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Who cares! Amid crisis Babus enjoy at tourist spots
8/23/2016 11:30:03 PM
Saqib Junaid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 23: As the prevailing situation is taking a heavy toll on common people in Kashmir, , bureaucrats and top officials are enjoying along with family members at various tourist spots in the state. These officials are staying at tourist locations on the state exchequer in tourist development corporation (TDC) huts. Thousands of tourist booking have been cancelled due to ongoing unrest in the Valley. But the top officials are now staying in JKTDC huts at various places. "There has been almost 100 percent cancellation of tourists. But the JKTDC huts are completely occupied by state guests," an official of JKTDC said. "Majority of bureaucrats could be seen at Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Pahalgam, Patnitop, Leh, Kargil these days enjoying with their families. They are staying in TDC huts with free of cost," the official said. Having been set up as a profit making Corporation of Jammu and Kashmir, the TDC is running in losses with liabilities of emplo...
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Central forces on Kashmir streets send separatists into tizzy
JK Police crack whip on stone-pelters, miscreants
8/23/2016 11:29:56 PM
ET Report JAMMU, Aug 23: Central government sending in more forces to Jammu and Kashmir and handing over sensitive areas to paramilitary BSF has created ripples in the separatist camp as the additional forces manning the streets of Srinagar have allowed the Jammu and Kashmir Police to tighten noose around the stone-pelters and miscreants. Sources told Early Times that Centre has send the additional companies of elite force of paramilitary CRPF, personnel of Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) and Border Security Force to help the JK Police to maintain the law and order and prevent protests from breaking out in volatile areas of the Valley, including Srinagar city. Sources claimed that separatists h...
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Journey from Rashtrapati Bhawan to PM's house
Unity against nation's integrity
8/23/2016 11:29:46 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: The opposition delegation which was led by NC working president Omar Abdullah to Delhi for enlisting support to the Kashmiri cause witnessed interesting development between August 20 and 22. On August 20, the delegation met with Union President Pranab Mukharjee and submitted to him a memorandum. It was a detailed memorandum and it said that Kashmir was not an administrative problem but a political problem, which couldn't be tackled through administrative means. The political problem of Kashmir could be tackled only politically and otherwise nation could face protests in the Valley again and again, the delegation told the Union President through its memora...
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High command takes BJP leaders to task for their failures
8/23/2016 11:29:34 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: BJP leaders of J&K were taken to task by the Central leadership for their failure to perform at this crucial time. Central high command has clearly told BJP leaders of J&K that their performance in the government is not satisfactory so they have to prove themselves as capable to be part of the ruling coalition. Credible sources said that top BJP leaders who had been summoned to Delhi on Monday were taken to task by the high command because Central leadership is not happy with their performance.Central leadership while showing them reports of intelligence agencies said that neither they are following party's ideology nor they are solving day today problem...
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RSS keeps BJP away from its new initiative in J&K
8/23/2016 11:29:25 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: Extremely disappointed over the failure of ruling Party in Jammu and Kashmir to rejuvenate nationalist forces in the State, particularly in Valley, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has come forward to take control of the affairs in this regard. Without any interference in the functioning of PDP-BJP Government, the RSS is all set to expand its activities in each and every sphere for strengthening and projecting nationalist forces in J&K, which were felt missing during the ongoing turmoil in Kashmir Valley. Even as the party high command has been taken into confidence in this regard, no BJP leader from Jammu and Kashmir was taken on board by the RSS, whic...
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IGP assured 'big' posting
Shuns idea of proceeding on central deputation
8/23/2016 11:29:16 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: A senior IGP has shunned the idea of proceeding on central deputation, following an assurance from the union home ministry that it would help him to get some 'big' posting in J&K itself. "The officer is happy because he has been assured of a posting at the regional level which is considered quite significant in the state police circles. He will be getting an important posting in the state for the second time. Earlier, he held a state level post in another police wing," police sources said. He had, however, not got any big posting for the past few years. When all his hopes of getting a good posting in J&K dashed to the ground, he applied for the centr...
