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Heated arguments exchanged during the meeting chaired by Minister
Administrative tussle turns GMCH 'unhealthy'
9/24/2016 11:38:11 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: An unusual act of insubordination marred the graceful atmosphere of meeting presided over by Health Minister in which tug of ego war surfaced with administrative heads of different wings located in Medical College Jammu entered into heated arguments coupled with counter allegations and deviating from the established norms of official propriety and decency. If sources are to be believed, MS of SSH Jammu is likely to be attached in keeping view of complaints against him and today's episode during Minister's meeting. Reliable sources disclosed Early Times that primarily the venue of the meeting was fixed at Super Speciality Hospital (SSH)
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Defiance of protest calendar unnerves separatists
Civil Lines shows way to end 'Hurriyat rule'
9/24/2016 11:37:59 PM
ET Report SRINAGAR, Sept 24: After over two months of continued unrest in Kashmir, the people of civil lines here have started openly defying the Hurriyat calendar, leaving the separatist leadership unnerved. For the past few days, markets function as normal in areas like Raj Bagh, Jawahar Nagar and Sanat Nagar, while traffic movement is so high that traffic jams are witnessed frequently in these areas quite frequently. Not only this, some shops are seen operational in Maharaja Bazar near the commercial hub of Lal Chowk, where otherwise stone pelting used to be observed till a fortnight back. The markets at these places remain operational even though the separatist leadership had openly
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PCC mulls show cause notice to Manohar Lal
9/24/2016 11:37:51 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: Irked over the alleged attempts of former minister and PCC general secretary Dr Manohar Lal Sharma to project himself bigger than size in the party, the Pradesh Congress Committee president G A Mir is mulling to clip his wings. To show Dr Manohar Lal his place, a show cause notice is likely to be served him by the PCC Disciplinary Committee for his participation in recently held public meetings of the dissident camp in Hiranagar and Bishnah, informed sources in the Congress circles. A decision in this regard had almost been taken by the PCC president and as per the sources, PCC Senior Vice-President Sham Lal Sharma has also given his nod for the same.
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Ailing GMCH: Patients wait for weeks to get ST scan done, 2 machines cater to 100 patients daily
9/24/2016 11:37:43 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: The slackness of administration as well as Health and Medical Education department putting into great risk to patients for providing ST scan tests timely which exposed the non-seriousness of the department towards the patients who visit a lot of hope in the government runs hospitals. The patients Jammu have to wait for weeks to get ST Scan done in Government Medical College and Hospital (GMC&H) Jammu due to which patients are facing a lot of problems. However, the officials said due to non-functional of ST scan machines in Chest and Diseases Hospital Jammu for last more than a month, the graph of patients has increased manifold. This
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Govt works out modalities to induct Srinagar in "smart cities" list but only assurance for Jammu
9/24/2016 11:37:36 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: The PDP-BJP coalition Government today finalized modalities with different stakeholders to secure place for Srinagar in the final list of Smart Cities that will be announced in January next year but nothing clear has been mentioned for Jammu city-which is winter capital of the State. It is only mentioned in the official handout that similar exercise "will" be conducted for Jammu city but it not mentioned when this exercise will be conducted?. Importantly decision to finalize modalities for Srinagar city was taken in a high level meeting of the Housing and Urban Development Department (H&UDD), who is "officially" representing Jammu in the ministry. H&UDD
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Rs 560 crore for separatists, no penny for Uri martyrs
Height of Insensitivity
9/24/2016 11:37:30 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: It's height of insensitivity. There were governments of Maharashtra, Bihar and Jharkhan, which took no time to announce ex-gratia for the Uri martyrs of September 18 and here in J&K is a government which doesn't have in its kitty even a penny for the Dogra martyrs, Ravi Paul and Karnail Singh, and that too when the BJP, the so-called nationalist party, is part of the government. BJP Minister did visit the martyrs' families on Friday and returned after shedding crocodile tears. He disn't announce any ex-gratia for the bereaved families. On September 18, the Pakistani butchers attacked the Uri Army Base camp in the early morning and martyred 10 soldiers.
