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Teachers report to schools in Kashmir Valley, students don't

Srinagar, Aug. 19 -- Teachers reported to work in many schools in Kashmir as restrictions were eased further on Monday but not many students were seen. Officials said the government had made necessar... Read More


Announcements by successive govts mere rhetoric

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report The negligence on part of successive coalition governments as well as Irrigation and Flood Control Department (I&FC) can be gauged from this fact that over a deca... Read More


Rumour mongers forced administration to snap internet within 36 hours after restoration

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report State administration was forced to withdraw 2G mobile internet services within 36 hours after the same was restored due to rumour mongers who indulged into spread... Read More


Admin says internet snapped due to technical glitch, Police warns of strict action

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- ET Report Responding to the rumours on snapping on the internet services in Jammu along with other districts, the Administration appealed that not to believe in rumours and warned o... Read More


Rumours grip Jammu city, long queue of vehicles at Petrol Pumps

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report Panicked due to rumours, the people this afternoon rushed to their adjoining petrol pumps fearing troubles, as the 2G-internet service in Jammu district was snapp... Read More


Halted transfers in School Edu proves boon for teachers staying in cities

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report The transfer process in the School Education department has been halted for the last many couple of months, which has been proving a boon for those teachers, who ... Read More


Munish Gupta's Mass Contact Programme on bicycle continues

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report Giving further momentum to his mass contact programme while riding a bicycle, Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, who has decided to contest the Assembly elections ... Read More


Over 190 primary schools will open tomorrow in Srinagar: Government

Srinagar, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report The Jammu & Kashmir Government today said that over 190 primary schools will re-open tomorrow in Srinagar, besides restoring full functionality of Government o... Read More


2 injured, cases of hooliganism reported: J-K Principal Secretary

Srinagar, Aug. 18 -- Principal Secretary of Planning Commission in Jammu Kashmir, Rohit Kansal on Sunday said that cases of hooliganism and mischievous elements creating disturbances were reported fro... Read More


Jammu Tawi Golfers Association formed

Jammu, Aug. 18 -- Early Times Report A meeting of the eminent Golfers of Jammu region was held today to discuss ways to promote Golf in Jammu. It was decided in the meeting to form a Golfers Associat... Read More