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'Pro-Jammu' party set to project a Kashmiri as its CM face
Jammu to be ditched yet again
11/14/2018 10:55:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 14: Jammu region that has been the victim of a ruthless discrimination at all fronts is set to witness one more betrayal, as the party that used to claim representing region's aspirations is planning to field a Kashmiri as its chief ministerial candidate. As per reports making rounds, a political group that has failed to stitch any alliance for the formation of a government in the state is planning to field a Kashmir-based politician as its CM candidate. Through such a measure, the Jammu region will once again be left in the lurch with merge chances of getting its due share out of the exchequer and state's resources any time soon. The candidate whom the national level party is planning to project as its CM face is a legislator from north Kashmir and his party has two seats in the lower house of the state. It is worthwhile to note that there have been no solid reasons given by the party to project this Kashmiri politician as its CM face during the as...
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BJP leaders, PDP rebels making last ditch attempts to regain power
11/14/2018 10:55:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 14: As the Government of India is all set to put Jammu and Kashmir under President's rule, a few BJP leaders and the PDP rebels are making hectic efforts once again to create an impression that "popular" government would be formed as their entry into civil secretariat is must for Jammu and Kashmir to survive. Sources told Early Times that the news about Governor Satya Pal Malik contemplating to dissolve the present Assembly in the state is making the BJP leaders and the PDP rebels believe that time is slipping out of their hands and if they fail to garner the support to form the government they would lose a "golden opportunity." A top J&K BJP leader on Tuesd...
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Omar welcomes, Farooq bashes BJP
11/14/2018 10:55:16 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 14: Even as the National Conference working President Omar Abdullah has welcomed the statement of Bharatiya Janta Party national general secretary Ram Madhav about government formation in Jammu and Kashmir, his father and party patron Dr Farooq Abdullah has taken a dig at the BJP on a different subject. On Wednesday, the father-son duo sounded different about BJP. While the son found sensibility in BJP's statement, father accused the party of "antipathy." Dr Abdullah said that changing names of cities throughout the country is an attempt to change the "pluralistic visage of India and a premeditated attempt to deviate the attention of people from the dev...
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Is BJP trying to befool masses for electoral benefits?
11/14/2018 10:55:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 14: The repeated calls of government formation by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) leaders, despite having short of over one dozen legislators to reach the magical figure of 44, appears to be merely blatant lies, with an aim to befool masses and state machinery for the gains in panchayat as well as upcoming parliamentary elections. Sources in the political circles are of the opinion that it is explicitly clear before the BJP leadership that despite getting support of various rebel leaders, they are not able to form government in the state but they keep the speculations rife of making government, for getting some political gains. "BJP leaders are in the habit of pr...
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Engaged on temporary basis, JE becomes MD SICOP
11/14/2018 10:55:01 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 14: A junior engineer (JE), who was engaged on temporary basis for three months around two decades ago, has reached to the post of Managing Director of a public sector undertaking and may be elevated further if things remain in his favour. It was January 1998 when Jaswinder Singh joined as JE for three months in J&K Small Scale Development Corporation Ltd (SICOP) a government owned company, sources informed Early Times. "His appointment was purely on temporary basis and the contract expired on April 15, 1998. But mysteriously, his service was regularized five days after his contract expired, that too without any recruitment process", sources ...
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Cong-NC 'bhai, bhai' for Kishtwar MC chief post
11/14/2018 10:54:50 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report kishtwar, Nov 14: After delay of over four weeks since the result for 13 wards of Kishtwar Municipal Committee (MC) were declared, the battle lines have been drawn for the post of president MC. Speaking to Early Times, I/C Executive Officer, MC Kishtwar, Vinod Kumar said that two candidates, Raiz Ahmed Zarger and Sajjad Ahmed Najjar, have filed their nomination for the post of president MC Kishtwar. Also, three candidates, Firdous Ahmed Mingnoo, Rafiqa Begum and Zahid Hussain Sheikh filed their nomination papers for the post of vice president Kishtwar. Kumar added that the scrutiny of the documents will take place on Thursday and voting through secret ...
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Was April event an international conference?
Amar Singh College under scanner
11/14/2018 10:54:42 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 14: At a time when students need better academic and recreational facilities inside college campuses, the college management in most of the government degree colleges are busy spending tax payers' money on so called international conferences. Even the local fund collected from students is also used in such programmes which otherwise is to be used for benefit of students. One such so called "international conference" was organized at Amar Singh College early this year in April. Some person from Nigeria had been invited by college authorities along with his wife. Their pictures were taken and circulated in local press and social media and this event was given...
