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Finally, rumours of 'strained relation' between babus, govt come true
4/29/2017 11:18:02 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: What had been a rumour for many months that all is not well between the top level bureaucracy and the ruling PDP led coalition seems to have proved a reality with the change of the guard at the Civil Secretariat, where senior bureaucrat BB Vyas replaced BR Sharma as the Chief Secretary of the state. As already reported by Early Times, the fissures had started to surface in December 2016 when a major controversy popped up during a Cabinet meeting held here, though government that time tried to downplay the matter. Sources said on the fateful day following difference of opinion between the Chief Secretary and the Chief Minister the decisions taken at the then Cabinet meet couldn't be shared with media for a day. "It was for the first time in the recent past that details of the Cabinet meeting particularly transfers couldn't be finalized or shared with the Information Department while media houses had kept waiting for the whole night. But the fil...
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With pro active approach, new CS to rein in administration, prevent its 'paralysis'
4/29/2017 11:16:48 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: The appointment of BB Vyas as the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir took everyone by surprise today even as the move of BR Sharma's replacement was under consideration for some time, albeit kept under the wraps until it emerged as a decision of the cabinet meeting. As Kashmir grapples with turbulent times yet again, Vyas is tipped to be the man who will rein in a potentially paralysed administration in Valley that goes haywire in tough times. Sources s...
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Zoology lecturers to teach Physics!
PSC does it again
4/28/2017 11:36:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: The Public Service Commission (PSC) has been hogging the limelight due to its erroneous acts these days. In the latest case, the PSC has selected Zoology candidates against the posts referred for Physics lecturers. As per a PSC notification, the select list of Zoology lecturers was declared on April 27. But the notification does not convey information about the Zoology candidates, rather the whole notification gives information about Physics. "The PSC, on April 27, 2017, made public the select list for Zoology lecturers as per notification No. 22- PSC (DR-S) of 2017, Dated: 27.04.2017. The School Education Department had referred 111 posts of lecturers i...
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Heavy deployment may scare voters: Centre, JK likely to tell EC
4/28/2017 11:36:08 PM
Minam Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Apr 28: As the Election Commission of India has sought an unprecedented 74,000 paramilitary personnel from the Centre for deployment during the by-poll to Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency on May 25, the Centre and the state government believe that such a huge deployment may hit the poll percentage and would indicate a war-like situation. The EC has conveyed to the Home Ministry that 740 companies of paramilitary forces should be put at its disposal by May 12. However, sources said the centre and the state believe that such deployment may not be in the interest of the election process. "If there is such a deployment then people may be reluctant to ...
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'Teachers instigate students to protest'
Truth behind protests in Valley schools
4/28/2017 11:35:57 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: In startling revelations, a group of students from some Kashmir schools have accused their teachers of instigating them to hit streets and throw stones at security forces, under a well-hatched conspiracy, with the assistance of outsiders. According to a couple of students from SP Higher Secondary School, Srinagar, they were warned by the teachers of dire consequences if they did not participate in the protests. "I do not know the teacher, but he is very active in instigating students, who otherwise come to school to attend classes," said a student of 11th class, wishing anonymity, adding that these street protests are properly managed and well-handled. ...
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PDP in quandary after Union Government's 'no talk' stand
4/28/2017 11:35:43 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: Announcement of Union Government not to hold talks with separatist leaders has landed PDP in a difficult situation because party leadership has been demanding engagement of all stake holders including separatists for restoring peace in the Valley. Stand taken by Union Government especially after Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti's meeting with Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh is likely to further create fissures in the coalition. Attorney General of Union Government Mukul Rohatgi today told a Bench of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar, "We will talk to only those persons who are legally permitted to hold tal...
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Lack of facilities in GMC, SSH puncture Govt claims
4/28/2017 11:35:33 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: The lack of adequate facilities in Government Medical College (GMC) hospital and Super Specialty Hospital in Jammu has punctured the tall claims of the government about health sector being the priority. Patients visiting both the hospitals face many hardships due to lack of proper facilities. "How can hospitals treat sick people when the prime medical college and super Specialty Hospital don't have adequate equipments and the manpower to handle the patients." "The GMC and SSH besides facing shortage of faculty and staff members has no equipments available for even treating emergency cases. In GMC and SSH there are no kits to perform tests. Even the patie...
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Is Amit Shah's Jammu visit a remedy to save BJP-PDP alliance?
4/28/2017 11:35:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: Amidst the ongoing situation at Kashmir, BJP national president Amit Shah's visit to Jammu on April 29 has attracted stakeholders. According to the stakeholders the BJP-PDP alliance has failed on all fronts and Shah's visit during the situation is the last remedy to save the alliance. BJP national president Amit Shah is visiting to Jammu on April 29 and 30 in order to review the functioning of the PDP-BJP government and working of the party in Jammu and Kashmir. Although the BJP state unit has finalized the program of the party national president, but no schedule According to a member of working committee of the BJP Jammu, Shah will address the core co...
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JMI also goes JNU way
HRD Ministry sleeping
4/28/2017 11:32:09 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 28: Last year, the country witnessed a serious anti-India event in the JawaharlalNehru University. Students of the institution and outsiders organized the event where anti-India and pro-azadi movement were raised. Students from Kashmir were present during the event in great strength and they and others raised such slogans as "Bharat tere tukde honge". The hate and break-India event shocked the whole nation and demanded stringent action against the secessionists in the University, including teachers. Some of them even demanded closure of the University, saying the JNU was only promoting and supporting dreaded Maoists and Islamists. The authorities virtually d...
