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Missing J&K girl found in Punjab
7/21/2019 12:12:35 AM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, July 20: A 15-year-old girl who went missing from Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir was found in Punjab on Saturday, police said. The girl went missing on Friday and her father had lodged a police complaint, following which an investigation was launched, senior superintendent of police, Udhampur, Rajiv Pandey, said. "Police immediately swung into action and started the search for the girl by utilising human and technical intelligence," he said. "During the course of investigation, police came to know that the girl is in Beas area of Punjab. A police team was dispatched overnight and the girl was recovered," he added. The girl was brought back to Udha
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DLSA Thatri organizes awareness programme
7/21/2019 12:09:34 AM
Early Times Report Bhaderwah, July 20: District Legal Services Authority Thatri today organized an awareness event here at court complex Thatri to mark World International Justice Day . The programme was organized under the chairmanship of Ch. Gh. Murtaza Chairman TLSC Thatri . The retainer lawyers HN Thakur Adocate, PLVS, staff members of TLSC and Munisff court Thatri and large number of people including litigants participated in the said programme. The aim of the day is to promote International Criminal Justice and as a way of supporting the work of the International Criminal Court. The aim of this day is to unite everyone who wants to support justice as well as promote victims' r
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Major fire tragedy averted
7/21/2019 12:09:24 AM
Early Times Report kishtwar, July 20: A major fire tragedy was today evening averted after a leak gas cylinder caught fire in densely populated Gudhali Chowk area of Kishtwar town at around 9 PM. As per the details available with Early Times, fire broke out in the house of Chaman Lal S/O Late Jia Lal Sharma R/O near gudhali chowk Kishtwar. After hearing Fire tender and police department police immediately reach the spot and control the fire. The locals also rush to the spot and help in rescue operation and prevented the fire from spreading to adjoining houses.
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Power shut down
7/20/2019 11:29:59 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: In order to carry out various upgradation and repair works, the power supply to Chanderkot, Baglihar, Ramsoo and Banihal area fed from 220/132/33 KV Grid Station Ramban shall remain affected on July 21 from 10 am to 12.30 pm. Similarly, the power supply to Salehar and its adjoining areas fed from 33/11 KV Receiving Station Salehar emanating from 132/33 KV Grid Station Lalyana shall remain affected on July 22 from 08 am to 04 pm. Likewise, the power supply to Sheetli, part of Sidhra, Bamyal, MES Nagrota, PHE Sheetli and adjoining areas fed from 33/11 KV Sheetli Receiving Station shall remain affected on July 23 from 08 am to 04 pm. Meanwhile, the power
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Over dozen families without adequate water-supply since fortnight
Despite rains, water woes continue for Narwal Pain' residents
7/20/2019 11:29:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Though rains in the last few days provided some relief from the sweltering sun but there is no respite for over a dozen families of Narwal Pain-Satwari, who have been without water-supply for the last over fortnight. Despite repeated appeals to the authorities and phone calls to the concerned Junior Assistant Engineer, there is no let-up in the water woes of the residents. Residents of Narwal-Paine Ward no. 2, Satwari Tony, Sonu, Sahil, Mohammad Latief, R
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TDF demands delimitation of assembly seats
7/20/2019 11:27:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Thathri Development Front (TDF) has demanded constitution of delimitation Commission and rotation of reserved assembly constituencies before assembly election. According to press release, Kuldeep Kumar Rao said that the people of Jammu province have never got what was their genuine due share in the socio-economic and political processes during all these more than 70 years of the state's accession to India. "It is Jammu based leadership that is responsi
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Three day training programme concludes
7/20/2019 11:27:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: A three days' training programme on city disaster management plan was organized by J&K IMPARD, Jammu under the course coordinator ship of Manju Kapoor Assistant Professor, J&K IMPARD, Jammu. The programme started on 17th July, 2019 and concluded on 19th July, 2019. At the valediction of the training programme Prof. Reva Sharma, Director Trainings, IMPARD, Jammu laid stress on need for Disaster Management and updating knowledge skill and attitude for rescue