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JKSIDCO turn over drops by 40%
Fails to provide cover to MSMEs
9/24/2016 11:37:14 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 24: Once a profit making government unit, J&K Small Scale Industries Development Corporation Limited has a fall of commercial turn over from one thousand crore to 600 crores, resulting in 40% drop in the business. The corporation is a nodal agency of the state government for providing developed infrastructure, testing of finished products, raw materials and marketing support to the small scale industries in the State. As per the official information available with early TIMES, The financial data has been concluded by the corporation as on march 2016, wherein it has been found that the corporation could not take off the short falls, as a result, it has re
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10000 SPOs from Kashmir, none from Jammu, Ladakh
Delhi's policy of appeasement
9/24/2016 11:37:05 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: Delhi has once again perpetrated injustice on the already ignored and discriminated against people of Jammu and Ladakh. And it is not the Congress or UPA-controlled New Delhi that perpetrated it; it is the BJP-controlled south and North Block, which decide the fate of the people and the country, that perpetrated it and in a most brazen manner. In fact, the BJP-controlled New Delhi humiliated and taunted the unemployed youth of Jammu and Ladakh. The case in point is the recent decision of the Union Government to recruit 10,000 more SPOs and all from Kashmir. That all would be recruited from Kashmir and none from Jammu and Ladakh speaks for itself. It is
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2 senior officers 'clash' over SI's posting
9/24/2016 11:29:07 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: As there occurred a clash of egos between two senior police officers in Jammu district over the issue of posting of a Sub-Inspector, a third senior officer intervened to sort out the matter. The SI wanted to be posted as incharge of a particular police post in the district, but a senior police officer posted him at another police post in the city. Issuing a separate order, another senior officer, however, posted him at the police post he wanted to head as its incharge. This led to a conflict between the two officers, police sources said. As no one was ready to withdraw his order, another senior officer intervened and decided that the SI's first trans
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Alleged nexus between Forest, Power officials, traders looting exchequer
9/24/2016 11:28:54 PM
AB Sharma Early Times Report SUNDERBANI, Sept 24: Launching a scathing attack on the saw mill owners of Sunderbani and Nowshera , the residents allege that the owners are making good use of the corrupt demeanor of the forest department by culling down woods illegally and making palatial furniture to be sold at astronomical costs . It is earlier also reported that the saw mill owners are using illegal power connections in connivance with the department while they are equally in collusion with the forest department also as they get the wooden logs cut from nearby forests and use them to make costly furniture . "Earlier also, there have been frequent charges lodged against the illegal
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No salaries for teachers engaged against 'shifted' posts
9/24/2016 11:28:45 PM
Vinod Sharma Early Times Report JAMMU, Sept 24: At a time when the central government employees are enjoying the benefits of seventh pay commission, the school teachers in J&K, who were engaged against 'shifted' posts in Jammu division, are alleged to be without salaries for the last nine months. The delay in release of their salaries also exposes the rationalization claims of the education department as without completing the requisite modalities, they have rationalized the schools. A teacher engaged in district Kathua informed that they were engaged in the month of January but they had so far not received even one month's salary. "Above one hundred teachers engaged against shifted p
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Lack of coordination by RDD hits sanitation mission
"Several projects still in obvilion"
9/24/2016 11:28:35 PM
Arun Singh Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 24: The failure of Rural Development Department to ensure coordination and involve other line departments for convergence and combined efforts for spreading the benefits of sanitation programme has proved detrimental causing great set back to this mission launched by the Government of India. Sources told Early Times that State Water and Sanitation Mission primarily responsible for ensuring effective coordination between Rural Development Department and Public Health Engineering Department utterly failed to knit these departments together to achieve the basic objective of sanitation programme which can create healthy environment for the publi
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Till date, NHPC hasn't paid a single penny to JK Govt.from Dulhasti profits
Missing of MoU causes loss of thousands of crores to state exchequer every year
9/24/2016 11:28:24 PM
Peerzada Ummer Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 24: The Jammu and Kashmir government isn't in the possession of the vital Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between it and the NHPC over Dulhasti power project in the past and at present the power giant is providing no royalty to the state government against the power being generated from the project. According to the official documents in possession of the Early Times, there is no agreement or MOU with the state government on the terms and conditions under which Dulhasti power project was executed by the NHPC. In the year 2011, cabinet subcommittee was constituted vide government order No: 638-GAD of 2011 dated 1-06-2011, to
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Tehsildar, Naib- Tehsildar posts lying vacant, clerks open office occasionally
New administrative unit Gundana turns government 'burden'
9/24/2016 10:49:05 PM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 24: To take administration at the doorsteps of the people amid grand fanfare, the creation of 659 New Administrative Units (NAUs) has turned out to be a 'messy affair' in Jammu and Kashmir but shortage of infrastructure, manpower people have been facing hardship in getting their work done. Administrative unit Gundana is a live example where since 2014 the post of Tehsildar and Naib- Tehsildar were lying vacant besides a clerk opens tehsil office occasionally due to which people are being made to move from new units to previous offices several times to simply get revenue papers of their land or other allied works. Abid Hussain, a resident o
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Nawaz Sharif exposes his buttocks by praising Burhan Wani
Behind the veil
9/24/2016 10:48:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Sept 24: When Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, described Burhan Wani, a militant commander a "symbol of Intifada" he was simply lending support to the ongoing turmoil in the Kashmir valley. Possibly Nawaz Sharif may not be knowing the meaning of Intifada which is resistence.,a form of uprising. This means that if Burhan Wani was a symbol of uprising Pakistan Prime Minister was supportive of it. If one goes into the roots of intifada one may have to think of the struggle between Palestinians and Israel. The Palestinian uprising against Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The first intifada lasted from 1987 to 1993, and the second began
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2000 youth lose jobs in hotel industry
Kashmir Unrest
9/24/2016 10:48:46 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Sept 24: An estimated 2000 people, mostly youth, have lost their jobs in the hospitality sector during the last 80 days of the valley unrest. Majority of them were working in hotels, guest houses and restaurants in Srinagar, Pahalgam, Sonamarg and Gulmarg areas of Kashmir. Details available with Early Times reveal that tourist arrivals to Kashmir valley have witnessed a very sharp decline from July 8 onwards due to complete shutdown and curfew. The hotel industry has been the biggest victim of the unrest. According to official sources , several film crews who had planned their shooting in Kashmir during summers had to change their plans in view of the prev
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Disaster management plan confined to papers only
A year after its approval
9/24/2016 10:48:36 PM
Saqib Junaid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Sept 24: Despite over a year having been passed since the state Cabinet approved state's first-ever disaster management plan but there has been no progress in its implementation. In July 2015, the state Cabinet approved state's first-ever disaster management plan. The government had said the plan is aimed at reducing the state's vulnerability to hazards and enhance human and institutional capabilities to cope with disasters and natural calamities in a more effective manner. Sources said despite having passed over a year, there has been no progress in implementation of the disaster management plan. "No work has been started for its implem
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