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Party has used them in Lok Sabha elections
Use and Throw Policy: BJP unlikely to give mandate to "tainted" MLAs
4/21/2014 12:39:37 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 20: After completion of the polling of two Parliament segments of Jammu region, over confident BJP has started preparations for the Assembly elections. The party has decided to contest coming Assembly elections with an aim to become part of the government. Credible sources in BJP said that party has started the process of preparing panels of candidates for Assembly segments. All leaders have been asked to start the process of preparing panels for the assembly polls. Party has decided to emphasize on atleast 25 seats of Jammu province, one seat of Kashmir region and two segments of Ladakh with an aim to be part of the government. Credible sources said that
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Passive for Jammu seats, J&K BJP leaders turn active for Amritsar
Camping in Punjab to canvass for party stalwart Arun Jaitley
4/21/2014 12:39:21 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 20: In yet another instance that speaks of irony and paradoxes in state unit of BJP, all senior leaders comprising top leadership of J&K have now converged at Amritsar for a specific task- canvassing for party stalwart Arun Jaitley who is contesting from this Parliamentary constituency. The irony is for the fact that what they did not do for their candidates on two seats of Lok Sabha in the Jammu region, is being given to understand , would be the role which in a way is self assigned task, albeit with a motive-to get registered in the eyes of this towering leader as also in trying to undo the damage with their 'still' performance in own state vis-a-vis their
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Former DIG likely to join NC, takes on Farooq Khan over poll rigging accusation
Amid poll frenzy two top cops on warpath .......
4/21/2014 12:39:05 AM
Sumit Sharma Jammu, Apr 20: Former DIG Israr Khan, better known as Lali Khan is likely to join National Conference. He gave indication to this effect during a seminar organized in a BEd college at Tarore in district Samba. However, Khan when contacted while expressing his willingness to join a political party did not divulge anything with regard to party's name. " Yes I want to be a politician for the betterment of society ....I am thinking to contest election of Legislative Assembly which is expected to be held after six months", a former SSP of the district Samba said. In the seminar, Khan lashed out at his colleague Farooq Khan, former IGP, who has joined BJP recently. Khan's
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As Dr Farooq Abdullah drops one bomb after other, election authorities continue to be in deep sleep mode
Wants bombs, bullets to wipe out PDP
4/21/2014 12:38:50 AM
Jehangir Rashid SRINAGAR, Apr 20: Over the past one week or so, National Conference President, Dr. Farooq Abdullah has issued two statements that could have easily landed him into trouble but Alas! That was not to be, thanks to the non-seriousness of election authorities of Jammu & Kashmir. Dr. Farooq Abdullah who is the National Conference-Congress coalition candidate for Srinagar-Budgam-Ganderbal Lok Sabha seat virtually dropped a bombshell when he held People’s Democratic Party responsible for the militant attack on the Youth National Conference leader, Yawar Masoodi's residence at Pampore on Sunday last (April 13). The statement was startling since it was directed towards a part
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Dangerpora people disallow election rally at Eidgah
4/21/2014 12:38:36 AM
Syed Tahir Bukhari BARAMULLA, Apr 20: A day after Higher Education Minister, Mohammad Akbar Lone was forced to cancel his meeting with party workers at Shahgund-Hajin in North Kashmir's Bandipora district, residents of a Sopore village forced the coalition workers to pull down a stage at a religious place. Reports reaching here said that locals of Dagerpora village of volatile Sopore town in North Kashmir's Baramulla district forced the National Conference-Congress alliance workers to remove the stage from religious place after youth pelted stones on workers besides the stage today. The National Conference-Congress alliance workers had to face public wrath, after locals disallowed the
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ARO Kishtwar seeks FIR against SP, calls for ECI's intervention
Polling staff hold protest against SP for misbehaving with ARO
4/21/2014 12:38:24 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Kishtwar, Apr 20: Assistant Returning Officer 51 Kishtwar Assembly Segment Mohammad Hanief Malik who also happens to be the Additional Deputy Commissioner with powers of Additional District Magistrate today directed Station House Police Officer Kishtwar to register an First Information Report (FIR) against Superintendent of Police , Sanjay Kotwal for misbehaving with him besides hindering the election process. As per reports, the ARO wrote a detailed letter to Election Commissioner of India (ECI) wide letter No. ARO51-K/2014/216-225 dated 20-04-2014 seeking the commission's intervention with regard to misbehavior/misconduct by SP Kishtwar thereby hindering Election
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R&B Minister invites public wrath as Doda-Kishtwar roads slurp more blood
