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In 6 months, 21 employees, including two sons of Salahudin, terminated
Govt sacks six more ‘terror-friendly’ employees
9/22/2021 11:43:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 22: Intensifying campaign against ‘terrorist-friendly’ employees in the administration, the Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday sacked six more employees including two constables and two teachers. These employees have been terminated from service under sub-clause (c) of the provision of clause (2) of Article 311 of the Constitution of India in the interest of the nation. The designated committee constituted to single-out terror friendly employees in the Union Territory of J&K, has recommended termination of these in its meeting. These employees were working as overground workers (OGWs) for various terror outfits active in different parts of Jammu and Kashmir. Shockingly those terminating from government services including two constables of Jammu and Kashmir Police and their direct involvement in the terror activities have been established by the investigating agencies. Two teachers and an officer of Forest, and employ of Roads and Buildi...
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States to provide Rs 50,000 compensation for each Covid death: Centre
9/22/2021 11:43:17 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Sept 22: The families of those who die of Covid will receive Rs 50,000 ex gratia from the state governments, the Centre informed the Supreme Court today. Significantly, compensation will be paid against not only for deaths that have already occurred but for future ones, too, the court was told. The funds will be paid by state governments, sourced from their respective disaster response funds, and will be channelled through the District Disaster Management Authority or the district administrations, the government said in an affidavit filed before with the Supreme Court today. India has recorded over 4.45 lakh Covid-related deaths since the pandemic broke out in Jan...
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After 67 days, J&K records over 200 Covid cases in a day
9/22/2021 11:43:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 22: Even as authorities have given COVID relaxation due to improvement in the situation, for the first time after 67 days, Jammu and Kashmir recorded over 200 single day Corona positive cases on Wednesday. During the last 24 hours, 204 cases have been reported- 45 from the Jammu division and 159 from Kashmir Valley, taking the total count to 328418. Earlier on July 16, 203 cases were reported in the Union Territory. For the last two months, J&K is witnessing fluctuated trajectory of Corona cases. Reports said that Srinagar reported 80 cases, Baramulla 14, Budgam 28, Pulwama 7, Kupwara 4, Anantnag 5, Bandipora 7, Ganderbal 14, Kulgam 0, Shopian 0, Jamm...
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Anti-COVID measures helped Army to handle crisis in Ladakh: Gen Naravane
9/22/2021 11:42:31 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Sept 22: The measures taken by the Indian Army to protect its troops from COVID-19 in its initial phase last year benefitted it in tackling the Chinese aggression in Eastern Ladakh as it was in a high state of operational preparedness during that time, Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said on Wednesday. After the coronavirus-induced lockdown was imposed in March last year in the country, the Indian Army took strong measures to prevent Covid spread among its troops and imposed restrictions on them, and curtailed their physical interaction with the outside world. The Chinese aggression along the Northern borders in eastern Ladakh started shortly thereafter. “...
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‘Successful Jammu bandh vindicated Chamber’s stance’
9/22/2021 11:42:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 22: The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) Jammu on Wednesday expressed gratitude towards people of Jammu province especially the trader fraternity and Jammu High Court Bar Association and other Bars of Jammu province, Transporters and FOI for extending wholehearted support in making the Wednesday Bandh a great success. In a statement issued to media persons, CCI President Arun Gupta said that the overwhelming support which the Chamber has received from v...
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Security forces destroy sticky bombs in Poonch
9/22/2021 11:42:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 22: Security forces on Wednesday destroyed sticky bombs recovered nearly one month ago along with Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. Police said that the bombs were recovered around one month back and were destroyed along banks of a river near Bharirakh in Mendhar. “The bombs were recovered along with an IED on August 13 in Mendhar and were destroyed on the directions of a court,” they added. “During checking a suspicious person identified as Mehmood Hussain of Kasbalari was apprehended and during his personal search an IED having four sticky bombs and an amount of Rs 10500 have been recovered from his possessio...
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Amid searches in Uri, Baramulla, Sopore on high alert
9/22/2021 11:41:49 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 22: With the security forces and the intelligence agencies apprehending infiltration in Uri sector of north Kashmir, neighboring Baramulla town has been put on alert. Even as that Indian Army said on September 21 that it was engaged in a major operation in Jammu and Kashmir for the second day in a row following what is believed to be the “biggest infiltration attempt by terrorists from across the Line of Control in recent years,” an alert has been sounded in adjoining Baramulla and Sopore towns of the district. It’s pertinent to mention that the internet services and mobile phones have already been suspended in the Uri sector of north Kashmir since ...
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UNGA address will focus on Covid, terrorism, climate change: PM ahead of US visit
9/22/2021 11:41:39 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Sept 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said his visit to the United States would be an occasion to strengthen the Indo-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership and consolidate ties with Japan and Australia. In a statement just before leaving for the US, Modi said he will conclude his visit with an address at the United Nations General Assembly focusing on the pressing global challenges including the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to combat terrorism, climate change and other important issues. “I will be visiting the USA from 22-25 September, 2021 at the invitation of His Excellency President Joe Biden of the United States of America. During my visit, ...
