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BJP proposes, Sajjad Lone opposes
Minority status for JK Hindus
6/25/2016 12:10:42 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: Separatist turned mainstream politician Sajjad Gani Lone opposing the demand to give minority status to Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir has once again proved that saffron party is not interested in fighting for the issues which touch the skin of a common man in Jammu. Responding to a clubbed query of BJP MLCs Vibodh Gupta, Dhramvir Singh and Charanjeet Singh whether the state government intends to set up a minority commission, Sajjad Lone said there is no such proposal. Sources told Early Times the BJP legislators had raked up the issue of providing minority status to Hindu community in JK after informing the party high command well in advance. "It was expected that the Social Welfare minister, Sajjad Gani Lone who was inducted into the cabinet from the BJP quota, would give a satisfactory reply and set the ball rolling for the process. However, he closed the chapter even before it could be opened," sources added. They said, "BJP during the past...
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VO presents annual report in LA, skips names of 3 Speakers
6/25/2016 12:10:33 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: State Vigilance Organisation has done it again. In the report it laid down in the state Assembly today, there is everything which it covered under the purview of its functioning except mention of the name of three ex Speakers for their alleged involvement in the high profile backdoor appointment of 37 people in the Assembly Secretariat. The report was presented in the Assembly today on behalf of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. In what can be seen as a deliberate attempt to shield and cover high profile politicians belonging to two political parties -two from National Conference Akbar Lone and Mubarak Gul besides Tara Chand of Congress who occupied the cha...
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Cong 'hatching conspiracy to break Jammu province'
A step towards Greater Kashmir?
6/25/2016 12:10:26 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: The so-called Indian Nation Congress (INC), which created mess in Jammu and Kashmir by involving the otherwise irrelevant Sheikh Abdullah in the accession process and incorporating separatist and communal Article 370 in the Indian Constitution to create an impression the world over that the state was not an integral part of India to the extent other states of the Union were, has been hatching one conspiracy after another to break Jammu province and help the votaries of Greater Muslim Kashmir fulfill their 70-year-old dream. Between May 25 and June 23, the Congress took two steps in the Assembly aimed at dividing Jammu province on religious lines like t...
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WPRs issue: 'It's time to act, not to delay'
6/25/2016 12:10:14 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: It was before the accession of J&K with India that thousands of Hindus (mostly Dalits) migrated from the then West Pakistan to Jammu province to save their lives, culture and dignity. They were given asylum by the then Dogra Maharaja, Hari Singh. They were then assured by the authorities that they would be properly rehabilitated as respectable Indian citizens. Had the Congress and Prime Minister Nehru not transferred political power from Jammu to Kashmir in October 1947 or had the power remained in the hands of Jammu, these refugees would have got all the citizenship rights in the state and they would have become full-fledged citizens of the state. But ...
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Britain's exit from EU setback for Kashmiri separatists
Major development in Europe
6/25/2016 12:10:05 AM
Early times Report JAMMU, June 24. The result on Friday of the historic referendum in Britain on its nearly 43-year-old association with the European Union (EU) has, on the one hand, upset many in Europe, and even in India, and, on the other, disturbed many in Kashmir, who had been questioning the concepts of the state, the nation, the nationality and the borders since almost two decades now and had also been urging New Delhi to render the borders between India and Pakistan and the Line of Control (LOC) irrelevant and porous. Britain was one the most important founders of the EU. The Britons, who exercise their choice between remaining part of the EU and going out of it on Thursday, final...
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ET expose, minister's intervention force DSW to hold of Transfer Melas
6/25/2016 12:09:54 AM
ET Report Jammu, June 24: For an eye wash, the Director School Education Jammu has asked all the Chief Education Officers to conduct Transfer Melas in their respective districts and conclude the exercise before July 1, 2016 for further action. The order in this regard has been issued following Early Times report on alleged pick and choose in transfers of Teachers/Masters and Lecturers in Summer zone schools in sheer violation of much talked about recent Transfer Policy of the School Education Department. According to the sources, the Minister for School Education, Naeem Akhter took serious cognizance of the ET report and asked the Director to explain the reason behind not conducting Tra...
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JU issues notification for admissions, fails to declare results of diploma students
Hundreds of B Tech aspirants left in lurch
6/25/2016 12:09:48 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: Incapability on part of the Directorate of Technical Education and its complete lack of coordination with University of Jammu has jeopardized the career prospects of hundreds of students of Government polytechnic who completed their two year diploma course in engineering. The candidates aspiring to pursue their degree in engineering through lateral entry from GCET are in distress as the University of Jammu has already issued the notification for admissions but the Board of Technical Education has not declared the result of the last semester, thus denying the opportunity to the students. "The University has issued the notification inviting application fro...
