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Breaking News :   Candidate from Kashmir selected in Jammu province | Land grabbers implicate victims in fake case | Adamant administration left over 1900 families in lurch by 'disregarding' official orders | IT, Sports, Technical Edu Deptts without political head for months | Ph.D in Physics becomes professor in Computer | Farmers being forced to buy costly Mushkbudji rice | MHA asks security agencies to make Kashmir terror free zone | Dogri language takes back seat in its FM radio, it is 'Kashmiri all the way'….! | BJP minister creating impediments in functioning of recognized paramedical institute in Doda | 'Failed' P Chidambaram's tweets don't bother us: BJP | Harsh appeals CM to settle issues of contractual lecturers | Do self styled VIPs need security? | Sham Sharma inaugrates two-wheeler automated workshop | Ghost of death continues to haunt people on killer roads of erstwhile Doda distt | Advance online booking of heli tickets to begin from Apr 25: SASB | PSC declares result of Combined Competitive Preliminary Examination | NSF flays JKPSC for continuous discrimination with Jammu, demands separate statehood for Jammu | Training session for new incoming officers of Inner Wheel Club held | Ex-SP injured in accidental fire | Saroori expresses grief over death of two persons in road accident in Kuligad | Shobha Yatra taken out on eve of Parshuram Jayanti | “Dal lake water level unchange, receding in Jehlum | Peoples Forum for probe into allotment of land near S K bridge | SF burst teargas shells to disperse demonstrators | Admin of Facebook page arrested from Budgam | MSPL distributes books to Kashmiri migrant students at Jagti Township | Kishtwar Coordination Committee to hold one day dharna over poor condition of road | 300 Whatsapp groups were used to mobilise stone-pelters at | Teacher accused of molestation, overstays in school for 20 yrs | Defying transfers for years, clerical staff calling shots in Education Department | Despite faculty, infrastructure, admin yet to apply for PG courses at IGGDC | DySP bungalow being built with people's money | SHO helps nephew to get land for 'free' | Police succumb, shield 5 political goons | J&K keen to include realty, power in State's GST law | Crucial posts in RDD vacant even as officers await postings | Mehbooba to meet PM tomorrow | Visitors pay full ticket for less bloom in Tulip Garden | Substandard material used in repair works; BDO Mankote, Contractors nexus alleged | Harsh appeals CM to settle issues of contractual lecturers | 'Failed' P Chidambaram's tweets don't bother us: BJP | Contractual lecturers' hunger strike enters 69th day | Justice Kohli conferred with D Litt degree | People of ward No 9 Samba craving for drops of water, PHE Department fails | Historic Mughal road reopens after four months, Kashmir highway through for one-way | Bear creates panic in village | Water supply schemes lying defunct; PHE apathetic | 3 held with heroin, sharp-edged weapons | Speeding matador hits another; 8 injured, 2 critical | Two decades back Geelani scripted the darkest chapter in Kashmir's history | Walter Roper Lawrence & some Interesting Encounters with Maharaja Pratap Singh | Abolishing VIP culture of beacon lights and sirens is a bold decision | Coalition partners worried over derailment of peace in Kashmir | JPS team brings laurels in International Youth Conference | Natrang presents play "Barf Ne Kaha" | Two day Thalassemic camp organized | World Book Day celebrated | RM public school organises interhouse sack race competition | 100th birth anniversary of Lakshman Rao Inamdar ji celebrated | Mitigating air pollution reduces CVD burden: Dr. Sushil | Awareness campaign held | Free heart check up camp organised | Child care society organises painting competition | Shiv Sena flays Govt for failure to tackle crisis in Valley | Hindi poetry collection book "Ahsaas" released | YAM welcomes decision of Modi Govt to ban Lal Batti culture | NAS meet held | JKSSC throws open swimming pool at MA Stadium | Book exhibition organized on World Book Day | First startup meet at Zonixsoft held | AVP holds meet, endorses demand for separate Jammu State | Allow use of loudspeakers for 'Azaan' only at designated places: Saifuddin Soz | Back Issues  
 
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'Failed' P Chidambaram's tweets don't bother us: BJP
4/23/2017 11:49:46 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: Coming down heavily upon Congress leader P Chidambaram for his tweet regarding the People's Democratic Party (PDP)-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliance, the BJP on Sunday dubbed the former as 'failed ex-home minister,' while saying that the grand old party was fishing in troubled waters by making such negative assertion. Accusing the Congress of instigating the youth to create a ruckus, the BJP said the wrong policies of Congress were responsible for the anarchy in the Valley. "The Congress party is fishing in troubled waters and I would like to recall Mr. Chidambaram the era of 2010 stone pelting agitation. We don't bother about Chidambaram's nega
