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Enjoying unrest! Mirwaiz gets VIP hut at Cheshma Shahi
Making mockery of detention
8/29/2016 12:15:49 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 28: In yet another instance of anti-India and anti-national elements being treated as VIPs the government has "detained" the Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a special tourist hut at Cheshma Shahi in the picturesque foothills of Zabarwan hills in Srinagar. Sources said the "sub jail" is a hut, actually made to meet the requirements of the "VIP guests or "high end tourists" and under normal conditions when tourism is at its peak, it is difficult to get accommodation and such facilities. Its in place to mention here that during the past 50-days the Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has been issuing protest calendars on regular basis. "It's ridiculous that instead of booking him under the Public Safety Act (PSA) government is treating him like a state guest," said an analyst. He said, "It's an established fact that Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Yasin Malik have set Kashmir on fire to appease their bosses sitting across the Line of ...
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'Opportunity for anti-nationals to blackmail India'
Track-II talks with separatists draw flak
8/29/2016 12:15:23 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 28: Nationalists forces are up in arms against the decision of the Central government to start track-II dialogue with the separatists and to adopt a soft approach towards resolving the present crisis in Kashmir. "BJP changing its stand vis-à-vis Kashmir and deciding to engage separatists through back channels is not a good sign as it would embolden the anti-national elements and would provide them with a chance to blackmail the state and the central government," said an analyst. He said, "BJP has to stick to its stand that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and no one can snatch it from India. One can understand that restoring normalcy is the ...
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Omar needs to be commended for his honest confession
Rise of stone-throwers in Kashmir
8/29/2016 12:15:16 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 28: Former J&K CM and working president of the now marginal NC, Omar Abdullah,on Sunday did a great service to the country and set the record straight on the rise of stone throwers in the Kashmir Valley. Earlier on August 25, J&K President and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had justified the killings of the disturbers of peace in the Valley, saying those killed during the past 45 days had not gone to buy milk or toffees. She had said in unambiguous terms that those who were killed were the ones who attacked police stations and security forces and had urged the people of Kashmir to prevent their wards from coming on to the roads to take part in violent activ...
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Cong leaders unhappy with party chief
Ignoring Jammu
8/29/2016 12:15:05 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 28: Many Jammu-based Congress leaders are, according to insiders, "extremely angry with JKPCC chief Ghulam Ahmad Mir", who hails from Kashmir and is known more for controversies surrounding him than other things. They are angry with him because he has, according to very authentic sources within the party, "converted Congress into the NC's B-team" and "he had been expressing views which were Kashmir-centric and separatist-friendly". "Mir is damaging the party interests in Jammu, its main constituency, and Ladakh by dancing to the tunes of NC working president Omar Abdullah and putting all eggs in his basket. He allowed him to lead the opposition delegation t...
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CRPF affidavit ruptures Pellet gun replacement process
'800 PAVA shells fired since July 8 to Aug 11'
Majid Nabi8/29/2016 12:14:49 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Aug 28: Union Home Ministry's plans to replace pellet guns with hot chili PAVA shells ruptured the moment some media reports suggested that the same had been used during ongoing uprising in Kashmir valley. India's one of the leading news daily has reported that PAVA (Pelargonic Acid Vanillylamide) shells considered as an alternate to pellet guns have already been used by paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Kashmir. The report further revealed that it was mentioned in the affidavit filed by the CRPF in Jammu and Kashmir High Court the highest judiciary of the state on August 17 that PAVA as an alternate to pellet gun was used by its persona...
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Muzaffar Wani's meeting with Sri Sri creates flutters in Kashmir
From Tral to Bengaluru
8/29/2016 12:14:38 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Aug 28: The meeting of Muzaffar Wani, father of slain Hizbul Mujahideen Commander, Burhan Muzaffar Wani with spiritual personality Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has created flutters in the political circles in Kashmir with some people attaching many connotations to this meeting. Muzaffar had met the spiritual personality at his ashram at Bengaluru and he stayed at the ashram for two days. He claims that he advised Sri Sri to impress upon Government o...
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Ready to donate one eye for Insha: Mehbooba
Visits AIIMS, assures all possible help to her family
8/29/2016 12:14:03 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 28: Striking an emotional chord, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, on Sunday said that she is ready to donate her one eye to Insha, 14, teenage girl undergoing treatment at AIIMS in New Delhi. Insha had sustained pellet injuries in her eyes when the unrest broke out in Kashmir last month. Addressing a function Mehbooba said, "It's unfortunate that a girl who was studying at her home is at the verge of losing her eyesight. I will do whatever I can to get her vision back. I am even ready to donate my one eye to Insha. I told the doctors to check whether we can shift her to America." Earlier, Mehbooba expressed anguish after meeting Insha blinded by pellets at...
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'Govt prefers territory over POK refugees'
8/29/2016 12:13:41 AM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 28: Amid little jubilation over possibilities of visiting their ancestors' birth places, given the statements of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) leaders about reclaiming Pakistan Occupied Kashmir territory, the refugees are displeased for what they termed as sidelining the refugee population, over territory. Pertinently, on August 13, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) belongs to India, MoS PMO Jitendra Singh had launched a Tiranga Yatra in Samba district and had termed it as India's new freedom fight to release PoK. He had added that yatra would culminate when the Indian tricolour would be hois...
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Do Kashmiri Muslims want to merge with this Pakistan?
