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Local Bodies department tramples Model Code of Conduct, carries out transfers of officials
10 officials transferred by virtue of 2 orders
10/30/2014 12:25:30 AM
Jehangir Rashid SRINAGAR, Oct 29: Enforcement of Model Code of Conduct (MCC) in view of the upcoming Assembly elections has remained a distant dream so far since departments are carrying out transfers and postings of officials without any accountability whatsoever. The Urban Local Bodies department transferred or posted 10 employees after the imposition of MCC in the state. The department issued two orders regarding these transfers. The department gave back date to one of the orders while as the second order has been shown to be issued on October 25. On October 25, when Election Commission of India announced the dates for Assembly elections in the state the MCC came into effect in the st
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Mission 44 Plus Or Mission Impossible?
Assembly Elections
10/30/2014 12:25:19 AM
BJP faces candidate crisis in Kashmir, new entrants refuse to contest Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 29: The "over ambitious" Mission 44 plus of the Bharatiya Janta Party in Jammu and Kashmir is all set to turn into a "flop show" as the party is finding it difficult to locate the candidates at least in Kashmir region for the forthcoming Assembly polls slated to begin next month. Sources told Early Times that the new entrants who have joined the party are "refusing to contest" the polls as they fear that they may face a "humiliating defeat" as barring a few none of them are that popular among the masses in Kashmir. "Among the new entrants Dr Hina Bhat daughter of the former Congres
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'Foolish' Son Exposes Dabang DIG Dad
Posts pictures of lavish style on internet to impress others
10/30/2014 12:24:45 AM
K Koushal JAMMU, Oct 29: The businessman son of Deputy Inspector General of JK Police has stirred a hornet's nest by posting the pictures about the lavish life style of his father on a social networking site, in which the youth has ostensibly boasted about the Dabang lifestyle of his father. In an apparent abuse of power, the DIG is shown exploiting subordinates and living like a "King." It seems father would have to pay a heavy price for his son's "foolish act" 'Dad and I' as the Direc
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SC directs J&K Govt to place SIT report on record
10/30/2014 12:23:11 AM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 29: The Supreme Court has directed State Government to place within six weeks the report of Special Investigation Team into the killing of teenager Wamiq Farooq in Old City here in 2010. "Learned senior counsel for the petitioners (State of J&K) is directed to place the outcome of the deliberations of the Special Investigation Team on the record of this case within six weeks," apex court's Division Bench comprising Justices Jagdish Singh Khehar and Arun Mishra said while hearing SLP filed by the State Government against High Court order in 2011. The High Court had dismissed the Revision Petition filed by the Government, challenging the trial Court's o
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Feeling suffocated in LS, Beigh wants to return to LA
Threatens to quit if demand not met
10/30/2014 12:22:04 AM
ET Report JAMMU, Oct 29: The internal party rivalry could mar the chances of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) which is hoping to emerge as the single largest party. Former Finance Minister Muzaffar Hussain Beigh has reportedly threatened to quit the party if he is not brought back to state politics. Source said Beigh has been holding back channel communication with a major national party. Source said Beigh had dropped hints that he could give support to it also. Beigh was reluctant from day first to contest for the Parliamentary elections but was forced to contest by party patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. He showed his displeasure by not participating in any debate in the Parliament, qui
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Students seeking hard earned degree certificates harassed
Anarchy mars JU Degree section
10/30/2014 12:21:15 AM
GS Asgotra JAMMU, Oct 29: Anarchy prevailing in certain sections of the administration in University of Jammu has become a reason for harassment and embarrassment for the students who turn up for their important chores. The harassment of students can be easily witnessed in the Degree section, where they are being forced to submit their documents, time and again and even after the lapse of three to four months of submitting application forms along with all relevant documents, their hard earned degrees are not delivered to them. "Nearly three and half months back, I had applied for degree of Graduation. You can imagine the height of carelessness and nonsense that in the last three months,
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‘Cremation delayed is cremation denied’
A woman's cremation was delayed because "some" security personnel in Capt Dewan's funeral did not allow her body to be taken to pyre
10/30/2014 12:21:04 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Oct 29: Amazingly, a woman's cremation at Jogi Gate here was on Tuesday delayed for over 40 minutes after "some" security personnel, who were accompanying some politicians in the funeral procession of Capt Dewan, ADC to the last Dogra ruler, Maharaja Hari Singh, did not allow her body to be carried to the pyre which was next to that of Dewan. It so happened that when rituals were being performed on the body of Dewan before consigning it to flames, the body of a woman was too brought there for cremation. Those, who were carrying the body on their shoulders and the mourners accompanying them, faced a great difficulty to push through the people who had gathered ther
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ECI miffed, asks them to open separate bank account for poll expenses
Candidates spend money to lure voters!
