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'Moderate your rhetoric otherwise you will end up losing PoK'
Mr Khan nuclear war is no cricket match
9/18/2019 10:30:51 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 18: The renewed tension between India and Pakistan indicates that there is a bleak possibility about normalcy returning to Kashmir soon. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Since the day Jammu & Kashmir has been reorganized Pakistan has been making a lot of noise and has been threatening about a nuclear war breaking about between the two countries. Entire world is aware of the fact that Pakistan Army can not match the skills of the Indian Army and if it makes any attempt to indulge in any sort of misadventure it will get a befitting reply. Defeat of Pakistan Army in the conventional war is inevitable." Referring to the recent statements coming from the Indian side, the analyst said, "Pakistan resorting to war mongering and issuing threats seems to have made the resolve of the Indian leaders to liberate Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) more firm. They have been conveying to Pakistan through various channels to moderate their rhetoric over K...
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Possible infiltration from Poonch Sector puts Jammu on alert
9/18/2019 10:30:37 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 18: Amid reports of possible infiltration into Jammu region from Poonch sector during the recent spells of shelling by Pakistani forces, the Jammu city is on alert, sources told Early Times. Sources said that the intelligence agencies have inputs that since the abrogation of Article 370 on Aug 5, around sixty foreign terrorists may have infiltrated into Jammu and Kashamir that a few such spaces have sneaked in from the Jammu province. Sources said that security forces are fully prepared to thwart any attempt from Pakistan to disrupt peace in the city of temples and that was the situation being monitored while the intelligence network has been put on tente...
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JK Admin to trash SRO 202 before Oct 31, this year
Relief for qualified youth in offing
9/18/2019 10:30:31 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 18: The Jammu and Kashmir administration is all set scrap the anti-youth SRO 202 which was enacted in the state in a bid to give peanuts to the highly qualified youth in the name of salary. As per the sources who have been privy to these vital developments, the government here has taken serious note about certain contents of the Job policy in accordance to which no salary is given to the new appointees for the minimum period of five years and they are being told to remain contend with the mere honorarium. However, there are reports that under the new set of rules which will come into force from Oct 31, 2019, the SRO 202 is likely to become thing of a pas...
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Dev works now rely on local labourers
9/18/2019 10:30:18 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 18: As developmental works have been affected in Kashmir due to leaving of non-local labourers, the authorities have directed government officers to explore the possibilities of engaging local labourers for resumption of works. The non-local labourers who have been working on several developmental projects or running their own shops have left the valley. These days rarely any non-local labourer could be found across the Valley. "The works have been stopped on developmental projects. Construction works will be restarted only when skilled labourers are available here," the official said. For resumption of developmental works, the ...
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J&K governor says Jammu, Srinagar will have 24-hour power supply in winters
9/18/2019 10:30:03 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 18: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday said Jammu and Srinagar will enjoy 24-hour power supply in the winters. Malik was speaking at the inauguration of 15 power projects in Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh and laying of the foundation stone for another 20 projects in the three regions. On the occasion, he also took a swipe at ministers for saying Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK ) was the next target of the Centre. He said the credit for unint...
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5 vegetable and fruit market projects halted by Horticulture dept due to paucity of funds
9/18/2019 10:29:43 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 18: Nearly five vegetable and fruit markets (Mandies) projects have kept in languish by Department of Horticulture due to paucity of funds. Well placed sources informed Early Times that the work of five Fruit & vegetable markets at Bishnah, Batote, Akhnoor phase-II, Rajouri, Poonch and Doda were announced by department of horticulture under centrally sponsored scheme but given inordinate delay in releasing funds by the union government, these projects have been craving for funds, the reason best known to authority concerned. "Every year, the government allocated funds for the development of these mandies under capex budet, ironically this year the governme...
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Development in J&K will prompt people in PoK to revolt and join India: Governor
9/18/2019 10:29:32 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 18: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday said that instead of taking over Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) by force, the development in Jammu and Kashmir should prompt the people on the other side of Line of Control (LoC) to "revolt" and join India. Addressing a function here, Malik said that some ministers have been talking about taking back PoK from Pakistan by force. "I have been seeing from the past 10 to 15 days that many of our ministers, who do not get to talk on international matters, have been repeatedly talking about invading PoK, taking it back etc. My belief is that if PoK is the next target, we can take it on the basis on t...
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Kishtwar administration issue advisory to Schools, colleges
9/18/2019 10:29:25 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 18: Keeping in view of ongoing situation that has arosed in wake of aftermath of weapon snatching and hostage crisis at PDP leader residence that lead to the District Administration today issued formal advisory to schools and colleges not to allow the students to leave the institution in case similar situation has arisen that will force the administration to impose Curfew added that it will be the responsibility of the District Administration to drop and felicitate the safe passage to school and college students upto home. As per the details available with Early Times, the decision to issue the advisory by the District Administration come...
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3 years on, Power Transmission Station for industries yet to see light of day
9/18/2019 10:29:14 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Sept 18: The Power Development Department (PDD) authorities of Sub-Transmission Division have failed to start the industries sponsored power station here though the latter paid a whopping amount of about approximately Rs 1.65 crore for that. Sources informed that about two years back, the Department of Industries and Commerce dedicated a power project for Battal Ballian industries for the supply of electricity but nothing has been done so far by th...
