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Education Deptt compromises quality of Mid Day Meals
No agency engaged to ensure nutritive value
5/24/2017 12:15:16 AM
Arun Singh Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: In sheer violation of the guidelines, the Education Department has allegedly failed to engage recognized agencies to ensure wholesomeness of meal being provided to the children studying in government schools under Mid Day Meal Scheme compromising the health of children. Sources told Early Times that to ensure the quality, safety and hygiene of food provided under Mid Day Meal Scheme, the Education Department had to engage recognized laboratories and other agencies but it took the guidelines for granted and nothing was done in this regard and deliberately put the health of children in risk. "The scheme guidelines of 2013 provide that in order
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CCE organizes farewell party
5/24/2017 12:06:19 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 23: The students of 2nd Semester of Chenab College of Education, B.Ed. College gave a warm send off to the students of 4th semester. The farewell party was celebrated in College premises. R.S. Chib was the resource person on the occasion. The program started with lightening of lamp by the Chief Guest. Thereafter there was a spate of dance, music, games and laughter as the host impressed with showcasing of their vast repository skill. Some of the outgoing students did modeling on the stage and on the basis of different rounds they were given titles. Meenakshi Devi won the crown and became Miss Chenab Meenu and Neha were 1st and 2nd runner up respectively.
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VC Advisory Board for OBCs listen to people's problem
5/24/2017 12:06:00 AM
Early Times Report Samba, May 23: Vice-Chairman of Jammu & Kashmir State Advisory Board for Welfare and Development of Other Backward Classes (OBCs), Rashpaul Verma today listened to the problems of the people of village Sujana in meeting held here. During meeting, people of village Sujana raised their demand of construction of protection work and filling of ground near Ditch Barmi Wala Baba and road from village Rajpura to Sujana under MGNREGA. Vice Chairman OBC Rashpaul Verma assured the p
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Nat Manch stages Dogri Play "Ekta"
5/24/2017 12:04:36 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: Nat Manch today staged Tarun Sharma's Dogri Play "Ekta" as the part of its ongoing Tuesday series at Maa Vaishno Devi Mandir, Shakti Nagar. Nat Manch completed 268 shows as the part of its ongoing Tuesday Series. The Chief Guest of the play was Mahatma Tilak ji. The story of the play was based on a man named Raj, who lived separated from his family once while watching TV suddenly stops at a report of tragedy occurred in Jammu & Kashmir. Worried, Raj decides to make a call, but found communication is down due to circumstances. In the end Raj said that union is strength. The story was designed, written and solo performance by Tarun Sharma President and
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ITI trainees visit Ranjit Sagar Dam
5/24/2017 12:04:28 AM
Early Times Report BASOHLI, May 23: Trainees of Electrician Trade of Govt. ITI Basohli on 19th May 2017 paid an industrial visit to Ranjit Sagar Dam Hydroelectric Project at Thein for getting the 1st hand practical experience. The trainees visited the different sections of Power House along with their Instructors Shiv Dev Singh & Shilpa Sharma. The Engineers of the Ranjt Sagar Dam briefed them about the working of different units and process of production of electricity. The trainees of ITI Basohli expressed satisfaction about the visit at the Project and expressed their desire to visit at other related Projects/Industries also so that they get encouraged to work in private industries
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Dy CM reviews progress of projects, asks to expedite developmental works in Kupwara
5/24/2017 12:04:10 AM
Early Times Report srinagar, May 23: While chairing review meeting to discuss the status of various developmental initiatives in the border district of Kupwara here today, the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh directed the officers for ensuring that the pace of developmental works being undertaken in the state are expedited with strict adherence to the stipulated timelines for their completion. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Singh also asked for exploring the possibility of providing the basic amenities to the people living in rural and remote areas at their doorsteps. MLA Kupwara, Bashir Mir, Commissioner Secretaries Housing and Urban Development and PDD, Deputy Commissioner, Kupwara
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RMA holds debate cum naat programme
5/24/2017 12:04:00 AM
Early Times Report doda, May 23: To aware students and awarey them about the parent's right, a debate cum naat competition programme was held at Wanipura which was organized by Rafiq Memorial Academy Wanipura in Zone Gundna of Doda District. Prinicipal GHSS Gundna Janak Raj was the Chief Guest on the occasion while Principal RMA Wanipura Tanveer Ahmed Malik presided over the programme. In the debate and naat competition, score of students from different educational institutions of Zone Gundna participated. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Rafiq Memorial Academy said that the programme was organized with the aim to make the students aware about the parental duties. For debate cum
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Vinod disassociates from JKTF
5/24/2017 12:03:50 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: JKTF district Rajouri General Secretary Vinod Kumar has denied the news item published in ET on its May 21 edition. In a press note issued here he said that he has no concern with the above said organization.
