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People bundled in queues amid scorching heat ahead of entry inside Secretariat
Entry into `Raj Mahal'
8/21/2017 11:25:43 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 21: People are bundled into queues and made to wait for hours together to enter the civil secretariat at Srinagar. The wait does not end before the security men hurl choicest abuses on them. This is followed be `molestation' in the name of frisking. And, by the time the hapless people reach the mantries and babus, they fall short of words. After frisking, people have to pass through three more check points and stand again in a queue for an entry pass. An irritated person criticized the `cumbersome' process. "Why have a pass, when you have been checked and frisked thoroughly?" "I have come from Karnah- it is the border district and I have left home at ...
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Employment Department sleeps over Rs 2.50 Cr allocated for construction of DECC Jammu
8/21/2017 11:25:06 PM
Arun Singh Early Times Report jammu, Aug 21: The Employment Department has allegedly blocked whopping Rs 2.50 crore, allocated to it for the construction of District Employment and Counseling Center in Jammu and the work of the building could not be started due to litigation on land acquired. Sources told Early Times that the Employment Department released entire fund to the executing agency Public Work (Road and Building) Department for the construction of District Employment and Counseling Center but this amount remained unutilized. "The department had asked the Jammu Development Authority for a piece of land, which was provided in 2011 against payment of Rs 60 lakh at village Palou...
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Doda: 12 yrs on, Govt fails to macadamize 6-km road stretch
8/21/2017 11:24:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 21: The officials in Doda district have made a mockery of the centrally sponsored scheme Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), which was launched by the union government to improve the road connectivity. The 6 kilometer road project between Seri- Chattra in Doda district, sanctioned by union government 12 years ago was completed long back but till date the road has not been macadamized despite enough funds being available with the executing agencies. Rakesh Parihar, a local resident said that couple of months ago Deputy Commissioner Doda along with all senior officers of the district visited their village (Chattra). At that time Deputy Commiss...
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3 PDP ministers camping in New Delhi: Expenses borne by govt of which BJP is partner..?
BJP's strategic 'ambiguity' confounds confusion, PDP moves on with clarity….!
8/21/2017 11:24:51 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Aug 21: As the three senior PDP ministers are camping in New Delhi exploring every quarter to defend state's position on Article 35A legally, BJP continues to look on as an 'alien' pretending unfamiliarity to all these developments, despite all activities and engagements in New Delhi being carried out at the behest of the government. Caught in political dilemma, the BJP is confounding the confusion of people in a tacit manner, as unlike its ally PDP which is loud and clear, BJP perpetuates its stand with ambiguity. Sources said while the three PDP ministers who went to Delhi on August 18 to put strong defense in favour of the state, is pleading the entire matter...
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Lives on Risk: CUJ forces its drivers to overload buses
Buses with 448 seats carry over 800 students
8/21/2017 11:24:40 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Aug 21: After getting non-performing varsity status, followed by an audit by a team of MHRD, the Central University of Jammu is once again in news for forcing the drivers to overload the buses for the past many weeks. Against the sitting capacity of 448 in the buses, the drivers have been compelled to load over 800 students, just like livestock and Vice-Chancellor of the University has been kept aloof by some staff members over the issue. A few days back, a minibus in district Samba had met with an accident due to overload and pathetic condition of road, after which people had taken the local MLA head on. The road to CUJ is also in pathetic condition whereas o...
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Beaten by BJP workers, Sunderbani official transferred for approaching police
Successor CDPO scared to join duty
8/21/2017 11:24:30 PM
Early Times Report rajouri, Aug 21: Sudhir Bali, a Child Development Project Officer posted in Sunderbani here, who was ruthlessly beaten allegedly by Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) workers last month, has been transferred to a far-flung area only because the "victim had dared to file a complaint with the police." On July 28, in compliance of government orders, Bali had called a meeting at Dak Bungalow here to constitute Village Level Committee for Aanganwari workers. Witnesses said as the meeting was underway Bali was roughed up by some workers from the ruling BJP. The government official subsequently filed a complaint with the concerned police station. But instead of initiating action a...
