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Rekha distributes ration among needy families in Jammu
3/30/2020 11:09:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Convenior of Human Right and Social Justice Commission, Rekha Rajput distributed ration among daily wagers at Chinore, Roopnagar & Shaktinagar Rajpura in Jammu who are facing hardship due to close of their labour works in ongoing Lockdown from last five days. Rekha has redoubled her efforts to provide essential commodities and other helps to needy people besides providing them a relief from their daily problems She also appealed to the other leaders including corporators to come forward to help the needy families of their respective areas She revealed that we should contribute in all aspects as more as possible for the welfare of society especia
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Police distribute food items among poor, needy
3/30/2020 11:08:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu , Mar 30: Carrying onward the initiative “We Care for You” launched by J&K Police Jammu Police today in its third consecutive day distributed food and ration items to poor and needy people of Domana Sub division. The main aim of this campaign is to spread awareness & sensitize people about COVID 19 Pandemic as well as held the needy & poor people. SHO Kahna Chak Insp Ravi Singh Parihar & Sdpo Domana Kosheen Koul and members of the civil society member Kamaljeet Sing
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BJP Councillor Sahil Gupta Sanitizes Ward No 7
3/30/2020 10:59:58 PM
Early Times Report BISHNAH, Mar 30: To continue the Sanitation Spray, BJP Councillor Sahil Gupta today got Sprayed and fogging in his Ward No. 7. The Councillor said that due to the outbreak of Corona virus, the whole of India is struggling with misconduct at this time, and according to the Prime Minister's order, everyone has to Stay in homes, he told people that they should stay at home and call him for any necessary help. Sahil Gupta was accompanied by Rakesh, Tushar and Rajesh Kumar.
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Shiv Shankar Committee Vijaypur distributes ration to needy people
3/30/2020 10:59:36 PM
Early Times Report VIJAYPUR, Mar 30: Shiv Shankar Committee Vijaypur has initiated a distribution of ration in Vijaypur, today here. Rishav Thappa, President Shiv Shankar Committee Vijaypur , along with the members of her team distributed ration to the needy 100 People in Vijaypur slum huts area who had nothing to eat from last 4 days. The ration packed in small packets as per the needs of family unit was distributed on the doorstep. The president of the organisation stated that we have
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Ban on Inter-state, inter-district movement a necessary requirement: Brig Gupta
Dr. Rajkumar Singh3/30/2020 10:58:54 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The spirit behind 21-day lockdown announced by the Prime Minister was to break the chain of spread of Covid-19 as it is known to spread exponentially. That is why the PM during his speech had repeatedly emphasised "Aap yahan par bhi hain usi sthan par baithe rahiye," (stay wherever you are) but somehow a state of panic was created among the migratory labour and they were seen on the roads in huge numbers defying the norm of "social distancing" in a rush to reach their respective homes mainly in rural UP, MP and Bihar, rued Brig Gupta. He further stated that undoubtedly, it was a lapse on the part of local administration in the affected areas since they f
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Corona: Young entrepreneur from Jammu awaits govt response on sale of stitched cotton masks
3/30/2020 10:52:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: The proverb 'Where there is will, there is a way’ perfectly encapsulates the compassion and dedication of a 24-year-old student-turned-entrepreneur from Jammu, in the difficult period amid COVID-19 crisis. Hailing from Bhaderwah town of Doda district, Arjun Singh, presently putting up in Jammu, has come up with a noble idea to meet shortage of masks with the help of group of tailors but is still awaiting response from the Jammu and Kashmir Government on sale of cotton masks on nominal rates, which he got stitched in bulk. Arjun Singh said, “Few days back when some positive cases of Corona Virus started reporting in J&K, I went to the market to purchase
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Commissioner JMC appeals people to provide food, ration to labourers
3/30/2020 10:51:22 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: In view of the lockdown due to COVID-19 outbreak, Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation has appealed all the citizens of Jammu to provide food and ration to Daily Wage Earners who have lost the opportunity to work and earn their livelihood during the lockdown period. Most of these daily wage earners reside in Jhuggies erected in private plots of various residential colonies within the limits of Jammu Municipal Corporation.
