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Does BJP really care for sacrifice of Parihar brothers?
11/5/2018 10:51:21 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 5: The leaders of state BJP are falling over each other to be seen paying tributes to its slain party secretary Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet Parihar, who were killed by gunmen at Kishtwar last week; but questions are being raised over genuineness of the tears being shed on the tragic death of the brothers who kept the saffron flag flying in once militancy infested Kishtwar district and entire Chenab Valley. While party leaders are issuing statements swearing by the sacrifice made by Parihars, whispers can be heard within the corridors of BJP headquarters over the manner in which party dumped and forgot those who laid their lives for the party's writ earlier. A BJP worker pleading anonymity said that the party shall soon forget and forgo the sa...
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People seek deployment of Army in volatile areas
Kishtwar Killings Aftermath
11/5/2018 10:44:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 5: The gruesome murder of senior BJP leader Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet Parihar on Thursday evening in the sensitive and strategically located Kishtwar has alarmed the country in general and the minority community in the Doda, Kishtwar and Ramban districts in particular. The manner in which terrorists gunned down the Parihar brothers has made the people of these areas realize that the days are not far when they would witness a situation similar to what it prevailed in the early 1990. In the early 1990s, the terrorists had targeted members of the minority communities. They had not even spared the marriage parties. The spurt in terrorist activities i...
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Govt to probe illegal appointments in corporations
11/5/2018 10:44:15 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 5: The Jammu and Kashmir government is likely to appoint a panel to probe alleged illegal appointments in various corporations, ET has learnt. Sources within Rajbawan told Early Times that the Govenor Satya Paul Malik has taken strong note of the reports that over the years hundreds of employees have been appointed illegally in state owned corporations. "To dig out the truth in this, the Government is likely to appoint a panel headed by top official, which will be asked to inquire all such illegal appointments," sources told early times. Sources maintained that the Panel will identify all those responsible for making appointments without...
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Dilapidated 'Raja Ki Haveli' reflects ASI's neglect
11/5/2018 10:44:08 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Mansar/Udhampur, Nov 5: The 'Raja Ki Haveli' at popular Mansar Lake is in dilapidated condition thus exposing the tall claims of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and its local offices. Sham Sundar-an elder from the locality informed that Mahant of Nar Singh temple, Ram Kumar adjoining to the Haveli took care of this historical monument but after his death the old building was neglected. Inside the Haveli people have spread litter making it an abode of sogs. Walls of this building have developed cracks and a big chunk has lost the roof. The building is a big risk because it can fall anytime and some innocent lives may be lost. He also said tha...
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Many students drop out as school building under decay
11/5/2018 10:43:54 PM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report KUPWARA, Nov 5: Some years back, a local resident of Awoora had willingly donated a piece of land for school building, but after some unwanted interference by the locals, scores of children from the village had left the elementary education. According to sources, there was a school in Awoora village namely, Detached Primary Wing (DPW) School Awoora, and this primary school was detached from High School Awoora, of zone Trehgam in this north Kashmir d...
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After generating Rs 16 cr BOSE fails to hire gensets, gas heaters for exam centers
11/5/2018 10:43:42 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 5: After generating more than Rs 16 crore on account of examination fee from students appearing in different examinations, the J&K Board of School Education (BOSE) has miserably failed to even hire gensets and gas heaters for the candidates appearing for various board exams across Kashmir valley. Details available with Early Times reveal that J&K State Board of School Education (BOSE) has generated a whooping amount of Rs 16.80 crores from students appea...
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PDP to introspect Mehbooba Govt's failures
11/5/2018 10:43:23 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 5: The Peoples Democratic Party has decided to frame a committee for introspection, what were the issues that overshadowed Mehbooba Mufti led government in the state. Sources said since the fall of the PDP-BJP government in the state, senior PDP leaders have been introspecting what were the issues that the coalition government faced in their three-year-rule. "For the assembly and parliamentary elections, the PDP leadership has decided to frame a committee of leaders who could introspect what led to failure of the governance," a PDP leader said. The PDP leader said that party leaders have also framed the events that Mehbooba Mufti witnessed in her gover...
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Was Anil Parihar killed for his August 31 speech?
11/5/2018 10:40:43 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 5: Although police is still groping in the dark to get a lead in the gruesome killings at Kishtwar, social media is flooded with a speech of martyred BJP leader Anil Parihar in which he was challenging those who were trying to communalize the state in the name of defending Article 35-A. In the social media people have been arguing that speech given by Anil Parihar August 31 was the main cause of his killing. It is premature to arrive at a conclusion but it is also a reality that after his speech in which Anil Parihar had opposed using religious places to instigate people in the name of Article 35-A he became eye-sore for those who were hell bent to create co...
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New drug policy proposes setting up of drug de-addiction centres in new medical colleges
11/5/2018 10:40:23 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 5: At a time when the drug addiction has spread its tentacles across the length and breadth of Jammu & Kashmir the new drug policy that is in public domain these days has envisaged that drug de-addiction centres should be set up in the upcoming medical colleges in the state. The drug policy that is also known as Draft Policy Document for Drug De-Addiction has been drafted by Institute of Mental Health & Neurosciences (IMHANS) Government Medical College, Srinagar in collaboration with Department of Psychiatry, SKIMS Medical College, Srinagar, J&K State AIDS Control Society with inputs from Department of Psychiatry, Government Medical Coll...
