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TOP STORY OF THE DAY
BJP grapples with problems as campaigning ends for 1st phase
PM's Kishtwar rally mismanaged; Kashmir candidates fail to hit the ground
11/23/2014 11:55:05 PM
Assembly Elections Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 23: As the poll campaigning for the first phase of elections, slated to be held on November 25, ended today, the Bharatiya Janta Party, which had created hype about it emerging as the number one party in the state is grappling with problems. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing a rally at Kishtwar in Jammu region on Saturday exposed the state BJP leadership to the hilt. Sources told Early Times the BJP top brass has taken a serious note about how the rally was managed. "The Prime Minister's Office had informed BJP's state unit one week before about PM arriving in the hilly town to address the rally. Despite having ample time BJP leaders failed to manage the show," sources said. They said that people who had come from far-flung areas to attend PM's rally were left to fend for themselves as security personnel didn't allow them to carry either water or any other eatables with them. Organizers despite knowing the secu...
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FRONT PAGE STORIES
BJP leader's alleged sex talk creates ripples in Kishtwar
Keen terms it conspiracy hatched by opponents; denies it's his voice
11/23/2014 11:54:40 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik Early Times Report Kishtwar, Nov 23: A few days after the audio clip of an alleged sex talk of a senior Congress leader went viral in Kashmir, the BJP candidate, Tariq Hussain Keen from Inderwal constituency in Jammu's Kishtwar district has been caught on a wrong foot. The purported audio clip involving Keen and an unidentified woman talking sex over phone has created ripples in this frontier district. However, the BJP candidate has denied that it's his voice and has termed it as a conspiracy hatched by his opponents to tarnish his image. In the purported audio clip of 15 mins 54 seconds the alleged BJP candidate is heard seeking sexual favor from a woman in Gojri la...
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Ex-VC ordered recovery, incharge questions decision
JU Charge allowance case
11/23/2014 11:54:30 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 23: Within 23 days of ex-Vice Chancellor of Jammu University (JU) Prof. Mohan Pal Singh Isher demitting office, the incumbent Incharge has begun flexing muscles and questioning the administrative decisions taken by him. Sources in the Vice-Chancellor's secretariat told Early Times that acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. R.D.Sharma has constituted a committee headed by ex-Registrar Prof. Naresh Padha to review decision taken by ex-VC to recover charge allowance paid to five Incharge Deputy Registrars. They added that the Padha headed committee has been assigned the task of finding out whether recovery process should be initiated or not. Sources further said tha...
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PCI packed up, no mechanism evolved for sanctioning of Annual Plan 2014-15
State facing chronic financial crunch
11/23/2014 11:54:14 PM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 23: In absence of any new criteria evolved by Union government for sanctioning of Annual Plan 2014-15 to Jammu and Kashmir, after winding up of Planning Commission of India, the financially fragile state economy is under severe distress as only four months have been left for closure of financial year and half of annual plan is still pending. Sources in Planning and Development Department (P&DD) informed Early Times that the Union government has almost packed up the PCI nearly three months back, but there was no new criteria evolved by Finance Ministry to sanction and approve Annual Plan to state government. He further said that out of total...
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After mandate selling controversy, advertisement scam rocks BJP
11/23/2014 11:54:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 23: Already facing charges of selling party mandates, another scam rocked state unit of BJP because a section of party workers have accused some new entrants of minting money in the name of publicity and media management. Instead of hand over work of media management, IT campaign and publicity to old hands, some leaders of state unit of the party have given these important responsibilities to some outsiders who have recently joined BJP. These new entrants have gradually hijacked the media management and they are allegedly making money in the name of media management and publicity. Credible sources in the BJP said that recently a team from central office h...
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NC on the importance of 2014 Assembly polls
Echoing separatists
11/23/2014 11:53:53 PM
Neha Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 23: Fearing defeat, the Jammu & Kashmir Chief Minister and NC working president Omar Abdullah has virtually jumped on to the separatists' bandwagon and said the Kashmir issue must be resolved as per the wishes and aspirations of the people of the state. Omar Abdullah made this outrageous statement at election rallies at Sumbal and Kangan near Srinagar and added that the people of Jammu & Kashmir are the "primary stakeholders of their political destiny and any possible solution would have to respect their dignity and sentiments". His rabble-rousing is not going to help him, as he has already sealed the fate of his party by his irresponsible political ...
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Sakina's relative continues to be PP
Caught red handed by VO in Feb
11/23/2014 11:53:17 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 23: The Political influence exercised by National Conference leaders has once again come to fore as the Government has failed to sack a tainted Public Prosecutor (PP) who was caught red handed by the sleuths of State Vigilance Organisation (SVO) early this year while accepting a bribe of Rs 10,000 from a man whose father was murdered and under section 302 RPC was pending before the court of District and Sessions Judge Budgam. As per details available t...
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BJP candidate beats up woman
11/23/2014 11:52:35 PM
Early Times Report MENDHAR, Nov 23: A woman was allegedly beaten up by BJP candidate from Mendhar assembly segment, Zulfikar Khan Pathan after she told him that she would vote for him only if he settled the land dispute with him. In her written complaint to Mendhar police, Hashmat Bi, wife of Mohammad Ikhlaq of Basoni, Balakote, alleged that Pathan, accompanied by his PSOs and Balakote police post incharge, came to her tent last Saturday night and asked her if she would vote for him or not....
