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Local Cong leaders sabotaging ‘Ghar Wapsi’ of Azad loyalists
7/12/2024 10:17:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 12: Even as some former legislators associated with the Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) are ready to rejoin the Congress party, some party leaders are sabotaging the “Ghar Wapsi” of these leaders. Fearing that the return of these leaders in the Congress party would challenge their supremacy in the party, some Congress leaders are misinforming the high command about loyalists of Ghulam Nabi Azad, who are ready to shift their loyalties after realizing that their future is bleak in the DPAP. Highly placed sources said that during the recent All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary in-charge J&K Bharatsinh Solanki and AICC Joint Secretary Manoj Yadav in Kashmir meeting of the Azad loyalists was finalized with the Congress leaders but at the eleventh hours some local leaders sabotaged the whole exercise. Solanki and Yadav visited Kashmir during the last week of June with a mission to rope in some former Congress leaders who are...
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Officer can’t exercise power to arrest under PMLA as per his whims and fancies: SC
7/12/2024 10:17:12 PM
New Delhi, July 12: The Supreme Court said on Friday that the power to arrest under the anti-money laundering law cannot be exercised according to the whims and fancies of the ED officer. A bench of justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta, which granted interim bail to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the money laundering case linked to alleged excise policy scam, said any undue indulgence and latitude to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) will be deleterious to the constitutiona...
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June 25 to be observed as ‘Samvidhaan Hatya Diwas’
7/12/2024 10:17:00 PM
NEW DELHI, July 12: The government has decided to observe June 25, the day the Emergency was declared in 1975, as ‘Samvidhaan Hatya Diwas’ to commemorate the “massive contributions” of those who endured inhuman pains of the period, Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced on Friday. He also said the observance of ‘Samvidhaan Hatya Diwas’ will help keep the eternal flame of individual freedom and the defence of the democracy alive in every Indian, thus preventing “dictatorial forces” like...
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Reminder of what happened in 1975: PM
7/12/2024 10:16:47 PM
NEW DELHI, July 12: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that observing June 25 as ‘Samvidhaan Hatya Diwas’ will serve as a reminder of what happened when the Constitution was trampled over. He said on ‘X’, “It is also a day to pay homage to each and every person who suffered due to the excesses of the Emergency, a Congress unleashed dark phase of Indian history.” Modi’s post came soon after Home Minister Amit Shah announced commemorating June 25, the day Emergency was declared...
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Police bust human trafficking racket, rescue 4 minor girls
7/12/2024 10:16:32 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 12: Police have busted a human trafficking gang and rescued four minor girls from the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said on Friday. Two people, Shakeel Ahmad Bhat and Mehraj-u-Din Tantray, both residents of Baramulla, were arrested, they said. Police said acting on a tip from a reliable source, Baramulla Police Station busted a human trafficking module operating in Ushkura, Baramulla. They said the investigation revealed that Shake...
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Railways adds 92 general coaches in 46 trains, plans more
7/12/2024 10:16:15 PM
New Delhi, July 12: Amid several instances of overcrowding reported from different trains over the past few weeks, the Railways Friday said it has added 92 general category coaches in 46 long-distance trains for passenger convenience. In a statement, the ministry said it plans to add general coaches in more trains. The statement said, "92 new general category coaches have been installed in these 46 trains and further, 22 other trains have also been identified for the same." It has p...
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Searches launched in Jammu
7/12/2024 10:15:43 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 12: Security forces launched a search operation in the border belt of Jammu district on Friday after information was received about suspicious movement in the area, officials said. The forces are on high alert and have asked people to share any details of suspected movements in their areas. A joint search operation was launched by Army, police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Guda Patan and Kana Chak areas near the Chenab river in the Akhnoor border belt this morning after some people informed police about the suspicious movement of three persons in the area, the officials said. The security forces have scanned agricultural fields, village...
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Earthquake shakes Baramulla
7/12/2024 10:15:37 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 12: A magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck Baramulla district in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday, officials said. There were no reports of any loss of life or damage to property, they said. The earthquake hit the north Kashmir district at 12.26 pm. According to the officials, the earthquake struck at a latitude of 34.32 degrees north and a longitude of 74.41 degrees east at a depth of 10 km. EQ of M: 4.1, On: 12/07/2024 12:26:24 IST, Lat: 34.32 N, Long: 74.34 E, Depth: 10 Km, Location: Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir, National Center for Seismology post on X. ...
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Hajj 2024: Last flight lands
7/12/2024 10:15:31 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 12: The final flight of the Hajj 2024, carrying 317 pilgrims, has landed at Srinagar International Airport on Friday morning, marking the conclusion of this year’s pilgrimage for Jammu and Kashmir, officials said. The journey, however, has been marred by tragedy, as 11 pilgrims from the region as per the officials succumbed to ‘heat stroke’ during the holy pilgrimage. Dr. Shujhat Qureshi, Executive Officer, Jammu and Kashmir Hajj committee said that on Friday morning, the last batch of pilgrims has arrived. He, however added that 2 pilgrims would be staying back as one of the pilgrim is still in hospital undergoing the treatment and is accompanied ...
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Over 4,400 devotees leave Jammu
7/12/2024 10:15:12 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 12: More than 4,400 people left Jammu to join the pilgrimage to the cave shrine of Amarnath in the south Kashmir Himalayas on Friday, amid tight security arrangements, officials said. They will leave for the shrine, at a height of 3,880 metre, after reaching the two base camps of the yatra — Baltal and Pahalgam. Till Thursday, 2,66,955 people paid obeisance at cave shrine, the officials said. The 52-day pilgrimage, which began on June 29, is underway amid a spate of terror attacks in the Jammu region and an ongoing massive search operation there to track down the terrorist behind an ambush in Kathua district on Monday, in which five army personnel wer...
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Kashmir colleges get 10-day summer break
7/12/2024 10:15:05 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 12: The Jammu and Kashmir Higher Education Department Friday announced summer vacation for all Government Degree College of Kashmir and winter zone areas of Jammu division from July-15. Principal Secretary Higher Education Department, Alok Kumar in an order said that the vacations shall be observed from July-15 to July-24. “All the Government Degree Colleges falling in the Kashmir division and Winter zone of Jammu division shall observe summer vacation with efect from July-15-2024 ot 24th July,” it reads. ...
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KU postpones exams
7/12/2024 10:15:00 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 12: Following the announcement of summer break in Kashmir colleges, University of Kashmir (KU) Friday postponed all UG examination of 2nd and 4th semester scheduled from July-15 and 16. Assistant Controller of Examination at KU in an order said that the examinations were postponed due to the announcement of summer vacation in colleges of Kashmir division. “It is notified for the information of all UG Candidates of 2nd and 4th Semesters that their examinations scheduled to be held from 15-07-2024 and 16-07-2024 respectively have been postponed due to summer break in the Colleges,” it reads. The official further said that it will issue revised date s...
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Ex-trade union leader Khurshid Alam resigns from People's Conference
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Empowering MSMEs of Bharat: Vi Business, PayU Partner to Accelerate Digital Growth with exclusive offers
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Vehicle with wooden logs seied by police
"IIM Dr Ritu Singh at its State-of-the-Art campus at Jagti"
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DC Samba inaugurates District Level Capacity Building Training Programme under Beti Bachao Beti Padhao
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