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Probe rising hawala cases, Centre tells JK
Money brought via Dubai, Nepal, Bangladesh
5/2/2016 11:49:38 PM
Peerzada Ummer Early Times Report Srinagar, May 2: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has informed the Jammu and Kashmir government about intelligence inputs suggesting rise in pumping of hawala money into the state. Sources said the security grid has been asked to check the source of the illegal foreign funds being pumped into the state for separatist activities, and to take action in this regard. Earlier, Minister of State for Home, Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said as per inputs, there are reports of illegal inflow of foreign funds through hawala and inward remittances. "There are also inputs that fake Indian currency notes predominantly produced in Pakistan are being smuggled into India through various international routes via Dubai, Nepal and Bangladesh," he said replying to a written question. Chaudhary said the matter was raised with Pakistani authorities on several occasions under the bilateral composite and resumed dialogues. Meanwhile, sources informed that th...
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'Ailing' separatists prefer elite Indian hospitals
5/2/2016 11:49:22 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 2: Separatist leaders leave no stone unturned to spew venom against India but they prefer elite Indian hospitals for their treatment. Hardliner leader and chairman of his own Hurriyat faction Syed Ali Shah Geelani reached Kashmir recently after spending winter in Delhi to get specialized treatment from Max Hospital. On Monday, another separatist leader Yasin Malik reached Delhi to get treatment to his diseases from Fortis Hospital of Vasant Kunj. Before flying over to Delhi, Malik had been recently admitted at private multispecialty Florence Hospital at Chanapora, Srinagar. To get public sympathy and in a way a license to go for elite class health tre...
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Anantnag and Islamabad mean same for BJP!
5/2/2016 11:49:10 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 2: No one had ever imagined that the RSS' political wing, the BJP, would endorse the Kashmiri policy vis-a-vis names of towns and villages in the Valley and outside it, but it has actually happened. It has dismissed those who had been opposing the radical Islamists in and outside the establishment, saying they were changing the names of the towns and villages and converting the state into a theocratic state step by step. The BJP has left none in any doubt that its policy vis-a-vis names of the towns and villages is no different from that of the Kashmiri fanatics and that it would not mind if anyone in the party calls Anantnag Islamabad. The BJP called Anant...
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NEET: BJP joins hands with anti-Jammu forces in Kashmir to harm Jammu youth
5/2/2016 11:48:54 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 2: The anti-Jammu forces in the Valley have joined hands to deprive the brilliant Jammu youth of their legitimate share in the professional colleges, including medical and dental colleges, and to see to it that the biased Competent Authority in J&K continued to hold test for medical aspirants. They have opposed the Supreme Court's noble direction that there will be one test across the country, including J&K, for all the candidates seeking admission to professional colleges. The PDP Education Minister, Nayeem Akhtar; the NC leader, Ali Mohammad Sagar, former Vice-Chancellor of Islamic University, Kashmir, Siddiq Wahid; Sheikh Showkat, Head, Department of Leg...
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As 'Darbar' closes in Jammu, BJP leaders rush to health resorts in Valley
5/2/2016 11:48:35 PM
Hyder Ali Early Times Report Srinagar, May 2: Within hours of the closure of Darbar move offices in Jammu last week, some prominent BJP leaders including ministers rushed straight to Kashmir Valley and were seen picnicking at health resorts. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh seems to have taken a lead. On last Friday, the durbar observed last working day in Jammu whereas on Saturday, Dr Singh was seen at the ski-resort of Gulmarg, some 40 miles off the summer capital. Interestingly, while summer has commenced in Kashmir, Dr Singh was in Gulmarg to inaugurate a "winter festival" related to skiing, when most of the snow has already melted on the slopes there. A senior official said i...
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Hamara apna bank `extorts' money from gullible job aspirants
Candidates made to deposit Rs 510 instead of Rs 505
5/2/2016 11:47:43 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, May 2: The premier financial institution of the state, The Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd, which boasts off its customer-friendly policies, today charged different fee from 10+2 job aspirants. Reports said today was the last date of depositing the fee. Some branches of JK Bank charged 510 rupees instead of 505 as mentioned on the fee slip. Vikram Jeet, a student sought an explanation from the cashier but no answer was forthcoming. Vikram informed ...
