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Estates Department leaves 200 Govt employees shelter less
Political workers enjoy free stays, Officials smell rat, apprehend high end corruption
12/10/2018 1:11:11 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The Estates Department in Jammu and Kashmir has exhibited yet another display of pathetic functioning as it has left no less than more than 200 move employees without shelter in state's winter capital. As per the reports coming to fore, more than 200 state government employees who are discharging their duties in Jammu are spending their days without any accommodation as the department of estates has ruthlessly left them in lurch and hasn't given them any place to stay. On the other hand, the political sycophants of various political parties have been given the prized locations in private hotels as means to stay, the cost of which is being borne by the department of estates. Scores of move employees told Early Times that a very high level of corruption is been witnessed in the department of estates as it has only provided accommodation who had greased the palms of its employees and get the recommendation of political groups. "Otherwise, how is ...
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JKSIC goes defunct: Post of CIC, SIC Jammu vacant
12/10/2018 1:10:47 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: Despite amendment in Jammu and Kashmir State Information Commission (JKSIC) to facilitate appointment of State Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) and State Information Commissioners (SICs) during the Governor's Rule or Presidents Rule, two major positions i.e. CIC and SIC are vacant increasing number of pending cases manifold. Hailing, recent decision of State Administrative Council (SAC) headed by Governor Satya Pal Malik for enactment of the 'Jammu and Kashmir Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2018, Ankush a RTI activist, said he hoped that soon the vacant positions in commission be filed to streamline derailed SIC to strengthen 'transparency' ...
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KPs seek political reservation for community; petition before PM
12/10/2018 1:10:40 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Dec 9: The demand for reservation of seats in Parliament and State Legislature has gained momentum with some Kashmiri Pandit organisations taking up the issue with both State and Central governments this time. According to sources some KP organisations are serious for reservation of seats in Parliament and State Legislature and they have petitioned the demand before Union and State Government besides BJP leadership demanding reservation of seats for the minority Pandits in law making bodies. In a representation given to Union Government and State BJP leadership, the head of a KP organisation in his memorandum to PM and BJP leadership has demanded that BJP s...
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Mujgund encounter ends with killing of three militants
12/10/2018 1:10:30 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Dec 9: The night long encounter between militants and joint party of police as well as security forces at Mujgund in the outskirts of Srinagar ended this morning with the death of third militant. Reports said that while two militants had been killed in the gunfight in the late hours on Saturday their associate a Pakistani national was killed today. All the militants owed allegiance to militant outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and some arms as well as ammunition were recovered from their possession. Among the slain militants included a teenage militant who had joined the militant ranks only last week. He has been identified as 14 years old Muda...
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Councillor takes on DC Kishtwar over land encroachment
Seeks Governor's intervention for retrieving encroached land
12/10/2018 1:10:19 AM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The newly elected councillor from Kishtwar Municipality has expressed great resentment towards inaction on part of the Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar Angrez Singh Rana towards retrieving the encroached land and Bandobasti Rasta Under Khasra No. 1,2 & 3 of revenue village Poochal. He threatened to approach the court against him (DC Kishtwar) and the revenue officials involved in allowing the encroachers to encroach the said land. As per the details available with "Early Times", social activist and newly elected councilor from Kishtwar Municipality Sajjad Ahmed Najjar had written to DC Kishtwar on 26-11-2018 inviting his attention towards ...
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PDP leader cozy with NC
12/10/2018 1:10:05 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Dec 9: A top leader of the Peoples Democratic Party is enjoying unusually cordial relations with the National Conference. The PDP leader who hails from north Kashmir had been avoiding party meetings for the last few months and was said to be having strained relations with the party top brass. Sources said the PDP leader has been looking into the prospects of joining arch rival NC in the coming weeks after having got an offer in this regard. Sources said the NC is aware that the leader in question is not in good terms with the PDP and thus has decided that the "opportunity needs to be cashed." It was reliably learnt that the Abdullahs have been personal...
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CUJ Dy Registrar openly shames Professors, scholars
Anger brewing among students
12/10/2018 1:09:57 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: Undermining the intellect of professors working in the Central University of Jammu, a Deputy Registrar openly used derogatory language against the Head of the departments (HODs), mockingly comparing them with nuclear scientists. The derogatory remarks were not made in any closed room but in front of hundreds of students and scholars by the deputy registrar in a fit of anger, leaving the gathering totally stunned. The incident happened last week in the Central University of Jammu, when the drivers of the buses refused to overload their buses during the off hours. The drivers had refused to return from university as they had to board over 70 students in t...
