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"Ab pachtaye hout kya, jab chidiya chug gayi khet"
Omar slept for 6 years, woke up very late
7/29/2014 12:15:07 AM
Bashir Assad SRINAGAR, July 28: At the fag end of his innings, Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah is having a tight schedule ahead for the inaugural and foundation laying ceremonies in the state. The Government executing agencies particularly the J&K Projects Construction Corporation (JKPCC) and J&K Housing Board are working on war-footing for the completion of developmental/infrastructural projects as the Chief Minister has already fixed the dates either for foundation laying or for inaugural ceremonies of various projects. Despite the state holidays for Eid, the officials of JKPCC and Housing Board could be seen camping overnight at the sites and monitoring the pace of work. The JK Housing Board officials were seen camping at Amar Singh College in Tulsibagh for three days last week as the Chief Minister was scheduled to formally lay the foundation stone of the under-construction modern Auditorium at the college. MD of the Housing Board and his team of engineers were on their toes ...
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Earlier also, suspension orders were revoked within days
Is suspension of JK Medicity licence an eye wash?
7/29/2014 12:14:54 AM
Akshay Azad JAMMU, July 28: The suspension of license of JK Medicity Hospital Private Limited by Director Health Services (Jammu) on Monday, following termination of eight month old pregnancy of a woman, is seen as merely an eye-wash by the doctors working in Health department. The doctors pleading anonymity informed Early Times that the Director had issued order of suspension of licence/registration of JK Medicity Hospital, under J&K Nursing Homes and Clinical Establishments Act, but the action was reportedly taken to escape from public anger over the negligence by hospital staff. The doctors claimed that majority of Nursing Homes and Clinics in entire Jammu province have been running i...
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Geelani tries old trick to incite violence
Spews venom, asks people to hold protest demonstration after Eid Prayers
7/29/2014 12:14:42 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 28: Like several times in the past, separatist factions in Kashmir may use Eid to trigger new cycle violence that might make difficult for the common people across the valley. Pro Pakistan separatist leader, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who is known to foment trouble using such occasions today asked people for 30 minutes protest demonstration after the Eid prayers against the Israeli terrorism in Gaza and said that 'Muslims are passing through most difficult phase and all the imperialistic powers of the world have got activated against them. To instigate people, Geelani narrated examples of Gaza and Burma and he also tried to rake up emotions of people by lau...
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6 shops, 2 kiosks torched as tension grips Basohli after alleged sacrilegious act
**Several hurt in stone pelting
7/29/2014 12:14:19 AM
Sumit Sharma Jammu, July 28: Six shops and two kiosks were today set ablaze by some people at Bhoond in Basohli area of Kathua after an alleged sacrilegious act. As tension gripped the area with tempers running high, the district administration imposed section 144 in and around Bhoond. Police said a group of villagers this morning noticed some anti-social elements allegedly indulging in a sacrilegious act, following which they raised an alarm. The villagers gathered there soon and expressed ...
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Rousing reception awaits Karra at MM Bagh on Eid
Where will NC MLA offer prayers?
7/29/2014 12:12:32 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 28: The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) is gaining popularity with every passing day especially in Srinagar which traditionally has been a strong bastion of National Conference (NC). A posh area in Srinagar, Magarmal Bagh which is home to PDP Member Parliament, Tariq Karra and NC MLA for Batmaloo, Irfan Shah has a beautiful park which came up in 2008 when Tariq Karra was the Finance Minister. For unknown reasons, or most probably because of Amarnath Land row, no plaque stone was put in place. The PDP rule ended with the land row and Karra lost Batmaloo to Shah in the elections. Karra was forgotten and so was the park. Karra, however, turned a giant k...
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RP Singh holds special meeting with ex MP from J&K
Decks cleared for Lal Singh's entry into BJP
7/29/2014 12:12:20 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 28: Decks have been cleared in joining of senior Congress leader and ex MP from Kathua, Udhampur, Doda constituency Ch. Lal Singh into BJP with party high command okaying the proposal. Sources said Singh who left union capital late last night from here is expected to meet the senior BJP leaders in New Delhi including party president Amit Shah, general secretary J P Nadda and other senior functionaries to finalize date and venue for his entry into party fold. The green signal given by BJP high command to Singh's entry into the party has silenced many voices within the party who were averse to the move and had made their views public also in this regard. Acco...
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Voter cards full of errors, no correction made in 3-4 months; authorities unmoved
Legislative Assembly elections in offing
7/29/2014 12:12:04 AM
Bivek Mathur JAMMU, July 28: With legislative Assembly elections round the corner, issues over flaws in Chief Electoral Officer website are yet to end. As per sources, Election Commission had advertised for corrections in the voter cards of the voters through print and other media of communication just after the conclusion of Parliamentary elections in the state through the Form number 8 available on the website of the Chief Electoral Officer, J&K but even after the passage of over 3-4 months no correction has been made. A voter of Gandhi Nagar, constituency number 71, wishing anonymity over name said that his daughter’s name was mistakenly written in place of his wife's name and he a...
