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Senior doctor ignored, junior becomes Principal GMC Jammu
Matter reaches LG’s office, HME department asked to rectify mistake
12/1/2020 11:39:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Authorities ignoring a senior faculty member and appointing a doctor junior to him as the Principal of Government Medical College Jammu has opened a Pandora’s Box. According to the details available with Early Times the issue of bypassing the senior faculty member for the post of GMC Principal Jammu has reached to the Lt Governor’s office and same has been forwarded to Health and Medical Education (HME) Department for rectification. “Rectification of injustice done to Dr Ashutosh Gupta, (Professor and HoD Radiation Oncology, GMC Jammu) by ignoring his seniority while handing charge of Principal GMC Jammu,” reads the communication no. JKLGGC/J/07/2017/2316 dated 23/11/2020. “The undersigned is directed to forward herewith the copy of grievance along with its enclosures submitted by Dr Ashutosh Gupta, Professor and Head, Radiation Oncology, Government Medical College, Jammu to Financial Commissioner Health and Medical Education department for favou...
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BJP ‘double-minded’ to act against ‘potential’ rebels
12/1/2020 11:39:44 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: Smelling that some rebels will emerge victorious in the ongoing District Development Councils (DDCs) elections, BJP is undecided to take action against leaders contesting elections against official party candidates. There is a view among party leaders that after the elections, these rebels would help the party to capture DDCs in some areas so BJP leadership is reluctant to take against those who have potential to win the elections. Highly placed sources said that some party leaders raised the issue of taking action against rebels but the party has deferred the decision to take action against them. Sources said many BJP leaders, including some offi...
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Several PMGSY projects hang in balance as release of funds delayed
Finance Deptt owes Rs 50 cr as interest to SRDDA for making delay
12/1/2020 11:39:38 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 1: The undue delay in release of funds by the Government, many projects under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) either could not see the completion or failed to take off, which has back-tracked this ambitious project of the Government of India. Moreover, the Finance Department of JK UT, which was directed to pay interest to the concerned executing agency for making delay in releasing of funds even failed to pay the same till date. They further said that the funds which are released by the Ministry of Rural Development to the Finance Department of a UT or State, which are further released to the executing agency i.e Jammu and Kashmir State-Rural Road...
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Now demand for details of funds collected for Rasana victim gains momentum !
For the last two years, helpless family members of the Rasana rape victims have been demanding details of the funds collected by the so-called social activists during ‘justice to the victim’ campaign launched in the month of January 2018.
12/1/2020 11:39:30 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: A day after Abdul Rashid Shora, father of ‘Tukday Tukday Gang’s’ poster girl Shelha Rashid labeled serious charges on her daughter, demand for a high level probe into huge funds collected through the ‘crowd-funding’ for Rasana victim also gained momentum. People are demanding that funds worth lakhs were collected by the so-called social activists but the same was not given to the family members of Rasana victim. For the last two years, helpless family members of the Rasana rape victims have been demanding details of the funds collected by the so-called social activists during ‘justice to the victim’ campaign launched in the month of January 2018. From...
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Washed away in 2014 Digwar bridge still awaits reconstruction
Sanctioned funds not used, locals demand probe
12/1/2020 11:39:16 PM
RAJESH TANDON EARLY TIMES REPORT POONCH, Dec 1: The casual approach of the Poonch Administration can be gauged from the fact that it has been more than six years, a bridge in Digwar area, which was washed away in the 2014 flash floods, has not been constructed till date putting the local residents in great distress. Sources told Early Times that a steel bridge in Digwar area, which was the only mode to cross over the river, had washed away during flash floods in 2014, which cut off the ...
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People accuses doctor of abandoning patients for sake of private practice
12/1/2020 11:39:02 PM
ASIF IQBAL NAIK EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Dec 1: The people of Malanoo who are dependent on Public Health Center (PHC) Malanoo in Medical Block Thathri accuses the doctor posted there of abandoning the poor patients for the sake of private practice. The locals said that the delinquent doctor is indulging in private practice despite clear cut directions of High Court in September this year wherein it said that doctors cannot be permitted to use their employment and public facilities for ...
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Govt schools go smart in Srinagar, remain ‘dull’ in Jammu!
12/1/2020 11:38:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 1: In a significant development, the government of Jammu and Kashmir has decided to convert all government schools in the summer capital into Smart Schools, whereas such mega initiative is still awaited for the historic city of Jammu. Earlier this year, the Jammu and Kashmir government set up 25 'smart schools' in Srinagar with libraries, science labs, smart classrooms, and other facilities. On January 19, the government had announced the completion of setting up of 25 smart schools in Srinagar. On November 17, the government announced the ambitious project to transform all government schools with owned buildings in the district on modern lines equipp...
