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Breaking News :   Shri Amarnathji Yatra concludes; over ­­­­­­­­2.85 lakh pilgrims pay obeisance | Youths joining terror outfits in Kashmir highest since 2010; Al-Qaeda aligned group gaining foothold | Governor takes lazy bones within Govt to task; asks them to perform or perish | Former BJP minister in touch with PDP | Govt employees still in Eid mood, abstain from duties | Mani Shankar prefers Pak, separatists over nation | 'Military offensive' against militants on cards in South Kashmir | Lone toilet found locked, pilgrims forced to go in open | BJP is kicking up a hoax on Govt formation | Death Penalty Row: The infallible may have erred | People allege Administration, Construction Companies responsible for inconvenience | Pro-Article 35 A protest held in Mendhar, 'Azadi' slogans raised | KAS aspirants call on Maohar Lal | Govt committed for safety, welfare, development of children: Ganai | Police allegedly uses force against unemployed youth demanding jobs in Pakal-Dool project | Cement industries flouting pollution norms in Kathua, PCB unmoved | CCB defaulter gets 3 months imprisonment, Rs 2.5 lakh fine | NRSS 29 Transmission line becomes operational | Senior National Chess Championship to be held in December | Team for Tug-of-War championship selected | Governor, Advisors, CS greet people on Raksha Bandhan | Inter School Zonal Level Tournament for U/19 yrs Girls concludes | AJKLTF collects donation for Kerala flood victims | LWWS stages nukkad "Chinese Gattu" | Vikram Foundation provide fans, invertor to school | Women throng Jammu security camps to tie rakhis to jawans | CB Kashmir registers case against Sachdeva Metal Works | BBBC to organize annual bhandara on Sept 2 | AIBCU alleges BJP leader of misleading people | Chuni knock at the doors of Apex Court, to be heard in Article 35-A | NMC urges PM to release pending DA installment | Locals protest over dilapidated condition of Chatha-Khandwal Road | CD/SDRF Samba conducts awareness programme | CVPP organizes plantation drive | One day awareness cum demonstration programme held | Bharat Vikas Parishad organises medical camp at RMPS | BLSKS presents 223rd musical play "Ladli Beti" | 32 youth join Panthers Party | Carmel Convent School holds Quiz Competition | AVM appreciates role of SC for hearing case of Reservation in promotions | Calliope School organizes Kite, Rakhi Making competitions | HC refuses to quash PSA of JeM's 'OGW' | Transport Commissioner for strict compliance of Pollution Control norms for vehicles | Tehsildar Kishtwar issues prohibitory order to make footpaths encroachment free | Div Com reviews total electrification programmes under implementation by PDD | Ikk Jutt organizes seminar on Article 35-A | Governor, Advisor felicitate Ankita Raina | Advisor K Vijay Kumar interacts with John Abraham | TAPPS Jammu Cantt shines in Roller Skating Championship | Shiksha Niketan organizes Kite Making Competition | HC directs CJM, JMs to transfer cases of juveniles to JJBs forthwith | Police issues hue, cry notice against LeT militant | 407 cases settled in Lok Adalat held at Jammu | Police fighting proxy war for last 30 years: Vaid | No Amarnath pilgrim arrived or left Jammu base camp: Officials | J&K Police devises plan to ensure cops safe visit to homes | Fake currency racket busted, 3 held | Soldier martyred in mine blast in Kupwara Keran sector | 4 day First - Aid training concludes | Educational Institution celebrate Raksha bandhan across Jammu | FEAED observes one day mass casual leave | Malhotra blames BJP for lack of basic amenities in Jammu west constituency | Raj Bhavan, SASB staff bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs Vohra | Illegal construction on state land demolished | Back Issues  
 
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Governor takes lazy bones within Govt to task; asks them to perform or perish
Finally it's for the people!
8/25/2018 11:17:54 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 25: At a time when the state government officials are known to throw peoples vows to the cold storage, undermining the very essence of their redressal, the new governor soon after assuming office seems to have made the issue in question his top priority. As per the reports coming to fore, Governor Satya Pal Malik has given stern directions to the state dispensation that the public grievance system has to be rejuvenated and overhauled at large so that the common masses are no longer made to move from pillar to post to get issues resolved. It has given such a major development witnessed in the very first week of new governor in office has subtly hinted how the future course of action in the governor administration is going to be. A senior official within the administration divulged that clear cut directions have been issued to the state government departments that the dilatory mode of functioning within the official machinery will not be tolerated and shirkers known for their bizarre style of functioning will be taken to the task. Reports informed ...