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CII hands over 508 toilets to residents of Bandipora
5/24/2017 12:00:29 AM
Early Times Report Bandipora , May 23: In a one of its kind unique social initiative, CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) handed over 508 toilets to the flood effected residents of Bandipora District. The community based project of health and hygiene fully funded by CII (Godrej & DCM Shriram) was initiated last year and covered 13 villages, where the team of CII and its NGO partner "Doctors for You" constructed 508 toilets and provided various health services to the community of the re
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JDA alleges non-cooperation by Bari Brahmana PS SHO, SDPO in land demarcation
HC directs IGP to hold probe, provide police cover
5/23/2017 11:46:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: In PIL alleging encroachment of state land by the powerful mafia in league with politicians, revenue officials and police officers, a high court division bench of Justice Alok Aradhe and Justice Janak Raj Kotwal today directed IGP, Jammu, to provide police assistance on permanent basis to JDA and revenue department to carry out the demarcation of more than 66,436 kanals of state land in Jammu and Samba districts. The bench also directed to provide police cover to the two departments till the demarcation was completed. After hearing the two sides, the bench also directed IGP to hold an enquiry with regard to the incidents reflected in paras 7 to 9 of JDA
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Forces ready to tackle infiltration bids: IGP
90 militants active in north Kashmir
5/23/2017 11:46:42 PM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report BARAMULLA, May 23: About 90 militants are active in north Kashmir, according to the police. These militants, who include some foreigners, are active in Bandipora, Baramulla and Kupwara districts, said Kashmir's Inspector General of Police Munir Khan. He said said the security forces were ready to face the challenge of infiltration from across the Line of Control (LoC). "We have reports that there are attempts of infiltration, but we have no reports that there is enhanced infiltration," Khan told reporters on the sidelines of a function at Tarzoo here. He said the Baramulla sector had always been a traditional route for infiltration, "but I am hap
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Clashes erupt between students, security forces in south Kashmir
5/23/2017 11:46:29 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 23: Security forces today burst teargas shells in south Kashmir district of Pulwama to disperse students, who were demanding release of their peers arrested last night. Scores of students from Government Higher Secondary School (HSS) in Pulwama, boycotted their classes, and took to the streets, demanding that their peers, who were arrested during a raid last night, be released immediately. However, as the protesting students blocked the main road in Pulwama town, security forces burst teargas shells to disperse the protesting students, who resorted to stone pelting. A motorcycle of a policeman was also torched during the clashes by miscreants. Meanwhil
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Students of JK Public School visits botanical garden
5/23/2017 11:31:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: JK Public School, Kunjwani today organized an educational visit to botanical garden. According to press release, the purpose of visit was to impart knowledge about plants by practically seeing each of the species. Students of Class II were taken for the visit during which they showed interest for knowing about different plants, their botanical names and family. Students also learned about identity of plants.
