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Under Kathua DC's nose, gun licences renewed in minutes
9/1/2018 10:49:39 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 1: Though thousands of fake gun licenses issued by the state authorities has become a major issue after the weapons were found used by criminals, there seems no let up in this business. Under the nose of Deputy Commissioner Kathua, the renewal of these gun-licenses has been going on unabated in return of hefty sum of amount that too without maintaining any official record. Even the gun licenses issued by the other district officials are also reportedly been renewed by officials at DC office Kathua. Sources informed Early Times that some touts, especially one from Shiva Nagar area of district Kathua, has been working overnight in the renewal of fake-gun licenses from the DC office. On one hand those having legal gun-licenses have to wait for months together to get their licenses renewed if they didn't grease the palms of officials, even after paying the fee but on the other hand, those having fake licenses got the same renewed within couple of minutes, by paying hefty amount to the touts. "As per guidelines, the licenses issued from district Ramba...
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Over 95,000 applications pending with SWD, no target revised since 2014
Widows, Old aged, Handicapped of Jammu region put to distress
9/1/2018 10:49:29 PM
Arun Singh Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 1: The tall claims of incumbent as well as previous governments of providing social security to the people of the State have totally deflated with the pendency of over 95,000 applications for pensions in various categories lying with the Social Welfare Department as the periodic revision of target has not been conducted since 2014. Sources told Early Times that in Jammu Province, there are 13,035 applications pending for sanction in the District Social Welfare Offices under widow pension schemes including 2,689 under National Social Assistance Programme and 10,346 under Integrated Social Security Scheme and the pendency is piling up with each ...
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Pak stooges get ready to sabotage Panchayat, Municipal polls in Kashmir
Hizbul commander threatens to attack candidates with Sulphuric acid
9/1/2018 10:49:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 1: The State Administrative Council announcing the schedule for the Municipal and Panchayat polls in Jammu and Kashmir has once again activated the Pakistan stooges present in the Valley. The separatists have started issuing statement asking people to stay away from the poll process and they (Pak stooges) enjoy complete backing of terror outfits. Recently the self styled commander of Hizbul-Mujahideen Riyaz Naikoo had warned the people of dire consequences if they take part in the Panchayat and local bodies polls. He had threatened of attacking them with Sulphuric acid and with bullets. "Get a shroud along with the election form," Naikoo was heard as having...
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BJP's 'Mission Kargil': Expenditure Rs 10 Crores, Seat One
Raina-Koul duo responsible for party's debacle
9/1/2018 10:48:58 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 1: Notwithstanding celebrations of the party, BJP's much publicized 'Mission Kargil' turned out to be a damp-squib because party won only one seat that too from a Buddhist dominated areas. BJP was expecting to win atleast 10 seats and it was all due to such high hopes that party had deputed all senior leaders for the campaigning. Ravinder Raina-Ashok Koul duo, which has completely made all party leaders irrelevant, is solely responsible for failure of the'Mission Kargil' because all decisions were taken by both of them. Credible sources said that an amount worth Rs 10 crore was pumped for 'Mission Kargil' because state leadership had assured the central l...
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Panchayat poll makes Apex Court to defer debate on Article 35-A
9/1/2018 10:48:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 1: It was expected after the counsels of the Kashmir centric political parties, the PDP and the National Conference, had pleaded for deferment of the petitions challenging the validity of Article 35-Aon the plea that they want peacein Kashmir during panchayat poll'. The Supreme Court has adjourned to January next year the hearing on a batch of petitions challenging the Constitutional validity of Article 35 A, which provides special rights and privileges to natives of Jammu and Kashmir, after taking note of submissions of the Centre and the state government that there was a law and order problem in the state. A Bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra was ...
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Former ARTO Reasi bypasses Transport Commissioner's guidelines
Issues over dozen route permits to vehicles inadmissible
9/1/2018 10:27:29 PM
Early Times Report Reasi, Sept 1: A former Assistant Regional Transport Officer Reasi has allegedly issued over a dozen route permits to the vehicles in connivance with agents, which were strictly prohibited in contravention of the order issued by the Transport Commissioner. Sources told Early Times that an ARTO, who was posted in Reasi district for brief period of four months in 2015 and during his tenure, he issued route permits to vehicles (TATA 407 single tyre) which were totally inadmissible in hilly districts as per Transport Commissioner's order. "During 2012, the then Transport Commissioner, in his order had directed all the district officers of hilly areas by restrictin...
