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Geelani continues to roam free, Hurriyat dares Govt to arrest him
We are hopeful that Mufti will act: BJP
Asif Iqbal Naik5/4/2015 3:14:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 3: Three days after Pakistani flags were waved during a rallly by Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani in Tral, the J&K government has failed to arrest him. The Huriyat termed the statement of Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed that he will take action against Geelani as his 'frustration' and added that raising Pakistani flag is not a new thing in Kashmir. "Waving of Pakistani flags in Kashmir has showed the affection of youths towards Pakistan," the Hurriyat leader said. The government on Saturday said that it will not allow Geelani's "provocative speeches which lead to serious law and order problems in the Valley" and assured action against Geelani for his pro-Pakistan rally at Tral on Friday. "The government feels that whenever Geelani is allowed to address a gathering at any place, it is followed by a provocative speeches and stone pelting, leading to serious law and order problem. We will not allow it to happen. We...
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Tainted Budgam court PP to be removed
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5/4/2015 12:35:44 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 3: Taking cognizance of a petition, the J&K High Court has directed the Law Secretary to consider the removal of Public Prosecutor (PP) in the Sessions Court Budgam in view of his tainted track record. The petitioner whose sister was murdered in June last year has alleged that the PP was trying to give undue benefit to the accused who is currently lodged in Central Jail Srinagar. Details available with Early Times reveal that a murder case of a young from Kremshore, Budgam was pending in Sessions Court Budgam for the disposal, but the girl's brother Javaid Ahmad Sofi alleged that the PP was trying to help the accused in lieu of illegal gratification. ...
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Amarnath yatra will go on come what may
Mufti's right response.............
5/4/2015 12:35:25 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 3: PDP founder and J&K CM Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has done well to snub Pakistani agent Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who poked his communal nose in the religious affairs of the Hindus at Tral on Friday and asked the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) and state government to restrict the Yatra period to 15 days or to a maximum period of 30 days. Geelani had advanced the same ridiculous and provocative arguments against the Yatra he had advanced in 2008 and earlier as well. He had said the Yatra posed a threat to Kashmir's environment and ecology. He had even said that the Government of India had planned to create Hindu settlements near the Shrine to change the Kashmi...
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Ex-Dy CM skips function of his political mentor Where is Tara Chand these days?
5/4/2015 12:35:07 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 3: Newly appointed president of the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) G A Mir has so far addressed 36 conventions all over the State after his appointment as PCC chief on March 3 this year. But Congress stalwart and former Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand has not appeared in any of the convention. Earlier it was believed that Tara Chand belongs to the faction of former Union Minister and Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad so he has been deliberately skipping Mir's function to express his loyalty towards Azad. But today Ghulam Nabi Azad came all the way from Union Capital only to address one day convention of District Congress Committ...
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Kashmir parks become hub of illegal activities
S.Tahir-Ul Haq
5/4/2015 12:34:48 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 3: On the Pretext of tourism, public parks in and outside Srinagar district and elsewhere have became hub of illegal activities, like puffing charas, drugs, gambling, and much more, while as visitors find it inconvenient and embarrassing because of the behaviour of the social renegades and miscreants. However the concerned authority seems in deep slumbers who are acting like mere spectators instead of controlling the social ills. Sources told Early Times that, the public parks have become a hub of immoral activities and we have been seeing this for last several months and this all is ignored by one and all giving the pretext of tourism. Visiting the pa...
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KPs' Jantar Mantar protest a setback for Sangh Parivar
'BJP Blinks, Hope Sinks
5/4/2015 12:34:25 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 3: Thousands of internally-displaced Kashmiri Pandits today held a peaceful protest demonstration at Jantar Mantar, Delhi, to register their protest against Kashmiri separatists and tell the country what they wanted. There were reports that certain elements from the Sangh Parivar, who want the Pandit refugees to return to the Valley, were also behind this event. Members of Jammu and Kashmir Vichar Manch (JKVM), a RSS-sponsored KPs' outfit, were, in fact, there in the protest, who were overshadowed by the Panun Kashmir activists, and who defeated the Parivar's game plan. The Parivar of which the BJP is its political organ is opposed to the KPs' demand for se...