10/30/2014 12:20:53 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Oct 29: Election Commission of India has taken a strong note about candidates trying to lure voters by spending money. It has cautioned them of stern action if they fail to mend their ways. Sources told Early Times that ECI has issued a circular to Chief Electoral Officer stating that it has received the complaints about some candidates, who are contesting the forthcoming assembly elections in the state, offering money to the voters for ensuring their support. "By doing so these candidates are violating the ECI norms," the circular states. In order to prevent this practice ECI in a written communiqué to the Chief Electoral Officer has made it mandatory for
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Statutes overlooked by Examination wing, results not being declared on time
Students in dilemma at JU
10/30/2014 12:20:39 AM
Avinash Azad JAMMU, Oct 29: Being an A Grade University' Accredited by NAAC, the University of Jammu is falling pathetically short of its commitments towards students made in statues as it is taking more than double the time fixed to declare results in 45 days. Information obtained under RTI reveals that the Examination wing of the University falls far beyond time frame fixed for declaration of results of examination being conducted by the institution of higher education. "The Examination wing declared results of re-evaluation in 90 days for a single candidate in first semester of MDP in Psychology, Buddhist Studies, Music, Zoology, Education and Sanskrit. From December/ January 2012-13"
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Party leaders denied mandate challenge Omar, Wani on their home turf
NC needs no Opposition!
10/30/2014 12:20:26 AM
Javaid Naikoo SRINAGAR, Oct 29: Senior functionaries of the National Conference (NC) who were denied mandate in the ensuing Assembly elections have dared Omar Abdullah to contest from Ganderbal against them. They have come out openly against the Chief Minister and his confidant Nasir Wani who had marginalized senior leadership of the party and gained undue importance in the organization. Mohammad Yousuf Bhat, former NC worker while talking to Early Times said that 'he would be delighted if Omar Abdullah contested upcoming Assembly elections against him on his home turf and dared that leaders like Omar cannot contest and win. Giving vent to their anger, the former worker of the party said,
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Farooq's absence would further harm the NC
Assembly polls
10/30/2014 12:20:13 AM
Rustam JAMMU, Oct 29: The NC is passing through a very critical phase. Actually, its decline started in 2002, when Omar Abdullah -- who was imposed on the state despite the fact that he was a green-horn in politics and that J&K was a very complicated State - was charged with responsibility of leading the party in the Assembly elections. Significantly, Omar Abdullah who contested from the Ganderbal Assembly constituency not only lost the election to the PDP candidate but the party's strength under his leadership was reduced from 57 to 28. In other words, under the leadership of Omar Abdullah, the NC's tally was reduced by more than 50 per cent. Farooq Abdullah had campaigned only in a few c
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Mananu GMS without headmaster
Neglect of Education department
10/29/2014 11:52:17 PM
Shiv Dev Thakur Jammu, Oct 29: Children studying in Govt. Middle School of village Mananu in district Samba are unable to get proper education as the education department has failed to fulfill the coveted post of Headmaster. Reliable sources told Early Times that the negligent behavior of education department is seen as a reason for the falling standards in the government run schools. Reports suggest that there are only 4 teachers in Mananu school for 120 students. Reports added that the school is functioning without headmaster for the past ten months. A primary school in a nearby village, Palth is also facing similar problems. Two teachers, reports said, have to handle fifty stud
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Congress releases list of 15 candidates
Fields former NC man from Ganderbal
10/29/2014 11:51:56 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Oct 29: After the Election Commission India's announcement to hold assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, present partner in coalition, Congress, today released list of fifteen candidates for the first phase of elections. The list was released by Madhusudan Mistry, General Secretary, in charge CEC who according to spokesman have nod from the central election committee. The candidates are Faqir Mohammad Khan from Gurez, Usman Majeed from Bandipora, Imtiyaz Parray from Sonawari, Aijaz Ahmad Sheikh from Kangan, Muhammad Yusuf Bhat from Ganderbal, Dildan Namgyal from Nobra, Rigzin Jora from Leh, Ashgar Karbalai from Kargil, Gulam Raza from Zanskar, Nek Ram fr
