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We will not buy but establish peace by smashing terror eco-system: LG Sinha
8/2/2022 11:04:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: Asserting that the Jammu and Kashmir government is capable to smash the ecosystem of terrorism from its roots, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday said his administration in the Valley is committed to establishing sustainable peace in the Union Territory. “Instead of following the past practice of buying peace by holding talks with terrorists, we will establish peace by eradicating terrorism from the soil of Jammu and Kashmir", he said during an interaction with a national TV channel. The Lieutenant Governor said the security forces have gained the upper hand in countering terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and are working to destroy the terror ecosystem in the Union Territory. During the last seven months of this year, 130 terrorists have been eliminated including 37 foreigners. “As of now, there is not even a single top commander of terrorist outfits is alive. All dreaded terrorists have been eliminated by the security forces”, he said. When asked about fear psychosis among residents of Kashmir after the recent spurt in the selective ki...
1500 waterbodies to be rejuvenated in J&K by Aug 2023
8/2/2022 11:03:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: The Union Government has set a target of rejuvenating and reviving about 50,000 water bodies across the country by August 2023 to rise the level of groundwater. Bishweswar Tudu, Minister of State for Jal Shakti informed the Rajya Sabha that the "Amrit Sarovar Mission" has been launched in April 2022 with the aim to develop and rejuvenate 75 water bodies of size one acre or more, in each district of the country. With a target of 75 water bodies in one district, 1500 water bodies to be rejuvenated in across J&K. "This Mission has been launched with a whole of government approach, with the participation of six Ministries/Departments of Government of I...
Killed in Baramulla gunfight, Army sniffer dog carried camera along
8/2/2022 11:03:49 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: The brave sniffer dog of the Indian Army, who was recently killed in a gunfight with terrorists in Baramulla was specially trained to carry a camera along for live shooting of the encounters. Highly placed sources told the Early Times that the two-year-old assault dog by the name of Axel, who was hit around the head by three bullets and killed instantly after being sent to sniff out the terror location, was carrying a special camera along on his back for the operation. Sources said Axel was specially-trained to carry “back-mounted” camera for the live video footage of the encounter spots to be monitored at control rooms. Born on June 26, 2020, the Ax...
BSF fires at suspected drone in Kanhachak
8/2/2022 11:03:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: The alert troops of Border Security Force fired at a flying object with blinking light, suspected to be drone along the international border in Kanhachak sector of Jammu.A BSF official here on Tuesday said that late last night BSF troops fired at an unidentified flying object with blinking light in Kanhachak area as it tried to cross International Border. "The blinking light was not observed by troops thereafter but the search of area is in progress along with police and other agencies. Nothing has been recovered so far," he added. Earlier on July 23, BSF troops spotted drone close to the international border in the same sector. On July 16 and on July...
Will fill 84,600 paramilitary vacancies by next year: Centre
8/2/2022 11:03:34 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Aug 2: Over 84,600 posts are lying vacant in six paramilitary forces, including CRPF and BSF, while 1.12 lakh posts were filled up in these forces in the last three years, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai told Lok Sabha today. Mr Rai said as that according to the instructions of the Department of Personnel and Training, 10 per cent vacancies in the paramilitary forces are reserved for ex-servicemen up to the level of assistant commandant to be filled by direct recruitment. Further, he said, in-principle approval has been given for reservation of 10 per cent of vacancies for ex-Agniveers in the recruitment to the post of constable (general duty) and r...
Grenade blast near police post in Gool, JKGF claims responsibility: ADGP Jammu Zone
8/2/2022 11:03:26 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: A grenade blast took place near Police Post Ind on Tuesday morning in Gool sub division of Ramban district in Jammu and Kashmir. Additional Director General of Police Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh in a message said that a grenade blast has occurred near the premises of police post Ind which falls in the jurisdiction of Police Station Gool. "A letter has also been found claiming it to be done by Jammu Kashmir Gaznavi Force," he said. The teams of Special Operation Group and army have been mobilzed for cordon and search operation. A case has been registered and investigation in progress, said the top cop. Earlier, Senior Superintendent of Police, Ramban, Mo...
