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White-collar killers of Kashmir more dangerous than terrorists: Sajad Lone
5/21/2023 10:10:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 21: On the 21st death anniversary of his father Abdul Gani Lone, chairman of the Peoples Conference Sajad Gani Lone warned that white-collar killers of Kashmir are more dangerous than terrorists. Sajad Lone said that in Kashmir there has always been an active murderer and a passive murderer. The active murderers are the hitmen with a limited life. They don’t stay around for too long. It is the passive murderers who are the greatest danger. They are white-collar killers. They are a part of the society. They are non-combatants. They don’t have a gun. But they conspire to kill with their evil words and deeds. “They are the prime conspirators and also the prime commiserators. They are the ones who make the loudest noises at the condolence ceremonies”, he said. “These passive murderers are still there. And the concept of active and passive murderers has been present in both sides of the divide, of the violent conflict”, he said. “I wish we all wake up and understand the passivity part of these crimes”, he added. Sajad Lone regretted that eve...
Now NC targets BJP’s arch-rival AAP
5/21/2023 10:10:45 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 21: Even as the National Conference is “accused of secretly improving” relations with the Bharatiya Janta Party, the NC has come down heavily on the Aam Aadmi Party, which is seen as the arch-rival of the BJP. While the AAP and the BJP have been targeting each other, essentially over the allegations of multi-crore scams in the Delhi government, the NC has joined the bandwagon. Former Chief Minister and the senior leader of the NC, Omar Abdullah and his close aides have come down heavily on the AAP “taunting it quite openly.” Omar took a dig at senior AAP leader Raghav Chadda on his social media handle hinting at tit for tat for the party led by Ar...
Army carries out massive anti-terrorist operation in Poonch
Asks people to stay indoors
5/21/2023 10:10:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 21: The Army on Sunday launched a massive search operation in a forward area in Jammu and Kashmir’s border district of Poonch after troops picked up suspicious movement and opened fire, officials said. No one was injured in the firing by the soldiers on patrolling duty at Keri in Mendhar sector around 3 am, they said. Though there was no retaliation from the suspected persons, the Army launched a massive search operation in the area and adjoining forests to ensure that there is no presence of terrorists, the officials said. All roads leading to the besieged vast area were closed and the residents were asked to stay indoors as a precautionary measure, they ...
Security beefed up ahead of G20 summit
5/21/2023 10:09:58 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 21: A day before the beginning of the historic G20 summit in Kashmir Valley, the Border Security Force (BSF) has tightened security along the International Border (IB) in Jammu province. Additional forces have been deployed along the IB in Kathua, Samba, and Jammu districts of Jammu and Kashmir to foil any attempt of Pakistan to push terrorists from across the border. According to officials of the BSF, the special water wing of BSF has increased their patrolling on special boats along the Chenab River. These boats are specially designed to tackle in high currents of the Chenab River and guard the border along the river. Quoting some jawans, a news agenc...
Srinagar all set to host G20 Meet
5/21/2023 10:09:52 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 21: Srinagar is all set to host the third G20 Tourism Working Group meeting beginning Monday and all preparation has been put in place for the first major international event after J&K’s special status was abrogated in 2019. The three-day mega event is being held at the picturesque Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Complex (SKICC), on the banks of the Dal Lake, amid unprecedented security arrangements. SKICC has been decked like a bride for the G20 delegates from May 22 to 24. All the preparations for the G20 meeting to be held in Kashmir valley have been completed, an official said and added the roads leading to the venue including shores, parks ...
UN will remain just a ‘talk shop’, needs reforms: PM Modi
5/21/2023 10:09:38 PM
Agencies Hiroshima, May 21: The United Nations and the Security Council will remain just a “talk shop” if they do not reflect the realities of the present world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday, strongly pitching for reform of the global body. In an address at a G7 session in Hiroshima, PM Modi wondered why different forums have had to deliberate on issues relating to peace and stability when the UN was formed to deal with these challenges. “It is a matter of analysis, why do we have to talk about peace and stability in different forums? Why is the UN, which was started with the idea of establishing peace, not successful in preventing conflicts today? PM Modi asked. “Wh...
NIA arrests Jaish operative for terror conspiracy
5/21/2023 10:09:28 PM
Agencies New Delhi, May 21: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday arrested a Kashmir-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) operative for his involvement in a terror conspiracy case in Jammu and Kashmir. NIA arrested Mohd Ubaid Malik, a resident of Kupwara district in Kashmir, based on inputs that he was in constant touch with a Pakistan-based JeM Commander. “Investigations have revealed that the accused was passing on secret information, especially regarding the movement of troops and security forces, to the Pakistan-based Commander,” said the NIA. The arrest comes as part of the crackdown by NIA against the conspiracies being hatched by proscribed terrorist organizations base...
One killed, 24 injured in Katra accident
5/21/2023 10:09:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 21: One person was killed and 24 suffered injuries when a bus they were travelling in met with an accident and turned turtle on Sunday near Katra town of Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir. Police sources said that a bus ferrying passengers turned turtle in Moori area of Katra when it was on way towards Jammu. “One passenger died in the accident and 24 were injured out of which, four were referred to the Government Medical College and Hospital Jammu,” said police. ...
Congress insulted OBCs, but BJP gave first PM from this community to country: Amit Shah
5/21/2023 10:09:16 PM
Agencies AHMEDABAD, May 21: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday accused the opposition Congress of harassing and insulting the Other Backward Classes during its rule at the Centre, and asserted that it was the BJP that gave the first OBC prime minister to the country in the form of Narendra Modi. Addressing a national convention of the Modi community here, Shah said PM Modi gave the OBCs their due respect and understood the pain of poor citizens because he himself was born in such a family. Referring to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s conviction in a 2019 criminal defamation case over his “Modi surname” remark, he said if someone insults a person, it is not a big deal, but if someon...
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