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Breaking News :   Omar will leave for London anytime after December 23 | Kupwara villages san essentials on eve of Chill-i-kalan | Post floods, I&FC removes encroachments from Baramulla | 478 complaints of MCC violation, 100 injured in poll violence season | With no houses to live in miseries of flood affected people continue to mount | Barring one, Kathua banquet halls violate pollution norms | Last phase of polling to decide fate of several candidates | Bureaucrats, police officials hustle Muftis’ | Poll results in J&K will be surprising: Ghulam Nabi Azad | CB produces challan against drug peddlers | Jammu will no more be second fiddle to Kashmir: Cong Min | Defeat false agenda of NC, PDP, Congress: Dr Magotra | Drug Peddlers in Jammu Targeting School Kids: Police | SBI Jammu organizes awareness programme | Voter should opt for BJP: Arun Gupta | Passenger dies after fall from mini bus | HC dismisses appeal of JCCB Board of Directors | Sikh organizations term news item 'Dera Nangali Sahib support' as false, baseless | Bovine smuggling bid, manhunt launched | Woman dies of burns | Winter vacation in Summer Zone from Dec 26 to Jan 3 | Sidhu's cavalcade attack: FIR registered against stone pelters | HC Jammu to observe holiday today | Talent hunt events organised | Bhim Singh accuses Prime Minister for manipulating EVMs | Finally people need to listen self consciousness: Shingari | Rape accused denied bail | Azad meets Bangladesh President; reaffirms commitment to Indo-Bangla cooperation | Students stage street play on road safety | 5 day Hindi workshop organized at frontier headquarter BSF | Air, rail service remain affected in fog-hit Jammu | Rs 53,705 cr allocated for current financial year | Miffed over exact number of homeless, Apex Court asks State Govts to constitute NULM executive committees by Dec 31 | JURSEA takes on JU administration, seeks Gov's intervention | Flying squad recovers cash carried in violation of MCC | Valley people isolate separatists? | Time will tell who hanged Guru: Soz | Grants bail to Lakhvi soon after Peshawar massacre | Miscreants attack BJP candidate; Nirmal Singh exchanges heated words with Dr Manohar; BJP vehicles tortured in Akhnoor | Handover shelter sheds, provide rent to flood victims by Dec 31: HC | SIC shoots yet another penalty show cause notice | JU names team for inter-university hockey | 7th District Level Science Exhibition concludes | GCET Energy Conservation Week celebrations concluded | RM Public School organizes Inter House quiz competition | 3rd Roller Athlete Skating Carnival | Apple Kids bring laurels | Army public school Damana bags national award | Awareness programee on climate change, Disaster Management held | May Fair Hr Sec. School excels in National Level Colouring Competetion | Students pays homage to Peshawar Victims | Back Issues  
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Miffed over exact number of homeless, Apex Court asks State Govts to constitute NULM executive committees by Dec 31
HUDD to find out population of vendors in 3 cities
12/20/2014 12:26:29 AM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 19: Despite heavy presence of vendors in all the cities of 22 districts of J&K, Housing and Urban Development Department (HUDD) has decided to conduct survey of city vendors' population in three cities only in the current financial year, while the remaining will have to wait for years to come. Though a plan to construct at least five shelters for urban homeless population, including three shelters in Kashmir valley and two in Jammu province, has also been finalized by HUDD, recently miffed over exact number of homeless population across country, the Supreme Court asked all state governments including J&K to constitute executive committees of National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM) by December 31 to oversee the implementation. Sources informed Early Times that according to the action plan approved by HUDD for financial year 2014-15 under NULM, only three cities for survey of vendors have been finalized. These cities include Anantnag, Srina...
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JURSEA takes on JU administration, seeks Gov's intervention
12/20/2014 12:26:17 AM
Syed Junaid Hashmi Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 19: A full-fledged war has broken out between Jammu University Research Scholars Executive Association (JURSEA) and administration which is adamant on not taking action against a faculty member accused of sexual harassment. Taken aback by what they are describing as anti-student and anti-scholar attitude of the acting VC, JURSEA is seeking Governor N.N. Vohra's intervention. JURSEA has been on war-path since the last more than 17 days. On the other side, led by acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. R.D. Sharma, sources said that university administration has seemingly made up its mind not to take action against the accused faculty member Prof. Shiv...
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Flying squad recovers cash carried in violation of MCC
12/20/2014 12:26:08 AM
Early Times Report RAJOURI, Dec 19: Rs 8 lacs reportedly to be distributed among the people to lure them to vote in favor of BJP candidate contesting from Kalakote constituency, have been recovered by the flying squad today. Flying squad, constituted by the District Election Officer (DEO) on the directions of Election Commission of India (ECI), and headed by Mohd Iqbal, Naib tehsildar today intercepted a car and recovered the cash from one Kuldeep Raj Sharma, a BJP supporter while heading towards Rajouri from Kalakote. Mohd Iqbal while talking to The Early Times said that a 'naka' was laid by the flying squad with the help of police party on Kalakote road near Bheragoa village. During...
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Valley people isolate separatists?
