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9 soldiers, 2 civilians martyred in July in Indo-Pak LoC fights
7/24/2017 12:20:15 AM
Early Times Report jammu, July 23 Nine soldiers among 11 people were killed while 16 others injured in border skirmishes this month between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control in in Jammu and Kashmir. Amid one of the worst fatalities in recent times, the month also saw over 110 livestock falling prey to shellings and firings by Pakistani army in which nearly 35 structures, including over two dozen houses were damaged along the LoC in Rajouri district alone. The repeated skirmishes saw over 4,000 villagers from near borders to government camps at safer places in the district. "The month has seen greater ceasefire violations along LoC in the state. The aim was to engineer infi
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Shutdown continues in parts of central Kashmir
7/24/2017 12:20:07 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23 : Shutdown continues for the second day today in parts of the central Kashmir district of Badgam, where a youth was killed in security force firing on July 21 during demonstrations after Friday prayers. Meanwhile, Shops and business establishments remained closed and traffic was off the roads in Beerwah and adjoining areas. However, government offices, educational institutions and banks remained closed on account of holiday. Though there was no restrictions in part of the Badgam, additional security forces and state police personnel have been deployed in strength to prevent any law and order problem.
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One militant killed after army foils infiltration bid in Nowgam sector
7/24/2017 12:18:48 AM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report KUPWARA, July 23: One militant was killed today, after army foiled an infiltration bid in Machil sector of this north Kashmir district, the search operation is in progress. A top army official said that, troops guarding the LoC noticed suspicious movement along the LoC in Machil sector after which they immediately challenged the intruders. After being challenged, the infiltrators opened fire triggering off an encounter and in the ensuing gun fight, one
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Support Panthers party to empower Jammu Pradesh: Harsh
7/24/2017 12:18:33 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Reposing faith in the Panthers party 53 youth led by Rahul Kumar and Tarsem Singh from various wards of Jammu city joined Panthers Party in the presence of Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and other leaders at Party Headquarters today. Manju Singh Gen. Secy JKNPP, Gagan Pratap Singh Spokesman NPP and Parshotam Parihar State Secy PTU were also present on the occasion. While addressing the new entrants in the party, Harsh Dev Singh said that the issues and co
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Efforts to create divide between Army, police by 'anti-nationals' won't work: GoC 15 Corps
7/24/2017 12:17:57 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: A day after Army soldiers thrashed six policemen, including an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI), in central Kashmir district of Ganderbal, General officer Commanding (GoC) 15 Corps Lt Gen JS Sandhu said that efforts to create divide between Army and police by 'anti-nationals' won't work. He further said that police and Army have always worked as brothers in arms."Efforts to create divide between Army and police by anti-nationals won't work. We are together always working as brothers in arms," Lt Gen Sandhu wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.Six policemen were injured when Army soldiers, in civvies, allegedly thrashed them after being stopped at a
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1,141 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra
7/24/2017 12:17:47 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: Another batch of 1,141 pilgrims left Jammu on Sunday for the Kashmir Valley to perform the annual Amarnath Yatra, officials said. "The pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas at 2.50 a.m. in an escorted convoy of 46 vehicles for the Kashmir Valley," officials said. As a security measure, no vehicle carrying pilgrims is allowed to cross the Jawahar Tunnel on Jammu-Srinagar national highway after 3.30 p.m. This precautionary step has been taken to ensure that all pilgrims reach the base camps of Pahalgam and Baltal before sunset. All yatra related security deployments are withdrawn on the highway after 7.30 p.m. The 40-day long annual Amarnath
