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Help me to pull J&K out of fear, helplessness: Azad to people
9/15/2022 10:56:19 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 15: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday sought support of the people to take the Union Territory out of the shadows of “fear, unemployment and helplessness”. Azad, who quit the Congress last month, said he will not rake up emotive issues like “freedom”, “autonomy” or “self-rule”, but will only talk about issues which can be achieved. “I am not like those leaders that I will play with your sentiments to win elections,” he said, addressing a public meeting at Dak Bungalow in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district. Azad said there are two ways to become a leader — one by raking up emotive slogans and the other by talking only about those issues which are under his control. “I will say you will get freedom. But, you will not get it. Have you got it from the last 75 years? I will say you will get autonomy (NC’s plank) or the self-rule (PDP’s plank). Many elections were fought on these slogans, you have experienced, but there have been no results. Instead, they have only added to the death count. So, why should I raise...
TRF: Lashkar offshoot in J&K
9/15/2022 10:56:11 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 15: After the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A in the month of August 2019, a new terrorist outfit in the name of TRF emerged in the spectrum of J&K's terrorism. Intelligence agencies said it was bid by Pakistan to give TRF an indigenous shade, but this outfit was backed by Lashkar-e-Taiba. Pakistan has been smuggling weapons from across the border to arm this terror outfit. The police have collected evidence to establish that TRF was basically an outfit of terrorists from the LeT and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). “Post-August 5 last year, there was international pressure on Pakistan to stop militancy, so Lashkar floated TRF. It is just a shadow of L...
Hybrid terrorist arrested in Reasi: Police
9/15/2022 10:56:03 PM
Early Times Report Reasi, Sept 15: An information received through reliable sources at Police Station Mahore that a person namely Zaffer Iqbal S/O Karim Baksh R/O Bal, Angralla tehsil mahore District Reasi is in touch with Terrorists handlers in Pakistan. Pertinantly his brother namely Mohd Ishaq was a terrorist of LET terrorist organisation and got killed in an encounter with Security forces in district Rajouri and reportedly one of his relative namely Abdul Rashid S/O Khushi Mohd R/o Ladh , Tehsil Mahore ,District Reasi is in Pakistan and is also working with terror groups. On this information case FIR No109/2022 U/S 120-B, 121, 121-A, 122, 123, 124 IPC stand registered at ...
2 clerics among 5 detained under preventive laws
9/15/2022 10:55:55 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 15: Five people, including two influential clerics, from south Kashmir were detained under preventive laws on Thursday, officials here said. Among those detained are Moulana Mushtaq Ahmad Veeri and Abdul Rashid Dawoodi, they said. The authorities are contemplating booking the clerics under the Public Safety Act and shifting them to a Jammu jail, they said. The PSA is an administrative law that allows detention without charge or trial for up to two years in some cases....
New innovations for greener alternatives need of hour: PM Modi
9/15/2022 10:55:50 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Sept 15: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday stressed on the need for automobile industry’s innovation for green alternatives to ensure protection and conservation of environment as well as help in making India self-reliant. In a written address to the annual session of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), Modi said, “Amrit Kaal is an opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency in every sector and the automobile sector is no exception.” The automobile sector has contributed to all-round development and growth of the economy through new avenues for employment generation, the Prime Minister said in his message read out by SIAM President Kenichi Ayuk...
Country’s security can’t be outsourced: Army Chief
9/15/2022 10:55:45 PM
Agencies Nagpur, Sept 15: Army Chief General Manoj Pande on Thursday said India’s dependence on imported technologies for defence has emerged as a “strategic vulnerability”, and stressed the need for self-sufficiency in the sector, saying country’s security can neither be outsourced nor be dependent on the largesse of others. Hostile and nuclear-armed neighbours and developments on the country’s borders with China have reinforced the need to maintain modern, agile and technologically empowered armed forces at all times, he said while highlighting the need to possess modern technological capabilities. In his video message addressed to the students of Visvesvaraya National Institute ...
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