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Breaking News :   SJA organizes training on "Grant of Maintenance under Section 488 CrPC and its execution" | Three-day Yongmudo advance training referee seminar exams concludes | MPEJ criticizes NC leaders | ReT Forum demands conversion of undergraduate teachers to Grade-II teachers | JKGEAF organizes one day conference | TDF demands cabinet berth for Dr. Jitendra Singh | Medical camp organized by Sikhs 4 All Foundation | JKTF discuss demands | Bhagwat Saptah Katha concludes | TEDx Rajinder Park organizes motivational event | Women run "Mirchi Gang of Girls" organized | Natrang stages "Mujrim Farar Hai" | Sport Climbing Competitions conducted | J&K Private Schools Association organizes workshop | Yagyopavit ceremony held at SMVD Gurukul for newly admitted 6th class students | YCET organizes guest lecture on emerging technology trends | Handball cluster level meet held at JNV | Admin inertia continues in J&K | In LS polls people voted for Modi, Assembly elections in J&K a different ball game | Mission 44+ is J&K BJP's day dreaming | I want to serve my people, become their voice: Munish | Stop importing terror if you want to talk: India to Pakistan | State BJP no more interested in new entries | Now Omar missing from Farooq's celebrations | At this crucial time, PDP workers looking for Tassaduq Mufti | Army organises mega medical camp | Paba starts work of preservation of historical Baolis | Govt must resolve issues of SSA teachers to end uncertainty: Daing | Police recover illicit liquor, one arrested | Free eye camp organized | Modi wave fails to cross Pir Panjal mountain range | Marking the welfare pages of 'Retired Police personnel' | Re-emergence of ISIS: Threat to India | BJP is biased against Jammu: NC leader Bunty | Congress leader Saif-ud-din Soz castigates BJP for trampling democratic institutions | Teen injured in cross-LoC firing | Irregularities in PWD Poonch, Rajouri | Damaged pipeline forces Poonch masses to drink muddy, impure water | Boy recieves burn injuries due to electric shock hanging on trees, Hospitalised | BJP for early abrogation of Articles 370, 35A, says J&K BJP president | Div Com announces winners of Red Cross Society Raffle draw-2019 | 8 Udhampur villages await bridge | Advisor Skandan inspects various industrial units at Bari Brahmana | Ex-MLA interacts with inhabitants of Ward 37 | Forest officials raid five illegal saw mills in Bhaderwah, seize illegal materials | Doda govt schools lack facilities | A sepoy of Revolution: AISF | BJP leader castigates imaginary fear created against NDA | Strikes no solution to Kashmir Issue: Zakir Musa in last video | Only stranded vehicles to ply from Jammu to Srinagar | Assam Rifles battalion to be placed in J&K as NDRF | DDC Ramban distributes Scooties among specially-abled persons | Punjabi Lekhak Sabha, Sahitak Sabha hold literary meet | Marwah, Dachhan areas to get Airtel mobile connectivity by ending July | Missing child reunited with parents | Kashmir University postpones B.ED exam scheduled on Monday | Police holds public meeting at Police Station Khour | Class work to remain suspended | GoI lauds JK's performance under AB-PMJAY | Cultural Programme held under CAP | Absconder evading arrest apprehended | Hailstorm, heavy rain damages crop | Sahib Bandgi guru delivers religious sermons | Huge consignment of Poppy straw seized on Mughal Road, 4 held | Police seize 2.5 kg of poppy straw | Peddler arrested, ganja recovered | Lady died after powerful winds trigger shooting stones | Huge cache of codeine phosphate seized; peddler arrested | Back Issues  
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Admin inertia continues in J&K
12 yrs on, service rules for LC yet to be finalized
5/26/2019 11:20:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: There seems no change in the prevailing administrative inertia in Government departments, as even after lapse of over 12 years since the process of formulation of service rules for Legislative Council was initiated, there is no headway. According to sources in the Law department, the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council and JK Legislative Assembly Rules 1959 have been followed since decades for making appointments or promotions of the employees in the Legislative Council as well as Legislative Assembly. "The rules have not been amended since 1959. The process for the formulation of service rules was initiated way back in year 2006 and the file was forwarded for vetting of Law department in year 2007", sources said, adding that since then the file has been gathering dust. Sources further alleged that in the absence of new service rules there were allegations that to adjust blue-eyed persons on various posts, the parameters for recruitments were...