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Harsh appeals CM to settle issues of contractual lecturers
4/23/2017 11:49:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23 : Peeved over the callous attitude of the State Government towards the miserable plight of the plus two contractual lecturers who had been observing chain hunger strike for the last 69 days and which included majority of female candidates, Harsh Dev Singh lambasted the dispensation for making a mockery of the tall 'Beti bachao, Beti Padhao slogan bugled by the Saffron brigade. While addressing a press conference here today, he expressed his anguish over the aggrieved lecturers being made to languish in the scorching heat and accused the State government for compelling the protestors to come on the roads to draw its attention towards their miseries. He
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Sham Sharma inaugrates two-wheeler automated workshop
4/23/2017 11:47:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Sham Lal Sharma Sr Vice President J&K PCC and Former minister today inaugurated a highly automated two wheeler workshop "Speed Motors" at Mishriwala. The proprietor Reeta Verma and Purshottam Verma were also present during the inauguration. Sham Sharma expressed happiness at the inauguration of the workshop and said that the customers will be able to access quality services through the quick service workshop. He stated that the workshop inaugurated at Mish
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Advance online booking of heli tickets to begin from Apr 25: SASB
4/23/2017 11:24:09 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 23: In a Yatra Review meeting held here Shri Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) informed Governor N.N. Vohra that advance online booking of helicopter tickets for Yatra 2017 shall commence at 10 am on 25th April. SASB has finalized arrangements with UTAir India Pvt. Ltd. and Global Vectra Helicorp Ltd. for the Neelgrath-Panjtarni-Neelgrath sector and with Himalayan Heli Services Pvt. Ltd. for the Pahalgam-Panjtarni-Pahalgam sector for providing helicopter services for Shri Amarnathji Yatra commencing on 29th June, 2017. CEO informed that the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for online booking of heli t
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PSC declares result of Combined Competitive Preliminary Examination
6,925 candidates qualify for main examinations
4/23/2017 11:23:58 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr23 : The Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission today announced the result of Preliminary Examination conducted on 19th March, 2017 at 08 centres across the state in which 36,681 candidates had appeared and out of them 6,925 have qualified for main examination which is scheduled to commence from 17th July, 2017. The detailed schedule will be issued separately. The result is on the official website of JKPSC www.jkpsc.nic.in.
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NSF flays JKPSC for continuous discrimination with Jammu, demands separate statehood for Jammu
4/23/2017 11:23:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23 : Statehood for Jammu is the only way out to end the 67 years long discrimination with the people at Jammu region. This was announced by Dr Vikas Sharma State President NSF in an organized and well attended press-conference by university team of National Secular Forum (NSF). While addressing the Press-conference here today , NSF) State President Dr Vikas Sharma said that out of total posts of 59 of 10+2 lecturer in Chemistry, 41 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 18 candidates have been selected from Jammu. In the RBA category out of total of 21 posts 16 candidates are from Kashmir province while 5 is from Jammu. He said that out of total p
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Training session for new incoming officers of Inner Wheel Club held
4/23/2017 11:23:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Inner Wheel Club, Jammu organized a training session for new incoming officers of Inner Wheel Club at The Bhargav Resorts Gangyal. It has been branded as "Navkalpana", means how to serve masses and downtrodden with a fresh feeling of kindness. Speaking on the occasion, past association President, Bina Vyas conducted a seminar on literacy for training the incoming officers club. Namrta Singhania, District Chairman showered lot of praise for President of Dis
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Ex-SP injured in accidental fire
4/23/2017 11:22:26 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: A retired Superintendent of Police (SP) was injured when his weapon went off accidently in Srinagar, official sources said here today. They said retired SP Sheikh Abdul Rashid was injured when a weapon he was cleaning went off accidently in his residential house at Bemina, Srinagar. The injured former police officer was admitted to hospital, they said.
