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Two girls consume poison Srinagar, Jun 8: A girl (name with held) and resident of Peerbal Frisal who was undergoing treatment at SMHS Hospital Srinagar, after she consumed some poisonous substance at her home on 5th June, breathed her last this morning. The body of deceased has been handed over to her relatives for last rites. A case has already registered in this regard. According to the statement issued to KNS, meanwhile, a 30 years old lady (name with held) resident of Hardoo Hanger, See Poison on pg 07
Canteen boy injured in fire incident in Srinagar Srinagar, Jun 8 : A Canteen boy was injured Sunday in a fire incident caused by LPG leakage in the Canteen of a Government office at Bemina, Srinagar. According to the statement issued to KNS, a canteen boy namely Aashiq Hussain Dar son of Ghulam Mohammad resident of Chandihal, Tangmarg received burn injuries when fire engulfed the canteen soon after he ignited a match stick in the canteen where the LPG had got leaked. See Boy on pg 07
L-e-T Divisional Respective Foreign Ministers decide to do away with all hurdles in Commerce Commander, associate killed in Pulwama encounter Srinagar 08 June: Police and security forces achieved a major success when it succeeded in eliminating a LeT Divisional Commander Bilal Ahmad Bhat @ Bilal Lelhari who was involved in killing of Dr. Jalal and his two police guards in an attack at Pampore, besides, in the killing of 2 Army jawans at Kadalbal and in attack near Silver Star. Bilal Lelhari was killed along with his associate in an encounter at Reshipora, Pulwama on Sunday. On a specific information, Pulwama Police, 50 RR and 183 CRPF launched a cordon and search operation at village Reshipora, Kakpora in Pulwama district on Sunday. The militants present in the village fired on the forces triggering See Encounter on pg 07
Inside Story Rajendra visits Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Srinagar, Jun 8 : Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar yesterday visited Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine and reviewed security arrangements of the shrine and en-route. He also inspected the Police Station located at Bhawan and interacted with the personnel there. The statement issued to KNS informed that accompanied by IGP, Jammu, Rajesh Kumar, the DGP took stock of the arrangements made for the Shrine and the pilgrims. He was apprised that adequate arrangements are in place to ensure the security of pilgrims enroute shrine and the Bhawan. He was also informed that all modern securi-
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Srinagar, June 08: (GNS) Police on Sunday recovered an improvised explosive device (IED) from Ranaiwari area in Srinagar city, official sources told GNS.They said that the authorities at (Darasgah) Nayedyar in Rainwari area called police after they found an explosive device inside a room while repairing the building.Sources said that the police team was immediately rushed to the area and recovered a rusted IED inside the room. Meanwhile, police have registered a case and started further investigations in this regard. (GNS)
President to address joint sitting of Parliament today
Drug peddler arrested in Baramulla Srinagar, Jun 8 : As a part of continuing efforts to check the growing menace of drug abuse and drug peddling in district Baramulla, police station Baramulla Sunday on the basis of specific information raided a house and recovered 400 capsules of spasmo-proxyvon and arrested a notorious drug peddler. Case FIR See Drug on pg 07
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New Delhi, June 08: President Pranab Mukherjee will address a joint sitting of Parliament on Monday laying the roadmap of the new government headed by Narendra Modi. In his address beginning at 11 AM in the Central Hall of Parliament, the President will list the priorities of the NDA government which include ushering the economy on the path of fast and all-round growth besides tackling price rise and inflation.
Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will have separate sittings 30 minutes after the conclusion of the address and the Secretaries General of both the Houses will table a copy of the speech. The new government is confronted with some key issues like price rise, fiscal deficit and economic slowdown. Measures to address other issues like putting the core sectors on the fast growth path and ushering in industrial development in the country, besides attracting foreign investment are also likely to figure in the President’s address. The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will hold a discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President’s address on Tuesday and Wednesday according to the provisional list of business in the Houses. On behalf of the ruling party, while BJP See Presidnet on pg 07
Cabinet’s proposed reshuffle runs into rough weather Cong proposes total overhauling of state admin Srinagar, Jun 8: The proposal seeking Pick ‘n’ choose reshuffle in the upper and middle rungs of civil and police administration is virtually running into rough weather as Congress part of the coalition Govt. has proposed massive reshuffle to overhaul the state administration in the next cabinet meeting scheduled to be held on June 11. Authoritative sources disclosed to Kashmir News Service (KNS) that not seeing any role of either the civilian or police authorities in the defeat
Says even if scrapped, no change can be effected in SSL main as long as the international situation remains the same and that Army’s presence in valley is due to India’s difficult relations with Pakistan and China. According to the reports received by KNS, Omar during an interview with the New Delhi based news magazine made the remarks when he was asked that whether Article 370 is meaningless in the face of huge Indian troop presence in the Valley? Omar remarked, “Troops have nothing to do with it. Troops are there because of difficult relations with Pakistan and China. Wars have been fought in my state. Even if Article 370 were to vanish, the troops would remain See Omar on pg 07
Protests in Pampore against sports ground’s shabby condition Srinagar, Jun 8 : Sports enthusiasts of Pampore held a strong protest against the bad condition of sports stadium, Kadlabal Pampore. This stadium is filled with water, debris and plant detritus thus producing intense bad smell. Hundreds of people from Saffron Town Pampore blocked the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway for half an hour and were shouting the slogans. The protesters stated that sports minister had said this while chairing a high level meeting of officers of Youth Services and Sports (YSS), State Sports Council and Army convened to review the pace of progress on sports projects being executed in the district. It has been reported from certain families who are living in the vicinity of this stadium that this watery stadium can cause diseases if it continues to remain in the same worst condition.Police See Protest on pg 07
of the coalition candidates in recent Lok Sabha elections Congress has opposed pick ‘n’ choose reshuffle and instead proposed a massive shake up in state administration the first after Lok Sabha elections. A senior Congress minister while confirming to Kashmir News Service about the simmering differences over the reshuffle in civil and police administration said “we have conveyed our reservations to Chief Minister over the pick ‘n’ choose reshuffle and See Cabinet on pg 07
Azad made Leaderof Congress in Rajya Sabha
Srinagar, Jun 8: Former Union Minister and state chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday appeared all set to become Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha after his appointment as Leader of Congress in the Upper House.According to the reports received by KNS, Azad has been appointed as the leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha of the parliament. Azad while talking to KNS stated
Article 370 prerogative of state assembly: Omar
Srinagar, Jun 8 : Stating that even if Article 370 is scrapped, there would be no change in the state subject laws, created by Maharaja, chief minister Omar Abdullah stated that a ‘deliberate’ campaign by BJP is going on to link Article 370 to state-subject laws. Omar stated that the state subject laws- baring the people from outside the state to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir were created by the Maharaja based on inputs from Jammu, where people were worried about rich Punjabis settling. “Even if Article 370 disappears, they can’t get rid of state-subject laws. Only the state assembly can.” Chief Minister also stated that the presence of troops in valley will re-
New Delhi, June 08: India and China Sunday decided to inject new momentum in their economic ties with both countries pushing for exploring “untapped opportunities” including setting up of industrial parks to take the bilateral trade beyond existing USD 65 billion annually. In their meeting, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi deliberated extensively on economic engagement between the two countries and agreed to intensify business and trade relations. Both the leaders discussed deepening of engagement in specific sectors as well as projects and removing hurdles to spur the trade activities. “There was also a fairly long discussion on economic issues. These included specific projects, trajectory of economic ties, potential for tapping opportunities as well as the hurdles being faced in pursuing
that he is thankful to the UPA chairperson Sonai Gandhi for giving him such a huge responsibility and that he will for sure use his experience that he had gained during his tenure as the minister for the parliamentary affairs. “Now Congress is in the opposition in the Rajya Sabha. At least we are recognized opposition in the Rajya Sabha. This Condition we don’t have in the Lok Sabha. I See Azad on pg 07
Srinagar, Jun 8: A female nurse who recently accused director health services of sexually harnessing her, Sunday met Chairman Huriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Geelani at latter’s Hyderpora residence- asking the senior separatist leader to raise voice for her justice. Demanding a thorough probe into the alleged molestation of a female nurse by the director health services, Geelani stated that he supports the demand of the thorough probe into the incident and wants the case to have the hearing in the public in the court of law instead of being inves-
