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Breaking News :   Blue-eyed Motor Vehicle Inspector holds half a dozen lucrative posts in Transport department | Wholesale Cloth Merchants Association Jammu felicitate Mayor, Deputy Mayor | Hypertension is a major Health hazard: Dr Sushil | 3 days long Karate Championship concludes | Children Theatre Workshop & Audio Visual Programme organized | Natrang stages play 'Topian' | Hello kids students shine in Karate Competition | Spiritual exhibition concludes at Moungri | Jammu designer Rinku Luthra awarded | SRCC holds English language skill workshop | STG organizes video documentation of Dogra historical sites | Nat Manch brings laurel in Karate Championship | 3 JK mountaineers shortlisted by IMF | BOMSC becomes overall champion in North India speedball championship | Govt fails to provide basic facilities to people of Jammu region: Partap | BYS organizes two days special yog camp | Religious function organised at Lohar Devta Mandir | Come out of political slavery of parties: Rajiv Chuni to PoK DPs | Dogra Sangathan thanks parents for supporting against Pvt schools' loot | DIG Sujit conducts meeting of officers | Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation, Rajouri, organised Blood Donation Camp at S.N.S.B. | AAP expresses concern over non functional of Anganwaris | SAKS distributes scholarship among meritorious students | Army organizes painting competition | MPEJ appeal masses not to fall prey to religious overtures of politicians | Govt to start surprise inspection of food served to Move employees in Srinagar | BJP may not find it easy but pollsters predict another term for Modi | Bhaderwah killing: NC, PDP lose face | Exit polls give sleepless nights to PDP | PM Modi broke all records, covered 1.5 lakh km | Govt constitutes fact finding committee to probe fraudulent appointments at Technical Education Deptt | Rs 186.74, crores have been diverted to drainage and Sewerage Treatment Plants alleged:Paba | Kupwara youth selected as delegate for AYIMUN conference | PAF condemn Bhaderwah killing, demanded arrest of culprits | 120 Gram of Charas recovered, driver detained | Difference between revocation and review | Situation demands Malik Sahib! Kindly act a politically always | Menace of Child Labour | Magestrial enquiry ordered into Bhaderwah killing, perpetual stone pelting | ADDC Kupwara on penalty notice for failure to appear before SIC | BJP leader's killing: TIP will be conducted | ZEO Rajouri breaches Model Code of Conduct | Pregnant women denied ambulance, DC orders enquiry | Curfew continues for fourth day in Bhaderwah | Anganwari centres rarely open, Children left high and dry | Militants fire upon 65 year old political activist | Police solve murder case | Beopar Mandal Udhampur protests against hike in tax at Ban Toll Plaza | Essence of every religion is to enrich humanity: Rana | "Credible information led to killing of 12 militants in Ramadan so far" | Remote areas worst victims of govt apathy: Harsh | Two centres set up for counting of votes in Jammu LS seat | Eradication of drug menace from the root level is our prime goal: Mankotia | Advisor Ganai pays obeisance at Makhdoom Sahib (RA) Shrine | Convoy day on Jammu-Srinagar highway, no civilian traffic movement today | CHC Gandoh faces shortage of doctors, patients at receiving end | BJP failed to fulfill promises made during Assembly elections: Mula Ram | Civil Society demands opening of Fair Price Shop | Man critically injured in Bear attack, hospitalised | BJP leaders failed miserably to represent people of Akhnoor: Madan | Core Committee of YRS dissolves its State Body | Counting arrangements finalized | DDC Anantnag holds Public outreach programme | Plus 2 Lecturers' Forum demands regularisation of Incharge incumbents | Pak man held at Tangdar, police register case | Hit by biker, traffic inspector lands into hospital | Girl electrocuted to death | BSF ASI injured at Poonch LoC | 2 drud peddlers arrested | Back Issues  
 
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Wholesale Cloth Merchants Association Jammu felicitate Mayor, Deputy Mayor
5/20/2019 12:36:29 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 19: Wholesale Cloth Merchants Association Jammu organised their General House meeting to honour and felicitate Mayor Chander Mohan Gupta and Deputy Mayor Adv Purnima Sharma at hotel KC residency. Wholesale Cloth Merchants Association Jammu is the oldest business association of Jammu city. In his welcome address Vinay Gupta, President Wholesale Cloth Merchants Association, honoured the dignitaries and appraised them of the problems being faced by the trading com
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Hypertension is a major Health hazard: Dr Sushil
