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Start shortlisting candidates for Assembly polls: Nadda directs BJP’s J&K unit
7/7/2024 11:13:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 7: BJP national president and Union Health Minister JP Nadda on Sunday asked the Jammu and Kashmir unit of the party to initiate the process of shortlisting potential candidates for the maiden Assembly elections in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. During the Jammu and Kashmir BJP’s Core Group meeting, Nadda made it clear that the party would aggressively contest the coming Assembly elections with a target of “Mission -50” to form its own government in the Union Territory. “National president cautioned the local leadership against adopting the causal or non-serious approach in shortlisting candidates”, a source in the party said, adding, “Despite retaining both the Lok Sabha seats of Jammu province, BJP high-command is not happy with Congre...
AIIMS Jammu to get best doctors
7/7/2024 11:13:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 7: Union Health Minister J P Nadda on Sunday said that the best doctors in the country would be deployed in AIIMS Jammu to provide world-class health facilities to the patients in this institute. Nadda said that AIIMS Jammu is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s gift to the people of Jammu and Kashmir in general and Jammu region in particular. Nadda, who visited AIIMS at Vijaypur in Samba district, said that OPD would be started within a fortnight. “Today I visited this institute to inquire about progress, I was briefed that OPD would start within a fortnight”, he said and added that the government was committed to deploying the best faculty in this instit...
6 terrorists killed, 2 soldiers martyred in Kulgam gunfights
7/7/2024 11:13:29 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 7: Six terrorists were killed and two soldiers laid down their lives in twin encounters in Kulgam district, officials said on Sunday. “The bodies of two terrorists were recovered from the Modergam encounter site while four bodies were recovered from the Chinnigam site on Sunday,” they said. The twin encounters in the two villages of Kulgam district began on Saturday. Two army soldiers, including an elite para commando, laid down their lives while ba...
Last rites of martyred Army soldier to be held in Akola
7/7/2024 11:13:18 PM
Early Times Report AKOLA, Jul 7: The last rites of Army jawan Prabhakar Janjal, who was killed in an encounter with terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, will be held in his village in Maharashtra’s Akola district on July 8, a district official said on Sunday. Six terrorists were killed, and two soldiers were martyred in twin encounters in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday. Janjal (26) was martyred in an encounter between Army personnel and terrorists during a cordon and search operation in the Frisal Chinnigam area in Kulgam. The last rites will be held with full state honours in his native village, Morgaon Bhakre, on Monday, the Akola tehsildar said. A pall of gloom...
Army pays tributes to martyred soldiers
7/7/2024 11:13:10 PM
Early Times Report Kulgam, July 7: The Indian Army on Sunday paid tributes to the two soldiers who lost their lives in two separate encounters in Kulgam district. “Chinar Corps Commander, Chief Secretary of J-K, DGP J-K, and other dignitaries and all ranks paid homage to Lance Naik Pardeep Kumar and Sepoy Pravin Janjal Prabhakar, who made the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty in Kulgam on 06 Jul 2024,” Indian Army Chinar Corps posted on X on Sunday. “Chinar Warriors salute the valour and sacrifice of both brave hearts. We stand in solidarity with the bereaved families and are committed to their well-being,” it stated. ...
People’s enthusiasm, excellent work our biggest strength: PM Modi
7/7/2024 11:13:01 PM
Agencies NEW DELHI, July 7: Excellent work of Indians across various fields and enthusiasm to make India a developed nation is the country’s biggest strength, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said. In a written message to the Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) on the seventh foundation day of its incubation innovation fund, Modi said that the kind of optimism and trust being seen worldwide for India is a reflection of the country’s strength. “India is a nation of immense poss...
LG releases "The Swinging 70s: The Stars, Style and Substance in Hindi Cinema"
7/7/2024 11:12:43 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 7: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha released the book titled "The Swinging 70s: The Stars, Style and Substance in Hindi Cinema" edited by Ms Nirupama Kotru and Sh Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri, in Srinagar, today. The Lt Governor, in his address, congratulated the editors- Nirupama Kotru and Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri- and publisher, Om Books for bringing out the excellent book. “Cinema is not just about entertainment and business. It is a powerful tool for social ch...
NIA arrests key accused in narco-terror nexus case
7/7/2024 11:12:19 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 7: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday arrested a key absconding accused, carrying a reward for his arrest, in a narco-terror nexus case of Jammu & Kashmir, linked with Pakistan-based terrorist outfits, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen. An official statement issued by NIA said that Syed Saleem Jahangir Andrabi @ Saleem Andrabi, a resident of district Kupwara, J&K, had been on the run since June 2020 and had subsequently been chargesheeted under various sections of NDPS Act, IPC and UA(P) Act in the case RC-03/2020/NIA/JMU. His arrest marks a major success in NIA’s efforts to destroy the narco-terror nexus and dismantle the ecos...
SC to hear pleas today
NEET-UG 2024
7/7/2024 11:05:28 PM
Agencies New Delhi, July 7: The Supreme Court will hear on Monday a batch of pleas related to the controversy-ridden medical entrance exam NEET-UG 2024, including those alleging irregularities and malpractices in the May 5 test and seeking a direction to conduct it afresh. The Centre and the National Testing Agency (NTA), which conducts NEET-UG, recently told the apex court that scrapping the exam would be “counterproductive” and “seriously jeopardise” lakhs of honest candidates in the absence of any proof of large-scale breach of confidentiality. According to the cause list for July 8 uploaded on the court’s website, a bench comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justices J B ...
Another batch of pilgrims leaves
7/7/2024 11:05:13 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 7: A fresh batch of over 6,000 pilgrims left the city early Sunday to join the annual Amarnath yatra in Kashmir, officials said. The tenth batch of 6,145 pilgrims left Jammu’s Baghwati Nagar base camp in two separate convoys of 238 vehicles. While the first convoy of 115 vehicles carrying 2,697 pilgrims left for Baltal base camp in Ganderbal district around 3.10 am, the second convoy of 123 vehicles with 3,448 pilgrims departed for Pahalgam base camp in Anantnag district. The 52-days yatra started from the twin base camps of Pahalgam and Baltal on June 29 and so far over 1.60 lakh pilgrims from across the country have offered their prayers at the 3,88...
Dumper hits 7 vehicles on highway
7/7/2024 11:05:08 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 7: At least seven vehicles were damaged after being hit by an overspeeding dumper on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway early Sunday, police said. No one was injured in the incident which took place near Kunfar on the busy road, they said. The officials said the dumper was coming from the Jammu side when its driver lost control apparently due to overspeeding and hit seven vehicles before coming to a halt. A section of the highway remained closed for traffic for over an hour following the accident, they said, adding police have registered a case and further investigation is on. ...
Thousands of fish found dead
7/7/2024 11:05:01 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 7: Thousands of fish have been found dead in a local stream Tsoont Koel near Barbar Shah area of Srinagar with officials citing lack of oxygen and pollution as the reason. An official said that the primary cause is the depletion of oxygen in the water bodies. “This is a common occurrence during the summer months,” an official from the fisheries department said. He said that the high temperatures and humidity lead to reduced oxygen levels in the water, which is fatal for the fish. “Pollution also plays a significant role in exacerbating the situation. Waste disposal and contaminants from surrounding areas further degrade water quality, intensifying ...
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