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Now PDP 'coterie' using proxies to target Muzaffar Baig
8/21/2017 11:24:19 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Aug 21: The infighting between senior Peoples Democratic Party leader Muzaffar Hussain Baig and some of his "arch-rivals" including ministers from the ruling party, is taking an ugly turn as the "Pir lobby" is using proxies to target the veteran MP and to seek "social boycott" against him. For the past over two years, since the PDP-BJP alliance came to power, it was an open secret that Muzaffar Hussain Baig was not in good terms with some new faces in the party, who were calling the shots despite having "little or no experience in the field of politics." Tariq Karra was one such face who had publicly exposed the "new coterie" as being "political renegades....
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After failing to enforce ban on private practice, H&ME department constitutes committee for same
8/21/2017 11:24:12 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 21: After failing to enforce ban on the private practice of heads of the various departments of the different associated hospitals, medical and dental colleges of Jammu & Kashmir the state government today constituted a committee to ensure that the ban is implemented in letter and spirit. The Health & Medical Education Department, Jammu & Kashmir Government constituted a committee to implement the Government order No.43-HME of 2013 dated 17-01-2013 and Circular No: 02-HME of 2016 dated 13-06-2016 regarding ban on private practice upon all Head of Departments (HOD's) in Government Medical Colleges, Government Dental Colleges and the Associ...
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Apex Court comes to rescue of JKI, JKHC employees
Govt constitutes Group of Ministers
8/21/2017 11:21:00 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 21: Government has constituted group of Ministers to look into implementation of Supreme Court decision wherein Jammu & Kashmir Government has been directed to provide pension benefits to employees of J&K Industries and J&K Handicrafts Corporation as both the corporations were full-fledged Government departments prior to 1979. Details available with Early Times reveal that State Government has undertaken in Supreme Court and High Court that judgment in respect of Handicrafts Corporation and JKI will be implemented in letter and spirit for which a cabinet memo was put before the cabinet some days back. The cabinet has constituted a group of Ministers to l...
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Four years after SC ban, acid is sold in JK
8/21/2017 11:20:48 PM
Minam Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 21: The government has failed to regulate the sale of acids in the state which is in violation of the Supreme Court orders. The Apex Court in 2013 issued an order directing the state governments to regulate the sale of acid. However, the JK government has failed to implement the orders despite the acid attacks continue in the state. In the last few years, there have been many acid attacks in the state. Despite that government has failed to check on sale of acid. People said there is no check on the sale of acids. "You will find it openly. There are no regulations on its sale," said Farooq Ahmad, a resident of Batamaloo. He said many acid atta...
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Experts suggest '3 Idiots' story-line to fight menace
Suicides soar in depressed JK
8/21/2017 11:20:36 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 21: With growing incidents of suicides in the state, experts suggest that society in general and the parents in particular must reorient themselves to the changed circumstance so as to fight the problem. The increased incidence of suicides, particularly among the youth has become a serious concern for the people, and parents in particular. And this year too, the incidence of suicides is refusing to show any decline, which certainly is and should be a matter of grave concern for all. Figures reveal that there has been increase in suicides in Jammu and Kashmir particularly in the age group of 15-26 years. Experts believe that the real n...
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Public outcry against increasing bovine smuggling; people protest in Kathua
8/21/2017 11:20:06 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 21: Increasing incidents of bovine smuggling have generated a lot of public resentment in some parts of Kathua district, where people took to streets to protest against the crime. Sources said 40 bovine animals were rescued by people in Bahadur area of Kathua district on the intervening night of August 18 and 19 which were being smuggled by foot to Punjab where from they are being smuggled to Pakistan via Punjab borders. Sources said that on the same night six bovine animals were seized by people in the Mareen area of the same district. Sources said the agitated people also damaged the vehicle besides rescuing the bovine. They later handed over the anima...
