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Zulfkar seeks cooperation of media for projection of J&K's positives
5/30/2017 12:08:44 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 29: Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs and Information Department Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali today sought cooperation of media fraternity in effectively projecting the developmental and welfare initiatives launched by the government. He also sought cooperation of the media in highlighting the huge tourism and industrial potential of the State. The Minister was speaking at an interactive session with the media fraternity in Jammu last evening. He said a responsive and responsible approach needs to be adopted for better projection of the state, adding that media can play highly constructive role in building favorable image of the state. T
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Militants make appearance at Sabzar Bhat's funeral
5/30/2017 12:08:34 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 29 : An unknown 'militant' showed up in the local graveyard of Ratsuna in south Kashmir's Tral during the burial of Hizbul Mujahideen's Sabzar Ahmad Bhat on Sunday morning. He did not have a gun but appeared to carry a grenade in a pouch. His appearance triggered commotion among the mourners in and outside the graveyard. Locals said he escaped from the encounter on Saturday in which 29-year-old Sabzar and another teenaged militant Faizaan were killed. Dressed in black, tears rolled down his face as people swarmed around him to touch his face and beard. Some even kissed him and at one moment people carried him on their shoulders. Just when he reached
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Charges against Cop in illegal gratification case
5/30/2017 12:08:24 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu today framed charges u/s (1) (d) r/w 5(2) of Jammu & Kashmir P.C.Act and 161 RPC ( now Section 4-A P.C.Act 2014 against Abrar Wani then posted as Selection Grade Constable in Police Station Purmandal, Samba. After going through the detailed submission by VOJ in support of the allegations put up against the accused claiming that there is a ground for accused has committed offences under section 5(1) (d) r/w 5(2) of Jammu & Kashmir P.C.Act,vt.2006 & 161 RPC ( now Section 4-A P.C.Act 2014 (Amendment), the court framed charges in this case. According to the police case that Abrar Wani while being posted as Selection Grade
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Tourists biggest brand ambassadors of J&K: Mehbooba
5/30/2017 12:08:17 AM
Srinagar, May 29: Tourists are the biggest brand ambassadors of Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said today as part of her effort to project a positive picture of the state amid recurring incidents of violence. She said the people have "unfortunately fallen prey to a viciously negative campaign launched about the state" which needs to be corrected. "The need of the hour is that tourists wishing to visit the state be told about the state in real and accurate terms," she said while chairing the 2nd meeting of Tourism Advisory Board (TAB) here. Seeking to reinvigorate the tourism industry, she said tourism is the best way to promote people-to-people dialogue. She appealed
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2 moderate intensity tremors hit J&K
5/30/2017 12:08:10 AM
Early Times Report Jammu/New Delhi, May 29: Two moderate intensity earthquakes hit Bhaderwah and Doda belts of Jammu and Kashmir today, ripples of which were felt in several parts of north India, including the national capital. The first quake, measuring 4.7 on the Richter scale, struck the Bhaderwah belt at 7.23 pm, officials said. The second tremor of 3.2 intensity shook Bhaderwah Valley at 7.48 pm. Tremor was also felt in the adjoining areas of Bhaderwah Valley, including parts of Doda, Bhalessa, Malwana and Marmat. Panic-stricken people, who were preparing to brake fast of Ramzan, rushed out of their homes in some areas of Bhaderwah. "We have been collecting information from all
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Duo rape accused denied bail
5/30/2017 12:08:03 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May29: Presiding Officer Fast Track Court Kishore Kumar today rejected the bail application of Ashok Kumar and Balwinder Singh in rape case. After hearing both the sides, Presiding Officer Kishore Kumar observed that in view of the recent incidents of crime against women, the courts have already sounded that precaution is to be taken by considering the bail please of the offenders of such heinous crime. It has been impressed upon the Judicial officers and Sessions Judges dealing with such cases to take care and caution in exercising discretion to consider their release or otherwise of accused on bail. With these observations Court rejected the bail applicatio