Amarnath Yatra resumes on twin routes
8/2/2022 11:02:56 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 2: The annual Amarnath Yatra resumed on Tuesday from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes after remaining suspended temporarily for a day due to inclement weather, officials said. They said fresh batches of pilgrims were allowed to proceed from the traditional Nunwan-Pahalgam base camp and the shorter Baltal via Dumail amid clear and dry weather conditions. As many as 633 pilgrims, including 105 women, five sadhus and five children proceed via Domail to undertake the trek to the Himalayan cave shrine. A total of 198 pilgrims were also airlifted from the Baltal base camp to Amarnath for prayers till 11 am. Devotees were also allowed to proceed from the trad...
Over 500 pilgrims leave from Jammu
8/2/2022 11:02:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: A batch of 570 pilgrims on Tuesday left the Bhagwati Nagar base camp here to pay obeisance at the 3,880-metre-high cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas, officials said. The 43-day Yatra began on June 30 from the twin routes -- the traditional 48-km from Nunwan in Pahalgam in south Kashmir's Anantnag, and the 14-km shorter but steep Baltal route in Ganderbal district of central Kashmir. The 33rd batch of pilgrims left in a convoy of 21 vehicles amid heavy security of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), they said. According to officials, 346 pilgrims heading for Baltal were the first to leave the Jammu base camp in 10 vehicles fol...
HC quashes FIR against then CEO JMC, others
8/2/2022 11:02:45 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 2: Justice Javed Iqbal Wani of Jammu & Kashmir High Court quashed an FIR registered by Vigilance Organziation Jammu (now ACB) against Rajesh Gupta, CEO, Madan Lal, AEO, Kuldeep Kumar, EI of Municipal Corporation Jammu & beneficiary. The case put by petitioners is that they are officials of Jammu Municipal Corporation, Jammu (hereinafter for the sake of brevity is referred to as “JMC”) and petitioner 1 is working as Chief Enforcement Officer whereas petitioner 2 is working as Assistant Enforcement Officer and petitioner 3 is working as Enforcement Officer. It is maintained by petitioners that all of them have to their credit unblemished long service ca...
COVID-19: J&K reports 741 fresh cases
8/2/2022 11:02:39 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 2:The Government today informed that 741 fresh positive cases of novel Corona virus (COVID-19)have been reported today; 226 from Jammu division and 515 from Kashmir division, thus taking the total number of positive cases to 465904. Also, 01 COVID death has been reported from Jammu division. Moreover, 445 more COVID-19 patients have recovered and been discharged from various hospitals including 184 from Jammu division and 261 from Kashmir division. According to the daily Media Bulletin on novel Corona virus (Covid-19), out of 465904 positive cases, 4846 are Active Positive (1663 in Jammu Division and 3183 in Kashmir Division), 456285 have recovered...
GOC 16 Corps visits forward posts in Poonch
8/2/2022 11:02:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: General Officer Commanding, 16 Corps, Lieutenant General Manjinder Singh on Tuesday visited forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district and reviewed the security situation, officials said. Lt Gen Singh visited troops of Ace of Spades Gunners deployed on LoC in Mendhar sector, the officials said. He reviewed the operational preparedness of troops along LoC, they said. Lt Gen Singh also appreciated the high standards of professionalism and operational preparedness while felicitating the valiant soldiers....
Use tricolour as profile picture on social media accounts: Shah urges people
8/2/2022 11:02:26 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Aug 2: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday urged people to put the national flag as the profile picture of their social media accounts. In his Mann ki Baat radio broadcast on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said the 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' is turning into a mass movement and urged people to put 'Tiranga' as the profile picture of their social media accounts between August 2 and 15. "Have changed the DP of my social media accounts to Tiranga on PM Narendra Modi Ji's clarion call to celebrate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. I urge all to change the DP of your social media accounts to Tiranga to show your love and respect towards the National flag," Shah sai...
Landslide blocks Mughal Road
8/2/2022 11:02:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 2: Vehicular traffic on the historic Mughal Road in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir was suspended on Tuesday after it was hit by a massive landslide, officials said. The road, which connects Poonch and Rajouri districts in Jammu region with south Kashmir's Shopian, is an alternative road to the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway. The Mughal Road was blocked due to landslide triggered by heavy rains in Poshana area, thereby bringing the traffic to halt, they said. The clearance of the road is in process, they said. Commuters are requested to know the status of Mughal Road from traffic units in Jammu and Srinagar before planning any journey, they s...
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