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Pawan appointed BCCI trainer
5/23/2017 11:30:07 PM
JAMMU, May 23: Poonch boy, Pawan Kumar has been appointed trainer at National Cricket Academy (NCA) by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Serving with Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS), Pawan shall be training (strength and conditioning) the under-16 boys of South Zone in a special camp being held at Vishakapatnam. Pawan is the only qualified strength and conditioning coach in Jammu and Kashmir. It was for the third consecutive year that Pawan has been given the assignment by BCCI NCA. He has also been accompanying JKCA Ranji Trophy team as Fitness Trainer.
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JMC, Traffice Police Deptts launch joint anti encroachment drive
5/23/2017 11:14:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23 : On the instructions of Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation, M Raju, joint anti-encroachment drive was conducted by JMC, Traffic and Executive Police under the supervision of Joint Commissioner (A), RS Jamwal, SSP Traffic Nisha Natayal, SP Traffic Rohit, Asstt Commissioner (Rev.), Vinakshi Koul. The drive was conducted to follow the High Court directions regarding encroachment of footpaths by shopkeepers causing obstructions to pedestrians and stre
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Zulfkar discusses Pir Panjal road project with Union Minister Nitin Gadkari
5/23/2017 11:09:28 PM
Early Times Report New Delhi, May 23: Minister for Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs & Department of Information and Public Relations, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today called upon Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari at New Delhi and discussed various road projects including four-lanning of Jammu - Poonch highway and Budhal-Shopian road. He also presented memorandum of demands to Union Minister and apprised him with various prestigious road projects in Pir Panjal area of Rajouri and Poonch. During the meeting He apprised Gadkari that Union Government in July 2015 approved construction of eight new national highways, including Jammu-Akhnoor-Nowshera-Rajo
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Road shared by two cabinet ministers and one MLA converted into pot holes
5/23/2017 11:07:04 PM
Shiv Kumar Padha Early Times Report Basohli, May 23: The 30 kilometer Mahanpur Basohli link which connects Bani Billawer, Bhaderwah and whole Udhampur district is in dilapidated condition for the last three years. It seems as if the road, which is the life line for the whole hilly terrain beyond Basohli, Bani and Bhaderwah, is neglected and excluded from the link roads of Basohli Bani and Bhaderwah area. The link is unnecessarily made long in order to benefit the erstwhile contractors a
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'Self-centred' VC pushing agenda for his personal benefit, alleges NSF
5/23/2017 11:06:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: The National Secular Forum (NSF) while opening front against the proposed enhance retirement age of University Professors, urged the Governor (Chancellor of the University) to immediately intervene and reject the demand as raised by the JU Vice Chancellor and his coterie who slated to superannuate within a span of few months. Addressing a press conference, NSF state president Dr Vikas Sharma expressed that Kashmir was facing worst type of unrest but, the per
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Police fail to trace stolen AK rifle
5/23/2017 11:06:18 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 23: Even after three weeks of the theft of an AK rifle from a cop's rented room here, police are still clueless to its whereabouts and the identity of those who stole it. "Whether it is a militancy related incident or a case of personnel rivalry is a matter of investigation but our priority is to first trace the missing gun" said SSP Yougal Manhas. A SIT, headed by DSP, HQ, Jaswant Singh was constituted to investigate the matter and recover the AK rifle along with a loaded magazine, but it was still without any clue, police sources said. The SSP, however, said SIT had got some clues, which indicated that the incident was not related to militancy. The recov
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Crore embezzled in Sathra CD block through alleged politico-official nexus
5/23/2017 11:06:09 PM
Early Times Report Poonch May 23: Locals have alleged embezzlements of crores of rupees sanctioned for various developmental schemes Sathra CD block of Poonch district due to alleged politico-official nexus active in the block and sought probe in this regard. According to the sources, the Block Development Officer (BDO), JEs, Panchayat Secretaries, GRSs and local politicians are allegedly having hands in glove and allegedly have embezzled huge funds meant for various developmental schemes in the said block. Sources further informed Early Times that the performance of the developmental works in all panchayats of Sathra is totally adverse and different from the ground realities. They
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89 AAOs, 145 Accountants promoted
5/23/2017 11:05:59 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 23: The Departmental Promotion Committee of Accounts & Treasuries Organization today cleared promotion cases of 89 Assistant Accountant Officers and 145 Accountants. The decision was taken by the DPC headed by Director General Accounts & Treasuries, Finance Department.