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Naveen Chowdhary inspects Cable Car Project at Patnitop 
7/20/2019 11:26:47 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: Principal Secretary, Industries, Commerce and Tourism Department, Naveen K. Choudhary, today inspected Cable Car Project at Patnitop to be inaugurated soon by Governor, Satya Pal Malik. Appreciating the State of Art Cable Car Project built with latest technology by the ESPPL through POMA (France), Choudhary said that the Project will not only attract the tourists but also increase the economy of the area tremendously. He stressed the need of creating more accommodations for the tourists in the area. He directed the Director Tourism Jammu, Deepka K. Sharma to work out on starting of at least two dedicated buses to Patnitop, one each from Jammu and Katra
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3 of family among 4 killed as SUV falls into Gorge in Ramban, 2 Critically Injured
7/20/2019 11:26:39 PM
Early Times Report BANIHAL/JAMMU, July 20: Four persons including three members of a family were killed and two others critically injured on Saturday after their SUV skidded off the road and plunged into a 500-ft-deep gorge in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. The accident occurred near Binjoni area of Senabati when the SUV occupants were returning from Sharvadhar Yatra (Pogal Paristan), a police official said. While Surjeet Singh (50) and his wife Koshalia Devi died on the spot, their daughter Neelam Devi (20) and another person succumbed to injuries in a hospital, he said. The condition of two others is stated to be critical and they are undergoing treatment at the
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MPEJ castigates PDP leader
7/20/2019 11:26:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: The members of Movement for Peace, Equality and Justice (MPEJ) have taken strong exception to the statements of Mr. Tak and said that the statements issued by Firdous Tak, a former MLC & a prominent PDP leader in District Kishtwar. They alleged that his remarks were totally communal and is aimed to divide the society on communal lines so as to enhance the agenda of PDP in the entire Chenab valley. The members of the movement reminded Firdous Tak that in village Afani of Sub-Division Paddar, two Village defense committees have been formed, which comprise of only and only Muslim community Members. Terming the statement of Tak as totally misguiding a
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ABVP activists stage protest outside DC Office
7/20/2019 11:26:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Activists of Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) today staged a protest demonstration outside DC Office, demanding increase in number of seats of medical and commerce streams in newly opened colleges of Jammu. The students had a confrontation with the police personnel, who tried to stop them from marching towards DC Office. Their demands include, introduce commerce in MAM college, Marh, Mishriwala, shift GDC Kunjwani from MAM college to GHSS Chan
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JYBT organizes "Shrimad Bhagwat Katha"
7/20/2019 11:25:47 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: Jammu Yatri Bhawan Trust (JYBT), Jammu/Haridwar in collaboration with "Narayan Seva Sansthan Udaipur (Rajasthan)", a reputed social/spiritual organization has organized a week long "Shrimad Bhagwat Katha" a spiritual programme on the auspicious occasion of holy Shravan maas from July 18 to 24 at Om Palace, near AG Office, Jai Hind Chowk, Shakti Nagar. During the week long period from 18th July to 24th July, 2019 Bhagwat Katha shall commence on daily basis
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3 Gamblers apprehended
7/20/2019 11:24:59 PM
Early Times Report Reasi, July 20: In a raid conducted as part of a stepped up vigil against gambling, Reasi Police arrested 3 gamblers and reovered playing cards. On a specific information Katra Police raided at Banganga near Geeta Mandir and apprehended Gamblers namely Surinder Kumar son of Ramji Dass resident of Rani Bagh Delhi at present Dabha Morh Banganga, Krishan Lal son of Vijay Ram resdient of Salal District Reasi and Mushtaq Mohd son of Nazir Mohd resident of Dansal Tehsil and District Jammu and recovered playing cards with stake money of cash Rs. 9900/- from the possession of above said Gamblers. A complaint under 13 Gambling Act booked in Police Station Katra. The recov
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NAS holds Mushaira
7/20/2019 11:24:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Nagrad Adbi Sangam Jammu conducted a mehfil-e-mushaira and a mehfil-e-afsana at Bernai Bantalab in which a large number of poets and storey writers participated and recited their poems and short stories.The programme was presided over by A.K.Naz and proceedings were carried on by Vijay Sagar.