Poor born to serve rich
8/29/2016 12:13:33 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 28: Kashmir is the most prosperous region in the world. It is also politically very powerful in the country, as it has its own constitution and flag and the residuary powers, including power of taxation. It is politically very powerful in the sense that the office of the Chief Minister has become its sole preserve since accession, as also in the sense that it controls the civil secretariat and almost all political, administrative, financial and social institutions. Besides, Kashmir has been exploiting Jammu and Ladakh to the hilt with the Union Government and the entire Indian political class with Kashmir and at its back and call. Still the Kashmiri leaders...
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BDO attached for with holding payments
Dead, blind hired as casual labourers
8/29/2016 12:13:26 AM
AB Sharma Early Times Report Rajouri, Aug 28: Breaking all previous records of "favouritism" in the state, the ruling coalition has attached a middle-rung official here only because he declined to release payments in favor of a dead man, a blind man and a former bureaucrat, whom some politicians from a ruling party wanted to be treated as "construction workers." Narrating his woeful tale, Jagan Nath Sharma, the former Block Development Officer, Lamberi area of Nowshera Tehsil said he was working in the area from April 20 to June 17 only to be subsequently attached with the office of the directorate in Jammu. Showing official documents he said a BJP MLA wielding influence in the ar...
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DSP, SHO make good 'chacha-bhatija' Jodi
8/29/2016 12:13:16 AM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Aug 28: A DSP and a SHO, known as chacha-bhatija in the district police circles here, make a good 'Jodi' when it comes to minting money through unfair means. They allegedly indulge in almost every type of unlawful activity, but no information has ever got leaked. Such is the level of understanding between them. Both are posted in Jammu district. "Before their posting here, a number of cattle smuggling cases used to be registered almost on regular basis, but no such case has been reported from there since the time of their posting in the area," police sources alleged. The area is infamous for cattle smuggling as some notorious cattle smugglers live there. The ...
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PSA slapped against Lawyer for anti national activities
8/29/2016 12:11:35 AM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, Aug 28: In its continuous drive against the miscreants involved in alleged anti National, anti India propaganda in Doda District, Deputy Commissioner Doda Bhupinder Singh issued warrant against local advocate under Public Safety Act (PSA) followed by his arrest late Saturday night and shifted him to Jammu jail soon after his arrest. As per the details available with "Early Times", Doda police arrested 28 year old Advocate Babar Hassan Nehru who was also a member of Anjuman-e-Islamia Doda, an amalgam of Muslim organization announcing shutdown calls in retaliation to the civilians killings in ongoing Kashmir unrest. Accused of instigating people to raise anti ...
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SIC orders SFC MD
Provide inventory of furniture lost in 2014 floods
8/29/2016 12:11:19 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, Aug 28: The state information commission (SIC) has directed the managing director (MD) of state forest corporation (SFC) to provide an inventory of furniture which it lost in the 2014 floods in Srinagar. The information was sought by an RTI activist, but it was denied and finally the case landed in SIC. A Sunjwan resident filed an application under RTI Act on September 15, 2015 with PIO in the office of SFC MD, seeking information about the files damaged in SFC head office in the September 2014 floods and damage caused to furniture and fixture along with their cost. He had also sought information about the COLA and 6th pay commission arrears. The applicatio...
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Mehbooba Mufti launches UJALA scheme
J&K Tankers Asso calls for strike, suspends fuel supply to Kashmir, Ladakh
Modi Govt readies Rs 2,000 cr package for refugees from PoK
Diagnostic machines go 'defunct' in Kathua DH
Building gutted in fire incident at Sarthal
Unidentified found dead from canal
School owner encroachs state land, Police fails to take action
Curfew in some parts of Srinagar, two towns in south Kashmir
Rajnath Singh may lead All-Party team To Kashmir on Sept 3
'If Kashmir issue is not resolved under Modi, it will never be'
Zanana Park girl burn case: HC calls for status report
Winter like weather in Kashmir as mercury witness drop due to rain
Pedestrian killed
Mehbooba Mufti's two day Jammu tour appreciated
Gunshots heard as forces launch search operation
Dr Asif awarded with HEROES Award
Bee Enn enacts rare feat to save premature twins
Youth club hails Army's initiative
Peace in Jammu & Kashmir must to make it model state: Vibodh
City's bus stops brazenly encroached, no one concerned
6000 appear in NET at 16 centres in Srinagar
Unholy alliance emboldened anti-nationals : JKNPP
Warm send off accorded to Tehsildar Bhaderwah
JKNPP takes cognizance of PWD failure
Azad loyalists, dissidents skip meetings by Mir
JD Institute show rocks Jammu
Manjit Singh flays BJP on Kashmir issue
Bhalla lambasts Govt for not providing basic facilities
Regional party only solution to woes of Jammu region: Harsh
VC promoting tainted, incompetent officials: JYF
KPC rejects Mehbooba's action plan submitted to PM
Virat sant sammelan held at Geeta Bhawan
NMC appeals Govt to regularize daily rated workers
Ratnu Chack Enclave residents allege army for harassing
Dogri Sanstha releases book 'Je Tus Bura Nei Mangay Te'
Newly formed Medical College and Associated Hospitals Clerical Employees Association hailed
Rajnath, Shah, Jaitley discuss Kashmir situation
Zulfkar reviews on-going development projects in Darhal
AJKLTY demands release of salary of SSA, RAMSA, NPS teachers
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