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AJK POJK hails amendment of JK Immovable Property Act
4/4/2020 12:17:30 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: All J&K POJK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum in a meeting of its core committee members chaired by Adv. Amrik Singh president and attended by Surjeet Singh General Secretary Forum welcomed Ministry of Home Affairs decision in amending the J&K Immovable property act. The Forum while expressing the great concern over ignoring the displaced persons of 1947 Migrants because the said DPS are also falls in same category their alloted land at Jammu province under SRO 254/C and 578/C are not vacated by unauthorised tenants/cultivators that union Govt. through MHA order on domicile law amended some it's clauses of earlier laws of Immovable property act 199
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Congress organizes langer for poor people at Channi Himmat
4/4/2020 12:17:10 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Under the directions of Congress state president GA Mir, a langer was organized by Congress DCCI and Youth Congress DCCI for 200 poor people at Channi Himmat. Sikander Singh Kuka, a social worker from Sainik Colony organize this langer. On this occasion, he urges people to stay at their homes due to spread of corona virus. He also said that due to lockdown, poor people are suffering due to non availability of food. He also said that if any difficulty arises
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PDP terms Domicile law as ambivalent, demands roll back
4/4/2020 12:16:51 AM
EARLY TIMES REPORT UDHAMPUR, Apr 3: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Udhampur unit on Friday termed the central government order defining Domicile law for J&K as frighteningly ambivalent, irresolute and akin to rubbing salt to the people's wounds. In a statement issued here, PDP district Youth President Ajaz Sumberiya has termed the order issued by the GOI defining Domicile rights of the people of the erstwhile state as ill-timed, very badly drafted and outcome of confused and chaotic bureaucracy. Sumberiya said it seems that the order has been deliberately issued at a time when the entire country as well as Jammu and Kashmir is facing a dreadful threat due to the outbreak of the deadl
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Bishnah police help sick woman on receiving phone call
4/4/2020 12:16:48 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Police Station Bishnah helped a woman, who was suffering from serious ailment, on receiving phone call and got her reached to the hospital. As per report, Bishnah police station received a phone call that a woman from Ratnal village has been suffering serious illness and there is no male person in her house and unable to go out due to lockdown. Immediately a team of police led by SHO Deepak Pathania reached the stop and shifted the lady to GMC Jammu for
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2G mobile internet services extended in J&K till April 15
4/4/2020 12:16:19 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: 2G mobile internet services (on post-paid and verified pre-paid sim cards) have been extended in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir till April 15, 2020. As per the official order in this regard, the internet service shall be restricted to 2G only and the postpaid sim card holders shall be provided with access to the internet. “However, such access shall not be made available on pre-paid sim cards unless verified as per norms applicable for post-paid connections,” the order read.
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Lt Governor briefs President about COVID-19 control efforts undertaken in J&K
COVID-19: President, Vice-President interact with Governors, Lt Governors through video conferencing
4/3/2020 11:07:53 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu today briefed the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, about the efforts of the UT Administration to combat COVID-19 pandemic in J&K during a video conference held by the President, along with Vice President, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu with the Governors, Lt Governors and Administrators of all States and Union Territories to review the preparedness to deal with the evolving situation and discuss potential measures that ca
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DC Samba takes stock of essential services
4/3/2020 11:07:14 PM
Early Times Report SAMBA, Apr 3: Deputy Commissioner, Rohit Khajuria today convened a meeting to review the steps taken by district administration to contain the spread of coronavirus in the district. The DDC informed that various steps have been taken including 24x7 control room, deputation of nodal officers, door to door campaign, screening and registration of outsiders, complete facilities at quarantine centres, distribution of ration to migrant labourers and other affected families bes
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Lt Governor asks IRCS to scale up activities to compliment efforts of administration
4/3/2020 11:06:12 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu today asked the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), Jammu Region to collaborate with the local Municipalities and identify mentally unsound, homeless destitute in their jurisdiction on priority and take effective steps to provide them with a means of sustenance. He was chairing a meeting with the functionaries of IRCS, Jammu Region at the Raj Bhavan to take stock of activities being carried out by the society in wake of COVID-19 outbreak in the region. Bipul Pathak, Principal Secretary to Lieutenant Governor; Sanjeev Verma, Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, who is also the Chairman of IRCS, Jammu Region and Vinod Malh
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ISM starts supply of AYUSH drugs to health workers, quarantine centres, old age homes, PRIs
Drugs beneficial for self-care, preventive health measures, boosting immunity
4/3/2020 10:42:10 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: The Directorate of Indian Systems of Medicine (ISM), J&K after consultation with the Advisor Ayurveda, Ministry of AYUSH, GoI on Friday started supplying available AYUSH drugs to all health workers, quarantine centres, old age homes, PRIs through AYUSH doctors deployed with Principal GMCs Jammu/Srinagar, Directorate of Health Services Jammu/Kashmir, District AYUSH Officers for management of COVID-19 activities. The step was taken after the Lieutenant Governor (LG) G C Murmu had issued directions for providing AYUSH drugs beneficial for self-care/preventive health measures/ Prophylaxis/ boosting immunity for management of COVID-19 pandemic to all health