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Saroori expresses grief over death of two persons in road accident in Kuligad
PDP-BJP fail to address Batote-Kishtwar road
4/23/2017 11:22:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Vice President and MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori today expressed grief on the death of two persons in the road accident and two others were injured on Saturday in Kuligad Drabshalla area of Kishtwar district when a landslide hit a vehicle they were travelling in. All the occupants belonged to the same family. Anju Mahajan and her 15-year-old daughter Purvi Mahajan died on the spot, while the husband of the deceased woman, identified as Bupinder Mahajan sustained injuries along with a seven-year-old boy. Saroori conveyed his condolences and sympathies to the bereaved families and prayed for e
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Shobha Yatra taken out on eve of Parshuram Jayanti
4/23/2017 11:21:51 PM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Apr 23: On the eve of Bhagwan Parshuram Jyanti, a "Shobha Yatra" was taken out by the Yuva Parshuram Dal, here today. The religious procession began from Kargil Hanuman Mandir adjoining National Highway Udhampur and reached at OM Palace, Dhar Road after passing through Domail, Barrian, Salathia Chowk, Court Road, Mukerjee Bazar, Dabber Chowk, Gole Market, Main Bazar, Chabutra Bazar and Talab Sallian area. A large numbers of devotees accompanied the Shobha Yatr
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“Dal lake water level unchange, receding in Jehlum
4/23/2017 11:21:15 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: There was no change in the water level in world famous Dal Lake, where a number of localities remained inundated while water was receding in river Jehlum and its tributaries following improvement in the weather though there was rain last night. Dozens of vegetable gardens in the Lake were damaged as the water level was still more than three feet above normal, local residents said from Mir Behri. They said the water level was still increasing threatening more areas in the Lake as outflow gates of the water body remained closed. They said people of several inundated areas have already left for safe places after the water entered their homes. Since
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Peoples Forum for probe into allotment of land near S K bridge
4/23/2017 11:20:53 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Apr 23: "The recent floods few days back has given a warning again about possibility of more floods and the district administration has not learnt any lesson from previous devastating floods, said Advocate Sanjay Raina, President People Forum while talking to Early Times today. Lashing out at administration for blunders committed by some departments earlier in allotment of land on river bed, People Forum sought the attention of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to book all culprits who allowed construction of illegal structures in past which are still going on unabated die to complicity of some officials in the administration . The work on embankment is
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SF burst teargas shells to disperse demonstrators
4/23/2017 11:20:43 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23 : Business and other activities came to halt when security forces burst teargas shells and resorted to lathicharge near here to disperse stone pelting demonstrators, demanding release of a local youth who has been booked under Public Safety Act (PSA). People, mostly youths again hit the streets at Maisuma, stronghold of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) this afternoon and started moving towards Budshah Chowk and Lal Chowk, the nerve centre of the city. However, security forces and state police personnel deployed at Budshah Chowk immediately swung into action and stopped demonstrators to move towards main busy road. The demonstrators pelted st
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Admin of Facebook page arrested from Budgam
4/23/2017 11:20:30 PM
Early Times Report Budgam, Apr 23: The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday arrested a young man from Budgam in case of a 'rumour-mongering' using social networking websites. The case was registered in Sopore, the police confirmed. Hamza Farooq Ahmad Dar, a resident of Kanipora Chadoora, was the administrator of a Facebook page called 'JK News Channel', the police official said. On April 18, the police said the page had uploaded the information that "one person was killed and 15 others injured in Sopore." The police said that the information was baseless and false. A case has been registered under Sections 505, 120 B of the Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) and 66 IT Act.