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'Birbal' out to help relatives
5/2/2016 11:44:54 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, May 2: The Education Minister Naeem Akther, who had made tall claims to revolutionize the education sector in Jammu and Kashmir has started his second innings with a "mission to help his relatives" and close aides. Akther, who is known as Birbal in the present council of ministers, has ostensibly violated rules to get his close relative-a teacher---posted at his choicest place of posting in north Kashmir's Bandipora district. Sources told Early Times a Mathematics lecturer Muzaffer Ahmed Peer, of Garoora, ancestral village of Education Minister, was transferred illegally in violation of rules to Higher Secondary Nadihal from Ajas Higher Secondary. Peer was tr...
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PDP workers at Akhtar's receiving end
5/2/2016 11:44:46 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 2: Grassroots level PDP workers, associated with the party since its formation, are being humiliated by the Education Minister because they are not given due respect by the Minister. Instead of giving due importance to these 'soldiers " of the party, the Minister is giving importance to friends and other close relationships. Sources said that recently a block president of PDP met Education Minister and urged him to transfer some teachers who are supporters of the party. But the Minister showed them rules and regulations. Not even that the Minister asked the leader to prove his credentials....
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3 yrs on, no change in plight of 3 vital commissions
5/2/2016 11:44:38 PM
GS Asgotra Early Times Report jammu, May 2: The formation of popular government has made no difference to the plight of three crucial commissions set up by state government, which have been running headless for the last more than two years, as posts of Chairpersons and members have been lying vacant. These three commissions are State Human Right Commission (SHRC), State Information Commission (SIC) and Commission for Backward Areas (BAC) which are lying completely defunct due to non availability of manpower. Reliable source said the only a single member in State Information Commission, Nazir Ahmed is running the commission since October 31, 2015 after the superannuation of Dr S K Shar...
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Ignoring orders, CEO Kathua compels teachers to submit job forms personally
Edu Minister's deptt functioning under question
5/2/2016 11:44:28 PM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report jammu, May 2: The internal functioning in School Education department headed by Education Minister Naeem Akhter, has come under serious question as neither teachers nor the officials in Chief Education Office (CEO) Kathua have any reliance over its functioning, due to which teachers applying for jobs, have been asked to personally submit their forms in Director office Jammu rather than sending via proper departmental channel. Moreover, such oral dictates by the officials in CEO office Kathua were also in contravention to circular issued by Director School Education Jammu, restricting the visits of teaching fraternity without proper permission to Jammu offic...
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SSRB biased against candidates with degrees from outside Universities
5/2/2016 11:44:13 PM
Early Times Report jammu, May 2: Creating unnecessary hurdles for the students who have got their degrees from various recognized universities from outside the State, the Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) has asked these students who have been selected for the post of JE and got their engineering degrees from the colleges outside the State to produce the certificate or order that these universities and colleges are recognized. This is amazing that the State Government having such huge army of employees and officers at its disposal has s failed to ascertain which university and college outside the State is recognized especially at a time when one can seek any information within se...
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2 DGP rank officers stayed away from Rajendra's dinner party
5/2/2016 11:44:01 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, May 2: Two DGP rank officers and at least three other senior ranks stayed away from the dinner party hosted by DGP K Rajendra at G O Mess here Sunday. This shows that all is not well within the state police organisation and officers are divided in the names of lobbies. Rajendra had officially and personally invited almost all the senior ranks to the dinner party, probably his last in the winter capital city here as he is scheduled to retire before the durbar offices moved to Jammu next winters, the two DGP rank officers and at least three other senior ranks did not turn up, police sources said. Media persons were also invited to the party. Of the two DGP rank...
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Excise Deptt conducts raid in R S Pura; Rs 1 lakh fine realized, one held
100 Kls Lahan, poppy cultivation spread across two kanals destroyed
5/2/2016 11:29:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: Excise Department Jammu has tightened its noose on violators of the various provisions of the J&K Excise Act in entire Jammu division, the sleuths from Excise Department today conducted raids in Kishtwar and R S Pura and realized a fine upto the tune of Rs 1 Lakh from defaulters besides destroying 100 Kls of Lahan and poppy cultivation spread across two kanals. According to spokesperson, under the active supervision of Deputy Excise Commissioner (Executive), Jammu Mohammed Shahid Saleem, the Excise Team Jammu South under the command of ETO, Nayeem Moghal and ETO Eradication Wing Jammu Suresh Sharma raided the Deoli, Mkhanpur, Salehar, Dableh, Kothey, B...
