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PM Modi may trifurcate J&K in next one or two months?
Big development
9/10/2018 11:11:51 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sep 10: If true, it is a great development. A report based on "credible sources in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on Monday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may change the political map of Jammu & Kashmir by dividing it and creating three Union Territories of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. The report has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is very serious about Jammu & Kashmir and he wants to resolve the J&K issues before the general elections of 2019. "That Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to resolve the Jammu & Kashmir problem could be gauged from the fact that he wants to resolve the Jammu & Kashmir issues during his first term itself. It is possible that he may himself in a month or so declare division of Jammu & Kashmir into three parts. According to top sources in the PMO, Narendra Modi Government is working out a scheme that would lead to the state's trifurcation. If all goes well, the Jammu & Kashmir's map would be changed and Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh would be created as Union Territories". The report has further said that "division of...
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Crores of tax payers' money spent over 'ineligible persons'
Has Guv admin unearthed biggest racket in JK dispensation?
9/10/2018 11:11:37 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: On Monday, the Governor administration virtually unearthed a biggest scandal within the state dispensation by weeding out more than eight thousand ineligible persons from social security schemes of the state. This has caused jittery within the political and administrative circles of the state as crores in the past were spent on such persons who have infiltrated into the names of the persons who are in need of the financial assistance. This has also unearthed a racket over how such people till date continued to remain in the list and why the government in the past had turned a blind eye towards such a worrisome trend. It also has put a question mark o...
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Disproportionate assets of tainted officials likely to be seized
Corrupt officials under GUV's scanner
9/10/2018 11:11:24 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Sept 10: Dozens of government employees have come under scanner of Governor Satya Paul Malik for their alleged involvement in corruption, ET has learnt. Sources also informed that the government is examining the disproportionate assets of various tainted officials and the in this regard formal cases are likely to be registered with the anti graft agencies in coming days. Highly placed administrative sources told early times that the government has already initiated the process for action against these tainted officers. The Governor's office at civil secretariat and Raj Bawan is monitoring the activities of these officials on day-to-day basis...
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Amit Shah not happy with prevailing anarchy in J&K BJP
9/10/2018 11:11:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: BJP national president Amit Shah has reportedly snubbed leaders from J&K for their desperation to form government in the State. Shah has asked party leaders to improve their image among the masses. Credible sources said Amit Shah has taken serious note of prevailing anarchy in the state unit of BJP where every leader is speaking in his/her own toner and tenor and there is no control of state leadership on these leaders. Sources said that every reports of bungling being conducted by the J&K BJP leaders have been reached before Shah. On the one hand Shah has files containing corruption of former BJP minister similarly on the other hand he has authentic...
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Around one dozen 'fishy' orders issued by MD Khan kept in abeyance by APD
9/10/2018 11:11:02 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, Sept 10: Around one dozen government orders and administrative approvals issued during the tenure of former Commissioner Secretary, Agriculture Production Department (APD) Mohammad Mehraj-ud-din Khan have been ordered to be kept in bay by his successor. Secretary APD, Manzoor Ahmad Lone issued a government order on September 7, 2018 asking for keeping in abeyance the orders as well as administrative approvals issued during Khan's tenure. According to the order as many as 11 government orders as well as administrative approvals have been nullified by Secretary APD. The government order issued by Lone also makes a mention of the references acc...
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Sajad Lone's dream to rule J&K shattered
9/10/2018 11:10:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: The dream of separatist turned mainstream politician Sajad Gani Lone to rule Jammu and Kashmir is almost shattered as the legislators of the Peoples Democratic Party who had offered him support seem to have turned their backs towards them. The PDP rebel leader Javed Hussain Beigh, who had joined the group led by Imran Raza Ansari, on Monday attended the PDP meeting which was chaired by the party president Mehbooba Mufti in Srinagar. Sources told Early Times that Sajad Lone, who has got only 2 MLAs in the 87 member Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, had conveyed to Bharatiya Janata Party that he enjoys the support of more than 15 PDP rebels. ...