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Power shutdown
5/23/2017 11:05:40 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 23: In order to execute development works by M/S IRCON International Ltd, the power supply to Mubarak Mandi, Panjteerthi, LIC and adjoining areas fed from D-1 and D-2 LT network feeder shall remain affected from May 23 to May 31 from 8 am to 2 pm
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2 held with heroin
5/23/2017 11:05:26 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 23: Police claim to have arrested two persons from Vijaypur area of Samba along with 30 gms of heroin. The accused were identified as Sahil Sharma, son of Bhumesh Chander of Bhatyari, Bishnah, and Raj Kumar, son of Jagdish Raj of Shivaji Chowk, Nanak Nagar. Police sources said they were arrested with 30 gms of heroin on a tip-off by thana police and cops of district special branch, Vijaypur. A case under section 8/21/22 of NDPS Act was registered against them at Vijaypur police station.
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State Government is hood winking the clerical cadre by giving false assurances
5/23/2017 11:05:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu/Kashmir/Leh ,May 23: The clerical cadre (from Lakhanpur to Leh )under the call given by Jammu Kashmir & Ladakh All Departments Clerical Staff Association observed complete pen down /kaam chhore hartal on 2nd day of two days, across the State. In all the districts headquarter of Jammu Province the clerical cadre from different departments gathered and hold protests/ demonstrations in protest against the non-implementation of agreement and Pay Anomaly Committee Report constituted vide order No.67-GAD of 2012 dated. 16.01.2012 regarding removal of pay anomalies of clerical cadre of 5th Pay Commission. They added the State Government has compelled the clerical
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Poor roads & drainage system in Doda, people suffer
5/23/2017 11:05:02 PM
Early Times Report Doda, May 23: A town city of Akramabad Doda has absence of proper drainage system , potholed lane , night soil is flushed into roadside drains , dust and natural water go waste overflowing from the drains and gets collected in potholes of roads causing nuisance and unhygienic conditions , road is low laying areas as drainage system is poor from Police line gate to Check post Akrambad which is totally damaged. It is causing great inconvenience to students , common people , commuters and make it difficult to drive even to walk on it especially school children has made the life of Akramabad town miserable. The roads connects several villages up to Kastigarh tehsil , Sar
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MVD imposes fine of Rs. 25500 on traffic rules violators
5/23/2017 11:04:52 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 23: The Motor Vehicle Department Rajouri under the suprrvision of ARTO Jugal Sharma and Inspector Ranjeev Bhasin imposed and collected fine of Rs 25500 from those involved in gross violation of the traffic rules. The checking party of MVD adopted stern approach in which 21 vehicles ,three wheeler 2 Tractor and 1 JCP were seized by the Department. As per press release, for the last few weeks , the Department was receiving the complaints from the locals over the violation of the traffic norms by the vehicle owners which resulted into major accidents in some cases where in one person died when a rash driven car fell in a river. While intera
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Malik to hold charge of Administrative Secretary Information Deptt
5/23/2017 11:04:42 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, MAY 23: Mohammad Hussain Malik, KAS, Secretary to the Chief Minister has been given the charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Department. "In the interest of administration, Mohammad Hussain Malik, Secretary to the Chief Minister, holding the additional charge of the Administrative Secretary, Horticulture Department, shall also hold the charge of Administrative Secretary, Information Department," said an order issued by the General Administration Department (GAD) here today. Pertinently, the charge of the Administrative Secretary Information Department was with the Chief Secretary, B B Vyas.
