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PM's Srinagar Diwali visit is welcome but why not include Jammu in it?
10/23/2014 12:23:16 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to spend the Diwali with flood affected people in J&K is a rare and welcome gesture. On the principle of the decision there should be no questions. This will be Modi's fourth visit to Jammu and Kashmir since he became the Prime Minister five months ago. The fact that the Prime Minister has visited J&K more times than any other place during these five months proves his desire to help the people of the State and to ensure that the rest of the country identifies with the people of the State. It has been welcomed by everybody except for the Kashmiri separatist who have opposed the visit proving that they are hardly bothered about any real relief and rehabilitation of the people whose lives have been devastated by the recent floods. Modi is expected to announce a massive relief package for the flood victims of Jammu and Kashmir during his one-day visit to the Valley. It can always be said the Prime Minister should...
PM's Kashmir visit on Diwali: Courtiers "misled" him for not visiting Jammu
10/23/2014 12:23:07 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 22: Jammu is again feeling ignored. While no one here is against his visit to Srinagar tomorrow to celebrate Diwali with the flood victims, majority people here feel that he should have included Jammu also in his scheduled visit. "He has been misled by his courtiers and everyone here is unhappy with his decision not to visit the victims of floods and rains in Jammu," feel Jammuites. While BJP leaders in the state are trying to take the political mileage of the Modi's visit to Srinagar on Diwali, they have failed to realise that Jammu is feeling ignored. The general feeling here is that he should have at least spent some time with the victims of rains and flo...
ECI likely to sound poll bugle next week
10/22/2014 11:39:55 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Oct 22: Election Commission of India (ECI) is likely to announce the dates for the forthcoming assembly elections in the state in the coming week. Sources told Early Times that the ECI after assessing the situation in both Srinagar and Jammu has conveyed its decision of holding elections on time in the state to Ministry of Home Affairs. "The ECI has ruled out the possibility of postponing the elections in the flood hit state," they said. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, while addressing a function organized by the Army to conclude operation Fallah at Tosamaidan in central Kashmir's Budgam district today hinted that assembly polls would be held on ti...
Musharraf succeeds to incite Geelani
Dirty Politics!
10/22/2014 11:14:12 PM
Hurriyat hawk calls for shutdown on Modi's visit, forgets miseries of flood hit people Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 22: The Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani seems to be the first person in Kashmir who has followed the advice of the ousted Pakistan President General Parvez Musharraf to "foment trouble" in the flood ravaged Valley. To begin with Geelani has called for a shutdown in Kashmir against the decision of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to spend Diwali in the Valley. Geelani by calling for a shutdown on Diwali day has not only hurt the sentiments of the members of the minority community putting up in Kashmir but has also tried to pit the people of Kashmir against New Delhi, wh...
Director Industries transferred twice in 3 months
Punished for exposing scam against MOS
10/22/2014 11:13:47 PM
Akshay Azad Jammu, Oct 22: Notorious for shielding corrupt officers and promoting them on prime posts, the National Conference led coalition Government has punished another KAS officer by transferring him, for exposing a scandal, allegedly involving Minister of State for Industries. Moreover in violation of the transfer policy of Government, the KAS officer Dr. Abdul Rashid has been transferred twice in last three months, due to reasons best known to the Government. On Tuesday, state Government ordered transfers and postings of nine officers, including Director Industries and Commerce Jammu, Dr. Abdul Rashid (KAS), who was transferred and posted as Project Director Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan...
Hoarding that portrays Lal Singh bigger in stature than Modi, others
10/22/2014 11:13:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Oct 22: A hoarding, that portrays ex-MP Lal Singh bigger in stature than Prime Minister Narender Modi and other central leaders - A Shah, J P Nadda, Jitendra Singh and MP Jugal Kishore -- has been the talk of the town nowadays. The locals have raised objection over the hoarding, saying it amounts to the insult of the Prime Minister and other central leaders. They said due to the remarkable victory of BJP in the just concluded parliamentary elections, many turncoats and tainted politicians are seen humming around BJP high command to grab the party candidature from the Basohli constituency. Some politicians, especially from Kathua tehsil, have a great temptation ...
Higher Education department violates HC order
One week on, principal refuses to leave MAM College
10/22/2014 11:12:44 PM
G.S. Asgotra Jammu, Oct 22: Despite the fact that Jammu and Kashmir High Court had impugned the transfer order issued by Higher Education department on October 14, transferring Maulana Azad Memorial College Principal Dr. Anita Sudan to Government Degree College Samba vice Ramesh Chander, but for the last one week, the later had not been relieving the college due to some unknown reasons. Sources informed Early Times that on October 14, Higher Education department had ordered transfer of Principal MAM College Dr. Anita Sudan to GDC Samba vice Ramesh Chander, who was posted at MAM College. "Ramesh Chander had joined MAM College on October 14, but Dr. Anita Sundan had went to High Court agai...
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