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'Orphaned' Energy Park in Bhaderwah Degree College exposes Farooq's claims
Blot on developmental claims
10/29/2014 11:51:48 PM
Bijay Charak JAMMU, Oct 29: The tall claims of former Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy, Farooq Abdullah for bringing revolution in energy sector by tapping solar energy have seemingly dashed to ground as there is no caretaker of defunct Energy Park and Solar Plants installed in various hospitals and educational institutions. One such example is the energy park at Government Degree College, Bhaderwah, which was set up in 2010 to meet the requirement of power during curtailment hours but it has become defunct within one year of its establishment. Sources in the department informed Early Times that after only one year of its establishment, the energy park had stopped working and de
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Dulhasti HEP Guards express concern over illegal mining
10/29/2014 11:51:35 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Kishtwar, Oct 29: Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) unit DHEP Kishtwar guarding expressed concern over the threat poses to the unit by the illegal mining in Shalimar area of the District. As per the details available with "Early Times", Commandant CISF Unit DHEP Dulhasti Kishtwar has written a detailed letter No. IC.17011/CISF/DHEP/CIW/2014 dated 28-10-2014 to DC Kishtwar highlighting the menace of illegal mining and the threat to his unit at Shalimar Kishtwar. The CISF Commandant in his letter stated that they have observed some civilians involved in illegal mining at the top of CISF Magazine duty post during night hours. During the process, some big stones al
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Sensing defeat of Cong in J&K, Azad eyeing Rajya Sabha seat in Uttarakhand
Uncertain political future
10/29/2014 11:51:20 PM
Neha JAMMU, Oct 29: Former J&K CM and currently Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad, who was trounced by Jitendra Singh in the Lok Sabha election, is feeling the heat. He has, it seems, realized that the Congress has no future in J&K and that its defeat in the assembly elections is imminent. It's true that he, like the JKPCC president Saif-ud-Din Soz, has been asserting and reasserting day-in-and-day-out that the Congress would emerge as the single largest party in the state and would be a kingmaker like it was in 2002 and 2008, but he in his heart of hearts has realized that an anti-Congress and anti-NC wave is sweeping the state. Only last week, he had said that the
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Kupwara encounter claims JCO, 3 militants
10/29/2014 11:47:58 PM
Syed Tahir Bukhari KUPWARA, Oct 29: In the ongoing encounter between militants and the security forces in North Kashmir's Kupwara district, three unidentified ultras of LeT were gunned down since past two days. A day before, an army officer and an unidentified militant was killed in the encounter. The Operation had been suspended during the evening and resumed this morning resulting in the killing of two more militants. According to senior police official that on specific information over
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Police plans to fix miscreants ahead of 1st phase of polling
Assembly Elections
10/29/2014 11:14:50 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Kishtwar, Oct 29:- In order to conduct smooth, hassle free elections in the state, the Jammu and Kashmir police have decided to fix miscreants and trouble shooters including stone palters ahead of 1st phase of elections scheduled to be held in seven Districts of the state on November 25. As per the details available with "Early times", the District police of all the 22 Districts of the state has prepared lists of miscreants involved in anti national activities, stone pelting or any other crime and are potential threat to law and order during elections. Among these two Districts, the sources said that Leh and Kargil Districts of Ladakh Division stands at the bottom in
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Tourism deptt fails to utilize Central funds
10/29/2014 11:14:38 PM
Arun Singh Jammu, Oct 29: Despite liberal funding from central government, the state tourism department has once again brought disgrace for two reasons. First, it failed to utilize the allocated funds and second, it allegedly showed inflated expenditure to the Tourism Ministry on a project under Project/Infrastructure and Destination Development Schemes and Circuits of Shivkhori, Jammu. Sources in the department told Early Times that the central government had sanctioned a project under PIDDSC to the tourism department, Jammu, to create infrastructure at Shivkhori to provide facilities to the visiting tourists during 2005 at an estimated cost of Rs 4.11 cr and for this purpose, an amoun
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