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Ch Manmohan Singh receives rousing welcome at Jammu Airport
7/23/2017 12:18:55 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: A large number of people from various areas of Jammu, Samba, Kathua and Rajouri districts gave a rousing welcome to Ch Manmohan Singh at Jammu Airport on his arrival from Srinagar after taking over the charge of Vice Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Health and Medical supplies Department. The welcome was followed by a rally till Satwari, shouting and hailing his name all the way. People of various communities also joined the huge gathering to welcome Choudhary
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JKPSC excluding Jammu youth, giving preferential treatment to Kashmir: Salathia
7/23/2017 12:18:10 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The Jammu & Kashmir High Court Bar Association Jammu, President B.S. Salathia urged J&K Governor N.N. Vohra that he must ensure equal share for the educated unemployed in the service sector, especially the positions filled by the J&K Public Service Commission. He said the discrimination against youth of Jammu is seething with anger over the preferential and differential treatment to the Kashmiri youth being accorded by the J&K Public Service Commission by
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Gharsu residents stage protest against frequent road mishaps
7/23/2017 12:17:47 AM
Early Times Report Doda, July 22: Residents of village Gharsu and its adjoining areas held a strong protest at Pul Doda against the frequent road accidents near village Gharsu. Protesting people blocked Batote-Kishtwar National Highway and raised slogans against the authorities for their alleged failure to stop increasing number of deaths on road near Gharsu. Residents staged dharna on the road disrupting traffic on Batote Kishtwar National Highway for over five hours. They burnt tyres a
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Road rage victims allege police inaction
7/23/2017 12:17:19 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The 'victims' of road rage today alleged that the local police is trying to shelter the accused boys, who were involved in beating the family. While addressing the media, the family said that they were travelling in Tata Nano when a group of boys travelling in Creta car started abusing them for over taking them. "The boys not only abused, but also scuffled with the family, including women," alleged the family members, adding that after some time Chinnore po
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Govt to probe allotment of contracts in Relief Organisation
7/23/2017 12:12:24 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: Taking a strong note about allotment of works worth crore of rupees in Relief organisation the Government has decided to order probe into the same. According to sources the matter has been brought into the notice of the Union Home Ministry by some Delhi based KP organisations who have shown lot of concern over misuse of funds by Relief organisation meant for welfare of Kashmiri migrants. They have sought intervention of Union Home Ministry and have asked the State Government to submit a detailed report in this regard to ensure that funds meant for migrants welfare are not misused. Sources said that State Government has decided to order a probe to as
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Dy CM expresses grief over killing of jawans
7/23/2017 12:12:10 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 22: Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh has expressed grief over the killing of jawans, who got killed in the cross border firing in the Rajouri sector of Jammu division. While expressing solidarity with the families of Dr Singh while expressing sympathies with the family of the martyrs jawans, the Deputy Chief Minister said that their sacrifices would be remembered for ever and a befitting reply would be given to thwart the nefarious designs of the enemy.