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Pak violates ceasefire inPoonch
4/3/2020 10:41:56 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 3: Pakistan on Friday violated the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Krishna Ghati sector in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district. The ceasefire violation by Pakistani forces took place at around 5:45 pm. Earlier on Wednesday, the Pakistan Army violated the ceasefire by initiating unprovoked firing and shelling along the LoC in Nowshera sector in Rajouri
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Suspended J-K police officer Davinder Singh sent to further custody till April 10
4/3/2020 10:41:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Suspended Jammu and Kashmir police officer Davinder Singh, who was arrested while ferrying two Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists in a vehicle on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway earlier this year, was on Friday sent to further custodial interrogation by a Delhi court till April 10. Special Judge Munish Markan extended Singh's custody after the Delhi Police said that he was required to be further confronted with three other accused persons -- Javed Iqbal, Syed Naveed Mushtaq and Imran Shafi Mir -- arrested in the case to unearth their respective roles. The court also extended the custody of Iqbal, Mushtaq and Mir till April 10 on a plea by the police. The Delhi Pol
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Committed to provide qualitative services in combating Coronavirus pandemic : Principal GMC Jammu
‘Current crisis demonstrates essential , tireless role of health workers’
4/3/2020 10:41:04 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Principal, Government Medical College Jammu, Dr. Sunanda Raina today said no stone is being left unturned for the proper promotion and co-ordination of the activities in Jammu and Kashmir’s health care system to provide qualitative services in combating the spread of Coronavirus pandemic. She made these remarks while chairing a meeting to discuss the various initiatives put in place by the Government Medical College Jammu in this regard. During the meeting, it was given out that associated hospitals of Government Medical College Jammu have been entirely dedicated for treating COVID-19 cases to augment the isolation facilities. In this regard, it has bee
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Virtual classes being provided to students: Advisor Sharma
4/3/2020 10:40:52 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, KK Sharma today directed for doubling the efforts to provide facility of virtual classrooms and digital platforms to the students of Jammu and Kashmir, so that their studies do not suffer due to COVID-19 lockdown. The Advisor made the remarks while interacting with the Directors of Education of both the divisions through teleconferencing. The meeting was informed that both the Directorates are working hard to provide study material to students. Besides, the private schools throughout the UT have also given home assignments to the students studying in their institutions. It was also given out that the teachers are also using
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Traffic restored on highway, only Kashmir-bound stranded trucks allowed
4/3/2020 10:40:43 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 3 : Only Kashmir-bound stranded trucks, carrying essential commodities, were on Friday allowed to move on Srinagar-Jammu national highway, which reopened last evening after remaining closed for seven days due to landslides and shooting stones, triggered by heavy rain. “Traffic was restored on 270-km-long highway, which connects Kashmir with rest of the country, late on Thursday evening after clearing landslides at various places, particularly Dalwas, where a portion of the hill had come down,” a traffic police official said.
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Amid lockdown, Army reaches out to 5-year old girl with severe burns in Uri
4/3/2020 10:40:37 PM
Early Times Report URI LOC, Apr 3: Amid the nationwide lockdown, the Army's Dagger Warriors reached out to a five-year-old girl with severe burn injuries on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Uri sector and provided her timely treatment, officials said. The victim, Alia, had met with an accident that caused severe burn injuries to her recently in Kalgai village close to the LoC in Uri sector and the Dagger Warriors came to her rescue by providing her medical aid and treatment in spite of the lockdown due to COVID-19, they said. The timely medical aid and treatment to the girl saved her life, they added. Apart from this, the Dagger Warriors provided essential medical cove
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JMC deployes road sweeping vacuum machine
4/3/2020 10:40:08 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: In order to give further boost to the cleanliness drive and fight against Covid 19, Jammu Municipal Corporation conducted an extensive drive under the directions of Avny Lavasa, Commissioner, JMC in National Highway Channi towards Sidhra bye pass. The drive has been started from Jammu Darbar in the presence of Tinna Mahajan, Secretary JMC. During the drive, JMC deployed both men and machinery for clearing of huge dumps of garbage and waste including Constru
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Stop worrying, take precautions, make lifestyle changes to fight Coronavirus: Dr Sushil
4/3/2020 10:39:44 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Heart Patients should stop worrying and take care of their health, stay away from infection and infected people since prevention is best medicine in these times when Coronavirus Pandemic has taken toll of human lives all over the globe. Dr. Sushil Sharma, Head of the Department (HOD) of Cardiology in GMC and Superspeciality hospital (GMC&SSH) Jammu said this while requesting people to stay home and take social distancing seriously. “We should stop ostricising people who get infected with Coronavirus and understand that it is a pandemic and anyone can get infected unknowingly. Keep washing your hands, stay away from people having flu and fever, ring u
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Advisor Baseer Khan reviews supply position of essential commodities, related issues
Directs to provide medicine to all cancer patients.
