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Hurriyat leader under NIA scanner continues to enjoy security
2/19/2019 11:41:10 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Even as the central and the state governments have been claiming that security of Pakistan's stooges in Kashmir has been withdrawn in the wake of deadly car bomb attack on the CRPF, some of the top separatist leaders who are already under scanner for terror-funding from the Pakistan continue to enjoy police protection. A senior official told Early Times that security of a top Hurriyat leader from Budgam has not been removed though he was under the scanner for funding from Pakistan and other anti-national activities. Sources said the Raj Bhawan decided to go ahead with the security of the said leader and his family members. The residence of the said lead
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Pak PM Khan pretends to be blind, can't see Azhar enjoys all privileges in his country
2/19/2019 11:41:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who during the past six months has proved that he is nothing more than a stooge of the army, on Tuesday threatened to retaliate if India attacks Pakistan. An analyst while talking to Early Times said that "Khan is speaking what Pakistan army has taught him. He is trying to claim that there was no involvement of Pakistan in the Pulwama attack. Irony is that he is seeking proof about involvement of Pakistan. He is pretending to be blind. Is he not aware about the activities of terror outfit JeM, which claimed the responsibility for the attack. The JeM chief Masood Azhar is roaming freely in his country and is enjoying all
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Abdullahs and Muftis-style hurting Kashmiris outside Kashmir
2/19/2019 11:40:57 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Kashmiri students studying outside Kashmir have been at the receiving end in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack. They are feeling threatened. Some of them have returned to Kashmir, while many others are on the way to Kashmir. The number of such students runs into thousands with some of the institutions saying no Kashmiri would be admitted to these institutions in future. The house owners in different parts of the country, including Uttrakhand, have asked Kashmiri students to vacate their houses, saying there was the possibility of people attacking their houses. Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttrakhand and many other states have been witnessing a situat
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Started 7 years back, 200 bedded maternity hospital still in oblivion
2/19/2019 11:40:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: While BJP is patting its back for the inauguration of several new projects for Jammu region, the erstwhile BJP-PDP government has virtually failed to complete the crucial 200 bedded maternity hospital in Gandhi Nagar during its more than three years tenure in power. Sources informed Early Times that in the tenure of National Conference- Congress, the Omar Abdullah government had announced 200 bedded maternity hospitals for both Jammu and Kashmir division worth Rs. 50 Crores to be completed by end of 2015, but due to nonchalant attitude erstwhile PDP-BJP government in state and slow funding from union government, the project missed first deadline. "After
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Examination postponed, internet services remain suspended
Curfew relaxed in phase manner in Jammu city
2/19/2019 11:40:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Curfew was relaxed in phased manner on Tuesday in Jammu city as authorities said no untoward incident occurred anywhere during the relaxation period. Authorities relaxed curfew for two hours from 11.30 a.m to 1.30 p.m. at areas falling under PS Peer Mitha, City Chowk and Nawabad in City's North sub division. District Magistrate Jammu-Ramesh Kumar said curfew was relaxed from 3 p.m to 5 p.m in Bakshi Nagar, Pacca Danga, Janipur and Bus Stand areas, and from 3
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Annoyed over ignoring youth, Congress leader likely to join BJP
2/19/2019 11:40:01 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Annoyed over alleged marginalization of youth in the upcoming elections by the party high command, a senior Youth Congress leader has decided to switch over to Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) before upcoming assembly elections. Sources informed Early Times that the leader from district Kathua has been in regular contact with the BJP and RSS functionaries for the last many months. "The local units of the BJP have been persuading the Youth Congress leader to join the party. The BJP functionaries are of the opinion that the party wanted a young face to contest the next assembly election as the party is unwilling to give chance to an old horse, who faced criticis
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Aggrieved CRPF ready to help Kashmiris
2/19/2019 11:39:53 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Feb 19: While CRPF personnel are in grief after they lost their forty colleagues in a suicide attack in Pulwama, the men of the central police organization are extending all help to the Kashmiri people during the tough times. IG CRPF operations, Zulfikar Hassan said, "Our helpline 14411 has been helping Kashmiris across the country in wake of the attack." Lot of Kashmiri students have approached this helpline for help all over the country and their issues have been taken care of by security forces. "There are some people who sought help related to accommodation and or any harassment. We provided them all possible help. We received phone calls from all parts o
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Anyone who picks up gun in Kashmir will get killed: GOC Dhillon
