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Girl ends life after 'poor' performance in exams
4/30/2017 11:20:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Following 'poor' performance in her 6th class exams, a 12-year-old girl today allegedly committed suicide at her reaidence in Canal Road here. She strangled herself after her brother allegedly snubbed her for bringing less marks in her class 6 exams. She was later taken by family members to hospital where doctors declared her brought dead, police sources said. The body was later handed over to her family members for last rites. Police have registered a case in this connection. When the alleged incident took place, the girl's father was his shop at Rehari while mother had gone to mourn the demise of their relative, police sources said.
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Fulfill your Election promises: Harsh to Amit Shah
4/30/2017 11:18:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Urging upon the visiting BJP President, Amit Shah to honour the election time promises made to the people of Jammu region, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister said that the BJP's political constituency had suffered the worst neglect and discrimination under the present regime. He said that the people of Jammu region had given an unprecedented and overwhelming mandate to BJP in last Assembly Elections under the belief that bias against Jammu would be undone and Dogra land compensated for all injustice done to it in the past. He said that the gullible people of Jammu region were lured and mesmerized by the grandiloquent promises of the cen
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Bukhari tears into BJP, says preconditions for talks not viable
4/30/2017 11:16:09 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Apr 30: Senior PDP leader and Minister for Education Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Sunday said that dialogue cannot have a rider or any pre-conditions in a democratic set-up. Responding to a question asked on the sidelines of his visit to his constituency, Bukhari said dialogue at all levels needs to be inclusive and cannot be conditional. "Dissent is the essence of democracy. Exclusion of the voices of dissent is against the spirit of a democratic polity. A lack of inclusive dialogue can only add to frustration and over time, generate rejection and more rebellion," Bukhari cautioned. The minister for education observed that it was former Prime Minister A.
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Forest deptt acts tough, evicts encroachers from 45 kanals of land
4/30/2017 10:57:41 PM
Early Times Report GANDOH (DODA), Apr 30: Acting tough against unauthorised structures built on government-owned land in Chilly Bhalesa forest range of Doda district, the forest department has evicted encroachers from 45 kanals of its land. The land was retrieved in compartment No 45 of Chilly Bhalesa forest range by a team of forest officers. Two structures built on this land were also dismantled, according to official sources. The eviction proceedings were carried out under sections 6(b) (
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Locals stages protest demonstration, stop construction work of Marog-Kela Morh tunnel
4/30/2017 10:57:13 PM
Tahir Mushtaq Early Times Report Ramban, Apr 30: Hundreds of locals staged protest demonstration against the Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) for not recruiting the locals in their ongoing construction work on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway at Kela Morh area of district Ramban, today. The unemployed educated youth of district Ramban has forcibly stopped construction work of around 300 meters Marog to Kela Morh Tunnel from the past five days and raised slogans against HCC authorities, di
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Chief Secretary chairs maiden meeting with Civil & Police administration
4/30/2017 10:56:06 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Apr 30: In his first interaction with the Civil and Police Administration of Kashmir Division, after taking over as Chief Secretary, B.B. Vyas on Sunday undertook an extensive review of the overall developmental scenario and the law and order situation in Kashmir Valley. The meeting was attended by top Officials of the Civil and Police Administration including Director General of Police, S.P Vaid, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan, IGP, Kashmi
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Bukhari tears into BJP, says preconditions for talk not viable
4/30/2017 10:56:02 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Apr 30: Senior PDP leader and Minister for Education Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Sunday said that dialogue cannot have a rider or any pre-conditions in a democratic set-up. Responding to a question asked on the sidelines of his visit to his constituency, Bukhari said dialogue at all levels needs to be inclusive and cannot be conditional. "Dissent is the essence of democracy. Exclusion of the voices of dissent is against the spirit of a democratic polity. A lack of inclusive dialogue can only add to frustration and over time, generate rejection and more rebellion," Bukhari cautioned. The minister for education observed that it was former Prime Minister A.
