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Kashmir based candidates get extension, Jammu candidates ignored
Discrimination with Jammu in contractual engagements
6/26/2019 12:18:25 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: The state Higher Education department has been accused of discriminating with Jammu candidates in contractual engagements. The locals said that while Valley based candidates were given extension, the Jammu candidates have been ignored. The Jammu based candidates informed Early Times that the yearly session of Kashmir division for engagement of contractual faculty members in the colleges was from 1st March to 28th of February, while the session in Jammu division was from August 1 to 31st of July every year. In Kashmir division the advertisement for reengagement of contractual faculty is to be announced in December every year and the process has to be completed till February but under a well planned conspiracy, the Kashmir based candidates were given extensions rather than holding fresh engagement process. The first extension to the Kashmir based contractual faculty was granted from 28th of February to 31st of March while on 30/3/2019, the Kashm...
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Govt set to resurrect, give teeth to SAC
Politicians to get sleepless nights
6/26/2019 12:18:13 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: After giving enough teeth to the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) to crack whip against the corrupt practices in Jammu and Kashmir, the government is all set to resurrect the State Accountability Commission which was left in ruins by the state's popular governments. As per the reports coming to fore, the government in a bid to leave the corrupt in crises, is giving inherent powers to this anti- corruption watchdog to exercise suo- moto powers. Though such a measure, SAC will have enough powers to issue summon against any political leader who has been part of the state government in the past and against whom compliant of corruption has been lodged. In Jammu...
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RTI reveals mass bungling in Auqaf-run school, BEd college
6/26/2019 12:18:01 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, June 25: After remaining in controversies, the 114-year-old renowned educational institution in the state of Jammu and Kashmir has once again landed in controversies as lakhs of rupees were embezzled by the school management and the B.Ed college run by the Auqaf Islamia Kishtwar. As per the details available with "Early Times" the shocking revelations regarding the mass scale embezzlements in the school and B.Ed college has come to the fore through an RTI filed by one Sajjad Ahmed Najjar who is also a counsellor of Kishtwar municipality. He has also written a booklet titled "Kishtwar Ka Tareeqie Idhara Islamia Fareediya School aur Uske B.Ed co...
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Hurriyat desperate for talks but Shah unlikely to give importance to anti-national outfits
6/26/2019 12:17:54 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: Notwithstanding the desperation being shown by separatist groups including Hurriyat Conference to hold dialogue, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is unlikely to give any importance to these anti-national groups. Instead of legitimizing these anti-national outfits by accepting their offers of talks Amit Shah is going to give importance to security related issues ahead of the annual pilgrimage of Shri Amarnath. Credible sources said that leadership of Hurriyat Conference through some mediators was trying to get response for Union Home because leadership was facing pressure from those leaders who have been lodged in different jails in case of terror funding ...
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'Teach Pak stooges a lesson, don't talk to them'
'Hurriyat leaders can't even go to toilet without Pak's consent'
6/26/2019 12:17:47 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: The Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik stating that Hurriyat Conference is ready for talks has triggered a debate. "Soon after the Governor Malik said that the separatists are ready for talks the Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq stated that the amalgam has never opposed the talks. In a way it endorsed the Governor's statement," said an analyst. However, on the very next day there was a "twist in the tale" Hurriyat (M) issued another statement urging Government of India to respond to the repeated offer of dialogue of Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan. "Pakistan PM Imran Khan's repeated offer of dialogue on all issues between Indi...
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Differences surface in Hurriyat on talks
6/26/2019 12:17:36 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 25: Even as Governor SP Malik recently said that Hurriyat was ready for talks with New Delhi, differences have surfaced in the separatist camp on the issue. While the Hurriyat (M) headed by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq told media that the party was ready for talks with the central government, his counterpart and another senior leader Syed Ali Geelani, who heads the Hurriyat (G) has been silent on the issue. Sources said Hurriyat (G) is yet to arrive to conclusion on the issue and thus the party has refrained from commenting over the same. Sources said the Hurriyat (G) chairman had reservations in issuing statement on the issue unless he gets a nod from his maste...
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Scores of elderly people left out to take benefit of social welfare schemes
6/26/2019 12:17:24 AM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 25: The union government has launched various centrally sponsored schemes and viz a viz social welfare schemes in Jammu and Kashmir, but many poor families in Srinagar district alleges that, the scheme is theoretically sound but practically the people were not given due benefits of the schemes so for. According to sources that, the department of social welfare has introduced various schemes for the welfare of people, and at many places people are still looking for their forms that they had submitted in the department concerned. There is an Integrated Social Security Scheme (ISSS), National Old Age Pension Scheme (NOAPS) Indra Gandhi Natio...