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School severely damaged due to heavy shelling by Pakistan
7/23/2017 12:12:04 AM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 22: Bearing the brunt of the heavy shelling and ceasefire violation by the Pakistani troops, a school premise was heavily damaged here. Faquir Dara School in Karmara sector of Poonch district was heavily damaged due to continuous ceasefire violation and shelling from the Pakistani side. The school walls bore bullet marks, while many parts of it were broken down due to shelling. Earlier on Wednesday, owing to the ceasefire violation along the Line of Control (LoC), around 25 schools were asked to remain closed in the affected areas. The development commissioner of the state's Poonch district had told , "There was heavy firing at Poonch's Shahpur." "The
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MC fails to keep Sopore town clean
7/23/2017 12:11:57 AM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report Sopore, July 22: Municipal Council Sopore has failed to keep streets, lanes, by lanes and commercial areas clean due to which this town has lost its beauty and people. According to residents of Sidiq Colony Sopore, the MC Sopore has deployed dustbins in large numbers at various places but still garbage is scattered everywhere. Sidiq colony is located at Sopore-Kupwara highway, and there are dozens of dustbins placed in the area, but during morning hours employees of MC are seen dumping garbage on roads instead of dustbins, said some local residents. They said the irony is that office of the MC Sopore is just few yards away from the area where dust
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GoM for deportation of Rohingyas has proved an eye wash: Harsh
7/23/2017 12:11:43 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22:Expressing indignation over the BJP-PDP failure to evict Rohingyas and Bangladeshis from Dogra soil, Harsh Dev Singh said that the so called GoM constituted by the State government for the purpose of deportation of the foreign immigrants to their respective countries had proved an 'eye wash'. He rued that the recent incidents of purchase of immovable property in and around Jammu and Samba Districts besides encroachment of state lands by them had posed a demographic threat to Jammu Pradesh. He was addressing a press conference in Jammu today. Raising question mark on the credibility and the intentions of the coalition government, Harsh Dev Singh regret
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After hot, humid day, weather turns pleasant in Kashmir
7/23/2017 12:11:23 AM
Srinagar, July 22: After hot and humid day today, weather turned pleasant in the evening thanks to fresh rain in the Kashmir valley, where more rain is predicted during the next 48 hrs. It was more humid in the summer capital, Srinagar than winter capital, Jammu today, a Met department spokesperson told this evening. He said there could be scattered rain during the next 48 hours followed by Faily Widespread (FW) during subsequent 24 hours in the Kashmir valley.
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HC order includes names of 58 petitioners for biometric regularization
7/23/2017 12:11:16 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23:In a petition filed for quashing the list issued by Incharge Akhnoor Division Flood Control & Irrigation Department as per the Government circular No. 02-F OF 2017 whereby the services of the petitioners are being terminated which is in violation of fundamental rights of the petitioner. Petition also sought direction to the Commissioner/Secretary to include the names of the petitioners being employees/workers/laborers engaged/ appointed at Akhnoor division by the department in the list prepared by the concerned officers of the Akhnoor Division. Justice Tashi Rabstan after hearing Adv PC Sharma with Anchit H Sharma for the petitioner, issue
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1,180 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra amid tight security
7/23/2017 12:11:10 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22:A fresh batch of over 1,100 pilgrims left on Saturday to perform the ongoing Amarnath Yatra, an official said. "Another batch of 1,180 pilgrims left the Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas at 3.40am in an escorted convoy of 43 vehicles for the Kashmir Valley," he said. There were 787 males, 243 females and 150 sadhus (holy men) in the convoy. The pilgrimage to the Himalayan cave shrine that began on June 29, entered its 24th day on Saturday. The 40-day-long yatra will end on August 7 on 'Shravan Purnima' coinciding with the Raksha Bandhan festival. Every day the pilgrims have to start their journey early as no vehicles carrying pilgrims are allowed to cross
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Terrorists making desperate attempts to reach near highway
Threat looms over Amarnath Yatra again, security beefed up