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Stone pelters damage Jammu bound tourist vehicles in Valley
5/30/2017 12:07:56 AM
JAMMU, May 29: Besides violence, after the killing of Top Hizbul commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat alias Abu Zarar, a close aide of militant 'poster boy' Burhan Wani, the Jammu based taxies and buses also bore losses to the tune of crores of rupees, as mob attacked over 10 vehicles ferrying tourists and pilgrims. Over 100 jammu based vehicles vandalized by violent stone pelters causing losses in crores and injuries to many tourists and drivers. On the Jammu bound taxi driver while expressing his woes, said "Our vehicles were damaged in stone pelting." "We are fear-stricken, we were beaten up in Valley, we don't want to go Kashmir again," he said. "Enough is enough, we would never go to Valley ag
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Four held with 6gms Heroin
5/30/2017 12:07:50 AM
Jammu, May 29: in continuation to the operation 'Sanjeevani', drive against drugs launched by SSP Jammu Dr Sunil Gupta, police today arrested four persons and recovered 06 gms of heroin along with 04 Syrings, foil paper and weighing machine during a naka at R S Pura. "Acting on specific information, SDPO R S Pura Surinder Choudhary alongwith ASI Yougal Kishore in-charge police post Border Police Post (BPP) Kullian conducted a raid in W- 8, R S Pura, police spokesperson said. Spokesperson said, "On seeing police party four persons tried to ran away who were chased and apprehended by Police. Police said police team recovered 06 gms Heroin like substance (Chitta), 4 Syrings, Foil Paper, sm
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Alleging life threat from his in-laws, Sub Judge seeks security cover
5/30/2017 12:07:44 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Alleging life threat for his in-laws, the Sub Judge Chadoora has sought security cover from police and in this regard he has written to Director General of Police (DGP) J&K here today. In his communication vide ref no: 30/SJC, dtd 29/05/2017 written to DGP-J&K, the Sub Judge Chadoora R K Abrol has stated that he had an imminent threat of life from his in-laws side and already had escaped a murderous assault on 20-5-2017. "When I was rescued by police team from P/S Janipur, The complainant stated in his plea, further adding, "my only Personal Security Officer (PSO) Ashok also left me out of fear and joined the police lines at Ramban." . The plea furt
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EO Udhampur lands in Vigilance net
5/30/2017 12:07:37 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Vigilance Organization, Jammu has registered a case against Ravi Kumar the then Executive Officer, Municipal Council Udhampur and the two beneficiaries. Official spokesperson said that a case u/s 5(1) (d) r/w 5(2) J&K PC Act and sec.120-B RPC was registered against Ravi Kumar the then Executive Officer, Municipal Council Udhampur and the beneficiaries namely Neeraj Gupta and Dheeraj Gupta Ss/o Rattan Bushan of W-2 near Ram Leela Ground Adarash Colony Udhampur on the basis of a verification conducted into the allegations. "As per initial reports it was alleged that Neeraj Gupta and Dheeraj Gupta Ss/o Rattan Bushan had made constructions in violation of
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Bar & Wine Traders Asso Ladakh moves to Apex Court seeking modification on 'Sikkim pattern'
Apex Court's directions on Wine Shops, bars
5/30/2017 12:07:29 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Seeking relief from Apex Court's directions vide its order dated December, 15, 2016 had banned the wine shops and bars within a distance of 500 meters of the outer edge of the National or State Highway or of a service lane along the Highway, the Bar and Wine Traders Association of Leh Ladakh Region have filed a Miscellaneous Application in the Supreme Court in Civil Appeal to seek respite from court on 'Sikkim pattern.' The Apex Court has posted this miscellaneous application alongwith the applications of Arunachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand in the Court of Chief Justice in 3rd week of July, 2017. In the application filed through Advocate Riju Raj Singh J
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Adhocism or nepotism: 'influential orderly' handling affairs of five Panchayats, who cares?