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Former BJP minister in touch with PDP
8/25/2018 11:17:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 25: A senior BJP leader, who was minister in the previous PDP-BJP government, is reportedly in touch with the PDP leadership to explore other options before next assembly elections. Credible sources said that this ex-BJP minister had recently met with another former PDP minister at his residence where both of them discuss prevailing political scenario in the state. Sources said that former BJP minister had ruled out possibility of shifting loyalty immediately but he asked his PDP counterpart to take up his case before party leadership for consideration. Credible sources said that this former BJP minister has made up his mind not to contest next assembly e...
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Govt employees still in Eid mood, abstain from duties
8/25/2018 11:17:39 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 25: In Kashmir, two or three day holiday is not enough for any festival to government employees even though people are facing inconveniences due to non redress of their grievances. This was witnessed on Saturday when most of employees either remained away from duties or their offices were locked up. While visiting several offices in old secretariat Srinagar, most of the employees were missing. "Officials will come on Monday. There was holiday for two day but in Kashmir most employees do holiday for five days," an official of Health Department said. Same scenes were witnessed at Social Welfare Department where some rooms were either ...
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Mani Shankar prefers Pak, separatists over nation
8/25/2018 11:17:30 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 25: Apparently blaming Narendra Modi led government for instability in the region, senior Congress leader and former minister Mani Shankar Aiyar Saturday said that there would be change in the sub-continent only when there is end of BJP rule at the Centre. "There has been a new government in Pakistan. But there will be change in the sub-continent only when there is change in government at New Delhi," Aiyar said in his address at a conference here. He said that Government of India has to engage Pakistan in the talks for the peace. "India should hold talks with both Pakistan and people of Jammu, Kashmir, and Ladakh." He claimed that hatred has spread i...
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'Military offensive' against militants on cards in South Kashmir
8/25/2018 11:17:25 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 25: In the wake of recent surge in the killing of cops in south Kashmir, the government plans to undertake a "major military offensive" against the militants active in the region. Sources said in the wake of killing of around one dozen cops in the recent past, including three on Eid ul Azha when the trio was with their families to celebrate the festival, the government has taken a serious note of the terror activities that have shaken the people of the state. Sources said the police department is fed of such attacks while the Union Home ministry has taken a serious note of the militant activities and wants that the operation all out be intensified. Sou...
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Lone toilet found locked, pilgrims forced to go in open
Kishtwar admin fails Swachhta Mission at Machail Base Camp
8/25/2018 11:17:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 25: The Machail base camp has no adequate public toilet facility and the lone toilet complex, which has been constructed by Rural Development Department at base camp remains locked. Despite the fact that the number of pilgrims at Maichail Yatra has crossed 2.30 lakh mark but the district administration has miserably failed to provide the pilgrims even the basic facility of toilet at base camp. The pilgrims alleged that the facilities at Machial Yatra base ca...
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BJP is kicking up a hoax on Govt formation
8/25/2018 11:17:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 25: The state unit of the BJP has raised a scare among main stream political parties after it has declared its intentions on the formation of the Government in Jammu and Kashmir. Where are the numbers? This is a million dollar question because as far as number of MLAs is concerned the BJP does not have the support of 44 MLAs. Its dependence on less than five MLAs from the PDP, who have revolted against the party leadership. Sajjad Lone,who has a dream to become the Chief Minister has been able to garner the support of six MLAS which would not allow BJP to form the Government. The BJP has 25 MLAs and six supporters of Sajjad Lone may not give the BJP to f...
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Police allegedly uses force against unemployed youth demanding jobs in Pakal-Dool project
8/25/2018 11:02:56 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report KISHTWAR, Aug 25: The local unemployed youth and the affected families of 1000 MW Pakal-Dool Power Project in Kishtwar District who were assured by the administration, project management and local police officials with regard to their appointments in the power project at the time of calling of the protest as well as hunger strike few weeks ago today once again accused the management of project developer AFCON company off backdoor appointments of non locals...
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Cement industries flouting pollution norms in Kathua, PCB unmoved
8/25/2018 11:02:23 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 25: Three cement industries established opposite to Goodown of Food Corporation of India at Railway Road Kathua have openly flouting the set pollution norms, the law enforcement agency (Poolution Control Board), Kathua has failed to take action against them. Locals alleges that however, the DIC has not granted permission to them to run these industries round the clock but due to active involvement of district level officials with the owners of the plants, they are operating day and night and emanating dust, smoke and even also generate noise pollution which create problems for locals and daily commuters who visits Railway Station Kathua for boarding and deb...