7/23/2017 12:10:51 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: Amid reports that terrorists may target the Amarnath pilgrims yet again the security agencies have intensified the security bandobast along the Yatra route. Sources told Early Times that terrorists have been asked by their bosses sitting across the Line of Control (LoC) to carry out a "sensational strike" to make big news and avenge the killings of their accomplices, whom security forces have neutralized during the recent past. It's in place to mention here that terrorists had attacked a bus carrying Amarnath pilgrims near Botengo in Anantnag district earlier this month. The attack left eight pilgrims dead and 20 others wounded. Recently Spec
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NIA gears up again, issues notices to some separatist leaders of Kashmir
7/23/2017 12:10:36 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 22: After a brief lull the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has yet again issued notices to some of the separatist leaders of Kashmir valley. The agency had in the recent past raided residence of some of the separatist leaders and a group of businessmen. Reports said that the NIA has issued notices to some of the separatist leaders belonging to the Syed Ali Shah Geelani faction of the Hurriyat Conference. These leaders have been summoned for questioning to the Humhama camp on July 24 (Monday). The leaders included a son in law of Geelani. The NIA notices have been issued to the Tehreek-e-Huriyat leaders including Altaf Ahmad Shah a
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Humility, fidelity thy name is Ram Nath Kovind,new Indian President
7/23/2017 12:10:26 AM
Early Times Report Jammu,July 22 :India has grown in size as far as its democratic traditions are concerned.In India it is vibrant democracy leaving no scope for a son of a Chaiwalla(Tea seller) to become prime Minister and that of a farmer's son to be the President of India.This way Modi as Chaiwalla is the executive head of the country a poor farmer,Ram Nath Kovind, is the constitutional head.of India. The BJP man who got elected as the 14th President of India belongs to a poor family and had to walk on foot,covering over six miles,to attend a school.And his father had to sell a piece of land to ensure that Mr Kovind prosecuted his studies in a law college in Kanpur. Mr Kovind's
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Prof Virendra takes forward his pro-Jammu line
'Big Conspiracy'
7/23/2017 12:09:57 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: State BJP spokesperson Prof Virendra Gupta is unrelenting. He continues to speak for Jammu and the problems it has been facing during the present dispensation of which the BJP is a part. During the past few months, he issued many statements highlighting the grievances of the people of Jammu province and without mincing words said that the present dispensation didn't come up to the expectations of the people of Jammu region. These were all bold statements considering the fact that the BJP was a coalition partner. He was the only one who spoke for Jammu and the problems its residents faced. On July 15, Prof Virendra made a hard hitting statement against
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Swatch Bharat Mission: RDD forgets to take up SLWM projects
Follow-up
7/23/2017 12:09:43 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 22: As there is very short working season in Kashmir valley and after next five months construction work won't be possible, the Rural Development Department (RDD) has forgotten to re-tender the work on Solid Liquid Waste Management (SLWM) projects under Swacch Bharat Mission (SBM Grameen). Earlier there was very weak response from Project Implementation Agencies (PIAs) for executing this work and government had decided to retender the work on the SLWM under Swacch Bharat Mission Gramin (SBM Gramin) in J&K. Even after retendering the work second time there was no response from the PIAs. The work was retendered more than a month back and after opening
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Central intelligence agencies tipped J&K police
Seizure of narcotics at cross-loC trading point
7/23/2017 12:09:29 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The recovery of the narcotics valuing Rs 300 crores in the international market at cross-loC trading point in Uri on Friday by the state police was made possible following a tip-off by home ministry and intelligence agencies to the state police. The consignment was very carefully concealed in the boxes and hidden deep beneath loads of the goods to escape the scanner. The official sources said that intelligence agencies had tapped many sources across the border which had tipped it about the incoming consignment. "Two things stand apart. First, it would have been very difficult to identify the specific truck from the 21 incoming trucks. Secondly to detect
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China in Kashmir not a new phenomenon
7/23/2017 12:07:06 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: China, like Pakistan, is India's hostile neighbour is not a secret. Its activities since 1959 or to be more exact since March 2, 1963 in the India's Gilgit-Baltistan region, which is under the illegal occupation of Pakistan since 1947-48, have been known the world over and comprehensively documented. India has protested umpteen times to tell the world that both China and Pakistan have been hobnobbing with each other to weaken the Northern Frontiers of India, the lifeline of the country. The 1962 China-India war and what happened during those bad days and the Chinese frequent incursions in Ladakh region of Jammu & Kashmir are also not a secret. Also, who