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Connectivity brings growth and prosperity: LG
9/22/2021 11:41:31 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 22: Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today flagged off the first lot of 95 newly procured Buses of J&K Road Transport Corporation (JKRTC) and dedicated them to the service of people of J&K. The newly procured buses are part of the revival plan which involves a major expansion of JKRTC’s fleet with the addition of more than 500 new vehicles in a gradual manner. On the occasion, the Lt Governor said that by augmenting the fleet of busses, JKRTC will be in a posi...
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Div Com takes serious note of fake accounts on social media on his name
Civilian injured after soldier opens fire at him for snatching weapon
2 day visit of Union WCD Minister to Budgam concludes; inaugurates Sports stadium at Magam
Traders protest amidst Jammu bandh
2 nomads injured, dozens of sheep killed in cloudburst in Ganderbal
Admin should not undermine power of peaceful protest: JKHCBAJ
Gurez absolutely peaceful, tourists enjoying virgin beauty of this place: GoC 15 Crops
30 foreigners among 61.33 lakh tourists visit Jammu region by Sept mid
Missing since 2020, decomposed body of soldier recovered in Kulgam
Power shut down in several areas
Policeman killed while trying to enter into temple in north Kashmir
Despite awareness campaigns, cyber crime cases swell in Jammu
Union MoS for Education visiting Udhampur for 2 day Public outreach programme on Sept 24
23-year-old drowns in canal in Jammu
CJM Court Samba declares Police official ‘proclaimed absconder’
Many women issues resolved under Modi govt: Prerna
UK cleverly shifted onus away from vaccine & on to India’s certification process: Omar
GGM Science College organizes plantation drive under Poshan Maah
Admin aims to extend financial help to 2 lakh Jammu artisans, youth: LG Sinha
DC Samba reviews progress of Road projects, power scenario in the District
DIPR Cultural Wing Jammu organises musical event, Nukkad Natak on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav
DDC Rajouri inspects RDD works in block Doongi
DCC Kathua stages protest against opening of Reliance stores
NAUP opposes corporate ‘intrusion’ in Jammu
ADC Poonch presides over public hearing on minor mineral extraction
Weekly Block Diwas: DC Poonch listens to people’s issues at Loran
DC Kishtwar conducts inspectional tour of Paddar
ISM Deptt organizes free medical check-up camp at GDC Billawar
ABVP delegation calls on VC CLUJ, highlights students' issues
Inter Zone District Level Tournament commences in Reasi
GPGCW Gandhi Nagar organises Alumni Meet-MILAN-THE REUNION
GDC Bhaderwah organizes webinar on Climate Crisis
Online workshop on J&K RTE Rules concluded
Jammu people will not hesitate to repeat 2008 like agitation: Rajan Gupta
LJP protests opening of Reliance Stores in J&K
IIMC Jammu organises seminar on language journalism
Sant Samaj will look after temples of J&K: Mahant Rajesh Bittu
AAP leaders, activists arrested during protest in favour of Jammu traders
Hanuman Chalisa Paath begins at Shivji temple Vivekanand Chowk
SFAC organizes district level awareness camp for farmers
Capacity building programme for Teachers, Anganwari workers on water harvesting held at Ramban
DLSA Reasi conducts Legal Awareness Programme on Central, UT schemes, services
DC Ramban reviews progress of RDD works; asks newly registered contractors to participate in e-tendering process
Either jail or demise for terrorists under Modi regime: Kavinder
Places holding religious importance must be developed on priority: Sat
SS & DF take out protest rally against opening of Reliance Stores
Court grants relief to KP migrants, releases account of Relief Commissioner
Janata Dal (U) extends support to JCCI for Jammu bandh
I&B Minister Anurag Thakur to inaugurate 1st Himalayan Film Festival
HC quashes FIR against Journalist
Citizens' Forum hails decision to complete Tawi River Front project
Normal life hit as protests mark peaceful traders' strike in Jammu
BJP committed to provide basic amenities to people: Col Mahan
Samba Congress anguished over rising prices of essentials
Poonch traders protest against opening of Reliance stores in Jammu
KVK, Reasi organizes training programme on bio-fertilizers
Congress urges LG to declare September 23 as holiday
Hindi week culminates at office of Principal AG
Proper nutrition must for healthy lifestyle: Dr Ritu Singh Thakur
Kashmiri Khatri Hindu Maha Sabha expresses gratitude
Day-long special enrollment drive conducted in Pargwal
Samba police seizes six tractor trolleys
Bovine smuggling bid foiled in Marwah, Anantnag youth arrested by Kishtwar Police
Training programme on entrepreneurship development concludes at ACHR SKUAST-Jammu
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