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Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC in Uri sector, no casualties reported
7/24/2017 12:17:34 AM
Early Times Report Baramulla, July 23: Pakistani troops violated ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri sector in north Kashmir's Baramulla district, but there was no loss of life, police said on Sunday. The ceasefire violation took place near LoC at Manga Kamalkote in Uri, a police official said. He said the shelling by Pakistani forces damaged a cow-shed and a house, both belonging to locals. However, no loss of life was reported, he added. The Uri sector has been subject to tensions of cross-border issues as the Indian Army was attacked in the area in September last year. Deemed as one of the deadliest attacks on the army in Jammu and Kashmir, heavily armed militants sto
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DH Poonch in shambles, authorities in deep slumber
7/24/2017 12:17:25 AM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 23: Under the so called good governance of Jammu and Kashmir health department, District Hospital Poonch is in dilapidated conditions. Attendants informed early times that nobody can identify medical staff as proper uniform is not being used by them during working hours. Patients and their attendants have further informed that all toilets of DH complex are unhygienic due to alleged negligence of Medical Superintendent of DH Poonch. No informative boards have been displayed on toilets and toilets have no proper cleanliness. Medical staff is also looking negligent and carelessness due to the alleged involvements of MS and patients are deprived of basic neces
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Tarigami suffers heart attack, admitted at SKIMS
7/24/2017 12:17:17 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23 : CPI (M) leader and MLA Kulgam M Y Tarigami was admitted at SK Institute of Medical Sciences Soura after he complained of severe heart pain. Director SKIMS Dr Ahangar told that Tarigami had heart block problem and immediately after admitting him pacemaker operation was performed. He is in Intensive Care Unit of the facility and on Monday another surgery would be performed.
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J-K youth who won digital skills contest recalls challenges
7/24/2017 12:17:08 AM
Early Times Report New Delhi, July 23 : He comes from a state where Internet bans and stone-pelting incidents have hogged headlines in the recent past. But, against all odds, Prince Sumberia (21) of Jammu and Kashmir won an Asia-level digital skills competition in Singapore, edging out competitors from six other countries. The 2nd year B.Tech student of a Jammu college was not even sure if he would be able to procure passport for visiting Singapore. "A relative of mine went to Srinagar to get the passport at a time when stone-peltings were quite frequent. I was not very sure if I would be able to get it, until I actually got it," he told . Perhaps these challenges made him more determin
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I&FC Poonch accused of embezzlement of funds
7/24/2017 12:16:59 AM
Rajesh Tandon Early Times Report Poonch, July 23: In different to the problems of the farmers, the Department of Irrigation and Flood Control Poonch failed to complete the canal for Kehnu Kakani areas. Sources told Early times that the department had sanctioned a kool (Canal) for Kehnu Kakani areas after September flood 2014 but the concerned contractor in collusion with technical staff of the department embezzled the funds. "The department ignored the problems of common masses especially the farmers of Kehnu, Kalani, Trichal, Ajote, Gulpur, Khaneter and many other cultivated areas where irrigation water has not been reached. People informed that the farmers of the different areas are
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3 OGWs arrested in Srinagar; one AK-47 recovered
7/24/2017 12:16:46 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: Police on Sunday arrested three overground workers (OWGs) of militants in Srinagar and recovered an AK-47 rifle from their possession. Police sources said on Sunday that three OWGs of militants were arrested in Tengpora (Batmaloo) area of Srinagar city. "They were arrested while moving in a car. One AK-47 rifle has been recovered from the possession of these OWGs," sources said.OWGs are described by the security forces as facilitators of militants who arrange hideouts, ferry weapons and keep an eye on movement of the security forces to alert militants during crackdowns and search operations.