5/20/2019 12:35:32 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Emphasizing upon the commonly prevalent but often overlooked problem of hypertension as a major health hazard among the people, Dr. Sushil, as a part of international campaign as May Measuring Month, conducted a day long camp at Gorkha Mandir, Shivaji chowk, Nanak Nagar area of Jammu to highlight the various complications associated with this 'Silent Killer'. The alarmity of the problem can be gauged from the fact that many patients are totally unaware of it
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Children Theatre Workshop & Audio Visual Programme organized
5/20/2019 12:34:34 AM
Early Times Report Reasi, May 19: Triple "A" Performing Arts Reasi organized Children Theatre Workshop & Audio Visual Programme of art & culture in the various schools of district Reasi for the preservation and dissemination of Cultural Heritage of Himalayas. This project was approved and supported by Ministry of Culture Govt. of India (BTI section) for the year 2018-19. Under this project children theatre workshop and audio visual programme was also organized at Govt. Middle School Migran
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Natrang stages play 'Topian'
5/20/2019 12:34:16 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Natrang today staged political satire 'Topian' written by Mani Madhukar under the direction of Balwant Thakur in its weekly theatre series 'Sunday Theatre' at its studio. The play was a dig on the lusty politicians who can change colors faster than a chameleon just to ensure that they remain in power. For them, mission is to be befool public and for that they have the requisite theatrical art, know-how, expertise and the excellence to transform themselve
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Hello kids students shine in Karate Competition
5/20/2019 12:33:55 AM
Early Times Report Jammu , May 19: Students of Hello Kids, have brought laurels to the school by performing brilliantly in Karate Competition. The Competition organised by Shito-Ryu Karate Association, Jammu & Kashmir The Competition was supervised by Manoj Mehara . The Students who participated in the competition and win medals included Gold Medals : Devary Singh Manahas, Agastya Kher, Ridhima Raina, Divyanshi Sharma Silver Medals were bagged by Kritika Razdan, Tanmay Chopra, Yashika Kou
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Spiritual exhibition concludes at Moungri
5/20/2019 12:33:38 AM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 19: To spread the values and message of spiritualism, self transformation through meditation and positive thinking among the masses, spiritual Exhibition was concluded at Sarar Dabar Moungri. The Spiritual Exhibition was organized by Bharma Kumaris Geeta Path Shalla Barrian Udhampur. Block Medical Officer, Dr. Anil Saloach was the special guest on the occasion. Dr. Saloach lauded the efforts of the organizer for holding the exhibition for the awarene
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Jammu designer Rinku Luthra awarded
5/20/2019 12:33:11 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: A young women entrepreneur from Jammu, Rinku Luthra has brought laurels for the state by bagging an award in the field of fashion designing organized by an organization at Jaipur, Rajasthan on Saturday. Rinku Luthra, who started his carrier in the field of fashion designing in 2005 has become popular in state and other parts of country and now has a multination team. CAT'S FASHION STUDIO at Channi Himmat has grown immensely to what it is today. The studio girl is fashion forward yet classy, effortlessly cool and unafraid to venture into different styles. An organization Friendslofts has awarded the '' Women's Achievers & Entrepreneurs Award' to Mrs Rink
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SRCC holds English language skill workshop
5/20/2019 12:33:02 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: As part of series of workshops for Civil Services aspirants, a workshop on English language skills organised at SR College of Competitions (SRCC), here today. The leading institute for Civil Services and other competitive examinations, SRCC invited Dr Gopal Parthasarthi for an interactive session on various English language skills. During interaction with the students, the guest faculty discussed various aspects of language and stressed the need for a holist
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3 JK mountaineers shortlisted by IMF