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KPC condemns Kashmir Bar Association petition in SC over present Kashmir mess
4/30/2017 10:55:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: KPC strongly support the stand of Centre Government and vehemently condemn the Kashmir Bar association petition in Supreme Court over present Kashmir mess. KPC strongly supported the stand of Centre Government before the Supreme Court, where it ruled out talks with separatist elements or those raising the issues of "accession or azadi" in the Kashmir valley and would like to talk only with the legally recognized stakeholders under the frame work of Indian constitution and not with those separatist elements who rake up the issue of accession or Azadi . KPC Chief Kundan Kashmiri strongly condemned Kashmir bar association for raising question over accessio
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SDM Thanamandi places doctors absent on duty under suspension
4/30/2017 10:55:49 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Apr 30: On April 21, Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM), Thanamandi paid surprise visit to Primary health Centre (PHC) at Lah and found six employees, including two doctors, on unauthorisedly absent from duty. All the employees were placed under suspension and directed Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Rajouri to take necessary action and also attached the employees with Community Health Centre (CHC) at Thanamandi. The suspended employees include Dr Ankush, Medical Officer (MO) ; Dr Vibhakar Dutta, dental surgeon; Yassar Arfat & Khadim Hussaim , both technicians; Parveen Akhter female Nursing Orderly (FNO) and Mohd Arif, safaiwala. Dr Suresh Gupta , CMO vide his offi
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4 hunters held with guns, cartridges
4/30/2017 10:55:44 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 30: A team of Wildlife Department and Forest Protection Force today arrested four hunters during a raid in Kana Chargal area and seized their guns, alongwith live and used cartridges and the killed birds. Regional Wildlife Warden, Jammu, Dr V S Senthil Kumar said the operation was headed by Amit Sharma and teams conducted checks in Kana Chargal, Sondhi, Doon and Pachori areas in the wee hours and arrested four persons involved in hunting of doves which is schedule-IV species as per J&K Wildlife Protection Act 1978 (amended upto 2002). He said as per section 8 of J&K Wildlife Protection Act 1978 (amended upto 2002), no person can hunt any wild animal specifie
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Samba police foils bovine smuggling bid
4/30/2017 10:55:41 PM
Early Times Report Samba, Apr 30: In continuation of drive launched against the bovine smuugler by SSP Samba, Ghgawal Police foiled bovine smuggling bid at Ghagwal and recovered eleven bovine in District Samba here today. The operation was conducted under the supervision of SSP Samba Anil Magotra. According to the Police sources, A police party of Ghgawal police station headed by SI Rajeshwar Singh SHO Ghagwal Police Station laid a Nakka near Tapyal morh during early morning. Police party signaled a truck bearing registration No JK21C- 7214 coming from Kathua side but the driver of the vehicle instead of stopping accelerated his vehicle. The alert cops chased the truck and caught
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Police begin probe into boy's suspicious death
4/30/2017 10:55:39 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Apr 30: Police have initiated inquest proceedings into the suspicious death of a boy who was found hanging from a window of his house near here yesterday. Mohammad Anees (11) was found hanging by his minor sister. Another minor sister was in a friend's house in the neighbourhood while their mother had gone to Rajouri town to lodge a complaint with police against one Mohammad Azam and his son for domestic violence. On her complaint, police had registered an FIR under sections 354, 341 and 323 of RPC Police sources said after the minor girl brought the matter to the notice of neighbours, they immediately reached the spot, brought the boy down from the window an
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Alleged narco smuggler denied bail
4/30/2017 10:55:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: First additional sessions judge, Jammu, Mohammad Akram Chowdhary has rejected the bail application of an alleged narco-smuggler. Accused Parveen Sharma, son of Mohan Lal Sharma of Trikuta Nagar, was apprehended by cops of Bahu Fort police station from sector 2 of Trikuta Nagar on December 4, 2016 along with 170 corex bottles. Cops had developed suspicion about him when he had avoided their naka while coming in his i-10 car from the side of sector 1 of Trikuta Nagar. After a chase, cops had caught hold of him. The court said the epidemic of drugs in young generation had assumed alarming dimensions in India. It had also led to increase in crime rate. "
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JU spends Rs16 lakh on Standing Counsels in litigation: NSF