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MSPL distributes books to Kashmiri migrant students at Jagti Township
4/23/2017 11:20:18 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23:A book distribution function was held at Jagti Township and books upto class XII were distributed among Kashmiri Migrant community students by the distinguished guests here today The function in which large number of students participated, was organized by Mata Saraswati Pustakalaya Library headed by M.K Bhat who said this library has been helping the community deserving students since 1995. and will continue to serve the noble cause to help to brighten the future of youngsters so that they can achieve their goals Chief guest Prof Indu Aima while addressing the gathering on the occasion deliberated threadbare and replied to the queries of the parent
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Kishtwar Coordination Committee to hold one day dharna over poor condition of road
4/23/2017 11:20:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu Apr 23: In order to put pressure on the government to lay thrust on early Clearence of Kishtwar-Batote road, perticularly Kuligad landslide hit area, the prominent citizens along with several other social and political organisations today assembled at Dakbanglow Kishtwar where they decided to frame "Kishtwar Coordination Committee " that will lead an agitation for upgradation and improving the worst condition of Kishtwar-Batote National Highway which is playing dangerous for the people travelling on this road since last several years. As per the details available with "Early Times" the Kishtwar Coordination Committee Kishtwar has been framed in order to make pr
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300 Whatsapp groups were used to mobilise stone-pelters at
4/23/2017 11:17:45 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: Nearly 300 Whatsapp groups were being used to mobilise stone-pelters in Kashmir to disrupt security forces' operations at encounter sites, of which 90 per cent have been shut down, a police official said today. Each of these 300 Whatsapp groups had around 250 members, the official said while explaining how determined attempts were being made to disrupt the operations of the security forces by mobilising stone-pelting mobs at the encounter sites. "We identified the groups and the group administrators, who were called in by police for counselling. We have had a good response to this initiative," he said on the condition of anonymity. In the last thre
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Police succumb, shield 5 political goons
4/23/2017 11:13:11 PM
Majid Nabi Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: Police despite registering a case under heinous offences and launching a manhunt for five active political workers for assaulting a voter and his aunt has yet to arrest offenders as immense political pressure has 'obstructed' the investigation. It has been fifteen days since a businessman form city and his ailing aunt were roughed up by political workers for refusing their offer to cast vote in favor of a particular candidate on the day of re-polling for Srinagar-Budgam Parliamentary seat earlier this month. While the victim and his ailing aunt who were publicly assaulted by five workers are running from pillar to post for justice,
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J&K keen to include realty, power in State's GST law
4/23/2017 11:13:03 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Apr 23: In what could have vastly expanded the ambit of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) significantly, Jammu and Kashmir was keen to include real estate and power within the new tax levy in its own State. "It was not a concrete proposal but a thinking that can we as a State set the trend by including sectors such as power and real estate in our own SGST law?" said Haseeb Drabu, Finance Minister of Jammu and Kashmir. Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian had also suggested including real estate in GST is critical to take forward the war against black money. Earlier, a similar pitch was also made by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to include land and r
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Substandard material used in repair works; BDO Mankote, Contractors nexus alleged
4/23/2017 10:58:36 PM
Early Times Report MS Nazki Poonch, Apr 23: Alleging unholy nexus between Block Development Officer Mankote and the contractor, the locals have reportedly use of substandard material in the renovation and repairing works in the sheep farm at Balnoi in Block Mankote, thereby looting the state exchequer with both the hands. Sources said repair work of Sheep Farm Balnoi was undertaken by the department of Rural Development and the cost of work was above Rs. 11 Lakh, but the Block Development Off
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Harsh appeals CM to settle issues of contractual lecturers
