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Breaking News :   Army launches attacks on terrorist camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir | Online registration of pilgrims for Kartarpur corridor begins today | Two jawans martyred, one civilian killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire in Kupwara | Imran Khan dancing to tunes of global terrorists; can't stop terror financing, money laundering | PDP's ousted leaders, aides hold meet, pledge unity | Govt says no waive off of private schools tuition fee to students | Govt should initiate enquiry of Legislative Council employees' recruitment | After Noori, Bollywood never returned to Jammu | Ram Madhav to arrive in Kashmir for BJP youth workers convention | ACB registers FIR in J&K Kashmir Bank loan fraud case of Rs 1100 cr | Munish urges Jammu youth to strengthen his hands | Will distribute my salary among needy' | There was continuous injustice with Jammu, Ladakh: PM Modi | Army''s Tiger division, universities host joint workshop on cyber security in Jammu | Awareness programme on Swachhta Hi Sewa held | Two karatekas from J&K shine in Japan | BGSBU organizes STC on Data Science | Inter Block District Level Tournament concludes | Natrang screens its film "Gulab Gaatha" | Mayor JMC listens to problems of residents of Ward No. 14 | 131 VDCs, 1555 police personnel martyred in terror-related incidents since 1989 | Terrorist attack at jewellery store in Baramulla, no casualties reported | Crime Branch registers FIR against officials of STL in Jammu | Govt constitutes Sub-Committee for digitization of payments | Militant attacks on Kashmir apple traders leave farmers in panic, fear | BJP expels more leaders for anti party activities | QRTs constituted to ensure smooth traffic on Jammu-Srinagar national highway | Locals of Ghani, Sagra Panchayats demand bunkers | ACB conducts raid at residence of J&K Bank manager in Pulwama | NC laments dilly dallying tactics on winding up of Sarore Toll Plaza | Pakistan used satellite phones to communicate in Valley after Article 370 abrogation: Report | Terrorists frustrated over return of normalcy in Kashmir: Khanna | Senior PDP leader, two former bureaucrats among over 500 join BJP in Jammu | Project to shift HC to Raika-Bahu ill conceived: Citizens Forum | Absence of records of these unwanted guests with police poses serious concern | Kashmiri apple growers send 6 lakh tons of apples outside | Cooperator Vijay Choudhary takes stock of problems of Ward No 42 | Panchayat members pin hope on BDC elections for development of rural areas | No brick kiln shall operate around 8 kms to Srinagar: DB to State | DC Kathua conducts surprise inspection of offices | Div Com reviews working of PM-KMY | Model Academy organises rally against use of plastic | Karate-do coaching camp concludes at Rajouri | VC IIPA gets Paul H Appleby Award | Umeed Foundation Chairman donates Rs. 11000 for poor girl's marriage | Lecture on endangered species organized | 40,000 indigenous bulletproof jackets supplied to Indian Army | Cambridge International School organizes picnic for toddlers | Health department hosts debate competition | YCET conducts site visit at construction of Ring Road | RDAA to organize district athletics championship from Oct 28 | LWWS stages Nukkad play | Kissan Sabha demands compensation to farmers, scapping toll plazas | SAST organizes free medical camp | Bharat Rattan to Pt Prem Nath Dogra demanded | Prepare for drone terrorism | Govt to come up with new ambitious drug de-addiction policy: Advisor Kumar | Div Com reviews implementation of PM-KSN, PMKMY schemes in Jammu division | Advisor Skandan stresses on promotion of local craft, integrated farming | Justice Magray reviews functioning of Court Complex | CCHSS celebrates Grandparents' day | GDC RS Pura organizes Kavi Darbar | Green day celebrated in Bachpan | SIPS hold investiture ceremony | Jammu Sanskriti School organizes "Me & My Buddy" Competition | Power Dev Deptt employees suspend pen down strike | Jugal Kishore tours Sunderbani-Nowshera, Kalakote Assembly Constituencies | BJP stands exposed for double standards on the toll plaza: Congress | JTC criticizes BJP for misleading people | Inclusion of Rughnath Mandir temple in smart city project welcomed | Ex AMO from Nowshera gets maximum degrees | NMC demands release of installment of DA before Diwali | CGM NABARD visits KVK Reasi | J&K to receive moderate rain during next 24 hours | 4 KG poppy straw recovered, one arrested | 2 absconders apprehended by Reasi Police | One arrested with liquor | One narcotic smuggler arrested | MPEJ hails abolition of LC, term it as white elephant on state exchequer | EJAF highlights pending demands | Back Issues  
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Imran Khan dancing to tunes of global terrorists; can't stop terror financing, money laundering
Pak moving closer towards FATF blacklist
10/19/2019 10:33:03 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 19: Global terror financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has set February 2020 as the deadline for Pakistan to address the tasks assigned to save it from falling into the blacklist of FATF. According to the media reports, FATF meeting which concluded in Paris on Friday expressed concern over Pakistan only accomplishing 5 tasks out of 27 to control the terror financing and combat the money laundering. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The deadline set up by the FATF is just few months away and it looks impossible that Pakistan would meet the FATF requirements till February next year." He said that terrorists are operating freely in the neigbouring country and are thriving on the money which they receive through various Hawala channels. "Pakistan is safe haven for the terrorists as they are managed by the Pakistan Army and the ISI," the analyst added. He said, "FATF retaining Pakistan in the grey list seems to be last warning...
