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After backlash, Farooq, Omar out to hoodwink people again, toe separatist line
8/5/2020 1:25:57 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 4: National Conference president and former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah seems to have finally realised that his party is in quandary due to the recent statements of his son, Omar Abdullah, over abrogation of Article 370. According to the sources, many senior NC leaders are unhappy over the approach adopted by Omar Abdullah and also over the party's silence on Article 370 ever since the father- son duo was released from captivity earlier this year. It was only due to this approach that the party's senior leader and chief spokesman Aga Syed Ruhullah resigned from his post. “I have sent across my resignation from the post of Chief Spokesperson of @JKNC. From here on none of my statements should be considered as such,” Ruhullah tweeted last month. After sensing that other leaders may also toe Ruhullah’s line, NC leadership has taken a complete U- turn vis-a-vis its approach. As per the reports, National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdul...
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Peripheral schools face shortage of lecturers, courtesy DSEJ
8/5/2020 1:25:52 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 4: Directorate of School Education Jammu (DSEJ) failing to detach the lecturers, attached in its office for the past many years, has led to several peripheral Higher Secondary Schools facing shortage of lecturers. According to the details available with Early Times, even the administrative department had issued an order to detach all the teaching staff but the instructions were not followed. Distressed over the failure of the School Education Department to fill the vacant posts of teaching staff in schools, Block Development Chairman Bhoond, Shanker Singh has written a letter to Union Minister Dr. Jatinder Singh, in which he has raised the issue of sho...
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One year after scraping Art 370: OBCs feel 'backstabbed' by J&K BJP leaders
8/5/2020 1:25:46 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 4: One year after abrogation of Article 370, the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) - who were elated on August 5, 2019, have reasons to feel ‘cheated’ as after passing of one year nothing concrete has been done to end their woes. There is a feeling among OBCs that they were used by the government while defending abrogation of Article 370 but in reality J&K BJP leaders be-fooled them with one way or another. All hopes of the OBCs have been dashed with decision of the UT administration to rationalize recruitment policy six months back “Since August 5, we were hoping that administration will remove injustice with the OBCs but once again the government has ...
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UPSC qualifier deletes twitter account after her old anti-India tweets resurface
8/5/2020 1:25:41 AM
EARLY TIMES REPORT SRINAGAR, Aug 4: A UPSC Qualifier from Kashmir on Tuesday deleted her twitter account after receiving a backlash for her anti-India tweets and calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘murderer of democracy’. The UPSC qualifier deleted the twitter account moments after she broke the news of her qualifying the prestigious UPSC- Union Public Service Commission- examination. “Hard work and consistency is the key to crack this examination. I thank everyone who supported me to reach this goal,” she wrote on twitter and tagged a few known IAS officers. After her tweet, netizens started digging out her old tweets in which she had called the Prime Minister ‘the murderer of de...
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Munish Gupta asks government to solve problems of people of Raina Colony Jeevan Nagar
Residents of Raina Colony Jeevan Nagar at receiving end since problems remain unattended
8/5/2020 1:25:15 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 4: Munish Gupta, Editor in Chief, Early Times has asked the administration to come up to the expectations of the people living in the Jammu region and solve the problems living in the different areas of the city. Referring to the problems being faced by the people of Gandhi Nagar constituency Munish said that many areas of this constituency have been left to the mercy of God. He said that despite repeated reminders the people at helm have not taken any step ...
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COVID-19 death toll in JK reaches 417 as 10 more die, 390 fresh cases come up
Positive cases 22396, active positive 7123, recovered 14856
8/5/2020 12:04:22 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 4: The COVID-19 death toll in union territory of Jammu & Kashmir reached 417 as 10 more people died due to virus in past 24 hours. Meanwhile, 390 new cases of virus were reported today in the union territory. Srinagar and Budgam reported three each Corona Virus deaths followed by Pulwama two deaths and a death each in Baramulla and Bandipora districts. Kashmir valley has so far reported 387 COVID-19 deaths with the number of casualties in Ja...
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Naib Tehsildar misbehaves with student, Asks him to wash his car for Domicile Certificate
8/5/2020 12:02:11 AM
RAJESH TANDON EARLY TIMES REPORT POONCH, Aug 4: A Naib Tehsildar has allegedly misbehaved with a student, who had visited his office for Domicile Certificate, asking him to wash his car for attending his application but when later refused to oblige, the officer threw the file on his face. While narrating his ordeal, Akhraz Khan of Golhuta of tehsil Mendhar of district Poonch who is presently studying in Jammu, said that today he visited the office of Naib Tehsildar, Harni to apply for the issuance of Domicile Certificate which was needed for job purpose but he got shocked when Naib Tehsildar asked him to wash his car in lieu of Domicile Certificate. “When today morning, I reached the ...