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Mehbooba lays foundation stones, inaugurate school in Anantnag
7/22/2017 11:32:42 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, July 22 : Chief Minister Mehbooba ufti today conducted an extensive tour of the district during which she laid foundation of various projects, inaugurated many other projects and interacted with people to know their day to day problems. Mehbooba laid the foundation of Solid Waste Management facility and 62 KLD Septage Treatment Plant at Uranhall. The project is expected to be completed within 18 months.The Chief Minister also laid foundation of 4 MLD Sewerage Tr
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Locals allege influential raising structure infront of Power Supply Line, none cares
7/22/2017 11:31:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu July 22: With Power Development Department (PDD) authorities and Police failing to take action against violators, illegal construction is being raised in front of the electricity service line. According to sources, a case of negligence of officers of PDD and Police officers is reported from Village Draba (Tehsil Surankote) of Poonch where one influential is raising the house right in front of main electricity service line level and being a case of political influence/ pressure the concerned officials are not taking cognizance in this regard and the complaints of villagers are biting only the dust in office files. Locals said that a delegation of villagers led by
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HC order includes names of 58 petitioners for biometric regularization
7/22/2017 11:29:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu,July 22: In a petition filed for quashing the list issued by Incharge Akhnoor Division Flood Control & Irrigation Department as per the Government circular No. 02-F OF 2017 whereby the services of the petitioners are being terminated which is in violation of fundamental rights of the petitioner. Petition also sought direction to the Commissioner/Secretary to include the names of the petitioners being employees/workers/laborers engaged/ appointed at Akhnoor division by the department in the list prepared by the concerned officers of the Akhnoor Division. Justice Tashi Rabstan after hearing Adv PC Sharma with Anchit H Sharma for the petitioner, issued notice to t
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Rifat Kohli, posted as Regional Director, Survey & Land Records
7/22/2017 11:29:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: In the interest of administration Rifat Kohli, KAS, presently awaiting orders of adjustment in the Office of Divisional Commissioner, Jammu is posted as Regional Director, Survey and Land Records (ex-officio Settlement Officer), Jammu, against an available vacancy.
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Seizure of wrongly parked vehicles: Registrar Judicial modifies order
7/22/2017 11:29:13 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 22: The Registrar Judicial has modified its order dated 9th May 2017 by virtue of which the owners of the vehicles seized for roadside parking were directed to file an undertaking before the Registrar Judicial. The modification of the order introduces a provision by which the vehicle owners can file application and undertaking directly before the concerned Mobile Magistrate (Traffic) to the effect that no violation shall be done in future. In order to make meaningful the exercise of securing an undertaking from the defaulter, the concerned Mobile Magistrate will ensure that the applicant seeking release of vehicle has not been involved in such violation
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Power shut down
7/22/2017 11:28:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: In order to carry out preventive maintenance of the worn outs jumpers, droppers and clamps in 2x50 MVA, 132/33 KV Grid Station, BB-II, the power supply to Bari Brahmana, Kartholi, Ratnuchak and adjoining areas including Industrial areas shall remain affected onJuly 23 from 07 am to 01 pm.Similarly, to carry out the work of erection of 33 KV VCB, 33 KV CT sets for New Transformer Bay and installation of 11 KV 1/Door panels at 33/11 KV Receiving Station Kullian, the power supply to Kullian, Simbal Badyal Brahmana, Abdullian, Rangpur Maulana and its adjoining areas shall remain affected on July 24 from 07 am to 12 noon. Meanwhile, the power supply to Gar
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Rajouri: Husband killed her, alleges family of missing woman
7/22/2017 11:28:36 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, July 22: Failing to locate a missing woman of Sunderbani since July 15, her family alleges that she has been murdered by her husband. Asha Devi, 36, the missing woman from village Nallah of Rajouri district, was last seen with her husband, Ashok Kumar, on July 15 when he took her somewhere in a private vehicle, locals said. "He (Ashok Kumar) and his friend Soni Sharma have murdered her and thrown her at some unknown place. We want police to locate her dead body," Sham Lal, Devi's uncle told Early Times. Lal also alleged that Kumar was constantly harassing her which included physical assaults. "Even after being married for around 20 years, her husband used to
