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GMC Jammu employees without salaries, Srinagar employees enjoy
Official discrimination
4/23/2018 12:04:01 AM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: In yet another instance of discrimination, the paramedical employees of GMC Jammu, appointed under SRO 384/409 have been deprived of their salaries, while same has been released in favour of their counterparts in GMC Srinagar. Wishing anonymity, an employee working GMC&H Jammu informed Early Times that around one thousand Paramedical employees were appointed under SRO 384/409 in GMC Jammu/Srinagar and its associated hospitals. While the employees working in GMC&H Srinagar who completed six-years of service were getting salary regularly, their counter parts in Jammu were without salary from last one year though they are rendering their se
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'We are not demanding Azadi, we are demanding only CBI probe'
Kathua Case
4/23/2018 12:03:44 AM
Early Times Report Kathua (KootaH), Apr 22: The alleged Kathua rape and murder case has further widened the already rather wide gulf between Jammu province and Kashmir Valley and sharpened differences. It has angered Jammu people, who have been accusing the Kashmir-dominated successive government in the state of denying them their due share in the political and economic processes. In fact, they are accusing the ruling class in the state and sections of national media of betraying them and portraying a wrong picture about them. And the simmering beneath the surface are 70-year-old grievances that, according to authentic reports, "have been fanned by stagnant economic growth and fast-cha
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BJP's double standards exposed
In Bihar Giriraj Singh terms Kathua case as conspiracy to defame Hindus
4/23/2018 12:03:34 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: The double standards of Bharatiya Janata Party to seek CBI probe into the Kathua case have proved that party leaders are a "confused lot" and have no consistent stand. In Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP Ministers have been stating that CBI probe into the case cannot be ordered, while on other hand BJP leaders and ministers across the country are creating a notion that they support the demand for the CBI probe. Union minister and BJP leader Giriraj Singh while speaking at a function at Nawada Bihar termed Kathua rape and murder as "part of sinister political game plan" to defame Hindus.. "A conspiracy has been hatched to defame Hindus using the Kathua case
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PDP MLC hits out at BJP MLA for ignoring people
4/23/2018 12:03:23 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Differences between Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Member Legislative Council (MLC) Firdous Tak and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) MLA Kishtwar Sunil Kumar Sharma came to public after PDP MLC hit out at BJP MLA Kishtwar during a public function at Galhar in Nagsini area of Kishtwar District for ignoring the people of the area and failing to fulfill its promises made by him with the people of the area. Speaking during a public rally at Galhar few days back, the video of which is available with 'Early Times' the PDP MLC from Kishtwar hit out at BJP MLA Kishtwar who also happen to be the Minister of State in Mehbooba Mufti led PDP-BJP governm
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VC ignores directions of Governor goes out of way to favour his blue eyed man
Ram raj in JU
4/23/2018 12:03:17 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Ignoring the directions of the Governor and State Government, the Vice Chancellor, of University of Jammu despite being prevented to make any appointment has reportedly appointed his blue eyed man as incharge Zorawar Singh Auditorium. Sources in JU administration informed that Special Secretary to Vice Chancellor has been elevated as in-charge Zorawar Singh auditorium, the post held by senior Professor. "After elevation of Prof Parmashwari Devi as Dean Students Welfare the crisis shook University following students' agitation, the VC installed his loyalist to another important position", sources said and added that earlier, apart from, SSVC, his blue ey
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Outgoing Archives officer refuses to de-board official vehicle
Backdoor appointees knock at department's doors
4/23/2018 12:03:05 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: An outgoing senior official of the department of Archives, Archaeology and Museums has reportedly kept the official vehicle with him for 18 days, after his retirement from the department. Moreover, over half a dozen employees, appointed through backdoor channels, during his last leg in the department have been knocking the doors for their joining. Sources informed Early Times that though the said official had attained superannuation on March 31st, but he didn't hand over the official vehicle, which was with him for next many days. "As per laid down procedure the official has to hand over the vehicle to the department on the day he attained superannuati
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Transfer orders issued in March reduced to mere piece of papers in Department of Forests
40 transferred officials refuse to join new places of posting
4/23/2018 12:02:52 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Apr 22: Of late a disturbing development has emerged in the state as the officers and officials transferred from one place to another don't join their new places of posting while mocking at the whole exercise. As many as 40 officials were transferred in the Department of Forest in March this year, but none among them joined their new places of posting. Since these officials are enjoying the patronage of 'influential' people they were not asked as about the reasons as why they did not join at their new places of posting. Office of Chief Conservator of Forests, Kashmir issued three separate transfer orders on March 7, 2018. According to these
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If Gujral, Manmohan and Advani could rule India, why can't we exercise citizenship rights?
