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Hyundai launches ‘All New Xcent’
4/22/2017 11:52:36 PM
Early times report Jammu/New Delhi, April 20: Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL) today launched the ‘All New Xcent’ for India and Global markets. Embraced with new stylish look, the ‘All New Xcent’ boasts an attractive proposition of new design with an array of advanced Hi-Tech features for evolving young Indian customers. A function in this regard was organised at Pace Hundai, Gandhi Nagar Showroom, Jammu where Director (Information and Public Relations), Dr. Shahid Iqbal Chowdhary was the C
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HC to observe holiday on Apr 25
4/22/2017 11:29:41 PM
Jammu, Apr 22: High court Registrar General Sanjay Dhar today issued a notification which says that holiday on account of Shab-i-Miraj would be observed on April 25 instead of April 24. According to notification No 282/NG, April 24 would be a non-sitting day for the high court. The cases listed on April 25would stand over. However, urgent matters out of the listed cases, would be taken up on motion before the concerned benches on April 26. It was further notified that May 6, 2017 would a working day in the high court (JNF).
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MLA Kathua claims threat to life, seeks CBI probe in attempt to poison him
4/22/2017 11:29:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: BJP MLA from Kathua district Rajeev Jasrotia has demanded CBI probe into the alleged incident of giving him poison and suspension of SSP Kathua Pawan Parihar. Speaking to media persons, the MLA alleged that police is shielding the accused persons with the alleged involvement of SSP Kathua as the suspected person has been released from the custody despite I had conveyed my apprehensions that he might be involved. Jasrotia said that SSP Kathua is after his life and earlier wanted to give him poison when he was given poison in the water bottle at his official residence in Channi Himmat. He however alleged that police have changed the water bottle which h
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Students protest against minor's rape, seek speedy probe
4/22/2017 11:29:23 PM
Asif Iqbal naik Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: College and school students, including girls, held separate protests in Kishtwar town today, demanding a speedy probe into the April 12, 2017 alleged incident of rape of a five year old girl by a 40 year old youth. Condemning the minor's alleged rape by Ishtiaq Ahmad Hajjam, son of Ghulam Abbas of Akhyarabad, Kishtwar, college students, including girls, took to streets and held a strong protest. They also demanded security for the school going children and exemplary punishment for the accused. They alleged that efforts were being made to weaken the case on the plea that the accused was mentally sick, the charge denied by police. They
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Security forces gun down 2 Lashkar militants in Budgam
4/22/2017 11:29:16 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 22: Terrorists on Saturday evening open fired on security forces in Budgam district's Hayatpura in Jammu and Kashmir. As per reports, 2 terrorists are believed to be hiding and the encounter is underway. The entire area has been cordoned off. Police and CRPF in a joint operation are combating terrorists. Relilable sources reported that 2 terrorists have been gunned down by security forces during an encounter in Budgam's Hayatpura and the encounter is still underway. Two terrorists killed belong to the LeT group. As per report, so far, around 33 terrorists in 2017 have been gunned down by the security forces in Kashmir. Until March, terrorists in Kashmir
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HC stays Govt order, issues notice to respondents
4/22/2017 11:29:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: High court judge Janak Raj Kotwal today issued a notice to respondents while ordering a stay on the March 23, 2017 government order No 140-Edu. The court directive came in a petition filed by Dr Meena Kumari, seeking quashment of the government order. After hearing her counsel, Justice Kotwal issued a notice to respondents, returnable in four weeks, and ordered a stay on the impugned order, subject to objections and till next date before the bench. The school education department had issued order No 66-Edu on February 16, 2017 in compliance with clause (xi) of government order No 252-HE of May 30, 2012 issued pursuant to the May 16, 2012 cabinet decisi
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HC seeks compliance of SC directions on deciding bail pleas in one week