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Ten Years on, Trauma centre in District Hospital Udhampur still incomplete
Reasi district Hospital becomes referral point
8/21/2017 10:57:15 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur/ Reasi, Aug 21: Despite major initiatives in health sector by the state and the union government, many schemes are still incomplete, due to which patient care in district hospitals of Reasi and Udhampur have taken a major dent. New Reasi district Hospital has been completed at an estimated cost of over Rs 13 crore, but the hospital still lacks basic facilities, besides pressing scarcity of the medical and para medical staff and most of the pat...
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Kalwanta to Joffar road in worse condition, PMGSY in deep slumber
8/21/2017 10:56:55 PM
Arun Jasrotia Udhampur, Aug 21: Several village roads in district Udhampur are in bad shape due to the apathy of the Department concerned and some of them have been so damaged that it is almost impossible to commute on them. Road between Kulwanta to Joffar in Ramnagar Tehsil of district Udhampur is in worst condition and local of the said areas face many problems due to this. Part of about 12 km of road from Kulwanta to Joffar has deep path holes filled with dirty water, which pose ...
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Thanks to political master, SI manages to get his transfer stalled
8/21/2017 10:55:47 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 21: A Sub Inspector (SI) having close connections with politicians has managed to stall his transfer using his relations with the ruling party leader. The SI, who is presently posted as an Incharge of a key Police Post in Kathua district for the last two years, was transferred to Jammu district recently but he didn't join the new place of posting as he didn't wish to leave the present place of posting. "The SI approached a politician, with whom he has very cordial relations, with a request to ask his seniors not to relieve him. The politician in turn called up a senior police officer and instructed him not to relieve the SI as he was his loyalist," said a so...
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SDM Mendhar distributes category certificates among beneficiaries
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TBOI remembers Lt Col Manohar Kaith
Historic Sankri Devta Mela concludes
Working Committee of JKAC holds meeting
Ladakh Scouts regiment gets President's Colours
CM inaugurates satellite campuses of Kashmir Univ at Leh
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Smart City Project: Govt constitutes SPVs with share-holding
Smart City Project: Lone, Raju appointed CEOs of newly constituted SPVs
Seminar on communal harmony national integration held
YMWC constitutes Mohalla Welfare Committee
Official panel to ensure implementation of ban on private practice by Medical Faculty
Arms recovered during search operation in Ganderbal
NYBO demands compensation for accident victims
Saddal villagers protest against PHE department
ABVP announces GDC Kishtwar Unit
Power tariff arrears in Jammu, Kashmir swells to Rs 1,992 crore
CB produces challan against Secretary, Asst Secy, Jt Secy BOSE
JKCA scam: CBI says 95% probe completed, state impairing CBI investigations
BGSB Univ student joins militant ranks
PIL seeking evacuation of illegal immigrants from Myanmar, Bangladesh
High Court seeks map showing forest, wildlife
Prof Gupta alleges NC for fanning communalism
Jammu & Kashmir: 135 terrorists killed, 43 security forces martyred in 2017 reveals RTI
Power shut-down
Ek Sath Rang Mandal stages "Akhri Padaw Mansik Tanaw"
DPS Jammu excels in painting competition
Glamm Onn organizes audition for Ms and Mr Exqusite pageant
Swachhta Pakhwada concludes at GCOE
GGM Science College organises flagship awareness programmes
47th Shri Navkundiya Shaan Chandi Homatak Mahayagya from Aug 26
Several NC leaders, workers join BJP
NPSU stages protest over revocation of Art 35 A
All India Gramin Dak Sevak Union stages protest
NHPC felicitates Arunachalam Nalini
Probe role of RDD Minister in purchasing of plants, tree guards: Saroori
Doctors' shortage affects health services
Student held on charge of raping jawan's wife in Jammu: Police
Residents of Mehra, Chowkian stage protest against PHE
Former Sarpanch killed in Anantnag
Police arrest two with 4 gms of heroin
Security forces arrest Hizb terrorist
Stop exploiting DRWs, contractual, need based employees: Harsh
2 Cops injured in stone pelting following student's death
Citizens Cooperative Bank candidates extend support to Dinesh Gupta
Bankers to go on strike on Aug 22
JMC launches anti encroachment drive
People stage protest against Mendhar Police
JKRCEA threatens to organize rally
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