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No Shobha Yatra on Ramnavami: Dharmarth Trust
3/30/2020 10:51:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: The Jammu & Kashmir Dharmarth Trust has announced that, in the wake of outbreak of deadly coronavirus and advisory issued by the administration, there will be no Shobha Yatra or public celebrations during Ram Navami on the 2nd of April. In a statement issued here on Monday, Mubarak Singh, President of the Trust, said that in view of the national health emergency due to Coronavirus the Dharmarth Trust has cancelled the public celebrations of Ramnavami including the Shobha Yatra. He added that it is of utmost importance for the public to strictly follow social distancing practices and all preventive measures to break the chain of coronavirus. He further
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Reasi admn promotes hygiene, precautions among traders
3/30/2020 10:51:08 PM
Early Times Report REASI, Mar 30: Assistant Commissioner Food Safety, Madan Magotra has appealed to those dealing with wholesale, transportation and retail sale of food and drugs to strictly follow hygiene practices while dealing and dispensing these items. Vehicles used for transportation of these commodities should be sanitized properly before loading these goods. Handlers of these items are also required to wear mask and use hand sanitiser during the course of loading, unloading and dispensing of food articles and medicines. They are also advised to maintain social distance during the practice. Wholesalers and retailers are also requested to maintain supply chain of these goods, par
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Frontline workers combating Covid real heroes of nation; salute them: Rana
3/30/2020 10:51:01 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: Describing all those frontline workers engaged in combating Covid-19 as real heroes of the nation, National Conference Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana today saluted police and security force personnel, doctors, para-medics and lab technicians, media persons, employees manning essential utility services, people maintaining supply line of essentials and numerous others behind the screen but functional on ground zero all the time, for their gigantic service to humanity at the alter of their own lives as also their families. "We vehemently acknowledge their valour and fortitude, which is going to make all the difference in steering out the manki
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People turn up on its own to keep surroundings neat & clean
Fight against COVID-19
3/30/2020 10:50:53 PM
Malik Muddasir Early Times Report Banihal, Mar 30: At the time when world is facing the threat from deadly Corona Virus, a family in Banihal from Asher turn up to an initiative of “self help” to started Sanitazition at home on its own to Fight against Corona Virus as it is not possible for the local administration to reach each and every person. Setting an example, 17 year old Tashif Ul Ashraf Wani and his young relative Muhammad Eihaab to the noble initiative by sanitazing their own home
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Fresh spell of rain likely in J&K from Mar 31
3/30/2020 10:50:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: A fresh spell of rain is expected in Jammu and Kashmir from March 31 to April 2, the MeT section has said. A weatherman here said that currently weather is generally cloudy in Ladakh and Kashmir and mainly clear in Jammu region. "A fresh spell of intermittent light to moderate rain in plains and snowfall over higher reaches of J&K and Zojila, Drass and some areas of Zanskar region of Ladakh is most likely during March 31 to April to 2. He said as usual, it may led to landslides in Banihal-Ramban axis of Jammu -Srinagar National Highway. Thunderstorm with strong gusty winds of the order of 30-40 KMPH is also likely during above period, he said and
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ISM Reasi designates medical officers for telephonic consultation
3/30/2020 10:50:09 PM
Early Times Report REASI, Mar 30: Indian Systems of Medicines, Reasi today designated Medical Officers to provide telephonic/electronic consultation. A handout issued by the Nodal Officer Indian Systems of Medicine, Reasi stated that three Medical Officers of the District Reasi have been designated to provide telephonic consultations till further orders and cater all the Institutions of the District. Further it is directed that local P.T.S will provide the Medicine to the patients after proper prescription obtained by the patient electronically by text message /whatsapp or any other means. The phone numbers of the Medical Officers are to be flashed in all the institutions of the Dis
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Vaishno Devi pilgrims stranded in Jammu
3/30/2020 10:49:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30 : Hundreds of Vaishno Devi pilgrims from various parts of the country are stranded in Jammu due to the ongoing countrywide lockdown. With money running out and nowhere to go, they have assembled in a temple complex in Jammu. Shanti Devi from Bihar is among those pilgrims stranded. She couldn't return to Bihar and is now worried about her ageing mother and a young child. "I am extremely worried about my family back home, I appeal to the government to do something for the stranded pilgrims," she said. The Jammu administration is providing them with food through local volunteers. "The administration is taking care of them and ensuring that they don't fac
