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Why no police case against those abusing Dogra Maharajas, ask Jammuites
5/25/2018 1:08:29 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: Even as the government has promptly filed case against the brother of ousted Forest Minister, and Bharatiya Janta Party leader Choudhary Lal Singh, for having used abusive language against Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, why has no case has ever been filed against the anti-India forces in Kashmir who openly abuse the Dogra Maharajas. This question has started doing the rounds in the public circles in Jammu. While the people appreciate registration of FIR for use of abusive language against the Chief Minister, questions are being raised over silence of successive regimes against the way image of the glorious Dogra Maharajas was being tarnished by a lobby in Kashmir. Leave apart the separatists, who are seen as paid agents of Pakistan, even the regional parties like National Conference, have largely been living by fueling hatred against the Dogra Maharajas. The National Conference finds its birth in the conspiracy against the Dogra Maharajas and proj...
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Police usually ignore common man if someone abuses him on social media'
5/25/2018 1:08:22 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: Jammu and Kashmir Police have been hunting for Rajinder Singh, brother of the former minister Chaudary Lal Singh, in connection with the case registered against him for using derogatory language against the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. Rajinder Singh's utterances against the woman Chief Minister of the state have drawn flak and everyone has taken a strong note of it. Everyone is of the opinion that he should not have used such a language. "Since the day FIR has been registered against Rajinder Singh alias Bubby Jammu and Kashmir Police have become active and are leaving no stone unturned to locate him," said an analyst. He said, "If anyone abuses a com...
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Tourism deptt makes mockery of 'Digital India'
Minister missing from website
5/25/2018 1:08:07 AM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: The website of Directorate of Tourism Department Jammu has not been updated for a long time now. There is no mention of Tourist Minister Tassaduq Mufti on the website. Reliable sources in the department said: "The government had directed all departments several times to regularly update their websites in order to promote transparency. But it seems the officials of department concerned deliberately ignore directives of the government". Sources ...
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BJP, PDP shamelessly conducting 'excursions tours' of border areas
Despite in the power since 2014, BJP has failed to solve even a single problems related to the residents of IB. PDP, on the other hand, has shown cold shoulder response to the demand of granting reservation to IB residents as par with LoC
5/25/2018 1:07:47 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: Instead of fulfill long pending demands of border people, BJP and PDP leaders are these days busy is 'excursion tours' of the camps where Pakistani shelling affected people have taken shelter. During 2014 Parliamentary and assembly polls, BJP had promised to provide alternative land to the people living near the border. And furthermore, BJP had also promised to grant reservation to the people living near International Border (IB). Three and half years have be...
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Army Officer targeted, Kulgam Sex Scandal ignored
Hypocrisy at its best!
5/25/2018 1:07:16 AM
Early Times Report srinagar, May 24: Exhibiting worst form of hypocrisy , Kashmiri Pseudo-intellectuals, Pakistan Proxies and mainstream politicians-who didn't speak a word on Kulgam sex Scandal, took no time to target an army officer on Thursday. These people took to social media sites and started leveling baseless allegations against the brave army officer who is fighting terrorists in hinterland. Some of them even alleged that army officer was caught in a comprising position with the woman and all these allegations were negated by the CCTV footage released by the Hotel Grand Mamta Srinagar. The officer, as per reliable sources, had booked the hotel room to meet his 'source', however ...
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VC showers undue favours to tainted 'KPS', promoting corruption in JU
Instead of snub, more lucrative positions offered to corrupt official'
5/25/2018 1:06:55 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: University of Jammu (JU) has become a den of corruption coupled with nepotism and favoritism as the Vice Chancellor is driving the varsity with his own whims and fancies just to serve his own cause as well as the cause of his blue-eyed. According to highly placed sources, recent in this series is posting of tainted Assistant Registrar Khem Pal Singh Sambyal (KPS) as Incharge of Law Section. Notably, this tainted officer is also holding the lucrative position of Assistant Registrar in Colleges Development Council (CDC) with the blessings of his godfather (Vice Chancellor Prof Ramji Dass Sharma). Sources disclosed that varsity administration removed him fr...
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Pesky power cuts in Jammu leave devotees high and dry in Ramadan month
5/25/2018 1:06:34 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: Pesky power cuts in Jammu region have left the devotees in lurch in the holy month of Ramadan. People are finding it hard to cope with sweltering heat in the holy month of Ramadan as the unscheduled power cuts have made it difficult for them to beat the heat. A resident while talking to Early Times said, "It has been a trend that soon after Durbar shifts from Jammu PDD resorts to curtailment and people are left helpless as the electronic gadgets like air co...