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New traffic lights to regulate Jammu traffic
8/23/2016 11:28:56 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Notwithstanding the fact that several of the traffic lights installed in Jammu by the previous government have been rendered defunct for months and most of those which are functional are brazenly ignored and disregarded by the drivers, the administration is mulling installation of more traffic lights at several other junctions in the city. Sources disclosed that in order to streamline the ever growing vehicular traffic in the city, the urban agencies have ide...
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Parents, students question Akhtar's 'exams on time' statement
How could exams be held with mere 40% syllabus completed?
8/23/2016 11:28:06 PM
Peerzada Ummer Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 23: The recent statement of the Jammu and Kashmir's education minister Naeem Akhtar- indicating no relaxation in the board exams this year- is being unanimously ridiculed by the parents, terming it government's bizarre diktat and anti-people move. Scores of parents on Tuesday, a day after Akhtar's statement, said that the syllabus of their kids who study in class 10th and 12th isn't even 40 percent complete and conducting the exams for the entire coarse study would plunge the future of their kids in chaos and uncertainty. Minister of Education Naeem Akhtar on Monday directed the J&K BOSE to prepare for conducting all board examinations, in...
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Relief office has no data of migrants, overstaying commissioner rules the roost
'Migrant lady died for want of medical assistance'
8/23/2016 11:27:56 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 23: The Central office of Relief Commissioner of the state doesn't have the composite data of the registered migrants and the data of migrant certificates, issued by the department so far. While talking to early TIMES over phone R. K Pandita, the Relief commissioner of the state for Migrants revealed that his department does not possess the complete data of number of the migrants which have migrated from Kashmir in 1990 to various places of the country. "Yes I have data of the people migrated to Jammu only," the commissioner maintained. It was further revealed that out of the huge migration which took place, the department has the list of ...
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PS turns into bar at Kathua
8/23/2016 11:27:45 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: Bringing disrepute to the state police department, a police station situated by the national highway in Kathua district has nowadays turned into an 'official' bar. "The SHO calls his acquaintances, including anti-social elements, to the police station every evening and takes liquor with them. The celebrations continue tll late at night," police sources alleged. "The unlawful deals are also struck by the SHO with these anti-social elements during the liquor parties," sources alleged, saying new people come to the party every evening. "Almost every one in the area knows about it. People know that SHO prefers partying with anti-social elements to his la...
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Electricity plays hide and seek, Minister losing grip over PDD
In Smailpur rally, BJP leaders cut sorry figure again..!
8/23/2016 11:27:37 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: State BJP leadership along with its team of senior ministers had to cut a sorry figure on Sunday amid a huge gathering assembled at Smailpur in Samba district in connection with Tiranga rally. Reason: The electricity went off at least three times, leaving all fretting and fuming under the scorching heat and humidity. It was for the second time the leadership faced such embarrassing moments in presence of a senior most Union Minister Arun Jaitley, the first time being last year when a similar situation of electricity cut was faced by another stalwart, none other than the Home Minister Rajnath Singh last year. Sources within the party said it was in the mid...
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As Kashmir simmers due to unrest, corrupt make merry
Government fails to act against them
8/23/2016 11:05:57 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 23: The present unrest in Kashmir has virtually come as blessing in disguise for the corrupt and tainted officials of the state as the state government is busy in handling the law & order situation in the valley. On July 1, 2015 the state government headed by former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed made public a list of more than 60 officials who were considered as dead wood by then dispensation. The government at that time had issued termination orders with respect to these officials with the promise that subsequent lists of tainted officials would also be made public. However, that did not happen and the remaining lists of tain...
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Perverted Jha asks Delhi to grant maximum azadi to Kashmir
Secular Jinnahs’
8/23/2016 11:05:49 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: Our political leaders and opinion-makers have, it seems, gone astray. They are putting such pernicious solutions to the so-called political problem as pre-1953 position and return to 1947. The NC, the Congress and the Left parties have unleashed a no-holds-barred propaganda blitz to give the nation to understand that India committed many mistakes and also ditched the Kashmiri Muslims by not fulfilling the promises made and it is imperative that New Delhi undone the past wrongs to conciliate the so-called alienated Kashmiri Muslims. On Monday, Prem Shankar Jha, who has access to the Delhi's corridors of powers and is also known for his support to the Kas...