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CCB defaulter gets 3 months imprisonment, Rs 2.5 lakh fine
8/25/2018 11:02:12 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 25: Tightening the noose around the habitual defaulters, the City Judge Jammu convicted a loan defaulter of Citizen's Co-operative Bank Ltd branch Channi Himmat Jammu for 3 months imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 2.5 lakh under section 138 NI Act. As per court order, Aditya Bakshi son of Swadesh Mitter Bakshi was convicted for not re-paying a car loan of Rs 4.63 lakh which was availed by him in 2014. Aditya Bakshi had issued a cheque to bank for Rs 1.91 lakh but same was dishonored and subsequently bank filed a suit against him in the court of City Judge Jammu through advocate Rajinder Singh. The court observed that statement of the accused Aditya Ba...
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NRSS 29 Transmission line becomes operational
People complain of headache, fatigue
8/25/2018 11:01:56 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 25: People living near high voltage corridor of Samba Amargrah transmission line are complaining of severe headache and fatigue from last 4 days as the 440 KV DC line has been made operational by the company that has been allotted the project. Details available with Early Times reveal that residents of Buzgoo , Kutabal, Jedden, Batwodder, Bonen, Branwar, Neegu, Kachwari and Watrad villages of Budgam have been complaining of severe headache, nausea and fatigue from last 4 days since the line was made operational by Northern Region Strengthening Scheme 29 (NRSS 29) Lt and Sterlite Power the private companies that have been allotted the project under BOOT a...
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LOCAL NEWS
People allege Administration, Construction Companies responsible for inconvenience
Pro-Article 35 A protest held in Mendhar, 'Azadi' slogans raised
KAS aspirants call on Maohar Lal
Govt committed for safety, welfare, development of children: Ganai
Senior National Chess Championship to be held in December
Team for Tug-of-War championship selected
Governor, Advisors, CS greet people on Raksha Bandhan
Inter School Zonal Level Tournament for U/19 yrs Girls concludes
AJKLTF collects donation for Kerala flood victims
LWWS stages nukkad "Chinese Gattu"
Vikram Foundation provide fans, invertor to school
Women throng Jammu security camps to tie rakhis to jawans
CB Kashmir registers case against Sachdeva Metal Works
BBBC to organize annual bhandara on Sept 2
AIBCU alleges BJP leader of misleading people
Chuni knock at the doors of Apex Court, to be heard in Article 35-A
NMC urges PM to release pending DA installment
Locals protest over dilapidated condition of Chatha-Khandwal Road
CD/SDRF Samba conducts awareness programme
CVPP organizes plantation drive
One day awareness cum demonstration programme held
Bharat Vikas Parishad organises medical camp at RMPS
BLSKS presents 223rd musical play "Ladli Beti"
32 youth join Panthers Party
Carmel Convent School holds Quiz Competition
AVM appreciates role of SC for hearing case of Reservation in promotions
Calliope School organizes Kite, Rakhi Making competitions
HC refuses to quash PSA of JeM's 'OGW'
Transport Commissioner for strict compliance of Pollution Control norms for vehicles
Tehsildar Kishtwar issues prohibitory order to make footpaths encroachment free
Div Com reviews total electrification programmes under implementation by PDD
Ikk Jutt organizes seminar on Article 35-A
Governor, Advisor felicitate Ankita Raina
Advisor K Vijay Kumar interacts with John Abraham
Shiksha Niketan organizes Kite Making Competition
HC directs CJM, JMs to transfer cases of juveniles to JJBs forthwith
Police issues hue, cry notice against LeT militant
407 cases settled in Lok Adalat held at Jammu
Police fighting proxy war for last 30 years: Vaid
No Amarnath pilgrim arrived or left Jammu base camp: Officials
J&K Police devises plan to ensure cops safe visit to homes
Fake currency racket busted, 3 held
Soldier martyred in mine blast in Kupwara Keran sector
4 day First - Aid training concludes
Educational Institution celebrate Raksha bandhan across Jammu
FEAED observes one day mass casual leave
Malhotra blames BJP for lack of basic amenities in Jammu west constituency
Raj Bhavan, SASB staff bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs Vohra
Illegal construction on state land demolished
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