More than 60 persons killed in a wave of car bombs across Iraq Tehran, Jun 8: In Iraq, more than 60 people were killed following a series of car bomb blasts targeting mostly Shi’ite districts across Baghdad. In all, a dozen blasts rocked the Iraqi capital last night. The deadliest attack took place in the Bayaa neighbourhood, where a car bomb killed 23 people. Most of those perished in the attack were youngsters playing billiards. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but the security agencies have pointed out that the attacks bore the hallmark of Al Qaeda affiliate, the Islamic State of Iraq which has carried out similar attacks in the past. In another development, jihadist fighters stormed Anbar University in Ramadi and detained dozens of students in the dormitory there. According to police, the militants from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant entered the university from the nearby Al-Tasha area, killing guards and blowing up the bridge leading to its main gate. Parts of Ramadi, the capital of restive Anbar province, have been in the hands of Islamic extremists and other anti-government militants for months. See Iraq on pg 07
NC says no to pre-poll, yes to post poll alliance with Congress ‘They were leeches on our bodies; still we will form next government with them’ Srinagar, Jun 8: A day after senior Congress leader and a former chief minister ruled out any pre-poll pact with the ruling National Conference (NC) here. NC Sunday while echoing Azad’s statement for not forging the prepoll alliance however remarked that the party will form the next government with the Congress if the need arises for the same after assembly elections scheduled to be held by the end of this year. “If no absolute majority is given to any party then NC will be ready to forge alliance with the state Congress for the govern-
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enhanced economic cooperation,” Spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs said. Joint Secretary in-charge of China in See Ties on pg 07
tigated by the corridors of power so that masses would come to know about the progress of investigation. “Instead of traditional hearings, the case must be heard on the fast track bases so that the involved could be severely punished. We have the examples of sex scandal of 2006 and Shopian episode of 2009- such cases seldom get justice in Kashmir as the incidents are generally dominated politically” Geelani in a statement issued to KNS stated that the crimes against the women are condemnable including the one wherein a teacher has sexually harassed a student See Geelani on pg 07
ment formation,” said Additional General Secretary NC- Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal. Kamal, who is also the younger brother of NC president Dr Farooq Abdullah also reacted sharply to the statements made by the state Congress chief Saifud-din Soz and former Chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad wherein the Soz had castigated NC- stating that Congress paid price for the mistakes committed by NC and Azad maintained that Congress had a healthy coalition with both PDP and NC in the past.
Hitting back at the state Congress, Kamal said that it was the alliance with the Congress due to which NC witnessed the worst ever debacle in LS polls. He maintained that the state Congress has become the ‘department’ instead of the party wherein vested interests have damaged the very vitals. Kamal also castigated Azad over his remark of the ‘healthy relation’ with PDP- accusing Azad of being the ‘opportunist’. “There are power hungry people in the state Congress. They can do anything in lieu of chair even if the same is against the principal stand of the party.” Commenting over the See NC on pg 07
119th Urs of Hazrat Baba Mian Nizam-ud-Din Kiyanvi (RA) celebrated KANGAN, JUNE 8: Over one lakh devotees thronged Baba Nagri to attend 119thUrs of Hazrat Baba Nizam-ud-Din Kiyanvi (RA). The 2 days Urs, celebrated with great enthusiasm and gaiety, was concluded today with special and joint prayers at Baba Nagri in Wangat Kangan. Every year, the Urs commences on June 7th with Quran Khawani, Daroud Azqar and Khatmat-ul-Mozama at followed by night long prayers and concludes on June 8th with joint prayers. The devotees from within and outside the State, including from POK had reached Baba Nagrito participate in the Urs. Besides paying obeisance on the Dargah of Hazrat Baba Nizam-ud-Din Kiyani (RA) they also took part in night long shab-khawani and Daroud Azqar gatherings held during Urs days.
On the concluding day, a joint prayer was held in which devotees prayed for peace, prosperity, unity, brotherhood and communal harmony of the State. Speaking on the occasion, Sajadh Nisheen Darbari Aaliya Babaji, Mian Bashir Ahmed highlighted the life and contribution of Hazrat Baba Nizam-ud-Din (RA). He said Hazrat Kiyanvi (RA) all along his life preached the lesson of Islam and piousness. He said following the Islamic teachings and treading on it can ensure eradication of evils spreading in the society. Mian Bashir said that Islam teaches us the lesson of humanity and sympathy and stressed upon devotes to work for the welfare of common man and follow the teachings of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). He said Hazrat Baba Nizam-ud-Din See Urs on pg 07
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Encounter an encounter. Two militants were killed in the ensuing encounter. The slain militants were identified as L-e-T Divisional Commander Bilal Ahmad Bhat @ Bilal Lelhari of Lelhar Pulwama and Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh of Kirkipora Pulwama. Bilal Lelhari was involved in killing of Dr. Jalal and his two police guards in an attack at Pampore on 18th July last year, besides, in the killing of 2 Army jawans and snatching of AK rifle at Kadalbal. Bilal was also involved in the attack on Army convoy near Silver Star and was also involved in the conspiracy of Hyderpora attack on Army. Arms and ammunition has been recovered from the encounter site.
