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Is J&K heading for President rule?
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: BJP national president Amit Shah has asked all party ministers of J&K and senior leaders to reach Delhi on Tuesday morning for discussing Kashmir situation. Credi...
Khaya Piya Kuch Nahi, Glass Todha Bara Aana
Ramazan ceasefire ends on sorry note!
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: Even as the Cordon And Search Operations resumed Monday after a month-long ceasefire in restive Kashmir, the union government is skeptical about the achievements o...
Terrorists punctured ceasefire balloon
Major incidents
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: 30 days after the Government of India had announced unilateral ceasefire or what it called suspension of "counter-terror operations" in Jammu & Kashmir, the BJP-le...
BOPEE plays with aspirants' future
Application of CBSE 12th pass students for medical exam rejected
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: The J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) has refused to accept applications from the students who have qualified their 10+2 from Central Board of...
Stone-pelters injured 3,000 CRPF personnel, Delhi granted amnesty to 10,000s of them
India a unique nation
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: India is a unique nation. It, unlike countries like Israel, China, Russia, United States, Australia and Turkey, has its own way of dealing with stone-pelters. Info...
'Kashmiris can only mourn, they cannot celebrate'
Blast at Manasbal park
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: A low intensity blast at Manasbal park in Ganderbal district during Eid celebrations on Sunday is an indication that terrorists operating in Kashmir don't want peo...
Delay in disposal of rape cases multiplying agony of victims
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: The prolonged pendency in rape cases in the various courts in the State has evoked huge resentment among the people and much needed demand of setting up of special...
Children engaged to remove dangerous Parthenium weed bare handed
Criminal insensitivity!
Early Times Report kathua, June 18: The insensitive members of Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYC) Kathua on Monday put some gullible children at risk, during a so called sensitization drive, when they engaged...
Govt. forgets daily wagers yet again
Regularisation remains in limbo
Early Times Report Jammu, June 18: Last year, the J&K government had announced that more than 60 thousand daily wagers in the state would be regularised by February 2018. However, four months hav...
Transferred DFO reluctant to leave office
A B Sharma Early Time Report Rajouri, June 18: Uncanny it may sound, but the fact is that the recently transferred District Forest Officer Rajouri, Bhagwan Singh, after being served the order o...
Pilgrims forced to buy drinking water
Water crisis deepens at Katra
A B Sharma Early Times Report Katra, June 18: From where the footprints of religious essence are taken back home by the surging crowd of devotees drawn from all over India, the holy town of Ka...
Post Ramdhan two militants killed in encounter Bandipora
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report BANDIPORA, June 18: Two more infiltrators have been killed after a gunfight broke out during the ongoing forces' operation launched in Panar forest area of nor...
Dying Dal 'deters' Bollywood
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, June 18: At a time when Kashmir Valley has managed to attract several Bollywood stars to shoot their movies here, the pathetic condition of Dal lake ...
Stone pelters spoil Eid festivity in downtown Srinagar
'Our lives have become hell'
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 18: Irshad Ahmad, a college student has come to his home for a two week vacation from Delhi. He has moved out only a few times from his home which has mentally d...
SBM Gramin fails in J&K
Early Times Report Srinagar, June 18: After having failed to get funding for implementation of Solid Liquid Waste Management in rural areas under Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM Gramin), J&K Governmen...