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Martyred SI sent by ambulance to native place in Udhampur
Batch mates aghast over 'disrespect'
11/18/2017 11:05:26 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: In a highly embarrassing move, the body of martyred Sub Inspector of Jammu and Kashmir police-Imran Tak was sent to DPL Udhampur by road in an old ambulance from Srinagar DPL, thus causing great resentment among his batch mates, who termed it 'disrespect' to the son of soil. According to sources, Imran Tak attained martyrdom while fighting terrorists in Gulabbagh, Srinagar yesterday, but instead of managing chopper to transport his body from Srinagar to his native village in Udhampur, the administration preferred ambulance. "This is highly deplorable act on the part of police administration, which could not manage chopper for the martyred officer," said one of the batch mates of Imran, adding that the entire fraternity is aghast over the differential treatment against the son of the soil. Terming it disrespect to the martyr, batchmate wishing anonymity said that the officer died fighting terrorism in the state and he deserved proper protocol, whic...
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Toyota Innova purchased for VC
JU luxurious car fleet expands
11/18/2017 11:05:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Giving a damn to controversies arose over purchase of luxurious cars the administration of University of Jammu this week purchased a new SUV for vice chancellor. Insiders informed that throwing austerity measures adopted by former Vice Chancellor, Prof MPS Ishar to prevent misuse of official cars during his tenure, the number of cars in incumbent's cavalcade jumped to four, including three SUVs and an Ambassador car. "A new Toyota Innova car worth Rs 25 lacs has been purchased by the University despite, a existing huge fleet", sources said and added that on Tuesday, the new SUV appeared in the campus. "The administration has decided the car in past, but...
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4 to 5 cases of deadly disease reported in GMC&H daily
Cancer turns second biggest killer in State
11/18/2017 11:05:07 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Cancer cases are increasing at an alarming rate in Jammu and Kashmir, as four to five cases of cancer are reported in Government Medical College and Hospital Jammu on an average daily, but efforts to deal with the disease have been sluggish. It is pertinent to mention that over 10 lakh new cases of cancer are diagnosed every year in India. However, due to late diagnosis, over 7 lakh people die of the diseases each year. Indian Council of Medical Research (IMCR) shows that India is likely to have over 17.3 lakh new cases of cancer and over 8.8 lakh deaths due to the disease by 2020. As per data, the State has an estimated 29841, 30855, ...
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Four months on, Chopra Nursing Home remains closed for repairs
Patients suffer, exchequer bleeds
11/18/2017 11:04:55 PM
GS Asgotra Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Four months since it was closed down for renovation in August, Sir Colonel R N Chopra Nursing Home is waiting for the repair and renovation work to start. Sources informed Early Times that on August, 1 of 2017, the Government Medical College & Hospital (GMC&H) issued a circular wherein it was informed that Sir Colonel RN Chopra Nursing Home was being closed for renovation, but ironically hitherto no Detail Project Report (DPR) has been made and no tender has been floated for works so far. "A conspiracy was hatched by administration to close down this nursing home which was established and inaugurated by the then Chief Minister, Dr Farooq Abdu...
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Majid's surrender upsets terrorist handlers in PoK, Pakistan
11/18/2017 11:04:43 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 18: The footballer turned Lashkar militant, Majid Khan, surrendering before the Army has upset the terrorist handlers sitting across the Line of Control, sources told Early Times. They said a hate campaign has been launched against Majid on the social media and what's up groups. "Maximum of these social media accounts, which are spreading hatred against Majid, have their administrators sitting in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and in Pakistan," sources added. A politician said the hate campaign launched by terrorist handlers sitting across the LoC should serve as an eye opener for those people who advocate the cause of Pakistan and instigate youth to tak...
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Was Geelani not under house arrest on Friday? Separatists want to know!
11/18/2017 11:04:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Was Hurriyat-(G) Chairman and pro-Pakistani hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani not under "house detention" this Friday? This is the question doing the rounds in the separatist circles in Kashmir. Insiders said the security forces had not kept any restrictions on Geelani this Friday ahead of the congregational prayers but the leader didn't come out of this house in Hyderpora locality of Srinagar. What has created doubts in the minds of separatists is that the Hurriyat didn't issue any "customary statement" to "condemn" that Geelani was kept under detention. "While we had heard from police sources that Geelani was not under house arrest what made the input authen...
