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Crime Branch fails to act in fraud cases against top cops
3/18/2017 11:23:47 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: The Crime Branch Jammu is maintaining silence over complaints against the police officials involved in cases of fraud and cheating? And if they've ever acted on any complaint, it was possible only after the intervention of the High Court. Though many officers, who are seen as honest, have headed the Crime Branch during the last 10 years, they too have spared their accused colleagues. Not even one case against the top police officers or influential 'VVIPs' was taken to the conclusion. The official documents with Early Times indicate that even the cases, which had been registered in 2012, continue to be under investigation for the reasons best known to those who have headed the Crime Branch during the last four years. According to the documents, a case was registered against constable Saif-ud-Din, son of Qasim Din, a resident of village Jallu in Gandoh tehsil of Doda, in the Crime Branch in 2015 for having cheated one Raj Kumar Gupta. The accused had assured Gupta that he can arrange an MD seat for his daughter in Acharaya Shri Chander College of ...
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Former Army commander says Shah Faesal has lost his appeal
Gen Hasnain seeks promotion of sports, music in restive Kashmir
3/18/2017 11:23:36 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: Former Army commander Let Gen (Retd) Syed Ata Hasnain has said that IAS topper of 2010 batch, Dr Shah Faesal who is presently working as Commissioner Jammu and Kashmir Power Development Corporation has lost his appeal among youth in Kashmir. Gen Hasnain, who has served as the GoC of Srinagar based 15th Corps of Indian Army says the need of the hour is to look for role models in Kashmir. The former commander said this while speaking at 19th Asian Security Conference on Combating Terrorism: Evolving an Asian Response held recently in the national capital of New Delhi. Speaking on the topic "Crafting a Narrative for Kashmir", Gen Hasnain said "We need to l...
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JU 'wastes' Rs 16 lacs on litigations in 3 yrs
400 cases still pending
3/18/2017 11:23:23 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: 'Unaccountable' draining of public money by University of Jammu could be gauged from the fact that around 16 lac rupees have been spent on litigation furi g the past three years while 400 are still pending. The University has spent a whopping sum of rupees 15.5 lakh in three years on account of fee paid to Standing Counsels to defend its cases in different courts. Sources said that more than 400 cases of varsity were pending in different courts. "The University has paid a sum of Rs 15.5 lakh as fee, the highest amount was paid to one of the Standing Counsels was Rs 11.8 lakh followed by Rs 1.89 lakh, Rs 1.26 lakh and Rs 42,375 thousand respectively", so...
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PSUs in a mess, Govt cold
3/18/2017 11:23:06 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Mar 18: Many years ago the state government took a decision to create Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) to give better services to the people. Around 25 corporations were established under the Companies' Act of 1956, consisting of the chairman, vice-chairman, board of directors and managing director. But over the period of time, these corporations have become the breeding ground for malpractices, backdoor appointments and placement of non-professional and unqualified managing directors. A source in the Industries Department told Early Times that if "we dissect the working of these corporations, we will only find accumulation of losses year a...
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BJP leader, supporters make mockery of traffic rules in Udhampur
3/18/2017 11:22:43 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report UDHAMPUR, Mar 18: Leaders and supporters of state BJP on Saturday virtually made mockery of traffic rules in Udhampur, causing huge inconvenience to the public. Under the party's nationwide programmes to celebrate the recent victory in elections, the BJP's Udhampur assembly constituency organised a bike rally. The rally was led by BJP National Vice-President and former MP Avhinash Rai Khanna and other senior leaders. The rally started from Dak Bungalow and a...
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Anti Azad lobby in New Delhi wants his 'repatriation' to J&K
'Azad should work hard in home state like Captain…'
3/18/2017 11:22:12 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: In what can be seen as serious ramification of UP poll results for him, anti Azad lobby in New Delhi has suddenly turned active to the extent of using this opportune time to 'push' him out, openly asking the high command to send him back to J&K. It is the third time in successive elections that party has seen debacles under his charge in UP where Congress had big stakes this time. Once a member of the kitchen cabinet of party high command and most powerful leader among those in the central leadership, Azad is gradually losing that charisma and hold over political matters, thanks to the results of UP in Assembly polls which only proved detrimental. As Cong...