4/23/2017 10:57:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Peeved over the callous attitude of the State Government towards the miserable plight of the plus two contractual lecturers who had been observing chain hunger strike for the last 69 days and which included majority of female candidates, Harsh Dev Singh lambasted the dispensation for making a mockery of the tall 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao slogan bugled by the Saffron brigade. While addressing a press conference here today, he expressed his anguish over the a
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'Failed' P Chidambaram's tweets don't bother us: BJP
4/23/2017 10:56:47 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: Coming down heavily upon Congress leader P Chidambaram for his tweet regarding the People's Democratic Party (PDP)-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliance, the BJP on Sunday dubbed the former as 'failed ex-home minister,' while saying that the grand old party was fishing in troubled waters by making such negative assertion. Accusing the Congress of instigating the youth to create a ruckus, the BJP said the wrong policies of Congress were responsible for the
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Contractual lecturers' hunger strike enters 69th day
4/23/2017 10:56:16 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 23: The hunger strike by contractual lecturers (10+2) enters 69th day but no response has been received from the govt.till date. A protest demonstration was also organised by 10+2 Contractual lecturers.They marched in shape of rally from Press club and moved around the Jewal Chowk and came back on the spot of hunger strike. They have been demanding for their regularization as per the civil services special provision act.2010, a policy framed for the regulariza
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Justice Kohli conferred with D Litt degree
4/23/2017 10:55:14 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 23: Justice Permod Kohli, former judge of J&K high court and former Chief Justice of Sikkim high court, has been conferred with a degree of Doctorate (honoris causa) D Litt by Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, in its 16th convocation held today at the campus. The degree was conferred and delivered by Haryana governor Kaptan Singh Solanki. Justice Kohli is the third judge from J&K who has been conferred with the honary degree after the former Chief Justices of India A S Annand and T S Thakur. He is presently the chairman of central administrative tribunal.
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People of ward No 9 Samba craving for drops of water, PHE Department fails
4/23/2017 10:55:01 PM
Early Times Report Neeraj Badyal Samba, Apr 23: Public Health Engineering Department has Samba failed to provide drinking water supply in ward No 9 Samba for last five days. People of Samba alleged that the PHE department totally failed to drinking water supply in these ward for last few days. During peaks summer day's people face a lot of difficulties due to not proper drinking water supply in ward No 9 Samba. If same system for the drinking water supply may be coming days people of Samba face a lot of difficulties. The people said the matter was also knowledge to concerned authorities of the PHE Department but nothing has been done to restore water supply, the temperature is rising w
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Historic Mughal road reopens after four months, Kashmir highway through for one-way
4/23/2017 10:54:50 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: The historic Mughal road reopened today after remaining closed for more than four months due to accumulation of five to ten feet of snow while only one-way traffic continued on Srinagar-Jammu national highway, linking the Kashmir valley with the rest of the country. Meanwhile, there was no respite for the residents of dozens of far flung and remote areas, including those near the Line of Control (LoC) which remained cut off from their respective district headquarters due to accumulation of snow since January this year. The historic road, connecting Shopian in south Kashmir with Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu region was put through today after remaining
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Bear creates panic in village
4/23/2017 10:54:37 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, Apr 23: Panic spread in Anzwalla and adjoining villages of Southern district of Anantnag after a bear was spotted on Sunday morning. Locals informed that , after the wild animal was spotted , wildlife officials were informed immediately. "We have rushed our team to capture the bear without any loss," said a wildlife department official. However, the bear is yet to come in the wildlife department officials control and is roaming around. Anzwalla village is on the bank of nalla Lider, around five kilometres from the district headquarters.