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In LS polls people voted for Modi, Assembly elections in J&K a different ball game
5/26/2019 11:20:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: The recently concluded Lok Sabha polls are an indication that Congress in Jammu and Peoples Democratic Party in Kashmir are on a sticky wicket and the forthcoming Assembly elections can spell the doom for both the parties. An analyst while talking to Early Times said that the BJP winning both the Lok Sabha seats in Jammu and another in Ladakh has boosted the morale of the party leaders but they are ignoring an important factor i.e. in the recent Parliamentary polls no one voted for a particular candidate. "People across the country voted for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in most of the places people even didn't know the name of the BJP candidate," he add...
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Mission 44+ is J&K BJP's day dreaming
5/26/2019 11:20:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: After winning 303 Lok Sabha seats across the country, including three in Jammu and Ladakh with very impressive margins on its own, the BJP faces the real challenge of forming its own government in J&K. J&K BJP chief on Friday claimed that the BJP will achieve its 44+ target and form the next government in the state. If its current performance in J&K is any indication, then it can be safely said that the BJP is seeking to achieve the unachievable. What does the poll results in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh suggest as far as the desire of the BJP to form its own government in the state is concerned? Can it achieve the 44+ target in the state given its demog...
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I want to serve my people, become their voice: Munish
5/26/2019 11:20:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: Early Times, Editor Munish Gupta, on Sunday asked the people of Jammu to become the masters of their destiny and vote for the candidate who could always remain available for them. Munish would be contesting the forthcoming Assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency as an Independent candidate. To garner support he met people from different walks of life at upper Exchange Gadigarh, Karan Nagar Basti and adjoining areas, informed them about his vision ...
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Stop importing terror if you want to talk: India to Pakistan
Talks on J&K
5/26/2019 11:19:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: New Delhi has again asserted its position and authority and the United States that talks and terror could not go hand-in-hand and that if Islamabad was really interested in talks, it must behave and stop exporting terror into India in general and J&K in particular. Soon after his reelection for another five years with a historic mandate (353 seats, including 303 of the BJP itself), Narendra Modi government acted and acted firmly as far as its stand on Pakistan and terrorism was concerned. The Indian Ambassador to the United States (US), Harsh Vardhan Shringla, said that "India will not hold any talks with Pakistan until it gives up its state policy of ...
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State BJP no more interested in new entries
5/26/2019 11:18:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: Even as return of Modi in the Lok Sabha elections is driving more leaders from Congress to join the saffron brigade, the State unit of Bhartiya Janata Party is no more interested in new entries. Those who were waiting for Lok Sabha election results to decide their future course of action and now knocking at BJP door for an entry, are getting no response from the party of their future politics notwithstanding an open for joining the saffron folds earlier. Sources in the BJP circles said that State unit of the party is no more interested for taking more leaders from Congress or any other party into its fold. These leaders from other parties were alread...
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Now Omar missing from Farooq's celebrations
5/26/2019 11:18:42 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 26: Even as most of the senior leaders of the National Conference on Saturday called on Dr Farooq Abdullah at his Gupkar residence here to greet him on his victory in the Parliament elections, his son Omar Abdullah was conspicuous for his absence at the celebrations. While Dr Abdullah is the patron, Omar is the working President of the National Conference and his absence at the celebrations at the residence of the leader have sent a "wrong signal" as the son lives only next to him on the Gupkar road in Srinagar. Sources said from Nasir Aslam Wani to Ali Muhammad Sagar, many of the senior leaders of the party were present at the celebrations joined by sev...
