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Neta’s arrest in Delhi adds to AAP ‘embarrassment’ in J&K
9/17/2022 10:45:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 17: The arrest of senior leader of the Aam Aadmi Party in the national capital has added to the alleged “embarrassment” of the AAP in Jammu and Kashmir as many of its cadres are quitting the party here. The Delhi Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) on September 16 arrested AAP leader Amanatullah Khan for his alleged involvement in a case of the Prevention of Corruption Act in managing affairs of the Delhi Waqf Board adding to the “fissures in the party struggling to make its impact” in Jammu and Kashmir for the last several years. No sooner, the news spread that Delhi ACB searched the AAP MLA's home and other sites on Friday and found Rs 12 lakh and an unauthorised weapon, many of the party cadres here and elsewhere in the Union Territory have decided to call it day. While dozens of the AAP leaders have already left the party, more resignations are expected in the coming days. “Why should one be with a party which swears by honesty and integrity but is facing serious corruption charges and arrests… This is disgusting,” said an observer. Apart...
Azad phobia grips grand-old-party: Cong taunts former J&K CM after defeating BJP in Leh by-polls
9/17/2022 10:45:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 17: Although Congress retained the seat in the by-poll by defeating the BJP candidate, the central leadership of the party mocked former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad after the declaration of the result. From Ladakh to Delhi, Congress leadership is elated over retaining the Timisgam seat in the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Leh. Although the party has just retained the seat that it had won in the 2020 elections, Congress leadership se...
Cong candidate retains Timisgam seat
9/17/2022 10:42:45 PM
Early Times Report Ladakh, Sept 17: Congress candidate Tashi Tundup won the by-election for the Temisgam constituency, by polling 861 votes against 588 polled by the BJPs Dorjay Namgyal. The LAHDC is controlled by BJP and Congress leadership is trying to give a message that it is the beginning of the downfall of the Saffron Party in Ladakh. Of the total 1460 votes cast, Congress got 861, BJP 588, and 14 NOTA were cast. By-elections had been held earlier this week on September 13. The poll was necessitated following the death of sitting Congress Councillor Sonam Dorjey. The LAHDC comprises 26 constituencies where the majority of elected members are from the BJP. In October 202...
Pak directing terrorists to target non-locals in Kashmir: Police
‘3 hybrid terrorists involved in Bihar laborer’s killing arrested in Bandipora’
9/17/2022 10:42:01 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 17: Pakistan is directing terror groups to intensify the killing of migrant labourers and non-locals to create terror and fear in the Kashmir Valley. Tasks have been given to hybrid terrorists to identify non-locals living in their areas and target them in a planned manner to force them to leave the Valley. These evil designs of Pakistan were exposed during the questioning of three terrorists arrested by Bandipora Police in connection with the killing of a migrant labourer. With the arrest of three hybrid terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terror outfit, Jammu and Kashmir police on Saturday claimed to solved the case of the killing of a migrant lab...
No serious efforts made for decades to reintroduce Cheetahs in India: PM Modi
9/17/2022 10:41:44 PM
Agencies Sheopur (Madhya Pradesh), Sept 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hit out at the previous governments, saying that no constructive efforts were made to reintroduce cheetahs in India after they became extinct from the country seven decades ago. He also said that Project Cheetah, under which the felines were reintroduced, was his government's endeavour towards environment and wildlife conservation. Prime Minister Modi, who turned 72 on Saturday, was speaking after releasing two of the eight cheetahs flown in from Namibia into special enclosures in the Kuno National Park (KNP) in the Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. "It is unfortunate that we declared cheetahs ...
Many didn’t celebrate Hyderabad liberation day due to vote-bank: Amit Shah
9/17/2022 10:41:36 PM
Agencies Hyderabad, Sept 17: In a veiled attack on the ruling TRS, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said it is unfortunate that the 'Hyderabad Liberation Day' has not been celebrated officially all these years in Telangana due to "vote bank politics" despite some leaders promising to do so. He said he would like to congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi for deciding to commemorate the day. Mr Shah was speaking at the Union Government's official celebration of 'Hyderabad Liberation Day' to mark the occasion of erstwhile Hyderabad State under Nizam rule merging with the Indian Union on September 17, 1948. "...when there was a demand in the region that Hyderabad Liberati...
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