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J&K babus break all records of copy, cut, paste
Covid variant changes, so do guidelines but officials issue old directions to fight 3rd wave
1/24/2022 12:05:54 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: Babus in Jammu and Kashmir have broken all the records of “copy, cut and paste.” After the breaking out of the third wave of COVID-19, the officials are repeating the same guidelines that were issued in first and the second wave of the pandemic. Only the names of J&K Chief Secretaries have changed on the order. Earlier it carried the name of B V R Submramanyam now it carries the name of Dr Arun Kumar Mehta. It seems that the officials in J&K are unaware about the revised guidelines that have been issued vis-à-vis Omicron variant. According to the new guidelines people getting infected by the virus can resume their work after 7-days. But the guidelines issued by the J&K Government still mention 14-day isolation period. “The officials preparing the order seem to have not even read the new directions issued by the World Health Organization of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. They are following the method of copy, cut and paste in lett...
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Despite ‘tragic’ situation, JK admin continues celebrations, tourism promotion
Bearing brunt of Covid, Jammuites seek PM Modi’s intervention
1/24/2022 12:05:17 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: Even as Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed a deadly spike in the Covid cases and the winter capital region is “bearing the brunt of the mortality”, the J&K administration has decided to go ahead with the tourism day celebrations on January 25. The Jammu and Kashmir government has come out with advertisement that the National Tourism Day celebrations would be held across the Union Territory at health resorts. Some of the places where the festivities are schedul...
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Where are much hyped 84,000 jobs for youth; Jammuites ask Admin
Good Governance Index
1/23/2022 11:55:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: Amid the trumpet being beaten up over the good governance index in Jammu, the social media on Sunday remained abuzz with the questions pertaining to the administrative inertia looming large in the region. Netizens especially the youth questioned the Jammu and Kashmir administration’s non-serious approach in dealing with the surging unemployment in the region and how the tall claims of more than 80 thousand jobs to the educated youth have drastically fallen flat. “On one hand, the government here is claiming to be providing good governance to the citizenry of the erstwhile state while as on the other hand, the very government cannot in any manner negate ...
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Bizarre! Pharmacy Professor made HOD Computer Science at KU
1/23/2022 11:54:44 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: In University of Kashmir administrative anarchy seems to have become the order of the day. In a bizarre move which has brought university authorities in the line of fire, the University administration has appointed a professor of the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department as head of the Computer Sciences Department. It's like a carpenter doing mason’s work. According to an order, copy of which is with Early Times, Prof Zulfikar Zulfikar Ali Bhat, Department...
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Kishtwar DDC chairperson refuses to budge
1/23/2022 11:54:20 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report KISHTWAR, Jan 23: The dharna of DDC Chairperson Kishtwar in support of the demands for adjustment of local unemployed youths today enter day 5th following the failure of the talks with the administration and project management. As per the details available with Early Times, District Administration Kishtwar rushed a team of senior officials led by SDM Inderjeet Singh Parihar, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Zakir Hussain Wani, Tehsildar Mughal Maidan, ...
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PWD’s Mobile app “Hamari Sadak” a failure, reveals RTI
1/23/2022 11:46:48 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 23: Renowned RTI activist Balvinder Singh today said that as per the information received under RTI from the office of Development Commissioner JKUT, “HAMARI SADAK” App started by Public Works (Roads and Buildings) Department, developed by Centre for Development of advanced Computing (C-DAC) Government Of India undertaking and inaugurated by LG Manoj Sinha has failed to achieve the desired results as announced by the official handout while its inauguration that App will allow residents to register and track their grievances and enable effective supervision of development projects through data updated by field staff. The RTI reply has revealed tha...
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J&K Govt fails to regularize NHM workers
Haryana, Rajasthan, Mizoram, Andhra Pradesh, Manipur absorb employees; acknowledge their contribution in Covid
1/23/2022 11:46:36 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: Hundreds of doctors and paramedics employed through National Health Mission in Jammu and Kashmir are awaiting regularization for the past many years. According to the details available with Early Times, Haryana, Rajasthan, Mizoram, Andhra Pradesh and Manipur have taken a lead in regularizing the NHM employees. “After J&K’s transition into a Union Territory the government had claimed that whatever is applicable in other States and UTs will be applicable in J&K also. But these claims have remained confined to papers only,” said an observer. He said that in the year 2017-18 when the NHM employees hit the streets, the government had ordered the setting up ...
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PHC lack basic necessities, one ambulance serves 11 Loran panchayats
1/23/2022 11:46:28 PM
Rajesh Tandon Early Times Report Poonch, Jan 23: Although some political leaders are claiming to provide all basic necessities to common masses in Poonch district. But these slogans and claims got exposed when Loran people accused political leaders and administration for the non availability of the ambulance services in their areas. According to our sources from Loran, “there is only one non-functioning ambulance van in Primary Health Center in Loran”. Sources said that the said ambulance is huge risk for emergency patients because it is not maintained. They said, total eleven Panchayats of Loran block are depending on this inefficient ambulance. They said that the hill and ...
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Snowfall plunges Kunda into darkness
Residents accuse PDD of targeting them for raising their voice
1/23/2022 11:46:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: Residents of Kunda in Banihal area are up in arms against the Power Development Department for plunging their area into darkness. Residents while talking to Early Times said, “Whenever we enquire about why the electricity has been snapped to our area we are told that the line has developed a fault. Slight snowfall or precipitation provides an excuse to the lineman to disconnect the jumper.” A group of residents that were moving amid snowfall to locate the f...
