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Irrigation Dept takes up works without survey
Projects worth crores abandoned midway due to technical glitches
1/24/2020 11:11:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 24: The casual approach of Irrigation Department for not conducting proper survey before taking up irrigation schemes has resulted in abandonment of many projects midway due to technical glitches erupted while their execution causing huge loss of funds. Sources told Early Times that two irrigation projects were taken by the department for district Doda got withheld after incurring over Rs80 lakhs due to development of sliding zone and non clearance from forest department while execution of these projects. “As per guidelines, preliminary survey, geological investigation have to be conducted, forest clearance is required from the concerned department befo
PHE Department supplying contaminated water in Rajouri
Years on, cleaning, disinfection of water storage tanks overlooked
1/24/2020 11:11:23 PM
Ankit Kessar Early times Report Nowshera, Jan 24: With sheer negligence on the part of Public Health Engineering (PHE) Department Rajouri, the people of Rajouri, Nowshehara and Sunderbani Sub Divisions are compelled to consume contaminated water being supplied to them as the water storage tanks have reportedly not been cleaned and disinfected since years by the department. Sources told Early Times that there are around 176 water storage tanks in Nowshehara and Sunderbani Sub Divisions a
MHA gives final touches to domicile policy in J&K, announcement soon
1/24/2020 11:10:56 PM
Agencies New Delhi, Jan 24: The final touches for the domicile policy in Jammu and Kashmir have been given by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The policy is aimed at providing protection for the land and job rights for the people of the newly created Union Territory. The policy may be announced anytime soon, a source confirmed to OneIndia. The announcement was expected to be made last week, but there were some final touches that needed to be given and hence it took time, the officer at the MHA said. There is likely to be a clause that states any Indian citizen can acquire residency of Jammu and Kashmir only after staying in the Union Territory continuously for a period of 15 years, Home
‘Build Pandit colonies in J&K; return illegally occupied properties’
Kashmiri Pandit organizations to Government;
1/24/2020 11:10:50 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Srinagar, Jan 24: Most of the Kashmiri Pandit organizations want the Government to create separate colonies in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to accommodate Kashmiri Pandits. Sources said that this is part of a ‘wishlist’ that the different organizations have recently sent to the government on behalf of the Kashmiri Pandits. “Kashmiri Pandits should be rehabilitated with foolproof security. They should be kept together in two or three designated colonies,” a senior functionary of Reconciliation, return & rehabilitation of Kashmiri migrants said. “The government should ensure complete security. They should also get equal opportunity of employment,” said the f
GMC&H’s Doctors bat for parallel body of MTA
1/24/2020 11:10:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 24: Slamming the callous attitude of the concerned authorities and members of the previous Medical Teacher Association for its failure to conduct election, the doctors of the Government Medical College and hospital and its associated hospitals have decided to make a parallel body for the welfare of the fraternity. Penitently, the MTA had completed its 2 years tenure in the month of January 2017 and since then the doctors were trying to conduct the elections but the concerned authorities has completely failed to the initiative to start the process of elections for best reasons are known to them. After healthy discussion through meetings as well as socia
JK on high alert to foil suicide bombing plans
Now Pakistan investing in human bombs
1/24/2020 11:10:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Jan 24: The Jammu and Kashmir has been put on high alert amid intelligence inputs that Pakistan was planning suicide bombings in the newly established Union Territory. Sources said the recent arrest of five youth from the summer capital of Srinagar along with a cache of arms and ammunition including a suicide belt has exposed the nefarious designs of the enemy country that it now wants to use terrorists as human bombs. It is for the first time that the deadly suicide belt was recovered from militants in the restive valley. “It is first such deadly recovery of a suicide belt and it suggests that Pakistan now wants suicide bombing in Kashmir and thus security a
High Court listens to plea of aspirants, postpones examination for district judges
1/24/2020 11:10:24 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Impact SRINAGAR, Jan 24: The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir has postponed the examination for the District Judges (Direct Quota) that was scheduled to be held on February 1 and 2, 2020. The new dates for the examination have not been announced so far. Registrar General, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir issued a notification about the postponement of the examination for district judges. In the notification it has been written that the fresh dates of the examination shall be notified in due course of time. “In continuation to High Court Notification No. 1160/GS dated 05-11-2018 read with Notification No. 447 dated 16.07.2019, Notification No. 700 dated 06.
Trump’s mediation offer becomes a joke
US President turns into laughing stock, as India says polite no again
1/24/2020 11:10:16 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT JAMMU, Jan 24: President of United States Donald Trump seems obsessed with Kashmir. Every time he meets Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, he renews his mediation offer. Since the day Trump has raised the mediation bogey over Kashmir, he has been repeatedly told by the Government of India that there is no chance of any third party role in Kashmir. After Trump’s latest statement the Ministry of External Affairs once again came out with a statement to tell the US President that India’s stand is clear and there are no takers for Trump being ready to act as a mediator. An analyst while talking to Early Times said that the US President, who is facing the impeachment mo
Operate only with J&K Bank: Admin tells officers
1/24/2020 11:10:04 PM
Early times report Jammu, Jan 24: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Friday directed officers to close all official accounts in banks other than the J&K Bank by January 31 or face stern disciplinary action. The J&K administration had last year issued a direction to accounts officers and drawing and disbursing (DDOs) asking them to open official accounts only in J&K Bank. The J&K Bank is the official bank of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. However, a circular issued by Financial Commissioner Arun Kumar Mehta said that the finance department has noted that despite the standing instructions, there are instances of official accounts having been opened in banks other than
Anganwari workers, helpers have come to starvation
No salary from past several months in many ICDS projects across Kashmir valley
1/24/2020 11:10:01 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Jan 24: Despite being a centrally sponsored scheme, hundreds of ICDS workers and Helpers are without salaries from past several months in most of the districts of JK union territory. It is learnt that in 1975, in accordance to National policy for children, the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) was launched in India and simultaneously it was introduced in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir in 2009. According to sources that, ther
Of 68 posts of Supervisors, 33 lying vacant in ICDS Udhampur
1/24/2020 11:09:30 PM
AB Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, Jan 24: At least 33 posts of supervisors under Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Udhampur have been lying vacant in the district. Sources in ICDS Udhmpur informed that there are 68 sanctioned posts of supervisors in seven projects across the district and out of which 35 posts are filled and rest 33 yet to be filled by the concerned authority, which seems to be least bothered to take note of the issue. They further said that around seven projects are functional in the district which is headed by CDPOs. “In Udhampur 19 posts are sanctioned of which 18 are filled up and one lying vacant, similarly in Chenani, there 13 posts of sup
ADC Kishtwar calls for scrutiny of MGNREGA record
Poor job card holder yet to get money against work done, money credited to 3rd party account
1/24/2020 9:40:11 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Jammu, Jan 24: Even though Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar has issued the directions to Assistant Commissioner Development (ACD) Kishtwar and BDO Thakrie over a month ago with regard to release of payment on the name of a job card holder from Panchayat Keshwan B of Thakrie block in Kishtwar District, the officals at the helm of the affairs fail to address the issue of poor job card holder forcing the ADC Kishtwar who is also District vigilance officer for Kishtwar District to call the record for scrutiny. As per the details available with Early Times, job card holder namely Mohammad Ayoob son of Subloo Hajam Resident of Nagni Keshwan has approach the office of DC Kishtwar i
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