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Massive fires breaks out in Rajouri along LoC
5/2/2016 11:27:31 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 2: As the heat wave continues in the whole India, a massive fire has reportedly been broken out in various parts of Rajouri district especially near the Line of Control (LoC) in Nowshera and Sunderbani & Rajouri tehsils. At most of the places the fire damaged the dry grass and undergrowth vegetation, but no loss to pine or other trees in the areas. "Reason behind the fire could be negligence on parts of the locals or soaring temperature. Fire tenders, fores...
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Jammu remains hottest with max 42.4 deg
5/2/2016 11:27:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: The winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir today witnessed another hottest day with mercury touching season's maximum of 42.4 degree Celsius, thus giving no respite from scorching heat. Yesterday for the first time, this season, the temperature crossed 40 degree mark as maximum was recorded 40.9 degrees Celsius. ''The temperature today recorded was reason's maximum as 42.4 degrees and will keep rising in the coming couple of days,'' the weatherman here tol...
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NEET row: SC accepts J&K govt's application for intervention
5/2/2016 11:26:00 PM
Agencies New Delhi, May 2 : The Supreme Court on Monday accepted an application moved by the Jammu and Kashmir government asking for intervention into medical entrance examination. The apex court has listed the matter for hearing tomorrow. "The application for intervention and modification of Order dated 28th April was filed today by the State and also a mention was made for early hearing before the Chief Justice," said JK Law Secretary Muhammad Ashraf Mir. He said the application has been accepted and listed for tomorrow before the Constitutional bench. Sr. Advocate and former Atorney General of India Gopal Subramanium and Vishwanathan, Sr Advocate and former Assistant Solicitor Gen...
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11 leading schools charge heavy fee, come under CFFS scanner
5/2/2016 11:25:53 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: For charging exorbitant fee from students, 11 leading private schools in the winter capital have come under the scanner of committee for fixation of fee structure (CFFS). CFFS had initiated action against 11 leading private schools of Jammu for charging heavy fee from students, official sources alleged. The committee had received complaints that these schools had increased fee exorbitantly and in violation of the high court directions without proper permission. "The committee has issued notices to the managements of these schools to explain their position," sources claimed. Managements of these schools were asked to maintain the fees structure of A...
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Man beaten by his ex wife, hospitalized
5/2/2016 11:25:46 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: A man was allegedly beaten by his ex wife here today in Residency Road locality over property dispute following which the injured was hospitalized at JK Medicity hospital for specialized treatment. A police case stands registered in this regard. As per police reports, the incident took place when the victim namely Shahid Ahmed Wani was coming out of his house and was suddenly intercepted by his ex wife. "The heated exchange of words took ugly turn when the lady allegedly stoned him resulting injuries to his right arm, police sources said. Later the matter was brought to the notice of police following which an FIR was lodged against the accused woman...
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Vigilance wing of Forest department crippled by deceit, incompetence and vested interest
5/2/2016 11:25:37 PM
Abodh Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: Blame it on the criminal indifference of the officers designated from time to time; the Vigilance wing of State Forest Department has been incapacitated, with no tangible action against encroachers of forest land and their accomplices within the department for years. The scandalous inaction of these officers has not only encouraged the unholy nexus, but has piled up the pendency of such cases alarmingly. Sources in the department divulge that the State Vigilance Commission has come down heavily against the vigilance wing of the forest department for its dismal performance and the higher officials of the department have reportedly been put...
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GGHSS Kothi Bagh becomes political 'Akhara'
PDP Youth President visits school delivers lecture
5/2/2016 11:20:48 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, May 2: Department of Education continues to be in news and obviously for the wrong reasons. This time around a youth leader of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is making the headlines. Sources told Early Times that PDP's Youth President Waheed-ur-Rahman Parra today visited the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kothi Bagh here. Parra delivered a lecture to the students of the school and it is not yet known who had invited him to the school in this regard. The PDP's Youth President posted the 'news' about his visit to the school on social networking site 'Facebook'. He shared the news about his visit little knowing that it would in...
