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To oppose domicile laws, Kashmir based parties now hailing Maharaja Hari Singh’s vision
7/1/2020 11:50:43 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: After demonizing last Dogra ruler Maharaja Hari Singh for years together as by calling him as ‘despot’ and ‘oppressor’, now some Kashmir centric parties are hailing Maharaja’s vision and invoking Maharaja to oppose domicile law introduced in the J&K from April 1, 2020. As part of their campaign to oppose domicile certificates to ‘outsiders’, these parties are invoking the same Dogra rulers against whom a vicious and malicious campaign was launched earlier by them only. Kashmir centric parties are arguing that it was Maharaja Hari Singh, who had introduced State Subject provision in the year 1927. These parties are claiming Maharaja had brought th
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Shame! NC, PDP politicize Sopore shootout
Omar accuses police of using 3-year old kid as ‘propaganda tool’; PDP demands high level probe
7/1/2020 11:50:37 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Omar Abdullah known for his bizarre and unnatural tweets on Wednesday once again came out to stir yet another controversy in order to hog the headlines. Omar termed heart-wrenching pictures of a 3-year-old kid, whose pictures post the shootout in Sopore went viral, as a mere propaganda tool used by the security agencies. “Everything becomes a propaganda tool in the bloody violence in Kashmir. A three-year-old toddler has to have his misery broadcast to the whole world to drive home the “we good they bad” message. We would have got the point without his misery being filmed & shared so please don’t,” Omar tweeted. In another tweet, he said: “We would
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Junaid Mattoo to lose Govt accommodation, cooks!
7/1/2020 11:50:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: The Jammu and Kashmir government is looking ahead to evict former Mayor of Srinagar Municipal Corporation from the official accommodation in Srinagar. Sources in the Civil Secretariat here said the government has decided to serve a formal notice in the coming days to former Mayor Junaid Mattoo that he should leave his official residence near Gupkar. It is pertinent to mention that Junaid after becoming the Mayor was given the government accommodation that was previously occupied by ministers. Sources said apart from orderlies given by other departments, two cooks had allegedly been deputed at his residence. Sources said the Raj Bhawan has taken
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Anti-rabies vaccine unavailable at GMC Kathua for over six months
Common masses forced to purchase costly injection from open market
7/1/2020 11:50:14 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, July 1: The district Kathua has got a Government Medical College (GMC) which presently functions from the premises of District Hospital Kathua is unable to cater to the needs of the patients as anti-rabies vaccine, a key injection, is unavailable there for the last over six months. The unavailability of the vaccine has been forcing the common masses, especially the poor people to bank upon the private shops to purchase vaccines by shelling out huge amounts of money. The patients visiting the District Hospital Kathua informed Early Times that they visited the district hospital following a dog-bite. “Though it was a pet dog but was not vaccinated so when we visi
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Death toll due to COVID-19 in JK reached 105 as four more die, 198 fresh cases reported
Positive cases 7695, active positive 2734, recovered 4856
7/1/2020 11:50:02 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 1: The death toll due to the Corona Virus in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir reached 105 today as four more persons died due to the virus. At the same time 198 fresh cases of COVID-19 were reported today. Reports said that fresh Corona Virus deaths were reported from Eidgah-Srinagar, Bijbehara-Anantnag, Sopore-Baramulla and Jammu. So far 92 people have died due to COVID-19 in Kashmir while as the number of such deaths are 13. Srinagar has maximum number of deaths and that is 25. Reports said that Baramulla reported 49 fresh cases of Corona Virus followed by Shopian and Srinagar 32 cases each, Pulwama 24 cases, Kupwara 16 case
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BJP leaders forget social distancing, face masks during protest against China
‘Skip media queries regarding skyrocketing fuel prices’
7/1/2020 11:49:52 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, July 1: Gathered outside the Press Club of Jammu to protest against China over the Galwan valley issue, the BJP workers under leadership of ex-MLA Jammu East Rajesh Gupta forgot social distancing and face masks, as repeatedly being advised by the Prime Minister, Narenda Modi to contain the spread of Coronavirus. The act of BJP leaders throwing COVID norms to the wind was captured in the videos taken by the media persons assembled there to cover party’s protest, the
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Busy in staging protests by compromising social distancing norms
‘Congress and BJP are two sides of the same coin’
7/1/2020 11:49:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: It seems ridiculous that when entire country has been grappling with COVID-19, the Sate unit of Congress as well as the Bhartiya Janta Party is following the same lead to bring themselves in limelight by staging protests by compromising social distancing norm. The leaders and workers of these both parties have virtually forgotten the guidelines regarding social distancing while staging protest demonstration just for the sake of media publicity. Although
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Youth have no future in militancy, will try to bring them back to mainstream: J&K LG
7/1/2020 11:49:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu said the government is making diligent efforts to wean away youths from the vicious circle of terrorism and bring them to the mainstream. “First of all, let better sense prevail upon those who are being misled (to join terror ranks). They should understand that it is not the right path. Every citizen of India has equal rights and they too have that,” he said in an interview at Raj Bhawan. “We have been trying that no youth is misled (to join terrorism). There is no future (for them in terrorism),” he said. Murmu said the government is making efforts to bring them back to the mainstream. “
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‘Influential’ police inspector defies 2 transfer orders
7/1/2020 11:48:59 PM