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Public Grievances being redressed in time bound manner: Advisor Sharma
7/20/2019 11:24:46 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 20: Advisor to Governor, Kewal Kumar Sharma today said that the government has ensured that the grievances projected by different sections of society are redressed in a time bound manner and requisite directions have also been passed to the different departments for ensuring that the pace of various flagship schemes is fast paced and people get benefited by these. The Advisor was interacting with scores of deputations who called on him from different areas of the Kashmir division during his public interaction at Governor's Grievance cell at church lane, here today. Senior Officers of different departments including Chief Engineers, SEs of R&B, PHE, I&FC,
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Demarcation with complete report to be completed within one week: DC Srinagar
7/20/2019 10:59:40 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 20: The Srinagar administration has begun the process of peripheral demarcation of Hokersar wetland area falling within the jurisdiction of the Srinagar district. This comes after demarcation of the Khushalsar lake and mapping of its encroachments which were completed after increased efforts during recent months. Committee comprising eight members from different departments formed to undertake the peripheral demarcation of the wetland area will start the process next week. The process will be completed within one week. This was informed in a meeting held Saturday under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary. Th
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DC constitutes committee to verify registered, to be registered cases of ISSS, NSAP schemes
7/20/2019 10:59:16 PM
DODA, July 20: In order to ensure that the genuine beneficiaries are registered/to be registered under the ISSS/NSAP schemes, Deputy Commissioner, Dr Sagar D Doifode, today constituted a committee. The committee members included elected representatives of PRIs and MC's and Village level worker. The TSW officer's are directed to provide the list of beneficiaries which shall be read out in the panchayats/MC's for conducting verification. The committee shall verify that beneficiaries are genuine and will collect adhaar number from each of them and verify their account numbers.
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Six pilgrims died in last 4 days, Amarnath Yatra toll reaches 22
7/20/2019 10:59:05 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 20: Six persons have died in the past four days during the ongoing pilgrimage to Amarnath cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas, taking the death toll in this year's pilgrimage to 22, officials said on Saturday. "Six pilgrims died due to various causes during their pilgrimage to the holy cave shrine of Shri Amarnathji," the officials said here. Among the dead are 18 pilgrims, two 'sevadars' (volunteers) and two security force personnel deployed on duty en route the holy cave. In addition to these, 30 others have suffered injuries due to shooting stones and other causes since the commencement of the pilgrimage on July 1, the officials said. Deaths due
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Fresh batch of 4,094 pilgrims leaves Jammu for Amarnath
7/20/2019 10:58:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: A fresh batch of 4,094 pilgrims including 955 women and 144 sadhus left the Bhagwati Nagar base camp here on Saturday to pay obeisance at the 3,880-metre-high cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas, officials said. So far, over 2.43 lakh pilgrims have visited the shrine since the commencement of the annual 46-day yatra on July 1, they said. The latest batch, which also included 20 children, left in a fleet of 175 vehicles under tight security arrangements from the Bhagwati Nagar base camp in the early hours of Saturday. The pilgrims will be reaching the twin base camps of Pahalgam in Anantnag district and Baltal in Ganderbal district later
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DM constitutes District Level Content Monitoring Committee
7/20/2019 10:58:22 PM
RAMBAN, July 20: District Magistrate, Ramban, Showkat Aijaz Bhat, constituted a District Level Content Monitoring Committee to monitor violation of programmes and Advertisement Codes under the Cable Television Network (Regulation) Act, 1995 by Private Satellite Television Channels and AIR Broad Cast Code by private FM channels and Community Radio Stations. The committee headed by DM Ramban was comprised of members including District (Senior) Superintendent of Police, Principal Government Degree College, Ramban, Chairman Nation First Trust, Neeraj Singh Chib, Social Worker from QRT, Ramban, Bashir Ahmed Magray, Academician, Mohammad Iqbal Khan and Media Person, Mohammed Taskeen Wani. Besid