4/22/2017 11:28:55 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 22: The state High Court has sought necessary compliance regarding the Supreme Court's judgment last month, directing subordinate courts to decide bail pleas normally within one week. The high court had also asked the high courts' to direct magistrates to conclude trial in petty offences, where undertrials are in jails, within six months. The in-charge Registrar General of the court Sanjay Dhar has also directed all Principal District and Session Judges to provide details about the average time taken to dispose of bail applications. The high court also details about the average time taken in conclusion of sessions as well as magisterial trials within
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Contractual lecturers forum strike enters 68th day
4/22/2017 11:28:49 PM
Jammu, Apr 22: The hunger strike by contractual lecturers (10+2) enters 68th day but no response has been received from the govt. side till date . Today they have been demanding for their regularization as per the Civil services Special Provision act 2010, a policy framed for the Regularization of all the ad-hoc/ Contractual/Consolidated employees after rendering seven years of services. Today 10+2 Contractual Lecturers protested in front of Press club showing resentment against the govt as well as Cabinet Minister. At night it was night of thunder storming the tent which has been installed by 10+2 Contractual Lecturers at hunger striking spot blown into air. The whole night remained distur
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Poor people run pillar to post, influential's make hay
Aadhaar enrolment a costly affair in Poonch
4/22/2017 11:28:41 PM
MS Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 22: Enrloment for Aadhaar has become a very costly affair for the people of the district. While influntials by greasing the palms of Aadhaar staff make their way easily and the poor people run from pillar to post for enrolment weeks together sources said here today. Source said only six Aadhaar enrolment centers have been established in the entire district while as several prominent areas like Balakote in Mendhar have been excluded despite the thickly populated area where establishment of an Aadhaar centre for the benefits of the locals was essential, adding on these centers influential's pay Rs 400 to Rs 500 to the Aadhaar staff who instantl
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DDC Udhampur places nine DIET officials under suspension
4/22/2017 11:28:32 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, Apr 22: Atleast nine officials working with DIET Kud have been placed under suspension for being absent in unauthorized manner from their duties. According to official, several complaints have been received from various sources and District Development Commissioner (DDC) Udhampur Neeraj Kumar IAS who directed concerned officials to conduct a surprise inspection at Office of Principal DIET Kud. "Following the directions from DDC Udhampur, the Tehsildar Chenani Pardeep Singh along with Naib Tehsildar Chenani Rafiq conducted a surprise inspection to aforesaid office and found nine officials absent in unauthorized manner and submitted report to the DDC Ud
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Dedicated SWD official transferred prematurely , allege locals
4/22/2017 11:28:24 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 22: Alleging pick and choose policy within Social Welfare Department Poonch, the locals have pin pointed that a dutiful officer working in Social Welfare Department has been transferred from Poonch to Mendhar prematurely just after four months of his posting. Locals especially pensioners have resented the transfer describing the transfer pre-mature as he was helping the poor and was against corruption. They further alleged that concerned authorities have transferred an honest officer from Poonch which is injustice to the elderly pensioners. Locals have informed Early Times that the officer was an honest and was on the verge of his retirement having just
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Sruinsar, Mansar lakes sans development
4/22/2017 11:28:15 PM
Neeraj Badyal Early Times Report SAMBA, Apr 22: Srunsar and Mansar lakes which every year attract migratory birds from Siberia and other colder regions of the world and are famous for their grandeur and scenic beauty, sans development. The two lakes, which are visited by thousands of Vaishnodevi pilgrims who come here from across the country, are the victims of government's step-motherly treatment towards them, allege locals. Sruinsar-Mansar Development Authority, formed by the government in 2007, has been entrusted with their development, but locals allege that it has utterly failed to come up to their expectations. They alleged that no new construction, including guest houses for