4/30/2017 10:55:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30 : The University of Jammu (JU) spent a whopping sum of Rs 16 lakh in three years on account of fee paid to Standing Counsels to defend its cases in different courts. This data was revealed by Dr Vikas Sharma, President of National Secular Forum (NSF) today In a press statement, Dr Sharma while citing a RTI reply said that more than 400 cases of varsity were pending in different courts. "The University has paid a sum of Rs 16 lakh towards fee to Standing Counsels. Giving details, he disclosed that the highest amount paid to one of the Standing Counsels was Rs 11.8 lakh followed by Rs 1.89 lakh, Rs 1.36 lakh and Rs 62,375 thousand respectively. "It is
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Traffic Police to seize vehicles parked on roadsides
4/30/2017 10:55:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: The Jammu and Kashmir Traffic Police will now seize vehicles parked haphazardly on roadsides as it intensifies attempts to streamline traffic across the state. The seized vehicles would be released by the state's high court, the Senior Superintendent of Traffic Police in Jammu said in a notification. The step is being taken in compliance with the directions issued by the high court regarding traffic snarls caused by parking of vehicles on roadsides. "All commuters are hereby informed not to park their vehicles on the roadside and ensure that the vehicles are parked at places earmarked for the purpose," the officer said. Jammu, the winter capital of t
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AoA pivotal, broadly accepted document : PDP
4/30/2017 10:55:20 PM
Early Time Report Srinagar, Apr 30: Declaring Agenda of Alliance (AoA) as pivotal and a broadly accepted document that incorporates solutions to all the issues plaguing our state, People's Democratic Party (PDP) Chief spokesperson Dr Mehboob Beg today said that forward momentum on Agenda of Alliance will go a long way in mitigating the situation that the polity of this state finds itself in today. Agenda of Alliance,Beigh said, was painstakingly arrived after taking into account the concerns of all stakeholders and that the document in itself was a revolutionary step because it was for the first time that the terms of alliance were made public unlike our opposition who traded the specia
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Mughal road remains closed for 2nd day, Kashmir highway through for traffic
4/30/2017 10:55:18 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 30: Traffic on historic Mughal road remained suspended for the second day today due to fresh snowfall at Peer Ki Gali. Meanwhile, the national highway, connecting Kashmir valley with the rest of the country, was through for one-way traffic and vehicles will ply from Jammu to Srinagar for second consecutive day today in view of shifting of Darbar Move winter capital, Jammu to Srinagar. A traffic police official said that traffic on Mughal road, connecting Shopian in south Kashmir with Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu region, will remain suspended as precautionary measures in view of fresh snowfall at Peer Ki Gali. However, he said the authorities and Mughal
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NPP condemns Farooq Abdullah for Kupwara remarks
4/30/2017 10:55:10 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Apr 30: Condemning National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah's remarks on Kupwara attack, the National Panthers Party (NPP) on Sunday held the former and his party responsible for the prevailing 'nuisance' situation in Jammu and Kashmir. "He is the one who creates all the nuisance in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Farooq Abdullah has been getting all the benefit of time, right from whatever his father did or the people of Kashmir sacrificed for. How he became the Member of Parliament today, nobody talks about it. He didn't even get 3.5 percent votes. He can speak anything he likes," NPP leader Bhim Singh said. Singh also questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on
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Sessions judge transferred, 4 promoted
4/30/2017 10:55:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: In a full court meeting held here Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed, a sessions judge was transferred and four others were promoted to higher grade. According to order issued by high court Registrar General Sanjay Dhar, Pawan Dev Kotwal, district and sessions judge, on his repatriation from Supreme Court is posted as 2nd additional sessions judge, Jammu, against the post which was lying vacant for the last eight months. In another order, Mohammad Akram Chowdhary and Rajesh Sekri, both district and sessions judges, have been placed in Super Time Scale of J&K Higher Judicial Service with effect from February 1, 2017 and Ap
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Weather turns pleasant after early morning chill in Kashmir
