In a horrific incident, A five-member Hindu family in Pakistan was found dead with their throats slit under mysterious circumstances on Friday. Police have recovered some of the weapons used in the killings, including a knife and an axe. Police officials have begun investigation in the killings and are likely to submit report soon. The incident has once again raised questions on the constant attack on the hindu minorities in Pakistan.
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Pakistan PM Imran Khan won a trust vote in the National Assembly securing his government after an embarrassing defeat at the Senate polls. Khan needed 172 votes to win the Confidence Vote. He received 178.
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The Rashtriya Rifle Battalion in collaboration with an NGO has set UP a bakery unit in Rajouri's Lam village. Unemployed women were trained on baking skills for three weeks by the coordinator of Assem Foundation. Based on self sustainment model, bakery unit has modern machinery installed for smooth functioning. Project aims to generate employment, make woman self-reliant and self-dependent. Total of 12 women were trained for running this bakery. Earlier also Rashtriya Rifle battalion has carried out various projects like Tailoring cadre, driving cadre, computer classes in order to empower local women.
Seven-day long mega awareness cum exhibition 'mela' was organised in J-K's Rajouri by district administration in collaboration with Khadi and Village Industries Board (KVIB). A large number of people participated in the program and different stalls were also organised to create awareness.
The security got beefed up in JandK on Feb 17 after a suspicious object was found at the highway in Manjakote near Rajouri. The object in question was later neutralised by Bomb Disposal Squad. The patrolling has increased in the area. Highway Patrolling In-charge of Rajouri, Razak Khan said, "In the morning, we spotted a suspicious object on Jammu-Poonch highway at Manjakote in Rajouri which was later disposed. Traffic resumed after it was neutralised. Both Army and Police prevented a major incident."
National School of Drama (NSD) Chairman Paresh Rawal on March 06 expressed hopes of the prestigious drama school's branch opening soon in Jammu and Kashmir, saying that the region offers rich culture, and if an NSD starts functioning there, the Kashmiri youths, both boys and girls, will get a motive in their lives. The BJP MP, while praising the NSD, said had he been an alumnus, he would have been a better actor.
A terrorist was reportedly apprehended by security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. A joint team of police and Army also uncovered a terror hideout in Reasi. The development occurred on March 5. Forces recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition from the terror lair. Soldiers were seen delicately extricating grenades and other explosives from a bag at the hideout. Watch the full video for more.
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