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Harsh takes dig at Ram Madhav for his "love and war" comment
BJP leaders making conflicting statements to hood-wink public"
4/22/2017 11:27:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Commenting upon the endorsement, by National BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav, of the Army's strategy to deal with frenzied mob in Kashmir by saying that everything was fair in love and war, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman questioned the J&K BJP Ministers if they too ratified the statement of the top BJP leader. If the saffron party justified the action of the Armed forces in Kashmir as per Ram Madhav's statement, said Harsh, then why were criminal cases slapped upon the Jawans? He said that it was ironical that while the national BJP described the Armed forces move as justified, the BJP partnered govt in the state registered cases U/S 342/149/506 and 367
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Rain, hailstorm lash Kashmir, maximum temp dips
4/22/2017 11:21:03 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Apr 22: Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, received intermittent rain and hailstorm since yesterday evening, resulting in dip in the day temperature though mercury remained above normal during the night. A Met department spokesperson told UNI that light rain or thunderstorm will occur at many place during the next 24 hours in Kashmir. However, he said the weather will improve a little bit from yesterday evening though rain would still occur at isolated places in the subsequent 48 hours. World famous ski resort of Gulmarg, about 55 km from here in north Kashmir, received 4.4 mm of rain since yesterday, resulting in slight dip in the night temp
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NILM organizes Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan
4/22/2017 11:20:55 PM
Early Times Report reasi, Apr 22: Today a seminar on Swachh Bhrat Abhiyan was organized by National Incredible Literacy Mission (NILM) at Pine Land Public High School Katra. The seminar was organized in the supervision of Thakur K D Kurhan chairman NILM. The seminar on Health & Hygiene was also attended by the students. The motive behind organizing the seminar was to create awareness among the general masses about the importance of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan so that every citizen can come forward for extending their helping hands in maintaining the surroundings. While speaking on the occasion Kavita Bali programme coordinator NILM stressed that there is need to aware the children about mai
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Traffic police conducts special drive to check violations by matadors
4/22/2017 11:20:46 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Apr 22: Traffic Police seized 25 matadors/mini buses under section 207 of Motor Vehicle Act during a special drive launched under the supervision of SSP Traffic City Jammu, Addl. SP Traffic City Jammu, DYSP Traffic City South / North Jammu to check the menace of traffic violations by matadors and mini buses and to ascertain whether the drivers are in possession of valid driving license/other related documents. The department has enjoined upon all transporters and commuters to strictly follow the Traffic Rules and said that any violations will be dealt strictly. The department has further sought public cooperation in adherence of traffic rules for smooth regulatio
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CPMF celebrates 4th Annual Day
4/22/2017 11:20:36 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Apr 22: To commemorate 4th Annual Day on April 22 instead of April 21, the leaders and representatives of Ex Central Para-military Force Welfare Association (CPMF), today paid tributes to the martyr soldiers at Makhan Shah Lubana Hall Kotli Shah Daula in Teshil RS Pura who have sacrificed their live on the nation while fighting militancy in disturb areas of the country. On the occasion, Ex-MOS Defense Chaman Lal Gupta graced the occasion and Ram Avtar 1G BSF FTR HQ BSF Paloura Camp also cordially graced the celebration in which all Ex-Servicemen, veer naris and dependents participated and shared life long experience of oldies the defenders of yesterdays from Punj
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PDA Kick starts massive plantation drive to observe Earth Day