5/20/2019 12:31:12 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Three ace mountaineers of Mountaineering Association of J&K namely Stanzin Youthog, Manik Slathia and Ambreen Fatima have been shortlisted by Indian Mountaineering Foundation, New Delhi, the apex body for mountaineering and allied sports in the country, for selection camp for Pre Everest Expedition. The selection camp will be held between June 1 and July 5,2019 and Pre Everest expedition to a peak above 7000m is scheduled to be organized in the post monsoon season (Aug-Sep). Based on the performance of the participants in the Pre Everest expedition final team will be selected by Indian Mountaineering Foundation for a major expedition to scale four promin
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Govt fails to provide basic facilities to people of Jammu region: Partap
5/20/2019 12:30:34 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Residents of ward 32, Om Nagar came out on the road under the banner of Yuva Panthers against the failure of the government to provide basic facilities to people here today. Early morning, the residents and YP activists gathered at Main Chowk and raised slogans against Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), Public Health and Engineering (PHE) Department & Public Works Department (PWD). The protest was orgnised by Arun Mehra (Distt. Vice President YP) & Kapil D
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BYS organizes two days special yog camp
5/20/2019 12:30:09 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Bhartiya Yog Sansthan organized a two days special Yog Parshikshan Shivir (Trainers Training Camp) from 18th to 19th May 2019 at its Yog Ashram Gole Gujral, Jammu for Yog Adhikaris and Yog Trainers of the State. The camp was attended by over 200 Yog Adhikaris and Yog Trainers drawn from different Yog Centers and Zones of Jammu, Samba and Udhampur. Yoga Acharya Des Raj , General Secretary, Bhartiya Yog Sansthan, New Delhi was the guiding force of the Shivi
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Religious function organised at Lohar Devta Mandir
5/20/2019 12:29:32 AM
Early Times Report Mendhar, May 20: A two days long religious function was organised in the historical Mandir of Lohar Devta. Prominent among those who were present on this occasion include Advocate Rajinder Singh, DC Poonch Rahul Yadav Commander 93 Bridage Poonch , Commander Krishna Ghati Brigade, SSP Poonch, Ramesh Kumar Angral SDPO Mendhar, Neeraj Padyar SHO Mendhar Sajid Ahmed Mir. With the completion of Path the Havan was performed and after Puran Ahuti Bhajan Kirtan ses
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Come out of political slavery of parties: Rajiv Chuni to PoK DPs
5/20/2019 12:29:10 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: After a brief lull owing to the Parliamentary elections, regular monthly meeting of the SOS International was held here today under the chairmanship of Rajiv Chuni, chief of the prominent organization of the PoK Displaced Persons. During the meeting, which was attended by a large number of PoK Displaced Persons from different parts of Jammu city, a threadbare discussion was held on the issues confronting the community as well as long pending demands for perm
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Dogra Sangathan thanks parents for supporting against Pvt schools' loot
5/20/2019 12:28:38 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Dogra Sanghthan President Amit Kapoor said that it has been 45 days since agitation against pvt. Schools open loot has started and in order to create a awareness among parents who had been looted by the Private & CBSE Schools on a/c of paying higher fees, annual charges etc for this he thanked all the parents supporting Dogra Sanghthan he said that it is very shameful on the part of govt. and administration that after being provided with all the proofs to the administration and after all the hue and cry of the parents the administration is still in deep sleep he appealed the honorable Governor of the state that chairman JKFFC Retired justice Hakim Imtiyaz
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DIG Sujit conducts meeting of officers
5/20/2019 12:28:29 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19 : Kathua Police under the guidelines of Shridhar Patil, SSP Kathua, today conducted a workshop cum training program on Investigation of cases in Conference Hall District Police Lines Kathua for Police Personnels well versed in Urdu language who can be utilized as IOs for Investigation of cases. Sujit Kumar DIG Jammu Samba Kathua Range reviewed the progress of workshop during his today visit in Kathua.DIG appreciated the efforts of SSP Kathua and his team fo
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Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation, Rajouri, organised Blood Donation Camp at S.N.S.B.
