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Strange! After 5 years BJP remembers Kashmir issue is a myth
5/18/2019 11:30:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: As the general elections in the country are coming to an end, the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders have started claiming that Kashmir is no issue and it's just a myth created by Congress and National Conference. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It's unfortunate that BJP has remembered that Kashmir issue is a myth at the fag end of its tenure. The party could have shattered this myth during the past five years but it's leaders didn't find time." He said, "BJP leaders are politicizing Kashmir to derive the political mileage." A Kashmir watcher said that since the day election campaign has commenced, the BJP leaders have been talking about Kashmir and Pakistan only. "It seems the BJP's progress report on the other fronts like generating employment and development has been zero. During the past two months the BJP leaders have been talking about airstrikes and they tightening noose around anti-national elements in Kashmir. Someone needs t...
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Modi Govt creates history by making Pakistan close 'terror-shops' in POK
'12 terror camps closed, funding stopped'
5/18/2019 11:30:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: Even as Pakistan has reportedly closed down some of the terror shops running from in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, the credit for this historic development largely goes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his foreign policy. PM Modi's policy that "talks and terror cannot go together" followed by surgical strikes seems to have served a piece of mind for the enemy country who was otherwise was only backstabbing India after holding symbolic talks from time to time. But now, in a first-ever development, as reported by a section of Pakistani media, the country has finally started getting tamed given the foreign policy as adopted by Modi. The Pakistani media o...
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Problem of internally-displaced Kashmiri Hindus
Homeland as a solution
5/18/2019 11:30:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: The miniscule minority of Kashmiri Hindus quit their homes and hearths on January 19, 1990. That time, CM of J&K was Farooq Abdullah and Home Minister of India late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. The Prime Minister was none other than VP Singh, who divided the Hindu society by pitting Hindus against Hindus. In December 1991, the premier organization of internally-displaced Kashmiri Hindus, Panun Kashmir (PK), adopted what was called "Margdarshan Resolution". Headed by Agnishekhar and Ajay Chrungoo, the PK demanded separate homeland for the internally-displaced Kashmiri Hindus within the Kashmir Valley invested with UT status. The PK made it loud and clear that i...
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Estates deptt caught on wrong foot
Banned union figures in panel for verification of quarters' allottees
5/18/2019 11:29:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: It seems that Estate Department is least bothered to update its information, which is clear from one of its orders issued wherein a banned union was given representation in the committee constituted for physical verification of the government quarters' allottees in various locations in Srinagar. Sources told Early Times that Director Estate Department, Tariq Hussain Ganai issued an order on Friday wherein a committee of nine members' was constituted for the physical verification of the allottees of government quarters in Srinagar. But shockingly it included a banned union, raising questions on the credibility of the department for this process. The orde...
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After losing NAAC accreditation, KU denied Rs 150 Cr by MHRD
5/18/2019 11:29:41 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, May 18: The Kashmir University is not receiving any funds from the Ministry of Human Resource Development as the it has failed to acquire National Assessment and Accreditation Council accreditation since 2016. The NAAC accreditation is renewed after every five years to all universities across India. Based on this accreditation, the universities get the MHRD funding based on the rankings. However, the varsity has failed to get the NAAC accreditation after the earlier one expired in June 2016. Although, the NAAC team recently visited the varsity but are yet to announce the NAAC accreditation. "So far, the university is without NAAC accreditation. The unive...
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Executive meet chaired by Geelani forgets slain Mirwaiz
Cracks in separatist camp become visible
5/18/2019 11:29:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: Once again the division among the separatists came to fore when Hurriyat Hawk Syed Ali Geelani chairing executive meet of the members of his conglomerate and failing to even mention a word on Mirwaiz Umar Farooq's father whose anniversary is being observed next week on May 21. As the separatists have been putting up a united face in Kashmir and could be seen issuing strike calls under a joint platform namely JRL, the wedge between them underneath continues to widen. On Saturday, reports informed that an extraordinary meeting of Hurriyat Majlis Shoora (Consultative Body) held at Hyderpora and convened by Chairman Syed Ali Geelani, discussed at length ...
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No seat available even for Manmohan Singh
Is Congress out and over?
5/18/2019 11:29:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's return to the House of Elders, Rajya Sabha, as a member from Assam is unlikely as the Congress party, also called the "Grand Old Party of India", does not have the requisite strength in the state assembly to send him to the Upper House of the parliament again. Manmohan Singh's tenure as the member of the Rajya Sabha from Assam will come to an end on 14 June after which he will have to seek a re-election for the seat. The Election Commission has announced June 7 as the day of election for the Rajya Sabha seat, while the last date of nomination is 28 May. As per reports, "the Congress lacks the number in the Assam a...
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BDO Sunderbani `swindles' Rs 3.06 lakhs of Panchayat elections
5/18/2019 11:29:03 PM
Early Times Report rajouri, May 18: Block Development Office Sunderbani of district Rajouri has allegedly embezzled Rs 3.06 lakhs released by District Panchayat Officer for panchayat elections held last year. Sources told Early Times that the Panchayat Elections Officer had released Rs 3.06 lakhs for Sunderbani Block for spending the amount for creating awareness of panchayat elections 2017-18 by holding gram sabhas before Panchayat elections. "There are 17 panchayats under Block Sunderb...