4/22/2017 11:20:25 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, Apr 22: Pahalgam Development Authority on Saturday kick started massive plantation drive in and around Pahalgam to observe annual Earth Day. As an Earth Day initiative, Chief Executive Officer Pahalgam Development Authority, Mushtaq Ahmad Simnani along with his staff planted hundreds of trees. The drive was kick started from internationally recognized Lidder Valley Golf Course by planting over 500 saplings of conifer and other varieties to cover a barren portion. On the occasion, CEO said that plantation drive will continue till all barren patches of forest area in Aru, Betab valley and others areas are covered. He said that Pahalgam Developmental Authority w
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Reorganization of J&K only viable solution in present Kashmir crisis: KPC
4/22/2017 11:20:14 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Apr 22: In an attempt to find a peaceful alternative solution to the present Kashmir crisis, Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC), in core group meeting held at New Delhi today stated that only viable solution of the problem is re-organisation of the J& K State with separate Kasyap Bhoomi for the community of Kashmiri Pandits. President KPC Kundan Kashmiri while addressing the core group meeting, stated that the peaceful solution of the Kashmir problem is to re-organise the J&K State into four parts, including separate Kashyap Bhoomi for KP,s would be a step towards solving the crisis. 'The various experiments to solve Kashmir problem have been basically com
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Valley of deaths: Two of family die, two other injured in fresh landslide at Drabshala
People held protest against govt failure, students paid tribute to deceased friend
4/22/2017 10:42:22 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: In another tragic incident after yesterday road accident at Khilani Doda in which four persons died while five other were injured, the Kishtwar-Batote National Highway continue to play dangerous for the people of Chenab Valley as two of family members died while two others were injured when a fresh landslide hit a landslide prone Kuligad area of Drabshala which is 2nd such incident at the same spot in last one month while 3rd in the Distric
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Doctors’ strike forces DC to Surrender, revokes suspension order
Staff of DH Doda calls off strike after two days, resumes work
4/22/2017 10:42:01 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Apr 22: After two days of indefinite strike over suspension of Consultant Surgeon Dr Rakesh Kumar, the staff of District Hospital Doda on Saturday called off their strike after the suspension order was revoked by Deputy Commissioner Doda. As per reports, the staff of DH Doda including Consultants, Medical Officers and Paramedical Staff went on indefinite strike from Friday after one of the Consultant Surgeon Dr Rakesh Kumar was suspended by DDC Doda on 7th April 2
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Anti-encroachment drive launched
4/22/2017 10:41:37 PM
Early Times Report Samba, Apr 22: An anti-encroachment drive was launched at Samba under the supervision of team led by Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Wasim Raja Khan and comprising of Tehsildar Samba R.K Rathore, SHO Samba Yash Pal Singh Jamwal, Pritam Chand EO Municipal committee Samba and other officials. Today's drive was in continuation to earlier drive which was launched few days ago and focused on Main Chowk Samba and nearby service lanes. The rehris along the National Highway were
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Strong winds, hailstorm damage houses, fruit crops in Kashmir
4/22/2017 10:39:19 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 22: Strong winds and hailstorm for about an hour followed by heavy rain last night damaged houses, fruit and vegetable crops besides disrupted power supply in many areas in the Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar. Roof tops of about a dozen houses were blown away and a number of trees and electric poles were uprooted due to strong winds. Traffic on Srinagar-Charar-e-Sharief road was also disrupted though authorities have pressed into service machines and men to remove trees. Panic gripped in Srinagar, particularly in the uptown due to strong winds followed by hailstorm for about an hour last night. Interestingly there was only moderate to
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Mairaj-ul-Alam holiday on April 25
4/22/2017 10:39:08 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 22: The holiday on account of Mairaj-ul-Alam will now be observed on April 25 instead of April 24, 2017. "In partial modification of Government Order No: 1345-GAD of 2016 dated: 19-12-2016, the holiday on account of Shab-e-Mairaj shall be observed on 25 April 2017(Tuesday), instead of 24 April 2017 (Monday) in the government offices and educational institutions of the State," an order issued by the General Administration Department said.