5/30/2017 12:07:15 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, May 29: In a barzen violation of rules and regulations, an influential Orderly in Rural Development Department posted in Marwah block of Kishtwar District allegedly is holding the charge of at least five Panchayats reasons best known to the officials at the helms of affairs. Sources within department revealing this also added that genuine employees who are eligible for holding the various responsibilities in Panchayat has rendered to glued to the chairs only. As per the details available with Early Times, an orderly identified by the officials of the department as Ghulam Rasool Khan has been assigned the job of various Panchayats of Marwa
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JMC conducts Thematic Drive in and around Mosques
5/29/2017 11:46:54 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 29: On the instructions of M Raju Commissioner, Jammu Municipal Corporation, JMC conducted thematic cleanliness drive in and around the mosques within the limits of Jammu Municipal Corporation. The drive was launched in view of holy month of Ramzan as the large number of devotees visits these mosques to offer prayers. The drive was launched by RS Jamwal, Joint Commissioner (A), JMC, Dr. Anita Salgotra, Health Officer from Mosque at Gandhi Nagar Apsara Road Jammu. The other main mosques which were covered in the drive are at Rail Head, Sanjay Nagar, Bahu Fort, Malik Market, Gujjar Nagar, Talab Khatikan, CPO Chowk, New Plot, Hyderpura Janipura. The Imams of al
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Fire engulfs electronic shop
5/29/2017 11:46:42 PM
Early Times Report Vijaypur, May 29: On the intervening night of May 28-29, fire broke out in the electronic shops M/ Army Electronic at Vijaypur. The owner-Chander Singh Slathia told that when he came to shop for routine work and when opened the shutter he found that the whole material was burnt. The cause of incidence is yet not found. The case of fire incidence has been registered and further investigation is in progress.
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Martyrdom of Shri Guru Arjan Dev ji remembered
5/29/2017 11:46:33 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 29: On the eve of Martyr's day of Sahib Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Maharaj an impressive Kirtan Darbar was organized at Gurudwara Baba Chanda Singh Ji, Jain Bazar by the Management Committee Gurdwara Baba Chanda Singh Ji Jain Bazar Jammu and Nirvair Social organization. Sangat from surrounding areas of Jammu city reached Gurudwara Sahib to listen to the Kirtan Darbar. On the occasion the Guru ka Langar and Chabil was also arranged for the sangat. Bhai Sahib Bhai Ranjeet Singh Ji and Jatha, Bhai Sahib Bhai Sukhdev Singh Singh Ji, Dr. Tejinder Singh Ji & Bibi Nirmal Kour of recited the Kirtan and highlighted the biography of Guru Sahib. While speaking on the occas
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NPSU demands cancellation of India-Pakistan match
5/29/2017 11:46:24 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 29: National Panthers Student Union (NPSU) today demanded cancellation of India Pakistan upcoming match, which will be held on June 4th. According to press release, state president NPSU Thakur Varinder Singh expressed resentment against the India-Pakistan match. While speaking to the media persons, Thakur said that India should not played with the country which is always trying to weaken the roots of our country by helping the kashmiri radicals for disturbing the condition in the valley. He further said that Pak have violated the cease fire several times and have caused huge loss of lives and property. Moreover the incident of beheading the Indian army sold
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SKUAST-J alumni elect office bearers
5/29/2017 11:46:15 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 29: Agriculture University Jammu Alumni Association (AUJAA) of SKUAST-Jammu elected office bearers in its third General Body Meeting held at SKUAST-J, Chatha in which Dr. D. P. Abrol, Dean Faculty of Agriculture, SKUAST-J, Patron of AUJAA was the Chief Guest and A. K. Malhotra, Director Agriculture and an alumnus of SKUAST-J was the Guest of Honour. The meeting was attended by the serving as well as retired officers from the departments of Agriculture, Horticulture and SKUAST-J. The outgoing President of AUJAA, Dr. S. K. Sudan gave an account of the activities of the Alumni Association, while Dr. Anil Gupta, Treasurer presented the account of the Association
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‘World no Tobacco Week' entered 4th day, IGGDC organizes a lecture
5/29/2017 11:46:06 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 29: Ongoing World No Tobacco Week, Indira Gandhi Government Dental College organized an awareness lecture at Auditorium in the IGGDC Jammu. The welcome address was given by Principal of the IGGDC Jammu Dr Romesh Singh and appreciated the role of doctors and others for spreading and organizing awareness camps among commons. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Vinod Dhar Psychiatrist briefed about the menace of smoking and its ill effect on all the vital organs of the body. Smoking and tobacco chewing is single risk factor at present for all killer diseases whether, Mouth Cancer, Cardiac Events, Stroke, Lung Cancer Malignancies of wind pipe, food pipe and stomach and
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Fully prepared to ensure peaceful pilgrimage: DGP
