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COVID-19 cases increasing but restrictions only for commoners, not for BJP
Admin opens Guest House for BJP to organize birthday party, meetings
5/31/2020 11:30:06 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, May 31: In view of the increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases in UT as well as in entire country, the lockdown restrictions in district Kathua, are appeared to be only for commoners but for Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) even PWD Guest house could be opened for organizing a birthday party of a senior leader, as well as for organizing political meetings. The incident happened on Saturday afternoon at Public Works Department (PWD) Guest House Billawar, when a birthday-party was thrown on the birth anniversary of a senior leader. As per the photographs circulated on social media sites as well as in the possession of Early Times, the physical distancing norms wer...
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Social media posts from past haunt police officer
5/31/2020 11:29:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 31: A senior police officer in the Jammu and Kashmir Police has come under the scanner of the establishment for the social media comments he had allegedly made a few years ago, prompting the government to call for a probe. Sources said the police official who is posted in the Cyber police in Kashmir has come under scanner of New Delhi for the posts he had allegedly made against the Prime Minister. Sources said the government has called for a probe to know the veracity of the posts that are being attributed to the said official. It was reliably learnt that the Home department was looking ahead to transfer the said official from the key post he present...
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J&K records 105 fresh Covid-19 infections, tally rises to 2,446
5/31/2020 11:29:14 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar/JAMMU, May 31: The Government on Sunday informed that 105 new positive cases of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), 15 from Jammu division and 90 from Kashmir division, have been reported today thus taking the total number of positive cases in Jammu and Kashmir to 2446. Moreover, 19 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and discharged from various hospitals, 03 from Jammu Division and 16 from Kashmir Division. According to the daily Media Bulletin on novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), out of 2446 positive cases, 1491 are Active Positive, 927 have recovered and 28 have died; 03 in Jammu division and 25 in Kashmir division. The Bulletin further said that out of 171045 t...
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BJP shamelessly violates lockdown restrictions, party office working normally in Red Zone
5/31/2020 11:29:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 31: District administration of Jammu has declared ward numbers 52, 53 and 54 of Trikuta Nagar as Red Zone after a lawyer from this area was tested Covid-19 positive. The lawyer was tested positive after his death. Shockingly all shops and business establishments in these wards have been closed but BJP office, which falls under ward no 53, is functioning normally. The self-styled ‘Desh-Bhakat’ BJP leader are organizing various functions in their office to get cheap publicity by issuing handouts to distribute ration to the helpless poor people. What is more shockingly that poor shopkeepers and ‘Rehriwallas’ of these wards are asked not to open their ventures...
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‘Educational institutions closed till June 15 in JKUT’
Principal GDC RS Pura wants presence of 50 percent staff
5/31/2020 11:28:54 PM
AVINASH AZAD EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, May 31: Amid countrywide lockdown and contrary to repeated advisories being issued by J&K Government to keep all educational institutions, training institutes closed to contain spread of coronavirus, the Principal Government Degree College (GDC) RS Pura, on the contrary, has slapped a duty roaster on teaching faculty. As per the order issued by the Principal GDC RS Pura, No RSPC/41, dated 30/05/2020 50 teachers have been asked to attend office on alternate days including 10 daily wagers who were also asked to attend office on daily bases. “All the teaching and non-teaching staff are directed to remain present during the lock-down for the smooth...
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Step up efforts to address people’s problems: Munish tells admin
Dilapidated roads, piles of garbage irk residents of Sector-4, Guru Nanak Nagar
5/31/2020 11:25:53 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 31: Editor-in-Chief, Early Times, Munish Gupta said that the administration needs to identify core areas to augment basic amenities in order to enhance quality of life in various localities of Jammu city. “The administration should make all the facilities available to the people. These include provision of better lanes and drains as well as proper hygienic conditions in the residential areas. It must step up the efforts to address problems of the urban populati...
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Major goof up at Assar put life of Doda, Kishtwar at risk
2 COVID patients including 75 year old woman cured for disease
5/31/2020 11:24:48 PM
ASIF IQBAL NAIK Early Times Report JAMMU, May 31: Two COVID patients including a 75-year old woman from Dachhan in Kishtwar district, after recovering successfully from the disease have been discharged and sent back to home As per the details available with Early Times, a mother-son duo admitted in Government Medical College Jammu was today sent back to home after they were declared as fully cured by the hospital management. Speaking to Early Times, DC Kishtwar Rajinder Singh Tara confirmed the recovery of two coronavirus positive cases of Kishtwar district adding that the rest of the five COVID-19 positive patients under treatment are also showing good signs of improvement and it is ...
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Kupwara: Skill development firm terminates 8 employees without prior intimation
5/31/2020 11:24:38 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 31: Despite issuance of an advisory from the Government of India, a Skill development firm terminated its eight employees in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district without prior intimation. The termination has not only deepened the crisis but has also demoralized these people during the present pandemic. “On March 20, the company sent a message and gave directions to its employees on their official WhatsApp group, to work from their homes,” said Zahoor Ahmad of Tanghdar. He said that they are 8 employees and were working with the company since 2018. The company’s center was at Tanghdar Karnah. “We were regular and our attendance on ERP online ...