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CM reviews progress of work on MHS Park
New recreational facility in Jammu coming up on 45 kanals of reclaimed land on Tawi bank
6/24/2016 11:35:20 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 24: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today visited the site of Maharaja Hari Singh Park on the banks of river Tawi here to personally take stock of the progress of work. The spacious park with recreational facilities is being developed near Tawi bridge on 45 kanals of reclaimed land and is scheduled to be dedicated to the people in August this year. Vice-Chairman, JDA, Mubarak Singh informed the Chief Minister that Rs 75 lakh are being spent on earth-filling and ...
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Allotment of contract to non-state subject under SRO 105 leads to ruckus in Assembly
Members demand resignation of Industries Minister
6/24/2016 11:33:24 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 24: Uproarious scenes were witnessed in Legislative Assembly today as the legislators of opposition parties alleged that despite constitution of a house committee a non-state subject has been given contract under SRO 105. The opposition members demanded resignation of Industries & Commerce Minister. The legislators also demanded action against the officers who gave the contract and said that such officers should be terminated from the services.As soon as the Question Hour began, the opposition legislators led by MLA Kulgam, created ruckus in the House and blamed the government for failing to uphold the order of the House. The MLA Kulgam ...
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Newly macadamized roads sinking dangerously; deptt unconcerned
Public outcry in Jammu
6/24/2016 11:33:00 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, June 24: Non cooperation and coordination among various State government departments has made common masses to suffer and lack of control of the prevailing political dispensation in the State over these departments reveals that there is no government worth in J&K. The worst situation has been created in the State due to this non cooperation and lack of coordination among different government agencies with the result the vested interests are taking its undue advantage . The dismal performance of the government agencies can be gauged from the fact that on the first Day of Monsoon on June 21 entire MAM Stadium turned into a sea with two wheelers and four wheelers...
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7 militants killed in 24 hours in Kupwara
"Heavily armed militants desperate for infiltration"
6/24/2016 11:28:33 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report KUPWARA, June 24: In three separate encounters, seven militants were killed in 24 hours since yesterday, in Kupwara district of north Kashmir. According to senior police officer, fresh encounter broke out today morning in Petha Wadar forest area of Handwara tehsil of Kupwara district. "A search operation was launched by a joint team of police and army after receiving specific inputs about the presence of militants in the area. The hiding militants fired upon them, triggering an encounter in which the militant was killed, the official told Early Times. The official said that, "an unidentified militant was killed today in a gun battle with security force...
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JU harasses low paid, protects high paid employees
6/24/2016 11:27:49 PM
Raj Sandeep Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: A glaring example set by university administration to pounce upon low paid IV class employees for taking action over trivial and deliberately protecting delinquent senior officers and teachers is ruling the roost under the command of VC. The sources informed Early Times that in the recent past, few IV class employees of the University were subjected to stern action entailing their suspension without wasting time over negligence which came to the notice of varsity administration which seems a routine requirement to tune up the administrative system and also because suspension is not punishment as a matter of fact. Taking a dig on the doubl...
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Misleading reply under RTI, GPO unaware about Excel format!
6/24/2016 11:27:43 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: The General Post Office (GPO) Srinagar has provided a misleading information to an RTI Activist wherein the Senior Postmaster has informed in writing that information under RTI Act cannot be provided in an excel format. The GPO officials seem to be unaware that Excel format is an easy mode of providing information and due to lack of computer knowledge they have related excel with an RTI section. The reply sent via speed post under letter No: RTI /MISC/2015 Dated 20/06 /2016 reads as : " The Information sought to be supplied in an excel format does not fall under the purview of section 2 (F) of Right to Information Act 2005" Details available with Earl...
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PDP-BJP coalition fails to improve SRTC's health
6/24/2016 11:27:37 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: The People's Democratic Party-Bhartiya Janta Party (PDP-BJP) has so far failed to improve the health of State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC),which has been incurring losses as in the last concluding year the Corporation has incurred a loss of nearly Rs. 13 Crores. As per the documents in possession of Early Times it has been come to fore that for the year 2014-15, the income generated by SRTC was merely Rs 97.78 Crores but the expenditure in the same period was Rs. 119.48 Crores, thus incurred a loss of Rs. 21.7 Crores. For the concluding year Corporation had earned Rs. 100.16 Crores and the expenditure was Rs. 113.84 Crores, which means Corporation...
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Dredging of Jhelum goes at snail's pace
6/24/2016 11:27:32 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: As Kolkata based company entrusted with dredging of the Srinagar and Baramulla stretches of Jhelum has not been able to meet the timeline, the government on Friday said that two more master dredgers are to be engaged within one week. Sources said that ongoing dredging of river Jhelum way behind target at all the places and the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has taken serious note of the extremely slow pace of work by Kolkata-based Reach Dredgers. Irrigation and Flood Control Minister however denied that the dredging was going on at slow pace but said that two more master dredgers are to be engaged in the next week. "Government's first ...