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Join duties or face action: Div Com warns employees
Kashmir Unrest
8/23/2016 11:05:39 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, Aug 23: Hitting back, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan on Tuesday said that action will be taken against those employees who are deliberately avoiding duties. Interacting with media here at Dak Bungalow Khanabal after chairing a meeting of officials, Khan said, "At this point of time, I would like to remind employees whether it is a official or a low rank employee that all we are public servants and we have to standby public whatever the circumstances will be because we are being paid for that." He said that public servants are being paid to remove sufferings of public and as society, all stake holders needs come forward for...
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Omar's attack on elected Govt helped separatists' cause
8/23/2016 11:05:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, who had camped in the Delhi, for some 'solution' to end ongoing impasse in the valley, has strengthened the cause of the separatists by giving them an opportunity to unitedly take on the elected government. "The home ministry while acknowledging the concern of the former CM over prevailing situation in the valley and the loss of lives also told him that he had by attacking the democratically elected government at this crucial juncture and not saying anything critical about Burhan Wani has given the space to the separatists to get united, which was not the case earlier," said a senior official. It's only after th...
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Bukhari's surfaces in Amira Kadal
'Money makes the mare go'
8/23/2016 11:05:25 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 23: Even as in the wake of mob fury in restive Kashmir, the legislators from the ruling Peoples Democratic Party-Bharatiya Janta Pary alliance have been hiding from people, PDP MLA Syed Altaf Bukhari visited his Amira Kadal constituency bringing a "magical" change in the ground situation there overnight. Sources said the development has brought a ray of hope for Bukhari to regain ministerial berth, the opportunity he lost in the second innings of the PDP-BJP coalition, when Mehbooba Mufti was sworn in as the Chief Minister on April 4. For the past three days, there have been no reports of stone pelting from Amira Kadal and adjoining Maharaja Bazar loc...
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8 yrs on, Vijaypur school awaits completion of exam hall
8/23/2016 11:05:15 PM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: Government Higher Secondary School, Jakh of Vijaypur Zone of district Samba exposed previous as well as incumbent government's seriousness towards education sector, as in absence of Examination Hall at school, authority compelled to suspend the class work during various examinations conducted in it. Pleading anonymity, an official of education department informed Early Times that Omar led government had sanctioned an examination hall building to this school in 2008 at an estimated cost of Rs 25 lakhs. However, the department concerned is the executing agency, same year the contractor completes the construction work on plinth level after...
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After clashes, miscreants force SPO to resign
8/23/2016 11:05:10 PM
S Tahir-ul Haq Early Times Report Baramulla, Aug 23: SPO from SDPO Rafiabad has been compelled by some miscreants to resign from police department and support Kashmir cause. According to sources, few days ago clashes erupted in Rafiabad. Sources said that, people pelted stones on security forces and in retaliation police fired several teargas shells to disperse the youth. Sources further said that, a youth of Bahrampora was recruited as special police officer (SPO) and he had taken front in dispersing the protest march which angered the local populace. "Some miscreants had warned Waseem Ahmad Sheikh (SPO) S/O Ghulam Mohd Sheikh R/O Bahrampora to resign from police, said sources. ...
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Inspite of penalty notice by SIC, CMO fails to provide sought information
8/23/2016 11:05:05 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 23: The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Bandipora inspite of getting a penalty notice from State Information Commission (SIC) has failed to reveal information about the appointments made in several health blocks of Bandipora district during last several years. The State Information Commission (SIC) had issued penalty notice against Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Bandipora around 7months back as he had denied information under RTI Act about class IV appointments made in Bandipora district from 2006 onwards. Details available with Early Times reveal that one Ghulam Mohammad Lone a resident of Markoot Gurez Distt Bandipora submitted an application before PIO cum C...
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Security forces, stone pelters clash leave 17 injured
8/23/2016 11:04:58 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 23: At least 17 people were injured today by pellets fired by security forces to quell stone- pelting mobs in Shopian district, police said. 13 of them were discharged after being administered first aid at a local hospital. Hundreds of people were protesting against the recent civilian killings in the valley at Vehil village this afternoon when some "miscreants" among them started pelting stones at security forces, a police official said. Security forces retaliated by firing tear smoke shells and pellet guns, the official said, adding 17 people received pellet injuries. "Four of the injured have been referred to hospitals in Srinagar for specialised tre...