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Police arrest narcotic smuggler, recover 5.5 kg poppy straw
7/20/2019 10:58:10 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: In continuation to the drive against drugs in Katra town, police have managed to nab a narcotic smuggler along with a aconsignment of drugs. Sources said that during routine checking and frisking at Nomain Check Post, one truck bearing Registration no JK02AN 6557 coming from Domail towards Katra was stopped and while checking 5.5 kg of poppy straw was recovered from the possession of driver namely Gurbachan Singh, son of Baldev Singh of Bhabber Brahmana, Dera Baba tehsil and district Reasi. A case under FIR No 173/2019 us 8/15 NDPS stands registered at P/S Katra. The entire operation was conducted under the supervision of SDPO Katra Vivek Shekhar,
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Annulling Articles 370, 35-A will tantamount to constitutional coup: Farooq Abdullah
7/20/2019 10:57:56 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 20: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah Saturday said annulling Articles 370 and 35-A will tantamount to a constitutional coup. He asserted that Article 370 is essential and unassailable until a final resolution of the issue of Jammu and Kashmir is reached. "Keeping in view the special circumstances (at the time of accession of J&K to India), Article 370 was added to the Constitution of India. The Article will remain as it is until the final resolution of the issue of Jammu and Kashmir is not reached to," Abdullah said addressing a party convention in Handwara area of Kupwara district. "So until the issue is solved, no power on earth can
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DC Jammu for timely completion of Mega Developmental Projects
7/20/2019 10:49:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Deputy Commissioner Jammu Ramesh Kumar today reviewed progress on more than 25 mega development projects including Modernization of General Bus Stand, Multitier Parking, Jammu-Akhnoor (NH-144) 4-laning, Jammu Ring Road, Tawi River Front Development, Construction of 200 Bedded Maternity Hospital, Sub- District Hospital at Bishnah, Jourian and Akhnoor, Infrastructure of IIT and IIM, Mubarakh Mandi Heritage Project, Barrage across River Tawi at Belicharana an
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Financial institutions can act as bridge between startups and innovation ecosystems: Advisor Skandan
7/20/2019 10:48:53 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 20: The Advisor to Governor K Skandan today urged financial institutions to give a thought for 'positive policy' to fund startups by associating them with innovation ecosystems to guide them in their early stages of business. The Advisor stated this during a launch ceremony of 'Smart JK Hackathon'-the first State-level Innovation Competition-at J&K Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI), Pampore. The one-and-a-half-month long innovation competition
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High-level committee on Dal Lake calls on Advisor Sharma
7/20/2019 10:48:35 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 20: A high-level committee on Dal Conservation constituted by the High Court today called on the Advisor to the Governor K K Sharma and discussed in detail the remedial measures to be undertaken for conservation of Dal Lake. The committee headed by E Sreeedaran also includes Nivideta Haran, MC Mehta and Mangu Singh as its members. The meeting discussed the measures being taken up for conservation of the Dal and also suggested several new scientific innova
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Advisor Kumar reviews development, security scenario in Doda
7/20/2019 10:48:20 PM
Early Times Report DODA, July 20: Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar visited Doda to review the progress on major development projects besides taking stock of the security scenario in the district. The Advisor convened a meeting with the district officers of various departments to review the project-wise status of all ongoing development projects. DGP, Dilbag Singh, ADGP Law and Order Munir Khan, DDC Doda Dr Sagar D Doifode, SSP Doda Shabir Ahmed Malik, ADDC Imam Din, ADC Kishori Lal Sharm
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Kansal reviews progress on externally funded infrastructure projects