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Vaishno Devi pilgrims stranded in Jammu
3/30/2020 10:49:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30 : Hundreds of Vaishno Devi pilgrims from various parts of the country are stranded in Jammu due to the ongoing countrywide lockdown. With money running out and nowhere to go, they have assembled in a temple complex in Jammu. Shanti Devi from Bihar is among those pilgrims stranded. She couldn't return to Bihar and is now worried about her ageing mother and a young child. "I am extremely worried about my family back home, I appeal to the government to do something for the stranded pilgrims," she said. The Jammu administration is providing them with food through local volunteers. "The administration is taking care of them and ensuring that they don't fac
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COVID-19: Ladakh MP Namgyal releases Rs 1 cr from MPLADS fund, donates one month's salary
3/30/2020 10:49:49 PM
Early Times Report Ladakh, Mar 30: Ladakh MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal has sanctioned Rs one crore from his MPLADS fund for both Leh and Kargil districts, besides donating his one month salary of Rs one lakh to the PM Relief Fund in order to strengthen the ongoing fight against coronavirus. The Centre has recently changed guidelines to allow the use of Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) fund to supplement the government''s effort in battle against the deadly disease. "Pandemic COVID 19 is creating a challenging situation world over. Considering the pandemic situation has already reached Ladakh with 13 positive cases (3 of them have resulted negative after treatm
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Jammu-Srinagar NH remains shut for fourth day
3/30/2020 10:49:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: The 270-km arterial Jammu-Srinagar national highway, the Valley’s only surface link with the rest of the country, remained closed for the fourth consecutive day, leavening hundreds of trucks stranded. The highway was closed on Friday after heavy rain triggered landslides and shooting stones from hillocks in Panthyal, Monkey Morh, Mehar and few other locations in Ramban area. Though boulders and mudslides at about a dozen places between Nashri- Ramban and Banihal have been cleared by the road maintenance company, the blockades at Monkey Morh and Dhalwas area of Ramban could not be cleared. A massive landslide has occurred at Dhalwas village near Chande
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Covid-19: Govt notifies helpline for JK’s stranded migrant labourers
3/30/2020 10:49:12 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The government today notified helpline numbers for migrant labourers of Jammu and Kashmir who are stranded in various parts of the country due to lockdown announced in view of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Migrant labourers have been asked to seek assistance and help by contacting the following helpline numbers: Zameer Ahmad, Assistant Labour Commissioner, 9797172356 (for Kashmir Division) and Sanjay Kumar, Labour Officer, 9419424281 (for Jammu Division). The nominated officers have been asked to liaise with the concerned authority of the State/UT for providing assistance/help to these stranded migrant labourers.
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Animal Husbandry Deptt appeals public for providing food, water to stray animals
3/30/2020 10:49:05 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The Department of Animal Husbandry Jammu, today appealed the general public to be kind to animals and birds near their surroundings by providing food and water to them so as to minimize the sufferings of these speechless at this moment of crisis. In view of complete lockdown to contain spread of COVID- 19 pandemic, the street animals and birds are worst sufferers for want of food and water. Besides, there are reports that fearing infection of CORONA virus, many pet owners are abandoning their pets to stray without food, water and shelter. The closure of food /eat points during lockdown may also result in starvation /death of stray animals and birds in la
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Punish violators who can spread COVID-19: HC to Govt
3/30/2020 10:48:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: A Division Bench of Jammu & Kashmir High Court Comprising Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Sindu Sharma today directed the authorities to take strict action against the persons who violate any instruction, any order issued by the Central Government and the UT Government as well as any provision of law especially where their conduct would result in the spread of the COVID-19 infection and endanger lives.While hearing the Public Interest Litigation throug
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CS directs officials to intensify efforts to contain spread of Covid-19