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Water supply schemes lying defunct; PHE apathetic
4/23/2017 10:54:25 PM
Early Times Report Rajesh Tandon Poonch, Apr 23: Blame it on the apathetical attitude of the officials of the PHE department, many water supply schemes, especially in peripheral areas are lying defunct, wasting huge public money and putting public to gross inconvenience. Many gravities and lift schemes of the department are defunct in Poonch district. One of the defunct schemes is Chandak Chaktroo (Pothi) water lift scheme, which may provide water to more than four hundred souls, but due to negligence of concern junior engineer, the scheme is mere eyewash. Locals resented over the incompetence of higher authorities of PHE department and said, "there is no proper supervision by higher aut
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3 held with heroin, sharp-edged weapons
4/23/2017 10:54:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Three scooty-borne youth were today apprehended by police from R S Pura along with heroin. Acting on a tip-off about their movement, cops laid a naka in ward No 8 of R S Pura. Police sources said when three youth, who were on a scooty (JK02BK/4113), tried to avoid the naka, cops got suspicious and apprehended them after a hot chase. They were identified as Amandeep Singh alias Gaurav, son of Darshan Singh of Nadi, Sandeep Singh, son of Rajinder Singh of Simbal Morh and Mohammad Salim, son of Mohammad Mussa of Makhanpur Gujran. Police recovered 4.25 gms of heroin like substance, two syringes and one sharp-edged weapon from Gourav, one sharp-edged weapon
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Speeding matador hits another; 8 injured, 2 critical
4/23/2017 10:54:00 PM
Early Times Report Akhnoor, Apr 23: A total of 8 people, including six women, were injured after a speeding matador collided with another one early this morning near Sohal in Akhnoor. All 8 people including a minor were travelling in these two matadors bearing registration numbers JK02S-5873 and JK02V- 3689. They were immediately admitted in Sub District Hospital, Akhnoor while two of them were seriously injured and referred to GMC, Hospital Jammu. The injured has been identified as Romesh Lal S/O Guloo Ram r/o Thanger , Nirmala Devi w/o Mukesh Kumar r/o Khoyara Karah , Sunita Kumari w/o Sanjeev Kumar r/o Sailanwali , Sheetal Devi ( 15 yrs) D/O Mukesh Kumar r/o Khoyara Karah , Chan
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JPS team brings laurels in International Youth Conference
4/23/2017 10:35:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Jodhamal Public School team brought laurels for the School and State in the 5th International Youth Conference at Welham Boys School, Dehradun. Under the aegis of TAP every year the International Youth Conference is organised on the Earth Day either at The Doon School or the Welham Boys on alternate years. It is a privilege that Jodhamal always gets the invitation for this conference. Last year also Jodhamal won the best presentation and this year they wo
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Natrang presents play "Barf Ne Kaha"
4/23/2017 10:35:41 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 23: : 'Barf Ne Kaha', a play in Hindi was staged here today at Natrang's Studio Theatre in its weekly Sunday Theatre series. The play was written by Sarweshwar Dayal Saxena and directed by Neeraj Kant. The dialogues of the play were filled with meaning and depth which made the watching experience distinctive for the audience. The action of the play happens in a hospital ward where a soldier is undergoing treatment for his wounds which he suffered during fierce
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Two day Thalassemic camp organized
4/23/2017 10:35:25 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: J&K Thalassemia Welfare Society, in collaboration with Pediatrics deptt. Jammu organised two day camp for Thalassemic patients at Thalassemia Day Care Centre SMGS Hospital Jammu. Renowned hematologists and experts in Thalassemia disorders Dr. V.P. Choudhary former professor and head of Hematology AIIMS New Delhi and Dr. J.S. Arora General Secretary National Thalassemia Welfare Society New Delhi were the guest faculty. A large number of Thalassemic patient
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World Book Day celebrated
4/23/2017 10:34:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Aadarsh Bhartiya Samaj a social volunteer organisation working to promote education, environment, health and nationhood among the general masses and students community in particular celebrated 'World Book Day' under the guidance of Col (Retd) R K Sharma, Chairman and S Daljeet Singh, President ABS at its Library with the message 'Purchase Book, Read Book and Donate Book to educate each one'. On the occasion Madhurima Kaul and Arti Kohli donated the books to the school going children. Members spread the message - Educate the women and general masses to have the educated society as "Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man," said Sw
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RM public school organises interhouse sack race competition
4/23/2017 10:34:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Interhouse sack race competition was held in R.M.Public school in the supervision of sports teacher Nardeep Singh. Students of all the four houses of class 2nd participated in that competition with full enthusiasm. The winners of the competition in boys section were Master Sanchit of Chenab house and Master Satvik of Jhelum house and in girls section were Ishana of Chenab house and Vipra of Basantar house. The efforts of winners were appreciated by the trustee of R M public school Rita Mengi. Principal Ravinder Kour , Vice Principal Magan Grover , Incharge Puneet Kour and Co ordinator Neha Rajput also congratulated the winners.
