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Breaking News :   J&K's Reorganisation leave Pakistan guessing | Police identifying vandalizers through CCTVs | DPS Nagbani organizes Fancy Dress Competition | Close door meeting between an SHO and kingpin of willow- cleft/polythene smuggling business, raises eyebrows | No clarity on release of political leaders in J-K | Sainik School Nagrota begins Golden Jubilee Celebrations | Pak bringing over 100 terrorists from Afghanistan for Kashmir: Sources | Successive regimes ignored Jammu, says Munish | GDC Kathua organizes career counseling programme | Shiksha Niketan organizes Self Intro Competition | Will distribute my salary among needy' | TADA Court issues fresh production warrants of Yaseen Malik | YCET inaugurates internet of things lab | Senior IAS officer Ajay Bhalla appointed Home Secretary | Something grave happening in J&K and govt is trying to hide it: Ghulam Nabi Azad | GDC RS Pura organizes plantation drive | KCSC wins match by 6 wickets | DC Jammu reviews progress on languishing projects | Abrogation of Article 370: Businessmen ready to sacrifice self interests for nation | Div Com Jammu reviews progress on land acquisition | Advisor Kumar reviews health facilities, law & order in Kishtwar | With internet off in Valley youth addicted to mobile, return to offline games like 'ludo' | IGP Jammu reviews security scenario on eve of Janamashtami | Students throng schools after restrictions are lifted | Miran Sahib Police trace 'kidnapped' girl | Eminent Kashmiri Pandits hail revocation of Article 370 | 700 eminent Kashmiri Pandits support Centre's decision on Article 370: Panun Kashmir | Life-Imprisonment to four in murder case | Restrictions eased in most Kashmir areas, says Govt as Mobile, Internet services remain suspended | Pakistan violates ceasefire in Sunderbani sector, Indian Army retaliates | STDs extracting huge amounts for few minutes of calls | VBCE opens seminar hall in its premises | J&K bags 3 silver, 2 bronze in junior national pencak silar C'ship | Sustainable Development and Disaster Management | INC - SOS button pressed into service | Dy Mayor inspects Kanji House, takes stock of problems | Sat tours Ward 31, listens, solves people's grievances | World leaders says Kashmir is a bilateral issue | PDP MP urges Govt to release all political prisoners | KVIC organizes PMEGP awareness camp | Denudation of Forest playing havoc with environment: Ashok Sharma | PCSD Samba celebrates Birth Anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi | Farmers' awareness camps organized | Parthenium Awareness Week concludes at SKUAST-Jammu | SDS to organize grand shobha Yatra on Janamashtami | Muskan Foundation begins tailoring, cutting training | Advisor Sharma reviews status of NRDWP, ongoing PHE schemes | Traders body wants dedicated corridor to transport apples from Kashmir to Jammu | JCCI questions hike in road tax on all vehicles | Div Com reviews modalities for operationalization of Fruit Mandis | ABKM demands for implementation of Article 371, 372 | BJP criticizes Ghulam Nabi Azad | Navin reviews preparedness for tourism promotional campaign | KPC hails abrogation of Article 370 | Students of JNVS B'la asked to resume class work | 30 more prisoners shifted to Agra | 40 JKSC (Judicial) candidates recommended for medical examination | Return Form GSTR-B to be furnished electronically by September 20 | To defame classmate, girl sends vulgar messages via fake Facebook profile; arrested | AFCAT exam scheduled on Aug 24 at Srinagar center postponed: IAF | AIBCU hails revocation of Article 370 | Kathua admin hosts capacity building program for Sarpanchs | BJP is living example of "Democracy" says BJP's SC Morcha president | Interstate gang of vehicle lifters busted, 4 arrested; 5 stolen vehicles recovered | Samba admin to focus on promotion of Bamboo cultivation, craft | J&K division encourages demand for small states | ABVP demands systematic approach for timely declaration of results by JU | 8 persons arrested’ intoxicative capsules, heroin recovered | Ramban admin establishes Phone booths for public | Residents of village Kundra demand upgradation of schools | Back Issues  
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J&K's Reorganisation leave Pakistan guessing
GoI settled so-called Kashmir dispute once for all
8/22/2019 11:07:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: Government of India (GoI) Reorganising Jammu and Kashmir has rattled Pakistan. The neighbouring country is finding it hard to digest that the so-called disputed region has been turned into a Union Territory, which would be directly govern by the Centre. Reorganisation of the state has disempowered the Kashmiri Politicians, who during past seven decades left no opportunity to blackmail the Centre and get harping that Kashmir is an issue and Pakistan as party to it. An Analyst, while talking to Early Times said since the day National Investigation Agency (NIA) was handed over the responsibility to expose the element behind unrest in the Kashmir, the investigating agency beside nailing the separatists also tightened its nose around few mainstream leaders too. He said that the Kashmir during the past seven decades had turned into an industry for the people who thrived on keeping the conflict alive. "It has been proved on many occasions that Kashmiri ...