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'Chhari Mubarak' taken to Shankaracharya temple
7/24/2017 12:16:24 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: 'Chhari Mubarak' - the saffron robed holy mace of Lord Shiva - was on Sunday taken to the historic Shankaracharya temple on a hillock in Srinagar where special prayers were offered as per the age-old customs related to the annual Amarnath yatra. Carried by its custodian Mahant Deependra Giri and accompanied by a group of sadhus and devotees, the holy mace was taken out from its abode at Dashnami Akhara in Budshah Chowk area of the city and offered specia
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Freshly recruited Govt lecturers call on MLA Rana
7/24/2017 12:15:13 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Freshly recruited 10+2 Government Lecturers appointed under Public Service Commission in state today called upon Member Legislative Assembly Mendhar and demanded highlighting the issue related to demand of exemption of 10+2 Lecturer posts from the purview of Rule 3 of SRO 202 Dated 30-06-2015. In their hour long meeting with MLA Mendhar, freshly recruited 10+2 Lecturers appointed under JK PSC informed MLA that 10+2 Lecturers in School Education Department
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Shiv Sena, Dogra Front protest against water, power shortage in Jammu
7/24/2017 12:14:44 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: The workers of Dogra Front & Shiv Sena under the leadership of president-Ashok Gupta took out a procession in Jammu city against the non availability of electricity and water in Jammu which has led to the situation of hue and cry among the people of the region. He alleged for the last one month, entire Jammu is reeling under the acute sacristy of drinking water. He stated that PHE is harassing the general public to buy the ERA connections and selling the w
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Manjit Singh demands equal share in PSC selection process for Jammu
7/24/2017 12:14:03 AM
Early Times Report Vijaypur, July 23: Former Minister and JKPCC General Secretary Manjit Singh on Sunday demanded State Government to give equal share in JK Public Service Commission (JKPSC) recruitments and developmental activities.Speaking before the people at village Thalori Camp, Manjit Singh the coalition Government has failed in all fronts while the developmental activities are going on snail phase in Samba district. Targeting BJP for its hollow slogans, he said, there is no developme
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JKLADCSA threats to go on pen down strike
7/24/2017 12:13:26 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Jammu Kashmir & Ladakh All Departments Clerical Staff Association Jammu has decided to go on Pen Down Strike throughout the State in support of their long pending demand if the orders for removal of Pay anomalies of 5th Pay Commission of clerical Cadre were not removed. As per press release, the dates in this regard will be announced jointly after conducting meeting with the Cadre both in Jammu as well as in Kashmir Provinces. They further added since 2008 number of agreements/assurances were made with the association by the Government but till to date no orders were issued. S. Sukhbir Singh General Secretary Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh All Department C
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MES Builders Association holds meeting
7/24/2017 12:12:55 AM
Early Times Report Bishnah, July 23: The members of MES Builders Association J&K unit today held a general body meeting. During meeting the members from different area gave representation and decided that the house has authorized to Chairman to nominate Vice Chairmen of different areas. Meanwhile, the MES, Builder Association of India, Jammu unit, chairman, Som Nath Khajuria has nominated Nasir Hussain Shah as Vice Chairman.
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Railways lists new catering policies after CAG slams food quality
7/24/2017 12:11:15 AM
Early Times Report New Delhi, July 23: Ministry of Railways, on Sunday, highlighted their New Catering Policy with an objective to provide quality food to passengers after the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) came out with reports slamming the Railways for serving food which they deemed to be unfit for consumption. The CAG in its report claimed that unpurified water was being used to make beverages, rats and cockroaches were found in the pantry and food was being left out in the open among a number of other things. Taking to Twitter, the Ministry of Railways took established the fact that the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has been mandated to carry out the
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PCC stages protest against anti-Jammu policies of PDP-BJP
7/24/2017 12:11:05 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Activists of PCC under the leadership of Sanjeev Sharma today staged a protest demonstration against the alleged anti-Jammu policies of the PDP- BJP Govt. Briefing the media, Sharma called upon the people to be cautious and prepared to counter the anti-Jammu policies of the present state Govt. He deplored the ruling alliance partner, BJP for its memory loss regarding welfare of Jammu region he told the media present that those who always boasted of being the champions for the cause of Jammu have now forgotten the people of Jammu especially the youth. According to him ten thousand SPO's have been appointed from the Kashmir region whereas the Jammu yout
