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Jammu bears brunt of Covid deaths again!
Winter capital records highest mortality rate
1/21/2022 11:23:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: Jammu is yet again “bearing the brunt” of the Covid mortalities raising questions if the J&K government had learnt no lessons from the second wave when the winter capital region witnessed majority of deaths due to the pandemic. In the last around a week, Jammu province has been witnessing maximum number of deaths due to the Covid in the Union Territory, while the administration is accused of focusing on “promotion of tourism.” The official documents accessed by the Early Times highlight the “alarming mortality” due to the pandemic in the region raising eyebrows over the working of the Jammu and Kashmir administration, which is already facing severe criticism from public circles for “failure on numerous fronts.” As per the official documents, on January 17, 2827 new positive cases of novel Corona virus (COVID-19), 1093 from Jammu division and 1734 from Kashmir division, were reported. On the day as many as five Covid deaths were reported from Jam...
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J&K Admin’s lockdown order creates chaos, confusion
1/21/2022 11:22:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: The government’s decision to impose a lockdown from Friday 2pm till Monday morning 6 am created chaos and confusion in Jammu region today. The J&K administration on late Thursday evening had issued an order stating that restrictions on the movement of non-essential commodities will be applicable from Friday afternoon till Monday morning. However, the traders resented the order and the president of Jammu Chambers Commerce and Industries (JCCI) Arun Gupta took up the matter with the concerned officials. After Gupta’s intervention the administration modified the order and announced that the lockdown will start from Friday 9pm. “The J&K administration mi...
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Irony! Locals weep for jobs; J&K Govt signs MoUs with outsiders
1/21/2022 11:22:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: As the local men are weeping to get jobs, the Jammu and Kashmir administration is busy signing Memorandums of Understanding with the outsiders to get in more investments in the Union Territory. Chairperson of District Development Council Kishtwar has been sitting on a dharana in the Kishtwar town against the discrimination being faced by the locals. “There are many power projects in Kishtwar and the companies constructing these projects are not employing ...
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SPF’s exposure authenticates ‘dedication’ of LG’s Secretariat’s staff members
1/21/2022 11:22:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: A couple of days back, members of the Sikh Progressive Front (SPF) made a startling revelation that a memorandum submitted by the Front to the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has been misplaced from LG’s Secretariat. With such exposure, LG’s Secretariat faced embarrassment because it reflects how serious are the staff members of the Secretariat to deal with burning issues of the different sections of the society. President of SPF Balvinder Singh informed their delegation called on LG J&K on March 4, 2021, to highlight certain important issues pertaining to Sikh Community, and accordingly, a memorandum was also submitted to him highlighting in detail ...
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Misappropriation of Govt money looms large in JK
Rs 82 lakh shown incurred on project that never existed on ground
1/21/2022 11:21:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: A whopping amount of Rs 82 lakh has been shown incurred on the project that never existed on the ground, raising a serious suspicion over the misappropriation of government money in the already cash-starved erstwhile state. As per the documents in possession of Early Times newspaper, J&K Cable Car Corporation Limited released in July 2017 Rs 78 lakh to J&K Housing Board for execution of sub-project ‘Development of tourist facilities around Khusalsar Lake’. However, no works were executed by the Board as the area was not identified/ demarcated by the Project Authority. As a result, the subproject was dropped in February 2019 by the GoI. As per the utili...
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Bari Brahmana PHC continues to operate from rented building; single doctor, little infrastructure
Many a slip between cup and the lip
1/21/2022 11:21:46 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 21: Despite claims from the people at helm that the health sector in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir has undergone a sea change the situation on the ground suggests that nothing has change of the people. The Primary Health Centre (PHC) at Bari Brahmana inaugurated by then minister and legislator Manjit Singh in 2003 continues to operate from a rented building. Over the past 19 years or so there has been no improvement with the health department failing to acquire a full-fledged building. The residents of the Bari Brahmana and the adjoining areas are aghast over the matter and said that in absence of a proper building the health sector has not develop...
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Power scenario in Kashmir becoming worse
JD (U) urges LG, Principal Secy to intervene
1/21/2022 11:21:26 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Jan 21: As the winter strikes to summer capital all the promises made by PDD to the general public gets frozen. In a joint press statement, JDU State General Secretary Sanjay Dhar, Vivek Bali State Secretary, PL Pandita Chairman Migrants J&K appealed to Power Development Department to stop unscheduled power curtailment during this winter season in whole Kashmir valley. JD (U) leaders said that PDD has forced people to face winter conditions with continuous unsch...