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Despite rebellion, NC won’t sack Ruhulla!
8/5/2020 12:01:46 AM
Srinagar, Aug 4: Even as former Cabinet minister and senior National Conference leader Aga Ruhulla Mehdi has publicly announced a rebellion against the NC by resigning from being the Chief Spokesperson, the party is unlikely to sack him. On July 28, Ruhulla had informed on the social media that he was resigning from being the Chief Spokesperson. “”I have sent across my resignation from the post of Chief Spokesperson of @JKNC_ . From here on none of my statements should be considered as such,” Mehdi had said on the Twitter. Sources said the though the NC was embarrassed by the public tendering of the resignation, the party has decided not to quit him from the party. It is for the second t...
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Youth slits throat of cousin sister
8/4/2020 10:46:05 PM
ASIF IQBAL NAIK EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Aug 4: In a shocking incident, 24 year old youth slit the throat of his cousin sister in remote Kewa village of Bhunzwah Tehsil in Kishtwar District. The 17-year old victim girl who was critically injured had been shifted to District Hospital Kishtwar and is undergoing treatment in the hospital. As per the details available with Early Times, the accused Suret Singh has lured his minor cousin sister during tender age and develop some physical relationship with him. The accused who was working as a labourer outside J&K had return home due to prevailing lockdown and was forcing the girl to continue relationship with him which the girl refused whic...
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Authorities ask security forces to be cautious after inputs of attack on political leaders
8/4/2020 10:45:56 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 4: The field units of the security forces have been asked to be extra careful in view of inputs of attack on political leaders. Quoting a communication which has been sent to field units, a source said, “As per field sources militants are planning to attack on important political leaders. You are instructed to review security of all political leaders and take all precautions/measures including strengthening of their security grid and also advise them to restrict their movement only to important events and unnecessarily/ avoidable movement be avoided.” The move comes after the deadly attack on the BJP’s young face in north Kashmir’s Bandip...
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Kupwara girl, who cracked IAS exam among youngest in India
Says hard work, dedication are key to success
8/4/2020 10:45:06 PM
ISHTIYAQ AHMAD EARLY TIMES REPORT SRINAGAR, Aug 4: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the results of Civil Services Examination - 2019. A total of 829 candidates have been selected to various civil services through this examination. Pradeep Singh has topped the exam while Pratibha Verma is the topper among the women candidates. Pradeep Singh who topped the examination has said he will work for the poor and deprived sections of the society. Meanwhile, as many as 16 aspi...
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District Magistrate lifts curfew after situation remains incident-free in Srinagar
Admin announces 4% reservation in professional institutions for students from Ladakh
Abrogation of Art 370 could not end suffering of Jammu people: TDF
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CF appeals to PM to release Mehbooba Mufti
Councillor inaugurates Bomb's Shell Saloon
DC Jammu reviews arrangements for Independence Day celebration
Shiksha Niketan School organizes online “Rakhi – Making Activity”
35,000 vacancies are being filled post abrogation of Article 370 provisions: Officials
Mayor JMC inaugurates open gym
E-Lok Adalat in Samba on August 22
KPC strongly reacts over statement of Farooq Abdullah
Sikh Naujwan Sabha felicitates Sarpanch Balbir Kour
Sarpanch Balbir Kour felicitated
DDC seeks enforcement of SOPs, launching Pyt level awareness campaign
GDC Akhnoor conducts plantation drive
No clue about rifleman of TA abducted in south Kashmir on Sunday
Farooq Abdullah can’t dare to raise finger on Pakistan: Raman Suri
BJP Panch, affiliated with BJP, critically injured in Kulgam
Union Home Secy reviews COVID-19 management in J&K
BBIA criticizes PDD for failing to provide uninterrupted power supply
Violence at Kathua toll plaza over taxing local, six arrested, sec 144 imposed
5 August is not less than Deepawali for us: Sat
National Sikh Front donating 550 cotton masks to Jammu University
FAIVM urges PM to introduce centralized registration system for business
AJKLTF demands early implementation of NEP-2020 in J&K
NSUI organizes “Barkhi” on completion of one year blockage of 4G internet
Brahman Sabha performs Shila poojan, hawan
SRS asks Jammuites to light Diyas at their homes on Aug 5
Security forces defuse IED on Srinagar-Baramulla highway
Cong launches online ‘Speak Up J&K’ on one year of Article 370’s abrogation
Cong demand probe into fire incidents at various BDO offices in Kishtwar
Kabir Basti declared containment/red zone; Lockdown imposed
Court rejects bail of accused, brother in murder case
Ensure deployment of adequate staff in Sub Division Marwah : DB
BJP leaders will hoist “Tiranga”, light up chowks on 5th August: Ravinder Raina
Police solves blind murder within 48 hours, two culprits arrested
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