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No breakthrough in alleged desecration case
6/24/2017 12:06:47 AM
Jammu, June 23: Following no breakthrough in the alleged desecration of a religious place at Trikuta Nagar (extension) here yesterday, people have assailed police, raising a question mark on their efficiency. Resentment has started brewing among locals here over the police failure to get any clue to either the identity or whereabouts of miscreants, who indulged in the act. Some locals, who are regular visitors to the religious place, had yesterday alleged that a religious place has been desecrated at Trikuta Nagar. Agitated over the sacrilegious act, locals, who were later joined by activists of a political group, had yesterday protested and blocked the locality road. SSP, Jammu, Dr Sun
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Nirmal Singh brands cop lynching as 'murder'
6/24/2017 12:06:40 AM
Jammu, June 23: Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Friday branded the cop lynching incident as murder and assured action in the matter. condemn it in the strongest words because it a crime. It’s a murder. The government will take it in that way and the police will take a strong action against them, Singh said. In an apparent reference to the separatists, Singh said that those people who claim that they are for the welfare of the people don’t even utter a word when such incidents take place. This is a cowardice approach on their part. They should come out. These people only talk in favour of pro-Pakistani elements but when the question of our security forces come, these people don’t a
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Thief held, stolen property recovered
6/23/2017 11:43:43 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 23: In continuation to operation 'Meghdhoot' a special drive against burglary and theft cases launched by Jammu Police, the Gandhi Nagar Police today achieved a success by apprehending one burglar alongwith stolen property. "On June 21, one Vijay Kumar son of Dwarka Nath of HNo.327/A Gandhi Nagar lodged a written complaint that on 19/06/2017 some unknown person entered into his store (Godown) and decamped with LEDs and cooper pipe sets," a police spokesman said here today. He said, "On his complaint a case under FIR No. 110/17 was registered at Gandhi Nagar and investigation started." "During the course of investigation several suspects were rounded up a
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Polytechnic academic arrangements' strike enters 17th day
6/23/2017 11:24:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Protest of Academic Arrangements Association of Polytechnic colleges of J&K entered 17th consecutive day in Exhibition ground Jammu whereas peaceful sit in protest of Academic Arrangements of Kashmir Division continued today also. Class work of all Polytechnics remained suspended since last 17 days. Academic Arrangements are demanding regularization policy for them as they are working since last more than 10-15 years without any break. Seeking regularizat
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Randhawa directs early execution of drain work
6/23/2017 11:24:19 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Member Legislative Council (MLC), Choudhary Vikram Randhawa, today directed the officials of the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) for early execution of drain work at Last Morh, Gandhi Nagar. A delegation of locals from Last Morh has met Ch. Vikram Randhawa and requested him for construction of the drain passing through their locality as the Monsoon is all set to knock the doors anytime. MLC gave a patient hearing to the delegation and acting swiftly cal
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NSF holds protest against nepotism in JU recruitments
6/23/2017 11:23:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: The activists of National Secular Forum (NSF) today held a strong demonstration against the Jammu University (JU) authorities for adopting double yard sticks in administrative affairs, especially in recruitment process, to suit the interest of its top notch officials in best possible manner. The protesting students raised high pitch slogans against the Vice Chancellor, Prof Ramji Dass Sharma for adopting formula of nepotism and favoritism while announcing
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Prof Chaman pays tributes to Dr. Shayama Prasad Mukherji
6/23/2017 11:19:19 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Former Union Minister, Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta paid rich tributes to Dr. Shayama Prasad Mukherji on his 64th Balidan Diwas. Prof. Gupta said that religion cannot form basis for any kind of division for political identity and Dr. Mukherji had very clear out look about this State. He supported Praja Parishad agitation sensing the wrong policies being pursued by Jawahar Lal Nehru and parochial actions of his friends in Kashmir dubbing patriotic voices as communal. But their successors owe an explanation that if their lot was not pseudo secular, then who was responsible for mess in Kashmir and minorities from the Valley have been forced out, who were 14 pe
