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Cong's volte-face on BDC elections: Pressure from Kashmir based leaders forced party to review its earlier decision to fight polls
10/8/2019 10:52:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 8: Following pressure from Valley based leaders, Congress has decided to rethink about its Friday's announcement to participate in the Block Development Council (BDC) elections, scheduled to be held on October 24. Although Congress leadership had unanimously decided to fight these elections on Friday during a meeting, now party has announced to revisit its earlier decision. Today's announcement of Congress has raised many eye-brows because party's volte-face would affect BDC polls, going to be held first time in J&K. "The party is taking a fresh review of the entire situation and getting feedback of different quarters especially from Kashmir Valley after the announcement of polls" chief spokesman of JKPCC Ravinder Sharma stated in a press note. Interestingly on Friday Congress announced the party would participate in the first-ever BDC elections being held on October 24 despite strong reservations about the conduciveness of the overall political and security environment of such an electoral exercise when most of the leaders in the Valley are still u...
Jamat-e-Islami to organize Long March to seek Khan's ouster on Oct 27
Imran on his way out as Pak Army plans to install new stooge
10/8/2019 10:52:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 8: Cricketer-turned-politician, Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan seems to be on his way out. According to the media reports, Pakistan Army is planning to install another stooge at his place. There are reports that Jamat-e-Islami Pakistan is planning a Long March against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on October 27. The march is reportedly being organized at the Army's behest. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "As a Prime Minister Imran Khan has failed miserably. He left no opportunity to appease his bosses in the Army but nothing has worked out for him. He has faced defeat at all the fronts." The analyst said that the Army had assigned...
Successive regimes left jobless educated youth from far-off areas of JK in lurch
10/8/2019 10:51:44 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 8: The Jammu and Kashmir government has done little till date to uplift the educated jobless youth hating from the far flung areas of the erstwhile state. Official sources informed that the previous regimes had done little to ensure that the youth having from the far off areas of Jammu and Kashmir could be provided with employment avenues and assisted with livelihood generation programs. Take this or example. The seed capital fund scheme launched under Sher-e- Kashmir Employment & Welfare Program for youth (SKEWPY) which was aimed to provide seed capital fund to the willing candidates for starting self employment ventures, proved to be a flop show in the b...
Neglected by successive regimes, now Jammu city tops dengue cases in JK
Working of JMC, directorate of Health services under scanner of health experts
10/8/2019 10:51:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 8: Neglected by successive regimes since 1947, the winter capital of Jammu now tops the deadly Dengue cases reported in Jammu and Kashmir. Official sources said since January 1, 2019 to September 30 over 850 blood samples were taken from suspect cases whereas as many as 120 odd cases of dengue have been reported from the Jammu region. One dozen were of them were reported in the last week of September alone. Shockingly, the Jammu district has recorded highest number of dengue cases with as many as 38 confirmed cases from the city alone. Jammu is followed by Samba with atleast 29 cases. 21 have been reported from Rajouri and 14 from Kathua whereas mere five ...
Govt to audit languishing projects
10/8/2019 10:51:11 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Oct 8: To pace up the developmental works, the government has decided to hold the audit of languishing projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Sources said that said that former legislators had started hundreds of developmental projects in their respective constituencies without seeking concurrence of the Finance Department. "Most of these works have been halted due to paucity of funds and are languishing for years," sources within the Finance Department, said. Sources said Governor Satya Pal Malik has also expressed concern over slow pace of developmental works in Jammu and Kashmir. Following which the authorities of Finance Department directed ...
14 years on: PHE Deptt fails to make Malhar Filtration Plant operational
10/8/2019 10:49:35 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Oct 8: Despite spending huge funds, the PHE department has failed to make operational water filter plant at Malhar area of district Udhampur. It was in the year 2004 that the PHE department commissioned a Filtration Plant at Malhar village to solve the water problem of almost five panchayats of the area but unfortunately the filtration plant since 2005 is shut. However, no one came here so far to see the ground reality of the filtration plant. Hav...
We will outnumber all other political parties: BJP
BJP to contest J&K BDC poll on 280 seats
10/8/2019 10:48:56 PM
Wajahat Shabir Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 8: In the upcoming chairperson Block Development Council election, the Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to field the candidates in all the segments. There are around 316 blocks in three regions, while as there are 120 blocks in Kashmir and BJP will contest in 280 blocks seats overall. The announcement for Block Development Council Election was made by Chief Electoral Officer Jammu and Kashmir Shailendra Kumar on 29th September. He had said that the process of filling of nomination forms, elections and result will be done in the month of October. Election for the Chairperson Block Development Council will be held on 24th October, while a...
Two month long unrest takes toll on development activities in Kashmir
10/8/2019 10:48:45 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 8: The two month long unrest in Kashmir has cast a shadow on the developmental scenario in the valley with very few works taken up by the concerned department during the unrest period and period before that. Sources told Early Times that the macadamization process has taken a hit in the Kashmir valley since August 5. They said that since autumn has already set in it is virtually impossible that roads would be macadamized in the valley now. "The ideal time for macadamizing the roads in Kashmir is between June and September. Since we have passed this time frame it would not be possible to carry out this all important activity on the Kash...
Seek answers from leaders: Munish tells people
10/8/2019 10:48:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 8: Editor, Early Times, Munish Gupta, on Tuesday day said J&K's reorganization has provided a chance to the people of Jammu to end the discrimination which they have been facing during all these years. Carrying forward his mass contact programme in Raipur, Satwari, Munish said, "Time has come for us to stand up for our rights and seek answers from the leaders who during the past seventy years failed to plead Jammu's cause." Munish, who would be contesting th...
Will distribute my salary among needy'
10/8/2019 10:48:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu: Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta, has said that if he wins the forthcoming Assembly elections from Gandhi Nagar constituency he would distribute his monthly salary among the needy people in his constituency. "It's my promise to you people that besides carrying out development work, I would distribute my salary among the needy people. I assure you that I would not take any money from anyone, nor would I remain inaccessible. Whenever you need me I will be available," Munish said. ...
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