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At this crucial time, PDP workers looking for Tassaduq Mufti
5/26/2019 11:18:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 26: After worst ever debacle of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the just concluded Parliamentary elections in J&K, every worker of the PDP is asking where is Tassaduq Mufti, who was appointed as cabinet minister in the then Mehbooba Mufti led coalition government in J&K on December 18, 2017. By ignoring all senior leaders, PDP high command had first appointed Tassaduq as MLC from Jammu quota and later appointed him as cabinet minister and given him charge of Tourism Department. When Tassaduq Mufti was appointed as minister at cost of senior leaders, there was strong anger among leaders but PDP leadership had argued that he (Tassaduq) would be proved as ...
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BJP is biased against Jammu: NC leader Bunty
5/26/2019 10:33:47 PM
Kunal Shrivatsa Early Times Report JAMMU, May 26: Taking a dig at the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) for exploiting sentiments of the people of state especially those belonging to the Jammu region, senior National Conference (NC) leader Surinder Singh Bunty has said that the masses have now realized that the saffron party committed a blunder by aligning with the PDP. Speaking to Early Times, Bunty said the "unholy alliance" between PDP and the BJP totally failed to come up to the expectations o...
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SJA organizes training on "Grant of Maintenance under Section 488 CrPC and its execution"
Three-day Yongmudo advance training referee seminar exams concludes
MPEJ criticizes NC leaders
ReT Forum demands conversion of undergraduate teachers to Grade-II teachers
JKGEAF organizes one day conference
TDF demands cabinet berth for Dr. Jitendra Singh
Medical camp organized by Sikhs 4 All Foundation
JKTF discuss demands
Bhagwat Saptah Katha concludes
TEDx Rajinder Park organizes motivational event
Natrang stages "Mujrim Farar Hai"
J&K Private Schools Association organizes workshop
Yagyopavit ceremony held at SMVD Gurukul for newly admitted 6th class students
YCET organizes guest lecture on emerging technology trends
Army organises mega medical camp
Paba starts work of preservation of historical Baolis
Govt must resolve issues of SSA teachers to end uncertainty: Daing
Police recover illicit liquor, one arrested
Free eye camp organized
Congress leader Saif-ud-din Soz castigates BJP for trampling democratic institutions
Teen injured in cross-LoC firing
Irregularities in PWD Poonch, Rajouri
Damaged pipeline forces Poonch masses to drink muddy, impure water
Boy recieves burn injuries due to electric shock hanging on trees, Hospitalised
BJP for early abrogation of Articles 370, 35A, says J&K BJP president
Div Com announces winners of Red Cross Society Raffle draw-2019
8 Udhampur villages await bridge
Advisor Skandan inspects various industrial units at Bari Brahmana
Ex-MLA interacts with inhabitants of Ward 37
Forest officials raid five illegal saw mills in Bhaderwah, seize illegal materials
Doda govt schools lack facilities
A sepoy of Revolution: AISF
BJP leader castigates imaginary fear created against NDA
Strikes no solution to Kashmir Issue: Zakir Musa in last video
Only stranded vehicles to ply from Jammu to Srinagar
Assam Rifles battalion to be placed in J&K as NDRF
DDC Ramban distributes Scooties among specially-abled persons
Punjabi Lekhak Sabha, Sahitak Sabha hold literary meet
Marwah, Dachhan areas to get Airtel mobile connectivity by ending July
Missing child reunited with parents
Kashmir University postpones B.ED exam scheduled on Monday
Police holds public meeting at Police Station Khour
Class work to remain suspended
GoI lauds JK's performance under AB-PMJAY
Cultural Programme held under CAP
Absconder evading arrest apprehended
Hailstorm, heavy rain damages crop
Sahib Bandgi guru delivers religious sermons
Huge consignment of Poppy straw seized on Mughal Road, 4 held
Police seize 2.5 kg of poppy straw
Peddler arrested, ganja recovered
Lady died after powerful winds trigger shooting stones
Huge cache of codeine phosphate seized; peddler arrested
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