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Pragya Thakur shows PM Modi in true colours: Soz
5/18/2019 11:28:47 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, May 18: Former President of Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Saif-ud-din Soz today said, "The country's premier Investigating Agency (NIA) had decisively proved Praghya Thakur's involvement in Maleygaon Riots in which nine innocent persons were killed. Among other things, she had not denied that her Motor cycle was used in hurling the bombs! On strong evidence available to NIA, Praghya had to go to jail and now. Since it is RSS which is in di...
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Pollution checking centres give manipulated certificates
MVD in slumber, fails to check veracity of pollution certificates
5/18/2019 11:12:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: The Pollution Checking Centres (PCC) across the state have been involved in open fraud by providing manipulated pollution checking certificates to vehicle owners, thus jeopardizing the air quality of environmentally sensitive state. According to sources most of the Pollution Checking Centres operating in the state have installed digital checking devices and issue the certificate with a screen-shot of the digital figures shown on the display screen. "Even if someone wants a pollution certificate of a fresh bike from the pollution checking centre, the machine reading will not show normal reading and will fail the test", an official said, adding that...
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Lack of infrastructure in colleges, hampers higher education
5/18/2019 11:12:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 18: Though Governor led state government had announced new colleges but the already established colleges such as Government Degree College Kalakote, have no infrastructure at place as well as permanent faculty post, due to which it failed to get NCC unit. Sources informed that on 14/05/2019, a team of NCC comprising of Colonel and Commanding Officer of Rashtriya Rifle visited the GDC Kalakote for offering new NCC unit in the college but they denied it for want of infrastructure and shortage of permanent faculty posts. Since the college was established in rural area of district Rajouri, the Higher Education Department has literally failed to provide req...
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BYS organises special Yoga session for teachers, students
Road blockers to face penal action: DC Kishtwar
Air Vice Marshal meets Governor
RO Jammu inspects counting centres; reviews security, other arrangements
Div Com Jammu stresses to expedite pace of work on Ring Road Project
APMCC stages protest, seeks Governor intervention
Workshop on child-abuse held at Chadoora
Police holds public interaction meet at Garan
AJKMSS holds general meeting
JMC organizes awareness camp on SWM
Madhu Paramhans delivers religious sermons
HSAFT organizes awareness programme
Batwal community celebrates Buddha Jayanti
International Nurses Day celebrated
Deepak Kapahi urges Guv to intervene to fix limit for e-way bill
Elderly woman killed, four injured in road accident
Patnitop cable car all set for launch next month
Workshop on Digital Education & SSD organized
Pushp Vatika organizes spoon and lemon race competition
Spring Dales Kathua conferred "Transforming Education Award"
DMHS shines in 10th Class Board Exam
Auction of 2nd PPCPL teams held
Cultural activist receives award of excellence
MGNREGA labourers up in arms against RDD
Stalker abducts CUJ's student, beats her mercilessly
Rape accused, accomplices held within eight hours: Police
HC rejects bail of rape accused
Terrorist involved in rifleman Aurangzeb's killing among four killed by security forces
Tehsildar Mendhar suspends 7 ITI employees
SIT constituted to probe Bhaderwah killing, curfew continues for third day
Appointment of Lokesh Jha as Chairman JKSERC welcomed
Fresh traffic resumes on National highway, vehicles to ply from Srinagar to Jammu
Training prog for counting staff held at Kargil
Tourism Deptt organizes Heritage Walk to Monastic complex Ambaran
Ganai reviews progress under Aspirational Districts Prog
PCCF visits GMC to enquire health of injured forest Guard
JKPM president meets Advisor K Vijay Kumar
BJP warns NC, PDP to refrain from vote bank politics in Bhaderwah-Kishtwar
Secretary APD chairs high level meeting to discuss Action Plan under PMKSY
State admin orders proper maintenance of Jammu-Srinagar highway
SDH Mandi: Where patients are sent to specific lab, medical stores
100 illegal structures removed amid curfew in Bhaderwah
Post of Asstt Prof Sanskrit in JU: HC quashes re-advt
Show record of 5-yr water discharge: HC to I&FC deptt
Street lights, urinals non functional, Kishtwar MC in deep slumber
DMEF appeals Govt to frame policy to tackle unemployment crises in state
BJP MLAs responsible for Bhaderwah incidents: Mula Ram
Kishtwar observes complete shutdown over killing
Bovine smuggling bids foiled, animals rescued, accused arrested
Youth electrocuted to death in Poonch
Sustained campaign for registration under PM-SYM launched
80 bovine animals rescued in major smuggling bid
Multiple bovine smuggling bids foiled by police
Police arrest 2 drug peddlers
69 Kg Poppy straw recovered, narcotic smuggler arrested
Police recover 370 tablets of TRM-spas, 2 arrested
Drug peddler arrested, 170 number of intoxicant capsules recovered
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