4/3/2020 10:39:33 PM
Early times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Baseer Ahmad Khan, who is overall in-charge of Coronavirus control efforts in Kashmir, convened a meeting here today to review the measures being put in place by various departments for prevention and control of COVID-19. The meeting was attended by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, P K Pole, IGP Kashmir zone, Vijay Kumar, all Deputy Commissioners of Kashmir division, Commissioner SMC and other concerned via video conferencing
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CB produces charge-sheet against two in multi crore fraud
4/3/2020 10:39:06 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Crime Branch Jammu produced supplementary charge-sheet against two accused in Habalas-e-commerce in record time for Multi-crores fraud. Despite heavy odds and Lock Down, Crime Branch Jammu carried on investigation & produced supplementary charge-sheet against accused-Saddam Hussain resident of Kalaban, at present Dharana Channi, Tehsil Mendhar District Poonch and Nazir Hussain resident of Chingus, District Rajouri in record time of 57 days of arrest, in a high profile case of public importance of multi-crore fraud in case FIR No. 70/2019 U/S 420, 120-B RPC P/S Mendhar (Now under investigation with Crime Branch Jammu). More than 7300 pages documented Ch
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J&K Bank facilitates BCs to ensure banking services during Covid-19 crisis
4/3/2020 10:38:55 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 3: Taking a step to ensure the safety of Business Correspondents (BCs) J&K Bank has announced certain measures to ensure continuity of the services of its 985 Business Correspondents (BCs) for providing essential banking services to its customers in the UT during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “A lump sum of Rs 1500 shall be provided to each BC for purchase of sanitization items and safety equipments like masks, gloves, bodysuits etc. The existing overdraft limit shall be increased from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh to enable transactions using Kiosks conveniently. Besides, a fixed commission of Rs 3000 per month shall be provided for three months, from Apri
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6 soldiers injured in Cross-LoC shelling in Rajouri
4/3/2020 10:38:40 PM
Early times Report Srinagar, Apr 3: Four Army soldiers and two Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were injured, as the skirmishes between India and Pakistan troops escalated on the fourth consecutive day Friday along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir. Six soldiers, including four army men were injured when Pakistani troops resorted to heavy mortar shelling along the Sunderbani sector of the border district Rajouri this morning, reports said. The injured soldiers, reports said have been removed to the hospital for treatment.