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Irregularities in Kathua 'power scenario': Officials enjoying political patronage
Transformer connections given without permission, sans supervision charges
5/2/2016 11:20:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: Irregularities in installation of private transfers and connections without following procedural norms is not only depriving the general public of Kathua district of their rightful due but also accruing huge losses to state exchequer, thanks to PDD authorities who have given free hand to an official to 'facilitate' such practices for a long time. The said official working on deputation with EM& RE division has not been 'touched' for years and even remained unscathed when the Governor's administration ordered doing away with attachments in all the departments two months back. Sources said the said official is technically taking care of Computer wing but...
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CAPD deptt sleeping over ration scam in Budgam
5/2/2016 11:20:19 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 2: For delaying probe into the alleged misappropriation of 45,000 quintals of rice in central Kashmir's Budgam district, officials have come under scanner. Official sources said the government had taken a serious note of reports that 13,200 quintals of rice, allocated additionally under 2011 census for public distribution in Budgam district for January, had gone missing. The Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD) department held a departmental inquiry into the alleged ration scam. "It has come to our notice that people had not received ration in January. Now, we are going to conduct a probe into the incident," CAPD director, Kashmir, Mushtaq ...
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Ahead of 'Darbar', Srinagar roads get facelift
Practice mere wastage of money, say people
5/2/2016 11:20:11 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, May 2: With the Darbar move and other move offices reopening on May 9 here, the authorities are busy giving a 'fresh look to the summer capital. However the general public terms the practice as mere wastage of the money. The administration is busy cleaning foot paths, road dividers and fencing for the past one week in the city, whereas majority roads are in dilapidated condition. Interestingly, the authorities had launched the drive to clean the footpaths and roads on the routes often used by the VIPs to reach Civil Secretariat. The Srinagar-airport road is also getting face lift. Renovation and other repair works had also been complete...
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2 teachers attached in CEO office Reasi
Attachment syndrome
5/2/2016 11:20:02 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: Setting aside all the directions issued from time to time by the Chief Minister of the state Mehbooba Mufti, a Chief Education Officer (CEO) has allegedly attached two teachers in his office on verbal orders in Reasi district. Sources in the education department stated that two teachers were attached in the office of Chief Education Officer (CEO) Reasi against the directions of Chief Minister and even the governor when there was governor rule in the state. However, the CEO Reasi, Vinod Kumar Soni justified the attachments by simply saying that his office is under staff and he needs atleast two persons who can do work related to SSA, RAMSA and Right To I...
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Alleged hushing up of RDA scam by SVO
HC directs GAD to file fresh status report indicating new IO's appointment
5/2/2016 11:19:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: A high court division bench of Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Justice B S Walia today granted three weeks time to General Administration Department (GAD) to file a fresh status report indicating the appointment of a new Inquiry Officer (IO) to probe into the Rajouri Development Authority (RDA) scam. The court directive came in view of the status report filed by tourism department that the previous IO, ie Director Tourism, Jammu, appointed to hold disciplinary proceedings against then RDA CEO Mohammad Javed Khan, then executive engineers -- Khushal Chand and Devi Dass Heer -- and junior engineer Gurcharan Singh, had expressed his inability to hold inquiry...
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Locals block damaged Srinagar-Chadoora road
5/2/2016 11:19:45 PM
Early Times Report Budgam, May 2: The residents of Kralpora ,Gopalpora and Wathoora blocked Srinagar Chadoora road for many hours on Monday as the locals allege that authorities are paying no attention towards undertaking necessary repairs of the road. Details available with Early Times reveal that residents of almost three important localities assembled on busy Srinagar Chadoora road on Monday morning and protested against the authorities particularly R&B and Economic Reconstruction Agency (ERA) for not undertaking blacktopping of the road which has been damaged severely at least on one dozen places from Srinagar to Chadoora which is 15 KM long stretch. The blocakde of road stranded as...