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Contaminated drinking water being supplied to people: Tariq Shah alleges
7/24/2017 12:10:35 AM
Early Times Report Udhampur, July 23: NGO- Jiyo Aur Jeene Do organized alleged that PHE Department is supplying polluted water at our homes. While addressing the press conference the President of NGO Tariq Shah said, "The people of Udhampur city are getting supply of polluted and dirty water. This has increased problem of diseases specially related to stomach and skin. People living in different areas of the city have approached the NGO and have apprised us about this problem. Our NGO memb
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Govt to develop vast tourism infrastructure in Kalakote: Kohli
7/24/2017 12:09:01 AM
Early Times Report RAJOURI, July 23: Minister for Animal & Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries, Abdul Ghani Kohli today said that State Government is keen to bring Kalakote on tourism map and development of major tourism destinations in the areas is being focused upon. The Minister said this while visiting the proposed site for construction of artificial lake near Kalakote and tourism infrastructure at Tatapani hot-springs located at 40KM from Rajouri. He also reviewed the existing tourist faci
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'Centre, State Govts fail to control price hike of essential commodities'
7/24/2017 12:08:24 AM
Early Times Report Udhampur, July 23: Senior Congress Leader Sumeet Magotra held the Center and State government accountable for increasing price hike of essential commodities. Sumeet Magotra alleged that before election BJP made tall promises and BJP came to power at Center and in the state by raising hue and cry about the prices rise and high rate of inflation , thereby promising "Achhe Din" for the people of the country but where is "Ache din " he questioned . He added that after coming to Power BJP has shown inefficiency and has completely failed to control the prices of Essential commodities due to this is has become more difficult for common masses to meet their dail
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CRPF troopers thrash company commander in Anantnag
7/24/2017 12:08:11 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: Angry CRPF troopers in Jammu and Kashmir thrashed their company commander on Sunday after a trooper died "as he was denied permission to visit hospital for treatment". Police sources said a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) trooper died in Wanpoh area of Anantnag district. "Angry colleagues of the deceased trooper trashed their company commander, alleging that the sick trooper had been denied permission by the officer to visit a nearby hospital for treatment," a police officer said. There was no confirmation or denial of the incident from the CRPF.
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RTF criticizes Govt for failure to streamline salaries
7/24/2017 12:08:02 AM
Early times Report POONCH, July 23: State spokesperson of Ret Teachers Forum M.M. Patyan has questioned the claims of Education Minister to streamline the salaries of trenchers y before April 2017, transfer policy and alleged that all these assurances have proved hollow. He said that it is a matter of great shame for all the sitting legislators who at the time of election begged like beggars for votes and now after winning they have stitched their mouths with glue on our issues. They have miserably failed to mitigate their grievances. They also alleged that even CM Mehbooba Mufti also made many commitments to sort out the issues but nothing has been done till date. The matter is reall
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Increasing transport fare irks Poonch people
7/24/2017 12:07:48 AM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 23: Department of Transport Poonch has issued/revise fare list of all passenger vehicles of Poonch and failed to control over increasing overlooking of different rural areas of Poonch as well as on Mandi to Poonch, Surankote to Poonch and Mendhar to Poonch routs. The increase in transport fare has irked the locals of Poonch especially the below poverty line. Locals have allegedly said, department of transport and traffic rural Jammu has completely failed to control over the daily increasing overloading in state especially in Poonch district. Ghulam Sarwar, Wali Mohd Sheikh, Mohammed Iqbal, Gukzar Ahmed and many other in this regard showed their resentment
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Shrine Board approves Master Plan of Nursing College
7/24/2017 12:07:37 AM
Agencies NEW DELHI, July 23 - The 60th meeting of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board was held here yesterday under the chairmanship of Governor N. N. Vohra, Chairman of the Shrine Board. The Board reviewed the pace of work on its various upcoming major infrastructure projects and took decisions in regard to a number of important matters. Dr. E. Sreedharan, Dr. S. S. Bloeria, Sudha Murty, Dr. Ashok Bhan, H. L. Maini, Justice (Retd) Permod Kohli, Maj. Gen. (Retd) Shiv Kumar Sharma and B. B. Vyas, all Board Members, Ajeet Kumar Sahu, Chief Executive Officer and Dr. M. K. Kumar and Anshul Garg, Additional CEOs of the Shrine Board, attended the meeting. After viewing a detailed presentat
