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Breaking News :   In Kishtwar election rally, Kashmir figures in Modi's speech, Jammu finds no mention | Modi talks Kashmir in Kishtwar; skips Art 370, Jammu | They backstabbed people by voting for NC | Party surrenders Sopore seat to PC, eyes allies in Kashmir | BJP's double standards: Shilpi dumped, totally sidelined; her martyr husband forgotten | BJP goons close to State President harassing ET journo, DIG assures action | Kishtwar is in Jammu region not in Kashmir | No mention of VDCs, Kishtwar riots in PM's address | PDP likely to emerge single largest party | Implementation of National Food Security Mission in JK | Inquiry ends abruptly, complainant forced to withdraw complaint | PDP making inroads in NC bastions of Srinagar | Miscreants pelt stones at motorcade of PDP candidate | J&K's governance ranked 16th, infrastructure 15th | Vote for PDP to make strong Jammu : Reen | Cases registered against Relief Commissioner (M) | Vigilance organization produces challan against then Asstt Dir CAPD & others | Congress alone can ensure development in remote, far flung areas: Azad | Erratic distribution of free ration pits neighbour against neighbour in Budgam district | This election about safeguarding JK's identity: Mufti | Cable network sealed in Kathua | 23 in fray for volatile Sopore constituency | Partners in misgovernance, NC, Cong have become irrelevant in JK: Mehbooba | Seven teachers charge sheeted in Gursai Zone | People of state cannot be allured with false promises: Sham Lal Sharma | PDP kick starts door -to- door election campaign in Bhaderwah | Drug peddler held alongwith huge haul of intoxicants | Class X student hurt in leopard attack | Chenab region records unprecedented development under Azad's tenure: Abdul Majid Wani | Two killed, seven injured in Bani road mishap | BJP committed to ensure justice to minorities: Jitendra Singh | Man held for 'blackmailing' woman on gunpoint | Nirmal Singh visits Billawar | Kundal gets overwhelming response during 'poll campaign' | After crackdown on separatists, police cracks whip on misuse of SNS in JK | Doda, Ramban villagers threaten to boycott polls | Dr Sumit educates participants about sports injuries | District Judo meet begins | DPS Udh organises 'Painting, Slogan Writing and Drama Contest' | Prof Parveen Singh participates UN Workshop in China | Kavinder Gupta holds public meeting at Gandhinagar | 343 recruits passed out in BSF STC Udhampur | LIC India Manger inaugurates stall | KV Jourian celebrates Grand Parents Day | Pangotra, Ajit conferred annual Pt Prem Nath Bhat amateur journalist award | Effect of secessionist forces in Kashmir reduced: Doval | BJP candidate Jasrotia intensifies poll campaign | Indira Gandhi Dental College organizes dental check up camp | Neeraj Gupta, JKNPP candidate from Jammu west | NSS unit inaugurates 'National Integration Week' | DAV celebrates 'National Communal Harmony Week' | MHAC School Nagbani organizes annual athletic meet | Two day workshop on Maternal, Child Health Guidelines organized | Separatist's poll boycott call may see affect in 3 of 15 segments that go polls on Nov 25 | Awami MutahidaMahaz releases election manifesto | Daman Bhasin starts campaigning in Ward number 8 | Malhotra appeals people not to be trapped by false promises | NDS releases a book 'A Ray of Hope' | State Pensioners Association criticizes State Govt over pending demands | PNB holds sensitization programme for coverage of PM Jan DhanYojna | PDP terms Modi's onslaught 'unfortunate' | State Govt set to lose Rs 101 Cr under CRF due to MCC | KV no 1 Gandhi Nagar encourages sports culture | Magical treat for Toddlers' World | J&K teams fail to qualify for knock-out stages | Seven marathoners from Jammu to feature in Delhi Half Marathon | JKP Hockey team turns Hockey Turf to battle field | IRCS get space, waits for nod by D&FCO | HC asks Govt to give timeframe for making PSC functional | EC to video record polling process at sensitive booths | Utilization of funds for new power supply schemes | Utilization of funds for new power supply schemes | The Congress Conundrum | Cyber Wars | Should Sanskrit be forced down the throats? | Back Issues  
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In Kishtwar election rally, Kashmir figures in Modi's speech, Jammu finds no mention
Like his predecessors, he too seems to be taking Jammu people for granted
11/23/2014 12:08:11 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU/KISHTWAR, Nov 22: In the Kishtwar rally, the first to be addressed by Narender Modi during his election campaign in J&K, the prime minister mainly remained focussed on Kashmir, leaving people of Jammu region disappointed. In his about 40-minute address, he hardly made any reference of Jammu. He talked about removing unemployment from Kashmir and rebuilding Valley into a tourism hotspot but did not feel it proper to make a mention of the problems which Kishtwar and other Jammu areas were faced with. Till some time back, he had been saying that Jammuites had suffered a lot at the hands of Kashmir-centric politicians. "I know the aspirations of Kashmiri youth. I have come to wipe tears of Kashmir. Give our party an opportunity to serve you and it will remove all your problems," he said. His these statements show that there has been a shift in BJP's policy towards Kashmir. The party has all of a sudden started toeing the Congress line of "Appeasement of Musli...