4/21/2014 12:37:50 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 20: With several more precious lives lost to bloody roads of Doda- Kishtwar the previous day, criminal indifference of the government has resurfaced once again. Since long, people of the area have been crying that torrential rain has damaged all roads in Doda and Bhaderwah including the Batote-Kishtwar national highway but the government hasn't taken cognizance of the situation. The Roads and Buildings and Transport departments are in deep slumber over the prevailing situation in the area which has seen more loss of life on roads than to militancy. Despite the fact that the R&B Minister hails from the area, he is working overtime to appease Kashmiri leadersh
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Kids faint in Omar's rally
4/21/2014 12:37:19 AM
Saahil Suhail Anantnag, Apr 20: Several children who had came along with their parents to attend Omar Abdullah's public rally in Khiram village of Bijbehara area of Assembly constituency felt unconscious. "Children between age group of 8-12 fainted as people in thousands turned to attend the gathering." eyewitness said. They said that security officers and National Conference activists later helped the children and took them away from the rally. Pertinently, Omar Abdullah as Chief Mini
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PDP files complaint against Farooq, seeks FIR
4/21/2014 12:34:44 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, April 20: Seeking registration of an FIR against National Conference President and NC's candidate from Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, who had claimed 'if he had resources he would attack the PDP'; the Peoples Democratic Party filed a complaint in Police Station, Rajbagh the previous day. A PDP spokesman said that though the application was accepted, police avoided giving the receipt of the application, which is required under law. The Spokesman said by refusing to formally register an FIR the police are conveying a clear bias in favor of the ruling party candidate who had issued serious threats to the PDP. "The statement of Dr Faroo
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Geelani's statement draws a hornet's nest
He is beating about the bush: KPs
4/21/2014 12:34:33 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 20: The hardliner Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani's statement has drawn a hornet's nest with BJP as well as Kashmiri Pandits out rightly rejecting the statement as baseless. Taking serious exception to the statement, Kashmiri Pandit organisations accused the Hurriyat hardliner of trying to defame BJP and create hurdles in its march to capture power at Delhi. The KPs are apprehensive that Hurriyat leader's statement is outcome of a big conspiracy hatched either by certain vested elements who are making last minute bid to stop BJP to come to power at Centre or at behest of Pakistan which has launched a tirade against Narendera Modi and BJP. The KP organ
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Fearing defeat, Shariq tries to woo pro-Pakistan Geelani
Kashmir's Election Scene
4/21/2014 12:33:39 AM
Rustam JAMMU, Apr 20: All the three National Conference Lok Sabha candidates Farooq Abdullah (Srinagar), Mehboob Beg (Anantnag) and Sharif-ud-Din Shariq (Baramulla) are in deep trouble. Fearing defeat at the hands of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) candidates Mehbooba Mufti (Anantnag), Muzaffar Hussain Beig (Baramulla) and Tariq Hamid Karra (Srinagar), the NC candidates have not only unleashed a no-holds-barred campaign against their potential political rivals and have been terming them divisive and communal, but also threatening New Delhi, the PDP leadership and its supporters and seeking support from hardcore pro-Pakistan separatists and fanatics like Syed Ali Shah Geelani. It wa
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Task not easy for weak, divided Congress
Election in Ladakh
4/21/2014 12:33:18 AM
Neha JAMMU, Apr 20: The people of Ladakh will go to the polls on May 7 to elect their representative to the 16th Lok Sabha. The Congress has fielded ex-MLA T Samphel in the constituency and the BJP ex-MP Thupstan Chhewang, son-in-law of the Queen of Ladakh, Rani Parvati. Samphel is the coalition candidate. Till the other day, it was believed that the election would be between the Congress-NC combine and the BJP and the former had an edge over the latter. The belief stemmed from the fact that Samphel enjoyed the support of Rigzin Jora, a minister in the Omar Abdullah Cabinet and the Ladakh Automous Hill Council, Leh. Things changed dramatically in the region on Saturday with two very inf
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Overloading goes on unabated, traffic police mute spectator
Life at risk on Poonch-Rajouri road
4/20/2014 11:18:35 PM
M S Nazki POONCH, Apr 20: Taking advantage of severe shortage of staff in the Traffic Department, private buses continue to flout rules and regulations thus putting thousands of lives at risk in twin border districts of Poonch and Rajouri. Ironically, every year hundreds of passengers lose their precious lives due to accident caused by overloading in the private transport vehicles here in these frontier districts. In fact, Poonch and Rajouri districts are known for deadly accidents. Hundreds of passengers were killed and thousands others wounded during the last few years. Sources in the Traffic and Transport Departments said that inadequate number of commercial vehicles and shortage o
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