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Congress not defeated by BJP, PDP but groupism: Mir
5/4/2015 12:34:04 AM
Jammu, May 3: Congress was not defeated by BJP or PDP in the state but from the groupism and ignoring the party workers while in government, Jammu and Kashmir Congress chief Ghulam Ahmed Mir today said. "Congress was not defeated by the BJP, NC or PDP but people within the party due to groupism and also sidelining and ignoring workers while the party was in rule", Mir told Congress workers in presence of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Gulam Nabi Azad here. Mir, who was addressing one-day convention of District Congress here today, said "Congress has been damaged from within by our own people. I will have zero-tolerance against those people who are out to damage the party even if i...
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Illegal hotels, huts start commercial operations; Tourism department in slumber
5/4/2015 12:33:57 AM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, May 3: Dozens of hotels and huts that have come up illegally in Yanner area of ecologically fragile Pahalgam resort have started commercial operations without requisite registration certificates from the Tourism Department. Locals said that at least a dozen influential hoteliers and hut owners are running their establishments without having any registration of the tourism department. "Last year tourism department officials visited the spot and penalized them for operating illegally, however this year no official from the tourism department visited the area," they added. Locals accused authorities of turning a blind eye towards the issue which...
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Sinister moves afoot to trifurcate Jammu province
Chenab Valley, Pir Panjal
5/4/2015 12:33:40 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 3: Sinister moves are afoot to divide Jammu province into three zones - "Chenab Valley region" consisting of Doda Kishtwar and Ramban districts, "Pir Panjal region" comprising Poonch and Rajouri districts and Plains of Jammu consisting of Kathua, Samba, Jammu, Udhampur and Reasi districts. The move, if allowed to be fructified, would help the votaries of Greater Kashmir, who have trying their best since 1947 to de-link the Muslim-majority areas from Jammu province and merge the same with the Muslim Kashmir. It would disintegrate the historic region of Jammu. There exists no such Valley as the Chenab Valley anywhere in Jammu province. It is non-existent. Sim...
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CAPD ration black marketing: 296 bags seized, 3 held
Police search on for absconding TSO
5/4/2015 12:33:21 AM
M S Nazki Early Times Report MENDHAR, May 3: Busting a racket involved in the alleged black marketing of CAPD ration, police today seized two truckloads of 296 bags of rice, sugar and flour and took into custody three persons, including a ration dealer, in this connection. Two truckloads of the CAPD ration were today despatched to Gursai for government ration dealer Mohammad Fazal but these changed the route and headed for Ari for their alleged sale in black , according to police sources. While these were being unloaded in the shop of a government school headmaster, someone called up police. Sources said by the time a police party headed by Mendhar police station SHO Anzir Mir reac...
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Some heart-broken Nepalese turn their backs on gods
5/4/2015 12:32:56 AM
Early Times Report Ambi Khaireni, May 3: Jolted by the devastating earthquake, many in the Nepalese countryside seem to have deserted their gods. Or so it seems. For a nation known for its rich heritage, grand temples and strong religious roots, hundreds of small and mid-sized temples as well as places of worship have been abandoned. In the few places this journalist drove through or trekked to, temples along the highways and on the outskirts of villages clearly bear the mark of being deserted in the last few days. Residents say these were shrines for locals till the time the devastating 7.9 temblor struck Nepal on April 25, killing and injuring thousands and causing widespread destr...
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Denial of permission to renovation of DAV School snowballs into controversy
5/4/2015 12:32:45 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 3: Denial of permission by the State Government to renovation of DAV School has snowballed into a big controversy with the management of Arya Samaj up in arms against the Education Department and Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC). According to sources the SMC Commissioner has totally rejected to grant permission to the management of DAV School for renovation of the compound wall of the Institute which was damaged due to incessant rains and flash floods in September last year. This has happened despite the written instructions of Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh who holds the portfolio of Urban Development also. Dr Singh who was given a representa...