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Terror strikes Jammu: 2 cops, among three injured in grenade blast at Bus Stand
Another grenade hurled in Srinagar
5/25/2018 1:06:16 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: Three persons including two police personnel received injuries and two police vehicles were damaged when an unidentified terrorists lobbed grenade on a police vehicle in General Bus Stand area here late on Thursday night following which high alert was sounded in the Jammu district. Police sources said that three persons including two cops received injuries when a group of unidentified terrorists hurled a grenade on police gypsy at around 10:45 pm on Thursday ...
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Shame! GMC denies ambulance to border shelling injured
5/24/2018 11:10:09 PM
Gurdas Kumar Early Times Report Vijaypur, May 24: The claims of the state government of providing all kind of facilities to the injured in cross-border shelling by Pakistan has proved hollow. An ex-serviceman, who got seriously injured in cross-border shelling at Ramgarh, Samba, was denied ambulance facility by Government Medical College Hospital Jammu despite being referred to PGI Chandigarh for advanced treatment. Vikas Kundal of village Keso Manhasan in Ramgarh area got injured on Tuesday and was immediately shifted to CHC Ramgarh from where he was referred to GMC Jammu. But after some treatment when his condition didn't improve, he was referred to PGI Chandigarh. But when his...
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Health deptt adds insult to injuries of border firing victims
5/24/2018 11:10:03 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: On one side Pakistan has made lives of people living in Jammu's border areas hell by uninterrupted shelling and on the other side the Health department is leaving no chance to rub salt on their wounds by not providing the much-required health services to the affected people. The hospitals of the border areas have not enough facilities including critical ambulances. These areas fall in Kathua, Samba, and Jammu district. Despite knowing that cross-border firing and shelling have often led to heavy casualties, the respective district administration and the Health ministry have never taken this issue seriously. Recently, two young boys, ...
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SKIMS authenticates CL list but submits 'insufficient' info
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5/24/2018 11:09:57 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Srinagar, May 24: After 'Early Times' report, authorities at Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Srinagar finally authenticated the list of casual workers on Wednesday. However the officials at the primer health institute have 'deliberately' submitted information to the government to apparently delay the process of regularization of genuine workers. Hospital sources privy to the development revealed that after ET report, Director SKIMS asked his sub-ordinate officials to submit the requisite information to the government regarding the casual employees who had also threatened to stage protests in case the information sought by the g...
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Despite SC directions, JKHC extends cold shoulder to of retirees
5/24/2018 11:09:46 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 24: Despite directions of the Supreme Court of India to release of pensionary benefits in favour of retired employees of J&K Handicrafts (S&E) Corporation, the official high-handedness in the Handicrafts Corporation is making senior citizens suffer as majority of the pension cases are yet to be forwarded to Accountant General's Office (AG office). As reported already, the Government had constituted group of Ministers to look into implementation of Supreme Court decision wherein Jammu & Kashmir Government had been directed to provide pension benefits to employees of J&K Industries and J&K Handicrafts Corporation as both the corporations were full-fledge...
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DC Kishtwar dares to monitor works executed by CDF/MPLAD funds
5/24/2018 11:09:38 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, May 24: In a significant development to check misuse of CDF & MPLAD funds worth Crores of rupees at the disposal of MLAs, MLCs & MPs, District Development Commissioner Kishtwar Angrez Singh Rana today constituted committees to verify the execution of works for which funds worth crores are being released every year. As per the details available with Early Times, Rs. 5 Crores/year MPLAD funds at the disposal of Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha MPs while Rs. 3 Crores /year at the disposal of MLAs and MLCs are allegedly being misused on the name of development. It was disclosed that 13 committees have been constituted for the purpose and each committee is headed by a se...
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Govt Deptts turn SIC into toothless tiger
5/24/2018 11:09:19 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, May 24: It seems that State Information Commission(SIC) has turned into a toothless tiger with government departments rarely adhering to any of its directives for implementation of RTI Act 2009. It has been nine years since implementation of RTI Act 2009 in Jammu and Kashmir. However, the State Information Commission has expressed unhappiness over lack of implementation of RTI Act 2009 in Jammu and Kashmir. Most government departments in Jammu and Kashmir are in clear defiance of an important section of the J&K Right to Information Act 2009 by either not developing their websites or not keeping the information available on the existin...
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DySP doubles as property dealer, strikes deal on 45 kanal state land
5/24/2018 11:09:11 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 24: A Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) who is posted as Sub Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) in one of the sub divisions of a district of Jammu-Kathua-Samba (JKS) range has allegedly struck a deal on fencing 45 kanals state land which is in illegal possession of a contractor. "The SDPO who name earlier also surfaced in deals on disputed and state lands has once again come into limelight after he pressed his 'karyakhas' for the specific job", said sources in the police department, adding that for this purpose, the DySP has demanded half share in the land. If sources are to be believed, a chunk of 45 kanals of state land situated in Birpur area of Sa...
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