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3-years after abrogation of Art 370, Valmikis living a dignified life
8/1/2022 11:14:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 1: Raju, a sanitary worker in Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), has reason to celebrate the achievement of his son in the 12th standard examination conducted by the J&K Board of School Education, for the session 2021-22. The Dalit Valmiki boy, has secured over 90 percent marks with an overall second position in the commerce stream. Abrogation of Article 35-A has rekindled a ray of hope among the meritorious and deserving students of the Valmiki community to get their dreams fulfilled. His dream is to become a Chartered Accountant so he opted for commerce. The boy is confident that he will fulfill his dream because after getting a domicile certificate he is now eligible to take admission in any government institute. Valmikis cannot afford higher education for our children in any private professional institution due to their economic condition. After the abrogation of Article 35-A, their children are eligible to take admission in any government institute. For the brutalized Valmikis in Jammu and Kashmir, the abrogation of Article 35-A had brought...
Has Cong high-command decided to retain G A Mir as J&K Cong Prez ?
8/1/2022 11:14:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 1: Even though Ghulam Ahmad Mir had submitted his resignation as Jammu and Kashmir Congress Committee chief on July 5, the party is still treating him as party president for the J&K unit. An official handout issued by the party on Monday mentioned G A Mir as party president. “Poor people are becoming poorer, the developmental process has received severe setbacks, despite public outcry, BJP Govt at Centre seems insensitive to the genuine issues concerning people in Jammu and Kashmir. J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President Ghulam Ahmad Mir made these comments while addressing a series of party workers’ meetings in Kapran, Ringmandoo, and Khadar a...
Army recovers, destroys 2 anti-personnel mines, 1 shell in Poonch
8/1/2022 11:14:37 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, Aug 1: Army on Monday recovered and later destroyed two anti-personnel mines and 51mm motor shell in Poonch district. Official said that army’s 49 RR recovered two anti-personnel mines at Keri Top Balakote in Gursai Mendhar area. The 51mm Motor shell was recovered from Chandial area, they said. Later a Bomb Disposal Squad destroyed them without any damage, they added. However it was not immediately known if the mines and shell were old or new. ...
Inclement weather leads to suspension of Amarnath Yatra
8/1/2022 11:13:55 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 1: The Amarnath Yatra was temporarily suspended from both Pahalgam and Baltal routes due to inclement weather on Monday, officials said. However, 140 pilgrims took the helicopter from Baltal to pay obeisance at the Himalayan shrine till 10 am. They said no pilgrim will be allowed to proceed from Nunwan Pahalgam base camp in south Kashmir and halting points of Chandanwari and Panjtarni. It was still raining at several places on the route and making the road condition slippery,? one of the official said. Keeping in view the inclement conditions the authorities decided to suspend the yatra until the weather improves, he added. No pilgrim was allowed to pro...
32nd batch of pilgrims leave from Jammu
8/1/2022 11:13:49 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 1: The 32nd batch of over 450 pilgrims left Jammu for the twin base camps of the 3,880-metre-high cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir Himalayas, officials said on Monday. A total of 458 pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas here in a convoy of 21 vehicles amid heavy security this morning, they said. They said 164 pilgrims heading for Baltal were the first to leave the camp in eight vehicles followed by the second convoy of 13 vehicles carrying 294 pilgrims for Pahalgam. The number of pilgrims visiting the cave shrine is drastically falling as the yatra is inching towards its conclusion and also due to bad weather conditions, officials said. The...
Home Minister Amit Shah to visit Odisha on Aug 8
8/1/2022 11:13:39 PM
Agencies Bhubaneswar, Aug 1 : Union Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Odisha on August 8 and attend a function marking the 75th anniversary of Odia daily ‘Prajatantra’, founded by noted freedom fighter and former chief minister Harekrushna Mahatab. “Prajatantra’s 75th anniversary coincides with the country’s 75th year of Independence. This year, a daughter of Odisha has become the President of India. Shah’s visit to Odisha at this juncture is significant,” Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said. Pradhan presided over a meeting at Cuttack on Sunday, which was held to review the preparations being made ahead of Mr Shah’s visit. He also visited Indoor Stadium, w...
Another batch of over 800 devotees leaves for Buddha Amarnath shrine
8/1/2022 11:13:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 1: Another batch of over 800 pilgrims on Monday left for Buddha Amarnath shrine in Poonch district from base camp in Jammu amid tight security, officials said. The Buddha Amarnath Yatra resumed on Friday after a gap of two years as the pilgrimage remained suspended for two years due to Covid pandemic. A batch of 827 pilgrims comprising 803 men, 22 women and two children left in 21 vehicles from the Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu for the shrine, they said. On Saturday, a batch of 950 pilgrims, including 763 men and 185 women, had left in 22 vehicles from the Jammu base camp for the shrine. The yatra will culminate on August 8 with the departure of Chha...
ACB arrests AEE for accepting Rs 4,000 bribe
8/1/2022 11:13:23 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 1: Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) trapped and arrested Ravinder Singh, Assistant Executive Engineer (REW) Boniyar, Baramulla while demanding & accepting bribe of Rs. 4,000 for release of CDR. ACB received a complaint alleging therein that the Assistant Executive Engineer is demanding a bribe of Rs. 4,000 for releasing the CDR amount. The complainant alleged that he is a contractor and works in development related works of Boniyar Baramulla. The said CDR was deposited by the complainant for work named “Upgradation & Extension of Javind Link Road I Panchayat Halqa Nowshera (B) of Block Boniyar”. On completion of the work, the complainant applied for rele...
Flash floods hit Surankote; schools shut
8/1/2022 11:13:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 1: Flash floods triggered by heavy rains hit areas of Surankote town in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district on Monday, prompting authorities to shut educational institutions and sound an alert, officials said. According to officials, heavy overnight rains in the hilly areas of Surankote belt triggered flash floods, with huge volume of water entering into houses and shops. The Army and police pitched in to help the aggrieved residents. Reports said many houses, shops and vehicles were damaged in the floods. Senior district officials reached out to the people of flood inundated areas. Authorities also issued advisories to people to stay at home and n...
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