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Police identifying vandalizers through CCTVs
8/22/2019 11:07:33 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 22: Amid tough situation, the security forces have been collecting the evidences including footages of close circuit television (CCTV) cameras to identify the people involved in vandalizing the property since August 5. Sources said that stone pelting incidents have taken places in several parts of south Kashmir and including in Soura, Natipora, Safakadal, Badshah Nagar, Bemina, Sopore besides several parts since August 5 following the clampdown after abrogation of Article 370 and 35A and bifurcation of state by the centre. Amid all this, the property (public and property) worth hundreds of crores of rupees have been destroyed including some government of...
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Close door meeting between an SHO and kingpin of willow- cleft/polythene smuggling business, raises eyebrows
8/22/2019 11:07:26 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: A close door meeting between the Station House Officer (SHO) of a border police station along with the kingpin of willow cleft and polythene smuggling, has raised many eyebrows and signals towards a deal reached between both. Sources informed Early Times that the kingpin of the willow-cleft smuggling and polythene carry bags smuggling in the district, was called by the SHO for a meeting in the police station. "The closed doors meeting continued for over an hour and what transpired in the meeting is still unknown but the past record of the involved officials speak a lot", sources said. They informed that the kingpin of the willow cleft smuggling was w...
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No clarity on release of political leaders in J-K
8/22/2019 11:07:15 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Aug 22: Jammu and Kashmir''s political leaders, including former chief ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, are likely to be in custody for some more time with officials saying there is no clarity on their release as the Valley continues to be on edge. A senior government official also made it clear that any decision on the release of the people under detention in Jammu and Kashmir will be taken by the local administration depending on the ground situation. It is very difficult to say when the detainees can be released, the official said, indicating that it is unlikely to be any time soon. While Omar and Mehbooba are kept in different guest houses, another f...
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Pak bringing over 100 terrorists from Afghanistan for Kashmir: Sources
8/22/2019 11:07:06 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Aug 22: Pakistan is planning to push 100 hardcore terrorists from Afghanistan into Kashmir to carry out attacks as part of its "larger design" to create unrest in the Valley, security sources said on Thursday. In addition, around 15 Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists are already waiting at the terror launch-pads in Lipa valley along the Line of Control on the Pakistani side to infiltrate in Kashmir, they said, citing reports by intelligence agencies. According to intelligence inputs, Pakistan-based terror groups may target vital installations in several key Indian cities in the next few weeks, sources said. Pakistan's plan is to trigger series of terror attacks in Kashmir to ...
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Successive regimes ignored Jammu, says Munish
Munish Gupta's Mass Contact Programme continues on bicycle
8/22/2019 11:06:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: Editor Early Times Munish Gupta on Thursday asked people to reject the politicians who during all these years have just rendered lip-service. Carrying forward his mass contact programme in Anand Vihar, Munish said that the people of Jammu have been ignored by all the regimes which have come in power since 1947. "Reorganisation of J&K has provided people of Jammu with a chance to stand on their own feet and to reject all the leaders who during all these yea...
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Will distribute my salary among needy'
8/22/2019 11:06:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu: Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, has said that if he wins the forthcoming Assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency he would distribute his monthly salary among the needy people in his constituency. "It's my promise to you people that besides carrying out development work, I would distribute my salary among the needy people. I assure you that I would not take any money from anyone, nor would I remain inaccessible. Whenever you need me I will be available," Munish said. ...
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TADA Court issues fresh production warrants of Yaseen Malik
8/22/2019 11:06:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: In a much publicized case of Dr Rubiya Syed case and killing of Air Force personnel, Presiding Officer Subash C Gupta TADA Court today issued fresh production warrants of JKLF Yaseen Malik, directed I/C Tihar Jail to produce him on next date of hearing and adjourned the case for September 11, 2019 for arguments on charge/discharge. While issuing fresh production warrants, Court observed that earlier issued for production of the accused- Yaseen Malik is received back with a endorsement of one Kishore Kumar, PC, CBI, ACB Jammu that it has been handed over to the DAK Section of Tihar Jail , New Delhi. This exercise appears to have been made by the Proces...