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Kishtwar Police crack whip on WhatsApp groups
Notices issued to Group creators
6/23/2017 11:18:57 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, June 23: Taking strong note of misuse of Social media in spreading rumours, anti national rant and hate messages, Kishtwar police today called a meeting of various WhatsApp group creators and briefed them about the laws related to Social media crime and its misuse and also action against group creators in case groups were found guilty of violating the law. As per the details available with Early Times, SSP Kishtwar Sandeep Kumar Wazir today called meeting of WhatsApp group creators at his office to make them aware about the misuse of these groups. Many group administrators as well as the group creators however did not turn up for the
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Provide better services to people on Eid: Saroori
6/23/2017 11:18:40 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, June 23: In view of ensuing Eid-ul- Fitr, Vice President JKPCC and MLA Inderwal, GM Saroori today directed the officers to ensure that the people do not face any inconvenience on account of ration, security, traffic management, drinking water, power supply, health care services and sanitation during the auspicious days. Saroori said that all the concerned departments should work in close coordination and proper measures should be put in place to ensure availability of essentials including rations, Atta, sugar, Kerosene oil, LPG, meat, poultry etc on reasonable rates in Drabshalla, Thathri, Kahara, Jakyas Bhalessa, Mugalmaidan, Thakrie, Chatroo, Sarthal tehsi
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SSS condemns ceasefire violations on LoC
6/23/2017 11:18:32 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, June 23: Samaj Sewa Society (SSS) held a protest against continue cease fire violations by Pakistan at Line of Control (LoC). Activists of SSS staged protest demonstration and raised anti-Pakistan slogans and torched the effigy of Pakistan for continuous killing of Army men in BAT and Pakistan army's actions. The protestors raised Slogans in favour of Indian army and Bharat Mata ki Jai and called Pakistan a coward country which even in the pious month of Ramzan is killing innocent people along borders and spreading terrorism. They also said that Army Chief must have to make the army men pressure free to act more solidly, they also appreciated the operation of
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Shama Prakash Mukherjee sacrificed his life for unity, integrity of nation: KPC
6/23/2017 11:17:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Kundan Kashmiri, president KPC highlighted the sacrifices of late Shama Prakash Mukeerji for the unity and integrity of the Indian nation, who strongly opposed to Article 370 seeing as a threat to unity of the country and fought against it inside and outside of the parliament. Late Mukherjee termed the arrangements under the article as Balkanization of India and three-nation theory of Sheikh Abdullah and grating state its own flag, constitution and other separate laws was a big blunder of Congress leadership. KPC chief stated that in opposition to this decision, Saheed Mukherjee has rightly said "Ek desh mein do Vidhan, do Pradhan aur Do Nishan nahi
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Day after Pak abush, Indian Army recovers body of Pakistani gunman killed on LoC
6/23/2017 11:17:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu: A day after Pakistan army's Border Action Team (BAT) ambushed and killed two Indian soldiers, the Indian Army on Friday retrieved the body of a Pakistani gunman from the conflict area in Khari Karmara of the Krishna Ghati sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district. The border patrol of the Indian Army had killed two BAT gunmen on Thursday afternoon in the retaliatory fire in the Chakan-da-Bagh area of KG sector along the Line of Control, the de facto border between the two nations. While fleeing the Pakistani gunmen carried one of the two dead bodies of their colleagues, the second one remained in the conflict area, said an intelligence official. It was withi
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Student ventures in making paper bags to support family
6/23/2017 11:17:04 PM
Early Times Report Doda, June 23: A young student, Vishal Sharma a resident of Shaie village presently putting up in Doda town has become an example to be followed as he single handedly supports his family by manufacturing homemade paper bags. Vishal is a student of 12th class who earns his living by first collecting old newspapers from various places and then painstakingly prepares bags using flour glue. He has to support his mother and also take care of his younger brother. After his father went missing around six years ago, Vishal has alone supported his family and also managed marriage of his sister last year. Beside this he is pursuing his study and wants to opt for engineering.