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Fill vacant J-K Assembly, Council seats allocated to PoK: RSS
7/24/2017 12:07:10 AM
Agenices New Delhi, July 23 : The Rashtriya Sawayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has urged the Jammu and Kashmir government and the Government of India to fill the vacant seats in the state's Assembly and Council that have been allocated to the pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) constituency so that islamabad's claim of the territory stands null and void. "The PoK has been given 24 Assembly seats and six seats in the Council within Jammu and Kashmir. I urge everyone, from Farooq Abdullah to (Chief Minster) Mehbooba, to fill those seats. The fact that even after 70 years, these seats have been lying vacant means that the PoK does not belong to Pakistan," senior RSS pracharak and national executive me
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Prof Kuldeep Singh joins JKNPP
7/24/2017 12:06:52 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Chief Patron JKNPP Prof. Bhim Singh today Jammu held an impressive function inducting Dr. (Prof) Kuldeep Singh as "Chairman Jammu-Kashmir National Study Centre (JKNSC)". Prof. Bhim Singh introduced Dr. Kuldeep Singh as one of the highly decorated social scientist and a revolutionary in thought and action who shall be in official status in the JKNPP to organize the intelligentsia with clear message of ultimate revolution which was propounded by Prof. Bhim
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Listen to your heart before ascending high altitudes: Dr Sushil
7/24/2017 12:05:46 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Ascending to a high altitude is not only problematic for the healthiest people, but it can add extra trouble for individuals with a heart problem. Our heart will respond to the challenges of high altitude depends on how high we are going, what we plan to do there, the state of our heart, and our overall fitness. It has another dimension when it comes in linkage with pilgrimages located on high altitudes where faith surpasses consciousness about one's health
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Members of SNCF donate 90 units of Blood
7/24/2017 12:05:32 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation (SNCF) branch Akhnoor today organized a Voluntary Blood Donation camp at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan Akhnoor. People from all age group including handicapped participated enthusiastically in the camp. The camp was inaugurated by Smt Sarita Chauhan IAS Chairperson J&K Services Selection Board while speaking on the occasion, appreciated the continued efforts of Sant Nirankari Mission in emphasizing the values of Oneness
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Raise regularization issue of daily rated workers, NMC to MPs
7/24/2017 12:05:13 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: President of the National Mazdoor Conference (NMC) Subash Shastri today appealed parliamentarians of Jammu & Kashmir to raise issue of regularization of nearly sixty one thousands daily rated workers working in the various departments of the State government in current monsoon session of parliament. So that working class could get sigh of relief. Shastri has issued appeal to these parliamentarians to raise the issue of granting of special package to tune o
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Saroori distributes solar lights among 120 families
7/24/2017 12:04:55 AM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, July 23: Under remote village electrification scheme, Jammu and Kashmir Energy Development Agency (JKEDA) distributed 21 solar lights among residents of Sigdi village of Tehsil Mugalmaidan and 100 solar lights to different villages including Patnazi, Nali Bunjwah areas of district Kishtwar. The solar lights were distributed during a function at Tehsil headquarter Drabshalla and at Sigdi where G M Saroori MLA Inderwal was the chief guest on the occasion. Prominen
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ISI pumping narcotics in J&K: Team Jammu
7/24/2017 12:04:42 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Dubbing trans LoC trade as terror funding and drug trafficking routes to spread death and destruction in the whole country in general and J&K in particular, Team Jammu today demanded immediate stopping of this trade centres, which according to Team Jammu, have been used by Pakistan and its notorious ISI agency to accomplish their nefarious designs. While addressing a press conference, chairman of Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal took serious note of recove
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TDF expresses concern over rise in road accidents
7/24/2017 12:03:47 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: While expressing grief & anguish over the loss of lives in road accident in Sub-Division Thathri, members of Thatri Development Front (TDF) blamed deplorable roads for rise in fatal accidents. Kuldeep Kumar Rao and Advocate Kanwar Jeet Singh Thakur expressed concern over the increasing road accidents due to bad conditions of roads. They wondered as to how, heavy toll of lives have been lost in the road accidents, but the concerned department is in deep slumber. They said the government in general and the concerned department in particular owes an explanation to the public at large as to who is responsible for the loss of lives in road accidents.