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J&K Olympic Association levels allegation against sports authorities
5/23/2017 11:04:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: Jammu and Kashmir Olympic Association today alleged that Crores and crores of rupees sent by the central government for- "Panchayat Yuva Khel Abhiyan - 2013-14", "Rajiv Gandhi Khel Abhiyan- 2014-15" to youth services and sports department for development of sports and to create infrastructure at District and Tehsil level and thereafter for Khelo India in 2016-17 by the present government to J&K State Sports Council has been ruthlessly wasted and plundered by both youth services and sports department and J85K State Sports Council officials. Association further alleged that the very purpose for which huge funds were sent by the central government under
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Poonch facing unprecedented power crisis: Jan
5/23/2017 11:03:40 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, May 23: A citizens’ meeting of Poonch town was today held by National Conference in which people drawn from all walks of life participated. Youth National Conference Provincial President Ajaz Jan chaired this meeting. Citizens and NC workers while addressing on this occasion, raised issues of public concern and levelled serious concern on some issues which are putting common masses into trouble. Poor supply of Kerosene oil on oil depots, prevailing power crisis, sh
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Rana rolls out 'Model Gursai' project
Water supply scheme worth 4.5 cr sanctioned
5/23/2017 11:03:19 PM
Early Times Report Mendhar, May 23: Member Legislative Assembly Mendhar, Javed Rana today rolled out his plan for a 'Model Gursai Block' and announced that a water supply scheme to the tune of 4.5 crore rupees has been sanctioned for meeting water scarcity and also asked administration to follow footprints of District Development Commissioner Rajouri to ensure a vibrant functioning of government offices which is vital for development of any society. Rana was on a day long tour to Gursai ar
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AOL organised Youth Special Happiness Program concludes
5/23/2017 11:02:26 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: The four day long Youth Special Happiness Programme of Art Of Living (AOL) J&K Chapter concluded at Gyan Mandir Trikuta Nagar Jammu with Avinash Tiku, International teacher of Art of Living, welcoming 42 energetic and sparkling faces to the art of living family. The participants went home with full of zeal, committing to take forward the knowledge sutras in their lives and spread the nobel message of beloved Gurudev of a happy, stress free, and violence fre
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NO suspended for unauthorizedly absent from duty
5/23/2017 11:01:40 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 23: For dereliction of duty, Medical Superintendent, district hospital has placed under suspension a Nursing Orderly (NO) for remaining on unauthorized absent from night duty. Mohammed Haneef, NO should have been on night duty in causality ward as per roaster on May 21, but he was unauthorisedly absent from duty which created an inconvenience in the smooth functioning of emergency services in the hospital ward, informed Causality Medical Officer to the Medical Superintendent. On the report of Casuality MO, Medical Superintendent Dr. Mehmood Bajar has placed the NO under suspension and directed him to report to the Nursing Supervisor.
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'Human shield' case: FIR against Army Major not quashed, says IGP Kashmir
5/23/2017 11:01:24 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 23 A day after Army announced that the Major, who tied a Kashmiri youth to his jeep as a 'human shield' to evade stone pelting during bypolls to Srinagar Lok Sabah seat last month, was awarded a commendation, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Muneer Khan said that the investigation will continue in the incident as the FIR has not been quashed. "The investigation will carry on…the FIR has not been quashed (against the army major). Whatever will be the result of the investigation will be shared," he told reporters during his visit to north Kashmir. "FIR means beginning of investigation. So once the FIR is launched, the investigation beginning, and a
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Indian Cultural Forum organises Choupaal at Machhedi
5/23/2017 11:01:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: Indian Cultural Forum today organised a "Choupaal" a programme of poetry and music under heritage series in rural vicinities of the state for the upliftment of music, literature, theatre, art and cultural heritage. This time two Choupaals were organized at village Machhedi. Dr. Dushyant Kumar presided over the Choupaals, whereas Kuldeep Kumar Gupta was chief guest. Susheel Begana a reputed Dogri and Hindi Poet recited his Gazals and Nazms. Suraj Rattan Bakshi a fine Punjabi Poet recited his Punjabi Poetry and Ashok Amber a gifted poet recited his poetry in Dogri and Urdu. Sham Sajan also read out his Urdu Poetry besides his musical items.