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Like other schemes of J&K Govt, MoU with cricket
Suresh Raina is also confined only on papers
1/21/2022 11:20:55 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: Humiliating defeats of Jammu and Kashmir cricket teams in different tournaments during the last year have authenticated allegations that all claims to develop sports in the Union Territory are confined only on papers like other schemes. In November 2020, the Jammu and Kashmir Government, with much publicity, had a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Suresh Raina Cricket Academy to develop budding cricketers of J&K to national and international level. While signing the MoU it was announced that aim of this agreement was to launch a comprehensive training programme at a professional level. Ace Cricketer Suresh Raina will hone the skills of the talente...
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‘Is Jammu region likely to plunge into darkness again from Feb 5?’
Power employees give ultimatum of 15 days to Govt for resolution of their demands
1/21/2022 11:20:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21: Power Employees are again up in arms against the government accusing the later of not honouring the agreement regarding resolution of their long pending demands which was done with the administration during their agitation. The employees’ body has given ultimatum of 15 days to the Government that if process regarding their demands was not started soon then they have kept their option open of protest again. It is pertinent to mention that huge power crisis was witnessed in several parts of Jammu region during agitation in the month of December 2021. General Secretary Jammu and Kashmir Power Employees and Engineering Coordination Committee strongly re...
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Day 3: DDC Chairperson Kishtwar refuses to budge
1/21/2022 10:48:41 PM
ASIF IQBAL NAIK Early Times Report KISHTWAR, Jan 21: District Development Council Chairperson Pooja Thakur continue to sit on Dharna at Dam site of 1000 MW Pakal-Dool Power Project on 3rd consecutive day today and refuse to budge even after Divisional Commissioner Jammu Dr. Ragav Langhar had requested her to lift the Dharna and assured her that he will personally visit Kishtwar and discuss whole issues with her for on spot redresser. DDC Chairperson Kishtwar on Wednesday decided to sit on Dh...
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Material, Labour payments made against non-exiting work by BDO Thuroo
Locals demand probe, recovery of misappropriated public money
1/21/2022 10:48:26 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 21: Despite repeated promises of the UT administration to bring transparency and end corruption in J&K nothing has changed on ground, as Block Development Office (BDO) Thuroo in district Reasi made payment for labour and material against non-existing work. The BDO Thuroo has made total payment of Rs 1.61 Lakhs for construction of "lane steps" Laqit Ali House to Main Road w. no. 8, Panchyat Thuroo-A 1. "Between 23rd January 2020 to 15th May 2020 Rs 109656 (as shee...
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Admin 'reluctant' to disclose information under RTI against 'influential' naib sarpanch
1/21/2022 10:47:59 PM
AJAY SHARMA Early Times Report SUNDERBANI, Jan 21: 'Demeaning' the very sanctity ofRight to Information (RTI) Act, administration in Sunderbani is allegedly playing in the hands of an influential naib sarpanch to suppress information pertaining to the flour mill. According to sources, an RTI was filed in the office of ADC in December last year, but despite passage of more than one and half month, no information is provided. "RTI was pertaining to the permissions and approvals received by the naib sarpanch for establishing flour mill in the area, despite the fact that there is a veterinary hospital and government school in the close proximity of the site," said sources, adding that the ...
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District Admin Reasi under scanner over FRA claims clearance, DFO not taken on board in approval of claims
'Charity beyond law is cruelty with others'
1/21/2022 10:47:53 PM
RAJESH TANDON Early Times Report POONCH, Jan 21: The District Administration Reasi has come under scanner over the clearance of Forest Right Act (FRA) claims as the concerned Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) was reportedly not taken on board before giving clearance to the proposed claims. As per document information available with the Early Times, the around eight claims were received by the District Level Committee (DLC) with recommendation from the Sub District Level Committee (SDLC) Reasi for granting of rights under Schedule Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers Act 2006. The said cases were discussed in the District Level Committee in the meeting held on 16-09-2021 in abse...
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Ayushman Health Card loses relevance as outsiders denied benefits in J&K
1/21/2022 10:47:39 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Jan 21: The Ayushman Bharat health card was launched by the ministry of health with the objective that this would entail the benefits to the people at any health centre in any part of country however in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir different parameters are applied. People belonging to the different parts of the country discharging different jobs in Jammu are denied the benefits of the Ayushman Bharat card. The health institutions in the private sector in Jammu are denying surgeries to the patients saying that they cannot give benefits to them as they live outside Jammu & Kashmir. The people especially the poor masses have urged LG Manoj Sinha to person...
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Dilapidated roads, choked drains mock smart city claims in posh Gandhi Nagar area
1/21/2022 10:37:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 21:Much to the surprise that Jammu is going to be a smart city in near future yet the claims fall flat because the posh area like Gandhi Nagar sans the basic infrastructure of roads and drains right from the District Police Lines onwards sources said here today. Some prominent locals of the area while talking to Early Times alleged that this area is a posh locality of Jammu city in name only but the condition of roads is so dilapidated and the drainage syst...
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