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India’s presidency of G-20 a matter of pride for all citizens: PM Modi
12/5/2022 10:55:41 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Dec 5: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that India’s presidency of the G-20 is a matter of pride for all citizens and it is an occasion to establish globally Indianness and its culture. Addressing a key meeting of BJP leaders from across the country, Modi also asked party members to maintain direct connect with border villagers and said they should be developed as places that draw visitors. Former Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh briefed reporters on the meeting and Modi’s closed-door address. The prime minister inaugurated the BJP’s national office-bearers meeting and said there is an acknowledgement worldwide of the country’s emergence as an economic power amid global challenges like the Ukraine war and the Covid pandemic. He also lauded the “Kashi Tamil Sangamam”, a month-long event going on in Varanasi that celebrates ancient cultural ties between the two places. Modi said “sneh milan”, an idea he had first voiced during the party’s national executive meeting in Hyderabad, programmes should be promoted for cultural exchanges as being see...
Re-election of Farooq Abdullah as NC chief raises many eyebrows in political circles
12/5/2022 10:55:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Although the incumbent National Conference chief Dr. Farooq Abdullah has been re-elected as president of the party smoothly, this development has raised many eyebrows in political circles across the Union Territory. The confusion started on November 18 when National Conference announced Dr. Farooq Abdullah Sahib has announced to step down but Dr. Abdullah denied that he has resigned from the post of party president. Amid conflicting reports about a change of guard in the party, former Dr. Farooq Abdullah on Monday re-elected as president of the National Conference (NC) unopposed during a function at Srinagar. The 85-year-old leader was unanimously...
CAT quashes suspension of Junior Engineer
12/5/2022 10:55:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Central Administrative Tribunal Srinagar Bench quashed the suspension of a Junior Engineer Munshi Masood. While allowing the petition, CAT held that the applicant will be entitled to all the consequential dues as per rules. However, the respondents are at liberty to issue a charge sheet and take further disciplinary action as they deem fit. The operative portion of the aforesaid judgment is as follows : We, therefore, direct that the currency of a Suspension Order should not extend beyond three months if within this period the Memorandum of Charges/Charge sheet is not served on the delinquent officer/employee; if the Memorandum of Charges/ Charge she...
HC dismisses petition challenging re-poll at Hajin-A DDC constituency
12/5/2022 10:55:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court has dismissed the petition challenging re-poll in Hajin-A DDC constituency. Justice Sanjay Dhar dismissed the petition filed by Abida Afazal Notification/order No.SEC/ PYT/2022/24 dated 16.11.2022 as also order No.22/SEC/DDC/ 2022 dated 1611.2022, issued by respondent No.2, whereby re-poll of DDC constituency Hajin-A was scheduled for 5th December, 2022. A further direction was sought commanding the respondents to hold the counting of votes polled in favour of the candidates to the exclusion of respondent No.4. A direction had also been sought upon the respondents to declare the result of DDC constituency Hajin...
Education teaches human beings to coexist: Azad
‘Societies with pluralistic values have highest moral standing globally’
12/5/2022 10:55:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Democratic Azad Party Chairman, Ghulam Nabi Azad said that no nation can ever prosper unless that prioritizes the education sector. He said nations can be built only when its education system meets the moral, economic and social standards. “Education leads to nation building and we shall all focus on it. Our youth shall be imparted with quality education that will guide them to prosper in life ahead,” he said while speaking as Chief Guest on the annual day function of Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School, at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium Jammu on Monday. Mr Azad said that the coexistence of human societies has become possible only due to education. ...
At minus 3.4 Celsius Srinagar records coldest night of season
12/5/2022 10:54:53 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 5: Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, recorded the coldest night of the season at minus 3.4 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature continues to settle below freezing point in the Valley as majority of stations recorded sub-zero temperature. Official said that the minimum temperature at world famous ski-resort, Gulmarg was recorded at minus 3.2 Degree Celsius last night while Kupwara in north Kashmir recorded a temperature of minus 2.7 Degree Celsius. The mercury in Kokernag in South Kashmir settled at minus 1.4 Degree Celsius while in Qazigund the minimum temperature was recorded at minus 3.4 Degree Celsius. As per the details, P...
17 injured as bus turns turtle in Rajouri
12/5/2022 10:54:46 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Dec 5: At least 17 persons, who were part of a marriage ceremony, were injured in a road accident in Rajouri district on Monday morning. An official said that the accident took place when a bus, carrying “Baraatis” turned turtle near Tarkundi LoC road. He said at least 17 persons were injured in the accident and they were immediately evacuated to a nearby hospital. The official added condition of five of the injured persons is stated to be serious....
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