Jammu

With the commencement of the Kashmir Railway, Jammu Tawi will gain dual importance. All trains to the Kashmir Valley will pass through Jammu Tawi. A part of the Kashmir railway project has been executed and the track has been extended to Udhampur. Some of Jammu Tawi`s trains have been extended to Udhampur and would be further extended to Katra wi....
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Jammu

[Lok Sabha constituency] Jammu Lok Sabha constituency is one of the six Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir state in northern India. This constituency was created in 1967. ==Assembly segments== Jammu Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments: ==Members of Parliament== ==Election results=...
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Jammu

city, winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir state, northwestern India. It lies along the Twi River, south of Srnagar, and to the north is the Siwlik ... [1 related articles]
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Jammu

Jammu (jŭ'mOO) , city (1991 pop. 206,135), Jammu and Kashmir state, N India, on the Tawi River and in the Himalayan foothills. The winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir state, it is strategically important as the southern terminus of a highway linking the Vale of Kashmir with the North India...
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Jammu

Winter capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India, 130 km/80 mi north of Amritsar; population (2001) 378,400. It stands on the River Tavi, a tributary of the Chenab, and was linked to India's rail system in 1972. It was once a seat of the Rajput dynasty. There is a Sanskrit library containing many rare manuscripts
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