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Mattu may face rebellion from his own Councilors
11/14/2018 10:54:31 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 14: In what could be a major setback for the recently elected Mayor of Srinagar Municipal Corporation Junaid Mattu, the councilors who supported him have warned Mattu of withdrawing their support if he did not listen to their grievances and addressed them. Former National Conference leader Mattu on last Tuesday was elected as the Mayor of Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC). He managed to get 40 votes in the corporation elections while as Congress backed candidate got 26 and four votes were declared invalid. Mattu had contested the polls from ward No. 14, 18 and 65 of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation. However, the councilors, who supported him in get...
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DC Budgam, PDD officials least bothered; people forced to suffer, Chief Secretary's directions given a 'damn'
Two weeks after snowfall electricity line at Humhama yet to be restored at original position
11/14/2018 10:54:13 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 14: Deputy Commissioners of Kashmir valley are virtually giving a 'damn' to the directions of Chief Secretary B V R Subrahmanyam of cutting trees that are running close to the transmission lines of Power Development Department (PDD). Following the untimely snowfall of November 2 and 3, the Chief Secretary directed the DCs of Kashmir through a video conference to cut the trees that are standing close to power lines. The same was done in order to ensure people face minimum problems as and when there is snowfall. It was expected that the DCs would follow the directions and take the necessary steps in this regard, but that was not to b...
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Blocked drains irk farmers
11/14/2018 10:54:03 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur, Nov 14: Farmers of Jallow Village in Ramnagar tehsil of district Udhampur suffer for want of adequate drains which get blocked every now and then. The farmers including women and children today launched an initiative and cleared the drains with agricultural tools. The blocked drains, they said had damaged around 70 acres of agricultural land. Jagan Nath , a farmer said that the water from blocked drains enters the fields and causes damage to t...
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2 militants from Pulwama arrested in Surankote, hunt launched to arrest 5 more
11/14/2018 10:53:44 PM
M S Nazki Early Times Report MENDHAR, Nov 14: Police and army on Wednesday arrested two "militants" from Pulwama in Surankote area in Poonch district of Jammu region. "Based on a specific information one Tavera (JK01R-5936) which was coming from Mendhar and going to Surankote was intercepted by SOG Poonch headed by DSP and 25RR of army near Jaranwali Gali Surankote," a police officer said. The driver of the car and a person travelling in it were detained, he said, adding, after sustained interrogation they said turned out to be militants identified as Shabir Ahmed son of Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din of Kakapora Pulwama and Mohammad Aqib, also resident of Kakapora Pulwama. "During the searc...
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34 structures demolished at Pahalgam, 15 offenders booked
11/14/2018 10:53:30 PM
Early Times Report Anantnag, Nov 14: In last two years, Pahalgam Development Authority (PDA) has demolished at least Thirty Four (34) structures that were raised illegally and has booked 23 offenders. Details available with Early Times suggest that since August 2016, the enforcement wing of the Pahalgam Development Authority has so far demolished 34 structures in and around Pahalgam that were raised or constructed without seeking permission from PDA. Fifteen (15) offenders were also booked and cases against them stand registered. An officer at PDA said that they have constituted multiple teams at sector level to keep an eye on violations. "Eighteen villages fall in the jurisdiction of...
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Directs officials to refrain from political activity
SDM takes cognizance of ET report
11/14/2018 10:52:48 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, Nov 14: The Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Ramnagar has taken cognizance of Early Times report published in its Nov 12 edition titled 'MCC violation: Govt employees campaign Panchayati elections'. In an order issued here other day, the SDM Ramnagar, Farrukh Qazi has stated that his office has received complaints that government employees are involved in Panchayat elections-2018. The SDM instructed all the officers/officials under his jurisdiction to not get involved in any type of political activity else strict action against such delinquent employees as per the law shall be taken. It is pertinent to mention here that in open violation ...
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IT Department conducts search on Fish traders, Malhotra Eye Clinic
11/14/2018 10:52:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 14: The Income Tax Department today conducted surprise check at leading Fish Traders in Jammu city for scrutiny of accounts and tax evasion. Sources in the Income Tax Department said that the search, surveys was conducted at Ashok Fish Company, Honey Fish Company, King Fish Company at Kanji House and Malhotra Eye Care clinic at Sarwal. Acting on the information regarding fudging and concealing of information by some traders and accordingly various teams were ...
