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Kashmir politician left for England, landed in US
'We thought he has gone to meet his mother'
8/31/2018 11:39:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 31: Even as he was supposed to lead the party during controversy surrounding Article 35 A, this senior politician from a regional party in the state pleaded before his colleagues that he would leave for England to meet his mother there. But to utter shock of everyone, he was seen holidaying in the United States instead. Senior leaders of the party told Early Times that their "boss" told his colleagues that he wouldn't leave Kashmir at "critical juncture" but that he wanted to meet his mother and spend some time with her on Eid-ul-Azha. "We all were of the opinion that he has gone to meet his mother and thus we shouldn't question his leaving the state when his presence was needed the most. But we suddenly got to know that he is in the US," said a NC leader. As already reported by this newspaper, the politician was seen attending wedding of a Hindu family in the US. Sources said even the father of this politician was shocked to see that his son has landed up in the US. "See everyone in the party is raising questions as to why he told a lie to everyon...
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Ugly face of Pak sponsored terror exposed
Mehbooba make yet another attempt to appease terror bosses, separatists
8/31/2018 11:39:06 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 31: Terrorists abducting as many as eleven family members of policemen in south Kashmir has brought the ugly face of Pakistan sponsored terrorism to fore in the state. Terrorists targeting the family members, who have no control over the situation, has proved that they can go to any extent to make the lives of common people difficult on the instructions of their bosses sitting across the Line of Control. Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti instead of condemning the abduction of the family members of the policemen put the security forces and the terrorists in the same bracket by stating that both the terrorists and security forces are victimising each other...
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Militants fail to break cops' resolve, kidnap their kin
8/31/2018 11:38:49 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 31: After failing to break the resolve of police in fighting militancy, militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen's operational commander Riyaz Naikoo has taken the responsibility of kidnapping families of cops and made several threats to them. The police has been fighting at the forefront along with army and paramilitary with militants. The militants have threatened several times to police to stop participating in encounters. However, the JK police did not pay any heed to their threats. Now the militants have been involving the families of police personnel. Over 10 family members of police personnel were kidnapped by militants since Thursday. On Friday, Naikoo r...
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Despite rebels terming Mehbooba incompetent, PDP reluctant to expel them
8/31/2018 11:38:39 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Aug 31: Despite the rebels spiting venom against their own leadership, the People's Democratic Party seems to be in no mood to issue any 'show cause' notice against them, sending them a covert message that doors are still open. In a statement, the PDP has been made it clear that it will not act against the rebel party leaders including Imran Raza Ansari, Abid Ansari, Abdul Majeed Padroo, Yasir Reshi and Saif-ud-Din Bhat. The PDP stated that it has preferred not to issue any 'show cause' notice to the rebels and that the party has kept the doors open for them. It would tantamount to say that the party has not issued any 'show cause' notice for speaking again...
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Despite spending crores, BJP bites dust in Kargil council polls
NC bags 9, Cong 6, Independents 3, PDP 1, BJP 1
8/31/2018 11:38:26 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 31: A day after facing serious allegation of 'exploitation of helpless women' by the party senior leaders, BJP today faced humiliating defeat in the prestigious Kargil Council elections where party managed to win only one seat till filing of this report. Counting of votes on remaining six seats was going on. Results of 20 out of total 26 seats have been declared. NC was leading with nine seats, followed by Congress six, three Independents and one each from PDP and BJP. For Kargil Council elections, BJP had spent crores and all senior party leaders camped at Kargil to muster support for party's candidates. State president Ravinder Raina and along with politic...
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"Don't target families of militants": Videos of abducted go viral on social media
8/31/2018 10:50:06 PM
Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, Aug 31: Militant outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahdeen on Friday evening released number of videos in which cops and their relatives abducted by militants during past twenty-four hours can be seen requesting Jammu and Kashmir Police Chief SP Vaid to stop 'victimizing the families of militants'. "I am requesting DGP not to destroy the residential houses of Mujahdeen and civilians, "Sub-Inspector Irfan Gulzar, a resident of Ruhoo Pulwama, who was also abducted by the militants says in the video. In other videos, relative of cops abducted by militants can be seen making similar appeals to police chief. Earlier in the day, Politicians made similar reques...
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Article 35-A: Supreme Court adjourns hearing
Next hearing on January 19, 2019
8/31/2018 10:49:12 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 31: Amid high tension in Jammu & Kashmir, the Supreme Court today adjourned hearing on a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of Article 35-A, till January which gives special rights and privileges to people of Jammu and Kashmir. "The Supreme court was informed that the haring may affect the local bodies and Panchayat elections in Jammu and Kashmir. Now the apex court has listed the matter for hearing on the 19 of January 2019" sources told Early Times. It is to mention here that the J&K Government on Wednesday approached the Supreme Court seeking adjournment of the August 31 hearing on the petitions challenging th...
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Rajouri police arrest two drug peddlers
DSS takes out bike rally, seeks Hari Singh holiday
Gold's Gym felicitates Surya Bhanu Pratap Singh
Terrorists free all 11 relatives of J&K cops, abducted in revenge for police action against their kin
CRPF man's son abducted in South Kashmir's Bijbehara
M Phil scholar, BCA student among kidnapped relatives of J&K Policemen
KC Royals thrashes Vriddhi Royals by 26 runs
Cops release Hizbul commander's father in bid to secure release of their abducted kin
Chhatral Villagers rue official apathy, No potable water for several months
Misrules in MGNREGA, SDRF, 14FC embezzled funds
Probe ordered into Kotranka incident
POWERGRID hands over Computers to GHS Model School for Girls
PDP holds reception to welcome new nominated office bearers
Workshop on Entrepreneurship Development held a
Special summary revision of Photo-Electoral rollsfrom Sept 1: ECI
Advisor Ganai seeks people's active participation in NNW, MVS
Rajnath Singh disapproves Ravinder Raina comments on NN Vohra
"She should not have made this comparison" Says Farooq
JKPSC Postpones Civil Services, Civil Judge Exams; Check New Dates Here
HC directs SSP Kathua to produce Jeelo within 10 days
Div Com takes stock of farming sector in Samba
Pradesh Mahila Congress organizes Protest March
IG (Operations) CRPF, IGP security meet Governor
LMD books 5 gas agencies for violating norms, charges Rs 50000 fine
10 years RI in rape case
Sunderbani seeks probe in 'fraudulent' selection of ReTs
HC seeks details of dog sterilizations effected till Oct 1
SAC approves Group Mediclaim Insurance Policy for all Govt employees
State Administrative Council to hold municipal polls in Oct
SAC approves posting of Suresh Chug as PCCF (Territorial) JK
SAC approves amendment in J&K Forest Act-1987
ASKPC lambasts state, union Govts for not addressing KPs issues
Villagers lock school in protest against non-availability of teachers
Dharna enters 4th day: FMHWA for permanent solution of salary
BJP undermining grace of Gubernatorial office: Harsh
CEO Jammu revokes suspension of 'The First Step School'
Teachers' hunger strike enters day 2, demand implementation of 7th pay commission
Power shut down
AFSPA row: 387 more Army officers challenge prosecution, SC to hear plea on Sept 4
Awareness camps on domestic violence, PNDT Act held
SIE Jammu concludes 5 day workshop
Guest lecture organised at IMS
NGO bids farewell to outgoing BDO
Dr Ashfaq Ahmed Zarri takes over as Registrar BGSB University
Kishtwar Admin finalizes arrangements for Shri Krishan Janamashtami Shoba Yatra
Swachhta Pakhwara concludes at Salal Power Station
Mobile film making course concludes
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