4/30/2017 10:54:58 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 30 : After witnessing early morning chill due to overcast skies, weather turned pleasant this afternoon as sun came out from behind the clouds, resulting in improvement in the maximum temperature in Kashmir. Meanwhile, night temperature dipped few notches across Kashmir valley and Ladakh region due to rain and snowfall, coupled with ice cold winds. A Met department spokesperson said that light rain and thundershowers would occur at few place during the next 24 hours in Kashmir valley. World famous ski resort of Gulmarg, about 55 km from here in north Kashmir, received rain overnight, resulting in further dip in the night temperature. The ski resort was
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Classes to remain suspended in 2 GHS schools today
4/30/2017 10:54:47 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 30 : Class work in two Higher Secondary Schools will remain suspended tomorrow in view of upward spiral in student protests in this summer capital during the last over two weeks. An official spokesperson here today said the class work in SP Higher Secondary School and MP HSS will remain suspended tomorrow as a precautionary measure. However, he said that other higher secondary institutions, besides colleges were open in the Valley though security forces will remain deployed in strength outside these institutions to prevent any protests. Kashmir valley witnessed spiralling protests by students on April 17, two days after security forces allegedly thrash
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Refrain from lowering soldiers' morale: Centre to Farooq Abdullah
4/30/2017 10:54:38 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Apr 30:With former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah raking a row with through his 'Kupwara attack was aimed to spread hatred against Muslims' remark, the Centre has reiterated that senior politicians should refrain from making statement that lower the morale of the security forces. "There is a clan which indulges in selective condemnation of violent incidents and makes a hue and cry on such acts, but turns a blind eye when the security forces attain martyrdom. A soldier who sacrifices his life for the nation is supreme," Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) told the media here. Earlier on Saturday, Abdullah courted another controversy
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Excise sleuths conduct raids
4/30/2017 10:54:26 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, April 30, 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, Mr Sandeep Gupta & Inspector Excise Arun Kumar along with excise staff raided the Sonthali, Barnoti, Mahichak, Sunjwan & Kangdyal areas of Kathua district to arrest the menace of illicit distillation of liquor. In the process more than 1200 kilograms of L
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Keeping structural material on roads to attract Rs 50,000 fine
4/30/2017 10:54:15 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 30 :House owners and commercial establishments, who keep debris or structural material on roads, lanes and parks, will be fined upto Rs 50,000 for causing impediment to free flow of pedestrian and traffic movement in this summer capital. An official spokesperson here today said that keeping debris or structural material on roads, lanes and parks will attract a fine of upto Rs 50,000 by Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC). He said that all defaulters are informed to immediately remove such debris/waste material within a week's time. "Else charges under the Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules 2016 (Construction and Demolition Waste Management) shall
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NKRSNS demands probe into conspiracy against MLA
4/30/2017 10:54:02 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Apr 30: Nav Kathua Railway Station Nirmaan Samiti held its monthly meeting and demanded a fair probe of a conspiracy that was hatched against the MLA Kathua, Rajiv Jasrotia to make an attempt to end his life. In the meeting, the Samiti strongly came in support of MLA Kathua, Rajiv Jasrotia and condemned this attack on public representative. This shows the situation of law and order in the state where the public representatives are not safe what to talk of general public. Samiti members Bunty, Amrish, Sanjeev Verma, Rajinder Pacifist, Vikas and Rahul also expressed their surprise and strongly retreated that this is not only very unfortunate but also shameful tha
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Parliamentary Committee on External Affairs visits Leh
4/30/2017 10:53:46 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 30 : A five-member Parliamentary Committee on External Affairs visited Leh in Ladakh, where Army briefed them about security situation in the region. "The Committee comprising of five Members of Parliament under the Chairmanship of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor visited Fire and Fury Corps, Leh yesterday on a study tour," a Defence Ministry spokesperson said. He said Committee members were warmly welcomed by Major General AS Chowdhry and Senior Officers of the Fire & Fury Corps. The Parliamentary Committee was briefed about the security situation and dynamics in the region," he added.
