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J&K has become poor after its transition into UT: Azad
‘Of 13000 industries in Jammu, 7500 are shut; in Kashmir all units are closed’
12/1/2021 10:47:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Former J&K Chief Minister and veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday said that J&K has become poor since its transition into a Union Territory. Azad while talking to reporters here said, “There were 13000 industries in Kathua, Samba and Jammu before J&K was downgraded into a UT. At present 7500 industries in these areas are closed. In Kashmir all industries are shut.” He said, “The erstwhile State has become poor during the past two years and the promises of development were just eyewash. Things are bad from Ladakh to Lakhanpur.” Azad said, “J&K natives are being deprived of jobs. In the past two years our region has moved 30-years backward. Political parties should realize that they can no longer raise hollow slogans and should not repeat the mistakes that were committed in the past. All the parties did get a chance to rule J&K in the past.” He said, ‘We have started a struggle to get the State back. Political parties should sto...
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Downgrading JK made no sense: Omar Abdullah
12/1/2021 10:47:23 PM
Early Times Report Bhaderwah/Jammu, Dec 1: National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said revocation of Article 370 was in BJP's manifesto but there is no logic behind withdrawal of statehood and division of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. He also accused the BJP of misleading the country by "false propaganda" to justify its action of August 5, 2019 and said the security situation has deteriorated to such an extent that "one cannot feel safe in any part of Kashmir owing to growing militancy which was evident from the selective killings including that of Kashmiri Pandits in the recent past". The former chief minister and National Conference vice president was s...
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NC helping BJP indirectly: Sajad Lone
12/1/2021 10:47:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Amid the ongoing “verbal duel” between Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and J&K Apni Party, Sajad Gani Lone, chairman of Peoples’ Conference charged National Conference (NC) with ‘indirectly’ supporting the BJP. Lone countered NC vice president Omar Abdullah in which he blamed Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for the abrogation of Article 370. “It was National Conference which had allied with BJP much before the formation of PDP-BJP government in J&K”, Lone reminded Omar Abdullah and recalled that despite being in alliance with BJP, the greater autonomy resolution passed by the NC government was thrown into the dustbin by the BJP led NDA government at the Centre....
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Drug Addiction J&K data tabled in Rajya Sabha paints gloomy picture
12/1/2021 10:46:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Notwithstanding tall claims of the authorities to intensify the campaign against the drug mafia, the menace of drug addiction is slowly gripping the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. During the last three years, there is an increase in the registration of cases under the Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act which is a clear indication that this menace is spreading in the Union Territory As per data tabled in the Rajya Sabha, in the year 2018, 938 cases under this Act were registered. This number jumped to 1173 in 2019 and 1222 in the year 2020. Recently, during the first meeting of the committee of the narco coordination centre at Jammu, it was inf...
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JK UT has 5500 HIV-positive patients, cases on rise in Jammu
12/1/2021 10:46:49 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 1: The prevalence of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) that causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) has slowly tightened its grip on Jammu and Kashmir as over 5500 patients, have been tested HIV positive in the Jammu and Kashmir so far. According to figures, over 5500 people have been detected in J&K so far. “Majority of them are from Jammu region. Jammu, having the maximum fluctuating population, has reported the highest number of HIV patients”, the officials said. The number of patients infected by HIV has shown an upward trend over the years. It has mainly been attributed to greater use of drugs than sexual transmission. ...
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Jaish IED expert among 2 militants killed in Pulwama
12/1/2021 10:46:44 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 1: A local commander of the Jaish-e-Mohammed, who was also an expert in making improvised explosives device (IED) for the outfit, and a foreign militant were killed in an encounter in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday morning, police said. Police has termed the killing of the Jaish commander Yasir Parray, an IED expert and Furqan, a foreign militant as a "big success." They said the gunfight erupted at Qasbayar village in Rajpur Pulwama when a joint of team of the different security forces launched a search operation in the area following an input about the presence of militants in the area. Police said two militants were killed in t...
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Traffic cop shot at in Srinagar
12/1/2021 10:46:40 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 1: A traffic policeman was injured in a suspected militant attack in Srinagar’s old city on Wednesday evening, officials said. They said a traffic police man, identified as Mohammad Abdullah, was fired upon near Gani Memorial Stadium in the old city. “He was rushed to a nearby hospital,” officials added. The areas where the incident was reported has been cordoned off by the forces to nab the attacker. Senior security officials have rushed to the area....
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Terrorist incidents declined in JK after Article 370 abrogation: Govt
12/1/2021 10:46:36 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Dec 1: The number of terrorist incidents in Jammu and Kashmir during a period of 841 days after Article 370 was revoked dipped to 496 from the 843 cases reported in a same span of time prior to the abrogation, the government informed Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said during April 16, 2017 to August 04, 2019, 843 terrorist incidents were reported in Jammu and Kashmir in which 86 civilians and 78 army personnel were killed. During the period August 05, 2019 to November 22, 2021 (841 days after the abrogation), 496 terrorists incidents have been reported from Jammu and Kashmir in which 79 civilians and 45 army personnel...