Ties the External Affairs Ministry Gautam Bambawale said possibility of investment by Chinese firms in diverse areas were discussed in the meeting. He said Swaraj talked about investment by Chinese firms through industrial parks. Asked whether India’s ballooning trade deficit with China was raised by Swaraj, Bambawale only said both the leaders agreed to expand economic ties. China is India’s biggest trading partner with two-way trade standing close to USD 65 billion, according to official figure but trade deficit in favour of China continued to mount at about USD 40 billion. The bilateral trade also declined by 1.5 per cent, registering a downward trend for the second consecutive year in 2013. India has consistently been raising the issue of increasing trade deficit and seeking greater market access in China to bridge the gap. India has been maintaining that one way to reduce the imbalance is to open up Chinese markets to IT-enabled services, cotton textiles and home furnishings and also in pharmaceuticals. The MEA Spokesperson said Wang told Swaraj that China welcomes India’s development and was ready to engage with the new government.
President Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi will initiate the discussion in Rajya Sabha, party General Secretary Rajiv Pratap Rudy will do so in the Lok Sabha.
Cabinet proposed a bigger reshuffle to over haul the state administration. We want every senior civil and police official should be touched in the proposed reshuffle”. Claiming that the defeat of the coalition candidates is rooted in the failure at the grass roots but not the working of civil and police administration the Congress minister said ‘a bigger reshuffle with an agenda on overhauling the state administration won’t go against the individual or collective interests of the coalition. This would surely have a impact on reviving the cadres of both National Conference and Congress at the grass roots”. Interestingly the agenda for transfers and postings of some senior civil and police officers was put on hold last week when some differences were reported to have surfaced between the Congress and National Conference. Sources privy to developments on administrative reshuffle say that National Conference is reluctant to touch some officers tending to be loyal to them but administratively work under the command and control of Congress ministers. It is in place to mention here that resentment against the appointment of a blue eyed backdoor entrant on the top position of Managing Director in SIDCO over and above his seniors has brewed up resentment against the political and bureaucratic top brass. Though Financial Commissioner Industries and Commerce Khursheed Ganaie has said that the appointment of the said officer as MD SIDCO is a temporary arrangement but the appointment has shaken the working of the prestigious Public Sector Undertaking SIDCO. Interestingly the portfolio of Industries and Commerce is held by National Conference in the Omar Abdullah headed coalition ministry. Meanwhile, National Conference (NC) senior leader and cabinet minister Ali Mohammad Sagar while commenting over the reports told KNS that no such proposal is in the agenda of the next cabinet meet scheduled to be held by the next week. Sagar maintained that the proposal for the transfers in the state administration is yet not on cards and that if any such decision is to be taken; the same shall be threadbare discussed within the cabinet meet only. (KNS)
Azad am thankful that I have been appointed as the leader of the opposition.” (KNS)
Iraq Meanwhile, the death toll in the clashes between Iraqi security forces and militants in Mosul since Friday morning has gone up to 59. These include 21 policemen and 38 militants as the heavy fighting in the northern city entered its second day. The violence came a day after militants launched a major attack on the city of Samarra, north of Baghdad. Iraq has been facing a series of violent clashes amidst growing sectarian divide at a time when a new government is yet to be formed more than six weeks after the parliament elections. According to UN estimates, more than 900 people were killed last month.