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Special train for Katra to clear rush
4/22/2017 10:38:58 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Apr 22: The Northern Railway has pressed into service special trains for Katra and Lucknow to clear extra rush of passengers. According to the railways, Old Delhi-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra tri-weekly special train will depart from Old Delhi station at 9.10 PM on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from April 24 to 28 to reach Katra station at 11.30 AM the next day. In the return direction, the special train will depart from Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra station at 1.30 PM on every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from April 25-29 to reach Old Delhi station at 3.15 AM the next day. Comprising four AC-2, eight AC-3 tier and four Sleeper Class coaches, the train will stop
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Water level in Dal Lake above normal, below danger mark in Jehlum
4/22/2017 10:38:48 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 22: Water level in world famous Dal Lake was above normal inundating a number of localities in the water body while there was no threat of any flood though water level in river Jehlum and its tributaries recorded increase due to fresh rain during the past 24 hours. The opposition National Conference (NC) has alleged that government has failed to save the inhabitants of Dal Lake after closing the outflow gates of the water-body. Dozens of vegetable gardens in the Lake were damaged as the water level was more than three feet above normal, a local resident told from Mir Behri today. He said the water level was still increasing threatening more areas in t
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Chief Justice reviews progress of under- construction District Court Complex
4/22/2017 10:38:39 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir, Justice Badar Durez, today visited the under-construction District Court Complex at Moominabad, Srinagar to take stock of its progress. The Chief Justice was informed that 97% of the overall physical progress has been achieved on the Rs 120 crore project. It was said that the Phase-I of the project spread over 244207 sq feet will suffice all the requirements of the legal fraternity. It was given out that the court complex will also have car parking facility for 400 vehicles and the entire complex will be monitored by 68 CCTV cameras. On the occasion, the Chief Justice directed the executing agency to include the fac
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Power shutdown
4/22/2017 10:38:28 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 22: In order to carry out repair/maintenance works and branch cutting on 33 KV G-3 lines emanating from Grid Station Gladni and 33 KV Malhori Jagir line emanating from 132/33 KV Grid Station Sidhra, the power supply to Nanak Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Part of Shastri Nagar, Trikuta Nagar, Malhori Jagir, Bajalta and its adjoining areas shall remain affected on April 23from 08 am to 12 noon.
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Politician-officer nexus badly hits MGNREGA/BADP schemes in Rajouri
4/22/2017 10:38:17 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Apr 22: Tall claims of Rural Development Minister fall flat with multicrores having been drawn illegally in District Rajouri for which an activist of NGO lodged complaint vide.No/ 65797 in CM grievances cell for probe. JKPPM supports the stand of MLA,Rajouri for action against corrupt officers involved in this scandal as the benefits of MGNREGA, BADP schemes are not percolating down to the people in remote Pahari border areas due to well knit nexus with corrupt politicians, their puppets there and corrupt officers JKPPM is fighting for poor Pahari people of Peer Panchhal region against discriminatio with pahari peopl
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Raj Bhavan orders removal of red lights and sirens from its official vehicles
4/22/2017 10:38:08 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 22: Consequent to Government of India's decision in the matter Governor J&K directed that red lights and sirens on all Raj Bhavan vehicles at Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar should be removed forthwith. Principal Secretary to Governor disclosed that this had been got done in respect of all vehicles even though the Governor had never allowed use of red lights or sirens ever since he came to the State.
