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Kashmiri Pandit Premier League gets underway at KC Stadium
12/5/2021 11:08:37 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: Kashmiri Pandit premier league under the banner of Iqwat Sports and Rising Athletes Edition-2 got underway here at KC stadium. The guest of honour was IG headquarters Gareeb Dass along with Surinder Ambardar (BJP leader), Ajay Bharti (BJP leader), Anil Bhat (Bureau Chief PTI), Rajeev Pandita spokesperson BJP KDD and Col G K Raina and Retiredd Col Nayak were the chief guests. KPPL is a cricket tournament which started last with a lot of participation from the youth of exiled KP community spread all over the country now is in its second edition which was inaugurated by prominent personalities from different walks of life. This year 16 cricket teams all ov
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DC reviews Covid testing facilities at Railway Station Katra
Asks authorities to share Travelling history details of Pilgrims, immigrants with administration; Follow test, track and treat approach to avert threat of fresh surge
12/5/2021 11:08:33 PM
Early Times Report REASI, Dec 5: District Development Commissioner, Charandeep Singh today chaired a meeting to discuss modalities for intensifying testing to keep a track on all people and pilgrims entering Katra and other locations. Charandeep Singh emphasized that the sampling is required to be done on a daily basis with other concrete measures to mitigate the pandemic in the district. Passengers arriving at the entry points need to show a negative RT-PCR test certificate and those who test positive will be mandatorily quarantined and dispatched back home safely following COVID-19 SOPs. "Test, track and treat is an effective strategy to check the spread of the disease, which needs
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Udhampur: GDC Boys organises webinar on "Hindustani Sangeet Aur Naadatmak Dhvani"
12/5/2021 11:08:18 PM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Dec 5: Department of Music, Government Degree College, Boys Udhampur today organised a webinar on the topic “Hindustani Sangeet Aur Naadatmak Dhvani” late evening here on the other day. Principal of the College Prof. Subhash Chander was the chief guest on the occasion. The program started with welcome address by Head of the department of Music, Prof. Samosh Kumar, while Dr. Kuldeep Raina HoD Music Government MAM College Jammu was the resource person of the event. He gave a detailed lecture on the subject and made the students of music of BA Semester-1st, 3rd and 5th to understand the nuances of the subject. He talked about Ahata Naada, resonance and
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Fearless act averts tragedy
12/5/2021 11:08:13 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT UDHAMPUR, Dec 5: On December 2, Mehraj Ahmed of Karol, Ramban risked his own life by jumping into the mighty Chenab river to save an unknown drowning woman. He exhibited exemplary courage and swimming skills. Without caring for his own life, in a herculean effort of 20 minutes, he finally managed to save the woman. Though he had no formal training in swimming, the brave boy did not hesitate before diving into the deep river while many onlookers watched helplessly. A nick
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Enforcement teams recover Rs 27,600 fine from violators in Ramban
12/5/2021 11:07:34 PM
Early Times Report RAMBAN, Dec 5: Continuing the enforcement drive to implement Covid protocol across the district Ramban, the Enforcement teams today fined scores of violators for roaming without wearing face masks and not maintaining physical distance. The enforcement teams, during the inspection in their respective jurisdictions, recovered a fine of Rs 27,600 Taking the total amount fined since April 1, 2021 to Rs. 70,18,300. The Enforcement officers urged the people to wear face masks and maintain physical distance besides taking Covid vaccination doses at their nearest CVC. District Immunization Officer, Ramban, Dr, Suresh informed that as many as 682 persons were administered
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Agriculture Sub-Division Marh celebrates ‘World Soil Health Day’
12/5/2021 11:07:29 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: Agriculture sub-division Marh celebrated “World Soil Health Day” on the theme “Swasth Dhara- Khet Harra” at Ganeshu Chak, Panchyat Surechak block n Zone Mandal. The programme conducted by AEO Mandal under professional guidance of Sub Divisional Agriculture Officer Marh, Dr Ashwani Jojra, inaugurated and presided over by Madan Lal, BDC Chairman, Block Mandal, PRI members and progressive farmers of Panchayat Sure Chak. Dr. Jojra sensitized all on unwanted and excess fertilizer application leading to drastic reduction in soil productivity, water pollution, serious health hazards to humans and animals also. On the occasion 30 soil health cards were distribu
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DDC chairperson expresses concern over half hearted response of officers towards PRIs
12/5/2021 11:05:59 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: Taking strong note of lackadaisical approach and half hearted response towards the elected representatives including PRIs and DDCs, DDC Chairperson Kishtwar warned that she along with other elected representatives will hit the roads in case the officials didn’t give due response to the sufferings of people approaching them at various quarters. Addressing a press conference in Kishtwar, DDC Chairperson Pooja Thakur expressed her grave concern
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Ladakh adds 14 COVID-19 cases
12/5/2021 11:05:36 PM
Early Times Repor Leh, Dec 5: Ladakh’s coronavirus caseload increased to 21,683 on Sunday with 14 fresh infections, officials said. The death toll remained unchanged at 215. Of these, 157 deaths have been reported from Leh and 59 from Kargil. The number of active cases in the union territory dropped to 298 -- 277 in Leh and 21 in Kargil -- from 311 the previous day, according to the officials. The officials said 1,900 people were tested for COVID-19 in Leh and Kargil on Saturday. Of these, 14 tested positive for the viral disease in Leh. They said 23 patients were discharged from hospitals in Leh and four in Kargil, taking the total number of recoveries in Ladakh to 21,170.