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Failed, desperate NC out to divide Jammu Pradesh
Pirpanjal Hill Development Council
7/29/2014 12:11:42 AM
Neha JAMMU, July 28: The National Conference, which was rejected by the people across the state in the just-held Lok Sabha elections and which has been abandoned by the equally desperate Congress, has unleashed a campaign which, if not punctured right now, would culminate in the division of Jammu province. It has unleashed forces in the erstwhile Doda district and Poonch-Rajouri area which are leaving no stone unturned to polarize and communalize the political scene in these areas, where the Muslims are quite numerous. On the one hand, they have been attacking India, saying it eroded the state's special status over the period to integrate the state into India, and, on the other hand, they ...
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Congress an "undependable" ally
Govt formation in J&K
7/29/2014 12:11:24 AM
Rustam JAMMU, July 28: "The Congress is not a dependable ally. It also makes promises on the eve of and during the election campaign to garner votes, but does nothing to fulfill them. It throws its election manifesto into dustbin after the election and enters into an unholy alliance to grab political power. The Congress is the most opportunist party and it indulges in politics of opportunism in a most brazen manner". This is what most of the people in Jammu province believe. The belief is well-founded. During the past more than 66 years, the Congress did behave in a fashion that made the people form such an opinion about the Congress party. It is hardly necessary to dig the entire histo...
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IV Class ULB employee elevated as EO in violation of norms
7/29/2014 12:11:06 AM
Avinash Azad JAMMU, July 28: In yet another glaring instance of altering service rules to allegedly favour the blue eyed in the department, a Receptionist (4th class employee) in Director Urban Local Bodies (ULB), Jammu, said to be close to a bureaucrat, was directly promoted as Executive Officer (EO). Sources in ULB told Early Times that a Receptionist, having closeness to a bureaucrat, "has managed to get un-justified promotion". Surprisingly, appointed in 2003 as fourth class employee, Jodh Raj within three years of his service, not only got promotion but also managed to change his cadre. "In 2006-07, he was elevated as Personal Assistant", sources alleged, adding that change of cad...
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3-member committee framed to probe JK Medicity incident
7/29/2014 12:08:33 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 28: A day after the suspension of the licence of JK Medicity and its seizure, Director Health Services, Jammu, today constituted a three-member committee to probe into the incident. The committee members included Dr B.P Sharma , Deputy Director, Health, CMO Arvind Raina and Medical Superintendent, Govt Hospital Sarwal, Robinder Khajuria. The committee will be submitting the report after a thorough probe. Pertinently, Channi Himmat police has booked Dr Amarjeet Singh and Multi-Purpose Health Worker Roma Devi for their negligence which led to the abortion of pregnant lady in the JK Medicity Hospital at Narwal.The pregnant lady was under the treatment of Dr I...
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Marketing company goes missing overnight
Thugs loot Poonch people outside police station, administration clueless
7/29/2014 12:08:27 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Juy 28: Believe it or not but 600 meters from police station, Poonch residents have been looted by a marketing company which until the other day promised to deliver everything under one roof at nominal rates. The company named "Welcome Home Needs" had opened up an office in the vicinity of Police Station in Poonch town a few months ago. According to sources, Poonch Municipal Committee (PMC) had permitted the company to open up this showroom without seeking a primary background check. They added that not only municipality but district administration too had helped the company in setting up the office. Sources maintained that the company would book orders by tak...
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Man gets life sentence for killing wife
CAPD realizes Rs 278050 from violators
Secy H&UDD directs JMC to maintain sanitation in view of Mansoon
Court acquits Patwari in trap case as VOJ fails to prove case
SASB expresses concern over law, order incident at Baltal
Bhalla dedicates multiplay station to Gandhi Nagar people
Mufti to contest from Anantnag, Qarra's wife from Batmaloo
In bid to defer reply CAPD forwards RTI application to pvt gas agency
Shortlisted jail warden candidates hold protest
JK Medicity closure, patients at 'receiving end'
Dental surgeons continue dharna, hunger strike
One Eid eve, Baramulla craves for food
Science Express flagged off
Two bootleggers held in holy town Katra
Udhampur shoot out: Police cracks case with arrest of two accused
Locals hold protest over shortage of medical staff at DH Udhampur
CAPD intensifies checking realizes Rs 11,150 as fine
Vaishno Devi chopper service suspended due to bad weather
Former JK bank executive resigns from Congress
Wasim addresses series of public meetings in Kalakote
ReT Forum hails appointment of Pakhroo as DSE-J
Another promise unkept: Employees not paid salaries before Eid
One drowns, another goes missing in Warwan
JKNPP demands release of funds for MGNREGA labourers
PDP felicitates people on Eid-ul-Fitr
Three held, bid to rob passenger taxi foiled
Cop kills 2 sisters including SPO at Kalakote, Commits suicide
World Hepatitis Day celebrated in SSH Jammu
GGF's leadership training programme concludes
Arora biradari congregation concludes
Another batch of devotees leave for Amarnath
Eminent citizens, others join PDP
PDP credible alternative to end monopoly of NC: Suram
JKBWA condoles demise of Colonel Kaith
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