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Mughal road reopens tomorrow, Jmu-Sgr Highway through for one-way only
4/22/2017 10:37:58 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 22: The historic Mughal road, linking Shopian in south Kashmir with Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu region is likely to reopen tomorrow after remaining closed for four month while only one-way traffic continued on Srinagar-Jammu national highway despite rain. Meanwhile, dozens of far flung and remote areas, including those near the Line of Control (LoC) remained cut off from their respective district headquarters due to accumulation of snow since January this year. Snow clearance operation on 84-km-long Mughal road, which is seen as alternative to Srinagar-Jammu national highway, has been completed, officials told . If there is no fresh snowfall or avalanch
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5-Day theatre festival begins at Abhinav Theatre
4/22/2017 10:36:25 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Union Repertory is going to organize a 5 day Theatre Festival which is scheduled to be held from April 23 to 28 at Abhinav Theatre, Jammu. Various theatre groups of Jammu will stage their plays in the Unison Theatre Festival. This 5 day long theatre festival will showcase myriad palette of talents and styles of theatre to make it an experience, nobody would want to miss. The timing of all the plays will be at 6:00 pm. The Amateur Theatre Group will stage the first play, based on Balwant Gargi's "abhisarika" directed by Mushtaq Kak on Sunday, April 23. On Monday, April 24, Vomedh Rangmanch's Hindi play based on Roshan Bhat's "ek aur birbal" directed by R
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NAAC Peer team visits GDC Poonch
4/22/2017 10:36:15 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 22: As part of its drive to carry out assessment and accreditation of the colleges and the universities ,NAAC Peer team comprising of Prof. S.V.S Rana former Vice Chancellor Bundelkhand Unversity, Chairman, Prof. P.Ramaiah former PVC member Coordinator, Dr. Swapna Samel former Principal Birla College of Arts, Science and Commerce visited Govt. Degree College Poonch for on spot visit ,inspection and assessment of the college. It is pertinent to mention that Govt. Degree College Poonch is one of the oldest colleges of the state established in 1955 but its accreditation was pending since long. The NAAC Peer team inspected all the departments ,Boys hostel ,Gir
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World Health Day observed
4/22/2017 10:35:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: To mark the world Health Day event a few motivational speeches were held for the students of class VIII-X. They inspired the audience to save the planet Earth, through song , skit and dance . They glorified the importance of saving the Mother Earth. A sapling was planted to mark this day. The programme ended by pledging a pledge to Save Our Earth.
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Vishali, Gulfam, Damini, Akash , Rishav bag scholarships
4/22/2017 10:35:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Dogra Degree College Bassi Kalan, Bari Brahmana, under the aegis of Dogra Educational Trust organized a "Farewell Party" in the College indoor auditorium with great fervour and zest. The day began with the lighting of the lamp and commenced with the welcome address by the students. The entire atmosphere was enthralled with fabulous performances by the students. Thakur Gulchain Singh Charak, Former Minister and Chairman Dogra Educational Trust was the Chie
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DPS excels in all India essay writing contest
4/22/2017 10:34:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Subhag Sharma-IX H, Malvika Kesar-IX C, Vasudha Sharma-X J and Vaidarbhi Dhar-XI I of DPS Jammu brought laurels to the school by winning meritorious honors in All India Essay writing contest organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM) and United Nations Information Centre for India & Bhutan (UNIC), while the school Principal & staff received a special certificate of merit for their outstanding contribution to the success of this event. Principal DPS Jammu
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CTF welcomes newly elected President of JBA
4/22/2017 10:34:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: B.S Salathia, newly elected President of Jammu Bar Association and his team members were given a warm welcome by Chamber of Traders Federation, in a function organized in his honour, here today. Dilbag Singh, (ADG) J&K Police as special invitee also graced the occasion. Salathia and his team was profusely felicitated by presentation of bouquets and a memento by the office bearers and patrons of CTF. Neeraj Anand, President CTF, speaking on the occasion thank
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AJKCA trains 1000 kids in mega workshop at Katra
4/22/2017 10:34:03 PM
Early Times Report KATRA, Apr 22: Under its Training to the youth in program 'Chess in Schools', AJKCA team today trained about 1000 kids in a mega workshop at Amba School Katra in Reasi District. The School children were very excited and enthusiastic in the workshop and they pledged to work hard for excelling in sports and remain away from bad habits. The Chess Lectures with videos were delivered by Atul Kumar Gupta President All J&K Chess Association and also Joint Secretary AICF. The Program was coordinated by Chairman Chess in School Program Kuljeet Singh Jamwal, Advisor Dr.Bhatia and Baldev Raj Vice president AJKCA along with Principal Amba Kids School who promised to give basi