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Modi talks Kashmir in Kishtwar; skips Art 370, Jammu
BJP pursuing hidden agendas
11/23/2014 12:08:00 AM
Kunal Shrivatsa Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 22: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new found love for Kashmir and total neglect of Jammu while addressing an election rally at Kishtwar today, BJP dropping the slogan of abrogating Article 370 and taking a U-turn on its policy of not promoting dynastic politics by giving mandate to the brother of sitting MP has proved the critics right that party always pursues hidden agendas. The BJP's complete changeover in JK was in full bloom at Kishtwar today as Prime Minister Narendra Modi during BJP's election rally didn't utter a single word for the development and progress of Jammu province or its people perhaps forgetting the fact that geographi...
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They backstabbed people by voting for NC
Modi forgets his 'corrupt' MLAs
11/23/2014 12:07:48 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a sweeping statement today accusing the two families (Muftis and Abdullahs) of "looting" Jammu and Kashmir and they being involved in corrupt practices. However, he forgot that BJP's seven MLAs from Jammu region were suspended for their alleged involvement in cash for vote scam during the Rajya Sabha polls in JK. Modi made a passionate appeal to people to vote for BJP and get rid of two families, who according to him, are in "contract with each other to rule and loot" the state. The Prime Minister before giving such a sweeping statement should have set his house in order first and asked the 11 MLAs of his party what...
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Party surrenders Sopore seat to PC, eyes allies in Kashmir
BJP's Mission 44 Plus hits roadblock
11/23/2014 12:07:35 AM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 22: As the polling days are coming closer the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) has realized that Kashmir is neither Haryana nor Maharashtra and if it has to be the part of the next government in Jammu and Kashmir then party would have to make compromises and leave a few seats for its allies who are likely to support the BJP after assembly elections are over. Recent developments have punctured the tall claims of the BJP leaders that party would field candidates from all the 87 assembly constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir and party winning some seats in the Valley would make it achieve its Mission 44 plus. In a significant move the BJP has not fielded any candid...
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BJP's double standards: Shilpi dumped, totally sidelined; her martyr husband forgotten
Saffron Brigade's use and throw policy exposed
11/23/2014 12:07:23 AM
Bharat Bhushan Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The saffron brigade's double-speak stands exposed to the fullest in J&K poll campaigns. The party is contesting elections on the plank of corruption but it is not opposed to the entry of corrupt politicians of other parties into its fold. Abrogation of article 370, which used to be its main poll issue in the Lok Sabha and J&K polls, has too taken a back seat. Its (un)intelligent leaders, who are known more for making off-the-cuff, tongue-in-cheek remarks, even said that "if Kashmiris want article 370 to stay, it will stay". It is mere vote-politics which BJP is actively pursuing in J&K to achieve its, as of now, unachievable Mission 44+. T...
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BJP goons close to State President harassing ET journo, DIG assures action
11/23/2014 12:07:11 AM
Early Times Report SUNDERBANI, Nov 22: BJP's over exaggerated mission 44+ still far from accomplished, its workers have started bulldozing themselves on those ideologically opposed to them, threatening even the journalists of dire consequences. Some BJP workers of Sunderbani tehsil brandishing their close allegiance to State President and Member Parliament Jugal Kishore Sharma are threatening ET scribe of dire consequences solely for the reason that this journo's family members are not BJP loyalist. On the intervening night of November 5, 2014, vehicle of ET scribe was intercepted near the house of an Ex-Sarpanch-Mohan Lal, who is close to BJP President Jugal Kishore Sharma and was atta...
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Kishtwar is in Jammu region not in Kashmir
Is Modi unaware about JK's topography?
