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After suspension of cross-LoC trade Pak using drones to smuggle arms, narcotics
12/29/2022 11:18:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 29: After the suspension of the cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade, Pakistan has started smuggling arms, ammunition, and drug through drones. Earlier Pakistan used to smuggle arms for terrorists through some traders involved in the cross-LoC trade. According to sources in the security agencies, Pakistan has stepped up drone activities after the suspension of the cross-LoC trade. “Since the beginning of the cross-LoC trade, Pakistan-based terrorists were used to funding terror groups through this trade”, sources said, adding, “apart from financing terrorists this trade was misused to pump fake currency and smuggling drugs. While suspending the cross-LoC trade in April 2019, the Home Ministry listed reasons for suspending the trade. It was mentioned in the statement that in light of such large-scale misuse and loopholes being exploited for illegal and anti-national activities, the Government of India has been compelled to suspend the LoC trade. LoC trade across Chakan-Da-Bagh and Salamabad was intended as a confidence building measure for the po...
Differences crop up between Tara Chand, Manohar Lal on joining Cong immediately
12/29/2022 11:18:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 29: Within a week after their expulsion from the Democratic Azad Party(DAP) led by Ghulam Nabi Azad, serious differences have reportedly cropped up between former Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand and former minister Dr. Manohar Lal over the future course of action. Highly placed sources said that Tara Chand and Dr. Manohar Lal are not on the same page to rejoin the Congress party in the prevailing situation. “While the former Deputy Chief Minister is in a hurry to rejoin the Congress party without any terms and conditions, Dr. Manohar Lal, who is a mass-based leader of Kathua district, is of the view to wait some time before taking any final decision”,...
CBK challans 7 accused for providing jobs in J&K Police
12/29/2022 11:18:20 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 29: Economic Offence Wing of Crime Branch Kashmir on Thursday produced a challan in the court of judicial Magistrate Ganderbal against seven accused on the pretext of providing jobs to the victims in Jammu and Kashmir Police Department. The case had been registered upon a receipt of written complaint, wherein it was alleged that Rakesh Kumar of Ward No. 1 Kashmiri Mohalla, Akhnoor, Jammu and others in league with each other have dishonestly and fraudulently grabbed huge amounts from the complainants on the pretext of providing Government Jobs in J&K Police Department, a statement said. Subsequently, Preliminary Verification was ordered into the matte...
Security of borders can be ensured by bravery of soldiers, not by fencing: Amit Shah
12/29/2022 11:18:14 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Dec 29: Pillars and fences along the borders are no match to alertness and bravery of soldiers guarding them which is further augmented by patriotic villagers living in close vicinity to the forward locations, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday. While launching a mobile application ‘Prahari’ prepared in-house by the BSF and the manual of the border guarding force, Shah also suggested that under the Vibrant Village Programme, the personnel should make efforts for increasing tourism to villages but did not further elaborate on it. Security of the country’s borders cannot be ensured by pillars or fencing, but only by the bravery, patriotism and alertness ...
Amit Shah seeks feedback on democratic activities in J&K
12/29/2022 11:18:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 29: Even as the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah on December 28 chaired a high level meeting to review security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, the holding of elections in the coming months seems likely. Sources close to the meeting held in the national capital said Shah in particular sought feedback for the “democratic activities” in the Union Territory. Sources said the response from the ground agencies including the police and paramilitary forces as also the intelligence agencies was satisfactory. Its pertinent to mention that on December 24, hinting that Assembly elections will be held in between April-May 2023, the BJP national general secretary and inc...
Srinagar records season’s first snowfall
12/29/2022 11:17:22 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 29: Srinagar and other areas in the Kashmir plains received light snowfall, the season's first, on Thursday while the Valley's higher reaches broke the dry spell and experienced moderate snow, officials said. Most of the plains in the Valley, including Srinagar, received light snowfall from late in the afternoon, they said. The snowfall was continuing when the last reports came in. Other areas in the higher reaches of the Kashmir Valley received moderate snow, the officials said. Reports of snowfall were received from the ski resort town of Gulmarg, Gurez, Bandipora and Kupwara in north Kashmir as well as many areas in central and south Kashmir. Th...
PM to flag off Vande Bharat Express, section of Kolkata metro today
12/29/2022 11:17:15 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Dec 29: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit West Bengal tomorrow to flag off Vande Bharat Express connecting Howrah to New Jalpaiguri at Howrah Railway Station and inaugurate the Joka-Taratala stretch of the Purple Line of Kolkata Metro. According to an official release by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the 6.5-Km long Joka-Taratala stretch of the Kolkata metro, having six stations namely Joka, Thakurpukur, Sakher Bazar, Behala Chowrasta, Behala Bazar and Taratala has been constructed at a cost of more than Rs 2475 Crore. Passengers of southern parts of Kolkata like Sarsuna, Dakghar, Muchipara and South 24 Parganas will be immensely benefited ...
Mughal Road, Sgr-Leh Highway closed amid snowfall
12/29/2022 11:17:06 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 29: Mughal road, connecting twin districts of Poonch and Rajouri with Shopian, as well as Srinagar-Leh highway were closed after fresh snowfall. A traffic department official here however said that traffic was plying on Jammu-Srinagar highway, the only surface link connecting Kashmir Valley with outside world. “Mughal road and SSG road closed for vehicular movement due to fresh snowfall,” the official said . Meanwhile, he said, subject to fair weather and road clearance, LMVs Passenger and Private Cars shall be allowed from both sides on Jammu-Srinagar highway viz Jammu towards Srinagar and vice-versa. “TCU Jammu/Srinagar shall liaise with TCU Ramba...
COVID-19: RT-PCR tests mandatory for international fliers from 6 countries
12/29/2022 11:17:00 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Dec 29: All international passengers travelling from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand to India will have to undergo mandatory RT-PCR tests before departure and upload a report on the Air Suvidha portal from January 1, 2023, said Union Health Ministry sources on Thursday. This is in addition to the random 2 per cent tests of all international passengers on their arrival in India irrespective of the port of departure, stated the Union Health Ministry. It said that the test should have been conducted within 72 hours of undertaking the journey to India. This is being done in view of the evolving COVID-19 situation worldwide, particularly i...
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