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AIKS Trust holds meet at Jagti
4/30/2017 10:53:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: A meeting was convened by the parents, social activists, representatives of camps Muthi, Nagrota, inmates of Jagti township with the Coordinator All India Kashmir Samaj (AIKS) Trust Jammu unit Prof CL Sadhu Founder Member of the Trust and other functionaries. As per press release, some of the economically weaker sections of the parents of the school going children in camps expressed their anguish of the deletions of the names of their wards studying in pea
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Model Academy celebrates spring festival
4/30/2017 10:38:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: The exuberance of spring festival was spread in the ambience of MIER when Model Academy the prestigious school hosted the Inter School Group Song Competition titled 'Bahar'. The occasion was graced by the esteemed presence of Additional Secretary Cultural Academy Arvinder Aman who was the chief guest and Adit Gupta, Director MIER who was the Guest of Honour. Other dignitaries who joined them were Rupa Gupta, Management Representative, Pramod Srivastava, Pri
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Students to participate in International Grading Exam
4/30/2017 10:38:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Career Abacus, a leading Abacus teaching Institute will be holding International Grading Exam for the students pursuing Abacus course at its various authorized Centers . This year students learning Abacus skills in other Institutes may also participate with some conditions. The International Grading Exam will be organized by Global Association of Japanese Soroban and Mental Arithmetic (GAJSMA) having its office in many countries in the world. Each student will be assessed and graded individually based on the standard grading system which is accredited by Taiwan Chamber of Commerce and Chinese Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Association. This competitio
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Ibtisaam Hakla secures 441/500 in Class XII
4/30/2017 10:37:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu Apr 30: Ibtisaam Choudhary Hakla d/o Shamsheer Hakla Poonchi who is a prominent Gujjar leader and an intellectual of J&K state) hailing from remote Bandichechian of district Poonch has brought laurels to family and her district by securing 441 marks out of 500 in Class XII (Science) Examination . Local reports said that the girl has brought laurels to the entire Gujjar-Bakarwal community by securing 441/500 (88.2%) marks against the Roll No-1619792 in 12th class a
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Dalhousie Hilltop School launches Global Exchange Program
4/30/2017 10:37:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Dalhousie Hilltop School announced the launch of their International Exchange Program with award winning school such as St. Andrews and St. Verits in the US. Students from Hilltop collaborate with students overseas to do joint projects that address global issues and promote social responsibility and cultural awareness. "In today's global environment it is imperative that we teach and train our students to learn, think and act as globally competent, responsib
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Capacity Building Programme on ICT organized at MHAC
4/30/2017 10:37:10 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: ICT Workshop for classes III to VIII was held in the premises of MHAC School Nagbani Jammu under the aegis of DAV-CAE. One day Capacity Building Programme on ICT started with Registration today. Around 12 teachers from different DAV Schools of Jammu region i.e, R S Pura, Akhnoor, Panjtirthi & Poonch participated in this capacity building programme which was inaugurated by Lalita Manhas followed by lighting of lamp by Sween Puri, Principal MHAC School Nag
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VFI nominates Magotra as Associate Secy
4/30/2017 10:36:52 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30:: Chief Executive Officer of Volleyball Association of Jammu and Kashmir (VAJK), Kuldeep Magotra has been nominated as Associated Secretary of the Volleyball Federation of India (VFI). Considering his vast experience and contribution for the game of volleyball at the state, national and international level, Magotra was choice of majority of the members present during the elections of the VFI. Meanwhile, patron in chief, Raj Daluja and president, Sidharth D
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Natrang presents 'Dusra Paksh' in its weekly Sunday Theatre Series
4/30/2017 10:36:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: This Sunday Natrang featured a new play 'Dusra Paksh' in its weekly Sunday Theatre Series at Natrang Studio. The play has been written by Hamidullah and was directed by Neeraj Kant. Conceived on a very dramatic plot, the essence of the play was dipped with human relations and humanity in them. The play 'Dusra Paksh' revolves around a few character who all appear in pivotal position but the character of 'Din Dayal' emerge as the cause of the happenings in t
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LCK organizes medical camp
4/30/2017 10:36:06 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Apr 30: Lions Club Kathua (LCK) under the president ship of lion Sanjeev Rai Gupta organized a medical camp in association with KD Hospital Amritsar today at Ashtha Nursing Home Kathua. As per press release, Dr Dushyant Thaman, a renowned Neurologist from Amritsar checked more than 150 patients who has come from different places of the district. Lion Dr Vikas Ubbot in his address in the opening ceremony told media that many persons are suffering from neurological problems in Kathua District for which this camp is specially organized. Free medicines were distributed to the patients. He further told that a follow up camp will be organized for better treatment of