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Fake currency racket: NIA court frames charges against 2 ISI agents
12/1/2021 10:46:31 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 1: Special Judge NIA Sunit Gupta today framed charges under Section 17 of UA(P) Act and 489-B/489-C RPC Ashok Kumar and Bilal Ahmed an alleged ISI agent. The case is that on November 6, 2014 PSI Rahul Mahajan I/C P/P Parade along with his subordinates was on patrolling duty at Parade ground. As the party reached near Brahmna Shaba Parade three persons after observing the police party tried to ran away from the spot who were apprehended by the police party. On interrogation, they had disclosed their names and particulars as Bilal Ahmed S/O Abdul Rehman R/O Drungbal Baramulla, Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din S/O Mohammad Yousaf Akhnoon R/O Haripora Baramulla and Ashok K...
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9 months on, Early Times without Govt advts; staffers stage silent-protests outside DIPR office
Is writing against corruption a sin, ask protesters
12/1/2021 10:44:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Stating that the Directorate of Information and Public Relations has pushed them to edge, the staffers of the daily Early Times on Wednesday staged protests here against the DIPR for stopping government advertisements to the English newspaper. Holding placards, the ET employees including those from the Editorial, Human Resource and Printing Press held a silent sit-in outside the DIPR office here. The staffers, who later submitted a memorandum to the Directo...
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2 years on, JE reluctant to release payment despite completion of work
12/1/2021 10:32:34 PM
Ajay Sharma Early Times Report Sunderbani, Dec 1: For no apparent reasons, Junior Engineer Nalamakol Panchayat appears to be reluctant to release payment for the work already completed, despite passage of two long years. According to aggrieved contractors, the Junior Engineer is not listening to their pleas despite completion of work in stipulated time. “We are not asking for any payment for the incomplete work, but for the work already completed,” said aggrieved, adding that Junior Engineer has allegedly released payment for the works which are not even visible on the ground. Aggrieved contractors also stated that they are even ready to co-operate for physical verification of the w...
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Div Com visits Mantalai, Sudhmahadev; listens to public grievances, reviews progress on Yoga centre
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GDC Ukhral organizes Seminar on Cyber Crime
Weekly Block Diwas: Public Grievance redressal camp held at Baggan- Billawar
Dr. Rohit Sharma from SKUAST-Jammu gets best Paper Award
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COVID-19: Ladakh reports 38 fresh cases
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Cycle tracks with state-of-art facilities in Jammu soon
Ladakh’s dark sky reserve project must follow international standards: LAHDC chairman
15 SDRF Jammu personnel promoted to next rank
KVK Reasi organizes vocational training programme for farm women
Power shut down
Inter-College Sports tournament of Cluster University begins at GGM Science College
End of Art 370 permanent, Farooq’s gimmicks can’t bring back ‘special status’: Kavinder
CME on “ERRORS OF MEDICATION” organised
NC playing deceit politics in Jammu, Kashmir : Vakil
GDC RS Pura launches Clean India Programme
JTC protests enters 425th day
MD Maa Bawe Walli Records organises langar at GMC Jammu
Opposition working on hollow slogans : Sat
GDC Basohli organises online lecture on “Cybercrime Jaagrookta Diwas”
BSF celebrates 57th raising day with zest, zeal in Kashmir
GDC Jourian organises “Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas”
YCET organizes webinar on “Startup Entrepreneur”
Ju organizes online career counselling programme
Government should stop harassing farmers: Shiv Sena
Centre for Financial Literacy launched at Suchetgarh
NSS GGM Science College organizes Clean India Awareness
Tajinder expresses concern over POJK DP's issues
Anti Crime Team honors SHO Davinder Singh
Don't hanker for posts, work for J&K people: Rajesh Gupta tells AAP workers
Congress leader Thakur Hoshiar Singh Chib expresses concern over pathetic condition of road
Weekly Block Diwas: DC Kishtwar listens to grievances of people at Chatroo
Ramban admin organises Youth Cultural Festival ; Local artists enthral audience
NH-44 four laning project: DC Ramban inspects progress of work
Enforcement teams recover Rs 50,400 fine from violators in Ramban
Weekly Block Diwas, Yogyata Se Rozgar Mahotsav held across Doda district
DDC Chairperson conducts public outreach programme at Gandhri; Launches construction work of Gandhri to Tangar road
DC Ramban conducts public outreach programme at Kanthi
DC Ramban chairs District Level Armed Forces Flag Day Committee meeting
DC Reasi visits far flung area of Bhomag; holds public grievances redressal camp at GHSS Tote; Reviews development projects
Arrangements for Armed Forces Flag Day finalised in Rajouri
Reasi administration retrieves 2536 kanal state land in Nov 2021
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