3/30/2020 10:47:15 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Mar 30: In the wake of rise in number of infected persons, Chief Secretary Jammu and Kashmir Union territory government asked the officials to double the efforts for containing the spread of the deadly virus. Sources said that the Chief Secretary in a series of meeting said that the officials must intensify the preparatory efforts for preventing the spread of the virus. Sources said that Chief Secretary, BVR Subrahmanyam, also took stock of measures put in place by the Health Department to prevent spread of Coronavirus in Jammu and Kashmir. “The Chief Secretary has once again appealed to the general public to stay home, maintain social dist
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TADA Court grants 15-day judicial remand of accused in connection with Pulwama attack
Jammu courts hear cases through Whatsapp video calls
3/30/2020 10:47:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: The Courts in Jammu District heard cases through Whatsapp video calls and granted bails, remands and issued other orders on Monday. These measures were taken to avoid assembly of people and prevent spread of Coronavirus infection. Special Judge NIA/POTA/TADA Court Subash C Gupta granted 15 days judicial remand of Shakir Bashir, Peer Tariq Ahmed, lnsha Jan, Mohammad Abass and Waiz ul Islam who were arrested by the NIA in connection with Pulwama attack. Meanwhile Court also granted default bail of Mashood Ahmed, Mohammad Jaffer, Liyaqat Ali and Kousar Hussain who were allegedly involved in Kishtwar militancy case as police couldn’t produce chall
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Kishtwar Administration issued passes to 13 vehicles for smooth supply of essential commodities
3/30/2020 10:46:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: In order to continue hassle free transportation of essential commodities in Kishtwar District in wake of country wide lockdown due to Corona Virus pendamic, District Administration Kishtwar on the recommendation of Assistant Director Food Civil Supplies and Public Distribution Department (FCS&PDD) accorded permission to 13 vehicles to play on different routes of Kishtwar District and on Kishtwar-Jammu National Highway for transportation of ration and other essential commodities. As per the details available with Early Times, in its communication dated 28-3-2020 by Assistant Director FCS&PDD requesting for issuance of permission to vehicles required for
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Distribution of foodgrains moves to another sixteen sub-zones of Srinagar from today
3/30/2020 10:46:47 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Mar 30: Distribution of foodgrains in six sub-zones of Srinagar which started March 28 has been completed and is now moving to other sub-zones of the district. In these six sub-zones over 25 thousands households were home-delivered foodgrains which includes 13500 quintals of rice and 675 quintals of wheat. From tomorrow until April 2 the distribution of foodgrains will be made in sixteen other sub-zones of the district. These sixteen sub-zones where distribution will be made amongst consumers located there include Amirakadal, Kanikadal, Nawabazar, Batamaloo, Barzulla, Chatabal, Nishat, Shalimar, Natipora, Nowshera, Soura, Amidakadal, Rainawari, Safakadal,
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Covid-19: Govt sanctions Rs 17.65 Cr for registered construction workers
3/30/2020 10:46:40 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The government today sanctioned Rs 17.65 crore for construction workers registered with the J&K Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board who have been left without any work due to lockdown announced in view of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Accordingly, the government sanctioned Rs 1000 each in favour of active registered construction workers. The amount shall reach the beneficiary through DBT mode for purchase of essential commodities out of the cess fund available with the Board.
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Covid-19 Extend date for depositing school fee to Apr 30: Govt to private schools
3/30/2020 10:45:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Jammu and Kashmir government has ordered the extension of last date for depositing school fees up to April 30 and also directed all the private schools to issue appropriate directions in this regard. The government has directed the private schools to extend last date for depositing school fees from March 30 to April 30 without any late fees. The government has also directed the private schools not to charge any fee for the online lectures/assignments given to the students amid lockdown in the Union Territory. In an order issued by Principal Secretary to the Government School Education department, Dr.Asghar Hassan Samoon said that the directions shall a
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Covid-19: Govt sanctions Rs 17.65 Cr for registered construction workers
3/30/2020 10:45:10 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The government today sanctioned Rs 17.65 crore for construction workers registered with the J&K Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board who have been left without any work due to lockdown announced in view of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Accordingly, the government sanctioned Rs 1000 each in favour of active registered construction workers. The amount shall reach the beneficiary through DBT mode for purchase of essential commodities out of the cess fund available with the Board.