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Another milestone achieved in under-construction Kashmir railway project
12/5/2021 11:05:30 PM
Early Times Repor Banihal/Jammu, Dec 5: The Northern Railway achieved another milestone on Sunday with one more tunnel in the Bankot area near Banihal in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ramban connected after a breakthrough, officials said. With the breakthrough of the tunnel, most of the excavation work of railway tunnels between Banihal and the Khari sector has been completed by IRCON International Limited, they added. The work on the Kashmir rail project in a 110-km-long railway line between Katra and Banihal is underway and is likely to be completed within the next two years. The project is part of the 272-km Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla railway line to provide an alternative surface link betw
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Two revenue officials among six charged with fraud mutation of land
12/5/2021 11:05:25 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: The Crime Branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police has filed a chargesheet against six persons, including government officials, for their involvement in hatching a criminal conspiracy and preparing mutation of over two acres of land here, an official said on Sunday. The chargesheet against two revenue officials and four members of a family was filed in the court of special judge, anti-corruption, for judicial determination on Saturday, a spokesperson of the Jammu Crime Branch said. He said the mutation of the land at Tikku Tehra was done in contravention of the law of the land and against the interest of the complainant Gurdeep Singh, son of a Pakistan-occupi
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5 shops gutted, Army help put off fire in Baramulla, locals lauded role
12/5/2021 11:05:19 PM
Early Times Repor Srinagar, Dec 5: A massive fire broke out in the main market area of Village Fatehgarh in north Kashmir district of Baramulla causing damage to the public property. Meanwhile, Fire and Emergency officials said five shops were gutted in a devastating fire incident at Fatehgarh causing damage to the property. Defence spokesman Col Emron Musavi said, a massive fire broke out in the main market area of Village Fatehgarh in the night of December 4 - 5 around 2110 hours. He said the fire soon engulfed a large densely populated area built with wooden shops and residential areas. Trees in the vicinity also caught fire which extended the conflagration zone in the market.
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Police nabs drug peddlers with 950 intoxicant bottles in J&K’s Kathua
12/5/2021 11:05:13 PM
Early Times Repor Jammu, Dec 5: Police on Sunday have arrested drug peddlers with 950 bottles of banned intoxicants in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. Senior Superintendent of Police, Kathua, Ramesh Kotwal said around 950 bottles of banned intoxicants (corex syrup) has been seized from inter-state narco peddlers. He said one luxurious vehicle has also been seized while drug peddlers have also been taken into the custody. “We are investigating the matter,” said the SSP.
