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NIA probe sought in BJP leader's killing
We have no faith in police, says Parihar kin
11/3/2018 11:36:04 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 3: The kin of Kishtwar's slain BJP leader on Saturday slammed Governor's Advisor K Vijay Kumar, Home Secretary R K Goyal, J&K's DGP Dilbag Singh, and other top officials for not visiting them. Speaking to Early Times, Ranjeet Parihar, cousin of the slain BJP leader Anil Parihar, said that no official from district administration visited them since Anil and his brother Ajeet were gunned down in cold blooded murder on Thursday evening. Ranjeet termed the killing of Anil as "politically motivated which was executed by militants." He said that IGP Jammu S D Singh Jamwal and DIG DKR Rafeeq ul Hassan who are camping in Kishtwar for last three days didn't bother to visit their home. Ranjeet said that Advisor to Governor who Saturday visited Kishtwar along with DGP and other top officials also did not visit them. He said they are however BJP leaders who arrived in Kishtwar despite bad weather to participate in the cremation of the BJP leader and his brother. Slamming Kishtwar police and civil administration, Ranjeet Parihar said that...
Ajeet Parihar was shot dead 'while trying to save his brother'
11/3/2018 11:35:51 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 3: Samaar Parihar has narrated an account of the murder of his uncle, the BJP leader Anil Parihar, and father Ajeet Parihar by gunmen in Kishtwar two days ago. Speaking to Early Times, Samaar Parihar said he came to know about the incident from their domestic helper who was carrying the bag of his uncle and was walking behind them when they were shot dead in Tapal Market. He said all family members were waiting for them when suddenly the domestic helper reached the home in a state of shock narrating the incident to them. Samaar said that after the domestic helper informed them about the incident, he, his brothers, his cousins, his mother...
State BJP leaders take Parihar brothers' killing casually
11/3/2018 11:35:27 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Nov 3: High command of BJP has taken very serious note of killing of party's state secretary Anil Parihar and his brother Ajit Parihar at Kishtwar on Thursday evening but state unit of BJP appeared to have taken this incident non-seriously. Instead of taking this incident seriously, leaders of state unit of BJP are busy in doing cosmetic exercises of holding protest demonstrations and prayer meetings. Even in the protest demonstrations, some BJP leaders were seen lau...
Warning signal for BJP after Lal Singh decides to fight Panchayat elections
11/3/2018 11:34:03 PM
Early Times Report jammu, Nov 3: Decision of former forest minister Chowdhary Lal Singh to field his candidates for on-going Panchayat elections is a warning signal for BJP because Singh has potential to spoil-sport the Saffron Party in coming Lok Sabha elections in Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha seat. After floating 'nonpolitical' outfit, Chowdhary Lal Singh today gave political shape to its social organisation. In a function held today at Jammu, Lal Singh announced to contest Panchayat elections are being held on a non-party basis. Lal Singh had formed non-political organization namely Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan on July 22 this year with a promise to protect dignity and honour' of the Dogr...
Apprehending probes PDP-NC defend 'tainted institutions, babus'
11/3/2018 11:33:44 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 3: Even as the Raj Bhawan is set to go for major probe into complaints of "rampant corruption and favoritism" in the government establishments, the two main regional parties of Kashmir, the National Conference (NC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP),have started playing the "victim card" on behalf of the institutions and babus under scanner. The regional players look unnerved when Governor SP Malik has toughened his stand on war against corruption. He has not only publicly spoken against corruption but is likely to take his statements to logical conclusion. Sources said Rajbhawan is preparing a "master plan" against corruption in the state. Sources sa...
Audits of RMSA, SSA accounts in Govt schools an eye-wash
Accounts' incharge gets easy clearance after paying some money
11/3/2018 11:13:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 3: The Directorate of School Education has initiated audit of the funds sanctioned to various schools under Sarav Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA) and Rashtriya Madyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan (RMSA) but the whole exercise is merely an eye-wash as by paying few hundred rupees to the audit team members, the incharge of the accounts are getting easy clearance. Sources in the Education department informed Early Times that the government has clubbed together the accounts of RMSA and SSA under one head of Samagr Shiksha, which has been conducting the audit of the SSA and RMSA funds issued to various government schools. Instructions have been issued by the Chief Education Offic...