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Ring Road projects fail to take off
PM inaugurated projects in March, work yet to begin
9/1/2018 10:27:19 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 1: The much-hyped Semi Ring Road projects in Jammu and Srinagar cities are turning out to be a big failure as the work is yet to begin in spite of allotment having been done in February this year. In May, PM Narendra Modi had been invited to inaugurate this project at Srinagar, but due to non-payment of fair compensation to the farmers whose land was acquired, the project is yet to be executed. Details available with Early Times reveal that Rs 939 crore semi ring road project was allotted to M/S RAMKY Infrastructure Ltd on February 28 this year. More than six months have passed but the work is yet to begin. The government has even failed to underta...
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Amid abduction of cop families, JKP busy with 'Run for Peace'
9/1/2018 10:27:08 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 1: Even as militants have started abduction of family members of Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel and have threatened to intensity such dastardly acts in the coming days, the JKP are busy with "Run For Peace" to be held in summer capital. Amid new threat from coward militants , the police are concentrating on holding of 'Run for Peace-2018' on September 2 from Lake View Police Golf Course, Srinagar, up to the University of Kashmir. Official said Director General of Police Dr SP Vaid is scheduled to flag off the event being conducted on September 2 at Lake View Police Golf Course Srinagar. Advisor to Governor J&K K Vijay Kumar will be the chief guest ...
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13 Inspectors, 24 SIs, PSIs, LSIs transferred
Protesters raising anti-national slogans in Mendhar booked for sedition, 5 arrested
Locals stage protest
'Controversial' bureaucrat M D Khan arrested for tampering date of birth
'War-like store' recovered
Tourism officials launch 'scandalous' recruitment drive
Construction of common facility centre by local Panchayat
ARTO Poonch office headless, people suffer
Crime Branch registers case against Khalid Sahni for fraud
Don't accept reports which sans dates: HC to registry
Court directs Apple India to replace defective mobile
HC directs RDD to convene DPC to settle promotion/regularization of in-charge BDOs
Stop harassing SSA, RMSA teachers: Manohar
Drug smugglers arrested in Jammu, 1.8 kg heroin seized
Young age girl consume Poison at Bari Brahamana
Need based, casual workers stage protest
Boria community calls on Prof Virender
Security guard arrested for murder of Krimchi temple's watchman
LWWS stages Nukkad play 'Andhvishwas'
Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan activists take out bike rally
Party's Stand on Article 35 A Clear
Get ready for panchayat, ULB polls: Congress asks workers
Raina should tender apology for "Hamara Guv" remarks: Jan
GGHSS Rehari celebrates Swachhata Pakhwada
Guv launches India Postal Payments Bank in J&K
PHE daily earners seek regularisation
Jammu Anganwadi Workers Protest Meagre Wage Hike
Hindi Pakhwada commences at Dulhasti Power Station
Dr. Liaqat Jafri to participate in International Urdu Mushaira
Food safety team challans restaurants for poor hygienic condition
Protest held at Kishtwar in support of Article 35 A
ASKPC blames Centre, J&K govt for denial of voting rights to over one lakh KPs
Budhal police foiled protest march
Udhampur District judiciary donates Rs 2,33,635 for Kerala Relief Fund
AAP Central Observer holds meeting of Districts Incharge
Chotta Manimesh Yatra to commence 14 September
VRS given SRTC workers hold protest demonstration
ReT teachers protest enter day 5
CHILDLINE Jammu organizes awareness programme
Discrimination with Jammu Youth: JKNPP
Hindi fortnight commences in NHPC office
Dogra Front demands constitution of Shrine Board for Machail Mata
Dieshive Singh emerges best athlete
SPCB team seizes banned polythene material
Teachers' hunger strike enters day 3
35 Kanal forest land retrieved
Slathia elected president of district bar association, Pawan as secretary
Dogra Brahman Sabha demands creation of Minority Commision
JKFMHW extends strike 5 days in support of demands
Governor should intervene to honour Dogra sentiment: Harsh
Mohan Choudhary holds workers meeting at Suchetgarh
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