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'Sifarshi' juniors hold posts meant for IAS, KAS officials
Babu sabotages complaint, victims seek Guv intervention
9/10/2018 11:10:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: In brazen violation of norms, some "influential" but junior officials have been enjoying plum postings actually meant only for IAS or KAS officials. Interestingly, even though this matter was brought to the notice of a senior bureaucrat, a middle rung official "sabotaged action." Official sources said a complaint had reached the office of the senior bureaucrat regarding the injustice meted out to the IAS and KAS officers working in the state as their juniors enjoy postings actually meant for the seniors. Some junior officials, all of whom happen to be Kashmiris, and have a "tainted" service record have been given posts of prominence in violation of nor...
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LC makes 'deliberate attempt to adjust blue eyed'
BCA, MCA qualifications for posts of Reporter, Translator
9/10/2018 11:10:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: The recently published advertisement by the Legislative Council for various posts is seen as ambiguous, particularly in the posts of Reporter and Translator wherein it has sought higher qualification in computer, in clear attempt to adjust some 'blue eyed'. Sources told Early Times that ever since the advertisement published by the Legislative Council, the qualifications required for the posts of Reporter and Translator has attracted the attention of the every one as the computer professional qualification has been given preference in above said posts, which has come as shock among the aspirants as generally the basic qualification of graduation or mast...
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Militants manage to recruit youths in Chenab valley
As police sleeps
9/10/2018 11:10:17 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report kishtwar, Sept 10: In a major intelligence failure, the Pakistan-based terror outfits like Hizbul Mujahideen and Lashker-e-Toiba have managed to recruit youths in Chenab valley for militancy. Reports coming in from various areas of Doda and Kishtwar districts says that several youths had joined militant organizations, and some of them have displayed their photographs holding AK-47 rifle on social media while few others are working as undercover agents who are providing logistic and financial support to the militants. This new phase of recruitment into militancy is taking place at a time when peace prevails in the area after militancy was almost wiped ...
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'Sophisticated' Cong leaders fail to enforce bandh in Jammu
9/10/2018 11:07:45 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 10: The publicized 'Bharat Bandh' call of the Congress party has failed to evoke any response in Jammu thanks to the sophistication among party leaders in the State. Facing wrath of the unprecedented hike in the prices of essential commodities, common masses in J&K were ready to support the bandh call but sophisticated Congress leaders have failed to establish communication with the people. Despite in the opposition for the last four-year, Congress leaders of...
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Pak PM Imran doesn't know what UN resolutions on J&K say
9/10/2018 11:04:15 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 10: The newly-appoint Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan doesn't know what he says and he, it appears, says what the Army tell him to say to keep the pot boiling in Jammu & Kashmir so that they continue to maintain control over Pakistan. That Pakistan Prime Minister Khan doesn't know even ABC of the UN resolutions on Jammu & Kashmir became clear the other day when he said that it was imperative to find a solution to Jammu and Kashmir issue under the UN resolutions for peace in the region. "Pakistan believed in peaceful coexistence and wanted to promote mutual cooperation with all its neighbours and the entire world on equal basis. It is imperative to find ...
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Now ICDS purchases Sub Standard “Channa”
Food Analyst gives negative report
9/10/2018 11:04:05 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 10: The Mission Directorate of Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) has once again been caught on the wrong foot as he has made purchases for sub standard "Channa"(grams) to be supplied to hundreds of Anganwari centers in Jammu region. Earlier the Directorate had made purchase of sub standard "Rattan" biscuits and after sustained campaign by Early Times the supply order was stopped by the administrative department. Details available with Early Times reveal that more than 50,000 quintals of Channa has been purchased for Jammu province and many samples are showing negative results under J&K Food Safety Act. A copy of the report given by Food Analyst J...
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FIR lodged against NHIDCL for criminal negligence
Death of Machail Mata pilgrims in road mishap
9/10/2018 11:01:18 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Sept 10: In a significant development, Kishtwar police today registered an FIR against National Highway of India Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL) over the issue of loss of precious lives in an accident three weeks ago at Kuligad. On 20-08-2018, at around 10:45 hours, a Matador and Car carrying Machail Mata devotees was struck by shooting stone/slide at Kuligad, in which some yatries died on spot while other got injured. On receipt of this information Police party reached the spot and shifted the died/injured persons to District Hospital Kishtwar/Government Hospital Thathri. The inquiry that was conducted into the incident found tha...