Those who subverted democracy in J&K are talking of saving democracy in India
Democracy, NC-style
11/3/2018 11:13:27 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 3: Non-BJP parties are trying to build what they call "Mahagathbandhan" at national level and at the state levels. Their stated goal is to defeat the BJP in the states going to elections and dislodge PM Narendra Modi in May 2019. NC president and former J&K CM Farooq Abdullah has also taken the plunge and met a number of anti-Modi and anti-BJP leaders. He has declared that the move on the opposition unity is gaining strength with each passing moment and that the aim is to "save democracy to save India". Strange was what he said on Friday. Strange because the NC is a party that is known more for subverting democracy and establishing one region's hegemony ove...
Patel wanted Dogra rule to continue after accession
He wasn't for Sheikh Abdullah to head JK
11/3/2018 11:13:20 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 3: At a time when the 182-metre-high statue of India's first deputy prime minister and independence leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel has been built in Gujarat with entire world paying tribute to the great leader, his association with Jammu and Kashmir is coming to fore. What could surprise many is the fact that Patel never wanted National Conference and its founder Sheikh Abdullah to rule Jammu and Kashmir, Instead, he wanted Maharaja Hari Singh and his Prime Minister Meher Chand Mahajan to run the state administration. According to the historical records, Patel, soon after the tribal invasion in Kashmir was crushed and Indian government got control of t...
Bio-Chemistry faculty goes on leave
Lack of accountability in GMC Srinagar
11/3/2018 11:13:10 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 3: More than half of the faculty members of Government Medical College Srinagar's Bio-Chemistry department are on leave, badly affecting the work. It has been learnt that the doctors of the department are on leave without giving any intimation to the Principal's office, said sources. "The department is facing various problems in carrying out routine works for last many days due to unavailability of the staff," sources said, adding that it is very unfortunate that an essential department, which carries out blood tests and others important tests, is almost lying empty, raising question mark over the working of the department as well as the institute. Poin...
NIA probing hawala cases conducts raids
11/3/2018 11:12:55 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 3: The National Investigating Agency (NIA) probing various Hawala related cases today conducted the raids in various parts of Dachhan and its adjoining areas and arrested one person in connection with five year old case of transaction of Hawala money through his account for Hizb longest surviving militant commander operating in Dachhan area. As per the details available with "Early Times", the NIA team arrived in Kishtwar District in connection with the probe into five year old Hawala case in which the Hizb Militant commander Jahinger Saroori deposited Rs. One lakh hawala money into his account. The accused according to sources is run...
1400 apple trees damaged in Surasyar block
Untimely snowfall wreaks havoc across Kashmir
11/3/2018 10:42:45 PM
Early Times Report Budgam, Nov 3 : The untimely snowfall across Kashmir valley has created havoc in the upper reaches of Budgam , Shopian , Anantnag , Kulgam and Baramulla districts. In Surasyar block of Budgam around 1400 apple trees have been damaged in handful of villages. The damage is said to be much higher as details from other areas of Budgam are yet to come. Details available with Early Times through its sources in villages of Batwodder , Goggee Pathri , Branwar , Bonen reveal that around 1400 trees have been damaged due to development of cracks in the apple trees. These cracks have developed because of huge weight caused due to accumulation of snow on apple trees. In some vil...
Hospitals lack heating system: patients, attendants shiver with cold
11/3/2018 10:42:33 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 3: As Kashmir witnessed snowfall leading to dip in temperature, there is no heating arrangements in hospitals across Kashmir, giving tough times to patients and attendants. According to the Meteorological Office, the minimum temperature in Srinagar was 1.8 degrees Celsius while it was 0.4 and minus 3.0 in Pahalgam and Gulmarg, respectively. Amid harsh cold, the heating system in hospitals across Kashmir is yet to be made operational, causing inconvenience to patients and attendants. The patients and attendants in the hospitals like, Shri Maharaja Hari Singh (SMHS) hospital, Bone and Joint hospital Barzulla and Chest Disease hospital Dalgate were left t...
Class X students write papers under candles light
PDD Mandi in deep slumber
11/3/2018 10:39:50 PM
Sarfraz Chak Early Times Report MANDI, Nov 3: With no electricity available at the examination centres,10th class students appearing in examination at boys Hss Mandi along with girls Hss Mandi, were left in a tricky situation, with many students missing some questions in the darkness. Inside the dark classrooms, several candidates had to write the papers under candle lights, smart phone torches, a student said. As the staff on examination duty moved the students outside the classrooms ...
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