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RSS not happy with ignoring nationalist people
BJP leaders prefer Kashmir's hospitality at cost of Jammu
7/29/2014 11:40:38 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 29: Meeting of BJP leader JP Nadda with separatist leader Sajjad Gani Lone is not going well in RSS circle because RSS leadership is not happy with the way Central leadership of the BJP is giving importance to Kashmiri separatist leaders at the cost of nationalist leaders of Jammu region. Credible sources in the BJP said that RSS leadership is not happy over the way Central leadership of BJP is giving importance to Kashmir. Instead of strengthening party at Jammu region where BJP has both the Lok Sabha seats the party leaders especially from Centre prefer to visit Valley to enjoy hospitality of the Kashmiri leaders. Recently meeting of JP Nadda with Sajjad
Post Eid prayers protests lead to injuries to a dozen in Kashmir
7/29/2014 11:40:24 PM
Jehangir Rashid SRINAGAR, July 29: Around one dozen persons including some policemen sustained injuries as protests broke out in many areas of Srinagar city and other parts of Kashmir valley after the congregational prayers organized in connection with Eid-ul-Fitr that was celebrated today. Reports said that trouble broke out in the Eidgah area of downtown Srinagar after groups of people clashed with police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel immediately after the Eid prayers. The groups of people were protesting against the action of Israeli forces in the Gaza strip against the Palestinians. After offering Eid prayers groups of people mostly comprising of youth raised anti
"Miscreants" raise anti-national slogans at Kishtwar after
7/29/2014 11:40:16 PM
Eid prayers; police register case Asif Iqbal Naik Kishtwar, July 29: After the Eid prayers at Chowghan Ground in the town here today, some "miscreants" raised anti-national slogans. Over a dozen of them have been identified and police have registered a case against them. More than 20000 people took part in today's Eid Nimaz. As per the details available with "Early Times", after completion of Eid Nimaz, some miscreants about 200 hundred in number held a protest at the Chowghan ground and later moved towards the shrine of 17th century Sufi saint Hazrat Shah Mohammad Fareed-ud-Din Baghdadi raising anti-national and anti-Israel slogans. The protestors also had a minor scuffle with police
Congress fears losing ground in Assembly polls
7/29/2014 11:40:05 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 29: The Congress leadership is deeply disturbed over the expected "poor" performance of the party in the coming elections. The senior leadership of the party is meeting soon to ideate some issues to get connected to the people and also prove that it can do a lot for the people of Jammu region, where the party has main base, than can be expected from BJP. "After the drubbing in the Parliamentary elections, the party is still on the sliding path. The ground reports suggest that party could lose more seats in the Assembly elections if this trend continues. A serious course correction is needed immediately if the party wants to remain in race for power," said
Aspirants in great confusion, smell conspiracy to adjust blue eyed
Lack of coordination between Government agencies
7/29/2014 11:39:56 PM
Business As usual K Koushal Jammu, July 29: Hundreds of aspirants appearing for common screening test for the post of Junior Engineers are in a tizzy due to clash of screening test dates with written test for the post of Bank PO and Clerical Assistants in Indian Overseas Bank under Udaan Project. Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) have scheduled screening test for the post of Junior Engineers (JEs) in Mechanical, Civil and Electrical is going to be held on August 3 at 10:30 am however, written test for the post of Bank POs and Clerical Assistants under Udaan project is also scheduled to be held on August 23 in morning shift, thus putting the aspirants, who had applied for bot
FIR says abortion pill given to pregnant lady; JK Medicity claims life saving drugs used
Facts eluding?
7/29/2014 11:39:34 PM
Sumit Sharma JAMMU, July 29: Two days after the suspension of the registration of the JK Medicity, the administration of the hospital broke its silence and termed the incident well planned. It is worthwhile to mention here that the administration of the hospital has tried to wash its hands off when already probe is in progress following the constitution of the three member committee of Dr B.P Sharma, Deputy Director Health, CMO Arvind Raina and Medical Superintendent Sarwal hospital Robinder Khajuria. The administration said that their views were not heard of. Going further, Dr Gurjeet Singh of the hospital claimed that the woman was under treatment of Dr Indu Khoda who recommended her
Turmoil in Radio Kashmir Jammu, failed casual announcers re-engaged
Matter reaches Union Broadcasting Ministry
7/29/2014 11:39:22 PM
ET Report JAMMU, July 29: Radio Kashmir Jammu (RKJ) has broken all established norms and precedents by re-engaging casual announcers who in the recent past failed in screening-cum-audition test conducted by Information and Broadcasting Ministry. According to reliable sources, these casual announcers have been re-engaged by Radio Kashmir Jammu (RKJ) at the behest of certain politically well-connected relatives and friends of these casual announcers. They added that these engagements have been made in complete violation of rules and regulations. Sources added that these casual announcers are ineligible and have been re-engaged in blatant violation of rules and regulations of Prasar Bharti
Opposition to Vaidik's views on J&K
Congress and Omar's politics
7/29/2014 11:39:10 PM
Neha JAMMU, July 29: Now that the issueless Congress has repeatedly questioned what the aging freelance little known journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik did in Pakistan on June 29 and July 2 and charged the BJP-led NDA Government with not taking a stringent action against what it called "seditionist", it is time to expose the Congress's double approach towards J&K. Vedik had met the perpetrator of 26/11 terror attacks Hafiz Saeed at Lahore on June 29 and suggested during an interview to Pakistani TV channel, Dawn News, at Lahore on July 2 that J&K be allowed to become an independent country. The case in point is the Congress hobnobbing with the pro-greater autonomy National Conference (NC) and it
They rule J&K and still say alienated
Politics, Kashmir-style
7/29/2014 11:38:56 PM
Rustam JAMMU, July 29: They, unlike Jammu and Ladakhi leadership, (mis)rule the state. They exercise unbridled and absolute powers under Article 370. There is no accountability. They have, according to Transparency International India (TII), converted Jammu and Kashmir into the 'second most corrupt' State in India. They control all the portfolios with political weight and considerable funds. They enjoy excessive representation in the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly which decides questions of supreme importance to the happiness and well-being of the people. Their representation in Parliament is also in excess of their numerical strength and despite the fact that their region constitu
Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated with religious fervour, gaiety across Jammu region
7/29/2014 10:30:59 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 29: Eid-ul- Fitr marking the culmination of holy month of Ramzan was celebrated with traditional religious fervour and gaiety across the Jammu region today with thousands of Muslims gathering in various mosques of the city to offer Eid Namaz (special prayers) in the morning. The biggest congregation was held at Jama Masjid, Khatin Ka Talab where a large number of Muslims offered Eid Namaz and held special prayers for peace and prosperity of the State.. However due to heavy downpour this time Eid Namaz could not be performed at Eid Gah near Residency road where the biggest congregation was held as usual on Eid festival. The Muslims were greeted by the c
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