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'Rank and file being polarized over castes, sub castes'
BJP at civil war over reserved seats
7/24/2014 11:47:04 PM
Abodh Sharma Jammu, July 24: The aspirants of party mandate for the seven reserved seats of Jammu region have been ravaged by bitter factionalism and rivalry has broken out amongst candidates belonging to various castes and sub castes for getting the mandate for seats reserved for candidates of reserved categories. While there is by and large a consensus within BJP to repeat mandate to the sitting MLAs who have been elected from reserved candidates including Durga Dass from Hiranagar, Bharat Bhushan Bodi from Raipur Damana and Gharu Ram Bhagat from R S Pura, sources within the party divulge that Bali Bhagat, the state general secretary of the party is trying to throw spanner in the scheme of things by trying to carve out a reserved seat for himself. "He is trying to engineer a divide within the schedule caste leaders and workers of the party for his vested interests," said a party functionary pleading anonymity. "He should contest from Ramban from where he comes as it is also a rese...
Omar, Farooq, Kamaal undecided about contesting Assembly elections
7/24/2014 11:46:51 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 24: Having just released its second list of candidates, National Conference is still in a state of confusion with nobody in the party knowing whether the star constestants---Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and the NC patron Dr Farooq Abdullah---would be contesting the upcoming Assembly elections or not. Dr Abdullah's decision not to contest the elections became public late today. As of now, according to the party insiders, Farooq Abdullah has no intention of contesting the elections. Much more than his failing health, Dr Abdullah is reportedly anxious as he has been left with no safe seat in entire State of Jammu and Kashmir. "Once upon a time, a scion of ...
Issue white paper to prove Jammu not being discriminated against
Dismissing nationalists as divisive
7/24/2014 11:46:43 PM
Rustam JAMMU, July 24: The National Conference, which has been getting the maximum possible support of the Congress to perpetrate injustice after injustice on the people of Jammu and Ladakh, on Wednesday again said that the Omar Abdullah-led coalition Government has all along ensured equitable development of all the regions and it remains committed to pursuing the same policy. "The State under the leadership of Omar Abdullah is passing through an unprecedented era of progress in all the spheres of life. Development of backward and remote areas has remained the main focus of Government's policy frame work and planning parameters," it said, and added that "the present Government has embarked...
Wrongful confinement of 16 yrs old in school
Principal turned dictator to reply before court
7/24/2014 11:46:27 PM
Shiv Thakur JAMMU, July 24: In a bizarre case of dictatorial and callous approach of certain misfit elements in education system when there are laws against the corporal punishment and etc, the career of a young student of Class XI was put at stake, who not only was put on mental torture but also was put wrongful confinement by his faculty at St. Francis Hr. Sec. School, Akhnoor. As per the available reports with Early Times, the principal of St. Francis Hr. Sec. School, Akhnoor was engaged in wrong confinement and corporal punishment of a student of his School namely Vishal Khajuria s/o Ram Paul Sharma R/o Vill. Sainth tehsil Akhnoor. The shameless act of the principal is seen as the pri...
Desperate to save his sinking ship, Omar trying to again rake up AFSPA issue
7/24/2014 11:46:14 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 24: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is desperately taking up confrontation with the Modi Government at the Centre to save his "sinking ship". He said in the recent past that the "Centre will still find excuse to retain Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) even if all the guns fall silent in the state". He made this statement even after Centre had categorically stated that time is not ripe for the revocation of the AFSPA from the State. The statement of the Modi Government was in line with the previous Government which also didn't connect to the demand of the Chief Minister. Omar had about two years back put all his political eggs in the basket of AFSPA but ...
VO inaction shields Taj's darling DHS Kashmir
Rs 2.5 Cr Kit Scam
7/24/2014 11:46:05 PM
Saahil Suhail Srinagar, July 24: State government is shielding the tainted Director Health Services Kashmir Dr Saleem-ul-Rehman . This stands proved by inaction of the Vigilance Organisation which has not completed the probe in Rs '2.5 Cr worth Kit Scam' involving the director Health despite the passage of over 2 years. Vigilance organization of Kashmir in 2012 had registered a case (32/2012) against the director Health Dr Saleem-ul-Rehman after the organization established a scam worth Rs 2.5 Cr. Highly placed sources said that a scam worth 2.5 Cr for purchase of Kits under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was established by Vigilance where-in the Director had purchased kits on exorb...
