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Now Pak conspires to disturb JK peace through ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ drama
2/4/2023 10:50:36 PM
Sanjay Pandita Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: Hell bent to keep the pot of violence boiling in Kashmir, in the latest Pakistan is conspiring to create scene on the so -called Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 prompting the government forces to sound alert. Highly placed sources said the intelligence agencies have received credible inputs including “secret notes that Pakistan is conspiring to rake up its sinister interests on Kashmir through high voltage drama” across various countries, apart from trying to carry out terror strikes in J&K on the fateful day. Pakistan eyes to create scene on the fateful day essentially to shift focus from the economic crises, which has gripped t
After Arif’s arrest, intelligence agencies to focus on Education Deptt
Special teams will identify, single out terror-friendly teachers
2/4/2023 10:50:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: The arrest of a teacher-turned-Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist has stunned authorities as he was not on the list of terror-friendly employees who were on the radar of the intelligence agencies. Highly placed sources said that after arresting teacher-turned-Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist Arif Ahmed, intelligence agencies have decided to focus on the Education Department to single out terror-friendly teachers. “The radical groups like Jamaat-e-Islami have managed entry of a large number of their supporters in the Education Department with the help of the successive popular governments in the erstwhile state of J&K”, sources said and added that the majo
Opposition parties running away from discussion in Parliament: Anurag Thakur
2/4/2023 10:45:06 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Feb 4: Union minister Anurag Singh Thakur on Saturday said the government has nothing to hide on the Adani issue and accused opposition parties of creating a ruckus in Parliament to evade a debate on the “people-friendly” budget. He alleged that they had insulted President Droupadi Murmu by stalling a discussion on the motion of thanks to the president's address and demanded that they apologise to her. “We want discussion on the President's address and 2023-24 budget which will guide India from ‘Amrit Kaal to Swarnim Kaal' and will lay the foundation of New India but the Opposition is running away from discussion,” Thakur told reporters at BJP headquarters here.
No Joshimath like situation in Doda: LG Sinha
2/4/2023 10:45:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: In the wake of sinking of land that developed cracks in residential structures in Thathri belt, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday said that there is no Joshimath like situation in Doda district. "The administration is keeping close eye and no need to panic" Sinha told reporters at the sidelines of an event here at Raj Bhawan. "There is no Joshimath like situation," said Sinha adding that experts are on job and team is assessing the situation for further necessary action. Notably, 21 structures including a mosque, madarssa and residential houses developed cracks due to "sinking" of land. The government is minutely moni
PM Modi to inaugurate HAL's helicopter factory tomorrow
2/4/2023 10:44:52 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Feb 4: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate to the nation a helicopter production facility of state-run aerospace behemoth Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in Karnataka's Tumakuru on Monday. The greenfield helicopter factory, spread across 615 acres, is planned with a vision to become a one-stop solution for all helicopter requirements of the country, a defence ministry statement said on Saturday. It is India's largest helicopter manufacturing facility and will initially produce Light Utility Helicopters (LUHs), it said. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) plans to produce more than 1,000 helicopters in the range of 3-15 tonnes, with a total business of over
Weatherman predicts scattered rain, snowfall for next 2-days in J&K
2/4/2023 10:44:46 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Feb 4: Weatherman on Saturday predicted rain or snowfall at scattered places for the next two days in Jammu and Kashmir. The meteorological department said for the next 24 hours, the weather would remain mainly dry in J&K with very light rain or snow at one or two places of north Kashmir. Under the western disturbance system, scattered snow/rain is likely mainly over Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh for next two days, officials said. Officials said the minimum temperature saw an increase in several parts of Kashmir last night. Srinagar, recorded a low of minus 0.4 degrees Celsius against minus 0.6 on the previous night. The day temperature on Friday in Sri
Airfield security review meeting held in Jammu
2/4/2023 10:44:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: Jammu Airfield Security review meeting was held at Air Force Station Jammu with village heads of areas in immediate vicinity of Jammu Airfield along with representatives from concerned civil agencies to discuss important areas of concern related to Airfield Security and Aerospace Safety for safe aircraft operations at Jammu. The meeting was chaired by the Air Commodore G S Bhullar, AOC Air Force Station Jammu along with key officials from AAI and civil agencies. In the meeting, the AOC highlighted his deep concerns on the need for exercising strict vigil for any untoward occurrences, suspicious activities or drone sighting and requested the stakehol
Supreme Court gets five new Judges
2/4/2023 10:44:35 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Feb 4: Five judges were appointed to the Supreme Court on Saturday with the Centre clearing the names recommended by the Collegium on December 13 last year. Law Minister Kiren Rijiju tweeted to announce the appointment of Justice Pankaj Mithal, Chief Justice, Rajasthan High Court; Justice Sanjay Karol, Chief Justice, Patna High Court; Justice P.V. Sanjay Kumar, Chief Justice, Manipur High Court; Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah of Patna High Court; and Justice Manoj Misra of Allahabad High Court as Supreme Court judges. Once they take oath early next week, the strength of the Supreme Court will go up to 32 judges. At present, the Supreme Court is functioning with
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