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YASHN distributes food kits to poor on eve of Eid
6/23/2017 11:15:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Youth Association for Service of Humanity and Nation (YASHN) on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr distributed 130 food kits to poor and orphans in Poonch. Function was held at ground Poonch in which many volunteers participated. Deputy Commissioner Tariq Zarger, Senior Superintendent Poonch Rajiv Panday and Brigadier 93 Infantary Brigade AK Pindarker attended the function. Chairperson Imtiaz Salaria said that Eid is an occasion of celebration among all but poor and orphans could not celebrate due to lack of resources. He said that youth association took the initiative to celebrate this Eid with such people. He said that people should generously donate their Zakaa
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Civilian appeals CM, DGP to restore his proprietary rights
6/23/2017 11:13:08 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 23: A resident of Hawal in downtown Srinagar today appealed chief minister Mehbooba Mufti and DGP S P Vaid to provide him justice and ensure that he is not excluded from his proprietary rights. Rameez Raja, a resident of Kralpora-Hawal said that his four brothers are unnecessarily harassing him and they want him to be deprived of his share in the ancestral property. Son of Late Ghulam Mohammad Allaie, Rameez said that he came under attack from his brothers some days back. "My brothers attacked me with a sword and threatened of dire consequences in case I do not leave the house that belongs to my late father. They said that I have no share whatsoever
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Miscreants try to set sentry post on fire in Kashmir
6/23/2017 11:12:57 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 23: A group of miscreants tried to set on fire a guard post in south Kashmir's Pulwama district but were chased away by the cops on duty, police said on Friday. Some of them pelted stones at the police guard posted at Court Complex in Pulwama during the night, a police official said. He said the miscreants then made an attempt to set ablaze the sentry post. The police personnel posted there resorted to aerial firing to chase the miscreants away, the official said, adding there was no loss of life or injury in the incident.
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Mendhar residents demand probe into BDO's office fire
6/23/2017 11:12:47 PM
MS Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, June 23: Expressing concerns over the mysterious fire in Block Development Officer (BDO) Mendhar in which official records too got destroyed, the people of Mendhar have demanded a thorough probe in the fire incident. While talking to early times, some locals including a RTI activist Molana Mohd Iqbal of Jugual while alleging a foul play in this mysterious fire at BDOs Office Complex, said the aforesaid office was already on the radar of vigilance organization. "And thus presumptions are high and thus they say that a sabotage could not be ruled out, they said and added that otherwise there was no reason that a fire could broke out all of a sudden
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Despite 'legislations' administration still fails to put a stop on 'child labour' in city streets
6/23/2017 11:12:36 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur, June 23: Believe it or not there has been a rising trend in child labour in Udhampur district as children are seen working as helpers on shops, auto workshops and at Dhabas (eateries) doing menial jobs but the authorities concerned seemed least bothered. Notwithstanding the tall claims of government about safeguarding the rights of children the exploitation of children in Udhampur town and its adjoining areas continues unabated with hundreds of children toiling hard in hazardous conditions just to earn their livelihood. If recalled here the Child Labour Act of Jammu and Kashmir says 'a total ban on engagement of child labour who are below t
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KPs for foolproof security to Kheer Bhawani, Amarnath pilgrims
6/23/2017 11:12:31 PM
Early Times Report jammu, June 23: Kashmiri Pandits have demanded foolproof security for Mata Kheer Bhawani (Tulmulla) and Amarnath pilgrims. While religious congregation is taking place at the holy Kheer Bhawani shrine on Ashad Ashtami eve on July 1, annual Amarnath yatra is starting from June 29. The KPs have appealed to the coalition government to ensure security of Kheer Bhawani pilgrims on Ashad Ashtami as a large number of people are expected to visit the shrine where a Maha Yagya has also been arranged by an NGO. The appeal for grant of foolproof security to Kheer Bhawani pilgrims has been made by Prem Nath Shastri Sanaskritik Shodh Sansthan, Kashmiri Pandit Conference, Migrant
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DGPC Kathua seeks inclusion of Punjabi language in Academics