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COVID-19 recovery rate in JK reaches 94% as 503 more patients get discharged; 454 new cases, eight fresh deaths
Positive cases 110678, active positive 4908, recovered 104068, casualties 1702
12/1/2020 11:38:45 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 1: As 503 more patients were discharged from different hospitals today the COVID-19 recovery rate in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir reached 94.02 percent. With 454 new cases being reported today the total number of positive cases reached 1, 10,678 and the death toll reached 1702 following eight deaths in past 24 hours. Srinagar district reported 118 fresh cases of Corona Virus followed by Jammu district 95 cases, Budgam district 45 cases, Rajouri and Udhampur districts 25 cases each, Kathua district 20 cases, Baramulla district 18 cases, Reasi district 14 cases, Bandipora and Doda districts 13 cases each, Kupwara and Anantnag...
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Fire extinguishers pose threat to lives at MCH Anantnag
Hospital Critical!
12/1/2020 11:38:32 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, Dec 1: The fire safety is in critical stage at Maternity and Child Care Hospital Anantnag. This can be gauged from the fact that despite the passage of a month now the hospital authorities have failed to refill or replace the expired fire extinguishers. The fire extinguishers, installed outside the indoor laboratory and in post-operative ward, have expired last month, but nobody has paid attention to refill them so that it can be used when needed. Similar is the case with other fire extinguishers in the hospital. “The hospital building has fire extinguishers at half a dozen places where they can’t help much in case of a fire as almost all ...
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Munish Gupta asks government to solve problems of people of Sector A Shastri Nagar
Residents of Sector A Shastri Nagar at receiving end since problems remain unattended
12/1/2020 11:37:34 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 1: Munish Gupta, Editor in Chief, Early Times has asked the administration to come up to the expectations of the people living in the Jammu region and solve the problems living in the different areas of the city. Referring to the problems being faced by the people of Gandhi Nagar constituency Munish said that many areas of this constituency have been left to the mercy of God. He said that despite repeated reminders the people at helm have not taken any step ...
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Advisor Baseer Khan reviews PMAY (G), MGNREGA, Panchayat Ghars
Pvt Schools indulging in organized loot, Govt unconcerned: Parents Association
Election Commission will take final call on assembly polls in J-K: Sharma
Army gears up to fight ‘weather blues’ on Mughal Road
Shehla 'episode' proof of youth playing in hands of anti-nationals: Kavinder
Cabinet Secy reviews arrangements for COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in J&K
BJP will not tolerate Pakistan''s policy of bloodshed in J-K: Raina
PDP, NC fighting against each other in triangular contest
CS chairs maiden meeting of UT Steering Committee ON COVID Vaccination
Implementation of Central scheme of financing facility under AFI
ACB files charge-sheet against then DSWO Kupwara, ors in illegal appointment case
2nd phase of DDC election register around 49% of voter turnout in J&K
69.66% polls recorded in Bandipora for second phase of DDC elections
Only one-way traffic on Leh, Kashmir highways; Mughal road shut
Tarigami moves SC challenging MHA order on land purchase
People in Kashmir angry after abrogation of Article 370, claims Soz
BJP hopeful of thumping victory in Chenani-Kud constituency
Corporator Ritu Choudhary inaugurates drain, tiles work
People craving to see change through DDC polls: Raman Suri
DDC Poll results to decide fate of Jammuites: TMF
Bhim Singh appoints Saddam as Gen Secy
Court rejects bail in NDPS Act
National Sikh Font expresses gratitude for Guru Nanak Dev Chair
YCET concludes Induction Programme
Pathseekers celebrate Guru Nanak Dev Ji birth anniversary
Srishti represents India at 6th BRICS Youth Summit
Omma Productions launches short Dogri musical film
Mayor kick starts development work in Janipur area
CCA office organises Pensioners Camp
Educational institutions observe “World AIDS Day”
Nat Manch performs nukkad natak on World AIDS Day
Shiksha Niketan organizes online Fancy Dress competition
JU organizes webinar on topic "Gulzar Ki Treweni"
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar calls for more research on AYUSH medicine for COVID-19
GDC Ramgarh organises "Manodarpan"
GDC Vijaypur organizes online poster making, slogan writing competition
Army to hold recruitment rally for 10 Jammu distts in Feb-March
Power shut down
Attention GP Fund Subscribers of Jammu District
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