Stone pelters hell bent on disrupting Amarnath Yatra
5/29/2017 11:45:01 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 29: The Centre has directed the security agencies to go tough on stone pelters who are hell bent on creating unrest to disturb the upcoming Amarnath Yatra. Sources told Early Times that the Modi government has told the security agencies there will be no political interference while dealing with militants and stone pelters in Kashmir. The security agencies have directed all agencies to keep a close watch and maintain effective coordination. "The security agencies have been given a free hand to deal with stone pelters that creates disturbances in the Valley," a senior police official said. The official said there were inputs that militants were not only us
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State land encroached in Rajouri, courtesy nexus of Revenue/Municipal officials
5/29/2017 11:38:20 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 29: The tall claims of transparency and corruption free administration by the present coalition government has fallen flat particularly in Rajouri district as the corruption apparently is at its highest level with land mafia becoming active in the entire district and making it on the top of list of 22 districts of the State for illegal encroachments. According to records tabled in the Assembly in 2013, J&K State Revenue Department stated that approximately 396018 kanals of government land is either encroached or under illegal occupation in Rajouri district. As huge spread of state land i.e. 396018 kanals of government land is under illegally
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CEO suspends entire staff of middle school for 'irregularities'
5/29/2017 11:38:10 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 29: After preliminary inquiry initiated by the headmaster of high school, the entire staff of government middle school has been placed under suspension by Ch Alaf Hussain, Chief Education Officer, Rajouri for alleged dereliction of duties and mismanagement in the school. After several complaints from the people of Phalli, under Dandeshar Education Zone, about the frequent un-authorised absent from duties by the teachers, Chief Education Officer directed headmaster, high school, Sangpur to conduct surprise visit to the school. On May 15, headmaster reached school at 8 am but the school was locked and at about 8.45 am two teachers namely Jagbir Singh and G
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Rana holds meet with police officers, calls for stern action against drug peddlers
5/29/2017 11:38:00 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, May 29: Member Legislative Assembly Mendhar, Javed A Rana today called for stern action against all those people who are involved in drugs peddling in the area and are eroding the roots of society. He focused on this while chairing a meeting of police officers in Mendhar. Meeting was chaired by MLA Javed A Rana in which Sub Divisional Police Officer Mendhar and other officials of police took part. On this occasion, a threadbare discussion was held on drugs menace in the area and emphasis was laid on removing this menace from society. MLA, while hailing the crackdown put on drug peddlers in Rajouri town by district administration of Rajouri district, called for
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ACD, BDO remain 'absent' from duties
5/29/2017 11:37:42 PM
Rajesh Tandon Early Times Report Poonch, May 29: In dereliction of duties, the offices of Assistance Commissioner Development (ACD) and Block Development Officer (BDO) Poonch allegedly remained absent from their duties. According to the sources, the BDO Poonch always remains absent from his office, owing to which the pendency of cases is piling up. Some locals namely Mohd Bashir, Mohd Saleem and Abdul Aziz of village Ajote of tehsil Haveli alleged that they are visiting office of BDO Poonc
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Jan alleges GREF of poor quality work, unapproved road alignments
5/29/2017 11:37:28 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, May 29: A deputation of people from different areas of Poonch district led by Youth National Conference Provincial President Ajaz Jan called on Deputy Commissioner Poonch in his office and demanded an audit of all the recently completed and ongoing road projects of General Reserve Engineering Force alleging poor quality work and construction of road in such alignments which was not approved. Members of this deputation were from different areas of Poonch especially
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Many schools damaged by wind storm in Gundna Zone
5/29/2017 11:37:14 PM
Early Times Report Doda, May 29: Several school buildings have been damaged due to the wind storm on other day across Gundna zone in Doda district. The wind has caused huge damage to the education sector as most of the schools in Gundna zone have suffered great loss. Locals informed that most of the school buildings were constructed recently under the SSA and other flagship programs aimed at providing infrastructure for improvement in education especially in rural areas . According to a re
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Storm damages high school building, roof top blown away, students sit under open sky
