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Undeterred by terror attacks, Centre asks J&K admin to conduct Assembly polls before Sep 30
6/14/2024 10:45:44 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 14: Undeterred by the recent terror attacks in Jammu province, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government at the Centre has decided to continue with the process of conducting maiden assembly elections in the Union Territory. While the central leadership of the BJP has asked the local unit to start preparations for the Assembly polls, authorities at the higher level have already conveyed the message to the J&K administration about the conduct of polls before September 30. Sources said that participation of people in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir has encouraged the Union Government to go for Assembly polls. “People’s overwhelming participation in the Parliament elections has reposed common masses’ faith in the democracy and democratic institutions of the country so the Union Government wants to build up on this positive atmosphere”, sources said and added that preparations for Assembly elections will go...
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After terror attacks, Amit Shah reviews J&K security
6/14/2024 10:45:35 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, June 14: Union home minister Amit Shah on Friday reviewed security situation in Jammu and Kashmir in a meeting with top security brass in wake of terror attacks in the Union territory. The Union Home Minister will also chair another detailed routine meeting on June 16 on Jammu and Kashmir security situation, in presence of Jammu and Kasmir LG, National Security Advisor among other key officials of Army, MHA and the erstwhile state....
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Terrorists wanted to kill everybody on the bus, says survivor
6/14/2024 10:45:27 PM
Early Times Report Gonda (UP), June 14: Terrorists kept firing at the bus even after it fell into the gorge, Neelam Gupta, who was one of the 41 injured in the attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district, said, recalling the June 9 incident. Nine people were killed in the attack on the vehicle that was carrying pilgrims from the Shiv Khori temple to the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine in Katra. The 53-seater bus veered off the road due to indiscriminate firing by the terrorists and fell into t...
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Over 30,000 devotees pay obeisance at Mela Kheer Bhawani: LG Sinha
6/14/2024 10:45:11 PM
Early Times Report Ganderbal, June 14: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said over 30,000 devotees paid obeisance at Mela Kheer Bhawani at Tulmulla, Ganderbal while as a Yatri Niwas to accommodate 1000 pilgrims will be completed next eight months in the district. Talking to reporters, after paying obeisance at the Mata Kheer Bhawani Temple at Tulmulla, Ganderbal, LG Sinha, said that over 30,000 devotees visited the Temple this time. “The devotees were ferried in over 20...
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Looking forward to engaging in productive discussions with world leaders: PM Modi
G7 Summit
6/14/2024 10:44:57 PM
Agencies BARI (ITALY), June 14: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said he was looking forward to engaging in productive discussions with world leaders at the G7 Summit on Friday to address global challenges and foster international cooperation for a brighter future. The Prime Minister’s comments came as he arrived in Apulia, southern Italy, to attend the Outreach session of the G7 Summit. “Tomorrow (Friday) is a packed day for him. We have several bilateral meetings with world leaders l...
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SC seeks Centre, NTA’s response on plea for CBI probe into ‘irregularities’
NEET-UG Row
6/14/2024 10:44:40 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, June 14: In a significant development amid a raging row over the NEET-UG, the Supreme Court on Friday sought responses from the Centre and the NTA on a plea for a CBI probe into allegations of question paper leak and other irregularities in the exam. A vacation bench of justices Vikram Nath and Sandeep Mehta, which was hearing a batch of pleas including a PIL filed by Hiten Singh Kashyap, also sought responses from the CBI and the Bihar Government within two weeks. ...
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Night outing absolutely safe: Jammu Police
6/14/2024 10:44:18 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 14: Refuting the reports being circulated by some social media handles on night outing, Jammu Police on Friday said that it is absolutely safe and secure. A police spokesman in a message said that fake information is being circulated by some social media handles regarding avoiding night outing in Jammu. "Police has taken strong note of such rumours and have asked people that this information is absolutely baseless and not to take serious such rumours, fake information," said the spokesman. He further stated that police, security forces have maintained proper area domination and surveillance. "J&K Police is fully aware and competent to handle any c...