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100th birth anniversary of Lakshman Rao Inamdar ji celebrated
4/23/2017 10:34:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Sahakar Bharti Jammu today organized a programme to celebrate 100th Birth Anniversary of Swargya Lakshman Rao Inamdar ji, the founder of Sahkar Bharti and 6th Foundation year of Paryas Multipurpose Cooperative ltd. In the programme a rich homage was paid to those personalities who had render their life for the success of Co-operative namely ShJatinder Dev Ji(Ex MLC) & Samash-Ud-din(Ex Prime Minister of J&K) The Chief guest for the occasion was Chering Dorjay, Minister for Co-operative Development and Sukhnandan Choudhary was the Guest of Honour. Rakesh Gupta (President Jammu Chamber of Commerce and industry) and Brig. Suchet Singh(Prant Sangh
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Mitigating air pollution reduces CVD burden: Dr. Sushil
4/23/2017 10:33:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Continuing to identify factors that are critically important for the onset of Cardiovascular Diseases Dr. Sushil today held a day long camp at Shri Vishwakarma Mandir, New Plot in the heart of the Jammu city to sensitise the common populace about the ill effects of growing pollution in our cities on heart environs so that those who are most vulnerable can be protected. He particularly stressed the strong note of caution for elderly and children. More than
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Awareness campaign held
4/23/2017 10:33:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: A Three day long awareness campaign was organized by Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, Unit Poonch concluded at village Ari, Basuni , Gursai Moori , Government High School Ari and Government High School Dharana , Block Mendhar, Distt. Poonch. The campaign was aimed at creating awareness among the masses on cashless transaction and other Central Government Schemes. Incharge Sunil Kumar, Directorate of Field Publicity Unit, Poonch and Vijay Mattoo, Incharge, Directorate Field Publicity Unit, Rajouri gave the detailed information on using of cashless mode of transaction, Atal Pension Y
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Free heart check up camp organised
4/23/2017 10:32:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Salal Power Station of NHPC Limited organized a free Cardiac Camp at Zorawar Hospital, Jyotipuram today. The camp was inaugurated by A.G.Ansari, General Manager, Salal Power Station in association with Ishrat Nasreen Ansari and visiting Cardiologists from Medanta - Gurgaon by lighting the Holy Lamp in the presence of M.G.Ghai, Chief Engineer (Civil), A.Z. Geelani, Chief Engineer (Electrical), Mani Sunita Lakra, CMO and other Senior Officers, employees, ladi
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Child care society organises painting competition
4/23/2017 10:32:19 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: To instill environment awareness in children during their tender age and for educating them on the need to care for and respect the natural environment Child care society today organised painting Competition in government girls higher secondary school Rehari. On this child care society aware students about the plantation of plant on earth and organize a painting competition for student to promote. Chairman of child care society Karandeep Singh Lucky s
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Shiv Sena flays Govt for failure to tackle crisis in Valley
4/23/2017 10:32:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Shiv Sena (Bala Ji Sahib Thackeray) pounced upon state government for its utter failure to handle the critical situation in Kashmir leading to restlessness there. This was stated by Shiv Sena State chief, Dimpy Kohli who said that the State Government has not been able to respond appropriately to the situation created in the wake of killing of Hizb Commander Burhan Wani and the resultant turbulence witnessed in the valley. He said that voilence is incr
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Hindi poetry collection book "Ahsaas" released
4/23/2017 10:31:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: A Hindi poetry collection book titled "Ahsaas" written by Jagdeshwary Sharma, an upcoming Hindi poetess of Reasi, was released by Manvi Parkashan, Jammu at K L Sehgal Hall, Cultural Academy, Jammu, today. The book is a collection of 55 poems dealing with Nature in its varied hues, various life situations as well as different other social issues associated with social life. Manvi Parkashan is engaged in promoting upcoming writers of the region for the last
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YAM welcomes decision of Modi Govt to ban Lal Batti culture
4/23/2017 10:30:49 PM
