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Gazetted officer insults national anthem in presence of Governor, Minister
"He takes salary in Indian currency, shows no respect; punish him'
2/24/2018 11:35:42 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: In another shocking incident of insult to national anthem after Baba Ghulam Shah Badsha University, a senior officer at Academy of Art, Culture and Languages preferred to sit in presence of the Governor N N Vohra and Minister for Culture Priya Sethi during an official function at Abhinav Theater in Jammu. As per the details available with Early Times, the gazetted officer of Academy of Art, Culture and Languages chose not to stand up wh
2 courses terminated at DDE, HGRCC wound up, UIET snatched
JU suffers major setbacks during incumbent VC's tenure
2/24/2018 11:35:23 PM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: Apart from allegations of nepotism, the University of Jammu has faced several major setbacks during the tenure of the incumbent Vice Chancellor, Prof R D Sharma, who will retire form Service in March. Sharma's tenure is all set to end on March 12, but during his tenure 'deadwood' was placed at worthy posts, and at the same time some courses and Centres were closed leaving the stakeholders on the mercy of God. "His tenure as VC begun with closure of two PG Courses in Directorate of Distance Education (DDE) and both courses contributed huge in case of revenue", sources said. They said that the PG course, Political Science at DDE begun
Now 'north-front alliance' unnerves PDP
2/24/2018 11:35:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: Even as the ruling People's Democratic Party is struggling to restore peace in restive Kashmir, the reports about formation of a "north-front" alliance has unnerved the PDP leadership. Source said the PDP leadership has received credible inputs that some of its leaders from north Kashmir have gone for a secret pact to come up with alliance which is being codenamed as "north-front". Sources said atleast three leaders from PDP including a Member Parliament had been holding secret discussions in league with two lawmakers from separate parties from Kupwara. Source said the meetings as undertaken by these leaders have been enough for the PDP to press the "
Unflinching support of PDP, NC encourage stone pelters to attack Sunjwan Army camp with rocks
2/24/2018 11:35:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: Emboldened by unflinching support of ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and opposition National Conference as well as undeclared support by two national parties BJP and Congress, stone pelters of Kashmir Valley have registered their presence in Jammu by attacking Army's Sunjwan camp which was stormed by the terrorists on February 10. It is really shocking that police and other security agencies are busy in getting lead for February 10 terror attack, stone pelters dared to attack the same camp with stones and rocks. It is first after inception of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir that some groups of agitational terrorists have pelted stones on security
FIR lodged against miscreants
2/24/2018 11:35:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: The Army has lodged an FIR against unidentified miscreants for pelting stones at a military station which was recently attacked by a group of three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists here. Six soldiers and a civilian were killed and 10 others, including four soldiers, were injured in the terror attack on the Sunjwan camp. All three terrorists, who stormed the camp, were also killed in retaliatory action. An army official said unidentified people pelted stones at the camp along the Jammu-Pathankot bypass yesterday. "The stone pelting was done on post number 12, which is adjacent to the area which was the suspected entry point of three terrorists," he said.