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Soldier injured in firing by Pakistan army along LoC
7/22/2017 11:28:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: An Army jawan was injured when the Pakistan army fired at Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday night, a senior Army officer said on Saturday. "The Pakistan army initiated small arms firing at the Indian Army posts in the Naushera sector at around 10.35 pm. There was a brief exchange of fire from both sides," he said. One soldier sustained minor injuries on his left arm when a bullet ricocheted and hit him, he said, adding that the injured jawan was administered medical attention and was out of danger. "There was no ceasefire violation today," said the officer. In a similar incident in the Sunde
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SC sets aside HC verdict on seniority of cops after 13 years
7/22/2017 11:28:03 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 22: The Supreme Court of India has set aside 19-March-2004 judgment of Jammu and Kashmir High Court in which it had upheld an order passed by the Inspector General of Police, Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police on 22 February 1993. By virtue of the order, 13-year-old position between five appellant police constables and as many private respondents was disturbed and were granted promotion retrospectively. "The judgment dated 19th March, 2004 is set aside and the seniority of the appellants viz-a-viz private respondents shall be recomputed in accordance with law, with all consequential benefits," said a division bench of Justices Rohinton Fali Nariman and Sanj
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Human loss doesn't move conscience of PDP-BJP duo: Rana
7/22/2017 11:27:31 PM
Early Times Report Doda, July 22: National Conference on Saturday expressed anguish and dismay over callousness of the PDP-BJP dispensation towards the cloudburst victims of Thathri in the Doda district, stating that none of its senior functionaries, least the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, found it prudent or dividend to visit the families that lost their dear ones in the natural calamity. "Human lives have no value for the insensitive government, as remaining glued to power is its end ob
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J&K Bank signals commencement of turn-around, posts net profit of Rs 30 Cr for Q1
We are on a journey to reinvent ourselves as stronger and valued Bank: Chairman
7/22/2017 11:27:10 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Jul 22: Inching closer to turnaround in its bottom-line J&K Bank today reported a gross operating profit of Rs 368 Cr and Net profit of Rs 30 Cr for the quarter ended June 2017. The reviewed results were declared by the Bank today after the Board of the Bank adopted the numbers in its meeting held here at the bank's Corporate Headquarters. Notably, the Bank had issued a guidance for 2017-18 being the turnaround year after reporting a loss of Rs 1632 Cr during th
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AJHLA expresses concern over decline in duration of Amarnath Yatra
7/22/2017 11:26:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: Expressing serious concern on the abrupt decline in duration of Shri Amarnath ji Yatra 2017, All Jammu Hotels & Lodges Association (AJHLA) has attributed the fall to the security lapse which led to the innocent killings of yatris during a dreaded militancy attack on Yatri bus at Anantnag leaving 8 of them dead while several injured. Addressing the members during deliberations president Pawan Gupta said that last year Yatra also failed due to turmoil and unrest created in the valley on the killing of a dreaded militant Burhan Wani on 8th July by the armed forces. This year too there was a standing threat to create turmoil and unrest and disturb the yatr
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Contaminated water being supplied at Jagti township, alleges JTC
7/22/2017 11:26:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: Jagti Tenement Committee (JTC) today alleged that contaminated water is being supplied to the inmates of Jagti township. According to press release, a joint meeting of JTC and Soan Kashmir Front J&K was held here today under the Chairmanship of Shadi Lal Pandita. During the course of meeting the participants have expressed their grave concern over the supply of un-hygienic drinking water supplies in Jagti Township which has resulted development of ailments to the inmates in this Township. Shadi Lai Pandita while addressing the participants has said that for past long the unhygienic drinking water supplies are being ensured to this Township which has
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Contractual lecturers’ hunger strike enters 159th day
7/22/2017 11:25:48 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The hunger strike by contractual lecturers (10+2) enters 159th day but no response has been received from the government side till date. Today on 22th of July 2017, they have been demanding for their regularization as per the Civil services Special Provision act 2010. A policy framed for the Regularization of all the ad-hoc/ Contractual/Consolidated employees after rendering seven years of services. The 10+2 Contractual Lecturers Protested in front of Pres
