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Over 150 voters of cantonment area included in Panchayat list of Old Satwari
Who will mend Jammu's voter lists?
12/5/2018 10:34:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: Despite repeated complaints against the fraud in voter list of Panchayat Old Satwari where over 150 voters of Jammu Cantonment area also exit in Ward No. 9, no action was taken by the concerned department as well as by the District Administration Jammu which is totally against the transparent democratic process. Some contestants of Panchayat Old Satwari, which comes under the Block Development Office Satwari old, preferring anonymity, told Early Times that a big fraud was played by some unscrupulous element by adding hundreds of names of residents of cantonment areas into the voter list of Panchayat Old Satwari. Number of representations were submitted to the concerned department but no action was taken ostensibly due to some political pressure. "If issue was not sorted out immediately, there are chances of clashes on the voting day as voters of cantonment area would cast their votes for panchayat also" they said, hinting at direct political involvement behind the anomaly. Block Development Officer Satwari Sania Haq Khan, when contacted said th...
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SHO adjusts youth in construction firm in lieu of money
Misuse of official position
12/5/2018 10:33:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 5: An Inspector of Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) posted as Station House Officer (SHO) of a police station in one of the districts of Doda-Kistwar-Ramban (DKR) Range has become talk of the town after he adjusted some local youths in a construction company as drivers after taking money from them. According to sources, the Inspector of the senior most batch of the Executive Wing who has been posted as SHO in one of the hilly districts of the Range has misused his official position and forcefully adjusted some youths of the district as drivers in the company. In return, the SHO charged money from the poor youth. "The SHO has misused his official position...
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36 yrs on, SKIMS craves for basic infrastructure
12/5/2018 10:33:31 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 5: The Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Srinagar celebrated its 36th annual day on Wednesday, but there was not much to celebrate. The SKIMS is considered tertiary care hospital of Kashmir. However, after nearly four decades of its establishment, the SKIMS is craving even for basic facilities. Even on annual day celebration, there were many speakers who seemed not happy with the working of the institution. Take for instance, former chief minister and National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, who seemed not happy with the research done by the SKIMS faculty. "Don't focus only on patient care. Very least research is being done h...
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Junior Engineer forges DC Samba's signature on DPR
RDD officials try to hush up the matter
11/28/2018 11:32:08 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: A junior engineer in Rural Engineering Wing (REW) in Samba district has allegedly tampered with Detail Project Report (DPR) by using digital cut-paste system to place signature of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Samba. According to sources, the matter has been brought into notice of the DC Samba, but other officers of RDD are trying to hush-up the matter. "The JE, tampered DPR of PMAY house approved by the District Development Commissioner, Samba", sources claimed and added that in the DPR estimate of PMAY house was Rs 1.72 lakhs and was technically approved by the DC, ACD and XEn REW Jammu. "During visit of Block Vijaypur, JE Romesh Gupta appr...
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Introspect, shun disparity against Early Times, Sharma tells Govt
11/28/2018 11:31:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: Senior Congress leader and former Minister Sham Lal Sharma has called upon the state government to take corrective measures rather than adopting a vindictive attitude towards Early Times. He was reacting to the reports of choking of advertisements by State Information Department to Early Times for its bold and unbiased journalism. Sharma asserted that there must not be any fiddling with the fourth pillar of democracy as well as with the freedom of press....
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Militants on run, their handlers worried as security forces kill 17 in one week
Top commanders eliminated, sympathizers face heat
11/28/2018 11:31:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: The "Operation All Out" against the militants in Kashmir has sent alarm bells ringing within the militant ranks and their handlers sitting across the Line of Control. Sources told Early Times that with the onset of winter in Kashmir militants are moving towards the mainland and they are falling in their own trap. "During the past one week 17 militants, including the top commanders, have been eliminated. Many over ground workers have been arrested and militant sympathizers are on run," sources added. They said the separatists active in the Valley too are in a tight spot as the noose has been tightened around them for arranging the funds for militancy r...
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Huge success for security forces as top LeT commander Naveed Jatt killed in encounter
Was involved in many attacks, assassination of journalist Shujaat Bukhari: Police
11/28/2018 11:30:56 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 28: Police and security forces achieved a major breakthrough in their anti-militancy operations after Naveed Jatt, a top commander of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) was killed in an encounter in the wee hours today in the Central Kashmir's Budgam district. Jatt was involved in many attacks on police and security forces in Kashmir valley especially in Central and South Kashmir. Police had blamed him for the killing of senior journalist and Editor-i...
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BJP may find new faces for upcoming LA polls
11/28/2018 11:30:22 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 28: The State BJP will likely replace majority of it's candidates in coming Assembly poll in J&K in view of their dismal performance and public ire against their non performance. Sources said party High Command has conveyed the same to State leadership and urged it to be on look out for the young and dedicated party activists so that there can not be any delay in selection of candidates after announcement of Assembly Elections in the State by Election Commission of India. Sources said the party is also not happy with the working of some State in charges from India and replace them also to get a proper feedback about the working of the party in the State....