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Basic training camp of teachers concludes
4/30/2017 10:35:53 PM
Early Times Report Samba , Apr 30: Seven days Basic Training Camp of Govt. Teachers of District Samba for Scoutmasters/Guide Captains which started on 24-04-2017 and inaugurated by Chander Parkash Ganga, Minister for Industries and Commerce concluded today . Babila Rakwal,Director School Education, Jammu was the Chief Guest on concluded function whereas Sohal Kazmi a social activist presided over the function and O. P Bhagat, CEO Samba WA guest of honour. 42 Govt. Teachers of District Samba attended the Basic Training course of Scout masters and Guide Captains with full zeal and zest and completed it successfully. Babila Rakwal blessed the newly qualified S
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BSF school celebrates annual day function
4/30/2017 10:35:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: A rainbow of colours unfurled on the stage as BSF School Jammu celebrated its Annual Day ' From Darkness to Light 'amidst great zest, vibrancy and elation. The evening was reserved for a gala presentation. Ram Awtar IG BSF Jammu Frontier was the esteemed Chief Guest and Kamlesh Ram Avtar was Guest of Honour. The occasion was also graced by the other officers of the force, press, parents and students. After the arrival of Chief Guest, the lighting of ceremonial lamp took place which was followed by Ganesh Saraswati Vandana. The Annual Report read by S K Shukla, Principal BSF School Jammu highlighted the school's achievements in both academic and co-curric
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Colour Masters, a unisex salon inaugurated
4/30/2017 10:34:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Get excellent beauty services with a whole lot of exquisite treatments. They have a team of expert beauticians and stylists who take some time to acquaint themselves with your persona as well as your skin and hair texture in order to give you a style that complements your personality. To provide all this, Colour Masters, a unisex salon, having all the beauty and hair facilities was inaugurated today at Trikuta Nagar, sector 2 near Easy Day, Jammu. The sa
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PoK DPs fed up with inhumane approach of key political parties of Centre, State: Chuni
4/30/2017 10:34:14 PM
Early Times Report Sunderbani, Apr 30 : S O S International - an organization for PoK Displaced Persons today castigated main political parties for keeping blind eye and callous attitude towards the plight of PoK Displaced Persons. While addressing the PoK DPs Rally today at Sunderbani, S. O. S. International Chairman Rajiv Chuni said that PoK DPs are fed up with inhumane approach of key political parties of State and Centre due to which PoK DPs are constrained to spend their lives in troub
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JKR-e-TTF holds meet, highlights demands
4/30/2017 10:33:54 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Apr30: All Jammu and Kashmir Rehbar e Taleem Teachers Forum Doda held meeting today under the chairmanship of District President Sajjad Malik to focus at the problems of EV's converted ReT Teachers yet to be regularized. EV converted ReT teachers have completed their eligibility tenure back in 2014 but due to one or the other baseless query from Directorate they still are waiting for their regularization. Their files are now complete in all respects and licking
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One day training programme under NABARD sponsored project held
4/30/2017 10:33:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: Division of Vegetable Science and Floriculture, SKUAST-J, FOA, Chatha, organized one day training programme under NABARD sponsored project entitled "Production and demonstration of quality planting material of commercially important cut and loose flowers in Jammu region" today. The training was organized at Village Chatha which was attended by 60 farmers of Chatha and adjoining village Bansultan. Dr. Arvinder Singh, Co-Principal Investigator of the project welcome the farmers in the training programme; give a brief scenario of the floriculture sector of the state viz.a.viz. highlighted the role of NABARD in boosting the farming community through the ong
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Kota: Grooms' father seeks best gift, asks sons, baraatis to donate blood at wedding venue
4/30/2017 10:32:49 PM
Agencies Kota, Apr 30: Tragedy often inspires great deeds. When a family member died around 20 years ago due to lack of blood, Rakesh Vaishnav had only thought in mind -if only someone had volunteered to donate blood, a life could have been saved. Then a 19-year-old, he took an oath to donate blood regularly. He has already donated blood more than 24 times. His mission touched a high point Saturday, when two of his sons, all dressed for their later in the day, and several members of the marriage procession --- from both the grooms' and the brides' side --- donated blood at a camp he had organized at the wedding venue. The unique event was witnessed at Ramganjmandi town of Kota in Rajas
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Debate cum awareness programme on ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ Abhiyan held
