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BJP to decide tickets on basis of private agency’s survey
Assembly Polls
5/28/2024 10:52:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 28: As Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar in his two back-to-back statements made it clear that the maiden assembly elections will be held very soon in J&K, the BJP has started the preperations for the coming polls. A day after completion of polling on all the five Parliamentary seats of J&K, local BJP leadership has asked to pull up the socks for assembly polls in the Union Territory. The J&K unit BJP is confident of retaining both the Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province and party is admitting there is tough fight on the lone Parliamentary seat of Ladakh. Sources said on the directions of the central leadership BJP leadership has already started pr...
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Special Judge CBI Bala Jyoti awards 3, 5 yr RI to 2 convicts
Bogus Insurance Claim Scam
5/28/2024 10:51:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 28: Special Judge CBI Jammu Bala Jyoti on Tuesday awarded 3 years rigorous imprisonment and fine Rs 10000/- to Raj Nath Tickoo and five years rigorous imprisonment to Satish Chander Wasoori in bogus insurance claim scam. After hearing both the sides the Special Judge CBI observed that it is difficult to accept the prayer of the convicts that a lenient view be taken in this case as it is found that both convicts are involved in criminal conspiracy to cause im...
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63.37% voting recorded in 6th phase of LS polls
5/28/2024 10:51:10 PM
NEW DELHI, May 28: The penultimate phase of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections recorded 63.37 per cent voter turnout with 7.05 crore out of 11.13 crore eligible voters exercising their franchise, the Election Commission of India on Tuesday said. As many as 58 seats in eight states went to polls in the sixth phase on May 25. Of the 87.54 crore electors in the first six phases of the Lok Sabha polls, as many as 57.77 crore voters turned up at the polling stations to cast their votes. India ha...
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‘Enhanced vigil leading to detection of more cyber frauds’
5/28/2024 10:51:00 PM
NEW DELHI, May 28: About 27 lakh complaints of cyber frauds were registered in the country in the last one year and an increasing number of such cases are getting detected due to enhanced vigil, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said. Shah also said that 99.5 per cent police stations in the country are now connected with a Central Government network (Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems or CCTNS) for the purpose of investigation, data analytics, research, policy making and prov...
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Heat wave may ease from tomorrow
5/28/2024 10:50:37 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 28: Meteorological Centre Srinagar on Tuesday predicted a "slight relief" from the present heat wave for four days from May 30 over Jammu and Kashmir. The MeT office said there is a possibility of "slight relief from heat wave/hot & dry weather conditions during May 30-31 & June 1-2 over most parts of Kashmir division & few hilly areas of Jammu division". However, there will be no respite in heat waves/hot & dry weather conditions over plains of the Jammu division during the next 7 days. Jammu recorded the maximum temperature at 43.6 ?C on Tuesday and it was 4.5 ?C above normal during this period of the season. On May 28-29 the weather generally will r...
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CBI arrests Revenue official
5/28/2024 10:50:29 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 28: The CBI on Tuesday said it has arrested a revenue official for allegedly accepting bribe of Rs 18,000 from a person for processing his application for land settlement in Ramban district. Mohd Ishaq Bhat, who was posted as Office Qanoongo in Banihal Tehsildar’s office, was arrested on Monday after he was caught red-handed while accepting the bribe money from the complainant, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) said in a statement here. Searches were conducted at residential and official premises of the accused which also led to recovery of over Rs.3.71 lakh and other documents, it said. A case was registered by CBI against the accused on alle...
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Machail Mata Yatra crosses 4k mark
5/28/2024 10:50:24 PM
Early Times Report KISHTWAR, May 28: The revered Shree Machail Yatra has commenced with devotees paying visit to the shrine situated amid the mountainous Machail area of the Sapphire Land of Paddar Sub Division of District Kishtwar. Pertinent to mention that every year, the celebrations on the eve Baisakhi witness the auspicious opening of the Kappat (Door) at the Shree Chandi Mata Temple which marks the beginning of one of the most significant pilgrimages in the Jammu Division, second ...