WP refugees' grievance
4/23/2018 12:02:41 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: The refugees from Pakistan living in Jammu, Kathua and Samba districts since 1947 are a dissatisfied lot. They are chaffing and seething with anger and accusing all the political parties in the state and all the central governments of not appreciating the nature are of problems they have been facing since their migration to Jammu in 1947. "The Congress promised us citizenship rights, but nothing came out. The BJP promised us citizenship rights but it has also failed us, as it has not done anything for us during all these four years of rule at the Centre and three-year rule in Jammu and Kashmir. Just a lip assurance," says refugee leadership. "We visite
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Lal Singh takes out rally, demands CBI probe
4/22/2018 11:38:27 PM
Early Times Report KATHUA, Apr 22: Continuing his campaign in demanding CBI enquiry for Rasana murder and kidnapping case, former Forest Minister and Senior BJP leader Choudhary Lal Singh today addressed wayside public rallies from Dayalachak, Katli, Dinga Amb, Galak, Challan, Nagrota, Tharaklwal, Gurah Kalyal, Dramni, Mandli, Dharamkot, Phinter and Billawar . During the wayside rallies from Dayalachak to Billwar, a large number of locals of each areas has extended full support to former M
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Illegal settlement of Rohingyas, Bangladeshi's part of a larger conspiracy: Harsh
4/22/2018 11:38:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Launching a scathing attack on the BJP for hoodwinking the people over the much awaited deportation of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis from Jammu region amid brewing public anger, a strong contingent of Panther activists spearheaded by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP staged a vociferous protest demonstration at Exhibition Ground today. While raising slogans of "Gaddar BJP, Hai Hai", "Chodho Hamara Jammu Pradesh, Rohingyas Jaao Bangladesh",'Rohingyas, Bangladeshis
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Shiv Sena demands CBI probe in Rassana case
4/22/2018 11:38:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: The activists of Shiv Sena (Bala Sahib Thackery) today demanded CBI probe into Rassana rape and murder case eight years old girl child.Senior leaders of the party Sanjeev Sharma, Raj Singh, Pawan Singh, Raju Salaria and others took part in this protest demonstration and said that both the parties, relatives of victim and alleged accused, are demanding the CBI inquiry for fair probe and we support their demand. They said that Shiv Sena does not want to save
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Over 600 State Govt employees' salaries stopped for not having toilets at home
4/22/2018 11:23:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: Sending out a strong message against open defecation, salaries of more than 6oo government employees in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir were stopped for not constructing toilets at their houses, an official said on Saturday. Angrez Singh Rana, district development commissioner, Kishtwar passed the order on Friday on receipt of a report submitted by Anil Kumar Chandail, assistant commissioner development, regarding non-availability of toilets in the houses of 616 state employees of Padder block, he said. Jammu and Kashmir has achieved a target of 71.95 per cent with respect to the construction of Individual Household Latrines (IHHLs), verification a
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NIA takes arrested militant to encounter site
Huge cache of arms recovered in Rajwar forests
4/22/2018 11:23:29 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report KUPWARA, Apr 22: National Investigation Agency (NIA) team on Sunday took Pakistani militant who was arrested on April 6 to various locations including the site of gunfight from where he had escaped. Meanwhile a huge cache of arms and ammunition was also recovered in Rajwar forests of this north Kashmir district. According to reports, NIA team arrived in the frontier district on Saturday and is waiting for legal formalities to shift the custody of the militant Zabiullah alias Hamzah son of Sonaullah, a resident of Multan, Pakistan. A top police official said that the NIA took the militant and members of the army's concerned unit to the spot where the enc
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Despite spending Rs 230 cr, SS Hospitals struggle for survival
Hospitals reeling under severe staff crunch
4/22/2018 11:21:25 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 22: Forget All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), the existing Super Specialty Hospitals in Jammu and Srinagar, despite spending Rs 230 crores under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY), have been reeling under huge staff crunch as 51 posts in Jammu and 85 posts in Srinagar were lying vacant since their inception. A copy of Manpower Audit Report of the Health & Medical Education Department-22-03-2018, in the possession of Early Times, states that there are 15 posts of Professors in the Super Specialty Hospital Jammu out of which only 1 in CVTS (Dr. Noor Ali) is in position and the remaining 14 are vacant, 16 posts (now
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Backdoor appointed candidates knock doors for joining the department
Outgoing senior official Archives refuses to leave official vehicle for 18 days
4/22/2018 11:21:16 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: An outgoing senior official of the department of Archives, Archaeology and Museums has reportedly kept the official vehicle with him for 18 days, after his retirement from the department. Moreover, over half a dozen employees, appointed through backdoor channels, during his last leg in the department have been knocking the doors for officially join the department. Sources informed Early Times that though the official of the department had attained superannuation on March 31st but he didn't hand over the official vehicle, which was with him for next many days. "As per laid down procedure the official has to hand over the vehicle to the department on the ve
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Hiranagar Case: Leadership's arrogance likely to cost BJP heavily
4/22/2018 11:21:09 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 22: As Hiranagar murder and rape case is taking different turns every day, anger of BJP high command against its state leadership is increasing for keeping the central leadership in dark, which has invited sharp criticism for it from all quarters. Credible sources said that BJP high command has taken very serious note of the fact that instead of giving importance to opinion of party leaders and workers who strongly demanded to hand over this case to CBI, the incharge of J&K affairs toed line of the adversaries and snubbed those who demanded CBI probe", sources said. "After recent revelations high command is worried that this issue could prove counterprodu
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Encroachments on forest land: delegation of locals to call on CM
4/22/2018 11:20:45 PM
A B Sharma Early Times Report Nowshera , Apr 22: Weary of the large scale encroachments on forest land by land mafia, allegedly in connivance with the officials of the department, people have attributed the menace to the transfer of former DFO who stood against the misadventures of the powerful mafia, who got him attached to the office of the conservator. Taking note of the illegal encroachments being done in various places at Sunderbani where the forest gold was plundered by mafia, the the
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People take fight to court against proposed construction of Budsar Power Project in Marwah
For speaking against party MLC, PDP suspends its senior leader
4/22/2018 11:15:30 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 22: PDP District President Kishtwar Sheikh Nasir Hussain today suspended its senior party leader Abdul Wahid from the party and forwarded his case to party's disciplinary committee for further action. Talking to Early Times PDP District President Kishtwar confirmed that Wahid has been suspended from the party for his anti party activities till the party disciplinary committee decides his fate. He said that the block committee Marwah has submitted various complaints against him for his anti party activities. "In fact we are with the people of Marwah over this issue" said Sheikh. Addressing a joint Press Conference with the people of Marwah
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