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China in Kashmir not a new phenomenon
7/23/2017 12:00:43 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 22: China, like Pakistan, is India's hostile neighbour is not a secret. Its activities since 1959 or to be more exact since March 2, 1963 in the India's Gilgit-Baltistan region, which is under the illegal occupation of Pakistan since 1947-48, have been known the world over and comprehensively documented. India has protested umpteen times to tell the world that both China and Pakistan have been hobnobbing with each other to weaken the Northern Frontiers of India, the lifeline of the country. The 1962 China-India war and what happened during those bad days and the Chinese frequent incursions in Ladakh region of Jammu & Kashmir are also not a secret. Also, who
Ex-Mantri heads transport deptt, retired Babu is secretary
E-governance J&K way!
7/22/2017 11:40:29 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: In a major embarrassment for ruling PDP-BJP government, opposition National Conference leader Qamar Ali Akhoon continues to be Transport Minister on the "Who's Who" webpage. As per the official page on URL http://jktransport.nic.in/whoiswho.html, Qamar Ali AKhoon is the Transport Minister while Shabir Ahmed Khan is the Minister of State for Transport. As per this official webpage, in case of any need, the aspirants should contact either Ali or Khan while the
JK Commission for Women on sale!
7/22/2017 11:39:50 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: At a time when violence against women in Jammu and Kashmir is prevalent, the official website of J&K State Commission for Women is down since past 12 days and concerned are least bothered about it. As one browses in the internet to find the website of commission for women in JK, there are surprising scenes that astonishes the web surfer. Pricking the digital India balloon, the domain of this official website (http://www.jkscw.in) got expired 12 days ago on July 10, this year and there has been no single measure taken to take the domain back by the commission. An official in the state's IT department told Early Times that normally the domain of the g
CU to bless overstaying college Professors
7/22/2017 11:39:40 PM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The newly established Cluster University of Jammu (CUJ) has started process of inducting teachers for various schools but the short-listing criteria devised by those at the helm of affairs, will ultimately benefit those, who are overstaying in city colleges or the old lot. According to documents, Cluster University of Jammu has begun process for recognition of teaching faculty for various schools of varsity including School of Sciences, School of Social Sciences, School of Liberal Arts and Humanities, School of Engineering and Technology and School of Teacher Education. The University has sought applications from all the teaching faculty
DySP posts wrong info on social media, misleads seniors
7/22/2017 11:39:02 PM
Early Times Report Poonch, July 22: A Deputy Superintendent of Police (Traffic) for Rajouri-Poonch range has posted wrong information about the incident that took place on July 18 at Jarranwali Gali in Surankote, hence misleading his senior. Sheikh Mohammad Aslam, the DySP, posted a message to his seniors on Whatsapp hours after the incident took place where he and his men beat blue and black a Tata Sumo driver Mohammad Saleem Khan who had refused to pay him Rs 500 as entry and instead offer
Recent bus fare hike myths busted, hike not clubbed with GST
7/22/2017 11:35:46 PM
Devinder Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, July 22: The state government recently announced an increase in bus fare. The fare hike is however not the result of the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the state as believed by common citizenry. Many passengers in Jammu area have expressed their concerns on fare hike as they argue that fuel prices have remained under control for quite some time. They cited reasons of fuel remaining out of GST ambit and Consumer Price Index (CPI) being abysmally low. While detesting the decision they said that passengers instead were expecting a decrease in fares after the advent of GST. Hence, due to almost the same timings of the implementat
Hospitals across valley facing serious shortage of nurses
7/22/2017 11:34:13 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, July 22: Despite tall claims of successive state governments to develop health sector by increasing the staff strength in hospitals, shortage of nursing staff continues to affect healthcare badly. Sources said that in the emergency ward of major hospitals in the state, one (1) nurse has to attend at least thirty (30) patients in a shift. It is seen that for 60 patients in a general wards of the majority of the hospitals which include postoperative patients, there are only two nurses to take care of them during night hours," sources in the health department said. Sources said that at JVC SKIMS hospital bemina , only two nurses attend 30 pat
Tourism Deptts vital projects await completion for many years
7/22/2017 11:34:03 PM
Minam Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 22: While the Tourism department has been spending huge money on promotion, it has failed to complete its vital projects which were started years ago. Realising the present state of the tourism sector, the government, in coordination with the state tourism players, organised promotional events to woo the travellers. However, no substantial increase in the inflow of tourists has been noticed in Kashmir so far. At the same time it has failed to complete the projects that could have helped the tourism sector to grow in the state. The department has framed a tourism policy under which it is expected that Kashmir would be a leading destination by
MC fails to keep Sopore town clean
7/22/2017 11:33:43 PM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report Sopore, July 22: Municipal Council Sopore has failed to keep streets, lanes, by lanes and commercial areas clean due to which this town has lost its beauty and people. According to residents of Sidiq Colony Sopore, the MC Sopore has deployed dustbins in large numbers at various places but still garbage is scattered everywhere. Sidiq colony is located at Sopore-Kupwara highway, and there are dozens of dustbins placed in the area, but during morning hour
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