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Govt issues orders under J&K Reorganization Act, 2019
Dir Industries appointed Registrar of Firms, Societies
3/30/2020 9:57:21 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 30: The government today issued two orders under section 98 of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019, read with clause 17 of the Jammu and Kashmir Removal of Difficulties Order, 2019. According to the first order, “Lieutenant Governor hereby directs that the Director, Industries and Commerce, Kashmir and Jammu appointed as “Registrar of Firms” under the Jammu and Kashmir Partnership Act, Svt. 1996 (repealed) shall be deemed to have been appointed under the Indian Partnership Act, 1932.” According to the second order, “Lieutenant Governor hereby directs that the Director, Industries and Commerce, Kashmir and Jammu appointed as “Registrar of Societi
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COVID-19: Prioritize treatment of patients; distribute masks, PPEs to staff: Lt Governor
3/30/2020 9:55:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu today chaired a high level meeting at Raj Bhavan to review the arrangements being put in place to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The Lt Governor emphasized on prioritizing the treatment of the patients tested positive for COVID-19 and passed directions for the distribution of masks, and PPEs, especially to the front-line workers who are associated with Corona prevention
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Police distribute food items among poor, needy
‘We Care for You’ campaign
3/30/2020 9:51:12 PM
Early Times Report Samba, Mar 30: Carrying onward the initiative “We Care for You” launched by J&K Police, Samba Police today in its third consecutive day distributed food and ration items to poor and needy people of Ramgarh area. A police team of PS Ramgarh headed by SHO Ramgarh carried out another round of volunteer act and today reached out to the slum area at Trutah Morh, Ramgarh where about 200 slum dwellers & migrant labourers are presently putting up. These poor & needy people were
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Shani Dev Seva Samiti distributes masks, sanitizers to security personnel
3/30/2020 9:50:58 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Shani Dev Seva Samiti distributed masks and sanitizers to security personnel and sweepers today. Fighting for the corona virus epidemic in India risked their lives day and night, the security personnel and sanitary workers were served breakfast by the committee and this morning, they were distributed a huge amount of masks and soaps and hand gloves. Committee President Abhishek Gupta told that at this time, everyone who is growing up in this should come for
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Art of Living distributes relief among 2500 families
3/30/2020 9:50:43 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Global spiritual and humanitarian organization, The Art of Living has sent relief in the form of essential items for about 50,000 daily-wage earners who were working in Jammu and live around the slum areas in Jammu, Relief Material For 50,000 Daily-wage Earners, Beggars, Drivers/cleaners, Sadhus, Physically Challenged, Passengers Stranded In Jammu Regionmost of whom hail from states of Rajasthan, Bihar, UP and Odisha. The workers live in and around Jammu in
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GMHS School donates Rs 1 lakh to PM Cares Fund
3/30/2020 9:50:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Green Model Higher Secondary School donated Rs 1 Lakh to fight against Coronavirus. The current situation in India and across the world is of grave concern and requires immediate action. Green Model Higher Secondary School, Doda has in the past risen to the needs of the nation. At this moment, the need of the hour is greater than any other. Thus, Green Model Higher Secondary School along with its management, staff and students continue their pledge to protec
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MAI waive off two months fee of students
3/30/2020 9:49:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: In view the outbreak of CoronaVirus and to reduce the financial burden of parents the Management of Act Institute, R.S. Pura has decided to waive off two months tuition fee in favour of all the students. Due to the above decision, 57 students / parents will be benefited. At present we have 57 students with different fee structure (Rs 600, 700 or 800 monthly fee), so the total fee including March and April is approximately Rs 80,000. Institute Director Nitin Mahajan and Head of the Institute Ekta Mahajan assured the teachers that they will not suffer at this time of crises because of the ongoing lockdown in the wake of Covid-19. Act institute will pay fu
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AAP urges admin to help stranded students, laborers
3/30/2020 9:49:18 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: J&K Aam Aadmi Party activists have urged the J&K UT administration to take urgent steps to streamline the arrangements for the stranded students, labourers & others belonging to different Districts, who are stuck up in Jammu, due to the sudden announcement of lock down , on the pattern of Delhi- Arvind Kejriwal government & as per yesterday’s home department order. They also urged the J&K UT administration to Up-grade health facilities in all District & rural areas of J&K UT. They further urged the UT administration to take further steps to streamline the process of food and shelter and the medicines & isolation centers to those stranded in Jammu, belongi
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Initiative of DSE Jammu for online classes hailed