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Preparation for Local Bodies elections starts
9/10/2018 11:01:07 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, Sept 10: With authorities hinting at Local Bodies elections in December this year, political parties have started their activities. Some activists are leaving their parties or independents to join other political outfits on lucrative offers. The prospective candidates have started meeting public and enquiring their well being. It is pertinent to mention here that two prominent players Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and National Conference (NC) have announced not to participate in these elections in protest against raking up of the issue of scrapping Article 35-A which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir state and under which if any...
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Non local labourers in Kishtwar allege harassment, seeks police intervention
9/10/2018 11:00:54 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Sept 10: Hundreds of non local labourers and masons hailing from West Bengal and Bihar today alleged harassment at the hands of some local unions who are allegedly forcing them to get registered with them and only carry out the works which the local union assigned them. As per the details available with Early Times, these non local laborers and masons today approached the Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar with written complaint seeking his intervention and action against the elements involved in harassing them. They stated that some union leaders have started harassing them as a result of which large number of them have already started shifting ...
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LOCAL NEWS
Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Youjna Week Observed
Noted writer Rita Jitendra dies during live show
"Save Rights Conference held
'Open Talk' organized by Rotary Club of Jammu
Have the posts been deliberately kept vacant?
SAC orders transfer of IAS, KAS officers
PDP gets shot in arm as 'rebel' MLA attends crucial party meet on panchayat, municipal polls
Despite accidents, minibuses without permits drive to Vaishno Devi
HC seeks report on Dal, Jhelum pollution; says its orders from 16 years of 'no avail'
Challan produced against then Tehsildar in trap case
Panchayat, municipal polls as per schedule: Chief Secretary
19 Health Institutions found locked during surprise checking
Border residents hold protest, oppose construction of bunkers
VOJ produces challan against then revenue officials
Speaker Legislative Assembly meets Governor
Rana concerned over leakage of tunnels; asks NHAI to carry out immediate safety audit
Advisor Kumar, CS visit South Kashmir districts
Advisor Ganai meets public delegations at Jammu
Industry - Academia partnership to bridge skill gap for job market- Parvez Ahmed
Shooting of Hindi film "Dil To Hai Dil" completed
BKS organizes Dogri Dance Show
NCC Training Camp conducted
Power shut down
3 years RI and fine Rs 1lac to BSNL Employee
SSKM presents "Sangeet Sandhya"
Dy, Custodian Rajouri stop & demolished illegal construction
ESRM stages street play "Apna Haath Jagannath"
SPIC MACAY begins Kendriya Vidyalaya J&K Series
Sikh organizations hold meeting, call for unity among community
Govt orders deduction of day's salary of employees
HC quashes FIR against EO Udhampur
JSS Kathua shines in Taekwondo
GGHSS holds community participation lecture under Swachhata Pakhwada
Degree Holder JEs appeal Governor for Justice
22 district-wise grievance cells to come up in state
Govt forms panels for smooth conduct of municipal, panchayat polls
Omar Abdullah Rules out any tie-up with BJP
JDA warns people against fraud, illegal sales of land
Pakistani troops violate ceasefire along LoC
Get ready for 2019 elections to ensure nation's unchecked progress: SS Bijral
PHE workers and land donors stage protest against administration
JKReTTF starts hunger strike in favor of their demands
Indefinite chain hunger strike of TJAC enters day 12
RWA raises issues with Dy Registrar Cooperatives
One Step Centre for Women established
Delegation of PPMT calls on advisor Ganai
24 hours hunger strike of ReT teachers commenced
MGNREGA workers hold protest
BIS students participate in WELMUN conference
DSEJ presents Satyawati awards
DPS students win medals in badminton championship
NGO seeks CBI probe in Rassana case
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