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Vishwa Bharatiyans bring laurels in inter-national olympiad
4/22/2017 10:33:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: The young promising Vishwa Bharatiyans have come out with flying colours in International Olympiad Test in English, Maths and Science. About 138 students from Vishwa Bharati Public Higher Secondary School Akalpur Morh, Jammu participated in the test and won medals and certificates of excellence. Student displayed their best performance in test and scored eighteen gold, ten silver and ten bronze medals. Anshika from class SKG won tenth position in telephonic interview from the Olympiad authority and stood all India Class- Winner in I.Q Conquest Olympiad. School Principal Prof. Annapurna Koul congratulated the students for the massive achievement. The
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CTA delegation meets Minister of education
4/22/2017 10:33:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: A delegation of College teachers association led by president CTA Jammu wing professor D. S. Manhas met today Altaf Bukhari, Minister for Higher Education regarding various issues concerning college teaching fraternity. The association raised the demand of placement of assistant professors to the associate grade. It was stressed that for the placement to the associate grade should be cleared on pro rata basis. The Minister assured the association that these two demands of College teachers association will be resolved immediately and positively. The honorable minister fixed 25th of April for resolving these issues and called the association to attend th
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Inter district symposium held
4/22/2017 10:31:15 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, Apr 22: Govt. Degree College, Udhampur in collaboration with Gandhi Global Family organized an inter district symposium on the topic "Truth & Non-Violence". On this occasion S.P Verma, Gandhi Global Family was the Chief Guest. Earlier the function began with lighting of lamp by the chief guest & other dignitaries. The students drawn from different colleges expressed their views over the topic & concluded that Truth & Non-Violence is the only solution to all the problems in the world. They appealed the gathering to adopt the Gandhian principles in their life & also make efforts communal harmony in the society. On this occasion, Principal of the college P
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JKFA to depute team for Women National Football Championship at Phagwara
4/22/2017 10:31:05 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, April 22: JKFA is to depute State's Women's Football Team for participation in Women's National Football Championship 2017 to be held at Phagwara from May 15. Interested Women's Football players may report at Bakshi Stadium, Srinagar for trials for Kashmir region. Three days State trials shall be held in the last week of April 2017.
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Govt makes Consumer Commission functional, nominates two members
4/22/2017 10:07:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: J&K government has made J&K State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission functional by making appointment of two members D.K.Kapoor a former district and sessions judge and Ms Sabina Jan Advocate. According to official spokesperson, SRO 190 of dated 20/4/2017 issued in this behalf by Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Civil Secretariat reads' In exercise of powers conferred under sub-section(1) of Section 14 of J&K Consumer Protection Act,1987 (Act No.XVI of 1987) the Government, appoints the following two persons as "Members" of the Jammu & Kashmir State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission(State Commission) for a period of five
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NMC bats for declaring "May Day" as holiday
4/22/2017 9:26:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: National Mazdoor Conference (NMC)President Subash Shastri today urged the Prime Minister to declare 'May Day' as a gazetted holiday throughout the country under Negotiable Instrument Act as a befitting tribute to May Day martyrs and recognizing the valuable contribution of the working class in the all-round development of the country. In a memorandum sent to Narendra Modi, Shastri said that because of the May Day martyrs, the working class got their rights throughout the world and India, being the largest and most vibrant democracy across the globe and frontline welfare State ,should also declare May 1 as gazetted holiday. He said that this will be a g
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NCP hails decision for banning ‘Lal Batti’ culture
4/22/2017 9:26:19 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Thakur Randhir Singh, State President Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) welcomed the decision of PM Narendera Modi for banning Lal Batti culture in his cabinet though it has to be passed as a Law. Singh while addressing the media persons said that it is the British Raj legacy and would have been passed right from 1947 when India attained freedom . He said that Mahatama Gandhi had rightly warned Nehru and others " to disband the Congress party and black people may be worst than the whites and will misuse the freedom after taking over the reign from Britishers" Singh said that red light culture came into existence in the state when Indira Gandhi handed
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