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Pak at verge of civil war as country struggles for basic amenities
1/11/2023 11:16:25 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Jan 11: Infamous as a factory of terrorism, Pakistan, a country of 23 crore people, is now paying for its crimes. Patronizing and supporting terrorism in the state policy of the successive Pakistan regimes and now the country is facing worst ever crisis with people struggling to get basic amenities like wheat and bread. For far too long, Islamabad overlooked governance and instead focused all its energies on using terror as a strategic weapon. Pakistan is facing its worst-ever food crisis with parts of the country reporting a shortage of wheat. Stampedes have been reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, and Balochistan provinces. Amid massive food crisis, stampedes were reported in Pakistan’s markets due to shortage of wheat in different parts of the country. Stampedes have been reported from markets in several areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Balochistan provinces. The local media blames the administration for the crisis, saying there has been total mismanagement both by the food department and flour mills. As per reports, the prices of wheat flour...
Rs 57 lakhs meant for terror funding recovered from geyser
1/11/2023 11:16:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 11: Although higher-ups in the police department are questioning the accused arrested with an amount of Rs 57 lakh, the amount was meant to fund terror groups active in different parts of Jammu and Kashmir. The accused arrested by the police with this huge amount was a member of the narco-terror module. The Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday arrested one person in Braripora Handwara and recovered cash amounting to Rs 57.43 lakh concealed in a geyser, the police said. The accused has been identified as Syed Irfan Abdullah, resident of Laribal in Handwara. According to the Jammu and Kashmir police, the accused was apprehended during the Naka checking a...
PDP leader criticizes Dr Farooq, his father
1/11/2023 11:16:05 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 11: A senior Peoples Democratic Party leader and former Member Parliament has come under the scanner for allegedly criticizing former chief minister and the National Conference founder Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah and his successor Dr Farooq Abdullah, who also happens to be the chairperson of the so called Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD). In the purported video that has gone viral on the social media, the senior PDP can be heard making a veiled attack on the National Conference founder Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah accusing him of having been “non-serious” towards the interests of Kashmir.” The PDP leader subsequently took a dig at the National Con...
3 soldiers die after falling into gorge in Kupwara
1/11/2023 11:15:59 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Jan 11: Three soldiers including a Junior Commissioned Officer were killed after they slipped into a deep gorge near Line of Control in Machil sector of Kupwara district in Jammu and Kashmir, Army said on Wednesday. They said the incident took place last evening in a forward area during a regular operational task. "A routine operational task was undertaken on January 10, at about 5:30 pm in the Sector, along a narrow winter track. While moving towards the forward post, snow along the narrow track broke, leading to slipping of one JCO and two Jawaans into a deep gorge," a statement issued by the Army said. Immediately a search and rescue operation was lau...
2 killed in Kupwara accident
1/11/2023 11:15:51 PM
Early Times Report Kupwara, Jan 11: At least two persons were killed on spot, and another injured, after two vehicles collided head on, in Hayan village in Kupwara district this afternoon. Reports said that a car bearing number JK09B 2285 collided with an army vehicle in Hayan, resulting in on spot death of two civilians and injuries to another. The injured person was evacuated from the site and taken to a nearby hospital, from where he has been referred to a Srinagar hospital for preferential treatment. Confirming the incident, a police official said they are collecting more details regarding the incident....
Dense fog throws life out of gear in Jammu, air, rail operations hit
1/11/2023 11:15:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 11: The normal life was thrown out of gear while air and rail operation remained hit on the fourth consecutive day due to dense blanket of fog gripped Jammu on Wednesday. "The foggy weather conditions will prevail for few more days while the chilling weather conditions continue," a MeT official said adding that the weather is expected to improve after January 15. Sun played hide and seek but foggy and chilly conditions disrupted normal life in the winter capital by affecting road, air and rail traffic. "Due to fog, flight operation also remained affected," the Jammu Airport official said. He added that no flight took off in the morning due to poor visi...
Kashmir higher reaches receive snowfall, rains lash plains
1/11/2023 11:15:37 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Jan 11: Higher reaches of Kashmir valley including tourist resorts of Gulmarg and Sonamarg received a fresh snowfall while plains including Srinagar were lashed by rains on Wednesday. Meteorological Centre Srinagar said that it was currently snowing at Sonamarg, Gulmarg and other higher reaches of Kashmir valley while light rain in plains of North & central Kashmir coupled with cloudy and fog in plains of Jammu. The MeT forecast of Gradual increase in Intensity & distribution of Snow/ Rain as the day progresses with Main activity towards evening/night. Some places, mainly higher reaches, may receive heavy snowfall. It said that on January 12 widespread L...
ACB arrests Patwari for accepting bribe
1/11/2023 11:15:31 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 11: Anti Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging therein that he wanted to sell his piece of land and the concerned Patwari, Halqa Rasli Gandheran, Udhampur namely Darbinder Singh is demanding bribe of Rs 50,000 for issuance of Fard. On receipt of the complaint, a case FIR No.01/2023 U/S 7 PC Act 1988 in Police Station ACB Udhampur and investigation taken up. During the course of investigation a trap team was constituted. The team caught the accused officer Darbinder Singh along with his driver while demanding and accepting bribe of Rs 30,000 in presence of independent witnesses. Both of them were arrested on spot after completing necessary legal ...
Investigate role of former ministers, JK BOSE officials: Court directs ACB
ETT Scam
1/11/2023 11:15:25 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 11: The Special Anti Corruption Court , Jammu has directed the Crime Branch to further investigate ETT scam. It has also directed the investigation agency to probe the roles of former ministers, secretaries and chairpersons of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education in the scam. Special Judge Anticorruption Court Jammu, Tahir Khurshid Raina , while directing further investigation in the case , passed strictures against the IO of the case for carrying out shoddy investigation. “Even the directions of the High Court passed in the PIL relating to investigation of this case , have been violated with impunity,” the court observed. While directing furt...
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