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2- months after his resignation, Azad’s love for Congress revived again
Says grand old party only can challenge BJP in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh
11/6/2022 11:07:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 6: Apparently sending an olive branch to the Congress high command, former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday praised Congress for its secular policy. Over two months after severing 50-year relations with his party Ghulam Nabi Azad’s love for Congress again revived on Sunday when he said that only Congress could challenge Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections, while Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is “merely a party of UT Delhi”. Months after exiting the decades-long association with the Congress party, Azad said that he was not against its policy of secularism, but its weak party system. While talking to a news agency at Azad said, “Although I have separated from Congress, I wasn’t against their policy of secularism. It was only due to the party’s system getting weakened. I would still want Congress to perform well in Gujarat and HP Assembly polls. AAP isn’t capable to do so”. Exuding confidence in the Congress, he said that the party takes a long everybody, Hindu, and Muslim farmers. He said that Aam Aad...
J&K receives snow, rain; weather to remain inclement for next 24 hours
11/6/2022 11:06:39 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 6: Rain and snow lashed parts of Jammu and Kashmir since overnight while as the meteorological department here forecast more wet weather in the next 24 hours. Reports said that higher reaches received snowfall while plains had good amount of rainfall. Gulmarg plains also had light snowfall. A meteorological department official said in last 24 hours till 0830 hours, Srinagar received 26.1mm of rain, Qazigund 16.0mm, Pahalgam 14.3mm, Kupwara 16.2mm, Kukernag 11.4mm, Gulmarg 16.8mm, Jammu 16.2mm, Banihal 24.8mm, Batote 17.9mm, Katra 17.0mm, Bhaderwah 13.2mm and Kathua 10.2mm. “Widespread light to moderate Rain, Snow and TS are expected over Jammu and Kash...
Snowfall closes Mughal, SSG roads, highway open
11/6/2022 11:06:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu/SRINAGAR, Nov 6: Mughal and SSG roads have been closed for vehicular movement due to snowfall, officials said on Sunday. The Mughal road, connecting twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri with Shopian was closed for traffic after midnight snowfall at several places enroute including Pir Ki Gali (PKG), Mansar Mohre and Posha, a police officer said . Similarly, the officials said, traffic has been closed on Srinagar-Sonamarg-Gumari road after snowfall in areas around Sonamarg. However, they said, Jammu-Srinagar highway was through for traffic ...
6- years since demonetisation, cash with public at record high of Rs 30.88 lakh crore
11/6/2022 11:06:10 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, Nov 6: Currency with the public has jumped to a new high of Rs30.88 lakh crore as of October 21, illustrating that cash usage is still robust even six years after the demonetisation move. At Rs30.88 lakh crore, the currency with the public is 71.84% higher than the level for the fortnight ended November 4, 2016. On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the decision to withdraw Rs500 and Rs1,000 denomination notes with the ultimate aim of reducing corruption and black money in the economy. The intent of the move, which was criticised by many experts for poor planning and execution, was to make India a “less cash” economy. As per the fortnig...
CJI led ceremonial bench proceedings to be live streamed today
11/6/2022 11:05:42 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Nov 6: The Supreme Court will live stream the proceedings of the ceremonial bench headed by Chief Justice of India U U Lalit on Monday as it will be his last working day. CJI Lalit will be superannuating on November 8, which is a court holiday due to Guru Nanak Jayanti. The ceremonial bench will assemble in the post-lunch session of the top court at 2 pm and will also comprise Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Bela M Trivedi. Going by the convention of the ceremonial bench, the outgoing chief justice of India shares the bench with his successor while members of the bar and senior law officers of the government bid him farewell. A notice issued by the Supreme Cou...
After quitting PDP, former mantri in touch with 3 parties
11/6/2022 11:05:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 6: Even as a senior politician recently resigned from the Peoples Democratic Party, the former minister has kept his doors open and is understood to be in touch with at least three political parties. The sources said apart from the Bharatiya Janta Party, the politician from north Kashmir is in touch with at least two regional parties. Sources said while one party led by a businessman-turned-politician is offering him a “handsome package” for joining them, another recently floated party is also in touch with him. Sources said the party, which has offered him “handsome package” has been in constant touch with him and wants the said leader to decide on the o...
DAP launched to restart development era in J&K: Azad
11/6/2022 11:05:26 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Nov 6: Former J&K chief minister and president of Democratic Azad Party (DAP), Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday said that his party has been launched with a purpose to restart the development era in the Union Territory. Talking to various delegations that called on him here, Azad spoke about the three shift work culture introduced by him during his short tenure as Chief Minister of J&K and how that culture was dumped by the successive regimes after 2008. He said that...
SC opens 4-month window for increased pension option
11/6/2022 11:04:59 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Nov 6: Eligible employees who had not opted for enhanced pension coverage prior to 2014 can jointly do so with their employers within the next four months after the Supreme Court upheld the Employees’ Pension (Amendment) Scheme, 2014. Employees who were existing EPS members as on September 1, 2014 can contribute up to 8.33 per cent of their ‘actual’ salaries -- as against 8.33 per cent of the pensionable salary capped atRs15,000 a month -- towards pension. The court on Friday struck down the requirement in the 2014 amendments mandating employee contribution of 1.16 per cent of the salary exceedingRs15,000 per month. This will facilitate the subscribers to contribut...
Fake jobs racket: Crime Branch produces challan against 3 accused
11/6/2022 11:04:47 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 6: Economic Offence Wing of Crime Branch Kashmir has produced Challan against three accused persons involved in providing fake appointment orders against monetary benefits. A Challan in case FIR No. 08/2015 U/S 420,468,471,120-B RPC of Police Station Crime Branch Kashmir was produced before the court of City Magistrate Srinagar, a statement of EOW said. ?The instant case had been registered upon receipt of written complaint received from the office of Director Rural Development Kashmir along with a complaint of a lady complainant, wherein it was alleged that she was given appointment orders in respect of her son and others against monetary consideratio...
Great news’: PM Modi on 2 cheetahs released at MP’s Kuno National Park
11/6/2022 11:04:39 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Nov 6: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed happiness over all the eight cheetahs, translocated from Namibia to Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park, being “healthy, active and adjusting well”. He also termed as “great news” two of the eight cheetahs being released into an acclimatisation enclosure from the quarantine area where they were kept since translocated from Namibia mid-September. “Great news! Am told that after the mandatory quarantine, 2 cheetahs have been released to a bigger enclosure for further adaptation to the Kuno habitat. Others will be released soon,” Modi said in a tweet and shared a video of the two Cheetahs from Saturday. “I’m also...
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