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370 refraining BJP from releasing its manifesto
11/23/2014 11:45:36 PM
Masood Malik Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 23 : Party leadership's deliberated stand down on its stated position on article 370 has refrained state BJP from releasing its manifesto document which insiders reveal has been finalized and printed by the state unit. Sources in the party revealed that party high command barred the state leadership from releasing the manifesto because it, among other important issues, also talks about Article 370" and the High command believes that the release of the prepared manifesto could annoy the people of Kashmir. They said, "the party first decided to release manifesto on November 15 and then on November 20 but the intervention of the party high com...
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UEED proposal to divert sewerage nallahs from Tawiriver turned down
Is NDA Govt. disenchanted with Jammu ?
11/23/2014 11:45:27 PM
G S Asgortra Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 23: The BhartiyaJanta Party (BJP) led NDA government at the centre, which had claimed to end discrimination with Jammu region, has been strangely indifferent with Jammu province of late, as it has rejected the proposal sent by Urban Environment Engineering Department (UEED) to divert nallahs falling into river Tawi. The diversion of Nallas is very crucial for ambitious Artificial Tawi Lake project, which can only be completed and dedicated to people of Jammu. Sources informed Early Times that after six months of forming the government at New Delhi, it had not approved the proposal to the tune of Rs 34.85 Crores sent by Urban Environment Engi...
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Omar Govt. on all its way out leaving JKVIB aspirants waiting for interview call
11/23/2014 11:45:04 PM
Bivek Mathur Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 23 : Hundreds of aspirants for some 60 posts in J&K Khadi Village Industries Board (J&KVIB) still await interview calls even as the Omar led coalition government is on its way out and the model code of conduct has been imposed in the state in view of ensuing assembly elections, grounding their aspirations. A document in possession of Early Times reads that Jammu and Kashmir Khadi Village Industries Board Old Secretariat Srinagar/Exhibition Ground Jammu invited applications from the eligible candidates for 60 different posts in the board through the advertisement notice number KVIB/02 of 2013 dated 26-04-2013 but even after a lapse of eight m...
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PDP hits back at Congress for hatching 'criminal conspiracy', threatens agitation
Congress condemn 'distortedly act', terms it 'frustration of disgruntled elements'
11/23/2014 11:44:52 PM
Sanjay Pathak Early Times Report Kathua, Nov 23 : A day after son of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate from KathuaSubash Sharma arrested for allegedly firing at the residence of Congress candidate Babu Singh, the PDP today levelled counter allegations against Babu Singh accusing him of hatching a "criminal conspiracy" to sabotage its candidate politically in current Assembly elections. Talking to the media persons here, Subash Sharma, flanked by his father and former Deputy Chief Minister Mangat Ram Sharma, said it was Babu Singh and his supporters who allegedly entered their residence and abused the women present inside the house. "Babu Singh and his supporters forcibly e...
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LOCAL NEWS
J&K can ill-afford a hung Assembly
KP votes likely to get divided in Habba Kadal constituency
Returning Officer suspends 9 employees in Doda
Does Rana really believe in democracy?
No takers of JeI claim of "poll boycott"
Azad accuses BJP of conniving with separatists to grab power
Army busts militants hideout in Baison forests
Relatives of allegedly kidnapped girl stage protest against Police
Assembly segments showing winning trends in favour of Congress: Bhalla
Vikram Malhotra addresses series of meetings
NCP releases manifesto, list of contesting candidates
Dr Krishan Lal appeals EC to remain vigilant
NC, Congress equally responsible for peoples' miseries: Mufti
Picnic ends in horror for Rajouri girls
Transgenders disenchanted with Jammu, Kashmir polls; claim they're ignored
Bhasin launches door -to- door canvassing
DS Group joins Love Care Foundation for rehabilitation work in Panjar Village
Members of same House declare unequal salaries
Campaigning in J&K concludes for 1st phase
No AAP candidate in fray
Modi's remarks on dynastic politics 'election rhetoric', says PDP
Cast your vote for development: BR Kundal
InduPawar visits Abdullian
Ashok Gupta cautions public to beware of rumour mongers
One injured as motorcycle skids off road
Pawan Gupta holds election campaign
Master Lal Chand intensifies election campaign
Inter-house singing competition held at Nav Vidya School
Saraf Singh Naag vows to mitigate peoples' problems
RAC condemns return of recommended refugees' package by Centre
Master Lal Chand kicks off election campaign
Jugal urges youth to vote for development
Vote PDP for firm, vibrant Jammu: Bhagat
Pvt Schools Association pays homage to Girdhari Singh Jasrotia
Support PDP to end misrule, corruption in J&K: Waffa
Basohli SDM ensures strict enforcement of EC norms
NSF stages protest demonstration, demands immediate repairs of Nehru Boys Hostel
Babu Singh addresses youth meeting
Neeraj opens election office, thanks JKNPP
IETE & CART Bharat conduct Digital Forensics Workshop
Wani Cosmetics in service of people from last 12 years
Azad accuses BJP of conniving with separatists to grab power
90 pc of crowd at PM's rally constituted of outsiders: Cong
J&K can ill-afford a hung Assembly
GMFP Company launches milk products in Jammu
Dr Vishal Tandon represents State in ISRPT
Health camp organized at Narania Ratnuchak
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