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Finally, makeshift bridge set up at Budgam playground
6/26/2019 12:17:18 AM
Early Times Report BUDGAM, June 25: The Rural Development Department, with cooperation of local youth of Wathoora in Budgam district, has finally set up a makeshift wooden bridge on Doodh Ganga nallah paying way for connecting the beautiful playground with main road. Sources say that this was done all in jiffy as top officials of Youth Services and Sports Department are visiting the village as part of 'Back to Village' programme on June 26. The absence of makeshift bridge was reported by Early Times in its Tuesday edition. In order to play safe, officials of local BDO office decided to erect a small wooden bridge with the sole objective of not getting insulted during the 'Back to Villa...
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DySP fudges quantity of seized heroin to save accused
'Veeru is continuing his mission: minting money'
6/26/2019 12:17:09 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 25: A Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) posted in Jammu-Kathua-Samba (JKS) Range, notoriously known as Veeru, has yet again managed to clinch a deal to save the skin of an accused drug smuggler by wilfully converting the quantity of the seized substance. According to sources, the DySP deliberately made changes to the quantity of 11 grams of seized heroin to just one gram so that the accused smuggler could at least secure a bail from the court of law. "The DySP acted smartly as on one hand he got the case registered against the accused for the crime committed while on the other hand he fudged the figure of the quantity of the banned substance in order...
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Jammu leaders ignored youth, says Munish
Urges them to join 'carvan of change,' strengthen his hands
6/26/2019 12:16:48 AM
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Will distribute my salary among needy'
6/26/2019 12:16:14 AM
Early Times Report Jammu: Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, has said that if he wins the forthcoming Assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency he would distribute his monthly salary among the needy people in his constituency. "It's my promise to you people that besides carrying out development work, I would distribute my salary among the needy people. I assure you that I would not take any money from anyone, nor would I remain inaccessible. Whenever you need me I will be available," Munish said. ...
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Mass contact programme on, people welcoming Munish with open arms
Deep Nagar residents up in arms against PDD
6/26/2019 12:14:12 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: Resident of Deep Nagar, Kunjwani Talab at Ward No. 55 are up in arms against the authorities as well as the councilor, who they said, have utterly failed to provide basic amenities in these areas. "Bad lanes, by lanes, choked drains, dysfunctional streetlights and low voltage are common problems that plaguing the people", locals told Editor of Early Times, Munish Gupta, who would be contesting the upcoming Assembly election as an Independent candidate from...
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Drainage, Garbage dumping main issue in Trikuta Nagar Extn area
6/25/2019 11:09:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: The extended area of Trikuta Nagar which include Marble Market, Mattoo Colony, Satyam Vihar, Friends Colony and Sector 1A, 1B, 1C extension having major issues of Garbage dumping and drainage problems. The inhabitants of the area ridiculed the government for its neglecting attitude towards the area which is newly developed colonies. B.L. Bhat, a retired bureaucrat said that the drainage system in the area is the biggest problem and the drains always rema...
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Neglected Bahu Fort-Sheikh Nagar crave for 'vikas'
Residents flay ex-MLA, seek Guv's attention
6/25/2019 11:06:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: Amid huge funding from Centre for various development projects and up-gradation of existing ones, the residents of Bahu Fort-Sheikh Nagar on Tuesday blamed former MLA Gandhi Nagar Kavinder Gupta of seldom visiting the area after assembly elections nor initiating any development project in the area. Talking to Early Times team which visited the area on Tuesday, the residents including Gurbachan Singh, Ramesh Chander, Thakur Singh, Aditya Sharma, Raj Kumar, R...
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'Admin eager to close down our momo business'
Residents of Gorkha Nagar tell Munish Gupta
6/25/2019 11:05:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 25: The residents of Gorkha Nagar, who are mainly associated with business of Chinese food particularly momos, allege that the civil and police administration is hell-bent on closing down their business. The people narrated their woes to Munish Gupta, Editor Early Times during his mass contact programme at Gorkah Nagar which falls under Ward No. 48 of Jammu Municipal Corporation. They said their area is famous for selling momos and other fast food items, but ...
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