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WOMAN ARRESTED FOR HIDING MOTHER’S BODY 44 DAYS POST DEATH

ANM News Desk: An American woman has been arrested for hiding her dead mother’s body for 44 days in their Virginia home.

55-year-old Jo-Whitney Outland had been charged with concealing the body of her mother, Rosemary, in her home following her death on December 29th.

The body had been hidden under 54 blankets, while 66 air fresheners were used to disguise the smell as Ms Outland slept beside it.

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PULWAMA ATTACK TAKES LIFE OF 5 SOLDIERS FROM RAJASTHAN

Lokesh Vyas, Jodhpur: 5 soldiers from Rajasthan are among the 45 killed in the heinous terror attack in Pulwama by the militant outfit, Jaish-e-Mohammed.

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POPPY HUSK SMUGGLER SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS OF IMPRISONMENT

ANM News Desk: A special court in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur district on Thursday sentenced the owner of a multi-utility vehicle to ten years of imprisonment for possession and transporation of poppy husk.

Bhanvarlal Vishnoi, a Rajasthan resident , was also fined Rs 1 lakh. He has previously escaped from the police officials’ clutches in 2010 while his vehicle was intercepted with 2.96 quintal poppy husk.

Vishnoi was charged under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985.

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PULWAMA DEADLY ATTACK AFTERMATH

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Home Minister Rajnath Singh to arrive Srinagar today to assess ground situation and operational actions. He will chair highly placed security review meeting with top security officials. Meanwhile NIA team is also scheduled to visit the blast site in Lethpora Pulwama. IG level officer of NIA to probe into this matter. In New Delhi High command security meeting will be start at 9:15. National Security Advisor will monitor the meeting.

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NO NEED TO PANIC: DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER KASHMIR ON PREVAILING SITUATION

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan said that on the strict directions of Governor S P Malik, advisors, BVR Subrahmanyam, the divisional administration of the valley worked round the clock to review the situation daily.

Now the situation is totally under control as far as the essential commodities and other important services, which were temporarily disturbed due to the recent snowfall and blockade of national highway, are concerned.

Divisional Commissioner made these remarks while briefing the media persons here.  He said with more trucks coming on Thursday, there is no question of scarcity of any essential commodity. People need not worry about essential commodities, he said, adding that further 1000 stranded passengers were brought from Jammu via special flights to ease the rush. Similarly, for the first time GATE students were airlifted free of cost to Jammu, he added.

Div Com said the administration had made a comprehensive plan to tackle the situation. “The amount of snowfall was unprecedented and has happened after many years but the prompt action of administration helped to minimise its effects. 9 to 10 ft snowfall was received at higher reaches, but that didn’t deter the working of administration,” he said.
He said that 24X7 control rooms at divisional, district and police department, gave round the clock information to public and people were made aware of entire situation.

KASHMIR COP_ENG

HASEEB MUGHAL IS NEW SSP SRINAGAR, MASSIVE RESHUFFLE IN J&K POLICE DEPARTMENT

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: The State Administration has made enormous changes in Jammu and Kashmir Police department ahead of the announcement of Lok Sabha polls, which will pave way for model code of conduct.

At the outset, SSP Srinagar Imtiyaz Ismail Parray has been transferred and posted as officer on special duty with Advisor to Governor Vijay Kumar. Dr Mohd Haseeb Mughal has been posted as the new Srinagar police chief, said an order issued by the home department.

Shailendra Kumar Mishra awaiting orders of posting in PHQ, is posted as Commandant IR 7th Battalion (Ambgrota) against an available vacancy. Rahul Malik, SSP, Security, J&K is transferred and posted as SSP, Bandipora in place of Sheikh Zulfikar Azad.

Gurinderpal Singh, SP (West) Srinagar is transferred and posted as SP, Kulgam vice Harmeet Singh Mehta. Sandeep Gupta, Additional SP, Domana is transferred and posted as Additional SP, Anantnag vice Farooq Qesor Malik.

Shakti Kumar Pathak, (JKPS: 1999), SSP, Traffic (NHW) is transferred and posted as SSP, Kishtwar vice Rajinder Kumar Gupta. Abdul Qayoom, AIG (CIV), PHQ is transferred and posted as SSP, Baramulla vice Imtiyaz Hussain Mir.

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DRUG PEDDLER ARRESTED IN KULGAM SOUTH KASHMIR

Yawar Shafi, Kashmir: The Jammu and Kashmir Police claimed to have arrested One person by Qaimoh police during a naka checking at Wanpoh following an action targeting those involved in drug peddling in Kulgam. The said person has been identified as Mohd Younis Bhat son of Gh Mohammad Bhat resident of Khudwani. He was arrested for the drug offences have been taken to Police Station Qaimoh where he remains in custody. This is a part of proactive action initiated by Kulgam police against the drug peddlers of South Kashmir.

Officers have seized huge quantity of codeine phosphate and Spasmoproxyvan tablets from his possession. Case FIR No 09/2019 under relevant sections has been registered in Police Station Qaimoh and investigation has been taken up. Police requests Community members to come forward with any information regarding drug peddlers in their neighborhood. Persons found indulging in drug peddling will be dealt as per law.

 

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THREE CITIES BEAT DELHI TO BE THE MOST POLLUTED

ANM News Desk: Three northern cities have bypassed Delhi to become India’s most polluted regions this year, with Bihar’s capital Patna emerging as the forerunner, studies show. The other two cities occupying prominent positions on the list are Kanpur and Varanasi, both in BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh.

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FORMER INDIAN INTERNATIONAL WRESTLER AND ARJUNA AWARDEE IMPRISONED FOR HEADING DRUG RACKET

ANM News Desk: Former Punjab Police DSP and international wrestler Jagdish Bhola was on Wednesday convicted by a CBI court and sentenced to 12 years of rigorous imprisonment in a multi-crore drugs smuggling case. CBI Judge N S Gill pronounced his verdict in seven FIRs registered against 54 accused in the case. Out of these 54 accused, 23, including Bhola, were held guilty of various charges, while 31 were acquitted.

In 2013, six FIRs were filed against Bhola under the NDPS Act in Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali. On Wednesday, the Arjuna Award-winning wrestler was acquitted in three cases, while being sentenced to 12 years in jail with three others. These included 12 years jail in one case, 10 in another and two years in jail in the third case. All the three sentences will run concurrently, the court stated

The police officials had also recovered 10 kg heroin from Bhola’s possession.

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MILITANCY IN JAMMU & KASHMIR

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: As per reports, no specific connection has surfaced between the outfit ISJK and the groups operating in Iraq and Syria.

It has been reported that 7 local youths have joined ISJK through self proclamation. Out of these 4 militants were neutralized on 22.06.2018 at Khiram Srigufawara, Anantnag, 2 were arrested and 1 is presently active in the valley.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.