6/23/2017 11:12:22 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, June 23: Seeking inclusion of Punjabi language in academics, District Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee Kathua today alleged that the order whereby the government of J&K has made Kashmiri, Dogri and Bodhi languages as compulsory in 9th and 10th standards and Punjabi language has been left over under some deep conspiracy. A press conference was held by President of District Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee Kathua S. Charanjit Singh who showed resentment against order no. 333 EDU of 2017 dt. 19/06/2017 and expressed great concern about the dictatorial behaviour of the coalition government towards Sikh community. It is the Constitutional right of the Sikh Community
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Shiv Nagar residents protest against PDD
6/23/2017 11:12:15 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, June 23: Residents of Shiv Nagar area of Udhampur today staged protest demonstration against Power Development Department (PDD) for its failure to restore power supply in the Devika temple which has been snapped fortnight before due to wind storm and rains in the area. Dozens of residents of Shiv nagar near sacred Devika temple locality assembled here and staged a protest demonstration against the PDD. The protesters said that since last 15 days, they are without electricity and the present hot weather has increased their miseries. The residents said that due to wind storms and rains electric pole in their locality have got damaged and despite informing t
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Jammu traders threaten stir if GST not implemented in state
6/23/2017 11:12:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Taking a dig at political leaders baulking at the implementation of GST in J&K from July 1, Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industries (JCCI) today threatened to go on an agitation, holding the state government 'solely responsible' for it. "Chamber has conveyed to the state government that non-implementation of GST shall mean total collapse of trade and industry and if the needful is not done urgently and immediately, theChamber is ready for an agitation for which the state government shallsolely be responsible", JCCI President Rakesh Gupta told reporters here today. Gupta, who was part of the JCCI delegation that met Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Sin
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Dy CM warns against failing GST implementation deadline in J&K
6/23/2017 11:11:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh has warned against any delay in implementation of GST in J&K and said that such a preposition could lead to financial chaos in the state. Goods and Services Tax (GST) is all set to be implemented across the country on July 1. ''Is GST is not implemented in the state along with rest of the country, it could lead to a financial chaos which would not be in anybody's interest" Dr. Singh said. "This was purely an economic issue but it is an irony that some quarters were playing politics on this topic. 'The Opposition and separatist organisations in the state are playing politics and virtually have created a misconcept
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Hunger strike of contractual lecturers enters 130th day
6/23/2017 11:10:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: On the 130th day of hunger strike, contractual lecturers today took out Shav Yatra of the J&K State govt who is unnecessarily paying deaf ears towards their demands. While protesting the contractual Lecturers raised slogan like Hamari Mange Puri Karo Puri Karo, J&K Govt Haye Haye, Contractual Lecturers Ko Regularise Karo Nahi to Kursi Shod Do etc. While addressing the media person Arun Bakhshi, State President of the Association said that they have been r
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Dogra Front, Shiv Sena protest against non implementation of GST
6/23/2017 11:10:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: The workers of Dogra Front & Shiv Sena under the leadership of President Ashok Gupta took out a protest in Jammu city against the non implementation of GST in the state. GST the biggest tax reform in the history of this country has been passed by all the states and are eagerly waiting for the date on 1st July but on the contrary the state government has not been able to convince the state actors. The party president stated that anybody who says GST should
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NPSU, Young Panthers protest, seek FIR against MLA Ramnagar
6/23/2017 11:09:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: Condemning the alleged locking up of students in the premises of GHSS Basantgarh by the local administration to foil their bid to take out a protest march against the manhandling of one of their teachers by body-guards of MLA Ramnagar, RS Pathania, the National Panthers Students Union (NPSU) and Young Panthers staged a massive demonstration at Exhibition Ground Jammu today and torched the effigy of the MLA. Amid slogans against MLA Ramnagar, the protestors
