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Embarrassment for party during Vajpayee's Prathana Sabha
BJP leaders call women in hotels to project them as leaders
8/30/2018 11:44:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 30: Simmering discontent in disciplined BJP came to the fore today when senior Mahila Morcha leader and member of BJP state executive member Priya Jaral labelled serious allegation on party leaders. In the convention centre where cream of the city was gathered to pay tributes to former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, she allegedly that BJP leaders call female leaders in the hotels to project them as leaders. 'Genuine female workers are feeling suffocated and ignored because party leaders are projecting only those women to whom they call in hotels",she shouted loudly and continue her attack on party leaders. BJP leaders and members of the civil society were stunned when the lady was labelling serious allegation on party leaders. All senior leaders i...
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Guv irked over lapse of funds
'Corruption would not be tolerated'
8/30/2018 11:43:27 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 30: Governor Satya Pal Malik has expressed his displeasure over the lapse of funds and issued strict directions to the Chief Secretary and the Administrative Secretaries to fix the responsibility if funds were allowed to lapse. Sources told Early Times that on Thursday Malik chaired a meeting of top officials of civil administration at the Civil Secretariat here and directed them to gear up the administrative machinery to function with speed, efficiency and accountability. "The non-seriousness of the officials was resulting in lapse of funds. If funds are released, then the concerned officials will be responsible for it," sources quoted ...
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Eye on polls, BJP, PDP turn into foes
8/30/2018 11:43:15 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 30: Weeks after ending their alliance that led to the fall of the coalition government, the BJP and PDP have decided to take on each other over several issues on which they would earlier praise each other. In this regard, both parties have decided to raise these issues with Governor keeping an eye on the upcoming polls. The state is likely to face a series of elections. Besides the Lok Sabha elections next year, the state is yet to conduct its urban local bodies elections, which haven't been held since 2011 and the panchayat elections, which could not be held since 2016. Keeping an eye on these polls, the PDP and BJP, which few weeks before were praisi...
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Favouritism mars transfer policy in JU
Powerful officials manage choicest postings in campus
8/30/2018 11:43:04 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 30: Nepotism and favouritism still prevail in Jammu University, with influential officials getting themselves transferred or retained at places of their choice in the campus. As per the documents pertaining to the university, it is revealed that various transfer orders issued by the administration earlier this year (dated 2.4.2018, 27.4.18, 1.6.18 and 25.6.18) were modified with one stroke of pen vide order dated 20-8-18. The favourite officials were retained on their original place of postings as per their choice for unknown reasons. Those who were retained on their original posts after a period of four to five months are Omesh Sharma, Head Assistant, Raj...
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HC stays DC Kishtwar's order against ET scribe
8/30/2018 11:42:51 PM
Early Times Report kishtwar, Aug 30: In a snub to Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar, Angrez Singh Rana, who in order to 'punish' Early Times Correspondent Asif Iqbal Naik for not favouring him while reporting on various issues in the district, the J&K High Court on Thursday stayed the order issued by Rana banning the entry of Naik in government offices in Kishtwar. The court issued a notice to the State through Commissioner Secretary to Government Revenue Department, Civil Secretariat Srinagar/Jammu, District Magistrate (DC, Kishtwar), Angrez Singh Rana, District Magistrate (DC, Kishtwar) and Davinder Singh, Deputy Superintendent of Police, CID SB Kishtwar. The petitioner, Naik, through his...
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NC likely go for PDP like reshuffle
8/30/2018 11:42:42 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 30: Even as the Peoples Democratic Party recently reshuffled the party cadres, the move has unnerved its arch rival National Conference. It was reliably learnt that the NC will soon be calling a meeting of its executive body at the party headquarters at Nawa-e-Subh here where the party's preparedness with regard to political developments will be discussed. Sources said many of the NC leaders want the party to call a free and frank meeting where complaints of the leadership would not be discussed but addressed. Sources said the NC leadership is "fed up of the growing lack of consensus in the party's first family", comprising mainly of the party patron...
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Reasi school refuses to enrol students in Class 11th
'Bribe demanded from students'
8/30/2018 11:42:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 30: Authorities of a government school in Reasi district have allegedly refused to enrol at least 20 students in Class 11th. "For want of bribe," the administration of Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Bharakh in Tehsil Pouni of Reasi "refused to enrol us," said one of the aggrieved students wishing not to be named. He said that for last more than one week the students are roaming in school premises with a hope that they will be enrolled in Class 11th "but no one is paying heed to us." "We went to Kunal Bali Sir, incharge admission, many a time but he is just buying the time", said the student. "We also requested Principal of School, Suraj Prakas...
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Jammu peripheries await upgraded health infrastructure
8/30/2018 11:42:01 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 30: Three health institutions including a maternity hospital at Gandhi Nagar, Jammu were announced with fanfare by Omar Abdullah led Government to reduce already over burdened GMC and its associated hospitals, but successors never bothered to complete these projects, even after missing several deadlines. Presently three projects eagerly waiting their completion are 200 bedded Maternity Hospital Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, Community Health Centre, R S Pura and Sub District Hospital Bishnah. At present all of them crying for Government's attention. "Construction works of CHC, R S Pura and SDH Bishnah is being executed by J&K Housing Board, and works begun long bac...