5/20/2019 12:27:40 AM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 19: With the blessings of Nirankari Satguru Mata Sudiksha ji Maharaj, Sant Nirankari Chariatable Foundation, Rajouri, organized its 10th Blood Donation Camp to commemorate the supreme sacrifice of its former Spiritual Head, Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji maharaj and to remember hundreds of devotees who laid down their lives for the noble cause of truth, love, peace and humanity.Sant Nirankari Mandal, Branch Rajouri, organized this camp in collaboration with Distri
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AAP expresses concern over non functional of Anganwaris
5/20/2019 12:27:18 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Aam Aadmi Party In-charge District Doda, Mehraj Malik visited various Anganwadi centres and found them non-functional. He said that the Anganwadi project started twenty years back to focus on pre Nursery education on the same pattern as private crèche centers opened, where government supplies quality nutritional food to children below three years and many more advantages in guidelines of the said project. But after a passage of long time these Anganwadi centres become the hub of corruption, only to collect quality food from Anganwadi stores and sell it in the market. Moreover 99% AWC remain closed whole year & the employees are seen once in a month ou
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SAKS distributes scholarship among meritorious students
5/20/2019 12:25:59 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: A meeting of Shri Amar Kshatriya (Rajput) Sabha was convened under the Presidentship of its chairman of the Trust Kr. Naryan Singh and distributed scholarships among the meritorious students of Rajput Community. In the meeting about 48 students were present who were given the scholarship for the year 2018-19 amounting to Rs. 2,00,000 Approx. These students were hailing from different districts of J&K State, reading from 9th to PG classes including B.Tech,
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Army organizes painting competition
5/20/2019 12:25:22 AM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 20: A painting competition was organized by Army at Government Middle School, Mung. The theme of the competition was kept as 'Save Environment', wherein a total of 43 students participated with lot of vigor and unbridled enthusiasm. The aim of the competition was to inculcate the spirit of competition and tap their inherent budding talent. Students creatively used this platform as an instructive and entertaining way of addressing crucial issues of environment conservation in our day to day functioning. It was heartening to see number of students coming forward to showcase their talent which demonstrated their concern for the cause. The event was followed
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MPEJ appeal masses not to fall prey to religious overtures of politicians
5/20/2019 12:25:12 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Movement for Peace, Equality and Justice (MPEJ) has expressed concern over growing religious trend in politics, which it termed as dangerous for country. "All traditional Political Parties are spreading the massage that if such & such Parties comes to power than such & such religion groups will be targeted. It is totally a false agenda being spread by these traditional political parties only to mislead poor people. The need of the hour is to expose all these
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Rs 186.74, crores have been diverted to drainage and Sewerage Treatment Plants alleged:Paba
5/19/2019 11:44:15 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 19: Members of Udhampur Development Council (UDC) today organized a press conference to review the ongoing progress of Devika Project at Udhampur under National River Conservation Plan (NRCP) scheme. While addressing the media persons Anil Paba a social activist and president UDC alleged that project of River Devika has been diverted to drainage based instead of River based. He said that the Ministry of Environment and Forest, climate change
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Kupwara youth selected as delegate for AYIMUN conference
5/19/2019 11:43:44 PM
Early Times Report Kupwara, May 19: Sajid Yousuf from Kupwara has been selected for the Arab Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) conference in Dubai UAE. Sajid yousuf was selected from 1015 applicants all over the world. Sajid is among 1015 delegates who are going to participate in the conference. Arab Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) is an annual conference where young leaders from all over the world sit together in an assembly called Meeting Session and each of them play the role as a diplomat representing the country they are assigned to. It is a conference where hundreds of Youth Leaders from across will gather to solve one of the mos
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PAF condemn Bhaderwah killing, demanded arrest of culprits
5/19/2019 11:43:36 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, May 19: Prominent political and social activist and President Public Awareness Front Kishtwar Shakir Saddiqui today condemn the killing of middle age person in Bhaderwah and conveyed deepest condolences to bereaved family. Reacting to the killing in Bhaderwah, PAF president strongly condemning this brutal killing and emphasized upon the Governor Administration to ascertain the identity of the killers so that they could be punished. He said that anti peace elements always wanted to vitiate atmosphere by hitting the strong febrics of communal harmony and brotherhood in Chenab valley added that it is the duty of every citizen of the State to defeat their design