Early Times Report Mendhar, Apr 23: Advocate Tanveer Iqbal Qureshi President Youth Association Mendhar welcomed the decision of PM Narendera Modi for banning Lal Batti culture in his cabinet though it has to be passed as a Law. Qureshi addressing the media persons said that it is the British Raj legacy and would have been passed right from 1947 when India attained freedom . He said that Mahatama Gandhi had rightly warned Nehru and others to disband the Congress party and black people may be worst than the whites and will misuse the freedom after taking over the reign from Britishers. He said that the time has come in J&K when the Chief Ministers, Ministers, MLA's, MLC's, Chairmen o
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NAS meet held
4/23/2017 10:30:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Nagraad Adbi Sangam held meeting at Roopnagar Jammu under the chairmanship of A.K.Naz. In the meeting the coming programmes to be held by the NAS came under discussion. It was decided that the new edition of Nagraad Magzine will be released soon. It was also decided that the working of the NAS will be made more effective. All present in the meeting assured their full support
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JKSSC throws open swimming pool at MA Stadium
4/23/2017 10:30:16 PM
Early Times Report. Jammu, Apr 23: As mercury hits the peak, the sports council in order to give some sort of relief to the budding swimmers as well as general public, has thrown open the only Swimming pool at M A Stadium Jammu for this summer. Jammu and Kashmir State Sports Council declared open the swimming pool for the public and for the Students for this year but the competitors still have to wait for some more days till the time the facility was made fully functional by the State Sports Council at MA Stadium. A swimmer while sharing his happiness over the opening of the pool said, " it will be great enough for the swimmers as this will not only be helpful for the buding swimmers
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Book exhibition organized on World Book Day
4/23/2017 10:30:08 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Apr 23: With the mission and continuous efforts to create the reading habits among the student community and others by providing various resources and e-learning programme initiative of directorate of libraries and research J&K, Jammu and in this regard a book exhibition is organized by district library Kathua on the eve of World Book Day. In these programme renowned scholars, readers, journalist will participated and grace the occasion. The programme was started by inaugurating the book exhibition by worth chief guest Rachna Raj. Whereas karan Singh attended the programme as a guest of honour, welcome addresses given by chief Librarian Kathua Sabhyita Rani.
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First startup meet at Zonixsoft held
4/23/2017 10:29:52 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: Jammu startup community held its first startup meet at Zonixsoft Trikuta Nagar. The main agenda of the event was to create a startup ecosystem in Jammu. All the startups operating from Jammu were invited along with the budding entrepreneurs. The vision of the community is to build a strong network of startups in the region. This initiative was taken by Ankush Gupta ( Founder ServicesMojo ) , Rajat Seth (IIM Jammu) , Sahil Verma ( (Founder Pure Mart ) , Kanav Gupta ( Founder Zonixsoft ) and Dheer Lait Gupta . This meet saw the presence of more than 20 people representing their startups which are presently working and looking forward for more startups t
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AVP holds meet, endorses demand for separate Jammu State
4/23/2017 10:29:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 23: A meeting of Aarakshan Virodhi Party (AVP) Jammu and Kashmir was held under the chairmanship of its President Ram Pal Seth in which he addressed the party activists. Seth endorsed the demand of National Panther Party for separate Jammu state as since independence of India, Jammu province has been facing regional and political discrimination in all sphere and the residents of Jammu province feel themselves as slaves of Kashmiri's domination with BJP and central Government having failed to redress the genuine grievances of the people of Jammu. Referring to recent visit of the Prime minister at Udhampur where he addressed the Kashmir and Kashmiriat and he n
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Allow use of loudspeakers for 'Azaan' only at designated places: Saifuddin Soz
4/23/2017 9:24:11 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 23: Senior Congress leader Saifuddin Soz on Sunday said the use of loudspeakers for 'Azaan', the Muslim call for prayer, should be allowed at only designated places for better regulation of decibels. "In Kashmir, the Auqaf-e-Islamia (Muslim Waqf Board) could help not only by controlling decibels for use of loudspeakers, but also designating prominent places for delivering Azaan on loudspeakers," he said in a statement. The former Union Minister said religious places like Jamia Masjid, Dargah Hazratbal, Khankah Mualla, Dargah Hazrat Sultan, Imam Bara and Dargah Chrar-e-Sharief should be allowed to use loudspeakers for the Azaan. This is much needed and ever
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