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LOCAL NEWS
Congress not to allow passage of anti farmers Bill
Hari Niwas to host elite marriages: Mufti
CM greets people on Buddha Purnima
Cong not defeated by BJP, PDP but from groupism: Mir
Geelani continues to roam free, Hurriyat dares Govt to arrest him
Act as emissaries of 'change': Akhtar tells party cadres
Model Village' dedicated to martyrs
Pandit delegation meets Deputy CM
Azad lends support to AIIMS for Jammu
Return to Kashmir constitutional right of Pandits: Singh
‘Journalists should be unbiased, constructive’
DC, DSE Jammu assure full cooperation to border students of Arnia
Govt. Committed for empowerment of all regions of State: Veeri
PDP holds meeting
Three survivors rescued in Nepal As Toll Crosses 7,300
Two killed, one injured in Sidhra accident
Only Jammu to Srinagar traffic on national highway for next 3 days
Lecture on life style diseases organized
Promote local tourism, revive local craft to boost economy: Saroori
MLA Inderwal's designs dashed to ground
Mufti putting in his best foot forward to boost tourism in J&K: Hamid Choudhary
Amarnath Yatra can't be curtailed: VHP, BD
Shamed by admit card fiasco BOPEE tries to hide behind technicalities
Heal Kashmir starts relief operation in Nepal
'Green Gold' felling unabated in Doda, Forest Deptt unaware of nexus
Simplify procedures for delivering better public services: Bali Bhagat
Stop levy of toll plaza tax before completion of HW
PSC +2 Lecturers Forum frames body for Doda district
India will lead world by spreading spiritual knowledge: Satpaul Ji Maharaj
Provide alternate accommodation to Lardiora villagers: Monga to Govt
NSF criticizes Jammu leaders
MBAI apprises Kavinder, Pawan with their demands
J&K Govt facing shortage of Bureaucrats
68 years after freedom, 2 villages without electricity!
Ganga tours Gurha Salathia
Army busts two militant hideouts in Tangdhar sector
Rajouri city protests for potable water
Governor extends Buddha Purnima greetings
Army jawan dies in mysterious circumstances
MLA kick starts development works
SLNMSS stages protest
KPs delegation calls on Deputy CM
Udhampur blind murder worked out within 48 hours
Conversion of nullahs into commercial sites irks Channi locals
Gujar nagar residents felicitate Yudhveer , Priya Sethi
AJHLA expresses gratitude to DyCM
BJP expresses gratitude to industrial organisations
Pawan convenes public grievances redressal camp
JPPF castigates Geelani for Amarnath Yatra statement
Shiv Sena stages protest against Geelani
PDP, BJP alliance anti-SCs: NC
TGJK discusses issues of teachers' community
JKNPP threatens to launch 'civil disobedience movement'
Congress workers stage protest against shifting of AIIMS
WP refugees hold meeting
Introduce forced schooling for nomadic communities in J-K:TRCF
BJP, PDP to provide stable, corruption free Govt in State
Kohli takes stock of people's problems
JKEEGA calls on DyCM
World Press Freedom day celebrated
CUJ prepares world class curriculum for media practitioners
CUK to hold 3rd ESE workshop on May 5
Musical ‘Chamatkar’ enthralls audience
Gyan Setu workshop conducted for ZEOs, CRPs of Rajouri
Air Force Station Jammu organises Talent Hunt Show
Natrang stages Hindi play 'Do Kalakaar'
Happy Home school celebrates annual day
Udhampur Sport Climbing meet concludes
DAV school students pay homage to Nepal victims
INDIAN TERRIAN celebrates first anniversary
Rangmanch Theatre group stages play 'KHAZAANA'
DDC Jammu inaugurates Vivekananda Study Circle
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