5/29/2017 11:36:53 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur May 29 : Due to recent rainfall followed by strong wind in Kasuri Village of district Udhampur a School building of High school Kasuri of Zone Ghordi got fully damaged as the roof top of the school was blown away. The students now shelter less, sit in front of damaged school building under the open sky to continue their studies. Nazia begum a school student while talking to Early Times said that last late evening due to heavy storm in Kasur
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Youth Association for Service of Humanity and Nation launched
5/29/2017 11:36:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: In an impressive function at Poonch, Youth Civil Society Poonch was rechristened as Youth Association for Service of Humanity and Nation (YASHAN). Speaking to newly joined volunteers Imatiaz Salaria, social activist and chairperson of YASHAN said that Youth Civil Society Poonch which was instrumental in highlighting development and social issues of Poonch region. He said that the main aim of organization is to serve humanity, highlight development and social
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900 Kgs Lahan, 40 pouches of illicit liquor destroyed
5/29/2017 11:36:12 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, May 29: In order to curb the menace of illicit distillation of liquor, the Excise Department Jammu has tightened its noose on violators of the various provisions of the J&K Excise Act in entire Jammu division. On the directions of the Excise Commissioner Mohd Javed Khan and supervision of Deputy Excise Commissioner (Executive), Jammu Ghanshyam Singh, the Excise Team Kathua led by ETO Excise Range Kathua, Sandeep Gupta & Inspector Excise Arun Kumar raided Shatyal,
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Power shutdown
5/29/2017 11:33:15 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 29: In order to carry out various development works by M/S. IRCON under R-APDRP scheme, the power supply to Main Road Bhagwati Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Puran Nagar, Vikas Lane, Rama, Nitco Lane and adjoining areas fed from C-7 LT Network shall remain affected on May 30 to June 15 from 07 am to 02 pm.
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Jat biradari keeps celebration alive to welcome Manmohan Singh
5/29/2017 11:32:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, My 29: Jat biradari has not yet settled away the celebrating appointment of their state President Ch.Manmohan Singh as Vice-Chairman of State Medical Supply Corporation. Yesterday, people of village Chhankhatriyan Tehsil Hiranagar organised a function for Ch.Manmohan Singh to welcome him and to collectively thank Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti for nominating Ch.Manmohan Singh as Vice Chairperson, a post he well deserves being an honest, hard working and dedicated person he is. This decision of Govt has been welcomed and appreciated by the Jat biradari of the state also other communities as well. People of the area hold Ch.Manmohan Singh in high regards for all
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SOS Hermenn Gmeiner school held investiture ceremony
5/29/2017 11:16:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: SOS Hermenn Gmeiner School today organized Investiture ceremony in the school premises. The program was presided over by the chief guest I. D. Soni, commissioner Bharat Scouts and guides and Guest of Honour Sumit Magotra Choki incharge Pouni chak police post. The programme began with the lightning of traditional lamp followed by cultural items like group songs and solo songs that memorized the audience. Students were sworn at an impressive ceremony amidst an a
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Week long workshop concludes
5/29/2017 11:16:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: One week long workshop organized by Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, MHRD in collaboration with Department of Botany Govt. Degree College Udhampur on "coinage of fundamental glossary of Botany in Dogri Language", concluded today. According to press release, more than 600 scientific and technical terms of the Botany were coined and evolved by the experts in the workshop. The Project was jointing taken up jointly by the Department of Botany,
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DPS students top in 12th CBSE exams
5/29/2017 11:15:56 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 29: DPS, Udhampur nailed the class XII CBSE Result 2017 as Shubham Sharma topped the District by securing 94.4% in Non-Medical. Chandan Bhat 93.4%, Shahid Rashid 92.2%, Vaibhav Sharma 86.6%, Uma Srishti, 82.6%, Nimisha Mahajan 81% and Aamir Sohil 80.2%. English result was excellent where 19 students out of 25 secured above 85% and 96 marks were secured by the subject toppers Mehak Singh and Shubham Sharma. Physics out of 16 students 8 students scored abo
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DPS organizes badminton competition
5/29/2017 11:15:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Delhi Public School Jammu organised Inter-House Badminton Championship for classes VI to VIII girl's category. Five Houses of the School namely, Chenab, Ganga, Jhelum, Tawi, and Yamuna Houses took part in the match. After their preliminary league matches, the two Houses Chenab and Yamuna qualified for the finals. The final match was played between Chenab House and Yamuna House. Deputy Head Master, Ravi Kotru and Chief Coordinator, Umesh Sharma cheered up the
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ReT teachers gear up for a big protest if salary issue not settled