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Revenue official eyeing Govt land in city outskirts
3/18/2017 11:22:00 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: Invincible revenue officials continue to encroach government land, especially khads, in the state. According to sources, a junior revenue official has allegedly demarcated a huge piece of land in Jammu city outskirts. "The revenue official, who happens to be from Reasi, has illegally occupied a khad land in the city outskirts," said sources, adding that he has started demarcating the land. Sources asserted that the official is eyeing this piece of land for a long time, and in this regard he has made proper survey of the area. "Taking advantage of khad and distance from Jammu city, the revenue official has smartly encroached the land," sources said and ...
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Farooq desperate to avoid another defeat in Srinagar
'Omar had advised his father not to contest polls'
3/18/2017 11:21:49 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Mar 18: The National Conference (NC) Patron, Dr Farooq Abdullah, is making all the possible efforts to avoid another defeat in the forthcoming Lok Sabha by-polls by doing whatever he can as he knows this could be his last innings before he retires from the politics. It's in place to mention here that Dr Farooq had to eat a humble pie in 2014 Lok Sabha polls as he lost the Srinagar Parliament seat to the PDP leader Tariq Hameed Kara. It was for the first time in his career that he (Dr Farooq) lost any election. "He is trying to appease the separatists by talking in their language, but people don't take him seriously as Dr Farooq is infamous for changing his sta...
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No, Mr Abdullah, Kashmir is not a political issue
3/18/2017 11:21:34 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Mar 18: Fearing defeat at the hands of the PDP candidate in the Srinagar Lok Sabha by-election and extinction of National Conference, Kashmir's premier political organization, party president and Lok Sabha candidate Farooq Abdullah on Friday sought to arouse popular passions in Kashmir by giving the Kashmiri Muslims to understand that Jammu & Kashmir was not a settled issue and that Kashmir was a political issue that needed to be resolved politically. He, in fact, spoke the language of separatists, who day-in and day-out say the same thing and also pitch for the establishment of a theocratic government in the state or a government similar to that of Pakistan. ...
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Mob lynches man in Uri
HC notice to CS on issue of imposing tax on chopper service
Jerath Labs to conduct allergy tests with 50% discount
Bootlegger held with illicit liquor
Principal GMC for improvement of existing system of premier institution
Youth of Jagti hold meet, list demands
Trucker held with 40-kg poppy straw
Selfless Shri Onkar Trust treating needy patients, a boon for J&K rural areas
Narco-peddler held with 08 gms Heroin
Kashmir is not Jammu & Kashmir
Landslides disrupt traffic to Kishtwar for second day
HC quashes proceedings into allegations of bogus voting
Power shut down
Old DC office row: KIshtwar Revenue employees continue protest on 2nd consecutive day
Woman denied bail in murder, rape case
Dr Abdullah misleading people by hiding truth: PK
PDP candidate Mufti Tasaduq faces protest
JKNPP protests seeking early construction of Amarnath Ji Highway in Kashmir
All Biradaries support restriction imposed by Govt during social, marriage functions
HBET distributes scholarships to 600 rural children
AFSPA not imposed out of fun: Ram Madhav on Mehbooba's demand
Police executes PSA detention warrant
Samba BJP celebrates Vijay Utsav to mark its victory in recent polls
NGFA highlights demands of employees
Youth, Government, civil society must work together to eradicate drugs from society: Vibodh
Large-scale bunglings alleged in RDD Charalla, people demand probe
Temple Parbandhak Committee to celebrate Lord Hanuman Jayanti on April 6
Judo Centre set up at Durga Nagar
GDC Bishnah organizes extension lecture on Environment
NHPC organises mammography screening camp
JKPS organizes graduation ceremony
Magic Years School celebrates annual day function
Free health check up camp held
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