Peshawar aftermath
12/20/2014 12:26:00 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 19: The recent attack on an Army Public School in Peshawar by Taliban has generated a lot of resentment in Kashmir Valley and people have openly started isolating the separatists or the militants. According to sources there is a undercurrent against terrorism and separatists in Kashmir Valley since Peshawar episode. The Kashmiris have been totally shocked by the episode and they have given a serious thought to the growing terrorism across the globe and falling of youth in the trap of dreaded terrorist organizations. The civil society of Kashmir has given a serious thought to the with and decided to launch a campaign against terrorism as it is a curse for ...
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Time will tell who hanged Guru: Soz
12/20/2014 12:25:49 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 19: The state Congress chief Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz today said that only time will tell who hanged the Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru. Soz was responding to the repeated allegations of the National Conference in the past that the Congress played vital role in hanging Guru. "This is a white lie. I can only tell you that facts will come to light one day through which people of Jammu and Kashmir would come to know who hanged Guru," Soz said. Over the formation of government after polls, he said, "Congress will be in determining position for the formation of the new government in Jammu and Kashmir. But we would be cautious in selecting partner ...
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Grants bail to Lakhvi soon after Peshawar massacre
Pak's double face on terrorism exposed
12/20/2014 12:25:39 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 19: A Pakistani court granting bail to Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi has exposed double face of the neighboring country on terrorism. The terror mastermind was granted bail two days after terrorists attacked an Army school in Peshawar and shot dead more than 140 school going kids. Lakhvi was granted bail a day after Indian Parliament passed a resolution, expressing outrage over the massacre of children by terrorists in Peshawar. Pakistan released the accused instead of handing him over to India. The decision of a Pakistani court to grant bail to Lakhvi evoked strong reaction from India and rest of the world following which the Pakista...
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Miscreants attack BJP candidate; Nirmal Singh exchanges heated words with Dr Manohar; BJP vehicles tortured in Akhnoor
Hours before polling, BJP, Cong men fight it out
12/20/2014 12:25:22 AM
Sumit Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 19: A day before the election for fifth and last phase in Jammu, a BJP leader was attacked at Sunderbani while as senior Congress and BJP leaders entered into a heated argument with each other at Billawar late this evening. Reports said that a Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) candidate from Nowshera constituency Ravinder Raina was injured when some miscreants intercepted his vehicle at Lamberi and attacked him. Sources said that Ravinder had rushed to the area to "catch" the PDP activists who were allegedly luring voters by distributing money and liquor. "When he reached the spot, a police team was already searching the PDP vehicle. However, poli...
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Handover shelter sheds, provide rent to flood victims by Dec 31: HC
12/20/2014 12:25:07 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 19: Jammu and Kashmir High Court today directed authorities to handover shelter sheds and provide monthly rents to flood victims by December ending. The directions were passed by a Division Bench comprising of Justice M H Attar and Justice B L Bhat after perusal of status reports filed by Chief Engineer R&B Department as well as revenue authorities. In his report the Chief Engineer R&B stated that handing over of shelter sheds was delayed by electioneering at many places and also by shifting of the location or non-identification of sites by respective District Deputy Commissioners (DDCs). According to him, the DDCs have projected the total requirement ...
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SIC shoots yet another penalty show cause notice
PIO HC continues to violate RTI Act
12/20/2014 12:25:00 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 19: The Registrar Judicial who happens to be the Public Information Officer (PIO) of Jammu & Kashmir High Court at Srinagar has once again been caught on the wrong foot by State Information Commission (SIC) as he continues to violate the J&K Right to Information Act 2009. The SIC has once again shot a penalty show cause notice to the PIO directing him to explain why the penalty proceedings may not be initiated against him under section 17 of J&K RTI Act 2009. As per details available with Early Times a second appeal was filed by one J L Koul before the State Information Commission (SIC) against the inaction of First Appellate Authority (FAA) and PIO of ...
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LOCAL NEWS
Omar will leave for London anytime after December 23
Kupwara villages san essentials on eve of Chill-i-kalan
Post floods, I&FC removes encroachments from Baramulla
478 complaints of MCC violation, 100 injured in poll violence season
With no houses to live in miseries of flood affected people continue to mount
Barring one, Kathua banquet halls violate pollution norms
Last phase of polling to decide fate of several candidates
Bureaucrats, police officials hustle Muftis’
Poll results in J&K will be surprising: Ghulam Nabi Azad
CB produces challan against drug peddlers
Jammu will no more be second fiddle to Kashmir: Cong Min
Defeat false agenda of NC, PDP, Congress: Dr Magotra
Drug Peddlers in Jammu Targeting School Kids: Police
SBI Jammu organizes awareness programme
Voter should opt for BJP: Arun Gupta
Passenger dies after fall from mini bus
HC dismisses appeal of JCCB Board of Directors
Sikh organizations term news item 'Dera Nangali Sahib support' as false, baseless
Bovine smuggling bid, manhunt launched
Woman dies of burns
Winter vacation in Summer Zone from Dec 26 to Jan 3
Sidhu's cavalcade attack: FIR registered against stone pelters
HC Jammu to observe holiday today
Talent hunt events organised
Bhim Singh accuses Prime Minister for manipulating EVMs
Finally people need to listen self consciousness: Shingari
Rape accused denied bail
Students stage street play on road safety
5 day Hindi workshop organized at frontier headquarter BSF
Air, rail service remain affected in fog-hit Jammu
Rs 53,705 cr allocated for current financial year
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