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Senior IAS officer Ajay Bhalla appointed Home Secretary
8/22/2019 11:05:58 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Aug 22: Senior Assam-Meghalaya cadre IAS officer Ajay Kumar Bhalla was on Thursday appointed Union Home Secretary succeeding incumbent Rajiv Gauba who was on Wednesday appointed the next Cabinet Secretary, an official order said. Bhalla, a 1984-batch Indian Administration Service (IAS) officer, is currently serving as an officer on special duty in the Union Home Ministry. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved Bhalla's appointment as the new Home Secretary. He will have a fixed two-year tenure till August 2021, a Ministry of Personnel order issued on Thursday said. Bhalla served as the Union Power Secretary before be...
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Something grave happening in J&K and govt is trying to hide it: Ghulam Nabi Azad
8/22/2019 11:05:51 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Aug 22: Nine Opposition parties on Thursday participated in a protest organised by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, demanding the immediate release of political leaders detained in Kashmir. "We must recognise that this is no democracy. If we fail to understand this, then we are living in a fool's paradise," former Chief Minister and Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad said. Law to nullify Article 370 was brought in through the back door. "There is something grave happening in the State, which this government is trying to hide. The media is not allowed to telecast the truth," he said. Invoking former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Azad ...
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Abrogation of Article 370: Businessmen ready to sacrifice self interests for nation
8/22/2019 11:03:50 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 22: Notwithstanding the losses they are incurring in their respective trades due to initial restrictions and withdrawal of mobile internet services after the abrogation of Article 370 two weeks ago, most of the businessmen in Jammu city are still in celebratory mode though there are few who did not hide their disappointment over the slump in market. "The decision to scrap Article 370 is going to change our fate. The misrule of Kashmir-centric political set-up ...
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Div Com Jammu reviews progress on land acquisition
DCs directed to expedite pending cases
8/22/2019 11:00:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: Divisional Commissioner Jammu Sanjeev Verma today directed Deputy Commissioners of Jammu division to resolve all pending land acquisition requisition cases of Army, BSF and CRPF. He passed these directions while chairing a meeting of Deputy Commissioners convened to review the progress made so far. The meeting was attended by DC (land) BSF Jammu, Dalip Sharma, Additional Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Tahir Firdous and senior functionaries of CRPF, BSF, Army an...
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Advisor Kumar reviews health facilities, law & order in Kishtwar
8/22/2019 11:00:02 PM
Early Times Report KISHTWAR, Aug 22: Advisor to the Governor, K Vijay Kumar, accompanied by Financial Commissioner Health and Medical Education Atal Dulloo, today visited district Kishtwar and took stock of the health care facilities being provided to the patients in the District hospital. He also reviewed security, law and order scenario in the district at a separate meeting. At District Hospital, the Advisor interacted with the hospital authorities and enquired about issues related to pa...
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Restrictions eased in most Kashmir areas, says Govt as Mobile, Internet services remain suspended
8/22/2019 10:58:44 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 22: Restrictions were eased in most areas of Kashmir with barricades being lifted and the movement of people and traffic increasing gradually, officials said. However, the markets remained shut and mobile and Internet services suspended for the 18th day on Thursday. Officials said the situation was peaceful and no untoward incident was reported from anywhere in the Kashmir Valley on Wednesday. In view of the improving situation, the movement of people and...
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Pakistan violates ceasefire in Sunderbani sector, Indian Army retaliates
8/22/2019 10:58:29 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Aug 22: Pakistan on Thursday violated ceasefire by resorting to mortar shelling and small arms firing on forward posts and villages along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district. The firing from across the border started in Sunderbani sector at around 8.45 pm, prompting strong and effective retaliation by Indian Army guarding the border. The exchange of fire between the two sides was on when the last reports were received. However, there was no immediate re...
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STDs extracting huge amounts for few minutes of calls
8/22/2019 10:58:09 PM
Rajesh Tendon Early Times Report Poonch, Aug 22: Locals have said that as the peace prevails throughout the Poonch town but there is no mobile network available the PCO's and STD's are demanding huge prices due to which common masses are suffering people have demanded that district administration must revoke restrictions from mobile calls so that people may contact there near ones. They said that people have fully cooperated in maintaining the peace and hormony of the region, now they want that district administration must give relaxations in mobile calling so that the people may not face any problems. There are also complaints by locals that some vehicle drivers were also demanding h...
