x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Modi Govt gave Rs 6000 cr to Adani but can't give Rs1000 cr for J&K floods: Rahul | Congress' manifesto: List of promises it failed to keep | Barsoo, Saloora vote for change | Law deptt student clashes with prof | Infiltration bid by 12 militants foiled on LoC | 5 floriculture deptt vehicles lying unused | DS Group joins Love Care Foundation for rehabilitation work in Panjar village | Intellectuals meet organised | ISM -Ayush Camp held for border residents near IB | NSS unit of GDC Thannamandi celebrates Quami Ekta Week | MAM organizes seminar on AIDS | Five days Civil Defence training programme begins | PCC minority cell seeks vote for Congress | Seminar on Role of ICT for Sustainable Development held at GCW Udh | GDC Budhal organizes SVEEP programme | Nat Manch stages Dogri play 'Bda Hoya Atyachaar' | Youth talent search held at Alexander Memorial School | MJR-47 expresses shock for not providing relief package to refugees of POK, Chamb by GoI | National Integration Week celebrations conclude at GDC Kathua | People defy boycott rant, 74.21% cast vote on 6 seats of Chenab valley | MCC hampers relief work in Rajoiuri | Congress always voiced concern for common man: Balwan | Bhasin opens PDP sub-office at Lakkar Mandi | Bhalla urges people to rise above communal polarization | DrJitendra introduces 'landmark' parliament Amendment for appointment of CBI Director | Master Lal Chand to file nomination as Independent | Annual day cum prize distribution function held at NITL | Uniform distributed to needy students | Kissan mela organized at Chatteral | SDSS carries out door to door campaign | Ban on sale of loose cigarettes recommended | Latti Pull Club claims Bandhole Cricket Tourney | Separatists are separatists | PDP proved 'how to bring accountability, transparency' in governance: Mufti | Congress to sweep first phase of elections: Azad | DB issues directions | BJP should clear its stand on Article 370, DPs POJK settlement package: Sham Sharma | NSF demands reservation for Jammuites in SMVDU admission, faculty | Kundal for setting up skill development centers to weed out unemployment | DB imposes cost on BOPEE | 121-yr-old woman votes in Ramban | Vijaypur constituency remain underdeveloped: Ex Minister Manjit | 2 held with bhukki | J-K polls: Migrants cast votes at special polling booth | Krishna Nagar locals protest against uncompleted drain work | As JK votes, Army chief reviews security situation | Requests for qualification for airport privatisation scrapped: Govt | Serious lapses found in pollution control by railways | 72 per cent Indians happy with Modi Govt work: Survey | No unauthorized entry of armies of neighbouring countries, says Parrikar | Latti Pull Club claims Bandhole Cricket Tourney | Kabaddi trials tomorrow | Students of KC Public School bring laurels in Karate C’ship at Delhi | Students of KC Public School bring laurels in Karate C’ship at Delhi | One-day workshop held at Govt Polytechnic | Communal harmony week concluded | DPS SMVDU outshines in Shito-Ryu Seifukan Karate Do Association | Biscoe, MHAC, Nagbani School win Coca Cola Cup | Anmol bags U-17 gold in district Judo | BSF School conducts visit to AMML | Koul provision store is originally famous Prasad Masala Wala of Kashmir | State Govt releases Rs 200 Cr, seeks details for further allocation | 60th National School Games in Badminton concludes | Rahul makes honest confession: Omar was lethargic and coalition a failure! | Record voter turnout indicative of significant change | Kuka Parrey's son apologies for Ikhwan excesses | Separatists face virtual snub during first phase of assembly elections | Adventure programme by tawi Trekkers next month | Soz seeing anti-NC wave, Sagar says NC in difficult situation | Mufti attacks Omar over leaving NC's bastion in Ganderbal | Corrupt direct goons to lift Early Times from news stands | Ganderbal votes against Omar, BJP invisible on ground | HC directs Govt to provide details sought by Centre regarding flood victims | Pharma companies marketing drugs on fake addresses in Kashmir; authorities unconcerned | Police register FIR against Babu Singh, his brothers for trespassing PDP candidate's house | Herculean task for sitting legislators to retain seats in Ganderbal, Bandipora districts | BJP only option before voter to rid ill governance: Rajeev Jasrotia | PDP will change destiny of J&K: Mufti | Pawan criticizes sitting MLA for neglecting constituency | PDP leader intensifies campaign | For change, Doda goes for buoyed up exercise to cast vote in hordes | Distt Adm fully prepared for smooth conduct of Assembly polls: DC Rajouri | Voter turnout reflects overwhelming desire for change: Mehbooba | Women voters present enthusiastic response to exercise franchise for change | Ravinder Sharma expresses concern over non disbursement of relief | Chill continues, rain snow likely on Nov 27 in J&K | Medicinal Plants of Jammu can manage Cancer | Let voters vote for strong Government | Back Issues  
 
news details
3-day state level workshop inaugurated at SKPA
11/19/2012 10:38:13 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT
UDHAMPUR, Nov 19 : A three day state level workshop on "anti-human trafficking" sponsored by Bureau of Police Research and Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India was inaugurated at Sher-i-Kashmir Police Academy Udhampur here today.
Number of Police officers of the rank of SI to Dy.SP's participated.
The main objective of the aforesaid workshop is to make the law enforcement agencies aware of the trafficking problem at the national and international platform, the response of various organizations at international level to counter human trafficking and its subsequent implications.
The inaugural session was addressed by Addl. District & Sessions Judge Udhampur Mohinder Kumar Sharma, who emphasized that human trafficking is a crime of such magnitude and atrocity that it can be dealt with successfully by any government alone.
This global problem requires a global, multi stake holder strategy that builds on national efforts throughout the world.
He further stressed that this subject is of vital importance in the context of present scenario as the Union Home Minister presently chaired a meeting of southern zonal council on the subject.
He said that human trafficking has assumed serious dimensions which further require special measures for the protection of women and children.
It was decided in the meeting that a nodal agency would be created in south India to combat human trafficking and a court be set up in one of the states in the region to try such cases.
Further the lectures were delivered by distinguished guest speakers Dr. Poonam Dhawan Director Deptt. of lifelong learning, University of jammu, Dr. Savita Nayar, Law deptt. University of Jammu and Sh. Baldev Singh Manhas, Retired Director Prosecution having vast experience on the topics "An over view on Human Trafficking/ Rehabilitation of Victims", "NHRC guidelines with regards to missing children and comprehensive scheme for strengthening laws" and "legal aspects about the prevention of human trafficking".
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
 
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
 
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU