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Police under scanner as Kashmir businessman 'mysteriously' gets VIP security
12/18/2018 11:31:57 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: Jammu and Kashmir Police has got itself in the midst of a major controversy, allegedly for granting VIP security to a Kashmiri businessman reportedly flouting the norms of assessing security threat perception to an individual. Official sources in the Raj Bhawan said that a rich businessman who is neither a politician nor a bureaucrat has been unduly given "Y-Category" security and that a good number of policemen were at his disposal. Sources said the businessman had approached some senior officials in the Security wing of the Jammu and Kashmir Police requesting good security cover from police as it would help him to elevate his influence in
Akther plays communal card to keep PDP relevant
Tries to pit Jammu against Kashmir for saving his party
12/18/2018 11:31:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: Peoples Democratic Party is not leaving any stone unturned to project its former ally Bharatiya Janata Party as the "biggest enemy" of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Senior PDP leader and former minister Naeem Akthar on Tuesday accused BJP of trying to repeat 2008 like situation in J&K for electoral gains. He condemned what he called "hateful language and threats issued to the particular community during the 'Dharam Sansad' organized by VHP and RSS at Jammu. "By promoting such hatred and negativity, the BJP has once again established that it can never again be trusted as a party of governance in a composite state like Jammu and Kashmir and that it ha
PDP shuns Mufti's visionary-secular agenda; pursuing communal politics
12/18/2018 11:31:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: The present leadership of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has apparently abandoned secular agenda of its founder late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and party is shamelessly following divisive and communal agenda to befool innocent people of Kashmir Valley in the name of religion. Instead of taking leaders of all regions and sub-regions together, PDP leadership has singled out four districts namely Jammu, Samba, Kathua and Udhampur from day-today activities of the party and it appears that party leadership has no faith on peoples and leaders of these four districts. The way party leadership had ignored leaders of these four districts during a meeting which was hel
Central rule a blessing in disguise for Ladakhi Buddhists
University of Ladakh
12/18/2018 11:31:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: The people of Ladakh, especially the Buddhists, have said that the "Central rule is better in the state than the popular rule" and that "the people of the region are being benefited due to the Central rule". They have spared even the BJP and accused it of letting them down in its desperate bid to please Kashmiri political class. The assertion of the Ladakhis that the Central rule was better than popular rule is not based on heresy; it's based on hard facts. It was during the Central rule that Ladakhis got two autonomous hill development councils, one each for Buddhist-majority Leh district and Shiite-majority Kargil district. It happened during the regi
Kamal Nath's statement eye opener for adversaries of Art 370
12/18/2018 11:31:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: The newly elected Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath on Tuesday declared his government would give incentives to industries that provide 70% jobs to the local youth. He went on to add that people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh come to MP for jobs while "our own youth suffer for want of jobs." "Kamal Nath's statement should serve as an eye opener for the people who are demanding that Article 370 and 35-A should be revoked. J&K has been able to safeguard its identity due to the special status enjoyed by the state due to virtue of these Articles," said an analyst. He said that due to these Articles our people are able to get the jobs in our own state
Bukhari, Hussain left, who is next?
12/18/2018 10:46:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: As three PDP leaders, Basharat Bukhari, Peer Hussain and Mehboob Iqbal are finally out of the party, the Early Times stands vindicated yet again. The newspaper had published the report on December 15 and December 18. As the PDP claims to have expelled the troika over the anti-party activities, the party has failed to explain what activities they were involved in. The reality is that both the leaders had left the party a week ago and were waiting to make the final announcement in this regard. On Tuesday, PDP vice president, Abdul Rehman Veeri said, "The party has expelled Peer Muhammad Hussain and Syed Basahrat Bukhari from the basic membership of
Durbar' yet to be unboxed in Jammu
12/18/2018 10:23:16 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: In the dimly lit corridors of Civil Secretariat Jammu, steel boxes and wardrobes lie scattered. The floor is littered with bundles of important file folders, which lie covered under thick coat of dust. It has been around a month since the Durbar was shifted to Jammu, but the files still lie in steel boxes and wardrobes. "Several departments are yet to take out files from boxes," an official of Industries and Commerce Department in the Civil Secretariat, said. To make the matters worse, stacks of battered steel trunks carrying official documents stand in the middle of the aisle making it difficult to walk by. The haphazard jumble include
J&K to witness President's Rule 3rd time in 4 decades
12/18/2018 10:18:11 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 18: Jammu and Kashmir is set to witness Presidential Rule from Wednesday, the third time since 1977. New Delhi has recommended imposition of President's rule in Jammu and Kashmir after the expiry of the six-month Governor's rule from Wednesday. Governor Satya Pal Malik had on November 21 dissolved the 87-member state Assembly after the PDP, supported by the Congress and their arch-rivals National Conference, had staked claim to form the government. As the state comes under President's rule from Wednesday, it will be for the third time since 1977 when the state will be under the central rule. Governor's rule was imposed for the first time on March 26,
Chairperson for various MCs await notification to assume charge
ULB Polls: results declared on October 20
12/18/2018 10:18:06 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: Since October 20, Two months after declaration of results, the newly elected chairpersons of various ULBs are awaiting government notification for assuming charge. Sources in secretariat informed Early Times to give its nod to issue notifications in districts, the department of housing and urban development (HUDD) consults the law department to avoid any legal implication. "File regarding this issues related to various districts of state pending before the Law Department since long, as the HUDD has forwarded all the file, we received from DCs to Law Department its nod", sources in HUDD claimed and added that delay on the part of concerned
Overstaying veterinary staff at Kathua hospital openly loots cattle rearers
Dairy owner denied fitness certificate
12/18/2018 10:17:59 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: In contravention to the Prime Minister Narender Modi's endeavour to encourage young entrepreneurs, overstaying staff at veterinary hospital Kathua has openly been looting the young dairy owners, by denying them fitness certificate of cattle, required for getting insurance cover for the livestock. Narrating his woeful tale, Vivek Sharma of Kathua informed that he has been running from pillar to post for the last over three weeks, for getting fitness certificate of a newly purchased cow worth Rs. 80,000. "If such a costly cow is not insured, the results may be disastrous for me. I has refused to pay an amount Rs. 500 for fitness certificate of each cow
GAD miserably fails to reveal information
Awareness on RTI, PSGA laws
12/18/2018 10:17:51 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 18: Being nodal department for implementation of Right to Information Act (RTI) and Public Services Guarantee Act (PSGA), the General Administration Department (GAD) has failed to provide information under RTI Act about the awareness programmmes conducted by Government towards understanding of these laws in Jammu & Kashmir. Details available with Early Times reveal that Jammu & Kashmir RTI Movement with an aim of knowing how many workshops, seminars and other sensitization programmes were conducted by Government for its officials and general masses for understanding of RTI Act and PSGA, the department has failed to reveal the details under J&K RTI Act 2009
Anesthesia doctor posted at District Hospital Kishtwar
12/18/2018 10:16:40 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Dec 18: Two days after Early Times highlighted the issue with regard to "non availability" of anesthesia doctor at District Hospital Kishtwar, the Jammu and Kashmir Government on Tuesday posted an anesthetist at Kishtwar hospital. As per the details available with Early Times, Director of Health Services Jammu after issuing the order of posting of Anesthetist at Kishtwar Hospital finally endorsed the order of Principal Secretary Health and Medic
PDP MLA for two terms likely to join NC
Senior BJP leader to quit party
12/18/2018 10:16:23 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report BARAMULLA, Dec 18: In yet another setback to PDP, a two times MLA of the party from north Kashmir's Baramulla district, is likely to cross the fence. Meanwhile a senior BJP leader is also likely to say goodbye to the party. Sources while talking to Early Times said that Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has lost its core members from important constituencies in north Kashmir like Shia leader and former MLA Pattan, Molvi Imran Raza Ansari, Mohammad Abbas Wani former MLA Gulmarag, senior leader and former IGP Crime, Raja Aijaz Ali Khan from Uri Constituency and now the two time MLA and his Zonal President Dilshad Ahmad has also reportedly resigned from the p
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