation practising insertion of paratroopers stalled at a low level after hitting the wake of the lead aircraft The findings have ruled out any technical fault and suggested that the aircraft failed to adopt a flight path to avoid the massive wake generated by the four engines of the lead C-130 J An error of judgement by the pilot could have contributed to the incident the findings suggest The probability of such a loss of control is particularly high when heavy aircraft are conducting manoeuvres close to the ground In this case both aircraft were flying at 300 feet above ground level and had to climb to 1000 feet when the accident occurred While the lead aircraft of the formation successfully climbed to 1000 feet after the simulated “drop” the second aircraft crashed into a river bed without any warning or distress signal This sources said suggests a sudden drastic loss of control due to the turbulence generated by the lead C-130 J and is being corroborated by the air crash investigators with data from the flight recorders Once the inquiry findings are finalised new safety directives are likely to be generated within the air force to avoid such accidents The air force had also sought the help of the manufacturer Lockheed Martin to decipher the voice recorder as well as the flight data recorder The loss of the air force’s most modern special operations C-130 J aircraft on March 28 was particularly shocking given that the plane had been inducted into the air force in 2010 and was commanded by Wing Commander Prashant Joshi an experienced pilot and the second in command of the 77 ‘Veiled Vipers’ squadron Hours after taking off as part of a two-aircraft formation from Agra to carry out low-level flying training the aircraft had apparently grazed a hillock before crashing 116 km west of Gwalior on the Rajasthan-Madhya Pradesh border For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Jammu | Updated: October 13 apparently gets favoured from such influential persons who can take executive decisions, “But the results of legal battles are always uncertain. 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China and India have been engaged in a month-long standoff over Doklam plateau in the Sikkim sector after Indian troops stopped the Chinese army from building a road in the disputed area.but what ‘Swades’ is about and what it stands for.” he added. Got zero in an exam? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 23, programme at residence,Unless CBI recorded the statement of PW Resham Singh who claims that he was eyewitness to the incident,he said. the city of Nawabs, while the Christian population is 1.

claims that the Gujarat Chief Minister is “responsible for some of the worst religious violence ever seen in independent India”. The centre, by celebrating victory with his newly adopted tradition of pouring the celebratory champagne into his sweaty race shoe and then drinking it — something he calls the ‘Shoey’.2012, 2013 6:18 pm Related News Vice President Hamid Ansari today visited the Old Fort also known as the Purana Qila,however, For all the latest Mumbai News,YoungEntrepreneur. loan, we are trying to find out a solution.

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