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Park school buses on both sides of general road, mishaps inevitable
Pvt school owners violate traffic norms with impunity
4/28/2017 11:31:58 PM
MS Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, Apr 27: Owners of pvt schools situated along Mendhar-Jammu road upto Sangla violate traffic norms with impunity as on the both sides of the general road the buses of many private schools can be seen parked which may cause any mishap at any time, sources said here today. All the private schools in general and schools from Mendhar to Sangla in particular park their school buses on the main road on the both sides narrowing the width of the road further which can any day pave way for a big eventuality. These buses lack vital information including the colour and important telephone numbers of PCR and Hospital run ruthlessly on roads but the law forcing...
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High time to weed out pro-Naxal elements
4/28/2017 11:31:48 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: While the whole nation is condemning the Chhattisgarh Naxal attack in which 25 CRPF men attained martyrdom, there are some in the state who allegedly support the macabre incident but the government seems to be unwilling to act against them. It is known to every body that apart from some police and educational institutions, there are Naxal supporters in Jammu University and Central University of Jammu too. After Chhatisagarh Naxal attack, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in in a series of tweets, said, "Attack on CRPF personnel in Chhattisgarh is cowardly and deplorable. We are monitoring the situation closely...We are proud of the valour of our CRPF person...
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Cross border infiltration to increase, warn Intelligence Agencies
Advocates strengthening of troops on borders
4/28/2017 11:31:41 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Apr 28: Against the backdrop of inputs that huge number of militants was waiting across the border to sneak into the Kashmir valley, intelligence agencies during the high level meeting in New Delhi advocated for strengthening of troops deployment on borders. Sources told Early Times that the representatives of the intelligence agencies during the meeting chaired by the Union Home Minister yesterday warned that there will be rise in infiltration attempts from across the border by militants disrupting peace in Jammu and Kashmir especially in view of summer season. "As per reports, scores of trained militants are camping across different l...
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Sanctioned in 2008, GDC Bani building under construction
Education in mess
4/28/2017 11:31:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Apr 28: Nine years after its coming into being, the Government Degree College, Bani continues to run in a rented building. Sources informed Early Times that the callousness of the Higher Education Department (HED) could be gauged from the fact that initially (in 2008), the department had assigned the construction work to Jammu Kashmir Project Construction Corporation (JKPCC), Public Works Department (PWD) and then Jammu Kashmir Housing Board Corporation but all of them have refused to up take the construction work of the college due to low cost fixed by the department. "Last year, the department (HED) once again allotted the construction of the building to J...
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'Militants will have to be killed': Army
4/28/2017 11:31:07 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Apr 28: Situation in Kashmir is grave. Number of militants is increasing. They are attacking the Army, the CRPF and the police. Pakistan is using fidayeens to enter the Army camps to cause maximum damage. What happened in Kupwara was first of its kind It resulted in the martyrdom of three Army personnel, including a Captain, and injury to seven others, who are being treated in military hospital. The worst part of the whole situation is that the locals are hampering the counter-terrorist operations. Not one factor is favouring the Indian security grid in Kashmir. Convinced that the policy of restraint has not worked or not produced the desired results, the Army ...
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Amarnath Yatra litmus test of J&K situation
Major reshuffle in top bureaucracy
Admin denies desecration of religious place at Mattan
HC directive to consider petitioners' promotion as CEs
VO detects fraudulent withdrawal of relief by KP migrant
Mehbooba approves state's first-ever cricket academy
SMC dumps rich organic waste at landfill site
HC seeks CS's affidavit on Gulmarg master plan
HC resolves seniority dispute between 2 GMC lecturers
Drugs not being given to patients at health centres'
Major terror attack foiled in Anantnag, one held
JPPF urges Centre to declare Pakistan a rogue country
How long India to sacrifice bravehearts in J&K ? : NCP
Female Health Workers stage protest highlight demands
Max Hospital launches Liver, Biliary Sciences OPD Services in Jammu
Unison Theatre Festival showcases Hindi play "Widows"
Youth for building capacity to lead self sustained life
Bharamin Sabha Rajouri celebrate Shree Parshuram Jayanti
ABVP takes out candle march to pay homage to Martyrs of Sukma attack
RBI organizes workshop of Business Correspondents
4 days First Aid training course concludes
Army pays tribute to 3 personnel killed in Kupwara attack
IMPA organizes RTI training program for senior officers
Youth Congress demands re-examination of Graduate level exam conducted by JKSSB
Army camp attack: Restrictions imposed in parts of Kashmir
Power shut down
Inter school basket ball tourney inaugurated at MHAC Nagbani
Penguin Paradise wing of R.M.P.S celebrates yellow day
Sanskriti school visits to Mubarak Mandi heritage
Fake' priority slips found issued on Union Minister's letter pad
EC to take call after getting report from Home Ministry, state govt
SOS Hermann Gmeiner School got 13 medals
Clashes erupt at Sopore in north Kashmir after Friday prayers
'Norms flouted in purchase of dental units, substandard medicines'
NSF protest against PSC: demands separate statehood for Jammu
JKPS bring laurels
Govt constitutes Monitoring Committee for Jhelum dredging
Shri Ram Sena demands separating Jammu, Ladakh regions from Kashmir to end discrimination
NSS volunteers felicitated
KPs, Dogra orgs protest over desecration of temple in Kashmir
MIET adopts Amb under social responsibility initiative
DAV School Akhnoor organises Rally
Kohli, Singh bring laurels in Inter-School debate competition
Jan lauds philanthropic effort in mitigating peoples' sufferings
Deport Rohingyas, Bangladeshis or face wrath of Dogras: Harsh to Govt
Life returns to normal in Srinagar after day-long clashes
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