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JKNPP protests against CAPD
7/22/2017 11:25:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: Today Neeraj Gupta Zonal President JKNPP along with his supporters and party leaders held a massive protest demonstration against CAPD Department and its minister at outside the CAPD Office Trikuta Nagar, Jammu. Neeraj Gupta Said that from the last more than two years people are not getting smooth supply of ration and now price hike of the sugar / ration added more bitterness in their food. APL Ration card holders are not getting continuous supply of sugar/
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Speaker stresses on better sanitation at public places
7/22/2017 10:11:45 PM
JAMMU, July 22: Speaker Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Kavinder Gupta and Member Parliament Jugal Kishore Sharma today laid foundation stone for new public toilet cum bathing facility here near taxi stand, Railway Station. Senior Railways officers, social activists and members of Taxi union were also present at the foundation laying function. Speaking on the occasion, the Speaker said that new toilet facility will improve the sanitary condition of the area. He urged upon the Public transporter operators, traders and local people to help in maintaining cleanliness in and around the Railway Station. "Poor sanitation causes diseases and the provision of adequate toilet facility in th
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DPS Nagbani organises workshop on 'digital classroom'
7/22/2017 10:11:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: Delhi Public School Nagbani today conducted a teacher training programme on "Enhansing the learning experience by digitalizing classrooms" by "Teach Next Education". Teachers, being the first interface, need to be more versatile than merely being academic experts. They need to be prime movers, motivating favorably about the value of education in shaping individuals life and future. Expert Ajay Kumar from Teach Next explained that how smart learning creates
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POF stages protests against JKPSC
7/22/2017 10:10:45 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: Public Opinion Forum (POF) today organised protest demonstration to show their resentment against biased selections by the J&K Public Service Commission (JKPSC) in Higher Education Department, Hospital and Medical College aiming at benefiting one region and creation of posts of Assistant Professors in Kashmiri for Jammu region at Maharaja Hari Singh statue on Tawi Bridge, here. In the meantime, a Memorandum was submitted to the Governor, N N Vohra conveyin
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Dir S&LR conducts inspection of tehsil office
7/22/2017 10:09:47 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, July 22: Amit Sharma, Director Survey & Land Records (Ex-Officio Settlement Officer) Udhampur/Reasi today conducted a surprise inspection of Tehsil Office Chenani to check the maintenance of revenue records and others relevant documents alongwith creating awareness about the ongoing Digital India Land Records Modernisation Programme. During the inspection, an extensive checking of revenue records was done and lot of anomalies were pointed out to take corrective m
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BLSKS presents 166th musical play "mamta"
7/22/2017 10:09:04 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: To promote the traditional folk culture of J&K and celebrate the "National Parents Day" , Bhartiya Lok Sangeet Kala Sansthan staged 166th Saturday Series Musical Play "Mamta " in co-ordination with Bhatkhande Sangeet Institute, National College of Computer Education Janipur & Sangam Tru Art Production as part of its regular feature in the office premises today. The Program was inaugurated by the Chief Guest V.K.Magotra, Former Regional Dire
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Science exhibition organized
7/22/2017 10:08:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: A science exhibition was organized in the premises of Dewan Devi Higher Secondary School here today. Various 3D models, live models and charts prepared by students during summer vacations were displayed. The chairman of the school Subhash Chander Suri himself viewed the various models and selected the winners.
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AILU pays tributes to Shabir Ahmad Slaria
7/22/2017 10:05:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The J&K State unit of AILU held a special meeting today to pay tributes to its chief Patron Shabir Ahmed Slaria Sr. Advocate who expired on 20th July. The meeting was presided over by the president Hari Chand Jalmeria, in which the lawyers spoke on the life and deeds of late Slaria who remained two times Advocate General of the State, one term member of Rajya Sabha. Simple in his habits, Slaria was committed to principles, believed in secularism and stood steadfast for justice to the people. He never succumbed to any pressure or temptation in the matters of principles. Once he resigned AG's post. He also edited urdu news paper Albyan for many decades.