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PDP's ousted leaders, aides hold meet, pledge unity
10/19/2019 10:32:52 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 19: Two senior leaders who were ousted from the Peoples Democratic Party have joined hands and recently held meeting to decide future course of action in the wake of abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Sources said the meeting facilitated by some Kashmiri businessmen, including a hotelier resolved for unity in their "coterie" and stressed on the neta duo to be united "against the dynasts." The two leaders, both of whom were ministers in the Peoples Democratic Party led previous government, were unceremoniously shown the door. While one of them was sacked from the council of minister before he resigned, the other one was thrown out of the ...
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Govt says no waive off of private schools tuition fee to students
10/19/2019 10:32:45 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 19: In a major development, the government has decided that students in private schools have to pay the tuition fees for the times of shutdown. The schools in Kashmir are shut since August 5 following the revocation of Article 370 and bifurcation of the state into two union territories. However, the government has decided that there will be no waive off of tuition fees to students. "The students have to pay the tuition fee of the August and September month because the schools also have to pay salaries to the staff," a source privy to the development, said. "But the schools can't charge the transport fee to students," the source said. Th...
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Govt should initiate enquiry of Legislative Council employees' recruitment
Over 75 percent staff from Kashmir valley, Jammuites got marginal share
10/19/2019 10:32:39 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 19: Though the Governor led state government has abolished the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council (LC) but an enquiry must be initiated as how over 75 percent of the recruited staff in the Council was from Kashmir valley while Jammu region had got a marginal share in the employment. According to the new order issued by General Administration Department (GAD), the Legislative Council has been abolished in terms of Section-57 of Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act 2019 and the staff members have been asked to report to GAD before October 22. The department has also updated a list of 116 employees and officials out of which most of them are from Kashmir val...
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After Noori, Bollywood never returned to Jammu
10/19/2019 10:32:27 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 19: While pilgrim tourism in Jammu region has set new records, the Bollywood and the tourists continue to ignore the Jammu division notwithstanding the picturesque spots in Bhaderwah belt, Mantalai and Sudhmahadev and of course the Patnitop hill resort. While the people who matter in the state have been projecting the Kashmir Valley, Noori is the only major film shot in the region. It starred Poonam Dhiloon and Farooq Sheikh and did good business. Shockingly, the authorities failed to sell the scenic spots of Jammu region when Bollywood broke its decade old bonds with the Valley after commencement of militancy in 90s. That was the best time when the Bo...
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Ram Madhav to arrive in Kashmir for BJP youth workers convention
First visit post removal of Article 370
10/19/2019 10:32:15 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 19: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) General Secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday will visit Kashmir and will attend Youth Workers Convention at Tagore Hall Srinagar. This will be the first visit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) General Secretary Ram Madhav in the valley after the centre abrogated special status of Jammua and Kashmir and bifurcated the region into two separate Union Territories on August 5. The visit of Ram Madhav to the valley comes days ahead of Block Development Council Chairperson Election that is scheduled on October 24. Sources said that around 500 party activists will come together at a party convention at Tagore Hall, Srinagar. A BJP party ...
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ACB registers FIR in J&K Kashmir Bank loan fraud case of Rs 1100 cr
10/19/2019 10:32:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 19: Jammu and Kashmir Anti-Corruption Bureau on Saturday registered Preliminary Enquiry into allegations of loan case of J&K bank of Rs 1100 crore. Official spokesman here aid that the case was registered into the allegations that "the officers/officials of J&K Bank Branch Mahim Mumbai and Ansal Plaza, New Delhi have sanctioned loan to the tune of Rs 800 crore in favor of firm namely M/S REI Agro Ltd, on fake documents and in violation of the laid down banking procedure during the year 2011 to 2013 which resulted in the accounts becoming NPA in the year 2014 thereby causing a huge financial loss to the bank". It emerged during enquiry that the Firm REI Agr...