5/29/2017 11:15:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: ReT teachers today organized series of zonal meetings to strengthen the forum at grass root level in order to prepare themselves for any situation in future. In this regard a zonal meeting was held at Zone Marh of Distt Jammu under the chairmanship of State President Vinod Sharma. Sharma while speaking on the occasion made it clear that as govt. assured the forum to streamline the SSA salary by the process of delink from April 2017 onward but unfortunately situation is still as it was even after two month and we are suffering a lot. He said if we have no other option other than to come on roads again if our demand is not fulfilled within days. Other
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JSS students bring laurels to school
5/29/2017 11:15:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Students of Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua brought laurels to the school. The students participated in 2nd. District Open Skating championship 2017 which was held at Sandeepani School,Pathankot on in which 8 students participated and clinched 4 medals. Vipul and Mridul of class 6th got Gold medals, Aarav and Aagman from class 7th got Silver medals .Himanshu of class 6th, Dhairy of class 4th, Aayan of class 3rd. and Nishkarsh of class 9th also participa
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JKPS celebrates Toddlers' birthday
5/29/2017 11:14:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: The Toddlers' World of JK Public School, Kunjwani today celebrated the Toddlers' birthday in order to let the students know that they are very special for the school. Parents were welcomed by the teachers. Children had lots of fun playing games with their parents and teachers and they also enjoyed the birthday party organised for them. The coordinator of the wing extended her vote of thanks to the parents for sparing their valuable time. The celebrations were
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MWA holds general body meet
5/29/2017 11:14:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: Baba Panj Peer Morning Walkers' Association today held a general body meeting and nominated its office bearers who would take up issues pertaining to development of the area with concerned authorities. Madan Sharma was nominated as Chairman of the Association while Mohd. Saleem Qureshi as its President and Sham Sawhney and Dinesh Gupta as Senior Vice Presidents. Shishu Gandotra was nominated as General Secretary, K K Choudhary Senior Secretary, Dr Kali D
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Anti polythene drive: Police seizes 130 Qtls of polythene carry bags, two held
5/29/2017 11:13:47 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, May 29: Continuing with its efforts to check the entry of banned items into Jammu and Kashmir, the alert police today has foiled a major bid to smuggle banned polythene into state with a seizure of huge haul approximately 130 Quintals of polythene carry bags from a truck near Kalibari on Jammu Pathankot National Highway, here today. According to police sources, on specific input, police team laid a special naka and intercepted a truck bearing registration number JK08D-8781 carrying consignment of polythene and arrested two persons including driver of the vehicle. "Polythene carry bags were concealed under the potato bags were found when the vehicle was subject
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Dharna suspended for 3-months
5/29/2017 11:13:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 29: All J&K Village Level Workers (VLWs)/Multi Purpose Workers (MOWs)/ Clerical Cadre/MGNREGA Workers' Union today suspended its protest dharna for 3-months from all ten district headquarters after the revoking the suspension orders of officials of RDD employees during anti-polythene drive and fulfillment of others demands by Minister for Rural Development Abdul Haq Khan. The protest demonstration was suspended after the meeting of Joint Co-ordination Committee of Union here at Directorate of Rural Development Department and Panchayati Raj, Talab Tillo. The decision was taken after 2-hours mammoth meeting by Union leaders with Minister for RDD & PR Abdul
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NPP will not allow change of demography of Jammu: Mankotia
5/29/2017 11:13:18 PM
Early Times Report KATHUA, May 29: Lambasting on the BJP-PDP coalition government for its failure to act against the illegally settled Bangladeshi and Manyar nationals in Jammu, Panther Party's state president Balwant Singh Mankotia warned that party will not allow any body to change the demography of Jammu and thawart such moves with tooth and nail. He appealed the people of Jammu region to write slogans on their walls to intensify the movement of separate Jammu state. Haq-insaaf yatra start
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Pathania flags off anti-polythene rally
5/29/2017 11:12:17 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, May 29: Ranbir Singh Pathania, MLA Ramnagar today flagged off anti-polythene rally at Manwal and addressed largely attended public meetings at Upper Babay, Thalora, Sia-Mata and other locations in Majalta tehsil. Earlier in the day Pathania flagged off an anti-polythene rally from Higher Secondary School Manwal comprising students from various adjoining areas, seeking ban on the use of polythene and developing abhorrence and responsibility amongst the general publ
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