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BMO Darhal organizes medical camp
7/22/2017 10:05:10 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: Keeping alive the mission to provide all type of services under various sectors at door step, under Public Service Guarantee Act (PSGA) and to ensure its proper implementation, District administration Rajouri organized a camp, in which all stakeholders participated. To evolve a system in the department, where a common man will not suffer for want of certain services envisaged under PSGA, Dr. Iqbal Malik Block Medical Officer Darhal arranged a Medical Camp at village Azamtabad of tahsil Thanamandi in which 236 people were examined by a team of Doctors comprising of Dr Zaffer Iqbal MO, Dr Shabab Ahmedd, Dr Mir Munawar ,Dr Sadia, Dr, Ajaz,,Dr Gulnaz, Moh
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Govt teacher among 3 injured in bear attack in Neel
7/22/2017 10:05:01 PM
Early Times Report Banihal, July 22: Three persons including a school teacher were reportedly injured in bear attack in Neel area of Banihal some 25 kilometer from Banihal town. Two persons reportedly have sustained critical injuries. "The injured persons have been identified as Govt school teacher Farooq Ahmed Pedihaar (30) s/o Khurshid Ahmed Pedihaar, Nizaamdin (60) s/o Kama Gujjar Mohd and Ramzaan (22) s/o Bashir Ahmed all residents of Village Surnga Neel . Reports said that the school teacher Farooq Ahmed was on way to his home from Govt High School Perhinder Neel and on the way a bear attacked on him and injured him critically before people rushed to his help. The locals shifte
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AISF for completion of 143 abandoned school buildings
7/22/2017 10:04:49 PM
Doda, July 22: Despite the lapse of more than decade, many school buildings in the mountainous Doda district remain incomplete, courtesy official apathy. National Council Member All India Students Federation (AISF) Mukesh Parihar said that condition of the schools is becoming worse. Same is the condition of the schools in every zone in Doda including Doda, Gandoh, Bhallesa, Bhaderwah, Assar, Marmat, Gundna and Mahalla. Parihar said, "Govt. Middle School Malwana, Zone Gundna lacks all basic facilities. In 2009, Government Primary School at Labad in the Assar area of Doda district was upgraded with the sanctioning of six additional rooms. However, eight years later, the structures are stil
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LMD Samba imposes fine on defaulters
7/22/2017 10:04:40 PM
Samba, July 22: A team of Legal Metrology Department headed by Ajay Kumar Verma, Assistant Controller Legal Metrology Samba Mohsin Khateeb Inspector Legal Metrology Samba and other staff of this office and conducted extensive checking of various business establishment at National Highway from Jatwal to Bari Brahmna, Raya Morh, Polura, Baderi, Nanke Chack,Ghagwal, Vijaypur, Gurha Slathia , Madoon, Chachwal, Kalwal and adjoining Areas. During inspection of more than 250 traders of different business establishments, among others traders. In all 30 Challans of the booked traders were Compounded and penalty of Rs 42400 was imposed for violation various provisions of J&K Standard of weights an
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Bootlegger held with 16 bottles of illicit Liquor
7/22/2017 10:04:30 PM
Samba, July 22: Vijaypur police today arrested one bootlegger along with sixteen bottles of illicit at Vijaypur here today. "The accused has been identified as Devi Dass s/o Jeet Ram of Pathankot, police sources said. According to police sources, a police party from Police Station Vijaypur headed by Suraj Pathania laid a naka on National Highway near Vijaypur and intercepted one person for his suspicious movements on noticing police party. "During checking of his belongings, the police recovered sixteen bottles of illicit Liquor 750 ML from his possession and thus the accused was arrested on spot," sources added. A case under FIR No 102/2017 U/s 48 (A) Excise act stands registered again
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Two killed in Padder Tempo accident
7/22/2017 10:04:21 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, July 22: In another tragic road accident on Padder - Himachal Road, two persons lost their lives another one got injured after a Tempo traveller met with an accident near Bhuta Nallah on Friday evening. As per the reports, three occupants of Tempo traveller bearing Registration no JK17-5097 on test trail (after repairing it at Jammu) met with an accident while reaching near Bhuta Nallah on Gualbgarh - HP Road, some 70 Km from Kishtwar and the vehicle rolled down into deep gorge resulted into death of two persons. A senior police officer while confirming the accident said after the vehicle met with an accident, the police along with locals immediately rushe
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