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Kalaban people sans basic amenities, rue Govt apathy
5/2/2016 11:19:19 PM
M S NAZKI Early Times Report Poonch, May 2: People of remote Kalaban village of Mendhar hace criticised the government, alleging that it had failed to make them available the basic amenities of life. A dilapidated road connects Mendhar town with the village having a population of about 500 persons. Even as lakhs of rupees were shown to have been spent on its maintenance, the road had developed pits all over it, locals alleged. "The underground PHE pipes, laid in 1990, are exposed at seve...
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Landslide hits Shashoo village, 19 families shifted to safer places
5/2/2016 11:03:01 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Jammu, May 2: At least 19 Gujjar families of village Shashoo in Padder Sub Division of Kishtwar District have fled their homes and forced to take shelter at safer places after massive landslide from the nearby hillocks struck the village. The landslide, reports said destroyed three houses fully. Some other structures were partially damaged. Reports said the landslide hit the village on 28th of April 2016 in Shashoo village of Padder some 50 KM from District headquarter and immediately the people brought the matter into the notice of Sub Divisional Magistrate Padder who visited the affected village and took the stock of the situation. After maki...
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Depilated irrigation grid affects farming, farmers frustrated
5/2/2016 10:57:01 PM
Arun Kumar Early Times Report Kathua, May 2: Atleast 4000 hectares of land including agricultural land, wildlife and population is badly affected due to poor irrigation grid i.e. networking of canals/rivers water schemes in Kathua District but the concerned Irrigation Department yet to have take a cue to manage the damage control. Meantime the water scarcity at tail-ends of canals has fueled the protest in some villages. As per sources, the poor network of water supply system i.e. rivers...
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Municipal Corporation employees carry out protest in support of demands
PDP- BJP Govt fails to provide basic amenities to people: Bhalla
Workers denied MGNREGA wages, stage protest
Students' Associations demand carry on system
Excise deptt seizes Polythene, liquor at Lakhanpur
Farmers call on Daljit Singh
After 2 days drive by administration, Excise Department, police join drive against Opium cultivation
Only Srinagar to Jammu traffic on Kashmir highway
CEO Jammu conducts surprise inspection of city schools
Absconder held
Man injured in Kupwara after fiddling with live hand grenade
SSA organizes seminar on quality education
Samba police foiled bovine smuggling bid
NDA Government proved total failure: Ex MLC Gupta alleges
Drive against adulteration: JKFSA destroys 985 litres sub-standard milk
33 guests from PoK arrive, 8 Kashmiris cross to other side of LoC
Burglars decamp with jewellery
RDD employee electrocuted
Youth drowns in Birmha nullah
Farewell accorded to outgoing Bank Manager
Under CAP Samba Police Installs Water Cooler
Legal awareness camp organized
Police Self Defence Camp for women concludes
Irked over non- electrification locals protest against PDD
Missing girl traced out
J&K RTI Movement organizes workshop at Budgam
Secretary Tourism takes review meet of department
Centre realized mistake of calling off talks with Pakistan: Omar
Mehbooba Mufti committed to make Jammu, Kashmir an Island of Peace: PDP
Ensure prudent use of Wakf assets, endowment money: Mehbooba
Mehbooba urges int'l community to recognize potential of youth
Alexander Memorial School holds annual investiture ceremony
HC appoints retd sessions judge as mediator
Hemant Bhargava takes over as Zonal Manager LIC
Fulfill legitimate demands of School, College lecturers on priority: Harsh
Bali orders inquiry over 'non-functioning of CT Scan' at SDH Bhaderwah
Weatherman predicts respite from scorching heat in state
Gandhi Global Family distributes clothes among students
GGHSS Gowari organizes symposium
Excise Deptt conducts raids in Kishtwar, R S Pura; Rs 1 lakh fine realized, one held
J&K Bank officers Punjab unit constituted
"Sadhra Duggar" organized
AVP Samba, GHS Sarna win U-17 cricket finals
Political Science Deptt enters final in JU cricket tourney
Harsh summers, 10 schools yet are without water in Panchari
Non-filling of posts of CIC, IC in SIC
Regional Director interacts with DAV faculty
HC Judgment on NIT students reminds JFI of pre-54 justice system: Hari Om
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