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Finally, babus vacate posh Cheshmashahi huts
6/24/2016 11:27:26 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: After incurring losses in crores to the state exchequer, the bureaucrats in Jammu and Kashmir have finally vacated the posh Cheshmashahi huts, losing comfort, cool and heydays all of a sudden. For past twenty years, no less than 48 posh huts located on the foothills of Zabarawan mountain range at Chesmashahi, were allocated as official residences to who's who of state bureaucracy during the period of bi-annual Durbar Move. The losses incurred to the public money due to the bureaucrats occupying the prime locations was in crores of rupees but there has been no move from the concerned department over how to get that money back. Sources within the gover...
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Rs 1.53 cr scam surfaces in GMCH
Ahead of probe, lobbying for politicians' aashirwaad starts
6/24/2016 11:27:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: The enquiry into the alleged diversion of Rs 1.53 crore by Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) Jammu has not started yet but some doctors and officials are leaving no stone unturned to influence the case through political interference. Credible Sources in the H&ME Department told Early Times that since the matter of diversion of Rs 1.53 crore in GMCH was taken up in Upper House (J&K Assembly) and Minister for Health and Medical Education Department assured members present in the assembly that will be enquired into these allegations and submit a reportwithin two days but unfortunately, the department concerned has failed to do so till date. ...
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Appointment of CEs in PDD delayed
6/24/2016 11:27:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: Inspite of five clear vacancies of Chief Engineer (electrical) available in the Power Development Department, the BJP-PDP alliance govt headed by Mehbooba Mufti is yet to make any significant headway in this direction. It is pertinent to mention that at present the two top positions of Chief Engineer EM&RE Jammu & Chief Engineer EM&RE Srinagar are being held on additional charge basis. In the absence of full fledged Chief Engineers the Operation & Maintenance of the Electrical System in the PDD and the implementation of the various centrally sponsored schemes and flag ship programmes are being adversely affected. As a coincidence all the top five elig...
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Amid controversy over New Industrial Policy JK witnesses 'least manufacturing' growth in India
6/24/2016 11:27:08 PM
Saqib Junaid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, June 24: While the new industrial policy has triggered a major controversy in the state, under developed Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed least manufacturing growth for the last few years. According to a survey conducted by the Progress Harmony Development (PHD) Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the progress of 'Make in India' scheme, has revealed that Jammu and Kashmir has hardly seen any manufacturing growth in the last few years year. "There has been very less development in all sectors when it compared with other states of the country," it says. "Few of the states which have experienced low growth in the manufacturing sector include Jamm...
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Mafia in Railway Police controls illegal works
6/24/2016 11:27:03 PM
A B Sharma Early Times Report Katra, June 24: Astonishing it may sound, but for the factual ground reality at the base camp of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi, Katra, the things are very disturbing on the holy land. The Government of India envisioned a yeoman's commitment to commission a railway route to the holy town and despite all odds, it does the herculean job and gave the holy town an expanding station with all state of art facilities to the pilgrims reaching the town for the holy darshan of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi . But the lewd part of the grandeur is that government itself has become the smutty character in the process and has started showing the moral fiber that has given a bad name to ...
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CM concerned about Jammu, BJP ministers not
No BJP minister attend review meeting
6/24/2016 10:31:37 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: Amid scorching heat and humid temperature, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti convened a high level meeting to review developmental projects in Jammu. But, the BJP ministers, who are self-styled representatives of Jammu people, have no time to participate in this meeting. Chief Minister managed time from her busy schedule, especially when Assembly session is going on, but the BJP ministers are busy in enjoying pleasant weather of Kashmir Valley. This is second time during the last one month, Chief Minister has reviewed projects in Jammu in the absence of BJP ministers, whose priorities appear to be different. In the beginning of this month, Mehbooba Muft...
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Recruitment scam surfaces in Legislative Council
Meritorious dropped, undeserving blue-eyed appointed
6/24/2016 10:31:29 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: After Legislative Assembly, a major recruitment scam has surfaced in Legislative Council involving top officials of the Council and Law, Justice and Parliamentary affairs department. Early Times has learnt from reliable sources that Council had recruited twenty five employees in 2013, however most of them were ineligible. The beneficiaries of the fraud are said to be top five Cabinet Ministers of then Omar Abdullah Government who allegedly forged nexus with recruiting committee and then secretary Legislative Council to engage the undeserving blue-eyed candidates of Ministers and officers. The posts of translators, reporters, P...
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Separatists call for Violence post Eid
Formal Resolution on coming Friday
6/24/2016 10:31:17 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: Publically announcing to run a cycle of Violence after Eid Festival, Separatist leaders today said that a resolution in this regard will be made Public on Coming Friday at all assembling places across Kashmir. Mirwaiz Umar Farooq who heads his own faction among separatist camps today in Jamia Masjid Srinagar publically announced that separatist leadership will announce a joint resolution on coming Friday at different places across the Kashmir. The resolution according to separatist sources is a detailed protest calendar along with mention of various controversial issues like Pandit and Sainik colony establishment programmes of government. The re...