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Sant Nirankari Missionaries donates 103 units of blood
6/23/2017 11:09:45 PM
Early Times Report Ramban, June 23: As much as 103 units of blood was donated by as many missionaries/followers including ten women of Sant Nirankari Mission(SNM) in a camp organised at Patnitop today in collaboration with the Department of Blood Transfusion/Blood Bank, Government Medical College, Jammu. The Blood Donation camp was inaugurated by the MLA, Ramban, Neelam Langeh in presence of Niranjan Singh, retired Commissioner, Punjab, Tehsildar, Batote, Srinath Suman, Zonal Incharge, Zona
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CLUJ 'ignores' digital India concept, no online fee facility
Students stand in queues for hours
6/23/2017 11:05:50 PM
Mahadev Thakur Early Times Report JAMMU, June 23: In today's modern world where payments can be made online from anywhere, students seeking admissions in the bachelor courses in colleges under Cluster University, Jammu, still have to queue up for hours to pay their fees. These queues earlier used to be seen at the J&K Bank counter in University of Jammu twice an year when students deposit fee for rechecking, re-evaluation, reappear or getting duplicate marks card, but as far as admissions are concerned, students have to pay fee to the college only, rather than depositing it in the bank even after filing the forms online. The long queues at Cluster University are seen because, to accep
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Foreign tourists stay away from simmering Kashmir
6/23/2017 11:05:42 PM
Agencies New Delhi, June 23: The unrest in Jammu and Kashmir continues to take a toll on the state's tourism industry with foreign visitors giving it a miss for another year. In 2016, only 63,207 foreign tourists visited the state as compared to 86,477 in 2014. The state has been under the grip of violent protests since July last year following the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani. The state was ranked 23rd in the list of India's top 36 tourist destinations this year. According to data compiled by the Market Research Division of the Ministry of Tourism on domestic and foreign tourist visits to states and Union territories (UTs), Tamil Nadu retained its position as the top desti
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Jammu, Srinagar finally made it to 'Smart Cities' list
6/23/2017 11:05:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: The twin capitals of Jammu and Kashmir have made it to the smart cities' list. The announcement was made as the government decided the stage-II (round three) of the smart city competition today. The Union Minister of Housing and Urban Development Venkaiah Nadu announced the inclusion of Jammu and Srinagar in the smart city list at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi today. Naidu said that 45 cities contested for 40 available smart city slots but only 30 were selected to ensure feasible and workable plans that match the aspirations of the citizens. While both the capitals of Jammu & Kashmir, Jammu and Srinagar, made it to the list, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi'
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SSP inaugurates Yoga Center
6/23/2017 10:22:49 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 23: Choudhary gym inaugurated power Yoga center in their gym at moti bazar jammu on the eve of international yoga day, Ssp shakti pathak was the chief guest on this occasion. Sunny Choudhary in his welcome address spoke on the importance of Power Yoga in overall fitness of body and mind.He said Power Yoga is a new technique in fitness training and it enhances Person's stamina power and endurance. S.S.P Shakti Pathak congratulated Choudhary gym for taking such
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Mountaineer Sandeep Jamwal felicitated
6/23/2017 10:22:29 PM
Jammu, June 23: In a specially organized ceremony Kr Sandeep Singh Jamwal s/o Balbir Singh Jamwal- from Talab Tillo Jammu was felicitated for bringing laurels to Jammu & Kashmir particularly to his Dogra soil by scaling Mount Everest on this May 27 at 7.30 AM. Son the soil, Sandeep Singh Jamwal is one of those proud Dogra's who take the challenge and accomplish it, Sandeep Singh Jamwal dreamt and accomplished it at the very young age (29 years) in first attempt. Among prominent present in this
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SOS India celebrates its Foundation Day
6/23/2017 10:22:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 23: SOS Children's Villages of India celebrated its Founder Father Dr. Hermann Gmeiner's birthday today with much fanfare. SOS Children's Villages, an international NGO, has been engaged for the last 68 years in providing secure and a loving home to children without parental care and children at the risk of abandonment across the world. It was the brainchild of Dr. Hermann Gmeiner, an Austrian, who pioneered the concept of bringing up abandoned and parentles
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