Omar as long as the international situation remains the same.” While expressing his worry that the special assistance programmes of the Manmohan regime would be withdrawn during the tenure of the new government at New Delhi, Omar however maintained that Modi he has been elected by the people
Zabarwan Times and it is in the fitness of things that he does business with him. Terming Modi –Sharief meet during former’s oath ceremony on May 26 at New Delhi a ‘good sign’, Omar stated that it is the people of Jammu and Kashmir who suffer the most when there is hostility with Pakistan just as they have the most to gain if relations improve. When asked about the timing of the statement when the repealing of Article 370 was revealed and was that just an intemperate statement by an MP-minister or a considered salvo?, Omar stated that Dr Jitendra Singh has not retracted his statement and has only distanced the PM from it. “I don’t know. Perhaps the MP never imagined he’d be a minister in the PMO. He may have got carried away. But he has not retracted his statement, only distanced the PM from it. I think there is something more to it. They say they have opened talks with stakeholders. We are one of the stakeholders, but no one has spoken to us.” (KNS)
NC recent pre-poll alliance with the Congress, NC’s additional general secretary maintained that when he spoke against it, he suffered at the party level but the truth came to fore and Congress again betrayed NC as the party has done in the past. “They (Congress) were the leeches on our bodies. They are the group of betrayers and the history again repeated itself when the Congress became instrumental in registering defeat of NC in valley.” Kamal however maintained that he is hopeful that Indian National Congress (INC) will again manage a comeback at the national level. “Only one thing that INC needs to do is to rein the state Congress. It has really turned incorrigible and if the same continues, the party will continue to suffer.”
Portest team from Pampore headed by Station House Officer (SHO) Raja Tasleem reached the spot and contacted Tehsildar Pampore, DC Pulwama, Fire Service department and Municipal Committee and assured people of Saffron Town that the problems related to this stadium will be solved in just a couple of days. (KNS)
People of Chittergul and adjacent area demand ATM
Srinagar, Jun 8 (KNS): The inhabitants of Chittergul and adjacent area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag have appealed J&K Bank for commissioning of an ATM in the area. According to the KNS correspondent, the locals said that they have to travel all the way from here to Shangus or Mattan over 20 kilometer distance to transact on the ATM. Locals said that JK bank Chittergul is one of the oldest branches of district Anantnag, with over thirteen thousand accounts holders at present. The masses of the area added that they were facing immense hardships due to absence of an ATM in the area. "We appeal the JK Bank authorities consider our demand of commissioning an ATM at the earliest. (KNS
Srinagar, Jun 8 (KNS): The checking squad headed by ARTO Baramulla, Mohammad Mukhtar Sofi during its drive to check violations under Motor Vehicle Act has realized a fine of Rs 5.53 from 444 drivers found guilty in certain violations of the act in Baramulla district during the past two months. During the process, 6 motorbikes were seized which were being driven by the under-aged drivers without license. According to the statement issued to KNS, during the course of drive, the drivers were made aware about the traffic rules and issued warning against rash driving, use of mobile phone during driving and also for overloading menace to avoid road accidents. (KNS)
Rajendra visits Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine, reviews security arrangements Srinagar, Jun 8: Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar yesterday visited Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine and reviewed security arrangements of the shrine and en-route. He also inspected the Police Station located at Bhawan and interacted with the personnel there. The statement issued to KNS informed that accompanied by IGP, Jammu, Rajesh Kumar, the DGP took stock of the arrangements made for the Shrine and the pilgrims. He was apprised that adequate arrangements are in place to ensure the security of pilgrims en-route shrine and the Bhawan. He was also in-
formed that all modern security gadgets including CCTV Cameras have been put in place at all sensitive locations to ensure proper scrutiny of the baggage and frisking of the visitors. Security personal in adequate numbers have also been deployed along the route to keep close vigil on the activities of suspicious elements to foil any subversive attempt. Mr. Rajendra asked the officers to review the functioning of CCTV Cameras constantly and get the faults rectified immediately, if found at any point of time. He also emphasized to ensure full scrutiny of the baggage of the pilgrims by using the
latest security gadgets. He also called for close coordination between the shrine board management and police personnel to ensure tangible results. Earlier, the DGP paid obeisance at Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine and prayed for the peace and prosperity of the state and people. The statement maintained that DGP while interacting with the jawans deployed en-route, appreciated their dedication and discipline, maintaining that “the security of pilgrims and the shrine is a paramount duty and we have to focus on our duty to make the task more effective’’. He also assured
that all logistic support would be provided to the force to make their job more result worthy. He assured the jawans and officers that PHQ would give top priority to the welfare of personnel deployed in different areas of the state. He said that men in khakhi are performing their professional duties at different fronts of policing and are working in hostile conditions. The department is aware about their difficulties and all efforts would be made to minimize their hardships, said Mr. Rajendra. Senior Superintendent of Police, Reasi and SP, Katra also accompanied the DGP. (KNS)
El-Sissi formally sworn in as Egypt's president
at South Kashmir’s Kulgam area. “Such acts are condemnable at every level and the same has sent the shock waves across valley. Only a disciplined system of governance can put lid over the growing crimes against the women or else the incidents of such nature are inevitable to take place.” (KNS)
Urs Kiyanvi (RA) followed the teachings of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and reached to this point of spiritualty. He said one can live peaceful and dignified life and strengthening the bases of communal harmony once he acts upon the teachings of Islam. Besides the Minister for Forests, Mian Altaf Ahmad, various renowned religious leader and scholars participated in the congregation. Mian Altaf was personally supervising the lodging, boarding and other facilities put in place for the devotees during Urs days.