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PDD lineman suffers electric shock, officials abandon him, locals rush victim to hospital
1/23/2022 11:46:10 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Jan 23: A lineman, Mohammad Saleem, of Power Development Department (PDD), who received an electric shock, while performing his duty in Jawahar Nagar area was left in lurch by the employees of his own department. After sustaining the shock Saleem was rushed to the hospital by locals. None of the PDD officials reached the hospital to help the injured lineman, who was referred to Jammu for specialized treatment. “It’s unfortunate that no one from his own departmen...
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‘Return our land or face stir’
1/23/2022 11:45:37 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: The demolition drive carried out by the administration in Roop Nagar area here 13-days ago has triggered massive resentment among the Gujjar community. They have been sitting on dharna demanding that their rights be restored to them. “We have been living here prior to 1947 and were allowed by all the regimes to exist peacefully. But the present dispensation has displaced us. For the past 13-days we have been sitting on dharna, no one from the administration has come forward to know what we are facing. The officials have turned their backs towards us and seem least bothered about our plight,” they said. “We appeal to the LG administration to return ou...
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Scandal! Finance companies sanction gold loan without checking credentials of depositors
1/23/2022 11:45:32 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 23: A scandal has surfaced in Jammu district with a group of thieves availing gold loan from different finance companies by depositing the gold ornaments stolen by them from different places of the district. A family here alleged that a finance company sanctioned gold loan in favour of a person who had stolen gold ornaments from their house and then deposited the same with the company in lieu of the loan amount. The family alleged that the finance company did not ask for any document that could prove who is the real owner of the gold ornaments. The family said that the finance company only asked for the Aadhar Card of the person who deposited the gold or...
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Closed Jammu-Srinagar highway becomes goldmine for construction companies
1/23/2022 11:45:26 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 23: The Jammu-Srinagar national highway has turned into a goldmine for the companies who are entrusted with the task of carrying out the repairs or widening of the highway. The companies are carrying out the work at a snail’s pace and there is no accountability for the work being carried out by them. The widening of the road has already missed many deadlines and the authorities revise the same from time to time. Although, the people at helm claim that the highway is through even during the inclement weather the situation on the ground is totally contrary. The highway gets closed as soon as there are rains at any location. The closure of the highway leads ...
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Pot-holed Bandookh-Balole road compounds problems for commoners
1/23/2022 11:45:06 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 23: The road connecting Bandookh-Balole with the Kunjwani area is full of ditches and pot-holes and as a result of the same the people traveling through the road face difficulty in reaching their respective destinations. The common masses while narrating their ordeal said that they experience multiple problems in moving around. They said that lot of time gets consumed in reaching their respective destinations adding that the people at helm are unmoved over the ...
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Budhi villagers rue non road connectivity
1/23/2022 11:44:54 PM
Ankush Sharma Early Times Report Akhnoor, Jan 23:Villagers of Budhi village, falling under panchayat Kanhari Ward No 4 of Chowki Choura here are up in the arms against district administration for their pathetic approach as they have been without road connectivity for decades together. The villagers while talking to Early Times said that for the years together we have been without road connectivity only for being in remote area. We have been bringing our issues before the concerned auth...
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Bali expresses concern over shabby condition of road in Nitco Lane
1/23/2022 11:44:38 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Jan 23: Apni Party’s Youth Wing, Provincial President Jammu Vipul Bali has appealed to the Chief Engineer PWD to initiate repair work of the damaged roads in ward number 14 in Bhagwati Nagar. In a press statement, Bali said that the condition road in ward number 14 at Bhagwati Nagar (Nitco Lane) is in shabby condition and there is no repair work initiated by the PWD department. He said that various developmental works are lacking which has added to the suffering ...
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Bhambla Road wears out within one month of blacktopping, locals aghast
1/23/2022 11:44:16 PM
ANKUSH SHARMA Early Times Report Reasi, Jan 23: Road macadamized in Bhambla area in this district wearing out within one month has punctured the tall claims of the Public Works Department of carrying on with quality work. Locals while talking to Early Times said that when the blacktopping of this road commenced DDC chairperson, sarpanch had appeared on the scene for clicking photos. “But within one month of them having a photo session this road has worn out.” They said, “The R&B Departmen...
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Jammu University road in shambles, concerned Deptt unmoved
1/23/2022 10:47:01 PM
S K KAW Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23: The road leading to prestigious establishment of this region the University of Jammu campus situated on the south bank of river Tawi is in shambles but the most unfortunate part of the story is that the concerned authorities seem to be unmoved despite mocking at the developmental claims spending crores of rupees on the so called development projects. Road is just a mirror of an establishment situated on it but concerned department and planning m...
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Choked drains, dilapidated road welcome to Bahu Fort area
1/23/2022 10:46:45 PM
S K KAW Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 23:If you intend to visit the shrines of Bawe Wali Mata and Mahamaya Mata temple or historical Bahu For you are welcome with roads in highly dilapidated condition and choked drains of the area. The roads all over in Jammu city are in bad shape but the most surprising thing is that the men at helms neglect the pathetic condition of these roads for unknown reasons. Local residents of Bahu Fort area while talking to Early Times said that they have br...
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