3/30/2020 9:49:10 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Central Working Committee (CWC) Jammu of All J&K Plus Two PSC Lecturer Association appreciated Principal Secretary Asgar Samon, DSEJ for initiating online classes as a measure to compensate the academic loss of the students by utilizing all the digital and man power resources available. As per hand out issued, CWC Jammu hails the move of starting online classes and enabling the students to continue their studies during the prevailing crisis. CWC also appreciated the efforts of Director School Education Jammu for creating student corner on its web site where the students can access the subject related e content and get maximum benefits. Manjeet Chib the
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Restore 4G internet services: AJKYF
3/30/2020 9:49:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: All J&K Youth Federation (AJKYF), Provincial Incharge, Jammu Province , Ch. Sanjay Singh Sandhu urged upon J&K administration for reviewing their order for restoring 4G internet services in J&K. Ch. Sanjay Singh Sandhu in a statement issued here today, urged upon the J&K administration to restore 4G internet services in Union Territory expeditiously for ensuring work from home slogan, better educational facilities to students and helping the people to stay indoor which will help the authorities to cope up with the unwarranted situation arising across the globe. Ch. Sanjay Singh Sandhu appealed to the people of the Union Territory to take all precautiona
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FOIJ resents pick & choose policy by DIO
3/30/2020 9:48:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: An urgent meeting of Federation of Industries Jammu was held today in which the members present in the meeting shown their resentment towards the pick & choose policy adopted by the Director of Industries Jammu for the grant of permission to run the manufacturing and packaging units under the Essential Commodities as notified by the Govt. In this regard we submit that categories of Industries as approved to operate by Director Industries in which permission was granted to five units of a particular group U Flex and two units for the packaging material only inspite of the facts that one of the units of U Flex manufacturing Ink and Cylinders whereas
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Health employees decide to donate one day salary
3/30/2020 9:48:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Jammu Kashmir Medical Employee Federation, Jammu decided in the emergent meeting that Health & Family Welfare employees have to make a humble contribution of one day salary to Jammu Kashmir Relief Fund. The leaders of below mentioned associations are under the umbrella of JKMEF, Jammu such as Jammu Kashmir Govt Pharmacists Association, Jammu Kashmir Basic Health Employee Association, Jammu Kashmir clerical employee Association, Jammu Kashmir X-ray tech employee Association, Jammu Kashmir lab tech employee Association, Jammu Kashmir Dental tech employee Association, Jammu Kashmir Ophthalmic tech employee Association, Jammu Kashmir class IV employe
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Fight against Covid-19 a challenge, govt needs to do more: Kapil Singh
3/30/2020 9:48:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: Media Coordinator and Member Media Coordination Committee PCC ( JK UT Committee), Kapil Singh has termed the fight against Covid 19 a major challenge and urged on government to take strong measures but also ensure that poor people especially migrant workers are taken care off. In a statement, Singh has said questioned the response of the central government and said that Indian government was late in making steps to prevent the spread of virus. He Said that scenes of migrant workers in New Delhi is frightening. Thousands of people are on roads. This shows the mismanagement on part of government. ‘We did not take safety measure while evacuating people f
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SCCU urges people to stay at home
3/30/2020 9:48:12 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, Mar 30: The Senior Citizens Club Udhampur advised its members and urged older, adults to stay indoors due to corona virus. Older people are twice as likely to have serious complications if they get COVID-19. And it is harder to fight infection for the people with chronic conditions such as heart disease, lung disease and diabetes, and they are also more at risk for severe cases of COVID-19 owing to the weakening of the immune system with age. They were advised to limit their access to buying essentialities and should obtain the services of the volunteers earmarked by the administration ward wise. Geriatricians have recommended to their patients to adhere to i
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Plus 2 PSC Lecturers Association hails decision of deduction of 2 days salary
3/30/2020 9:48:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Mar 30: All J&K +2 PSC Lecturer’s Association hailed the decision taken by the department and as tweeted by Principal Secretary Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon wherein all the Gazetted teachers of the department will donate 2 Day’s Salary and NG teachers one day salary to Covid-19 Mitigation Fund. The Association had already proposed and made its intentions clear to provide each and every help whether financial or other to the UT administration for mitigation of this pandemic crisis that has claimed thousands of lives across the globe, the J&K being no exception which has already lost two lives and hundreds are in quarantine. Also the Lecturers recruited under Specia
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