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'Skips political debates on Kashmir, talks more about bad weather'
In Parliament, NC's 'firebrand' leader softens after abrogation of special status
12/9/2019 10:27:45 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 9: One of the senior leaders of the National Conference, who had previously been known for his"firebrand" statements like threatening to "chop off the tongue that would speak against Pakistan" is now a "soft voice" who rarely even talks about Kashmir than to talk about his "erstwhile love for the enemy country." The leader, who is also a Member Parliament, has preferred to be silent over the abrogation of the special status of the erstwhile state, though in the past he would say that he was always there for "Kashmir cause." Insiders said the said leader has finally shed his "firebrand image in support of Kashmir and looks ahead to be seen as an obedient
Dual face of NC, PDP comes to fore yet again; party MPs not ready to resign
12/9/2019 10:27:28 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, Dec 9: The old saying that politicians have dual face has been proved time and again by the leaders, activists and workers of different political groups. Two of the leading mainstream political parties of Jammu & Kashmir have set their own bench marks in this regard. Leaders of National Conference (NC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) claimed that democracy has been 'murdered' as soon as Parliament passed the resolution of abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A in Jammu & Kashmir. Both these articles gave special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir. On ground the leaders of both these parties along with the workers and activ
JK Reorganization Act 2019 unequivocally speaks about implementing Central RTI Act
Committee constituted by GAD to examine RTI creates confusion
12/9/2019 10:27:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The constitution of a committee by General Administration Department (GAD) of Union Territory to take a call on Right to Information (RTI) Act has created confusion among people as the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act 2019 unequivocally mentioned about implementing of Central RTI Act and abolition of erstwhile State's RTI Act. According to the information, the GAD has constituted a five members committee headed by Administrative Secretary of GAD. The committee has been entrusted to examine whether UT of JK would come under preview of Central Information Commission or a separate Commission to be constituted for the region, while it would also take call
Thanks to previous regime's inefficacy, power reforms given least priority
Finally, Govt winds up R-APDRP scheme in JK
12/9/2019 10:27:08 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The centrally sponsored scheme launched about nine years ago to ensure better electricity supplies in twin capitals of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir has finally died a pathetic death with contact ended amid absolute chaos and confusion. Launched in the year 2011, Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme (R-APDRP) had a focus to reduce aggregate technical and commercial losses in power distribution and management across state utilities. A Private firm was selected to establish reliable and automated systems for sustained collection of accurate baseline data for Jammu and Kashmir Power Development, as well as enhance adoption o
BJP infighting: High command to depute senior leaders for new president's election
12/9/2019 10:26:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: Keeping in view the ongoing infighting within the J&K unit of the party, BJP high-command has decided to depute senior leaders to conduct elections of the president of J&K. Although date for the election has yet not announced, party high command will depute senior leaders within couple of days to ensure that only deserving candidate will be get elected as J&K president. Credible sources said that instead of taking workers into confidence a group within the party was trying to impose its decision on workers. During district and mandal president elections similar procedure was adopted and views of grass-root level workers were ignored in appointing district
Of 16 teachers' staff at GGHS Sundergali, 10 teachers running attached
12/9/2019 10:26:47 PM
AB Sharma Early Times Report rajouri, Dec 9: The education of students of Government Girls High School Sundergali of Education Zone Mogla is getting adversely affected as out of total strength of 16 teaching staff, 10 teachers have been running attached in Jammu and Rajouri districts. Sources told Early Times that the only six teachers have been discharging their duty in the school, making difficult to take all classes due to shortage of staff. "Although school has 16 teachers but 10 teachers have been attached and their salaries are being withdrawn by them from this school," they said. Recently, a delegation of Panchayats representatives visited the school to take note of the complai
Govt for monitoring of welfare schemes in JK
12/9/2019 10:26:37 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Dec 9: Waking up to discrepancies in welfare schemes, Jammu and Kashmir administration has set up guidelines for transparency in implementation of scholarship schemes in the new Union Territory. Sources said authorities have expressed concern over mismanagement of welfare schemes in Jammu and Kashmir. "Directives have been issued to concerned officials to ensure transparency in implementation of scholarship schemes," sources said. Officials have also been told to remove bottlenecks faced by students with regard to obtaining of various documents. "There are complaints that genuine students are not able to avail benefits under various scho
Sonia prefers Rahul over Priyanka
Kaun Banega Congress Chief?
12/9/2019 10:26:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The Congress party is all set to elect its new president in the next week as Sonia Gandhi's term as interim chief is going to end. Sonia had token over the reigns of the party after debacle of the Congress in 2019 Parliamentary polls which were fought under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. Soon after party lost elections Rahul Gandhi announced that he is no more the president of the grand old party and he has calls it quits. Rahul did not pay any heed to the requests made by the loyalists of the Gandhi family not to quit and maintained that he is no more the Congress president. Rahul remaining adamant led to Sonia taking the charge as interim chief of the
Week after transfers, Patwaris on run for prize postings
12/9/2019 10:26:16 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report udhampur, Dec 9: Displaying utter shamelessness, few officials of revenue department are running from pillar to post, some even trying it hard to get their transfer orders change as they want to remain at the places where they were already posted for these being 'prize postings.' It is pertinent to mention here that hardly a week back 75 Patwaris were transferred by the DC Udhampur after getting approval of Financial Commissioner of revenue Sources informed that all the 75 transfers were made on merits taking into account previous performances and many revenue officials have even joined their new places of posting. "A handful of Partwaris are running
BRO rendering commendable services in connecting inaccessible, remote areas along borders: Lt Guv
Lt Governor dedicates 72 mtrs Draj Bridge on Rajouri-Budhal road to public
12/9/2019 10:26:00 PM
Early Times Report rajouri, Dec 9: Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu today dedicated the 72 mtr long Draj Bridge on Rajouri-Budhal road to the public. The construction of the 72mtr Draj Bridge on Rajouri-Kandi-Budhal road will provide much needed all weather connectivity to the surrounding villages of Draj, Samote, Budhal, Kotranka and other areas. Addressing a gathering of enthusiastic locals of the area, Army and GREF personnel, the Lt. Governor underlined the contribution of BRO t
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