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Dy Mayor JMC distributes flour to NGO, Casual Labourers
4/3/2020 10:38:28 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Amid the 21 days Lock Down in India to fight the COVID-19, Adv. Purnima Sharma, Deputy Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation conducted sanitization drive in ward no. 1 during which the roads and lanes were sanitized and disinfected by the spraying of disinfectant during the drive to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Also Adv. Purnima Sharma on humanitarian basis distributed flour bags among the NGO and Casual Labourers in ward no. 1. As the daily wagers, labourers
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Threat to students, unemployed youth over Domicile Law unfortunate: Harsh
4/3/2020 10:38:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: While the new Domicile Law has sparked massive outrage amongst the masses in J&K, it is regrettable that students and other unemployed youth are being threatened by Police authorities to desist from commenting upon the said legislation in social media. The fact of the matter is that the educated youth of J&K are feeling aggrieved and hence seeking the revocation of this law. They are ventilating their disgust and resentment against the said law which seeks to deprive them of their existing share in the J&K jobs. This is a genuine expression of the feelings of the educated youth which can’t be curbed or crushed by the coercive apparatus of the State you ha
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No need to panic, we are doing our best: SSP Kathua
COVID-19
4/3/2020 10:37:58 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: The nation is in the state of lockdown to break the chain of Covid19, the whole nation is doing collective efforts to ensure the safety of all, in this situation many personals of essential services were active day and night to ensure the availability of daily use items. The role of police is really important as much of the responsibility stands on their shoulders. Talking to the ET reporter SSP Kathua said that each policemen is doing his level best as soon as the epidemic hits and lockdown is announced he said that we are ensuring that no one face any problem during this critical phase. We have issued many numbers of PCR's and many officers so that peop
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Domicile Law exploitation of situation by BJP Government: Sadhotra
4/3/2020 10:37:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Reacting sharply to the Domicile Law, Ajay Kumar Sadhotra, Former Minister and Senior leader Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, in a press statement issued here today has expressed his serious concern over the way BJP government is exploiting the situation for petty political gains when whole of the Country is busy in fighting joint war against Covid-19. BJP government is busy in exploiting situation to play its constituency in rest of the country which is very sad, unfortunate and against the ethics. Country is fighting health emergency at present only and only concentration should be to fight the war against Corona virus, he asserted. He termed
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BRAMYO extends help to 60 families by providing ration in Nowshera
4/3/2020 10:37:43 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Apr 3: Extending helping hands to the distressed people in these tough times of Coronavirus pandemic, Bharat Rattan Dr BR Amedkar Movement Youth Organisation today distributed ration among 60 families in the far flung areas of Nowshera of Rajouri district. The members of organisation led by its Chairman Sanam Raian and Vice Chairman Rinku Heer gave away bags of rations among sixty families of villages Bareri, Manpur, Dubber, Kheri, Dharat, Gunni and Bheri Batan. These villages are situated along LOC, who have to face huge problem due to shortage of ration. Most of the people of these areas are very poor and earn their livelihood as labourers but in these days
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NC demands revocation of J&K domicile law
4/3/2020 10:35:59 PM
Early times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: National Conference Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today described Jammu and Kashmir domicile law as unjust and betrayal with educated unemployed youth here. He said it should be withdrawn forthwith to pave the way for widespread consultations with all the stakeholders to evolve a robust safeguard mechanism in the larger interests of the bonafide locals. "All political parties should rise above politics and commit themselves to the just cause of our youth and speak against the law in one voice", Rana said in a statement. He said the law in its present form is disastrous for the youth of J&K in general and those in Jammu in particular, who may
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TEAC Team conducts sanitizes rural, urban areas to prevent outbreak of COVID-19
4/3/2020 10:35:52 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: The NGO, Third Eye Anti Crime Team under the supervision of its Chairman Sham Lal Gupta today sanitized areas covering interior remote as well urban areas of Bari Brahmna,Bishnah and many. A total of 10 Mist Blower 5 Sanitizer Pumps, 5 Spray Machines have been issued for disinfectant spraying in areas. The Sprayers included Manmohan Singh, Krishan Singh and 20 NGO Volunteers who were covering a number of roads in different areas on 3 April including Bye Pas
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Police establish helpline for old aged, handicapped
4/3/2020 10:35:31 PM
Early times Report Reasi, Apr 3: In view of lockdown, District Police Reasi has established a helpline number to help the elderly people and handicapped. The helpline number is 9596974434 for people residing in district Reasi and its motive is to provide a prompt and dependable service to the elderly people and handicaps especially during this period of lockdown and restrictions. The people can avail help from the number by sending SMS and by making calls. If any elderly person who is alone and helpless and needs medicines ,doctors help, food and any other daily use essential items he can contact on the above given number or send a message through SMS. Immediate action will be taken
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Nat Manch launches short film “Tawi”
4/3/2020 10:35:21 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: On its 8th foundation day, Nat Manch today launched short film "TAWI" on official You tube channel of Nat Manch. Founder and President Tarun Sharma presented a brief view of the most eventful happening journey of last 8 years of Nat Manch. Founded on April 3, 2012, the group started its humble journey with the staging plays , Nukkad Nataks , sports activities , cultural activities, Social works and plantation drives. In 8 years with more than 500 plays as part of its ongoing Tuesday Theatre Series, new plays, new musicals, mega events, short films, advertisements and video songs, Nat Manch emerged as one of the important cultural and Sports centers of th