11/23/2014 12:07:03 AM
Sandeep Bhat Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaching out to Kashmiris from Kishtwar has made people in Jammu believe that either Modi is unaware about the topography of the area or he made a deliberate attempt to woo the voters in Kashmir. Otherwise everyone knows that Kishtwar is officially part of the Jammu region. The Prime Minister today started and ended his speech with Kashmir and Kashmir only. He apparently made an attempt to appease the people who advocate greater Kashmir comprising Kishtwar, Doda, Bhaderwah, Rajouri and Poonch areas. There are few elements in Kashmir who time to time have advocated to cut these Muslim majority areas from Ja...
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No mention of VDCs, Kishtwar riots in PM's address
State BJP leaders not brief PM properly
11/23/2014 12:06:48 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally was impressive as par as strength is concerned but local leaders have failed to properly brief Prime Minister. Thousands and thousands of people who thronged from far-flung and remotest areas of Doda, Kishtwar and Bhaderwah were expecting that Prime Minister would raise the issue of VDCs and last year's communal riots of Kishtwar but he skipped that two important issues. It is believed that BJP leaders of the State have not properly brief the Prime Minister about issues in the region. Most of the state BJP leaders were more concerned about sycophancy of the Prime Minister rather than briefing him properly. Attempts...
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Implementation of National Food Security Mission in JK
Union Govt approves Action Plan 2014-15 with riders
11/23/2014 12:05:11 AM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The Union government has recently approved the Action Plan 2014-15 submitted by state government for the implementation of National Food Security Mission (NFSM) in various districts but has put certain riders, given the poor performance of latter in past and failure to submit the Utilization Certificates (UCs) for the year 2013-14. Sources informed Early Times that state government on April, 4, 2014 had submitted before Union Ministry of Agriculture, department of Agriculture Cooperation (Crops Division) Action Plan 2014-15 for the implementation of National Food Security Mission (NFSM) in revised districts of state. "The Union government in...
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Inquiry ends abruptly, complainant forced to withdraw complaint
Female staffer sexually harassed in JU
11/23/2014 12:05:00 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: Jammu University is yet to respond to the explanation sought by Governor N.N. Vohra into the alleged indecent conduct and sexual advances of a University official, presently posted in the examination wing, with a female staffer. If the sources are to be believed, a close aide of ex-Vice-Chancellor ensured that the matter is brushed aside by using the services of a University employee union leader. They added that the concerned female staffer had complained to Governor N.N. Vohra, alleging that a University official on his posting in the examination wing of Jammu University, would make her sit till late in the afternoon without assigning any specific rea...
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J&K's governance ranked 16th, infrastructure 15th
State of States Report
11/23/2014 12:04:45 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: Raising serious questions on capability, intellect and wisdom of incharge ministers; India Today group's state of states report has shown Health, Infrastructure and Agriculture sectors of Jammu and Kashmir in extremely poor state. These three sectors have got downgraded from the positions they were on in the year 2013. This has impacted overall governance of the state, taking it from 15th position in the year 2013 to 16 in the current year 2014. J&K, which was awarded for massive improvement in Health sector in the year 2011, is now ranked 19. According to the report, J&K failed to make any significant improvement in the health sector during the last one ...
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Cases registered against Relief Commissioner (M)
HC directs SVO to submit status report
11/23/2014 12:04:33 AM
Avinash Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The High Court of Jammu and Kashmir has directed General Administration Department (GAD) and State Vigilance Organization (SVO) to submit status report on various cases registered against former Relief Commissioner (Migrant) for his 'alleged' involvement in misappropriation of funds meant for rehabilitation of displaced KPs. Responding to a PIL filed by Sheikh Mohd Safi and other, Division Bench comprising Chief Justice M M Kumar and Justice Tashi Rabstan on November 13, 2014 directed that status report with regard to inquiry be filed by the General Administration Department and Vigilance Department. Applicant has PIL filed through counsel,...
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State Govt set to lose Rs 101 Cr under CRF due to MCC
7 months after sanction, 8 projects fail to take off
11/22/2014 11:29:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The state is all set to lose around Rs 101 Crores due to code of conduct as eight projects sanctioned seven months ago are yet to take off. The projects under Center Road Fund (CRF) sanctioned by center government were already getting delayed and may be further delayed due to imposition of Model Code of Conduct in the state. Sources told Early Times that the eight projects under CRF were sanctioned by centre government in the month of March this year at the estimated cost of Rs 101 crore (Jammu =7, Kashmir1) are about the to be lapsed due to undue delay in starting the projects. "The lapse of this amount has become certain due to impositi...
