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Another ‘major offensive’ against terror in Kashmir soon !
350 additional companies to coordinate with police, Army
7/28/2022 11:22:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 28: In a bid to gear up the ongoing process of peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir, New Delhi is contemplating another “major offensive” against terror in the valley soon. Sources said the central government has recently discussed the issue of “major offensive” against the terror network at a high level meeting, particularly in Kashmir region. Sources said the offensive was likely to be launched in the second half of the month of August when around 350 additional companies of central armed police forces, presently deployed for a specific duty in the valley, would be relieved of that existing assignment. A senior official told the Early Times on the condition of anonymity that in the wake of extraordinary security arrangements for some ongoing events of religious significance coupled with the preparedness for the upcoming Independence Day celebrations, “the movement and activities of the terror groups have been paralyzed.” “See given the security preparedness across the region, while most them (terrorists) have already been neutralized, othe...
Lt Governor launches “Green Jammu & Kashmir Drive”
Says protection, conservation of natural resources top most priority
7/28/2022 11:22:18 PM
Early Times Report Samba, July 28: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today launched the “Green Jammu & Kashmir Drive” here from AIIMS Vijaypur. The target for the current year is planting of 1.5 cr saplings. To mark the day, the Lt Governor felicitated Village Panchayat Plantation Committees for outstanding performance in plantation drives in their respective panchayats. Notified Jammu and Kashmir Social Forestry (Plantation) Rules-2022 were also unveiled on the occasion. The Lt Governor rei...
Nobody should object to flag at home: Omar
7/28/2022 11:21:45 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 28: National Conference leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday said that there should no objection to the raising of the national flag at home. He, however, said no should be forced to hoist the flag. Why should anybody have an objection It is the flag of our country and the government has allowed us to unfurl it at home,? he told the media. At the same time there should not be any force in hoisting it. Nobody should stop anyone from unfurling the national flag too against his will and choice, he said. He said there were reports that school children were being asked to deposit money for the flag and salarie...
Historic Step: Govt renames 18 schools after martyrs
7/28/2022 11:21:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 28: Continuing the process to rename educational institutions after martyrs and eminent personalities, the Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday accorded the sanction to rename eighteen schools. According to an order issued by Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, Principal Secretary to the Government of J&K, the decision to rename these schools was taken in the Administrative Council (AC) meeting held under the chairmanship of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on July 22. Formal order to grant the sanction was issued on Thursday. It was clearly mentioned in the order that the School Education Department shall take immediate necessary steps including amending the records...
Mehbooba vows to retain party’s political space
PDP’s 23rd foundation day
7/28/2022 11:21:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 28: As almost all senior leaders have abandoned the party after enjoying power, former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is fighting alone to retain PDP’s space in the politics of Jammu and Kashmir. On November 2, 2002 when Mufti Mohammad Sayeed had taken oath as Chief Minister of the erstwhile state of J&K his party, the PDP had created history by attaining power within a period of just three-year, after its formation. PDP was founded by Mufti Sayeed along with a dozen of his loyalists on July 28, 1999 and the party had achieved power by the end of the year 2002. Despite having 16 MLA in his kitty Mufti became Chief Minister of coalition with Congress, havin...
Inclement weather leads to suspension of Amarnath Yatra
7/28/2022 11:21:18 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 28: Amarnath yatra has been temporarily suspended from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes due to inclement weather on Thursday, officials said. They said no yatri was allowed to proceed from traditional Nunwan Pahalgam base camp in south Kashmir today due to inclement weather. The pilgrims bound to Amarnath cave shrine to pay obeisance were also not allowed to proceed from the halting points of Chandanwari and Panjtarni. It was still raining at several places on the route and on Wednesday there had been heavy showers on the track?, they said. Keeping in view the weather conditions the authorities decided to suspend the yatra until the weather improves?, ...
PM Modi to chair NITI Aayog Governing Council meeting
7/28/2022 11:21:10 PM
Agencies New Delhi, July 28: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair NITI Aayog’s Governing Council meeting on August 7 and issues related to economy, agriculture and health are expected to be taken up for discussions, according to official sources. The council, the apex body of NITI Aayog, includes all Chief Ministers, Lieutenant Governors of Union Territories, and several Union ministers. Modi is the Chairman of NITI Aayog. The official sources on Thursday said the council is expected to discuss issues related to implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP), urban governance, health and crop diversification. Besides, issues pertaining to the economy, achieving self-suffici...
Heavy rains cause flash floods in Kashmir
7/28/2022 11:21:03 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 28: Srinagar and other major parts of the Kashmir valley received heavy rainfall, which inundated many low lying areas and caused flash floods on Thursday. The Meteorological Department forecast widespread light to moderate rain in the next 24 hours. Srinagar and nearby areas received heavy rainfall overnight, causing waterlogging in many lanes and bylanes of the city. People alleged that bad drainage forced the rainwater to seep into houses at various places including Shaheedgunj. The office of Greater Kashmir newspaper was waterlogged due to flash floods at the Industrial Estate on the outskirts of Srinagar. About three feet of water flooded the gr...
Schools shut in Ramban
7/28/2022 11:20:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 28: Authorities rescued students and teachers trapped in a government school after heavy rainfall triggered flash floods inundating many areas of the Jammu region on Thursday, officials said. Dozens of houses and structures were damaged, some bridges washed away and scores of vehicles stuck on roads and highways in various districts of the region, they said. The Jammu-Srinagar national highway was closed for traffic in the morning due to landslides and shooting stones in Ramban district. In Jammu, police and locals swung into action and rescued students and teachers trapped in a school building due to flash floods in the Muthi-Udhaywala area, the officia...
ACB arrests Field Supervisor for accepting bribe of Rs. 17,000
7/28/2022 11:20:46 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 28: Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) trapped and arrested Manzoor Ahmad, Field Supervisor, JK SC, ST & OBC Development Corporation, Baramulla for demanding and accepting bribe of Rs. 17,000 ACB received a complaint against the Field Supervisor for allegedly accepting bribe of Rs. 15,000 and demanding bribe of Rs. 4,000 from complainant for processing his loan case. The complainant alleged that he is running a Kiryana shop at old Town Baramulla and to expand his business about six months ago he had applied for loan under the scheme from SC, ST & OBC Development Corporation Baramulla. The interest rate for the said loan is 6 percent for which he was eligible....
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