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Jammu farmers get peanuts as discrimination continues
Construction of Semi Ring Road
12/10/2018 1:09:44 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: What can be termed as open discrimination with farmers of Jammu district, the authorities at the helm of affairs are forcibly trying to snatch agricultural land of farmers and in return are providing them very meager amount as compensation. One such fresh case has been reported from Bansultan village of R S Pura tehsil of Jammu. Details available with Early Times reveal that National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is paying mere Rs 1.80 lakhs per kanal to farmers affected by Semi Ring Road in Bansultan village of R S Pura while as market rate of land in the same village varies between Rs 50 to 60 lakhs per kanal. " My 8 kanals of agricultural land i...
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Indifference of Irrigation Deptt hampers irrigation scheme
Suffers loss of Rs 24 lakh, Cost escalation goes up to Rs 1.5 Cr
12/10/2018 1:09:32 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The failure of the Irrigation Department to keep proper monitoring on the execution of project, a Lift Irrigation Scheme in Jammu got withheld after spending Rs 24 lakhs on it, resulting in escalation from Rs 2.5 crore to Rs 4 crore. Sources told Early Times that the main purpose of execution of Lift Irrigation Scheme was to increase the agriculture produce in the State. "Lift Irrigation Scheme Aijpur Trewa was taken up in 2003- 04 at an estimated cost of Rs 2.50 crore to create 1,400 acres of Irrigation Potential with an envisaged increase in agricultural produce by 47,000 quintals," they said further adding that the scheme remained incomplete d...
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Pak stooges call for strike despite traders, transporters rejecting 'hartal politics'
Habits Die Hard!
12/9/2018 10:22:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: Despite facing stiff opposition from the traders, transporters and other sections of the society, the so-called Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and the so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik have called for a shutdown in Kashmir on Monday on the occasion of World Human Rights Day. It may be recalled that traders addressed a news conference in Srinagar last week and told the separatists in clear terms that they don't want to follow any of their strike calls. "Pak stooges cannot mend their ways. They have to give strike calls just to appease their bosses sitting across the Line of Co...
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Hizb terrorist arrested from Kishtwar outskirts
12/9/2018 10:21:55 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: Coming close on the heels of success by busting an ISI espionage racket yesterday, Kishtwar police today claim to have arrested a Hizb terrorist involved in recruiting the youths from outskirts of Kishtwar town Sunday. As per the details available with Early Times, the arrested terrorist is wanted in case FIR No. 182/2018 U/S 120-B/121/121-A/RPC 7/27 I.A Act, 4/5 Exp Act 3/13/U(P)A Act at Police Station Kishtwar. While divulging the deta...
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PHE fails to purchase Advance Drilling Rig Machines
Funds worth Rs. 8 Cr lying unused
12/9/2018 10:21:32 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: The callousness on part of Public Health Engineering Department (PHE) can be gauged from the fact that despite availability of funds worth Rupees 8 Crores for purchasing of two Advance Drilling Rig Machines, one each for Jammu and Kashmir division, the department has failed to procure them. Sources in Ground Water Division of PHE informed Early Times that an year back, the state government had sanctioned worth Rupees 8 Crores for the procurement of two "advance drilling rig machines" (Reverse rotary rig machine) but due to dilly-dallying of department concerned, the procurement is still not done. "Just after constitution of PDP-BJP coalition government...
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SAC approves landmark decision to streamline JK's teaching cadre
Gives nod to Nuclear Medicine Deptt for GMC Jammu, upgrdation of Sub-Centre Utterbani, Jammu to PHC
12/9/2018 9:44:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Dec 9: In a land mark decision aimed at streamlining the teaching cadre in Jammu & Kashmir, the State Administrative Council (SAC) under the chairmanship of Governor, Satya Pal Malik approved the Action Pan recommended by the Committee constituted vide G.O No 1263-GAD of 2018, Dated 13.08.2018. The Committee was mandated to devise a comprehensive strategy to review the issues of all school teachers in the School Education department including those funded under the on-going Centrally Sponsored Scheme 'Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan' (SSA) and suggest possible solutions Over the years, School Education department has been facing immense difficulties due to multiple cadr...
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