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Kathua admin hosts capacity building program for Sarpanchs
8/22/2019 9:47:52 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Aug 22: For capacity building of Sarpanchs and to make Panchayats vibrant, a special workshop cum public outreach camp was today organized for Sarpanchs of seven blocks of Marheen, Hiranagar, Dinga Amb, Barnoti, Kathua, Nagri and Keerian-Gandial participated, here at Hiranagar. Hosted by Rural Development Department, District Development Commissioner, Dr. Raghav Langer was the chief guest at the camp. Addressing the PRs, the DDC said that the objective of the outre...
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BJP is living example of "Democracy" says BJP's SC Morcha president
8/22/2019 9:47:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: President of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) SC Mortha and National Co incharge of BJP's organizational elections Vinod Sonkar today claims BJP illustrates "How democracy is lived" as it represents true democracy in letter and spirit, while its activists carry out daunting task of elections right from Booth level to National level without any outside support, with such an example of brilliance and righteousness. He was addressing a meeting of BJP State Office Bea...
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Interstate gang of vehicle lifters busted, 4 arrested; 5 stolen vehicles recovered
8/22/2019 9:47:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 22: Busting an interstate gang of vehicle lifters on Jammu Police arrested four thieves and recovered five stolen vehicles including three cars and two scooties. Addressing media persons, Superintendent of Police City South, Vinay Kumar at Gandhi Nagar Police Station this afternoon said that the team constituted by the department to nab the vehicle lifters worked out theft cases. "A team of Gandhi Nagar Police led of SHO, Gurnam Singh, rounded up suspects and t...
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DPS Nagbani organizes Fancy Dress Competition
Sainik School Nagrota begins Golden Jubilee Celebrations
GDC Kathua organizes career counseling programme
Shiksha Niketan organizes Self Intro Competition
YCET inaugurates internet of things lab
GDC RS Pura organizes plantation drive
DC Jammu reviews progress on languishing projects
With internet off in Valley youth addicted to mobile, return to offline games like 'ludo'
IGP Jammu reviews security scenario on eve of Janamashtami
Students throng schools after restrictions are lifted
Miran Sahib Police trace 'kidnapped' girl
700 eminent Kashmiri Pandits support Centre's decision on Article 370: Panun Kashmir
Life-Imprisonment to four in murder case
VBCE opens seminar hall in its premises
J&K bags 3 silver, 2 bronze in junior national pencak silar C'ship
Dy Mayor inspects Kanji House, takes stock of problems
Sat tours Ward 31, listens, solves people's grievances
PDP MP urges Govt to release all political prisoners
KVIC organizes PMEGP awareness camp
Denudation of Forest playing havoc with environment: Ashok Sharma
PCSD Samba celebrates Birth Anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi
Farmers' awareness camps organized
Parthenium Awareness Week concludes at SKUAST-Jammu
SDS to organize grand shobha Yatra on Janamashtami
Muskan Foundation begins tailoring, cutting training
Advisor Sharma reviews status of NRDWP, ongoing PHE schemes
Traders body wants dedicated corridor to transport apples from Kashmir to Jammu
JCCI questions hike in road tax on all vehicles
Div Com reviews modalities for operationalization of Fruit Mandis
ABKM demands for implementation of Article 371, 372
BJP criticizes Ghulam Nabi Azad
Navin reviews preparedness for tourism promotional campaign
KPC hails abrogation of Article 370
Students of JNVS B'la asked to resume class work
30 more prisoners shifted to Agra
40 JKSC (Judicial) candidates recommended for medical examination
Return Form GSTR-B to be furnished electronically by September 20
To defame classmate, girl sends vulgar messages via fake Facebook profile; arrested
AFCAT exam scheduled on Aug 24 at Srinagar center postponed: IAF
AIBCU hails revocation of Article 370
Samba admin to focus on promotion of Bamboo cultivation, craft
J&K division encourages demand for small states
ABVP demands systematic approach for timely declaration of results by JU
8 persons arrested’ intoxicative capsules, heroin recovered
Ramban admin establishes Phone booths for public
Residents of village Kundra demand upgradation of schools
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