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NC, PDP to 'support' Congress against rebels in SMC
11/5/2018 10:40:17 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 5: Apprehending threat to the "political existence of Abdullahs and Muftis", the National Conference and the Peoples Democratic Party are allegedly trying their best to the keep "rebels" led by Sajad Gani Lone away from power in the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC). While Sajad Gani Lone's Peoples Conference has put weight behind, former National Conference spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu, who recently joined the PC, the rebels from the Peoples Democratic Party led Imran Reza Ansari are also supporting him. Sources said the alliance between Lone and Ansari has "unnerved both Abdullahs and Muftis who fear an end to their dynastic rule". Sources both the N...
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6 yrs on, 58 SICOP posts await recruitment
Mockery of recruitment rules
11/5/2018 10:40:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 5: Making mockery of recruitment rules, envisaged in book of Law by Small Scale Industries Development Corporation (SICOP) can be gauged from the fact that the corporation had advertised nearly 58 posts in the year of 2012 but the recruitment process is yet to begin. Reliable sources informed Early Times that the SICOP had advertised posts vide notice No: 1 of 2012 dated 04-09-2012 for the recruitment of 58 of different grades including 12 each post of District Manager (Divisional Cadre), Assistant Accounts Officers, Junior Accountants and Steno/Programme Assistant and 10 of Drivers. "Unfortunately, till date the corporation (SICOP) has not started the ...
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Revenue officers, officials to observe strike against lodging of FIR against Tehsildar, subordinate staff
11/5/2018 10:39:40 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 5: Functioning in the administrative units located across the state is all set to get hit on Tuesday as the All J&K Revenue Officers Association has given a call for one day strike against the lodging of First Information Report (FIR) against some revenue officials in North Kashmir's Baramulla district. The J&K Revenue Officers Association held an extraordinary meeting today and the participants lodged strong protest against the lodging of FIR against Tehsildar Karhama, Baramulla, Naib Tehsildar and Patwari. The Association said the lodging of FIR is arbitrary and carried out in a hush hush manner. "All Jammu and Kashmir Revenue Officers ...
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SIT probing BJP leader, his brother murder gets credible leads
Election of Chairman of Mini-Bus Workers Union stayed
HC asks DC Kulgam to stop construction of PS Qoimoh
High Court directs Transport Commissioner for fare revision from Chenani to Nashri
Speaker, Dy Speaker take stock of arrangements made for smooth functioning of offices
JSS Jammu celebrates Diwali festival
JBCC Dug wins volleyball tourney, trounces JDC Amritsar in final
Rich Harvest School celebrates Diwali
Senior Citizens Forum passes resolution to formulate a body
SMVDU celebrates Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat
PHQ re-opens after Darbar Move
Wafa Foundation seeks thorough probe into killing of Parihar brothers
NFI invites applications for National Media Award Programme
VCE Lakhanpur organizes quiz competition
JK Bank extends date for POs to Nov 10
Darbar opens at Jammu: Governor accorded ceremonial reception on his arrival at Civil Secretariat
Will try to create atmosphere for holding talks with stakeholders in J&K: Governor
BJP leader's killing: Attackers identified, will be brought before public soon: Governor
Govt to collect biometric details of Rohingyas
Poonch MC issues tenders without any online bid, probe demanded
BJP-PDP Govt black chapter in history of J&K: Manohar Lal Sharma
SDM suspends 4 Medical employees
Handover Kishtwar District to army: Lal Singh
Market checking realises Rs 20700 fine
LMD imposes fine of Rs 20000 on private school in Baramulla
Surankote residents rue frequent traffic jams
Interrupted power supply, strike by casual/need based employees severly affected water supply
Doda villages receive fresh snowfall
Young women come forward to contest Panchayat elections in Udhampur
NH closed again; reopens for one way traffic
LIC felicitates top performers of J&K Grameen Bank
3rd National Ayurved day observed in Govt Ayurvedic Hospital, Jammu
Hanuman Jayanti elebrated with religious fervor
Protests mark opening of Civil Secretariat in Jammu
Harsh Dev files petition with President of India seeking dissolution of JK Assembly
DSS announces 114th annual general council meeting
Congress demands relief package for vegetable, fruit growers
SAK (Rajput) Sabha participates in celebration of Swai Jai Singh Jayanti at Jaipur
Awareness lecture on ill effects of drugs at palma organised
Shiksha Niketan celebrates Diwali
Delegation of Sanskrit scholars meets Sham Lal Sharma
DDPW School celebrates Yellow Day
British International School organizes Diwali Dhamaka
KSS Faridabad to dedicate its next issue of newsletter to JN Kaul
Assistant Professors appeal for PhD increments
FPTI condoles demise of slain BJP leaders
Farmers' awareness camp organized
RSD to face Kashmir XI in opening match
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