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Drug De-Addiction Centre Jammu closed
6/14/2024 10:44:13 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 14: District Registering Authority for Clinical Establishments has ordered the immediate closure of the Parivartan Foundation Drug De-addiction Centre, situated at village Garhi, Domana Jammu. During a surprise inspection of the institution, severe irregularities and significant operational deficiencies were observed while the unprofessional management of the centre was also noted and taken into consideration. To ensure the protection of the inmates from future inconvenience and mistreatment, Convenor, District Registering Authority, has issued an order for immediate closure of the Parivartan Foundation Drug De-addiction Centre. Arrangements have been ...
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J&K Police rewards 5 villagers
6/14/2024 10:44:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 14: Five residents of Jammu and Kashmir’s Makdi village have been rewarded for foiling a bid to smuggle about 10 kg of heroin from across the Line of Control, an official said on Friday. The police headquarters has sanctioned Rs 4 lakh as reward money for the villagers for their “heroic display of bravery and patriotic act”, a police spokesman said. Makdi, he said, is a village that falls ahead of the anti-infiltration obstacle system near the LoC in the Nowshera sector of Jammu and Kashmir. Without caring for their safety, the villagers intercepted four narcotics smugglers in April, leading to the seizure of the heroin consignment that weighed 9.94...
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MeT predicts heat wave in Jammu
6/14/2024 10:44:01 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 14: Weatherman here on Friday forecast heatwave over plains of Jammu and hot and dry weather over rest of the places in J&K during next five days. However, a meteorological department official here told that there is likelihood of a “brief” spell of rain/thunder/lightning on June 19 and 20. He said on June 15-18, generally dry weather is expected even as light rain and thunder at isolated places can’t be ruled out. From June 19-21, he said, generally cloudy weather is expected with a spell of light rain/thunder at scattered places towards afternoon. “Heat wave over plains of Jammu & hot and dry weather over rest of the places of J&K is expected...
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Results of 3rd online essay contest 2023-2024 declared
CVPPPL signed Loan Agreement of Rs 1869. 265 Crore
DC Doda reviews arrangements for 10th International Yoga Day
DCO conducts inspection of chemist shops in Sangaldan
ADC Kathua disposes of 15 cases under FSSA Act 2006, imposes fine of Rs 4, 48,000 on defaulters
DC Udhampur finalizes arrangement for JKSSB Supervisor SWD written exam
Chugh lacks political understanding, knowledge about J&K: Sadhotra
Kavinder terms Farooq's visit to Kheer Bhawani Temple a political gimmick
DGP J&K pays obeisance at Mata Kheer Bhawani, Prays for peace and harmony
CS launches competitions on MyGov portal to mark 'International Yoga Day'
Div Com, ADGP meet members of Civil Society
KPs celebrate annual Mela Kheer Bhawani
J&K land scam: Revenue officers among several booked
VC JU inaugurates ten day workshop on technique of Kathak used in Bollywood
Guru Ravi Dass Sabha celebrates birth anniversary of Babu Milkhi Ram
Tony urges PM for minimum Rs 1 Cr compensation for Martyrs across India
Locals, traders of Kunjwani-Narwal Bye Pass Road protest against NHAI
PM Vishwakarma guidelines translated in Urdu language
Yuva Rajput Sabha pays tribute to Brig Rajinder Singh
SP Smart Schools felicitate class 10th students for outstanding board results
BLSKS celebrates “Duggar Tamdeh Festival 2024”
National Anthem in school assemblies will boost moral integrity: Raman Suri
Director Horticulture reviews developmental activities, launches HADP folder
IRCS organizes Blood Donation Camp
Keshav Chopra organises free eye check-up camp at Gaushala
Union Home Secretary chairs meeting to review progress of three New Criminal Laws
Uday Chib, Hari Singh emphasize unity to overcome political challenges in J&K
Police rewards 5 border residents for foiling cross-LoC narco smuggle bid
Govt Polytechnic for Women, Jammu secures major placement success
Jodhamal students-authors penned 130+ books!
Mohd Amir and Arshid Ahmed appointed as Fitness Trainer for summer Kabaddi Coaching Camp
One-week workshop on "Basic skills in ICT" concludes at GCOE, Jammu
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