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Mehbooba reviews progress of mega development projects in Jammu
8/23/2016 10:48:13 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti reviewed the progress of mega development projects being implemented in Jammu at a high level meeting convened here today. Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh was also present at the meeting. Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Dr Pawan Kotwal briefed the meeting about the progress of the ongoing mega projects. Regarding expansion of Jammu Airport and extension of Runway, the meeting was informed that out of the project cost of ...
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HC seeks report from Dir Social Welfare, XEn R&B about orphanage
8/23/2016 10:47:41 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 23: The state high court today directed director social welfare to file a report after it was apprised that the children in an orphanage at Nishat in outskirts of Srinagar have been taken away by their guardians due to present situation in the Kashmir Valley. "We are unable to fathom as to how all the boys and girls have been taken away," a division bench of the court comprising Justice R Sudhakar and Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey said after reading a preliminary report submitted by two government lawyers who visited the Markazi Falai Itifal orphanage on the directions by the court this morning. They said no record regarding the discharge of the children ...
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Youth dies in road mishap
8/23/2016 10:47:31 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: A youth was killed when the motorcycle he was riding on collided with an Army Vehicle at Malpur area falling under the jurisdiction of Kanachak police station. "The deceased has been identified as Deepu son of Joginder Pal of Malpur, police sources said. Police sources said that after accident, the injured was shifted to Government Medical College and Hospital (GMC&H) Jammu where he was declared as brought dead. "Meanwhile after getting legal formalities completed police have initiated investigations in this regard," police sources added. ...
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HC directive on tyre unit's functioning in residential area
8/23/2016 10:47:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23 : In a PIL against the working of an industrial unit in a residential area, the high court today directed state to file objections. The petitioner has sought the closure of the industrial unit which is operational in the residential area of Bahu Fort. He submitted that Kalsi Tyre retreading had been creating pollution in Bahu Fort locality. Since pollution created by the factory and other waste material were a serious health hazard, the factory ought to be closed, he submitted. After hearing the petitioner's counsel, the high court division bench of Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and Justice Tashi Rabstan directed the respondents to file objections ...
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Talks or no talks with separatists is policy matter: GOC Delta Force
8/23/2016 10:47:12 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Aug 23: General Officer in Command Delta Force, Major General S S Tinakar today said that talks or no talks with separatist (Huriyat) is a policy and a political matter to be decided by the government. While talking to the media persons on the side lines of the mega cultural festival organized by Kishtwar based 17 RR at Chowghan ground, thr GOC in response to "Early Times" question on the views expressed by Major General Hooda advocating talks with Huriyat to bring an end to ongoing Kashmir unrest said that he did not want to comment on what Mr. Hooda said adding that decision of holding talks with separatist is a policy matter and he h...
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Five injured in tipper-car collision
8/23/2016 10:47:03 PM
Early Times report Udhampur, Aug 23: Five persons were injured when a Tipper hit a Maruti Van at near Samroli National Highway Chenani in Udhampur District. Police have registered a case in this regard. According to the police sources a Tipper bearing registration number JK14D-9133, hit a Maruti Van bearing registration number JK06-3784, near Samroli National Highway Chenani resulting injuries to the five persons. "Police and locals rushed to the spot and shifted the injured to District Hospital Udhampur for medical treatment, police sources said. Police sources said,"The injured have identified as Saneev Kumar (48) s/o Prem Prakash of Udhrana, Imtiyag (23) s/o Firoz of Chanderkot, Ak...
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Six Sub-Inspectors reshuffled
8/23/2016 10:46:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 23: In the interest of administration, Director General of Police (DGP) transferred six Sub-Inspectors (SIs) of J&K Executive Police to different wings within police department. As per order, SI Subash Chander has been transferred from Crime to Jammu Zone, SI Jagdish Raj has been transferred from Crime to Jammu Zone, SI Ram Chand has been transferred from Crime to Jammu Zone, SI Hilal Muhammad Azhar has been transferred from Jammu Zone to Crime Branch,Meanwhile SI Urfan Wani has been transferred from Security to Crime whereas SI Ravi Parihar Jammu Zone has been transferred to Crime Branch....