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Welfare society condemns approach of CAPD
7/24/2017 12:03:34 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Welfare Society Guru Nanak Nagar Jammu today convened a meeting to condemn the anti-people decision of the CAPD department of discontinuing the supply of Sugar to APL ration card holders and indiscriminate increase in prices for BPL ration card holders by raising it to Rs. 25 per Kg. It is not out of place to mention over here that in the recent past the department has already increased the prices of Ration items and has put much burden on the common man. The society has further appealed to the Government to reconsider its hard decision in favor of public.
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Harni village sans power supply
7/24/2017 12:03:23 AM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 23: Harni area of Mendhar Sub Division has been plunged into darkness as electric transformer has damaged seven days back, but till date has not been replaced. According to reports, the transformer installed at Harmutta Harni got damaged about a week back and despite repeated requests no action has been taken so far. The power supply to several localities was snapped. The villagers informed the concerned field staff and JE PDD but the transformer has not be repaired or replaced till today.
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Dr Vikas gets International award
7/24/2017 12:03:12 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Dr. Vikas Sharma, son of Harbans Lal Sharma and Pushplata Sharma of Channi Himmat gets Venus International Faculty Award-2017 (VIFA-2017). The award i.e., Outstanding Faculty in Agriculture (specialization-Biochemistry) was conferred to Dr Sharma on the recommendation of Board of Management and Expert Committee report of Venus International Foundation, an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization, committed to recognize extraordinary teachers who demonstrated a track record of academic excellence reflected by distinct / sustained contributions to the Institution over many years, membership in prestigious professional forums and other kinds of selective posit
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Association of Industries organizes seminar on GST
7/24/2017 12:02:33 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: The Association of Industries Gangyal today organised a seminar on "GST-An overview with special emphasis on incentives", wherein CA- S K Malhotra explained in a very lucid & comprehensive manner, various provisions of the newly promulgated Goods & Services Act which was rolled out in the State from 8th of July,2017. The Seminar was conducted in order to help the members in understanding the altogether new concept of taxation under the GST Regime. During his welcome address, Rajesh Jain expressed his gratitude to SK Malhotra for sparing his valuable time to educate the members in respect of GST. Malhotra delivered a detailed lecture which was follow
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Hunger strike of 10+2 lecturers enters day 160
7/24/2017 12:01:58 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: The hunger strike observed by the Contractual Lecturers 10+2 today completed 160 days, but no response has been received from government side. While protesting, the lecturers torched the effigy of Dy Chief Minister, as a mark of protest. While addressing the media Arun Bakhshi said that they have given their precious years to the Education Department but govt has exploited them. "Some candidates have served the department for more than 10 years and are ov
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Dogri is our mother tongue, Jammu will unitedly fight for its preservation: Rana
7/24/2017 12:00:12 AM
Early Times Report RS Pura, July 23: National Conference on Sunday asserted that Jammu will unitedly fight the attempts of trampling Dogri, saying this is a collective language of the Dogras, irrespective of caste, creed and religion. "We, the Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs are proud inheritors of the Dogra heritage and any overt or covert attempt to dilute it would be fought tooth and nail", Provincial President Devender Singh Rana said at a function here this afternoon. Rana came down heavil
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Deepak Handa re-elected as President JKYA