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Kisan Sammelan-cum-Fair under Vice Chancellor to Village (V2V) held
12/5/2021 11:04:59 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-Jammu Prof JP Sharma, today inaugurated Kissan Sammelan-cum-fair at village Deoli, Bishnah under Vice Chancellor to Village (V2V) programme in its continuation to second year. The programme was organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Jammu wherein large number of farmers, farm women, panchs, sarpanchs, DDC and BDC chairman from Deoli, Laswara, Dabar, Sikanderpur, Batyari and adjoining villages participated. On the occasion Prof. Shar
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Transporters hold meeting, demand relief in passenger tax
12/5/2021 11:04:13 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: An emergency meeting of All J&K Transport Welfare Association (AJKTWA) was held at its office at Ware House Jammu under the chairmanship of its president Vijay Chib. All presidents of concerned groups/representatives and transporters were present in the meeting. In the meeting, transporters appealed to the government of JKUT to provide relief in passenger tax of all commercial transport passenger vehicles as they are unable to pay such heavy passenger taxes because of already undergone business turmoil. The route permits of transport commercial passenger vehicles which are due for depositing passenger tax and further to be renewed in Transport Commiss
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All must work to make nation garbage free: Sat
12/5/2021 11:01:43 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: Fulfilling a long pending demand of locals and contributing towards “Swach Bharat”, former Minister and ex-MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma (CA) along with Councillor Ward 26 Hardeep Singh Mankotia started slab works on Deep Drains (Nullah) in Jalebi Morh at Subash Nagar area of Jammu West Assembly segment. A number of people including local residents and political activists of the area were also present. Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that if we want t
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CVDF demands separate parliamentary, 2 additional Assembly seats for Chenab valley
12/5/2021 11:00:22 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT DODA, Dec 5: Various political leaders from the erstwhile Doda district have formed an organization and named it Chenab Valley Development Forum (CVDF) with an aim to fight for the local people aspirations. The organization has announced its seven point agenda, including Divisional Status for the Chenab Valley, two additional Assembly Seats, one separate Parliament Constituency, Pahari Status, Statehood for J&K before elections, free electricity for the area and preserv
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Sarpanch Panchayat Kotli Shah Doula organizes workers meeting
12/5/2021 11:00:08 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: In a bid to revamp his strategy after resigning from primary membership of BJP party ahead of forthcoming Assembly elections, Sarpanch Panchayat Halqa Kotli Shah Doula Badrinath Sharma, on Sunday organized workers meeting from different areas of RS Pura constituency. Sarpanch Badrinath asked workers and his supporters to get prepared to fight for complete statehood of Jammu and Kashmir, as revocation of statehood has brought immense hardships to people of
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BJP leader Sumit organizes registration programme for unorganized sector workers
12/5/2021 10:59:45 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: BJP leader and Co-Convener Sanskritik Cell BJP JKUT, Sumit Sharma organized a registration programme of unorganized sector workers on e-Shram portal. Speaking on the occasion, Sumit Sharma first thanked PM Narendra Modi because e-Shram is the reflection of the commitment of Prime Minister who believes in Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas aur Sabka Vishwas. Sumit sharma said any worker who is working in unorganized sector and aged between 18 and 59 is eligible to reg
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SKS General Secretary calls on Relief Commissioner
12/5/2021 10:59:22 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: SKS General Secretary, Bharat Kachroo met Relief Commissioner (RC) Jammu, Ashok Pandita. During the meeting, Kachroo discussed various issues related to Kashmiri Pandit community in length. SKS has again urged to RC to own relief holders of Delhi NCR under relief authority Jammu so that issues related to bifurcation deletion and addition which are not taking place at Delhi can be resolved like Jammu. Bharat Kachroo also requested to RC that Ayushman cards
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JTC-SKF protest enters 429th day
12/5/2021 10:59:06 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: A protest was held by the Jagti Tenement Committee (JTC) and Soan Kashmir Front (SKF) J&K at Jagti Township near Nagrota today under the chairmanship of JTC & SKF president, Shadi Lal Pandita. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) also joined the protest in which the vice president of AAP Rajesh Gupta said that the government should meet their demands as soon as possible. Addressing the protesters, Shadi Lal Pandita said that we have been protesting for last 429 days as t
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JKUTEUF to hold distt level protests in favour of its demands
12/5/2021 10:58:36 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: The Jammu and Kashmir UT Employees United Front (JKUTEUF), an amalgam of various Employees’ Unions of Jammu and Kashmir, said that government is not serious to resolve the issues of lakhs of employees of UT J&K as a result of which Front will now organize district level protests in favour of these demands. Addressing a press conference here today, Chairman of the JKUTEUF, Bhupinder Singh said that decision to hold district level protest has been taken to gi
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Run against drug eviction organized, scores of youth vowed against drugs
12/5/2021 10:58:15 PM
Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Dec 5: Garnering the mass support in Marathon-A Run against Drug Eviction, scores of youth participated and vowed against drugs despite heavy rain & freezing cold weather. The marathon started from Malhar to Garnai with more than 150 youth taking part in it from these two panchayats. Former MLA & Chief Patron Balwant Singh Mankotia said that participation of such a large number of youth in this marathon for a war against drugs has set an example. Participants to
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Shahid reviews tribal welfare projects, new schemes
12/5/2021 10:57:37 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: Secretary, Tribal Affairs, Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary reviewed the progress on various projects, schemes and initiatives of the department and stressed for expediting the tendering and execution process. A number of new schemes were also deliberated upon. Director, Tribal Affairs, Mushir Ahmed Mirza, Secretary, Advisory Board, Mukhtar Ahmed, Jt Director Planning, OSDs, senior officers of the department while Deputy Commissioners of various districts along with district and sectoral officers participated through videoconference. Detailed review of villages selected under the Cluster Tribal Model Villages was conducted under which nearly Rs 80.00 Cr have
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KVK Leh celebrates World Soil Day
12/5/2021 10:57:30 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT LEH, Dec 5: With the message, ‘To the Soil, Let us be Loyal’, Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Leh, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir celebrated World Soil Day at its Leh Office. The programme was conducted under the guidance of Prof (Dr) JP Sharma, HVC of both SKUASTs of UT of Jammu and Kashmir and Prof Dr DM Makhdoomi, Director Extension, SKUAST-K in a hybrid mode i.e. both offline as well as online. Dr FD Sheikh, Sr. Scientist and Head at KVK-Leh told that due to the spike in COVID-19 cases in the UT of Ladakh, the administration of UT Ladakh has suspended the public dealings in all offices and as such the programme had to b
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Newly married man allgedly commits suicide in Kashmir
12/5/2021 10:57:24 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 5: A newly married man allegedly commit suicide by hanging himself at his residence in Pampore township of south Kashmir. Official sources said, Gawhar Majeed Dar a resident of Dhobi Mohalla Kadlabal in Pampore township allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence in Saffron Town Pampore area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district on late Saturday evening. The deceased had got married a month ago, sources said. Police have taken away the body for autopsy and a case under relevant sections of law has been registered in Police station Pampore. The further investigations were taken up, the sources. The body was handed over to the relatives fo
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Devender Rana calls on Lt Governor
12/5/2021 10:57:18 PM
EARly times REport JAMMU, Dec 5: Sh. Devender Singh Rana, former Legislator & senior BJP leader today called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan. Sh. Rana apprised the Lt Governor about various issues of public importance pertaining to the revival of Self Help Groups of Engineers; regularization of daily wagers; pending payments under MGNREGA, besides other development issues. Discussions were also held on important issues like creation of new employment avenues for the loc
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Special camp for golden, E-Shram cards organized at ward 41
12/5/2021 10:57:18 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: A special camp for facilitation of general masses to register for Ayushman Golden Cards as well as E-Shram labour cards was organized by Sanjay Kumar Baru, Corporator at office of ward 41 here. The proceedings of the camp were taken over by Vikas Khajuria, Common Service Centre. Baru said earlier the camp was organized for almost a week but as the camp remained closed on Sunday due to holiday, some locals remained deprived of the facility. He said that this camp will work regularly on all Sundays till every eligible individual of the ward is enrolled under these schemes.
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KVK Samba celebrates World Soil Day
12/5/2021 10:57:08 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT SAMBA, Dec 5: Krishi Vigyan Kendra Samba celebrated World Soil Day 2021 in association with Department of Agriculrure, Samba on 5th of December at KVK Samba SKUAST-Jammu and its campaign “Halt Soil Salinization, boost soil productivity”. The programme was attended by more than 90 farmers, farm women and field officers of development departments participated. The programme was organized under the aegis of Vice Chancellor Dr JP Sharma and under the guidance of Dr. S.K Gupta,
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NYFO prez Er Rishi meets Azad, terms him seasoned politician
12/5/2021 10:56:49 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: Prominent social and political activist and National President Nationalist Youth Farmers Organization (NYFO) Er Rishi Kaul Kilam along with Mashqur Ahmed Bhat, National Joint Secretary NYFO and Gourav Chopra Councillor had a meeting with senior AICC leader Ghulam Nabi Azad at Jammu. Er Rishi Kilam while highlighting the public core issues during the meeting said that it was a privileged meeting as he felt that Ghulam Nabi Azad possesses all the qualities of a
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NC remembers Sheikh Abdullah on his 116th birth anniversary
12/5/2021 10:56:24 PM
UDHAMPUR, Dec 5: District Udhampur unit of the National Conference celebrated 116th birth anniversary of Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Mohd Abdullah here today at party office. The party activists under the leadership of district president Sunil Verma paid floral tributes and remembered Sheikh Abdullah. Addressing a huge gathering assembled at the venue, Sunil Verma said only due to the struggle of Sheikh Mohd Abdullah all sections of the society got justice and development upto grass root level. Others who were present on the occasion include Akash Verma youth leader, Master Moti Ram, Jagdish Bhardwaj, Abdul Gani district ST cell president, Sarpanch Hans Raj SC Cell, Anitullah.