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120 Gram of Charas recovered, driver detained
5/19/2019 11:43:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Reports revealed that District Police Poonch in its special drive against drugs recovered 120 Gram of Charas from the driver of a truck. Carrying forward the special drive, police party laid a surprise Naka at behramgala on Mughal road. During checking and frisking, a vehicle bearing registration no. HR56A1717 driven by Samdeer Singh S/o Umad Singh R/o Bella khori District Jind State Haryana was signaled to stop for checking. During search, about 120 grams of Charas was recovered from the driver of the vehicle. In this regard FIR has been registered in Police Station surankote against the driver. Investigation has been geared up to asc
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ADDC Kupwara on penalty notice for failure to appear before SIC
5/19/2019 10:28:24 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 19: As the Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Kupwara who is also the designated Public Information Officer (PIO) in the office of Deputy Commissioner Kupwara (DC office) failed to attend four consecutive hearings at State Information Commission (SIC) , the Information Commissioner Mohammad Ashraf Mir while taking the issue seriously has issued a penalty show cause notice against the officer. Details available with Early Times reveal that an RTI application dated 01-11-2018 was filed by one Fahmeeda Nabi R/O Rednag Sogam District Kupwara with Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) who is also the designated Public Informatio
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BJP leader's killing: TIP will be conducted
5/19/2019 10:28:15 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 19: A Test Identification Parade (TIP) of arrested JeM militant Hilal Naikoo will be conducted in connection with BJP leader Gul Mohammed Mir's killing in Anantnag as an internal probe indicated lapses at bureaucratic level despite a clear threat to him, officials said. The family of 57-year-old Mir, who unsuccessfully contested on BJP ticket in 2008 and 2014 assembly elections from Dooru in South Kashmir, has claimed that Naikoo was present in the squad that killed the politician outside his home on May 4. Mir, whose affidavit shows his age as 52 in the 2014 assembly polls, was shot dead outside his residence at Nowgam in Verinag area of South Kashmir.
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Curfew continues for fourth day in Bhaderwah
5/19/2019 10:27:22 PM
Early Times Report Bhaderwah, May 19: Curfew continued for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday in Jammu and Kashmir's Bhaderwah town. Authorities have ordered a magisterial probe into the death of a civilian - Nayeem Shah - whose body was recovered by the police from the outskirts of Bhaderwah town on Thursday. Clashes broke out between two groups following Shah's murder which one group said had been done by cow vigilantes. Police has denied the involvement of any cow vigilantes. Informed sources said Shah died due to a gunshot injury. Army was called out on Thursday to assist the civil administration maintain law and order in the communally sensitive town.
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Anganwari centres rarely open, Children left high and dry
5/19/2019 10:27:14 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, May 19: Many ICDS centres in Ramnagar are not giving proper facilities to the children for which they are mandated. A visit to many such centres brought many starling facts to fore. At Bari and incha Anganwari centres people said that aganwardi centre remains closed most of the times. They also said that anganwardi workers come looked when they note the names of children and then leave. The villagers alleged that these workers forward the lists of the children to higher ups and withdraw ration while the children for whom these things are meant get nothing. They demanded a high level probe into this and appealed to the Governor S
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Militants fire upon 65 year old political activist
5/19/2019 10:27:05 PM
Early Times Report Kulgam, May 19 : Unidentified gunmen on Sunday evening shot at and injured a plitical activist at Zungalpora village of Kulgam district in south Kashmir. Reports said that the masked gunmen fired upon Mohd Jamal (65) son of Mohd Ismail outside his home. He is said to be affailted with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) He said that Jamal suffered multiple bullet wounds and was rushed to district hospital Kulgam for treatment. Medical Superintendent District Hospital Kulgam Dr Muzafar Zargar confirmed to that they have received the injured person. He said that Jamal received multiple bullet injuries and after being treated upon he was referred to SKIMS Soura in critical
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Police solve murder case