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Shopkeeper held for alleged rape attempt on minor
8/23/2016 10:46:43 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: A 50 year-old shopkeeper was arrested for alleged outraging modesty of a 6 year-old girl at Gharota area. Police said that following a complaint lodged by the parents of a minor with local police alleging that when their daughter went to fields at Kot area of Gharota locality, a shopkeeper identified as Nazir Ahmed outraged her modesty. "Acting swiftly on the complaint police registered a case under FIR 50/16 u/s 354 of RPC at Police Station Gharota and conducted raids to arrest the accused, police said. Police said that they have arrested the shopkeeper and have started further investigation of the case....
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Power shutdown
8/23/2016 10:46:35 PM
Early Times report Jammu, Aug 23: To carry out the work of PCC pole erection and installation of HT/LT cable by M/s IRCON International Ltd under RAPDRP project, the power supply to Company Bagh, Residency Road, Wazarat Road and adjoining areas fed from CB-2, R-2, WZ-1 feeders shall remain affected on August 24, 26, 28 and 30 (alternate days) from 8 am to 12 am. Meanwhile, to carry out the construction works under R-APDRP scheme, the power supply to Toph, Udheywala, Om Nagar, Talab Tillo, Manorma Vihar, Lower Roop Nagar, Muthi PHE, Bantalab, Janipur, Lakkar Mandi and its adjoining areas fed from 11 KV feeders i.e T-2, T-3, T-4, T-5, MU-4, UD-3, J-1, J-2, J-3, J-6, MU-5, MU-7, MU-9, RN-1,...
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PIL on early completion of mini-sectt at Mendhar
HC directs PWD, others to file status report
8/23/2016 10:46:26 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 23: In a PIL, seeking early completion of mini-secretariat at Mendhar, Poonch, a high court division bench of Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir and Justice B S Walia today directed senior state functionaries to file response and latest status report of the construction within four weeks. After hearing the petitioners' counsel, the bench issued notices to R&B commissioner, planning commissioner, finance commissioner, PWD (R&B) chief engineer, deputy commissioner, Poonch, SDM, Mendhar, executive engineer (R&B), Poonch, BDO, Mendhar, and AEE (R&B), Mendhar, returnable within four weeks. The counsil submitted that the work on Mendhar mini-secretariat, which was going...
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SVC orders to register case against Tehsildar, others
8/23/2016 10:45:51 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 23: The state vigilance commission (SVC) has ordered to register a case against former three former revenue officers - tehsildar, girdawar and patwari -- of Trigam and Dool in Kishtwar district for tempering with revenue records and subsequently attesting the mutation illegally. The IG of crime branch of police has been asked to register a case against the erring officials for starting further investigation in the matter. Taking cognizance of a complaint of Aijaz Ahmad Lone of Mandri Trigam, SVC had referred the matter for on spot inquiry to the additional deputy commissioner, Kishtwar. The report submitted by him prima facie revealed that mutations of t...
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Dengue scare: Three dengue cases reported, Health Deptt gears up
8/23/2016 10:45:36 PM
Early Times report Jammu, Aug 23: Following three cases of dengue reported for last more than one month from inflow of floating visitors, the Health Department has pulled up socks and has geared up its resources to handle the 'Dengue menace'. According to sources, atleast three persons though local but coming from the outside the state have been tested positive while 66 samples have been taken so far across Jammu during the precautionary cum preventive measures undertaken by the Directorate Heath Jammu. According to data of heath department has so far tested 66 samples across the Jammu Province out of which one has been tested in Jammu and two cases though hailing from Jammu have be...
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Three pilgrims feared washed away in 'Cloud burst' in Kundeel
8/23/2016 10:45:26 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar Aug 23: A tragedy struck during ongoing annual Machail Yatra in Padder of Kishtwar District when two teenage girls among three pilgrims went missing since Sunday evening when the cloudburst hit the Kundeel area, a village located about 15 KM from Gulabgarh on Padder-Machail Mata track. As per the details available with "Early Times", the victims namely Sunita Devi (18 years), Manisha Rani (13 years) both daughters of Mangat Ram resident of Kuleed Chowk Kishtwar and Rajesh Sharma son of Babu Ram Sharma resident of Parnala Bilawar District Kuthua Jammu while return back to Gulabgarh were reportedly washed away in flash floods triggered in Machail Nallah after r...
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