2/19/2019 11:39:46 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Feb 19: The General officer Commanding (GoC) of Srinagar-based Army's 15 corps, Lt Gen KS Dhillon on Tuesday said that anyone who takes up the gun in the Kashmir will be "killed and eliminated", unless they surrender. Addressing a press conference here Lt Gen Dhillon said, "Our focus is clear on counter-terrorism operations. We are very clear that anyone who enters Kashmir Valley will not go back alive." "Anyone who has picked up a gun will be killed and eliminated, unless he surrenders. I request all the mothers in the Valley to ensure that their sons don't take up the gun," he said. The GoC said that in a Kashmiri society, mothers have a
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Govt reshuffles bureaucracy; DCs, other top officers transferred
2/19/2019 11:12:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: The Jammu and Kashmir administration Tuesday ordered transfers and postings of 10 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and 24 Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS) officers, replacing 11 Deputy Commissioners across the state. As per order issued by General Administration Department (GAD), Shahid Iqbal Choudhary (IAS), Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, replacing Abid Rashid Shah (IAS), who was transferred and posted as Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama. Kumar Rajeev Ranjan (IAS), Director, Area planning and ex-officio special secretary to the government, Planning, Development and Monitoring departmen
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Sheep Husbandry Deptt violates law, allows import of dead animals into Kashmir
2/19/2019 11:12:37 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, Feb 19: Contrary to Jammu and Kashmir Animal Disease (Control) Act 2006, the Sheep Husbandry Department is allowing import of dead animals into Kashmir valley despite having setup a frisking point at Qazigund in South Kashmir's Anantnag district. According to details available with Early Times the Sheep Husbandry Department is allowing mutton dealers to import dead sheep and goats into Srinagar. On 13th of February, Sheep Husbandry Department employees posted at Zig-Qazigund admitted to have allowed the transportation of 21 (twenty-one) dead animals in to Srinagar Kashmir. "We are here to inspect each vehicles carrying the animals-sheep and go
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Village housing 7.5 MW HP Project reels under darkness
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2/19/2019 11:12:31 PM
Early Times Report Budgam, Feb 19: A village in central Kashmir's Budgam district is reeling under darkness from last 2 months inspite of the fact that a 7.5 Megawatt Hydropower Project was commissioned in the same village more than 10 years back. The villagers allege that they get power supply for merely 4 hours and the voltage is also very low. Details available with Early Times reveal that several villages in the upper reaches of Budgam especially in Chadoora tehsil in this Central Kashmir's district are reeling under darkness from last couple of months. The severe power crises has added to the miseries of the locals as the they allege that power is provided for mere 2 hours in mor
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Hundreds of stranded passengers evacuated from Khatika Talab area
2/19/2019 11:12:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: The District Administration Jammu along with police and local volunteers from Jammu evacuated hundreds of stranded passengers from Khatika Talab, Gujjar Naggar, Panjitharthi and its adjoining areas the previous night. As per the details available with ET, 300-400 stranded passengers were evacuated by the administration from Khatika Talab and Gujjar Nagar area while hundreds of others were evacuated from Bhatindi, Sunjwan and other areas of Jammu and all the stranded passengers of valley and Doda and kishtwar were provided security cover upto Ramban and Batote. Meanwhile several passengers informed ET, that some transporters were fleecing them by chargin
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Traffic PIL: HC orders appearance of Div Com, four other officers if orders not complied
2/19/2019 11:12:18 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Feb 19: High Court has directed the government to file detailed compliance to its directions passed on September 12 last year, and ordered personal appearance of five top officers including Divisional Commiss-ioner Kashmir and Inspector General of Police Traffic Kashmir to appear in person before it on March 19. "This court, in terms of order dated 12th of September, 2018, has already detailed out the issues involved in the instant Public Interest Litigation and, accordingly, directed the respondents to file compliance in respect thereto. We need not reiterate the said issues any further," a division bench of Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey and Justice Sanjeev Ku
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MLC booked for defying DC's order, impersonation
2/19/2019 11:12:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 19: Peer Mitha police booked Member Legislative Council (MLC) Firdous Ahmed Tak for allegedly defying order duly promulgated by public servant and impersonating as Government Servant. Police sources said that incident took place when MLC Firdous Ahmed Tak along with his Personal Security Officers (PSOs) and some other people visited Khattikan Talab area falling under the jurisdiction of Peer Mitha Police station defying curfew restrictions and posed himself as Government servant. "During his visit to khattikan Talab, Firdous defied the curfew restrictions imposed by the District Magistrate (DM) Jammu and also posed himself as Government Servant", said police
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