5/19/2019 10:26:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Police on Sunday claimed that it solved a murder in Reasi district by arresting the main accused and his four accomplices. A police official said that one Mushtaq Ahmed s/o Ghulam Rasool r/o village Khayala Reasi and approached the police with his father in an injured condition and registered a complaint that when he and his father were working in the fields the accused along with eight others with criminal intention assaulted them with an intention to kill over some land dispute. On their complaint FIR no. 105/2019 u/s 341/307/ 323/147 RPC was registered and investigations were taken up. The injured was taken to hospital for medical checkup. Where fro
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Beopar Mandal Udhampur protests against hike in tax at Ban Toll Plaza
5/19/2019 10:26:50 PM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, May 19: Beopar Mandal Udhampur activists and general people from Udhampur town today held strong protest demonstration against National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), for hike in toll tax at Ban Toll Plaza between Jammu and Udhampur recently. Jitender Vermani president Beopar Mandal Udhampur, Vijay Sharma Sr vice president, Rahul Magotra vice president, Kamal Gupta General Secretary, Naveen Kumar Secretary, Ankit Sanson, Umesh Mahajan were leading the protest
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Essence of every religion is to enrich humanity: Rana
5/19/2019 10:26:15 PM
Early Times Report NAGROTA, May 19: National Conference Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today observed that essence of every religion being to enrich humanity and eschew hate, the people will rise from myopic considerations and work towards making this world a better place to live in by forging bonds of amity and brotherhood. "This divine ethos holds relevance more now than ever before as the society is ridden with intolerance and mistrust between peoples", Rana said while addressing
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"Credible information led to killing of 12 militants in Ramadan so far"
5/19/2019 10:25:58 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 20: Amid surge in encounters during Ramadan across south and north Kashmir with 12 militants having been killed since May 10, the security agencies on Saturday attributed the success of operations to "credible flow of information" about the presence of militants. After the killing of a militant affiliated with the Islamic State of Jammu and Kashmir (ISJK) on May 10 at Shopian, the encounters between the militants and the security forces have witnessed increase. Official figures suggest that six major encounters took place between May 10 and May 18 resulting in the killing of 12 militants. "Among the slain militants was a top Jaish-e-Muhammad commander Kha
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Remote areas worst victims of govt apathy: Harsh
5/19/2019 10:25:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Concluding his 3 days tour of remote and far flung villages of Kulwanta Block of Ramnagar constituency today, Harsh Dev Singh accused the govt of criminal negligence in addressing even the basic problems of the people inhabiting such areas. He said that people were seething with rage not only against the erstwhile BJP-PDP govt but were also accusing the Governor's administration of depriving them of their legitimate dues in terms of development with hardly any signs of developmental activity discernible in such remote areas, the local administration too seemed to have turned a blind eye towards the burning problems faced by the people. In Sia Merri, Chat
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Two centres set up for counting of votes in Jammu LS seat
5/19/2019 10:25:48 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Two centres have been set up here for counting of votes in the Jammu Lok Sabha seat on May 23, a senior official said on Sunday, asserting that all necessary arrangements have been put in place to ensure smooth and peaceful exercise. The constituency, spread over four districts and covering a total of 20 assembly segments with over 20 lakh electorate, recorded 72.16 per cent polling in this general election, sealing the fate of 24 candidates. Returning officer Ramesh Kumar, along with senior police and civil officers, visited the counting centres set up at Government Polytechnic and MAM College on Saturday and reviewed the arrangements. The counting c
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Eradication of drug menace from the root level is our prime goal: Mankotia
5/19/2019 10:25:28 PM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, May 19: Expressing deep concern over the increasing of drugs on such fast rate, Former MLA & NPP President Balwant Singh Mankotia organised 4th marathon run against drug abuse which commenced from Modi Ground at around 6:30 am and concludes at Dogra Guest house Rathian. Marathon was organised by NGO Dogra Kranti Dal in which about 300 youth participated. Mankotia while addressing youth expressed his anxiety over the spread of "Chitta" named drug at such a fast rate during the past three years due to which many of the youth have lost their lives during the previous days. Mankotia said that it is the conspiration of neighbourhood country to make our youth
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Advisor Ganai pays obeisance at Makhdoom Sahib (RA) Shrine