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Chenani-Champari Road inaugurated by netas 6 times in shambles
5/31/2020 11:24:37 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur, May 31: Many link roads in Udhampur district are in shambles and need to be repaired forthwith, locals told Early Times on Sunday. They said that hundreds of commuters put their lives at risk everyday by travelling on these dilapidated roads. “The Chenani-Champari Road has become a death trap,” the locals added. “Many villages are linked through Champari Road. This road took nearly 12-years to get completed but it continues to be in a very bad ...
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PHE supplying contaminated water to Udhampur
5/31/2020 11:23:56 PM
ASHWANI SHARMA Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, May 31: The residents of Udhampur are under a grave threat of falling prey to several waterborne diseases as contaminated water is being supplied to the town and its adjoining areas by the JAL Shakti department (formerly PHE). A resident of village Phangial while showing a sample of the water he collected from the tap to the Early Times, said, “It is muddy water with suspended impurities in large quantities.” Similar is the situation at other pl...
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COVID-19: Admin orders enquiry into ‘mishandling’ of sample collection in Baramulla
5/31/2020 11:22:01 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, May 31: Administration has ordered an enquiry into the alleged mishandling of sample collection in Baramulla district. A government order accessed by early times says it has come to the notice and even has been highlighted in various media forums, including social media, the prescribed protocol in governing the conduct and release of people in quarantine has been observed in breach. “It has also been alleged that due care has not been taken while analyzing the results of the samples and the persons in quarantine have been elected by issuing a negative test certificate by some BMOs while as final reports have indicated that they were positive...
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Dumping by Construction Company pollutes surroundings, irks locals
5/31/2020 11:21:37 PM
ASHWANI SHARMA Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, May 31: In sheer violation of the laid down norms, a Construction Company with the name and style, SRM Contractors Pvt Ltd, who is entrusted with the work of widening Chenani-Sudh Mahadev road is illegally dumping debris and boulders on a piece of land falling under Khasra number 21 at village Baishty, Chenani thereby lowering the level of houses in the vicinity. Sources informed that the unauthorized dumping has violated the deed signed by the ...
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2 held for misbehaving with two lady docs
5/31/2020 11:18:57 PM
ASHWANI SHARMA EARLY TIMES REPORT UDHAMPUR, May 31: As many as six attendants of a patient at District Hospital Udhampur allegedly misbehaved with two lady doctors on duty last night. Hospital sources informed that the attendants were in inebriated condition, adding that they smashed window panes of the hospital and used abusive language while also threatened the lady doctors as well as security personals on duty there. Meanwhile, the hospital authorities this morning filed a complaint against the miscreants at Police Station (PS) Udhampur. Condemning the incident, President of Doctors Association Jammu, Dr Balvinder Singh demanded security to the doctors and other medical staff in th...
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25 fresh positive cases, 328 active positive cases in north Kashmir
Two more villages declared as Red Zones
5/31/2020 9:55:29 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report BARAMULLA, May 31: Twenty five fresh positive cases were reported, 01 each recovered in Kupwara and Baramulla, 328 are active positive cases, while as two more areas have been declared as Red zones in this north Kashmir district today. According to the details available, 25 fresh positive cases were reported today including 10 travelers in Kupwara, 268 are cumulative, active positive cases are 193, one recovered, in Baramulla district 15 fresh positive cases were reported today, 238 are cumulative and one has recovered and 05 deaths have also occurred so far. In Bandipora 146 are cumulative, 11 are active positive cases and one death has occurred so fo...
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GDC Chenani organises Intra college poster making competition
YMWC discusses problems of locality
NPSU castigates hike in petro prices
16 bovines rescued in Samba
Webinar under ‘Lockdown Dairy’ held
AIKS to observe Abhinavgupta Jayanti on 2nd June
Militants likely gave slip to forces in Anantnag, CASO launched in Pulwama
Pakistan shells areas along LoC in Poonch district, man injured
Omar welcomes relaxation in lockdown 5.0, says MHA order has big changes
District administration Rajouri accelerates fight against COVID-19
District administration conducts COVID-19 tests of vegetable vendors in Doda
Jammu gets 100 bedded Ayush Hospital, Dr Yudhvir Gupta nominated in the supervisory committee
Formation of JKSEBCC unconstitutional: PCC OBC Deptt
Govt evacuates 102,972 stranded JK residents; 72,589 via Lakhanpur, 30,383 through COVID special trains
Incessant rains make Srinagar, other parts of Kashmir chilly
GGF distributes relief at Kashmiri Pandit Sabha
VC SKUAST-Jammu discussed hill agriculture for self-reliant India in a webinar
Erudite Events conducts webinar on career counseling
J&K Shiv Sena demands month-long Amarnath Yatra from July 2
Elements trying to paint domicile rules as alteration of demography: ASKPC
Wearing face mask can limit corona spread even at home: TMF
SUF demands reservation of 10 PoJK seats for Sikhs, refugees
Wadehra remembered on 18th death Anniversary
Release PF of disengaged workers, demands Ex-MLA Ashok Kumar
Narcotic smuggler held with 05 grams of heroin
MARG organizes sanitization-cum-awareness camp
TNWS honours PDD workers as corona warriors
BJP frames committees for “Digital Sampark Abhiyaan” in J&K
Enhancement of fuel prices at present juncture amounts to extortion: Harsh
DDC Kathua inspects RDD works at various Blocks
Sikh community in J&K demands six assembly seats, implementation of minority commission
SOPs must be followed by All, cancel Darbar Move: Brig Gupta
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