7/20/2019 10:47:48 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 20: Jammu & Kashmir Economic Reconstruction Agency (JKERA) has completed 170 externally funded infrastructure projects in the State with a cumulative investment of Rs 3305 crore. This information was given at a high-level meeting chaired by Principal Secretary, Planning, Development & Monitoring Department, Rohit Kansal here this morning to review the progress of externally funded infrastructure projects. CEO, JKERA, Vikas Kundal briefed the meeting in de
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JKNPP demands to restart Health centre in Ramnagar villages, stage protest
7/20/2019 10:46:15 PM
Early Times Report Ramnagar, July 20: National Panthers Party (JKNPP) activists belonging to several villages of Ramnagar constituency led by Harsh Dev Singh held a massive demonstration in Ramnagar town today in protest against the closure of existing five Health centres in the constituency and their shifting to Udhampur constituency. The protestors raised slogans against CMO Udhampur and NHM authorities for depriving the people of various remote and far flung villages of the existing fac
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Retired Police personnel stage protest demonstration
7/20/2019 10:46:04 PM
Early Times Report Vijaypur, July 20: J&K Retired Police Pensioners Association today held a protest demonstration against discrimination with them in pay anomaly at Vijaypur. They alleged that when 5th Pay Commission was implement throughout the state but only the police department was left out. They said that some of them have even expired and demanded that surviving strugglers should get benefit. They reiterated their demands like enhancement of Medical Allowances from Rs.3000 Cashles
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JKTF holds protest, demands regular remuneration for SSA head teachers
7/20/2019 10:45:51 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, July 20: A large number of teachers masters on board today staged massive protest demonstration at outside the office of Chief Education Officer Kathua and called on DEPO Kathua ( as CEO Kathua was on meeting at DSEJ) under the leadership of District President Subash Sharma and on the direction of Sh Ganesh Khajuria Chairperson, The Jammu and Kashmir Teachers Forum, J&K. The protesters were raised number of demands which were pending due to the allegedly negligenc
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Div Com reviews progress of CS schemes under power sector
7/20/2019 10:38:33 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 20: The Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan today chaired a Divisional Level Committee (DLC) meeting to review progress of Centrally Sponsored (CS) schemes of power sector viz- DDUGJY, IPDS, RGGVY-II, PMDP and SAUBHAGYA. All Deputy Commissioners of the valley briefed the meeting regarding the progress and implementation of the PDD schemes in their respective districts. Various issues regarding land and structure acquisition, assessment of c
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Lady 'fraudster' denied bail
7/20/2019 10:38:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: A local court on Saturday rejected the bail application of an alleged fraudster Sonia Gupta. According to the prosecution, one Raj Kumar Bajaj lodged a report with police station Janipur, Jammu, saying he took a policy from ICICI Pro Life Insurance Company on 21.11.2017 in his name and accordingly premium was also paid. He transferred payment to the company through bank and total of 24,70,450 was transferred on regular basis. Bajaj alleged that the accused received by way of transfer about Rs 25 lakh from him on the false assurance of insurance company. On this report police registered FIR No. 41/2019 u/s 419, 420, 467, 468, 471 RPC. Sub-Judge Jamm
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KPC demands Rs 15 lakh compensation for Pandita's family
7/20/2019 10:38:10 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: KPC in a meeting at Delhi stated that recent tragic incident of boat capsize in a river Pahalgam, Kashmir which caused death of Rinkoo Raj Pandita an employee of tourism department, on duty, is shocking for everyone, in particular to Kahmiri Pandit community . The uprooted family of the deceased Rinkoo Raj Pandita, only son and protection to his old parents presently in great shock want to know from the concerned authorities and management that why so laxity was in their job on the day of incident. Why not proper instructions were given to deceased employee before permitting him to board on raft boats who was not having proper li