5/19/2019 10:25:08 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 19: Advisor to the Governor Khurshid Ahmed Ganai, Sunday paid obeisance at the shrine of Hamza Makhdoom Kashmiri (RA), popularly known as Makhdoom Sahib and also took the stock of ongoing developmental works at the Shrine. Advisor Ganai, who is also the Chairman of J&K Wakf Board, prayed for peace, progress and prosperity of the State and well-being of people of the State. Vice-Chairman of the Board, G R Sufi, Managing Director, J&K Cable Car Corporation, Shamim Ahmad Wani, along with the engineering staff of the Cable Car Corporation were present on the occasion. The Advisor toured the Shrine premises and took a briefing from the officers about the ong
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Convoy day on Jammu-Srinagar highway, no civilian traffic movement today
5/19/2019 10:25:03 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 19: No civilian traffic movement was allowed on Sunday on the National Highway, the only all-weather road connecting Valley with the rest of the country when only security force convoy will ply, a traffic police official said. Only one-way traffic will ply on national highway, linking Ladakh region with Kashmir and historic 86-km-long Mughal road, connecting Shopian in south Kashmir with Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu region. No civilian traffic was allowed on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway on Sunday, when only security force convoy will ply. However, the ban evoked sharp reaction from leaders of almost all mainstream parties besides separatists, trad
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CHC Gandoh faces shortage of doctors, patients at receiving end
5/19/2019 10:24:52 PM
Early Times Report Gandoh, May 19: Sub-division Gandoh hospital has been facing acute shortage of doctors including Staff, paramedics. In CHC Gandoh out of 19 sanctioned posts of MBBS doctors at present there are only three doctors who have to cope the increasing rush of the patients from different areas of Sub-division Gandoh. Meanwhile, the locals of the area while showing resentment over non-availability of Surgeon spl and physician spl, child spl, in the hospital said that they have to fac
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BJP failed to fulfill promises made during Assembly elections: Mula Ram
5/19/2019 10:24:42 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 19: District Congress Committee, Jammu Rural said that the government has failed in providing basic amenities like water, power and ration to the common person of the State. Addressing public meeting here on Sunday at Raipur Domana constituency, Mula Ram, former Minister and Senior Congress leader asserted that the unprecedented shortage of basic amenities in Jammu highlighted the apathy of the previous BJP Government, which had failed to address the issues of p
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Civil Society demands opening of Fair Price Shop
5/19/2019 10:23:17 PM
Early Times Report Mandi, May 19: Civil Society Rajpura Mandi hold today held a press conference in Mandi in the demand of opening of Fair Price Shop in the complex of Sub Divisional Hospital Mandi at an earliest. Chairman of the civil society Farooq Ahmed Khan urged health department to provide Fair Price Shop in the hospital complex at earliest as all chemist stores are having low standard medicines which causes serious for the healths of the patients. He said, all chemists are looting the
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Man critically injured in Bear attack, hospitalised
5/19/2019 10:23:09 PM
Early Times Report Doda, May 19: Man was critically injured after he was attacked by bear in a remote area in Doda district on sunday here. Injured man identified as Abdul Samad Hajam S/o Abdul Aziz Hajam 45 years a resident of Balal village, Bharath in Doda. He was bleeding profusely from head and was rushed to Sub centre Bharath, and later reffered to District hospital Doda associate GMC for special treatment. Doctors said he out of danger now. Speaking to Early Times, injured Samad said,
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BJP leaders failed miserably to represent people of Akhnoor: Madan
5/19/2019 10:22:58 PM
Early Times Report Akhnoor, May 19: The BJP leaders from Akhnoor failed miserably to represent the people of akhnoor stated Former Member of Parliament Madan Lal Sharma during a public meeting of Block Congress workers at Maira Mandrian, Akhnoor He further added that BJP government in J&K had derailed the growth & development started by the Congress government in all the three region of the state. Sharma said that only Congress Government can bring back development and peace in the state and
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Core Committee of YRS dissolves its State Body
5/19/2019 10:22:49 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Core Committee (CC) of Yuva Rajput Sabha (YRS) today dissolved its State Body as it completed its tenure of 2 years which was fixed at the time of formation of YRS and declared that till the selection of new President, Yuva Rajput Sabha shall continue its functioning under the aegis of Core Committee, the Supreme Body of YRS, with Raghubir Singh as its Chairman. The other members of Core Committee include Pushvinder Singh, Rajinder Singh, Davinder Singh, Ran
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Counting arrangements finalized
5/19/2019 10:21:58 PM