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Terror groups sealing shops, pasting threatening posters a regular feature in Kashmir
9/18/2019 10:28:55 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 18: Armed militants are trying to spread fear among residents and defy the administration by forcibly shutting shops, sometimes by walking into the premises and intimidating owners, through threats made in posters that appear on walls overnight or by sealing shutters with tape, officials here say. Jammu and Kashmir Police has officially kept mum with no one willing to come on record, but officials said on condition of anonymity that the situation could be slipping out of their hands. The incidents of terrorists sealing shops and posters, both handwritten and typed, being pasted in markets, mosques and other areas with do and don''t diktats from different...
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Munish asks people to arise, play proactive role for development
9/18/2019 10:28:40 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 18: Editor, Early Times, Munish Gupta on Wednesday asked people to arise and play a proactive role in putting Jammu on path of long due development. Carrying forward his mass contact programme in old Satwari Jammu cantt., Munish said, "People are the torch bearers of any society and they have to lead from the front to get their rights which unfortunately remained out of their reach during all these years largely due to the failed politicians." He said, "The poli...
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Will distribute my salary among needy'
9/18/2019 10:28:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu: Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, has said that if he wins the forthcoming Assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency he would distribute his monthly salary among the needy people in his constituency. "It's my promise to you people that besides carrying out development work, I would distribute my salary among the needy people. I assure you that I would not take any money from anyone, nor would I remain inaccessible. Whenever you need me I will be available," Munish said. ...
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Major reshuffle in JK administration: 3 IAS, 49 KAS officer transferred
Pathak PS Social Welfare, Rifat AC State Taxes
9/18/2019 10:10:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 18: In a major reshuffle in J&K administration, governor's administration today transferred 52 officers including three IAS officers and 49 KAS in two different orders. Moreover, the Deputy Commissioner Jammu Sushma Chouhan with additional charge has been made Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Special Purpose Vehicle for Jammu City for implementation of the Smart City. As per order number 1031-GAD of 2019, dated 18-09-2019 Niraj Kumar, IAS Additional Secretary to the Government, Technical Education Department, is transferred and posted as Additional Secretary to the Government, Social Welfare Department. Altaf Ahmad Khan, KAS, Additional Deputy Commissioner, ...
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3 BSNL Exchanges defunct in Mendhar
9/18/2019 10:09:50 PM
MS Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, Sept 18: As much as 3 BSNL exchanges are said to be non functional in subdivision Mendhar which include Harni , Dubraj and Dhargaloon areas , sources said here today . Sources said that six hundred landline connections were active and two hundred more connections were activated in the district after august 5, when Government of India revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. They said despite tireless efforts stress is being laid on the proper functioning of BSNL Exchange in the district so that people may not face any diificulty so far as communication facility is concerned but non functioning of the three exchanges in Mendhar sub division wa...
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DIV Com Ladakh chairs Civil military liaison
Kranti Social & Education Foundation Trust organized a medical awareness camp
PDD employee to hold 72 hours strike against unbundling JKPDD
Khajuria, Sethi distribute ration among inmates of Deaf & Dumb Ashram
One day awareness programme organized
Commissioner FDA reviews functioning of department
BJP gen secy (org) B L Santosh arrives in Jammu on maiden visit
111 kilograms of polythene seized
People stage protest against PDD
Ex Legislator starts UEED works in Ward 35
Abrogation of 370,35A great decision of centre: Sharma
Rs 9.47 lakh compensation provided under SDRF
Congress expresses concern over privatization of PDD, penalties under MV Act
JSSJ student outperforms in U-17 badminton championship
New India Assurance launches drive to insure uninsured vehicles
Power shut down
Awareness programme on SWD organized
Mahajan demands up gradation of District Hospital Jagti
Residents of Channi Himmat facing problem of poor service of BSNL Broadband
Police register kidnapping case
Pak is responsible for plight of Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir: KPC
ABVP celebrates 126th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's Chicago speech
JU celebrates world ozone day
GDC Kathua starts campaign on Swachhta Hi Sewa
Rajouri PG College forms Alumni Association
Shamsher Singh visits Khour block, urges to avoid single use of plastic
Disaster Management awareness camp held
MAM, SPMR colleges become chess champions
JW, LCC register wins in JSK Range Friendship Cricket Cup
Seminar on Gandhian philosophy held
Light Vocal Solo competition held on 4th day
DPS Nagbani holds workshop on assessment system
Symposium on "Ozone Layer Depletion & Climate Change" organized
SK Sharma's book on Hindustani stage play "Parwaaz" released
IGP Visits Kishtwar, Doda to review security scenario
Army takes down Pak intruder
IECS students excel in debate competition
Div Com reviews availability, supply of construction material in Jammu
DPS Jammu wins Inter-District Fencing Championship
CVC chairs meeting of District Vigilance Officers
Centre's power push in J&K, RK Singh inagurates 15 projects
Ganai chairs 81st meeting of Provident Fund Organisation
Kansal inspects pace of work on upcoming Govt quarters at Jammu
Ganai chairs 81st meeting of Provident Fund Organisation
PIL highlighting deficiency of sports facilities in J&K
Nine mortar shells found along LoC, defused
Delay in bunkers construction annoys residents in J&K's bordering districts
Police remand of 3 JeM terrorists extended by 5 days
Advisor Skandan to hear public grievances at Jammu on Sept 20
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