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Cong may ‘surrender’ Anantnag seat to NC
Lok Sabha Polls
2/4/2024 10:59:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: Notwithstanding the stand taken by some Kashmir-based leaders, the Congress is likely to leave the Anantnag-Rajouri Parliamentary seat for the National Conference to ensure that the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc remains intact in Jammu and Kashmir. Highly placed sources said that central leadership of the Congress party was not ready to take confrontation with the National Conference in Jammu and Kashmir after developments in West Bengal and Punjab. “Although no final decision has been taken so far, Congress high command has decided to keep the National Conference in good humour so the party is not going to take a tough stand on Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha seat”, a source said and added that decision on this seat will be taken after taking the National Conference leadership into confidence. “By surrendering the Anantnag-Rajouri Lok Sabha seat, Congress would stake claim on Ladakh Parliamentary seat”, a source said. Notably Congress leaders in J&K are divided over surrendering this Parliamentary seat to the coal...
NC, Cong talk seat sharing, PDP turns mute
2/4/2024 10:59:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 4: The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) finds itself in an uneasy silence over the seat-sharing arrangement for the forthcoming Parliamentary elections in Jammu and Kashmir. The political landscape in the region has been set ablaze with speculation and intrigue as the National Conference (NC) and the Congress appear to have decided to share seats, potentially sidelining their ally, the PDP. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, “INDIA alliance constituents the PDP, NC, and Congress, have been finding it hard to reach on consensus. Recent developments suggest a significant shift in dynamics, with the PDP remaining silent in the ongoing negotiations ...
Don’t consider borders as hindrance: Amit Shah to law enforcement agencies
2/4/2024 10:59:10 PM
New Delhi, Feb 4: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said crimes and criminals do not respect geographical borders and hence, different law enforcement agencies should not consider any border as hindrance and rather consider them as meeting points for solving crimes. Addressing the Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA) - Commonwealth Attorneys and Solicitors General Conference (CASGC) here, Shah also said when the three recently enacted criminal justice laws will be implem...
4 of a family killed in Udhampur accident
2/4/2024 10:58:53 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 4: A couple and their two daughters were killed and another one was injured early Sunday after their car was hit by a truck in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said. The family from Jammu was on its way to Kashmir. The accident took place at Salore near Tikri along the Jammu-Srinagar national highway shortly after midnight, the officials said. They said a rashly-driven truck hit the private car which then collided with another truck, resulti...
Vipassana teachings can help tackle stress: PM Modi
2/4/2024 10:58:44 PM
Mumbai, Feb 4: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said Vipassana is a unique gift of ancient India and also a modern science whose application can help young and elderly people tackle "stress and distress" in their lives. In a virtual address to mark the birth centenary celebrations of Vipassana teacher S N Goenka, PM Modi said meditation and Vipassana were once seen as a medium of renunciation but now it has become a medium of personality development in practical life. He said In...
Practice art by understanding its role in society's welfare: RSS Chief
2/4/2024 10:57:44 PM
New Delhi, Feb 4: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday called upon artists in the country to unite and to practise their art with the understanding of the role that it can play in society's welfare. He was addressing the valedictory event of Akhil Bharatiya Kalasadhak Sangam, organised at the Art of Living Ashram here, by RSS-affiliate 'Sanskar Bharati', which works for the promotion of Indian art and culture. "(The purpose of) art is to bring refinement, to...
NIA chargesheet 3 Myanmar nationals
Human trafficking case
2/4/2024 10:57:24 PM
New Delhi, Feb 4: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a charge-sheet against three nationals of Myanmar in a case involving the illegal infiltration and trafficking of foreign nationals, primarily of Rohingya origin, into India through the India-Bangladesh border, an official said on Sunday. The accused are Rabi Islam alias “Rabiul Islam”, Shafi Alam alias “Sofi Alom” alias “Sayedul Islam”, and Mohammad Usman — all permanent residents of Maungdaw district in Myanmar — a spokesperson of the federal agency said. According to the NIA, they had entered India illegally, in collusion with traffickers and touts, without valid travel documents and were also involved in facilit...