Early Times Report BARAMULLA, May 19: Returning Officer for Baramulla Parliamentary Constituency, Dr G N Itoo today chaired a meeting to finalize the arrangements put in place for counting of votes in connection with the Lok Sabha elections 2019. Meeting was attended by SSP Baramulla, ADCs, AROs, Nodal Officers and other officers/officials associated with the election. On the occasion, a detailed discussion with regard to the necessary arrangements was held during which the RO exhorted for working with added synergy and cooperation so that smooth and transparent counting of votes is ensured. He stressed upon the officers to put in extra efforts so that counting process can be held conv
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DDC Anantnag holds Public outreach programme
5/19/2019 10:21:51 PM
Early Times Report ANANTNAG, May 19: The District Development Commissioner Anantnag, Khalid Jahangir today held Public Outreach Programme at Dooru Sub Division Anantnag to listen the grievances of the public. Grievances pertaining to Power, Water, Road Connectivity, Healthcare, Education, Revenue, Social Welfare, Forest, Agriculture, Horticulture, Rural Development, Flood Control & Irrigation, Sanitation, Essential Commodities and other public grievances were discussed threadbare in the programme. The DDC said that minimum power cuts will be ensured during Sehri and Iftar time, besides asked for judicious use of power by the public. He directed the SE PDD to charge public rationally as
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Plus 2 Lecturers' Forum demands regularisation of Incharge incumbents
5/19/2019 10:21:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: All J&K Plus 2 Lecturers' Forum has demanded regularization of incharge incumbents, during a monthly meeting held at Udhampur. According to press release, deliberating on the issue of incharge culture in the School Education department, the speakers, resented that a large number of officers including Jt directors, Chief Education officers, Principals and Lecturers in the School Education department have been serving in the incharge capacity for varying periods of time. Despite assurances by the successive governments to regularise them, they continue to serve in the incharge capacity. They have submitted their documents for regularisation many a time b
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Pak man held at Tangdar, police register case
5/19/2019 10:21:39 PM
Early Times Report Tanghdar, May 19: Jammu and Kashmir Police has registered a case and taken into custody a Pakistani resident, who was apprehended along Line of Control on Friday evening by the Army. The medical examination of the person is being conducted to find out whether he is mentally unsound. A police official told news agency that they have registered an FIR against the said person for attempt to cross the border line, while as he said that it is investigating whether he has crossed intentionally or unintentionally and that will be disclosed once thorough investigation into matter is conducted. The official said that they have presented the person identified as Shabir Ahmed
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Hit by biker, traffic inspector lands into hospital
5/19/2019 10:21:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: A Duty Traffic Inspector on Sunday got injured after he was hit by a motorcyclist while performing professional duties in Talab Tillo area here. A DTI namely Surjeet Kumar, deployed in Talab Tillo area, this morning suffered a critical head injury after he was hit by a motorcyclist while he was about to stop him for fine in view of violating traffic norms. "The traffic Inspector was immediately rushed to the Government Medical College and Hospital for treatment as he has suffered a serious head injury," police sources said. They said that the biker was not wearing the helmet and was being stopped by the traffic men when he in an attempt to escape, hit
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Girl electrocuted to death
5/19/2019 10:21:28 PM
Early Times Report Sumbal, May 19: A girl died due to electrocution in Marqundal area of Sumbal in Bandipora district on Sunday morning. According to police, Samiya Bano(17) daughter of Abdul Rasheed received an electric shock when she came in contact with a live wire inside her home at Marqundal area of Sumbal. Samiya was immediately taken to nearby hospital where doctors declared her dead on arrival.
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BSF ASI injured at Poonch LoC
5/19/2019 10:21:22 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, May 19: An assistant sub-inspector of the Border Security Force (BSF) was injured on Sunday after India and Pakistan armies exchanged fire last night in KG sector of Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, reports said. The injured ASI was identified as Satyapal Singh. Singh was injured after a shell fired from across the LoC landed on a forward post in Balnoi area of Krishna Ghati sector.
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2 drud peddlers arrested
5/19/2019 10:21:16 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 19 : Police in its recent action against drug dealings in Ganderbal has arrested two drug peddlers at a checkpoint near Sonamarg and seized contraband substance from their possession. Two persons identified as Abdul Haleem Sheikh resident of Bengal Murshad abad at present Dehli and Pervaiz Ahmad Chopan resident of Check Prang Kangan arrested for the drug offences have been taken to Police Station Sonamarg where they remain in custody. Officers at the checkpoint have seized 700 grams of charas from their possession. In this regard, a case FIR No 02/2019 under relevant sections of law has been registered in Police Station Sonamarg and investigation has
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