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FTS still a distant dream in Civil Secretariat
6/24/2016 10:31:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: File Tracking system, a directive Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti ordered soon after taking over the reins of the government has yet to see the light of the day in the echelons of power in Civil Secretariat, thanks to ministers, babus and officials who are not letting this happen to cover up delay in disposal on their end. Ministers should not retain the files for more than 3 days has come as a hollow assertion from the government yet again, contradicting the scene on the ground where files remain pending for uncertain period. The government came out with this assertion on the floor of the House on Wednesday that files with the administrative departmen...
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VC's two hoots to JU Council's resolution
HoD Remote Sensing gets additional charge of DPE
6/24/2016 10:31:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, June 24: Jammu University Council, the top decision making body of the University headed by none other than the Chancellor and the Governor has been demeaned by the incumbent Vice Chancellor as just one day after the resolutions of the last JU Council meet were circulated, its blatant violation was committed by giving dual charge to a Professor who was already Head of an academic department. Taking cognizance of complaints of giving multiple responsibilities to the blue eyed of the university administration, the JU Council had resolved in its last meeting that additional charge of more than one administrative post shall not be assigned to an individual. In ...
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Separatists miffed at Geelani's 'monopoly'
Hurriyat G spokesman eats humble pie
6/24/2016 10:30:53 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, June 24: Ahead of any formal unity among the separatist camps, internal bickering has again erupted as pro-Pakistan hawk Syed Ali Geelani wants to enforce his "one man" rule in the separatist camp here. Sources said at a time when senior separatist leaders including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik have often been calling on Geelani to forge unity, the old man is resorting to tactics, which project him as the sole leader whereas role of others gets shadowed. Sources said a fresh controversy has erupted over Geelani's statement issued on June 22 whereby he "appealed the people of Kashmir to observe the 1st July, the last Friday of the holy month of Ra...
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Excise Department organizes painting competition
Terrorists killed in Kupwara were affiliated to Lashkar, says Army
HC directs not to violate SC order on pvt tution by govt teachers
Court grants bail to woman separatist leader in 2002 case
HC’s directive on ReTs' screening test
Union Home Ministry wants revisit stand on Sainik Colony in Srinagar
PSA detention of accused revoked
ADGP Aggarwal proceeds on central deputation
CM reviews progress of development projects
Jammu city to get Rs 1400 cr for semi-ring project under TAMIER
14 passengers injured in road accident
3 bootleggers held with illicit liquor
DH Poonch lacks basic facilities, patients face hardships
Autorickshaw driver beats woman to death, held
Govt rules out ban on liquor trade, cannot enforced decision on others
Locals got restive over defunct water pumping station
GRP grants in-situ promotions to 07 HCs, 30 Constables
Jhewar Biradari holds congregation, offers prayers to Baba Sidh Goria Ji
Govt bans on import of polythene into state from Lakanpur
DDC directs CMO to initiate probe in 'expired drugs supply' case
NGO resents paid entry to the 'Jekhani Park'
Protest over proposed Sainik Colonies, several hurt
VOJ exorcists SSP Vigilance from state land encroachment row
Power shut down
Ongoing rath yatra of Dharam Jagran to be concluded on June 26
CUJ to start admission of reserved categories in undergraduate courses from June 27
PDP praises govt for including Vaishno Devi Shrine in 10 iconic destinations
Wrestlers of repute to compete at Panya tomorrow
Shobha yatra of Mahatma Atma Ram Sidhji on June 26
NGEU continues two-hour long protest on 3rd day
Cong questions govt's flip-flop on Aap Shamboo sacrilegious act
Five students selected in campus placement drive
Meeting on Empowered Committee held
4 days first aid training course concludes
Agriculture deptt organizes awareness programme for farmers
Several youth joins LJPY wing
EPTWS stages protest, demands settlement of pending issues
Joint delegation of KCCI, JCCI calls on FM, raises several issues
Coalition Govt miserably failed to perform: Bhalla
SVC disposes of 1,742 complaints in 2015
DAVP exhibition concludes at Chamliyal
Bulk SMS service introduced for Shri Amarnathji Yatra
Construction work for Gurudwara in memory of Baba Banda Bahadur begins
MVD conducts special drive against traffic rules violations
GST coming in 6-8 months, J&K must participate: Fin Minister
Major tragedy averted, IED defused on Srinagar-Airport road
Sweets shop owner booked for violation of market practices
Workshop on TLMD held in Doda
Pro-reservation rally to be held on June 26 in Jammu
People rue lack of basic amenities during holy Ramadan
SSB conducts written exam
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