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4 yrs on, school building awaits repairs
8/30/2018 11:40:00 PM
Ashwani Sharma Early Times Report Udhampur, Aug 30: The building of Government Primary School Plasa which was damaged in a landslide in 2014 is awaiting repairs. The locals informed that education of their children is at stake and the department is paying no heed towards this. "Time and again we visited the offices of education department and every-time we got fake assurances as no work on the ground started," Rumal Singh-a local informed. Another local said that four years are ove...
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2 LeT militants killed in Hajin encounter
8/30/2018 11:39:38 PM
Mohammad Sarafaraz Early Times Report BANDIPORA, Aug 30: A joint team of security forces eliminated two foreign militants of LeT outfit in Hajin area early Thursday morning. A senior police official said that a joint team of security forces launched a search operation following the reports of presence of 2-3 militants in Par mohalla of Hajin area. "Based on specific intelligence reports, our men had launched CASO in Par mohalla area and started door to door searches", the official said. The police official said that during the searches, militants fired on police party that was retaliated leading to an encounter. In the ensuing encounter two militants were eliminated. Huge quantity...
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BDO withholds NREGS payments
Locals appeal for social audit
8/30/2018 11:38:18 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, Aug 30: The residents of Shahadra Sharief village in Thamandi block of Rajouri have appealed to the Advisor to Governor B B Vyas to come to their rescue as Block Development Officer (BDO) has withheld the payments for the works executed under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MG-NREGS) more than 2 years back. The locals alleged that officials in the BDO office Thanamandi were demanding bribe for release of the payment. Details available with Early Times reveal that in Shahadara Sharief Panchayat several works have been taken up during last 2 years but the officials in the BDO office were not ready to release the payments to the NREGS ...
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Article 35-A cry reaches Kishtwar, Doda
8/30/2018 11:36:00 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Aug 30: Kishtwar and Doda districts observed a complete shutdown on Thursday over the issue of Article 35-A which is being heard by the Supreme Court on Friday. A peaceful bandh was observed in Doda and its major towns including Bhaderwah and Gandoh while Kishtwar remained on the edge following a massive protest held by the people over the halting of the ongoing Machail Mata Yatra outside old DC Office Kishtwar. The angry people raised slogans against the Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar Angrez Singh Rana and SSP Kishtwar Rajinder Gupta for their failure in clearing the road which was blocked by the people at various places in Kishtwar town an...
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Second son of Hizb chief arrested by NIA in 2011 terror funding case
Governor lists priority areas
New Governor is 'our man' - Jammu & Kashmir BJP president caught boasting in video
Father of Hizb commander Riyaz Naikoo among eight detained in Pulwama
Millitants abduct another policeman's son in Tral Village
Lecture on "Army- A noble Profession" organised
NSS Unit of GDC Ramnagar donates for Kerla flood victims
Get vacated encroached SIDCO land, BBIA urges Govt
Abolish Article 35A for peace, prosperity of J&K: SRS
TJAC goes on indefinite hunger strike
SHTO Union expels Ravinder from post of General Secretary
NMC demands release of pending DA
YNC condemns assault on Akhnoor girl
JDF sends medical, aid to Kerala
R K Chauhan assumes charge as Director (Projects), Powergrid
Dogra Front terms Art 35A as black law
Guv for comprehensive strategy to deal with flood-like situations
Administration to act tough against encroachers: Advisor Ganai
CS reviews progress on EoDB
Dogri Love Saga 'Kunju-Chanchalo' showcased
FCS&CA Directorate celebrates J&K Consumers Day
Four OGWs of HM booked under PSA
3 yrs on, GHSS Binoon playground awaits completion
Guv presented ceremonial guard of honour at Civil Sectt
Sit-in protest of ReT teachers enters day 3
Div Com Jammu calls for timely completion of highway four-laning, Railway projects
Ex-Minister challenges his eviction from Govt accommodation
Embezzlement of public funds in road widening
Lt Gen asks Jammu, Kashmir students to come out of valley, get jobs
17 years RI in kidnapping, rape of minor
7 Inspectors placed as incharge DySPs
Guv releases 2 publications of Industries & Commerce Deptt
DB directives in PIL regarding child care institutions
J&K Bank Lead District Office convenes DLRC/DCC meeting
5 Karatekas get Black Belt SHO DAN
Tarun Sharma awarded by certificate
Reasi campus JU organizes induction prog for Sociology students
Daffodils Care Convent School organizes competition
DPS organises lecture on Drug Menace
Revenue working in Udhampur to be revamped: RD Survey & Land Records
J&K police to organise 'Run For Peace' marathon on Sunday
Health Insurance campaign launched in J&K Grameen Bank
JWCC employees allege harassment by self styled CEO, MD
APS Kaluchak organizes WCIFL Football Tournament
JKNPP protests disregard of local youth by Industrial houses
DPS Nagbani holds Maths Aptitude Test
JKFMHW's protest enters day 3
CTF felicitates Commissioner JMC, VC JDA
PM to launch India Post Payments Bank on Sept 1; J&K to get 8 branches
One held with 12 gram heroin
48 Govt employees found absent from duty, salaries stopped
Chander Mohan quits PDP, joins independent candidate with 400 workers
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