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Kashmir doctor gets WHO award
5/28/2024 10:50:07 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 28: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has awarded a doctor for his outstanding services in Tobacco control in Kashmir, an official spokesman said. Dr. Mir Mushtaq is the first doctor in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to receive such a distinguished award from the WHO. Dr Mushtaq, who is a Nodal Officer of National Tobacco Control Programme Directorate of Health Service Kashmir (NTCP DHSK), has been honored with the prestigious WHO Award for his outstanding contributions to tobacco control in the Kashmir Division. The award celebrates Dr. Mushtaq's relentless dedication and impactful work in the field of tobacco control, reflecting his comm...
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Properties of 2 Pak based terror handlers attached
5/28/2024 10:50:02 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 28: Police on Tuesday attached the properties of two terror handlers based in Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district. Police said after obtaining an attachment order from Sub Judge Uri, it attached properties (3 Kanals & 19 Marlas) land worth lakhs of rupees belonging to two terror handlers based in Pakistan. The accused have been identified as Jalal Din, a resident of Zamboor Pattan, and Mohammad Saki, a resident of Kamalkote Uri. The action was taken under sections of 83 CRPC and is linked to cases FIR No.34/1995 u/s 7/25 Indian Arms Act, 4(III) TADA Act & 105/1996 u/s 2/3 EIMCO Act of PS Uri, police said. "The property was identified as...
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Summer break from June 1
5/28/2024 10:49:57 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 28: The Directorate of School Education Jammu (DSEJ) on Tuesday ordered summer vacation for all government and private schools from June 1 to July 16 in summer zone areas of the region. "All the government and recognised private schools falling in summer Zone of Jammu Division shall observe summer vacation from June 1, 2024 to July 16, 2024," an order said. It is also ordered that teachers shall remain available for any on-line guidance of students during vacation period. "Any default on part of the Head of the School or Teaching staff in observance of the above schedule shall attract action under rules," the order further said. ...
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Daylong training program organised
Jammu Police arrests two drug peddlers, Heroin recovered
Missing girl found, reunited with family by Jammu police
DLRAC approves 10 cases in Udhampur
Div Com Jammu Conducts On Spot Inspection Of Upgradation Project Works In Transport Nagar
Jammu Administration on mission to rehabilitate children in street situations
Shiv Sena organizes demonstration against govt
Cyber Cell solves online financial fraud amounting to Rs.1,36,133/-
Tarun Sharma awarded “ certificate of Excellence”
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No 'incentive' to ultras' families another step to root-out terrorism: Adv Purnima
World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2024 organized
Ensure comprehensive arrangements for Mela Kheer Bhawani, Urs Shah-e-Hamdan: Div Com
District Administration organises Job Fair for recovered patients
CS reviews progress on budget utilization for 2024-25
Secy RDD stresses integrated rural development approach
Power shut down in several areas
DC reviews functioning of Education department in Kupwara
District Export Plan reviewed at Ganderbal
PM Modi administration redesigned India's healthcare system: Rekha Mahajan
Police solved theft case, recovered stolen items
JU organizes Lecture on "Competencies in Library and Information Science"
Deputations raise issue of poor water, power supply with MP Khatana
JU organizes Lecture on "Redox Mediated Synthesis"
NIT Srinagar, BIS J&K host educational outreach programme
DLSA Kupwara organizes awareness programme
DGP J&K congratulates the promoted officers
Dr Mir Mushtaq receives WHO Award
Govt Polytechnic for Women organizes Ayush Yoga camp
Indian army, NCB conducts drug awareness lecture at GHSS Sohal
HPS girls shines in inter-zonal district level volleyball competition
Dogra Degree College organizes educational visit cum interactive session
JU's Poonch Campus, JKEDI Organizes "Entrepreneurship Programme"
CUJ signs MoU with AAI
EPFO organizes an awareness, outreach programme
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