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AJKLTF welcomes govt initiatives to control spread COVID-19
4/3/2020 10:35:13 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: All Jammu and Kashmir Ladakh Teachers Federation has welcomed the initiatives taken by government to control the spread of COVID-19... Devraj Thakur State President appealed the general public to stay inside homes and adhere to the advisories issued by Prime Minister and health department time to time. He also appealed the government employees to donate one day salary to support Government to break the chain of COVID-19 to through this virus’ out of the world and also urges the Govt to strengthen the health care system in Jammu Kashmir. “There is no need to panic over coronavirus. In case any symptoms are noticed, people can contact the call centre
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Senior Congress leader terms new domicile policy an insult to Jammu
4/3/2020 10:35:06 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: All India Congress Committee (AICC) member and senior Congress leader Mohinder Bhardwaj has termed the new domicile policy an insult to Jammu. “The latest move of the BJP-led Central government enlisting new definition of domicile and thereby reserving only the lower grade jobs for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir while throwing open the rest to a nationwide competition, is a step in continuity to humiliate and embarrass the people and in particular the youth. First the demotion of the state to UT and now yet another downgrading in the matter of employment is totally uncalled for and unacceptable”, Bhardwaj said. He further said the BJP and its led Union
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Cong leader Jugal urges govt to ensure ration supply in remote areas of Reasi
4/3/2020 10:34:59 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 3: Senior Congress leader and former minister Jugal Kishore Sharma has urged the J&K Union Territory Government to ensure adequate supply of essential commodities especially in rural areas and remote villages of district Reasi during the ongoing 21-day long lockdown. In a press statement issued here today, Jugal Kishore Sharma said that the people residing in hilly terrain of district Reasi are on the verge of starvation as the supply of food grains and other essential commodities have been badly hit by the restrictions imposed amid lockdown. Sharma said that there is hardly any ration left in the Public Distribution Stores in district Reasi particularly i
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JKOA contributes Rs. 1 Lakh to PMCF
4/3/2020 10:34:51 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: J&K Olympic Association (JKOA) an affiliated unit of Indian Olympic Association contributed a sum of Rs. 1 Lakh from the Association towards the Prime Minister Care Fund through Indian Olympic Association for the noble course.
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ABKMI condemns new domicile law
4/3/2020 10:34:43 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Aadil Manhas State President Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha India while condemning the new domicile law, termed it as that injustice and betrayal with the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. He asserted that J&K BJP leadership had assured the youth of the state for safeguarding their rights but introducing of such law in this juncture when the entire country is passing through a crucial time due to this deadly corona virus. He said this was not the right time to bring such law which directly affected the future of J&K youth. He asserted that the youth of J&K had already been determined for the protection of their exclusive rights over jobs after the repeal
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LMNTRTI distributes masks, caps to Safaikaramcharis
4/3/2020 10:34:31 PM
Early times Report Jammu, Apr 3: Lajpatrai Mehra Neurothrapy Research and Training Institute (LMNRTI) today distributed masks and caps to Safaikaramcharis and other needy people. Coordinator Sumit Mahajan appealed to the People of J&K UT to maintain hygiene and sanitation and stay at home by following all the instructions of JK administration. He also urged the people to turn off the lights of our homes as per the request of PM.
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Divyang in Poonch waiting for essentials at home
4/3/2020 10:34:02 PM
Jammu, Apr 3: The nation is in the state of complete lockdown and administration and NGOs were active to provide the essentials to the needy but some remains unattended during this crucial time. Rafiq a Divyang, resident of Mohalla Jernaily today urged the administration to provide essentials for his survival. He said that he was unable to work and his wife works as a maid in nearby houses to earn the food. But as the lockdown was announced she was unable to go to work due to which we have be
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Teacher in Poonch making masks for frontline workers fighting COVID-19
4/3/2020 10:33:21 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 3: While health care workers and emergency personnel including doctors, nurses and police are spearheading the battle against coronavirus, there are some who are going the extra mile to protect those who are protecting others. One such individual is Nirmal Sharma, who teaches at the DHS-DAV higher secondary school in the border district of Poonch in Jammu and has been making face masks at home for those fighting the deadly virus. Following the lockdown, there was a scarcity of face masks in Poonch. Without blinking an eye, Sharma caught hold of her sewing machine and began stitching hundreds of masks everyday for police personnel, heath care professionals
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HMAI District Kathua elects officer bearers
4/3/2020 10:33:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 3: A resolution was adopted unanimously by the members of “The Homoeopathic Medical Association of India” by its Jammu & Kashmir Branch of District Kathua unit under the chairmanship of Dr. B.R. DUBB president of J&K Branch of the Homoeopathic medical association of India. The following office’s bearers of District unit of HMAI has been nominated by the state president as per the resolution already admitted by the members of the district unit Kathua. The following members of the association were nominated including Dr. B.R. DUBB –Chief patron, Dr. Meenakshi Chib—President, Dr. Vishal Verma---senior Vice President, Dr. Preeti Bhagat---Vice president, Dr. K.
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