7/23/2017 11:43:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Deepak Handa was unanimously re-elected as the President Jammu and Kashmir Yoga Association in Annual General Body meeting which held today at Amar Singh Club. Surinder Pathak and S. Sarabjeet Singh were elected as Secretary General and Treasurer respectively. The House reposed confidence in the newly elected president and authorized him to select his team including executive members in consultation with senior members of the association. The president t
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ASKPC deputes team to assist community students
7/23/2017 11:42:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: President ASKPC, Advocate Ravinder Raina has deputed a team to assist the community students aspiring to get admission in educational institutions in Maharashtra, during the counselling being held in Mumbai. This step was initiated by ASKPC in order to mitigate the difficulties being faced by the community students and their parents during the counselling sessions, as advocate Raina felt that the community children need to be helped & guided during the crucial phase of their careers, which is ultimately going to shape their future life. The ASKPC team is led by Dr T.K.Bhat, General Secretary of the organisation, who is camping in Mumbai and coordinating
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Base camp hospital provides medical facilities to Amarnath Yatra pilgrims
7/23/2017 11:42:39 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: A base camp hospital in Baltal of Jammu and Kashmir's Sonmarg district has provided medical facilities to Amarnath yatra pilgrims. Like every year, this year too, the state government and the Shrine board have provided many medical camps to the holy pilgrims. The base camp hospital at Baltal is equipped with hyperbaric oxygen chambers, portable oxygen concentrators, automated CPR machines, defibrillators and cardiac monitors among others. The medical facility provided at the base camp hospital is free of cost to the Amarnath pilgrims. Apart from the pilgrims, the tent owners, horse riders, shopkeepers in the route are also been taken care by the
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Punjabi book Jag Vedna Da Aina released
7/23/2017 11:42:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Punjabi Lekhak Sabha (PLS) Jammu today organized a literary function at K L Saigal Hall of Cultural Academy where a book of Punjabi Ghazals titled 'Jag Vedna Da Aina' written by S. Amar Singh Kuka was released. Pt. Vidya Ratan Aasi, a veteran Urdu poet of Jammu was the Chief Guest. S. Didar Singh, former Deputy Director Doordarshan and well known Punjabi and Hindi Short story writer of J&K state presided over the function. Dr. Tarun Singh, President Namd
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Rehmat Cricket Club outplays Wadiye Kashmir in 13th Gufran C'Ship
7/23/2017 11:42:03 PM
Early Times Report Doda, July 22: Rehmat Cricket Club Doda team registered resounding win against Wadiye Kashmir by 06 wickets and advanced to the next stage of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017 being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Battalion Doda. Earlier after winning the toss, Wadiye Kashmir team was bundled out for just 69 runs in 12.5 overs as the
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Natrang stages 'Reed-Rahit'
7/23/2017 11:41:49 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Natrang presented an impressive performance of "Reed-Rahit", a play in Hindi based on Russian writer Anton Chekhov's "Nincompoop" here today at its Studio Theatre in Sunday Theatre Series. The play was directed by Neeraj Kant and in its own style, the play inspires us to stand for our rights. The play 'Reed Rahit' opens in the house of one landlord who wanted to settle down his account with the instructor of his children, whom has not paid the salary for t
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NIA summons office-bearers of Auqaf Jamia, AeUI, Darul Khair headed by Mirwaiz
7/23/2017 11:38:07 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: The National Investigation Agency (NIA), investigating terror funding from Pakistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in Kashmir have now summoned office-bearers of three religious and social organisations, headed by moderate Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Moulvi Omar Farooq. A spokesman for the HC said members of Auqaf historic Jamia Masjid, Anjuman-e-Nusrat-ul-Islam and Darul-Khair today held a meeting at the residence of Mirwaiz, who remained under house arrest for the past more than a month. The meeting deliberate upon the arbitrary notices being sent to these institutions by the NIA. He said Mirwaiz, who heads these organisations and the memb
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