Poison in this jurisdiction of Police station Kulgam consumed some poisonous substance at her home. She was shifted to hospital for treatment. Police has registered a case in this regard. (KNS)
Boy No 162/2014 of Police station Baramulla under section 8/22 NDPS ACT has been registered in this regard. The statement issued to KNS maintained that the accused (name withheld) has had previous involvement in peddling of psychotropic substances. As a result of this special drive launched on the directions of SSP Baramulla, over the last few months District police Baramulla has successfully apprehended major narcotic suppliers and drug peddlers in Baramulla town, Pattan, Uri, & Sheeri etc. Further recoveries and arrests are expected in the coming days. (KNS)
CAIRO – Egypt's former army chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi was sworn in Sunday as president for a fouryear term, assuming the highest office of a deeply polarized nation roiled by deadly unrest and an economic crisis since its Arab Spring uprising in 2011. El-Sissi's inauguration came less than a year after he ousted the country's first freely elected president, Islamist Mohammed Morsi, following days of mass protests demanding he step down. While praised by many in a wave of nationalist fervor following the July 3 overthrow, el-Sissi's rise to power coincided with the detention of thousands and the killing of hundreds of Morsi supporters. Now, the retired field marshal faces the daunting tasks of reviving Egypt's stagnant economy, fighting Islamic extremists and cementing his rule after years of turmoil in the Arab world's most populous country. "The presidency of Egypt is a great honor and a huge responsibility," el-Sissi told local and foreign dignitaries gathered at an opulent Cairo palace hours after his swearing-in ceremony. Under his rule, he said, Egypt will work for regional security and stability. He also called on Egyptians to build a more stable future after three turbulent years, asking them to work hard so that their rights and freedoms could grow. "It is time for us to build a future that is more stable and pen a new reality for the future of this nation," he said. Hard work, something that he has repeatedly called for in recent weeks, will allow Egyptians to "pay attention to rights and freedoms (to) deepen and develop them," he said. "Let us differ for the sake of our nation and not over it; let us do that as part of a unifying national march in which every party listens to the other objectively and
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without ulterior motives," he said. El-Sissi, 59, earlier took the oath of office before the Supreme Constitutional Court at the tribunal's Nileside headquarters in a suburb south of Cairo, the same venue where Morsi, now on trial for charges that carry the death penalty, was sworn in two years ago. The building, designed to look like an ancient Egyptian temple, is a short distance away from a military hospital where longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak, toppled by the 2011 uprising, is being held. Forced out of office after 29 years in power, Mubarak was convicted last month on graft charges and sentenced to three years in prison. He is also being retried over the killing of protesters during the 18-day revolt. Sunday was declared a national holiday for el-Sissi's inauguration and police and troops deployed throughout Cairo. The entire Cabinet, as well as el-Sissi's wife and children, attended the swearing-in ceremony. Outgoing interim president Adly Mansour, installed by el-Sissi after the overthrow, will return to his post as the chief justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court. El-Sissi is Egypt's eighth president since the overthrow of the monarchy in 1953, the year after a military coup. With the exception of Morsi and two civilians who served in an interim capacity, all of Egypt's presidents have come from the armed forces. A 21-gun salute greeted el-Sissi as he arrived at the Ittiahdiya presidential palace in Cairo's upscale district of Heliopolis after being sworn in. He welcomed dozens of local and foreign dignitaries, including the kings of Jordan and Bahrain, the emir of Kuwait and the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, the largest and wealthiest of the seven sheikdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates. Government of Jammu and Kashmir
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