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Kalaban area faces official apathy
11/14/2018 10:52:03 PM
M S Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, Nov 14: Notwithstanding the tall claims of district administration Kalaban area of sub division Mendhar craves for the basic amenities, sources said here today. They said the water supply to this hilly area was very poor as the main supply lines which have been laid 16 years ago were rusted and leaking at various spots forcing locals to drink contaminated water. Public Health Engineering department seems to be in deep slumber as the issue was brought in its notice several times but nothing concrete was done, they added. Like wise the education scenario in the area was also in dilapidated condition. The primary, middle and high schools operating in...
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M&CCH Anantnag faces space crunch, functions from decrepit building
11/14/2018 10:44:56 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, Nov 14: The successive governments have failed to take note of the problems that Maternity and Child Care Hospital of Anantnag faces. The locals, concerned citizens' and trade union bodies of Anantnag say that no top officer of the Health department has so far visited the hospital that lacks basic facilities, faces space crunch and continues to function from a dilapidated building. The residents regretted the manner with which hospital authorities handle patients and mocked at the poor facilities they are providing patients. Hakeem Sajad Shah, General Secretary Trade Union, told Early Times that conditions inside hospital are terrible ...
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AISF protest against NGM college admin
NHPC organizes state level painting competition on Energy Conservation-2018
G&M Deptt team seized two vehicles for illegal mining
DCPU Kishtwar organises awareness programme on Child Rights Week
Changing names of cities attempt to change India's pluralistic visage: Farooq
Prize distribution function for Jammu District Athletics Championship held
"Hillview Honda continues expansion by opening new dealership in Jammu"
Bovine smuggler detained under PSA
Shree Mata Vaishno Mandir Barnoti organizes 9th Bhandara, Jagran
HCBA bids farewell to Alok Aradhe
Despite proof Tehsildar Sunderbani takes no action against lambardar
SAC waives off demand raised by Commercial Taxes Deptt against 1573 flood-affected businesses
Govt to build residential complexes for police personnel on self-financing basis
DB directs state to file compliance report
3 employees suspended for failure to report on election duty
Jodhamal School receives top fifty schools shaping success by Fortune Magazine
NYK organizes debate competition on Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat
DGPC members,Sikh leaders condemn misleading propaganda
Travel & Tourism exhibition to begin from Nov 16
Medical cum Certificate Camp held
Labour Department rescues child engaged as labourer
PHE daily wagers meet governor, highlight their demands
Guv reviews Action Plan for completion of languishing projects
Kumar visit SDH Dooru, ReA Hospital in Anantnag
Ganai reviews functioning of School Edu Deptt, progress of flagship schemes
Rana bats for positioning Durbar in Srinagar during winter, in Jammu during summer
CS reviews Ayushman Bharat rollout preparedness in Jammu Division
Governor directs for making new Medical Colleges functional by next year
DB directs Div Com Jammu to appear in person
SAC approves rollout of Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana from Dec 1
Liaison Officers to be positioned in 10 major cities to coordinate issues of JK students
Academic arrangement Teachers, Lecturers to be deployed for winter tuitions
ReT scheme frozen to facilitate regularization of teachers
JKSSB issues interview, document verification schedule for Naib Tehsildar posts
SAC approves grant of joining time extension to 254 Medical officers as one-time exception
YCET students visit LBM School
Workshop held at Jammu Sanskriti School
Fire breaks out in SMGS hospitals, ACs gutted
Students hold protest against poor condition of Ramnagar-Chowki Katwalt road
Election of 75 JMC Corporators challenged
Annoyed over illicit relation of daughter man murders youth
Ram Madhav says Governor rule to continue; asks NC, PDP to clear stand on participating in state polls
Four men hijack taxi in Pathankot; Punjab, J&K police on alert
BJP wins Municipal Committee Gho Manasa unopposed
Six independent members of MC Bishnah boycott poll process for Prez, VP
Police nab two HM militants
Panchayat Elections-2018: Govt announces holiday in poll-bound areas
PIL regarding drug abuse in J&K
HC directs regularization of ASI casuals with 10-yr service
War against corruption must begin from top: Harsh
Excise Deptt to provide alternative livelihood to illicit distillers
Div Com discusses property rates under security forces in Jammu division
3 missing Punjab residents found dead under landslide debris
Parivartan (NGO) provides Measles Rubella vaccine to kids at centre
CISF in J&K Police out for security of Srinagar, Jammu, Leh airports
Panchayat Polls-2018: CEO issues notification for final Phase
First phase of election in 2 blocks of Rajouri
DDC deducts salary of 30 health employees
Rain, snowfall to continue in Jammu, Kashmir till Nov 15
Security forces neutralised 200 terrorists
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