Forces invigilating staff to take classes during exams
GDC Principal facilitates copying
2/24/2018 11:34:57 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: A Principal of Government Degree College (GDC) has devised a new strategy to provide ample opportunities to some of blue-eyed to do copying during exams as the invigilating staff, has been forced to take classes during the exams. Sources in the department informed Early Times that for the last some days, the examination for various semesters of graduation degree course, have been going on. Though the invigilating staff has been deputed in the examination halls but the invigilating staff is reportedly directed by the Principal to take classes during the examinations. "When the examination is going on, the invigilating staff is verbally directed by the
'End proxy war, launch counter offensive to teach Pak a lesson'
2/24/2018 11:34:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: Pakistan Army shifting its focus from Jammu region to Kashmir and resorting to unabated ceasefire violations in north Kashmir's Uri and Kupwara sectors is an indication that neighbouring country is planning to send in more terrorists to keep the pot boiling in the state. Sources told Early Times that hundreds of families living near Line of Control have fled their homes and have shifted to safer places. "Pakistan Army on Saturday made announcements through public address systems asking people to vacate their homes," sources added. An official said that Pakistan Army has created war like situation along the LoC especially in Uri sector. "Indian Army
Leave daggers alone, mainstream politician visits residence of slain Hurriyat leader at Budgam
2/24/2018 11:34:42 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Feb 24: Politicians belonging to the mainstream camp may be at daggers with politicians owing their allegiance to the separatist ideology, but there are times when the politicians of both camps share a same stage. A similar situation was witnessed couple of days back in the Central Kashmir's Budgam district. Sources told Early Times that a mainstream politician belonging to Budgam district visited the residence of a Tehreek-I-Hurriyat (TEH) middle rung leader who was killed couple of weeks back by some unidentified gunman while he was on way back to home. "The mainstream leader considered to be political heavyweight in the state especia
Pakistan sheds crocodile tears over ceasefire violations
Behind the veil
2/24/2018 11:25:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24 :-Pakistan has repeated its contention that Indian troops have been responsible for violating ceasefire agreement.Though each day Pakistani troops resort to ceasefire violation on different sectors on the LOC and whenever the Indian troops retaliate Islamabad is furious in blaming India for killing people and soldiers. This is what has happened on Friday as the Indian troops retaliated and in the retaliation number of posts were demolished killing Pak soldiers and some militants Islamabad immediately took some officials of the embassies in Pakistan to show vast devastation carried by the Indian troops.But the Indian troops and New Delhi do
Year on, JKSSB fails to interview for 59 JA posts
2/24/2018 11:25:15 PM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: The type test of 59 Junior Assistants (JA) state cadre posts conducted by Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board (JKSSB) in November 2106 has not fetched them jobs as the board has failed to conduct interviews. An aspirant informed Early Times that the board had advertised 68 state cadre posts including Junior Assistant, Junior Stenographer and driver and in division cadre also advertised more than hundreds of posts in various designation of different departments under advertisement notice 01 of 2016 dated Jan 6, 2016 and the type test of divisional as well as state cadre was conducted in the ending of 2016 but till date board has
Waterborne diseases on rise in Udhampur, elsewhere
Open dumping of Solid Waste across state
2/24/2018 11:25:06 PM
Early Times Report udhampur, Feb 24: Open dumping of solid waste across the state has resulted in alarming increase in waterborne diseases especially in Udhampur where the sources of drinking water has been turned into a dumping site. As Municipal Council Udhampur continues to dump solid waste in the open along the banks of Tawi on Jammu- Srinagar National Highway , sources in Health Department have revealed that patients suffering from intestinal and other similar diseases is on rise due to intake of polluted water which is supplied by PHE. Details available with Early Times reveal that Tawi River flowing through Udhampur has been contaminated with municipal solid waste that is dumpe
Depts fails to take measures for curbing road accidents
No takers of Govt directives
2/24/2018 11:24:56 PM
Minam Saqib Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Feb 24: The departments, have failed to take measures to prevent road accidents so far. "In July 2015, various Roads and Buildings, Transport, Police, Education, Health Department and local bodies were directed to work together for reduction of road accidents but nothing has been done by these departments," an official said. The official said that government also set up a 'Lead Agency' to coordinate their activities to ensure road safety in the state. "Nothing has been done so far. Even these departments did not meet over the years to ensure coordination in their activities," the official said. Official sources said the authorities have ex
State Govt reluctant to install CCTVs to curb corruption
2/24/2018 11:24:42 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 24: At a time when the Transparency International painted a grim picture of India with corruption index witnessing a spike, Jammu and Kashmir too has failed to fight the menace. As per the official data in possession of the Early Times, there has been little action taken by the government to end corruption in the government departments with this shameful practise ruling the roost. If the corruption index in India is surging, it is widely expected the Jammu and Kashmir state shall have a due contribution in this regard as there are no serious signs indicating that the government is taking any measure to put lid over the practise. On April 16 this ye
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