RAJESH TANDON Early Times Report JAMMU, July 1: An influential J&K police inspector has defied the two transfer orders issued by the Police Headquarter (PHQ) during the past seven months and continues to cling on to his old place of posting. According to the sources, an Inspector ranked officer, who was promoted in 2019 to the rank and transferred vide 3078 of 2019, dated 31-12-2019 from Traffic Wing to Crime Branch of J&K police has managed to stall his transfer, not once but twice, allegedly using his clout in the department. According to sources, the said Inspector under some unknown influence didn’t leave the post of DTI, National Highway in Ramban and remained stationed at t
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PWD Rajouri turns blind eye towards dilapidated condition of ITI Road
Huge potholes cause accidents, inconvenience to general public
7/1/2020 11:48:52 PM
ANKIT KESSAR EARLY TIMES REPORT RAJOURI, July 1: The ITI Road Rajouri being one of the busiest roads of the town, where most of the government offices are located but unfortunately it is in a dilapidated condition, which speaks volume of official apathy of the concerned Public Works Department, who has virtually turned blind eye toward this grave issue. The locals alleged that the huge potholes on the road have become the cause of the accidents due to continuous vehicular movement on it
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60-yr-old cancer patient dies due to alleged negligence of doctor
Medico terms allegations as baseless
7/1/2020 11:48:13 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, July 1: A man from Vailoo Kokernag in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district died due to cancer allegedly after a doctor, who operated upon him in a private nursing home eleven months ago, concealed ‘concerning findings’ to the family which misled the family and delayed treatment. Mushtaq Ahmad, who was in his 60’s, was operated by the doctor at a private nursing home in Anantnag back in the month of July-August 2019. Deceased man’s family says they met the doctor at Government Medical College Anantnag in early 2019. “He (doctor) operated on my father at a private nursing home in Anantnag and biopsy test was also conducted but he didn’t disclose
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Don’t turn blind eye towards sufferings of Rani Talab Digiana people: Munish urges Admin
7/1/2020 11:44:57 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Editor-in-Chief, Early Times, Munish Gupta, has appealed to the administration not to turn a blind eye towards the sufferings of the residents of Rani Talab Digiana area. Munish, who would be contesting the forthcoming assembly elections as an independent candidate from Gandhi Nagar constituency, said, “ Residents of Rani Talab Digiana area are facing immense hardships due to authorities not repairing the roads and getting the clogged drains cleaned. The d
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ACB conducts raid at AD FCS&CA office Doda
7/1/2020 11:43:01 PM
ASIF IQBAL NAIK Early Times Report JAMMU, July 1: In an alleged case of use of private vehicle for transportation under Private Entrepreneur Guarantee Scheme (PEGS) Godowns in Doda District, particularly at Ghat Doda, a team of Anti-Corruption Bureau Jammu today conducted surprise raid at Office of Assistant Director Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCS&CA) department Doda and collected the record pertaining to the scheme in presence of senior officials of the Food Department. As per the details available with Early Times, after arriving at Doda the ACB team directly visited the office of AD FCS&CA Doda and put their hands on key documents pertaining to transportation of ration
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2 militants, 21 associates arrested, 5 hideouts busted in June
7/1/2020 11:42:49 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: At least two militants and 21 associates have been arrested by the police besides busting five hideouts during June in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the official data, two militants and 21 associates have been arrested in the previous month in J&K. Two times IEDs were destroyed, as per the data. As per data available security forces recovered explosive material in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on June 3. As per details,“Based on a credible input about possession of illegal explosive materials, Anantnag police raided the residential house of Adil Maqbool Wani, son of Muhammad Maqbool Wani of Nanil and recovered 24 Kgs of illegal exp
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BJP leaders mock PM call for physical distancing, wearing masks
7/1/2020 11:42:41 PM
SANJAY PATHAK Early Times Report KATHUA, July 1: On one hand Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been reiterating for wearing masks and maintaining physical distancing but his own party leaders have been flouting such directives with impunity. One such incident came to light on Wednesday, when former Deputy Chief Minister from BJP, former Forest Minister from BJP as well as incumbent Municipal Council Chairman beside other leaders felicitated the senior officials of Civil as well as Police Ad
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Militants attack on CRPF patrol party, CRPF personnel, civilian dies in an encounter
Police saved 3 years old grandson of the deceased from hitting the bullet
7/1/2020 11:42:26 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report BARAMULLA, July 1: A CRPF trooper and a civilian were killed while three other paramilitary personnel were injured, and a toddler was saved by the police after militants attacked a CRPF party at Model town area of Sopore on Wednesday morning. A top police official said that, today morning, militants attacked 179 Bn of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at Model town of Sopore. Today morning at around 8:30 am, militants attacked 179 Bn CRPF reached Mod
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65 fresh positive, 674 active positive cases, 12 recovered and 23 deaths occurred so far in north Kashmir
7/1/2020 9:44:06 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report KUPWARA, July 1: Out of 198, Sixtyfive fresh positive cases were reported today, there are 674 active positive cases, 1756 are cumulative, 12 recovered and 23 deaths have occurred so far in north Kashmir as on date. According to the district wise positive cases that are available as on July 01, 2020 (Wednesday), In Baramulla district, again there was an spike in the positive cases and 49 fresh positive cases including 02 travelers and 47 others were reported today, there has been an increase in the cumulative cases also that have gone up to 909, and the active positive cases stands at 507, and cumulative recovered cases are 385, including of 04 while a
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