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Grenadiers holds felicitation ceremony for veterans, Veer Naris
12/5/2021 10:56:18 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: In the series of events organized to celebrate the spirit of Swarnim Vijay Varsh, the 50th anniversary of victory of Indian Army in historic 1971 Indo-Pak war, 8th Battalion of the Grenadiers held a felicitation ceremony for its veterans & Veer Naris. The ceremony was attended by 1971 war Veterans, Veer Naris & Ex-Servicemen of Battalion. In 1971 war, battle of CHAKRA was fought by 8 GRENADIERS on the banks of Karir river in Western Sector. In a saga
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International Volunteers Day celebrated
12/5/2021 10:56:06 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: International Volunteer Day was celebrated by Magic Bus India Foundation in Govt Middle School, Narwal Bala. The chief guest on the occasion was Tarun Uppal, Chairperson, Nirbhay Bharat Foundation and special guest was Sharda Kumari, Councillor Bahu Fort. In his address on the occasion, Tarun uppal said that the celebration of 'International Volunteer Day' provides an opportunity for volunteers and organizations to further enhance their efforts, share their
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VC JU releases book ‘Bhavna’ penned by Bhavna Mahajan
12/5/2021 10:55:10 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: A book release function was organized at Amar Singh Club Jammu. The function was arranged by Sanjeev Mahajan, husband of author of the book “Bhavna” Bhavna Mahajan. On the occasion, Vice Chancellor University of Jammu (JU) Manoj Dhar was the chief guest and the guests of honour were Chairman Team Jammu Zorawar Singh Jamwal and Dr Nirmal Vinod. Women empowerment can be defined to promoting women’s sense of self worth their ability to determine their own choi
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Jammu prodigy Onkar develops orbital satellite
12/5/2021 10:54:53 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: Adding another feather to his cap, 15 years old Onkar Singh Batra, the recipient of Rashtriya Bal Puraskar is now on the path to reach the stars. Recently he has initiated a project to develop India’s First Open-Source Satellite namely–‘InQube’. InQube, which is a 1U CubeSat, is being developed under the banner of Paradox Sonic Space Research Agency, a non-profit research organization founded by him. Onkar is a 15 years old student who was recently conferred with the Rashtriya Bal Puraskar from President of India for his accolades in theoretical science and web development. He holds five world records, including a one for being the World’s Youngest Web D
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GDC Basohli celebrates World Soil Day
12/5/2021 10:54:47 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT BASOHLI, Dec 5: Government Degree College (GDC) Basohli organized an online lecture to celebrate “World Soil Day’’, under the aegis of “Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav”. The event was organized under the guidance of Dr Nidhi Kotwal, Principal, GDC Basohli. Prof Gurdyal, HOD Geography, GLDM College delivered the lecture on the theme “Halt Soil Salinization, Boost Soil Productivity”. In his address, he stated that soil in most parts of the country is becoming saline due to the excessive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. He discussed various methods for the reduction of salinization of soil. He stressed up on increasing productivity of soil by means of organic manu
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Good governance hallmark of Modi government: Mahan Singh
12/5/2021 10:54:41 PM
Early Times Report KATHUA, Dec 5: Col (Retired.) Mahan Singh, DDC Chairman Kathua today held a public grievances’ Sammelan at Duggan (Bani). People in large numbers from Duggan, Bani and Lohai Malhar blocks attended the event. DDC members Kishore Kumar, Reeta Devi, BDC Chairperson Neelam Kumari accompanied the DDC Chairman. Sarpanchs and Panchs also attended the Sammelan. SDM Bani and ADDC Kathua along with all concerned officers and officials were also present. Public issues like delay i
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Government Degree College, Kilhotran organizes intra-college poster-making contest
12/5/2021 10:54:28 PM
DODA, Dec 5: In continuation to series of events under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav India @ 75 (phase-3) Red Ribbon Club of Government Degree College, Kilhotran in collaboration with J&K AIDS Control Society, H&ME Department, Jammu organized an intra-college poster-making contest as a part of TB Awareness Campaign. The event was held under the patronage of Principal, Dr Javid Iqbal. Students of the college actively participated in the activity and prepared posters highlighting the causes, effects and preventive measures related to TB. The event was judged by Dr Barket Ali, HoD Botany, Dr Barket Ali, HoD Urdu and Prof Yasar Arfat Beigh, HoD Arabic. In the event Saima Saleem student