UP ATS arrests Pak ISI agent in Meerut
2/4/2024 10:57:05 PM
Lucknow, Feb 4: The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh Police has arrested a person working in the Indian Embassy, Moscow, for his alleged involvement in anti-national activities with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and providing them important confidential information regarding the strategic activities of the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of External Affairs and the Indian military establishments, an official statement issued here on Sunday said. Satendra Siwal, the son of Jaiveer Singh, a resident of Shahmahiuddinpur village in police station area of Hapur district has been arrested by the ATS, the statement said. Siwal is working in the Ministry of External Affairs...
Earthquake shakes Kargil
2/4/2024 10:56:59 PM
Early Times Report Kargil, Feb 4: An earthquake of magnitude 3.8 on the Richter scale was recorded in Kargil in Ladakh on Sunday afternoon, the National Centre for Seismology (NCS) said. According to the NCS, the tremors were felt at 2:42 PM. The depth of the quake was recorded at 10 km. "Earthquake of Magnitude:3.5, Occurred on 04-02-2024, 14:37:15 IST, Lat: 25.80 & Long: 90.69, Depth: 12 Km , Region: East Garo Hills, Meghalaya," the National Centre for Seismology posted on X....
Snowfall grounds several flights to Srinagar, Leh
2/4/2024 10:56:53 PM
New Delhi, Feb 4: A total of 6 IndiGo flights from Delhi to Srinagar and Leh have been cancelled on Sunday due to bad weather conditions in the regions. According to the IndiGo spokesperson, 4 IndiGo flights to Srinagar and 2 IndiGo flights to Leh have been cancelled. “Due to a drastic change in the weather conditions, the runway at Srinagar and Leh have been closed. This has led to the cancellation of IndiGo flights to Srinagar and 2 IndiGo flights to Leh,” the airline’s spokesperson said. He further said that the passengers have been provided with options to avail a full refund, travel to an alternate sector or reschedule the flight. Srinagar, a renowned tourist spot in Jammu an...
India logs 188 new Covid cases
2/4/2024 10:56:47 PM
New Delhi, Feb 4: India has recorded 188 new cases of Covid, while the number of active cases of the infection stood at 1,473, the health ministry said on Sunday. No deaths have been reported in a span of 24 hours, according to the ministry's data updated at 8 am. The number of daily cases had dropped to double-digits till December 5, 2023 but cases had begun to increase after emergence of a new variant and cold weather conditions. After December 5, 2023 a maximum of 841 new cases were reported on December 31, 2023 which was 0.2 per cent of the peak cases reported in May 2021, official sources said. "The currently available data suggests that the JN.1 variant is neither leading ...
Policeman shoots himself dead
2/4/2024 10:56:38 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 4: Apoliceman allegedly shot himself dead with his service rifle inside a police station here, officials said on Sunday. Selection Grade Constable Iqbal Hussain, a resident of Poonch, was found dead with a bullet injury at police station Nowabad in the city late Saturday night, they said. Prima facie, he used his service weapon to shoot himself, the officials said, adding the motive behind his taking such an extreme step was not known immediately....
Snowfall hits road, air traffic in Kashmir
2/4/2024 10:56:32 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Feb 4: Snowfall across the Kashmir Valley affected normal life on Sunday with all flights cancelled at Srinagar airport, officials said. The plains of Kashmir saw moderate snowfall, while heavy snowfall has been reported in the higher reaches, they said. Authorities are clearing snow from roads so that vehicular movement is possible, they said. But traffic movement was slow as the roads are slippery. The snowfall has forced the cancellation of all inbound and outbound flights from Srinagar airport for the day. Authorities have issued avalanche warnings for hilly and mountainous areas of Kashmir, urging the residents to avoid unnecessary movement for the...
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