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JK bank as PSU will lead to further alienation of Kashmiris: Mehbooba to Arun Jaitley
11/28/2018 11:30:14 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 28: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said that treating J&K bank as a public sector undertaking will lead to further alienation in Jammu and Kashmir. Taking to Twitter, Mehbooba said that she spoke to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and told him that the decision will lead to further alienation. "Spoke with @arunjaitley ji about the intrusive and regressive move to declare J&K Bank as a PSU. This decision will add to the woe...
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Parihar brothers killing case handed over to NIA
ET report vindicated
11/28/2018 11:30:02 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has decided to handover the case of killing of BJP State Secretary Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet Parihar on November 1 in Kishtwar town to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Early Times is the first newspaper that reported about the handing over of the case to the NIA. As per details available, Dharmender Kumar, Under Secretary to government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs (CTCR Division) vide order dated 26-11-2018 issued the order to hand over the probe to NIA. "Whereas the Central government has received information regarding registration of FIR No. 290/2018 Dated 1-11-2018 at PS ...
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Congress leaders fight it out in open
11/28/2018 11:29:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: The faction ridden Congress today witnessed open spar in front of the AICC secretary incharge Shakeel Ahmad and Sanjeev Sharma when the duo were taking suggestions from the senior party leaders to rejuvenate Congress in Jammu and Kashmir. In the heated exchange of words between former ministers Sham Lal Sharma and Jugal Kishore Sharma, several other senior leaders also joined the spar, which continued for more than half an hour till the meeting ended abruptly. The high voltage drama took place at the Congress headquarters here this afternoon when Shakeel Ahmad and Sanjeev Sharma were taking meeting of the party district presidents, former ministers ...
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Rajouri journalist wounded in attack by aspiring Sarpanch, supporters
Media fraternity seeks DGP's intervention
11/28/2018 11:29:21 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Nov 28: One aspiring Sarpanch who is contesting the ongoing Panchayat polls in Sunderbani here along with his family members and other supporters last evening attacked a journalist wounding him. The wounded journalist has been referred to Jammu for specialized treatment. Reports said journalist Ajay Sharma was driving his personal vehicle JK01A Swift Desire near his home when a white Innova with a Haryana registration number waylaid him. Sharma told Early Times ...
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'PDP is a sinking boat, most MLAs have deserted it'
Why Mehbooba didn't move court against assembly dissolution
11/28/2018 11:29:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: As the PDP chief has revealed that her party wouldn't move court against the dissolution of the assembly, the decision has raised several eyebrows over whether the flock at the PDP is intact in real terms. PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on November 26 ruled out approaching the court against Governor Satya Pal Malik's decision to dissolve the state assembly. The assembly was abruptly dissolved on November 21, hours after the PDP staked claim to form a government with the backing of rival National Conference and the Congress, followed by another bid from the two-member People's Conference which claimed the support of the BJP and 18 leaders from other part...
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Backstabbed' by power-hungry BJP, Ladakhi leaders knock Governor's door for justice
11/28/2018 10:34:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: Betrayed by the power hungry BJP leadership, people of Ladakh knocked door of Governor Satya Pal Malik to get their genuine demands addressed. With a hope that BJP will solve their genuine demands, people of Ladakh, especially of Leh had voted in favour of the Saffron Party in 2014 Parliamentary as well as 2017 Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Leh elections but power hungry leadership of BJP had brutally backstabbed them. Instead of taking problems of Ladakhis seriously, the self-styled Chanikya of BJP Ram Madhav preferred to lure some leadership of Kashmir at the cost of people of Jammu and Ladakh. For the last 25 years BJP had bee...
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Skill India scheme in J&K on verge of closure
VTs denied 6 months salary despite availability of funds
11/28/2018 10:17:46 PM
Vijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: The 'Skill India' scheme in J&K is on verge of closure as the Directorate of Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) has failed to release six month salary of around 700 Vocational Trainers (VTs), despite sanctioned funds of current fiscal year by union government. Pleading anonymity, a Vocational Trainer informed Early Times that the (VTs) are working under various Vocational Trainers Partners (VTPs) but the directorate of Samagra vide letter No. Edu/SPD?SS/VE/294-305/18 Dated July10,2018 had discontinued the services of VTPs. However, it was also stated in said order that all Vocational Trainers and Vocational Coordinators would continue to serve u...
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What's cooking up in New Delhi?
Kashmir politicians camp in national capital
11/28/2018 10:17:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: In an unusual development, some of the senior Kashmiri leaders from various political parties have been camping in New Delhi with political circles asking what's cooking up in the national capital. Sources said in the last few days some of the senior leaders including those from the Pradesh Congress, National Conference and Peoples Conference were seen in the national capital. Sources said the leaders from Kashmir have been in touch with some of the "influential" voices there and are discussing about "prospects of track-II talks on Kashmir through Norway and its expected benefits." Sources said while the senior Congress leader from Kashmir held meeting ...