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GDC Kalakote Observes TB awareness campaingn
12/5/2021 10:54:20 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT KALAKOTE, Dec 5: Red Ribbon Club of GDC Kalakote organized a TB Awareness Campaign under the guidance of college Principal, Dr Romesh Kumar Gupta. A large number of students of the college took participation in poster making competition held as a part of the campaign. The event commenced with a formal speech by Nodal Officer Prof Jyoti Devi, where she highlighted the causes and remedies related to spread of TB and why there is need of awareness campaign at college lev
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Congress workers conference held in Ward No 55
12/5/2021 10:54:09 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 5: A Congress workers conference was organized in Ward 55 of Municipal Corporation Jammu. Former chairman of Municipal Corporation Jammu and senior Congress leader Satish Sharma was the chief guest in the programme. In the conference, the workers targeted the local councilor of their own party fiercely, the workers said that the councilors are working arbitrarily and no one is being taken into confidence. Sharma said that continuous complaints are being receiv
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LWWS stages street play “Bach Ke Raho”
12/5/2021 10:52:34 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 5: Lalded Women Welfare Society (LWWS) under its Saturday series staged the play “Bach Ke Raho” here today in presence of impressive gathering. In the play, Nattu and his friends were talking about corona virus and telling each other how to utilize their time in quarantine. Friends asked Nattu how he was managing time in this corona period. Nattu said he was really worried about Corona virus. He prayed for everyone to stay safe and healthy in this bad time. A
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Man stages protest to demand all-weather road for remote Marwah
12/5/2021 10:42:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Carrying a placard containing various demands and keeping his eyes blindfolded, a social activist from remote Marwah in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar district stood in protest for several hours here to press for all-weather road connectivity and power supply for the area. Rouf-ul-Islam had covered nearly 250 kilometres from his home to Jammu to highlight the problems being faced by the residents of the Marwah sub-division comprising three tehsils of Marwah, Dechhan and Warwan which remain cut off for over six months annually owing to heavy snowfall during winter. My only purpose for the protest is to invite the attention of the government including Uni
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Navin Choudhary inaugurates 'Pashudhan Vyapar Mela' at Lakhanpur
12/5/2021 10:41:50 PM
Early Times Report KATHUA, Dec 5: Principal Secretary, Animal & Sheep Husbandry, Navin Kumar Choudhary, today inaugurated 'Pashudhan Vyapar Mela’ at RP Check post, Lakhanpur. Secretary, Cooperatives Department, Yasha Mudgal was the guest of honor on the occasion. Terming 'Pashudhan Vyapar Mela' being held every month at Lakhanpur as landmark decision, Naveen Choudhary said the step will help Jammu and Kashmir in a big way to achieve the target of becoming self sufficient in milk product
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India is ‘Spiritual Capital’ of world: Chief Justice Mithal
Emphasizes disbursing of fundamental duties instead of asking for rights only
12/5/2021 10:41:31 PM
EARly Times REport JAMMU, Dec 5, 2021: Chief Justice of High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, Justice Pankaj Mithal, today said that India has a distinction of being called as the ‘Spiritual Capital’ of the world. “India’s cultural milieu is the cosmos of pure spirituality which discourages distinguishing humans on the basis of religion”, Chief Justice maintained. The Chief Justice remarked this during an event themed ‘Dharma and The Constitution of India' organized by a Delhi based
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Lt Governor addresses SKIMS’s 39th Annual Day celebrations
12/5/2021 10:41:08 PM
earLY tIMES rePORT SRINAGAR, Dec 5: Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today addressed the 39th Annual Day celebrations of SKIMS and e-Inaugurated and laid e-foundation stones of several projects on the occasion. While addressing the gathering through virtual mode, the Lt Governor observed that SKIMS has played an indispensable role in the healthcare system of UT. On the occasion, the Lt Governor also congratulated the administration, faculty, and students of SKIMS, and all those who were
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