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Munish urges Jammu youth to strengthen his hands
10/19/2019 10:31:47 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 19: Editor, Early Times, Munish Gupta, today said that youth hold the key to change and they need to be guided to secure the future of Jammu. Carrying forward his mass contact programme in different areas, Munish said, "It is unfortunate that youth from Jammu region have been ignored by one and all during all these years. Our leaders have failed to create career opportunities for them and have left them to fend for themselves." Munish, who would be contesting...
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Will distribute my salary among needy'
10/19/2019 10:31:04 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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There was continuous injustice with Jammu, Ladakh: PM Modi
10/19/2019 10:30:55 PM
Agencies ELLENABAD (SIRSA), Oct 19: On the last day of campaigning for the Haryana assembly polls here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sharpened his attack on the opposition Congress over issues of Article 370 and the Kartarpur corridor, accusing it of "destroying the country" with wrong policies and strategy. Raising the issue of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370, Modi here in a rally said what was called a temporary provision by B R Ambedkar, continued for over 70 years but the Congress did nothing about it. The situation in Kashmir worsened as the government in Delhi remained in slumber, he said. "The wrong policies and strategy of the Congress have destroyed...
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LOCAL NEWS
Army''s Tiger division, universities host joint workshop on cyber security in Jammu
Awareness programme on Swachhta Hi Sewa held
Two karatekas from J&K shine in Japan
BGSBU organizes STC on Data Science
Inter Block District Level Tournament concludes
Natrang screens its film "Gulab Gaatha"
Mayor JMC listens to problems of residents of Ward No. 14
131 VDCs, 1555 police personnel martyred in terror-related incidents since 1989
Terrorist attack at jewellery store in Baramulla, no casualties reported
Crime Branch registers FIR against officials of STL in Jammu
Govt constitutes Sub-Committee for digitization of payments
Militant attacks on Kashmir apple traders leave farmers in panic, fear
BJP expels more leaders for anti party activities
QRTs constituted to ensure smooth traffic on Jammu-Srinagar national highway
Locals of Ghani, Sagra Panchayats demand bunkers
ACB conducts raid at residence of J&K Bank manager in Pulwama
NC laments dilly dallying tactics on winding up of Sarore Toll Plaza
Terrorists frustrated over return of normalcy in Kashmir: Khanna
Senior PDP leader, two former bureaucrats among over 500 join BJP in Jammu
Project to shift HC to Raika-Bahu ill conceived: Citizens Forum
Absence of records of these unwanted guests with police poses serious concern
Kashmiri apple growers send 6 lakh tons of apples outside
Cooperator Vijay Choudhary takes stock of problems of Ward No 42
Panchayat members pin hope on BDC elections for development of rural areas
No brick kiln shall operate around 8 kms to Srinagar: DB to State
DC Kathua conducts surprise inspection of offices
Div Com reviews working of PM-KMY
Model Academy organises rally against use of plastic
VC IIPA gets Paul H Appleby Award
Umeed Foundation Chairman donates Rs. 11000 for poor girl's marriage
Lecture on endangered species organized
Health department hosts debate competition
YCET conducts site visit at construction of Ring Road
RDAA to organize district athletics championship from Oct 28
LWWS stages Nukkad play
Kissan Sabha demands compensation to farmers, scapping toll plazas
SAST organizes free medical camp
Bharat Rattan to Pt Prem Nath Dogra demanded
Govt to come up with new ambitious drug de-addiction policy: Advisor Kumar
Div Com reviews implementation of PM-KSN, PMKMY schemes in Jammu division
Advisor Skandan stresses on promotion of local craft, integrated farming
Justice Magray reviews functioning of Court Complex
CCHSS celebrates Grandparents' day
GDC RS Pura organizes Kavi Darbar
Green day celebrated in Bachpan
SIPS hold investiture ceremony
Jammu Sanskriti School organizes "Me & My Buddy" Competition
Power Dev Deptt employees suspend pen down strike
Jugal Kishore tours Sunderbani-Nowshera, Kalakote Assembly Constituencies
BJP stands exposed for double standards on the toll plaza: Congress
JTC criticizes BJP for misleading people
Inclusion of Rughnath Mandir temple in smart city project welcomed
Ex AMO from Nowshera gets maximum degrees
NMC demands release of installment of DA before Diwali
CGM NABARD visits KVK Reasi
J&K to receive moderate rain during next 24 hours
4 KG poppy straw recovered, one arrested
2 absconders apprehended by Reasi Police
One arrested with liquor
One narcotic smuggler arrested
MPEJ hails abolition of LC, term it as white elephant on state exchequer
EJAF highlights pending demands
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