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In Rajouri hospital attendants thrash docs over poor healthcare
11/28/2018 10:17:29 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Nov 28: District hospital at Rajouri on Wednesday turned into battle field as clashes erupted between hospital staff including doctors, attendants of about 16 road mishap victims over allegations of alleged poor healthcare services rendered by doctors at district hospital. The trouble begins when few attendants kept four patients at main gate of the hospital and started protest against doctors for their lackadaisical attitude in attending the patients and reported...
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Magisterial probe ordered into Rajouri hospital incident
11/28/2018 10:17:12 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Nov 28: District administration of Rajouri today ordered a magisterial probe into the scuffle between attendants and doctors that threatened to vitiate the law and order situation at District Hospital Rajouri. According to reports, scuffle took place after road accident victims were brought to the hospital. Sources said that incident took place after the attendants accused doctors of seeking operation fee before admitting the patients and the situation took an ugly turn as the attendants and doctors exchanged blows. After getting the information, police immediately reached the spot and resorted to mild lathi-charge in a bid to bring the situation under contro...
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SIC directs ACD to provide info under RTI
Procurement of fabricated lavatories in Doda
11/28/2018 10:17:06 PM
Early Times Report Doda, Nov 28: The State Information Commission (SIC) has directed Assistant Commissioner Development (ACD) Doda to provide details about procurement of fabricated lavatory to an information seeker under RTI Act. This information was earlier denied under RTI which forced information seeker to file an appeal before SIC. Details available with Early Times reveal that an RTI application was filed one Haq Nawaz Nehru R/O Doda on 13.03.2018 before PIO/ACD Doda seeking information with regard to procurement of fabricated lavatories and other related information. As PIO failed to provide the requisite information within the stipulated time period, the appellant filed Firs...
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Now, booksellers fleece parents in Valley
Govt orders violated
11/28/2018 10:16:55 PM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 28: Despite an order from the Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK), the parents in the Valley are compelled to buy books from selected booksellers. The new academic session has already begun in both government and private schools and most of the parents complain that some selected booksellers are selling the books prescribed by the schools. Recently, the DSEK had issued a circular asking all private recognized schools to desist from compelling the parents for purchasing books and uniforms from any particular shop. "It has come to the notice of Directorate that some private recognized schools are indulging in selling books and...
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Video of militant's escape from encounter site goes viral
11/28/2018 10:16:47 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 28: A video of a militant emerging from the rubble of a damaged house and escaping unhurt from the encounter site in central Kashmir district of Budagm -- where top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander Naveed Jatt was among two ultras killed by security forces on Wednesday -- has gone viral on social networking sites. In the video, which was shot after the operation was called off by security forces; a militant could be seen emerging from the rubble of the house in which the encounter took place. The people, mostly youth, who had gathered in the compound of the house, after the encounter, could be seen helping the armed militant to escape from the spot. The ...
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Guv 'fabricating' facts, says Sajad Lone
11/28/2018 10:16:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: A few days after J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik claimed that the Modi government wanted to see People's Conference leader Sajad Lone as Chief Minister of J&K, Lone on Wednesday accused the Governor of misrepresenting facts. Talking to media in New Delhi, Lone said that it is "unfortunate that the Governor has indulged in misrepresentation of facts," and called it a gross distortion of facts. Lone further claimed that it was the Governor who asked him to send a fax and added that his party tried to contact the Governor to form the government but they were unsuccessful. While People's Conference claimed it tried to fax the letter to the Governor, the PDP twe...
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Landmine victims from Jammu left high and dry
11/28/2018 10:16:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 28: The border dwellers of Jammu region continue to suffer in one way or the other. Be it distribution of relief material in makeshift camps or construction of bunkers, the hapless people have alleged irregularities. And, as if it was not enough, the landmine blast victims from the region have also been left high and dry. Having been left to fend for their own, the victims have to strive hard even for food and more often than not, many among them go to bed with an empty stomach. Pertinent to mention the Indian and Pakistani armies have extensively planted landmines in their respective areas along the LoC to prevent infiltration. However, the infiltrators ...
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Some Pvt schools dupe students by fake claims of registration with BOSE
11/28/2018 10:16:24 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Nov 28: Claiming registration / affiliation with J&K State Board of School Education, some private institutions giving admission to students in 9th and 10 classes whereas these institutions officially have permission for admission up to 8th class only. Such schools are fleecing the poor students/parents by extorting huge money from them and during final examination they submit their ( of such students) enrolment in nexus with the administrations of recognised schools on monetarily considerations. Such matters were raised several times in the past but without any proper action by the department of school education. In one such case State Board of School Edu...
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