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Congress committed a blunder by bringing back Sheikh to power
Remembering Indira Gandhi
11/18/2017 11:04:27 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Sunday is a great day in the political history of India; it's the birthday of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Her contribution was just spectacular. She would always be remembered for the division of Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh out of Pakistan as a sovereign and independent nation. It is, however, a mater of regret that she converted the great Army victory in the battlefield into a great diplomatic defeat on the negotiating table at Shimla an year later. However, when it comes to Jammu & Kashmir, she doesn't evoke any favourable response from the people of the state in general andJammu and Ladakh in particular. The reasons are not for to see...
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Tug of war between Farooq Abdullah and Hurriyat leaders
11/18/2017 11:04:12 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 18: Political observers keeping a close watch on the political developments in the state believe that Farooq Abdullah is purposefully raising the issue of PoJK and desperately seeking to reach out to the disgruntled Kashmiri population who always rallied behind separatists to realize their dream of 'Azadi' or Pakistan. By hitting out against the Azadi brigade led by Hurriyat Conference Farooq Abdullah is showing them the mirror too. Ever since the National Investigating Agency (NIA) has started investigating the cases of routing 'hawala' money to fuel unrest in theKashmir valley, their credibility has nose-dived and common people on the streets have stopped ...
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Dearth of doctors in hospitals, Govt refers vacant posts to PSC
11/18/2017 10:50:53 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 18: The vacant posts of doctors in different hospitals of the state are likely to be filled soon as the government has claimed that it has referred above 400 posts to the public service commission to be filled. One of the top officials of health department told Early Times that the government has referred the vacant post of doctors to state public service commission (SPSC) for filling vacancies in the hospitals. "The process for appointment to these posts is almost in the final stages. Things are moving very fast. We are hopeful that we will receive the selection list in next two months," the official maintained insisting not to be nam...
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Gives weightage to its Standing Orders ?
PSC again violates RTI Law
11/18/2017 10:50:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: Inspite of the fact that incumbent Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) issued more than 5 orders against Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission (PSC) during last 8 months, the PSC officers continue to give weight-age to its standing orders and throws law to winds. In a recent reply to an information seeker , the Public Service Commission PSC has told in its written reply that as per "Standing Orders" of the commission (PSC) , OMR sheets cannot be displayed till the selection process is completed. Details available with Early Times reveal that on behalf on aggrieved State Civil Service aspirants , an application was filed by Jammu & Kashmir RTI Mo...
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Police detain former HUJI militant, Sr police officials rush to Kishtwar
11/18/2017 10:50:27 PM
Early Times Report kishtwar, Nov 18: Police on the basis of the specific input given by the Kashmir Police detained a former Harkat ul Jehade Islami militant from Kishtwar after he was reportedly surfaced in photographs with some active militants of Kashmir valley believe to be recovered by the police from some militants. The sources informed the "Early Times" that a police party from Police Station Kishtwar during late night raided at his residence picked him up for questioning after senior police officials received input from intelligence agencies about the suspect involvement of the said former militant who remained in jail for his involvement in subversive activities for more than si...
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If Govt tackles unemployment problem war against militants is won
11/18/2017 10:50:18 PM
#Behind the veil# Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 18: If only 15 militants have been arrested in Kashmir during the last four months it is not a meagre achievement. Since militants have been tasked to kill, to engage security forces in encounters and attack security pickets and convoys with bombs and grenades arrest of 15 militants is no mean progress. One should feel proud of the security forces for having nabbed 15 militants. What about those several hundred who have carved out their hideouts in various parts of Kashmir? Sometimes the police say there are only 80 militants left in Kashmir and on other occasion the same police say there are 130 militants operating in the Kashmir ...
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LeT Chief Zaki-ur Rehman's nephew among 6 foreign militants, IAF commando killed in gunfight
Major success for security forces: DGP
11/18/2017 10:49:58 PM
S T Haq Early Times Report Bandipora (Hajin), Nov 18: Six militants, including nephew of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi of Lashkar-e Toiba (LeT) terror outfit and an Indian Air Force (IAF) commando were killed, and an army jawan sustained injuries in an encounter that erupted between militants and security forces at Chandergeer village of Hajin in north Kashmir's Bandipora district. A top police official while talking to Early Times said, "Security forces had received specific intelligence input...
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