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Azad asked leaders to pull up their sleeves
7/20/2019 10:38:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: Leader of opposition in Rajaya Sabha and AICC General Secretary Ghulam Nabi Azad today held series of interactive sessions with the senior leaders and party functionaries of different parts of Jammu province. Azad who is three days tour of Jammu to have series of meetings with the party leadership of different constituencies of Jammu province held separate interactions with different groups of leaders from different districts. He had detailed discussi
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Rape accused escaped from Police custody during treatment
7/20/2019 10:37:25 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 20: A man arrested in rape case escaped from Police custody when he was brought to the Shri Maharaja Gulab Singh Hospital for medical treatment. Rape accused Sajjad Ahmed, son of Abdul Qaum, resident of Drass village was involved in a case FIR no 21/2007 under section 376 RPC at Police Station Mahore and he was in judicial custody. On the requested of Superintendent of Jail the accused was shifted to the hospital. On Saturday afternoon, was taken for some
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Kidnapped minor girl recovered, accused nabbed within 6 hours
7/20/2019 10:37:15 PM
Early Times Report Reasi, July 20: Reasi police succeeded in recovering a minor girl (name withheld) within few hours of reporting. On Saturday morning one person (name with held) resident of Zero Morh Reasi reported in the Police Station Reasi that her minor daughter is missing from his home since last evening.That he had searched everywhere but couldn't find her. That he had a reasonable suspicion that one boy namely Rajesh Kumar son of Kamal Dev Sharma resident of Manwa bharwari Tridu, Teh kalakote distt rajouri used to call her frequently and used to harrass her. On this case FIR no. 144/19 u/s 363 RPC was registered and special teams were immediately constituted.Police team
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HC grants 3 weeks to file ATR
Regulation of charges by nursing homes
7/20/2019 10:37:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: The J&K High Court on Saturday granted three weeks to the government to file Action Taken Report regarding regulating and monitoring the functioning of nursing homes and private medical institutes/ health centres in accordance with the guidelines of Ministry of Health, government of India and Medical Council of India. The order was issued in a Public Interest Litigation filed by the NGO, Citizen Forum Jammu through RK Chadha. A Division Bench of the High Court comprising Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey and Justice Sindhu Sharma after hearing advocate Anil Sethi for the PIL and Sr. AAG HA Siddqui for the state and Adv Deepika Mahajan for the respondents st
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Court rejects bail of bovine smuggler
7/20/2019 10:36:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 20: The Chief Judicial Magistrate Reasi, Amarjeet Singh Langeh, on Saturday rejected the bail application of an alleged bovine smuggler Abdul Majid, of Miran Sahab, Jammu. According to the police, on 12.07.2019 when a truck bearing registration No. JK02AT-7334 was signalled to stop by patrol party of police post Talwara, Camp Tali Morh, it did not stop as a result of which it was chased and petitioner was arrested while conductor of the truck in question fled in the wee hours at 03:40. Upon checking of the truck, 9 bovine animals tied in a cruel manner were found inside truck out of which one bull was found dead. FIR No. 140/2019 for offences under sec
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Naib Sarpanch injured as guns roar along LoC in Poonch
Man dies of cardiac arrest amid shelling in Mendhar
7/20/2019 10:36:24 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 20: A naib Sarpanch was injured as armies of Pakistan and India on Saturday traded shelling along the Line of Control in Mendhar area of Poonch district. A police officer Said that the Pakistani army opened unprovoked fire on Army posts at Mankote, Krishana Ghati and Balakote today in the morning. "At about 0900 hours, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation while resorting to firing by small arms and shelling with mortars along LoC in Mendhar sector," the officer said, adding that army soldiers manning the LoC retaliated strongly". According to the official, "the cross border shelling continued for a brief time." Some shells landed near resi
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