JU takes Human Rights lightly, admits 15 students for 30 seats
Illegal arrangement becomes law
7/24/2014 11:45:54 PM
ET Report JAMMU, July 24: Jammu University seems to have made up its mind to give up teaching human rights to scholars, Army, police and paramilitary forces. University administration has seemingly begun the process of winding up the post-graduate diploma course in Human Rights. None from the department of law which has been assigned task of admitting students to this course to officials of the university are seemingly serious towards admitting students to this course. The department was started in the year 2006 as part of the Law School of Jammu University. Initially, the University created 30 seats for this course with 5 reserved for Army, Paramilitary Forces and Police. This was subse...
Shocker for masses in offing, people to pay user-fee on state roads
2 years after constitution, SRDC fails to take off
7/24/2014 11:45:41 PM
Akshay Azad JAMMU, July 24: Majority of the roads in state are in pathetic condition and the decision taken by state Cabinet to improve these roads has yielded no results. After more than two years, since the Government accorded sanction for constitution of State Road Development Corporation (SRDC), it has yet to take off. Moreover, it will be another shocker for residents of Jammu and Kashmir, as the people have to pay user charges, for using the roads and bridges, constructed by SRDC. Sources informed Early Times that in the month of May 2012, the state Cabinet headed by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah had accorded sanction under Government order number 320-PW-R&B, for setting up of SRD...
Implementation of major decisions at fag end of Govt may backfire on Omar
Coalition likely to meet same fate as Cong faced in Rajasthan under Gehlot: Political Pundits
7/24/2014 11:45:29 PM
Bivek Mathur JAMMU, July 24: With major announcements at the fag end of his coalition Government, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah might have impressed bureaucrats and Ministers in his Cabinet but has failed to impress the public in general. Beginning with the Government achievement of 659 new administrative units, he left no stone unturned to attract general public with certain decisions like revocation of new administrative policy which has spoiled over two years of the unemployed youth of the state, consideration of five year service of Rehbar-e-Talim teachers and the promotional benefits, advertisement of 1,651 posts by J&K PSC, enhancement of retirement age for the employees and the incr...
Old NC guards demoralized after recent statement of Omar about Dr Farooq
'Don't see any future of party with Omar'
7/24/2014 11:45:16 PM
Jehangir Rashid SRINAGAR, July 24: Senior National Conference leaders and workers are in a state of shock these days after the working President of the party and Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah announced that party President, Dr. Farooq Abdullah would not contest the forthcoming Assembly elections in the state. Omar's announcement has virtually demoralized the old guards of the party who don't see any future of the party with the present working President. These people believed that the party could have regained some ground only if Dr. Farooq takes over the charge of the party in the real sense. However, their hopes have been dashed by the recent statement of Omar. "Omar has no charisma to...
Incompetent catapulted to DSE chair
Is there dearth of KAS/IAS officers in J&K?
7/24/2014 11:45:03 PM
K Koushal JAMMU, July 24: Be it political influence or the lack of competent cadre, a dark duckling has been turned into 'swan' in the School Education Department which almost is witnessing a make shift arrangements for quite a long time in recent past. If recalled here the Director of School Education has virtually seen a musical chair game with quick shifting of atleast seven Directors with a short span of time. Pertinently, on July 16 former Director Tushar Kanti Sharma has been transferred and all the powers have been given to HR Pakhroo. The question arises here is whether there is shortage of KAS/IAS officers in the state or it was well planned conspiracy as the post of Director ...
Sakeena Itoo irks Party activists in Bijbehara
7/24/2014 10:32:49 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, July 24 : State Social Welfare Minister and senior National Conference leader Sakeena Itoo received ire of her party activists in Darigund area of Bijbehara constituency where she was reportedly to visit the family of a notorious thief. Sources said that on Wednesday Sakeena Itoo arrived in Darigund Bijbehara to visit the family of Tanveer Ahmad Ganie, who had remained affiliated with several parties including Congress. On seeing the Minister visiting the residence of Tanveer, National Conference workers openly expressed their resentment and forced to Minister to leave the area. She was not allowed to enter the residence of Tanveer Ahmad. Workers said tha...
Pre-poll alliance with Congress in 2008
Sheikh Nazir terms Omar dictator
7/24/2014 10:31:53 PM
Neha MINCING NO WORDS JAMMU, July 24: Believe it or not, but it is a fact that Sheikh Nazir Ahmad, cousin of National Conference (NC) president, Farooq Abdullah, and who served the party as general secretary for decades, considers NC working president dictator. He termed Omar Abdullah dictator only the other day during an interview to a media person. During the interview, he said many things. He said he was not an Indian; he is only a Kashmiri. He sung the separatists' song and opposed the return of Kashmiri Hindus to the Valley. He attacked Pakistan, saying had Pakistan not invaded J&K in Oct 1947, Kashmir would have become an independent country decades ago. He condemned the Mughals...
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