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Give reasons for not getting Pahari votes: High-command to BJP J&K unit
6/19/2024 10:10:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 19: Taking serious note of the failure of the party to mobilize the ethnic Pahari tribe in just concluded Lok Sabha elections, the central leadership of the BJP has asked the J&K unit to submit a report citing reasons Pahari Muslims voted for the opposition parties. Highly placed sources said that the failure of the party to get the support of Paharis for Apni Party candidate Zaffar Iqbal Manhas has spoiled the BJP’s plan to achieve Mission 50 in the coming Assembly elections in J&K. Despite opposition by the Gujjar-Bakerwal, the BJP-led government at the Centre granted Scheduled Tribe status to the ethnic Pahari tribe with the hope of making inroads among Muslims but the results of the Lok Sabha were not encouraging. Apart from addressing the concern of the Gujjars and Bakerwals, the BJP has shifted its focus on Muslim Pahari leaders after passing the historic "Constitution (Jammu and Kashmir) Schedule Tribes Order (Amendment) Bill, 2023" in the P...
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Reasi attack: Police arrest OGW who helped terrorists in execution
6/19/2024 10:09:59 PM
Early Times Report REASI, June 19: Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday said that in a major breakthrough in connection with the Reasi terror attack, one terror associate was arrested who helped the terrorists in the execution of the attack. A bus carrying pilgrims fell into a gorge after the terrorist attack in Reasi district in Jammu and Kashmir on June 9 evening, leaving at least nine persons dead and 33 others injured. Addressing a press conference, Senior Superintendent of Police (SS...
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IGNOU, JKSSB exams fall on same date
Aspirants urge authorities to reschedule tests
6/19/2024 10:09:39 PM
Atul Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, June 19: Students of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) are caught in a quandary as both institutions have scheduled their exams on the same date i.e. June 23. Students while talking to Early Times said, “Originally, IGNOU had scheduled its exams to start from June 18. However, due to a clash with the UGC exams on the same day, IGNOU postponed the affected exams to June 23. This rescheduling has led to overlap with the JKSSB exams, causing distress among students who are now forced to choose between the two crucial exams.” Students said that it would be difficult for them to manag...
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PM Modi to lead 10th International Yoga Day celebrations
6/19/2024 10:09:19 PM
NEW DELHI, June 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will mark this year’s International Day of Yoga on June 21 in Srinagar during which he will address the gathering and also participate in a yoga session, his office said on Wednesday. Modi will visit Jammu and Kashmir on June 20 and 21, 2024, a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said. Prime Minister Modi will participate in ‘Empowering Youth, Transforming J&K’ event at Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC) in...
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Over 7,000 people to join PM: LG Sinha
6/19/2024 10:09:02 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 19: More than 7,000 people from different walks of life will join Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday to celebrate the 10th International Yoga Day on the banks of the famous Dal lake in Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that it is an honour for the entire Kashmir valley to have the prime minister here on the International Yoga Day. “It’s an honour for the whole valley to have Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on the International Y...
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Online gaming: GST Council likely to deliberate on taxation
6/19/2024 10:08:33 PM
NEW DELHI, June 19: The GST Council in its meeting on Saturday is likely to deliberate on a host of issues, including taxation of online gaming and corporate guarantees on related party services, besides levy of tax on spectrum fees paid by telcos, sources said. The 53rd meeting of the GST Council, chaired by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and comprising her state counterparts, is also likely to discuss the progress of the Group of Ministers (GoM) on finalising the report on Goods and Service Tax (GST) rate rationalisation. This would be be first meeting of the GST Council after a gap of eight months. The 52nd GST Council meeting was held on October 7, 2023. With regard to the ...
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Govt amends J&K Police recruitment rules
6/19/2024 10:08:21 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 19: The Home Department of Jammu and Kashmir Government today amended the J&K Police Rules 1960 to provide certain benefits to the Special Police Officers (SPOs) and Volunteer Home Guards at the time of recruitment for the post of Constable....
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Fire damages shrine partially
6/19/2024 10:08:15 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Jun 19: The shrine of Hazrat Baba Naseeb Din Ghazi (RA) at Sangam area of Eidgah here suffered partial damage on Wednesday in a massive blaze. Two Chinar trees also suffered damage in the incident, the locals said. The local residents informed that fire broke out in the shrine in the intervening night of Tuesday-Wednesday, damaging the shrine partially. The locals said that two Chinar trees have also suffered damage in the incidents, however, added that it’s the second such incident at the shrine as the fire broke at the place a few days back also, which was doused off by the locals immediately. According to KNO, the officials said that today, the fire ten...
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Police arrest weapon snatcher
6/19/2024 10:08:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 19: In a swift and decisive action, The Jammu & Kashmir Police of District Doda Jointy with Army 4 RR successfully apprehended the individual responsible for snatching a service weapon from a Police personnel within a remarkable 24-hour timeframe.The incident, which occurred on 18-06-2024, involved the person namely Mohammad Rafi S/O Mohammad Iqbal R/O Trown Tehsil Bhalla Distt Doda, forcibly taking the weapon from a police personnel. Upon receiving the information , the Jammu & Kashmir Police of District Doda along with Army 4 RR immediately launched a comprehensive Cordon and search operation, employing advanced tracking techniques and mobilizing multipl...
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2 terrorists killed in Baramulla encounter
6/19/2024 10:08:03 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 19: Two terrorists are believed to be killed while two security personnel sustained injuries in an encounter that broke out in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday, officials said. The security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Watergam area of Baramulla district on Wednesday morning following information about the presence of ultras there, they said. The officials said the search operation turned into an encounter after the terrorists opened firing on the security forces. A senior police official said two bodies have been seen at the scene of the gunbattle but have not been retrieved so far. He added that two security p...
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International Yoga Day held at Vishwa Yog Sansthan
DDC Bandipora finalizes District Capex Plan 2024-25
Crackdown on illegal mining, 05 Vehicles Seized
Rehearsal for 10th International Yoga Day held at Sports Stadium Samba
IRP organises special training programme on Three New Criminal Laws
Cylinder blast in jail in Kupwara; 7 hurt
Schools of Jammu to celebrate Int'l Yoga Day
Sadhotra seeks justice for NEET aspirants
Shri Amarnath ji Yatra 2024: Div Com inspects arrangements at Yatri facilitation Centre Lakhanpur
BJP Govt's J&K developmental figures mismatch reality on ground: Rattan Lal Gupta
Kavinder inaugurates three-day yoga camp at Har Ki Pouri
Ajaz Jan urges people to sustain momentum, extend support in upcoming Assembly elections
Unscheduled Power Cuts: SRS criticizes LG administration's claims of 24x7 electricity in smart metered areas
J&K police traced and recovered 15 smartphones worth lacs of rupees in Kishtwar district
Police seize 4 vehicles involved in illegal mining, transportation
Shiv Sena demands removal of flaws in Shri Amarnath Yatra arrangements
Police apprehends fugitive evading arrest for last six years in Kishtwar
CCI praises approval of Lakhanpur-Doda National Highway Project
Rs 20,000 crore for farmers is new beginning of welfare by Modi-3 regime: Khatana
Police reunites 3 missing females with families
Cyber Cell solves two online financial frauds
CU Jammu sees significantly rise in campus placements
Aryan Oriental Convent Higher Secondary School sends students for Himalayan Trekking Programme
JU organises a 3-day Yoga workshop to commemorate 10th International Yoga Day 2024
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