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GOVERNOR MALIK INAUGURATES SECOND PHASE OF FLYOVER IN SRINAGAR

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Governor S P Malik on Wednesday inaugurated the second phase of the Jehangir Chowk- Rambagh flyover in presence of other government officials.

The stretch over 1. 04 kilometer of the Jehangir Chowk-Rambagh flyover was thrown open for vehicular traffic.

The third and last phase of the flyover is expected to be completed by June end.

CAT

WOMAN WHOSE CATS FED ON EACH OTHER, TO GO ON TRIAL

ANM News Desk: A woman whose home was populated by starving cats who had eaten some of their own to survive has been taking trips to the court to see if she can avoid a trial and possible jail time.

A New Jersey state appeals court ruled that a judge erred earlier when he allowed Jill Petruska to enter an intervention program that would have allowed her to eventually clear her record if she met certain conditions.

Investigators removed 13 live cats from Petruska’s Nutley apartment and estimated that 12 others had died.

Petruska pleaded that she’d been away and caring for a sick relative but had stopped by periodically to care for the cats. She was charged with 26 counts of animal cruelty.

BABY

NEW PARENTS FORGET BABY IN TAXI

ANM News Desk: Parents of a new born baby got the fright of their lives in Germany after accidentally forgetting him in the taxi taking them home from hospital.

Police officials stated that the couple took the baby’s one-year-old sibling out of the car, paid the driver and left but were too late to realise whom they were missing.

It wasn’t until the driver picked up a fare at the airport that the newborn infant made its presence known.

SGYPT

REMNANTS OF 3000 YEAR OLD TEMPLE FOUND

ANM News Desk: Archaeologists working in Cairo have uncovered remains of ancient buildings and artifacts thousands of years old.

A joint German and Egyptian excavation team has recovered relics and the remnants of a temple and other structures at a site dating back to between the 6th and 2nd centuries B.C.

The excavation area, known as Area 251 on Mutasim Street in Cairo’s al-Matareya neighborhood, was found to contain remnants of a temple to Nakhtenbo I—a ruler from Egyptian antiquity—as well as royal statues believed to be far olde

EC GRAPH

EC ‘CREATES HISTORY’ WITH HIGHEST VOTER TURNOUT

ANM News Desk: The Election Commission released a graph showcasing that the Indian Electorate “created history” with the highest voter turnout in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.

Top leaders had taken to social media urging eligible voters to cast their rights. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had mentioned celebrities and encouraged them to inspire others to cast their votes.

SHASHI THAROOR

BJP IS A SINKING SHIP: SHASHI THAROOR

ANM News Desk: Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, unfazed by the exit polls called the the BJP led NDA a sinking ship adding that he does not take these poll results seriously.

A day before the results, Tharoor went on to claim that all exit polls are biased towards the ruling party. He assured that BJP was not going to score as high as predicted.

EC EVM

PARTIES RETALIATE FOLLOWING EC’S DECISION ON EVM ISSUE

ANM News Desk: The Election Commission on Wednesday rejected the Opposition’s demand related to the EVMs and VVPAT slips.

Following the decision, opposition parties have taken to Twitter expressing their dissaproval.

CPI(M) tweeted,“A step could have been taken to ensure transparency and trust in the counting process.”

SHIVRAJ

HIGH HOPES FOR BJP LEADER

ANM News Desk: Former Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan stated that the BJP is confident about winning the Lok Sabha polls.

The leader took to Twitter and wrote,“Narendra Modi will become prime minister.The BJP will get a landslide victory. The Opposition is trying to find a way to avoid defeat before counting.”

ABBAS NAQVI

CONGRESS IS PUTTING ON A HORROR SHOW OVER ITS DEFEAT: MUKHTAR ABBAS NAQVI

ANM News Desk: Slamming the Congress and other opposition parties for raising concerns about EVMs, senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi stated that they want to “discredit” democracy as they are unable to digest “defeat of the dynasty”.

MILITANT

MILITANTS KILLED IN KULGAM GUNFIGHT IDENTIFIED

Yawar Shafi, Srinagar: Two militants were killed in an encounter between government forces and militants at Gopalpora area of DH Pora in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Wednesday morning.

The slain militants were identified as Zahid Ahmad Mantoo Son of Bashir Ahmad Mantoo from Feeripora Shopian and Irfan Manzoor Son of Manzoor Ahmad Bhat from Paonwhi Kulgam.