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No woman elected to Lok Sabha from Jammu region since 1947
Gender disparity
4/10/2024 11:29:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 10: As electioneering for two Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province is going on, one thing has become clear once again no woman is going to represent this part of Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha. Notwithstanding their claims, main political parties have continued their ‘tradition’ of not giving mandate to women on two Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province namely Jammu-Poonch and Udhampur-Doda. After Independence women never got any opportunity to represent Jammu region in the Parliament as main stream parties always preferred males to contest elections on two Lok Sabha segments. Out of total 86.9 lakh voters in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir 42.55 lakh are women voters registered in Jammu and Kashmir. Despite such a huge numbers women never get due share in J&K as far as representation in the Lok Sabha in concerned. While as Jammu region never elect any female Lok Sabha member since Independence, two women were elected as Members of Parliament in the 1977 general elections in when Paravati Devi of Congress and Begum Akbar Jehan Abdullah o...
NC likely to field Omar, Ramzan from Srinagar, Baramulla
4/10/2024 11:28:38 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 10: National Conference (NC) is likely to field Omar Abdullah and Choudhary Muhammad Ramzan from Srinagar and Baramulla parliamentary segments, respectively. Sources said that the party high command has finalized the candidature of Omar Abdullah and Choudhary Mohammad Ramzan for these two seats. “The party is likely to make an announcement in this regard tomorrow,” they said. Omar Abdullah would be locked in a direct contest with Apni Party’s Muhammad Ash...
Yogi praises PM Modi, Shah for Article 370 abrogation
Addresses rally in Kathua, slams Congress
4/10/2024 11:28:30 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Apr 10: In his address at a public meeting in Kathua, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath hailed BJP’s top leadership for the decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Yogi has arrived in Kathua to campaign for BJP candidate and Union Minister, Dr Jitendra Singh from Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency. When it’s about J-K, the slogans of independent India, ‘Jahaan huye balidaan Mookerjee, wo Kashmir hamara hai’ echoes. Dr Syama Prasad Mookerj...
BJP heading towards clean sweep in J&K: Ravinder Raina
4/10/2024 11:28:03 PM
Early Times Report Kathua, Apr 10: UT president of Bharatiya Janata Party Ravinder Raina on Sunday said that BJP is heading towards a clean sweep in Jammu and Kashmir. “People are coming out in large numbers to attend the BJP rallies and are enthusiastic about PM Modi returning to power,” Raina told reporters after attending UP Chief Minister Yogi Adiyatnath’s rally at Kathua. He said that “Lotus will bloom” in every constituency of Jammu and Kashmir. “ People love PM Modi and are ext...
Special Judge CBI Bala Jyoti rejects bail plea of Patwari, Chowkidar
Trap Case
4/10/2024 11:27:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 10: Special Judge CBI Jammu Bala Jyoti today rejected the bail application of Patwari and his associate, Chowkidar, in the Halqa Nanga panchayat in Samba district who were arrested by CBI in a bribe case. According to the CBI, a case has been registered against the accused, Patwari, based on a complaint. It was alleged that the accused Varun Choudhary Patwari demanded a bribe of Rs 50,000 from the complainant for issuing Girdawari land owned by him. The CBI...
Mamata Banerjee won't stop infiltration: Amit Shah
4/10/2024 11:25:34 PM
Dakshin Dinajpur (WB), Apr 10: Union Home Minister Amit Shah hit out at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday saying that the Trinamool Congress supremo does not intend to stop infiltration because the infiltrators who come in are vote bank. "...Mamata Didi will not stop infiltration because these infiltrators are her vote bank. PM Narendra Modi and the BJP government can stop infiltration in Bengal," Shah said speaking at a public rally in West Bengal's Dakshin Dinajp...
Nationhood comes from common sense of history: NSA
4/10/2024 11:25:03 PM
NEW DELHI, Apr 10: Nationhood is constituted by people who share a “common sense of their history” and a “common vision of their future”, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said as he released an 11-volume book series that charts different phases of the history of ancient India and its accomplishments. Addressing a gathering at the launch event here on Tuesday, the NSA said, “People who have got a different sense of history, ‘if my hero is your villain’, you and I cannot make a nation. Describing India as a “civilisation of antiquity” and “civilisation of continuity” spanning thousands of years, Doval also said that it was a “paradox” that the narrative that has been brought is ...
CBSE to launch pilot of National Credit Framework
4/10/2024 11:24:57 PM
New Delhi, April 10: The CBSE will launch a pilot of the National Credit Framework for Classes 6, 9 and 11 from the 2024-25 academic session and has invited its affiliate schools to participate, officials said on Wednesday. The government last year launched the National Credit Framework (NCrF) as part of the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020, to ensure seamless integration of school, higher and vocational education, and allow students to accumulate their credits from the pre-primary to the PhD level. Subsequently, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) also developed its draft guidelines to implement the framework. “The CBSE developed and circul...
Middle exams for hard zone postponed
4/10/2024 11:24:51 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 10: The Jammu and Kashmir Government has postponed the Middle Standard Examination (MSE) 2023-24 of Hindi and Urdu for Hard Zone which were scheduled to be held on April 10, 2024. These exams would be now held on April 16, 2024....
Chandrayaan-4 first step
4/10/2024 11:24:45 PM
New Delhi, Apr 10: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief S Somnath said that the next instalment of the Chandrayaan programme is under development, which will take forward the country's moon exploration. He stated that Chandrayaan-4 is the first step towards achieving the goal of India landing an astronaut on the moon in 2040. Addressing a press conference, S Somnath said, "Chandrayaan-4 is a concept that we are now developing as a continuation of the Chandrayaan series...our honourable Prime Minister has announced that an Indian will land on the moon in 2040. So, if that has to happen, we have to have continuous moon exploration of various kinds." "Chandrayaan-4 is the ...
Army Chief unveils advanced facilities
4/10/2024 11:24:39 PM
New Delhi, Apr 10: In a development aimed at bolstering healthcare facilities for defence personnel and their families, General Manoj Pande, the Chief of the Army Staff, on Wednesday inaugurated new enhanced facilities at Army Hospital Research & Referral (AHRR) in Delhi. In addition, he also unveiled the Cutting-Edge Command Hospital Complex in Udhampur via a virtual ceremony. The COAS, accompanied by the Archana Pande, visited the Army Hospital Research and Referral (AHRR) in Delhi Cantonment and inaugurated the Radiological Information & Digital Image Networking System. The COAS also unveiled the newly expanded Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) and Sports M...
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