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Sher-i-Kashmir/State Awardees awaiting award for years
No cash award announced for Jammu's Asian medalist
8/23/2018 11:09:04 PM
Abodh Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: With self styled sports administrators and sports promoters falling over each other seeking credit in any which way over the bronze medal won by Surya Bhanu Pratap of Jammu at the ongoing Asian Games, the fact of the matter is that while many other states governments have already announced huge cash awards for the medal winners of their states, there is no such announcement for Bhanu. Surya Bhanu is the first sportsman from the state to have won a medal at the Asian Games and despite an arduous journey to the highest podium of Asia despite all odds, this SPO of the J&K Police is yet to hear from the state government, his employers or the J&K Olympic Association, about any cash award. Interestingly, Bhanu is also 'recipient' of Sher-i-Kashmir/State Award, which he never received. Shamefully, many of those nominated for state awards and Sher-i-Kashmir awards during last several years are still waiting for the honour. The awards institutionalized to honour the outstanding achievers of the State in a calendar year, are postponed repeat...
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ERA purchases sub standard ARV, electric panels on exorbitant rates
Criminal nexus siphoning off public money
8/23/2018 11:08:53 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Manipulating detail project report (DPR) the Jammu and Kashmir Economic Reconstruction Agency (ERA) purchased electric equipment at highly exorbitant rates and further supplied it to public health department (PHE) to upgrade pumping stations in Jammu city. Credible sources informed Early Times that to overcome the problems of power fluctuation that causes huge lose to machinery installed at various pumping stations of PHE in Jammu city, the ERA procured sophisticated equipment at very exorbitant rates compromising specifications of products mentioned in DPR. "To check damage to machinery (motor pumps) at various stations, under project fund...
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Pakistan Army gives no Eid 'break' to Imran Khan, Kashmiri militants
Kiraye Ke Tattoo!
8/23/2018 11:08:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Much like their masters in the Pakistani Army who elected Imran Khan to power as their Prime Minister, the militants in Kashmir didn't observe any "holidays" on Eid Ul Azha but went on to unleash terror in the valley on the auspicious day. On the first day of Eid Ul Azha, three policemen were killed, whereas another one was wounded in south Kashmir, pushing the valley to state of mourning, when the people were supposed to be making celebrations. Officials said it was for the first time that militants targeted so many policemen on Eid in the restive state and that the entire police department was in a state of mourning. A series of attacks on the Eid day...
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Politician, poet, author Satya Pal Malik sworn in as 13th Governor of Jammu & Kashmir
Asks officers to ensure better, effective deliverance of justice
8/23/2018 11:08:18 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 23: Seventy two (72) years old Satya Pal Malik was today sworn-in as the 13th Governor of Jammu and Kashmir today. He replaced Narendra Nath Vohra who remained Governor of the state for more than 10 years. Vohra had assumed the office of Governor of Jammu & Kashmir on June 25, 2008 and he was removed on August 21, 2018. Vohra was considered to be a peoples' governor who always evinced keen interest in solving the problems of the common masses....
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Eye-brows raised as Vohra found absent at swearing in ceremony of new Governor of JK
8/23/2018 11:07:47 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 23: Former Jammu & Kashmir Governor, Narendra Nath Vohra was not present during the oath taking ceremony of the new Governor of the state Satya Pal Malik. His absence did not go well with people especially politicians giving their own assumptions about the same. The oath taking ceremony that was held at the Raj Bhawan here saw a gathering of around 400 persons, but the former Governor was not present during the function. He gave the function a miss thus giving a chance to the people to speculate about the same. People are attaching different strings to the same but none is able to give a clear picture. Sources told Early Times that...
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Non-entity in politics Tasaduq Mufti disappears from scene
8/23/2018 11:07:36 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 23: A non-entity in politics, Tasaduq Mufti, whose only qualification is that he is the son of late chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, appeared on the political arena of the state soon after his father died. But he appeared and disappeared soon after the PDP-BJP government fell. Despite him not being a politician his sister and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti ensured that her brother is inducted into the politics and gets a plum ministry. She first tried to make him contest the parliamentary polls from Anantnag constituency but the polls couldn't be held due to situation being volatile in south Kashmir. Tasaduq left cinematography to join politic...
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Teachers allege nepotism in nomination for awards
8/23/2018 10:29:25 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Teachers working in various schools of Basohli town have alleged that the committee constituted for recommending names for awards during Independence Day function had recommended the names of their own subordinates. Refuting the allegations, Committee members said that only few teachers had forwarded their applications for award and based on their academic contribution for the year 2017-18 and as per criteria, awards were given. The teachers alleged that a committee of five members was constituted by tehsil administration Basohli comprised of GDC Principal Basohli, Principal Navodya Vidyalaya School Basohli, DIET Principal Basohli, Principal Higher S...