4/30/2017 10:32:39 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Apr 30: To promote ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ Abhiyan in rural areas and to enable the students fraternity to counter this curse, Govt Upper Primary School (UPS) Masri in collaboration with others schools of Zone Gundna organized a debate cum awareness programme at Govt UPS Masri. Speaking on the occasion, Head Master Govt UPS Masri Shabir Ahmed said that the programme was aimed to make the students aware of such crime being executed against the girl child. He also said that we as a society should work towards to save the girl child as the sex ratio is decreasing day by day. In the debate competition, scores of students from different educational institutions of
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GLTF holds meet , discusses various issues
4/30/2017 10:32:29 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, Apr 30: General Line Teachers Forum today held meeting at Udhampur under the Presidentship of District chairman Sarbjeet Singh and Vice President Rakesh Singh to discuss the present scenario of education and highlighted the various burning issues of Teaching community. While addressing the teachers Sarbjeet Singh highlighted the problem being faced by the teachers due to vacant posts of Zonal Education Officers of zone Jib and Zone Udhampur and demanded that these posts should be filled immediately without any delay for smooth functioning of these two most busy offices in District Udhampur. District President Vivek Gupta demanded to de
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Chiralla Development Committee reframed
4/30/2017 10:32:12 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Apr 30: Today a meeting of Chiralla Development Committee was held at HQ Seva Chiralla to reframe Chiralla Development Committee. After the meeting a protest was held infront of closed BDO office in which public of Chiralla raised slogans against BDO Chiralla. Public alleged that the BDO office Chiralla always remains closed and it has not been opened since last seven months. People do not know where it actually works. They said that the department functions from Doda, Thathri or Thallela where the BDO and his staff feel suitable and public is suffering badly due to the callousness of concerned, BDO and his subordinate staff. The developmental works are hampered
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Shri Ved Gayatri Mahayagya enters 6th day in Sunderbani
4/30/2017 10:31:59 PM
Early Times Report Sunderbani, Apr30: Shri Ved Gayatri Mahayagya being organised by Shri Shri 1008 Mahamandelswar Shri Sunita Nand Giri Ji Maharaj at Shakti Sansthan Sunderbani entered 6th day with chanting the mantras of ved Mata Gayatri which was performed by the achrayas participating in the Mahayagya being organised w.e.f. 25 April to May 3, 2017. A large number of devotees from different regions of Jammu and Kashmir are participating in the Hawan. Daily Gayatri Katha is performed from 4 to 7 pm by Acharya Shri Shokendra of Shanti Kunj Haridwar. By performing Hawan Mahamandelswar ji prayed for the well being and peace in the country. Mahamandelswar Sunita Nand Giri Ji Maharaj whil
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ABMS distributes relief material to fire affected family
4/30/2017 10:31:44 PM
Early Times Report Billawar, Apr 30: A function was organised under the leadership of advocate Pankaj Basotra Convenor Atyachar Brashtachar Mukti Sangathan (ABMS) , social organisation of Billawar at Aglidhar Panchayat of Billawar in which relief material clothes , bedding , utensils and ration was distributed to the fire affected family of Zamel Singh of Rehan Burhal which is one of the far flung areas of the Aglidhar Panchayat . While speaking on the occasion Pankaj Basotra said that few days ago he came to know about the fire incident and he quickly rushed to the spot and physically saw the whole condition of the family members who completely lost their each and every thing. B
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2 day dental workshop concludes
4/30/2017 10:31:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu Apr 30: Indian Dental Association (IDA), Jammu branch, conducted two days workshop by Dr. Rajeev Chitguppi, an internationally acclaimed Periodontist on the topic "Biological and Clinical foundation of Periodontal, Resective, Regeneration, Esthetic and Implant Surgeries" and " Biological and Clinical Foundation of Smile design". Dr. Rajiv Mengi, President IDA Jammu, informed that this is for the first time that a hands-on course was conducted in the subject of Periodontics in Jammu. Dr. Chitguppi trained the dentists of Jammu and Kashmir by conducting Hands-on course for various periodontal surgeries and smile design. He covered the topics including Perionomics
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ReT Forum demands release of pending SSA salary
4/30/2017 10:31:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 30: A monthly meeting of All J&K ReT Teachers' Forum on Sunday held at Exhibition Ground Jammu under the chairmanship of state president Vinod Sharma. The meeting was attended by the executive members of the Forum including district Presidents . While speaking on the occasion Vinod Sharma highlighted the issue of SSA salary due to which thousands of Regularised ReTs of the state are suffering and their families are living miserable lives. He said that though E
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NHM employees hold meet
4/30/2017 10:30:52 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Apr 30: The National Health Mission (NHM) employees of Health Block Thathri in Doda District organized a block level meeting of its employees. In the meeting, various issues and problems being faced by the NHM employees were discussed in detail besides stress was laid on all NHM employees to get united on one platform to strengthen the unity among all so that the District Union would work for the betterment of NHM franternity and shall continue their strive till th
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