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Sharma grieved over girl's death
5/23/2017 11:01:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu May 23: Former MLC and JKPCC chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma has expressed deep shock over the death of a minor girl due to snake bite in a border migrant camp at Nanial, Nowshera.In a condolence message Sharma conveyed heartfelt condolences to the family and prayed for peace to the departed soul. Sharma expressed great concern over the incident and asked the administration to provide adequate compensation to family besides upgrading facilities in the migrant camps.
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Randhawa chairs meet of SICOP
5/23/2017 11:00:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: Newly elected Member of Legislative Council, Ch. Vikram Randhawa, today chaired a meeting of the officials of the SICOP at Gangyal. Ch. Vikram Randhawa today chaired a meeting with the Rajan Sharma, Project Manager SICOP Gangyal and his team in which various issues pertaining to the small scale industries were discussed. Ranjan Sharma apprised the MLC that SICOP has a total land of 988 kanals at Gangyal over which 336 units are functional since 1972. He also apprised that nearly sixty six industrial units are sick due to various reasons. Ranjan while deliberating urged the MLC to take up the matter of poor electricity infrastructure following which
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Pathania expresses solidarity with protesting FMPHWs
5/23/2017 11:00:22 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 23: Ranbir Singh Pathania MLA Ramnagar expressed solidarity with and pledged full support to protesting FMPHWs at Udhampur, who are demanding release of their eleven months pending salary. Pertinently FMPHWs in Udhampur are on the warpath with the government for last several days under the banner of All J&K Medical Employees Federation. While addressing the protesting FMPHWs in the premises of Chief Medical Officer Udhampur, Pathania said that 'Right to Wa
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Jammu Motors launches New Dzire
5/23/2017 11:00:07 PM
Early Times Report Vijaypur May 23: To unveil the all new Dzire, patrons prospective buyers, prominent bunkers and the staff congregated at Jammu Motors pvt. Ltd. Branch Vijaypur Near Supwal here today. Built afresh on the fifth generation platform, the all- new Dzire takes the brand to a whole new level, Designed for the young Indian Customers. With low and wide stance, rich side body sculpiting and wrap around sleek aero design, New Dzire is An Authentic sedan. Excellent Body to Glass
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Harsh alleges loot & plunder in PMGSY Div Ramnagar
5/23/2017 10:59:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 23: With majority of the roads constructed in Ramnagar constituency in the past under PMGSY in a dilapidated condition and desperately crying for repairs, the Transport Unions have declined to ply their vehicles. This was stated by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP, who is an ex MLA Ramnagar . He lamented that despite incurring huge expenditure running in hundreds of crores on the said roads they were rendered unfit for traffic . He said that despite huge mainten
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LG celebrates 20th anniversary in India
5/23/2017 10:59:19 PM
Early Times Report Jammu May 23: On occasion of LG Electronics India's 20th anniversary, we extends our commitment to the environment by launching a massive plantation drive in 42 cities in association with various NGO'S, Organizations, Government Associations , Schools & Colleges. All the employees along with the LG Officials and LG Customers planted 20,000+ trees across multiple cities and took the pledge to protect the environment and make eco-friendly choices to contribute to a greener
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GM Dulhasti Power Station inaugurates Skill Development Training Centre
5/23/2017 10:59:02 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, May 23: NHPC has signed MOU with National Skill Development Corporation for providing employment oriented training to local youth in different locations of NHPC. Orion Edutech Pvt. Ltd. has been assigned to impart skill development training in Kishtwar area. PK Langer, General Manager, Dulhasti Power Station inaugurated the training centre at Kishtwar, being setup by the training partner. While inaugurating and addressing the participants and gathering he empha
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