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SHO made quick bucks in land dispute case
8/23/2018 10:29:13 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: A Station House Officer (SHO) posted in district Jammu has managed to earn hefty amount in a land dispute case. According to sources, there was face off between two parties over the ownership of a piece land in the area of this particular SHO. Among the two parties, one had purchased that piece of land long time back and it had possession of the same. Now, this party was constructing a house on that land but when the construction work was taken up and going on in full swing, a close relative of the other party, who had sold the land, reached the spot. "The relative of the selling party mounted pressure for halting the construction work. The selling...
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New approach needed to tackle J&K issues
8/23/2018 10:29:03 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: The approach adopted by successive governments in New Delhi has not produced the desired results. It has failed to establish law and order in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It has also failed to prevent discrimination between the regions and the communities. The result: The problems compounded over time. Governments did try to solve the issue through talks, agreements, and peace efforts with Pakistan, but it hasn't yielded any favorable results till date. Instead, the approach has only weakened India's position. Governments assumed that the issue is economic and tried to solve it through infrastructure development, jobs and granting a huge sum of money,...
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Katra MC's 'partial' anti- encroachment drive
Targets selective traders, shields blue eyed
8/23/2018 10:28:55 PM
Early Times Report Katra, Aug 23: The Municipal Committee Katra has been accused of double standards in its anti-encroachment drive as on one side it is targeting selective traders but shielding the favourites. Sources told Early Times that it is evident that there is massive encroachment of streets, roads done by the local traders, shopkeepers across the town. The most affected places in the town where encroachment of streets, roads is rampant are main bazaar Karta, Ban Ganga road, Kashmir Road and Jammu road but the Municipal Committee Katra, district administration are least bothered to get rid of this menace. "Some officials, employees of MC Katra are directly encouraging en...
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BJP in full command at the Centre, in J&K
Unique situation
8/23/2018 10:28:44 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: The rise of BJP at the Centre and appointment of Satya Pal Malik as Governor of Jammu & Kashmir has created a unique situation in the sensitive border Jammu & Kashmir state. It has happened for the first time in 70 years that the BJP, once considered not a force to be reckon with, has been in full command. This has filled the hearts of the people of Jammu with hope. In fact, many in Jammu have taken the new situation to mean the return of hope and joy for the future and expressed the view that "the BJP, if it so likes, could redress their age-old grievances". Members of the minority community have expressed the view that "since PDP, NC and Congress are ...
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LOCAL NEWS
Shopkeeper runs sub post office affairs in Behrot village
Forest department official shot dead
3 day yog Camp concluded
Over 100 youth, several women join Panthers Party in Ward 16
Anti-Pakistan protest held in Jammu
CRPF's timely medical aid saves Budha Amarnath pilgrim's life
Conference on 'Save Constitution, Save Rights' held
People pins hopes on new Governor: MPE&J
BFDC hails appointment of Malik as new Governor
Dogra Front stages protest against stone pelters, ors
Dharma Shakti begins Sanskaram campaign
JKHR appeals to maintain peace, unity
DCC holds block presidents' meeting
JTC for implementation of PM's employment package
Ex Dir Info condemns attack on Dr Frooq Abdullah
Sikh community ignored politically, socially, economically: SAD
4th Natrang Theatre Festival concludes
Advisor Ganai to conduct public hearing in Srinagar on Aug 24
353 pilgrims pay obeisance at Amarnath cave shrine
Militants fire upon Army patrolling party
Trusted by several PMs, Vohra saw J&K overcome worst crises
Forest department retrieves 400 kanals of encroached land
Day after police inspector killed at Pulwama home, his son says 'miss my father a lot'
Amid fight between two groups, people demand establishment of Machail Mata Shrine Board
After swearing-in of Governor, J&K local body polls in offing
Notorious criminal held with country made pistol, live round
One booked, for sharing post of sacreligious act
Governor meets Advisors, CS; lists priority areas for focused attention
Guv, Advisor Kumar felicitate Bhanu Pratap for bringing laurels to JK
Dilapidated Dalher Morh-Incha road adding to woes of public
Youth dies of drug overdose
Dogra Sangathan holds protest against UEED department
Kissan Sabha holds convention, demands distt status for Billawar
Motorbike lifter held, 5 bikes recovered
POJK 1947 Sharnarthi Intellectual Forum organizes meeting
FCS&CA conducts drive, imposes fine
Anti encroachment drive must begin from Ministers, MLAs, MPs: Harsh
Inhabitants of Rahya, Suchaini stage protest against PHE deptt
Protest against PDD held at Mendhar
SSA teachers stage protest demonstration
PoJK refugees protest against Govt
Salal Power Station organizes Swachhta awareness program
87th birthday of neurotherapy founder celebrated
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