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IRCS get space, waits for nod by D&FCO
Poor patients' quest for cheaper medicines
11/22/2014 10:47:33 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: The poor people of Jammu province would have to wait further for getting cheaper medicines from Jan Aushadhi Drug Stores (JADS) fair price drug stores-to be opened by the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) in various hospitals as in the last three years, IRCS has got space but now their file has been withheld by Drug and Food Controller Organization (D&FCO). Sources informed Early Times that nearly three years back, on the recommendations of Union government, IRCS was assigned the job to open the fair price shops in Government Medial College (GMC) hospital Shri Maharaja Ghulab Singh (SMGS) hospital and other associated hospitals, but in ...
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Utilization of funds for new power supply schemes
SIC shoots penalty notice to Xen PDD Rajouri
11/22/2014 10:46:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: As Executive Engineer (Xen) Power Development Department, Electric Division Rajouri has failed to appear before the State Information Commission (SIC) in case of 2nd appeal under J&K Right to Information Act (RTI), the SIC has issued a penalty notice against the erring Xen under the provisions of State RTI Act. The Executive Engineer has also failed to provide the information sought under State RTI Act to an information seeker. As per documents available with Early Times one Asghar Ali Khan Advocate J&K High Court, Jammu moved an application dated 15-04- 2014 before the Executive Engineer PDD Division, Rajouri under Jammu & Kashmir Right to Inform...
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Utilization of funds for new power supply schemes
SIC shoots penalty notice to Xen PDD Rajouri
11/22/2014 10:46:40 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 22: As Executive Engineer (Xen) Power Development Department, Electric Division Rajouri has failed to appear before the State Information Commission (SIC) in case of 2nd appeal under J&K Right to Information Act (RTI), the SIC has issued a penalty notice against the erring Xen under the provisions of State RTI Act. The Executive Engineer has also failed to provide the information sought under State RTI Act to an information seeker. As per documents available with Early Times one Asghar Ali Khan Advocate J&K High Court, Jammu moved an application dated 15-04- 2014 before the Executive Engineer PDD Division, Rajouri under Jammu & Kashmir Right to Inform...
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PDP likely to emerge single largest party
PDP making inroads in NC bastions of Srinagar
Miscreants pelt stones at motorcade of PDP candidate
Vote for PDP to make strong Jammu : Reen
Vigilance organization produces challan against then Asstt Dir CAPD & others
Congress alone can ensure development in remote, far flung areas: Azad
Erratic distribution of free ration pits neighbour against neighbour in Budgam district
This election about safeguarding JK's identity: Mufti
Cable network sealed in Kathua
23 in fray for volatile Sopore constituency
Partners in misgovernance, NC, Cong have become irrelevant in JK: Mehbooba
Seven teachers charge sheeted in Gursai Zone
People of state cannot be allured with false promises: Sham Lal Sharma
PDP kick starts door -to- door election campaign in Bhaderwah
Drug peddler held alongwith huge haul of intoxicants
Class X student hurt in leopard attack
Chenab region records unprecedented development under Azad's tenure: Abdul Majid Wani
Two killed, seven injured in Bani road mishap
BJP committed to ensure justice to minorities: Jitendra Singh
Man held for 'blackmailing' woman on gunpoint
Nirmal Singh visits Billawar
Kundal gets overwhelming response during 'poll campaign'
After crackdown on separatists, police cracks whip on misuse of SNS in JK
Doda, Ramban villagers threaten to boycott polls
DPS Udh organises 'Painting, Slogan Writing and Drama Contest'
Prof Parveen Singh participates UN Workshop in China
Kavinder Gupta holds public meeting at Gandhinagar
343 recruits passed out in BSF STC Udhampur
LIC India Manger inaugurates stall
KV Jourian celebrates Grand Parents Day
Pangotra, Ajit conferred annual Pt Prem Nath Bhat amateur journalist award
Effect of secessionist forces in Kashmir reduced: Doval
BJP candidate Jasrotia intensifies poll campaign
Indira Gandhi Dental College organizes dental check up camp
Neeraj Gupta, JKNPP candidate from Jammu west
NSS unit inaugurates 'National Integration Week'
DAV celebrates 'National Communal Harmony Week'
MHAC School Nagbani organizes annual athletic meet
Two day workshop on Maternal, Child Health Guidelines organized
Separatist's poll boycott call may see affect in 3 of 15 segments that go polls on Nov 25
Awami MutahidaMahaz releases election manifesto
Daman Bhasin starts campaigning in Ward number 8
Malhotra appeals people not to be trapped by false promises
NDS releases a book 'A Ray of Hope'
State Pensioners Association criticizes State Govt over pending demands
PNB holds sensitization programme for coverage of PM Jan DhanYojna
PDP terms Modi's onslaught 'unfortunate'
HC asks Govt to give timeframe for making PSC functional
EC to video record polling process at sensitive booths
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