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Govt diverts Rs 3823 cr to pay salary bill
Development takes backseat again
7/2/2015 12:29:10 AM
Peerzada Ummer Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: The J&K government has diverted Rs 3823 crore, which had been sanctioned by the Centre for state's infrastructure, to pay salary of its employees. According to the details available with Early Times, the Centre has curtailed its grant to the state to Rs 511 crore, apparently after the latter showed non-serious approach in completion of the pending projects. The grant-in-aid from the Union government during 2012-13 was Rs 14354 crore which got slashed to Rs 13843 crore this year. In 2009, Union grants to J&K amounted to 66 percent out of the total expenditure of various developmental projects. In 2010-11, it remained stagnant at 66 percent. But during the financial year 2011-12, the grant was recorded as 59 percent. It further went by four more percent and was recorded as 55 percent during the financial year 2012-13. A decline of four more percent was seen during 2013-14 and the percentage of grants was 51. The main reason for...
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No subsidy to bhandarawalas
PM Modi disappoints Amarnath Yatris
7/2/2015 12:28:58 AM
Early Times Report jammu, July 1: Shri Amarnath Barfani Langar Organization (SABLO), which plays an important role during the annual holy Shri Amarnath Yatra, is feeling disgusted. So much so, it has lamented the indifferent attitude of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi towards the devotees of Shri Amarnath. The SABLO was hoping that the Prime Minister would ensure the organizations, which set up langars at different places en-route the Holy Cave Shrine for providing food free food to the Yatris, would get the food items at subsidized rates but central government has not made any such move and has followed the footsteps of its predecessor Congress led UPA government. Actually, the SA...
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BJP's Kashmir unit unhappy as party plays second fiddle
Leaders feel ignored, mull changing loyalties
7/2/2015 12:28:47 AM
ET Report srinagar, July 1: Many BJP leaders in Kashmir are reportedly upset with the party high command and believe that they have been let down as none of the BJP leaders from Kashmir have been given any significant positions after the party joined hands with Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and formed the government in Jammu and Kashmir. Sources told Early Times a prominent BJP woman leader, who contested the last year's assembly elections unsuccessfully, had lobbied hard to get appointed as the Chairperson of the State Women's Development Corporation (SWDC) but her efforts didn't bear any fruit as PDP appointed its media advisor and broadcaster turned politician Nayeema Mehjoor as ...
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Committed PDP exposes BJP's double-speak
J&K's special status
7/2/2015 12:28:36 AM
Early Times Report jammu, July 1: As was expected, PDP ideologue, Education Minister and spokesperson of the coalition government and state cabinet Naeem Akhtar took no time to expose the "confused, ambivalent, misleading and unscrupulous" BJP and its double-speak and declared that nobody would be allowed to dilute the state's special status being enjoyed by it under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. "Agenda of Alliance has been finalized at the highest level and the same has been approved by the Prime Minister. If any comment about scrapping the special status of Jammu and Kashmir is made by someone, we take it as the personal opinion of that person. It cannot affect the understandi...
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BJP ministers tried to save corrupt
7/2/2015 12:28:23 AM
Early Times Report jammu, July 1: Despite clearance of the list of corrupt officials by Chief Minister and Chief Secretary, a few among those whose services have been terminated, tried their best to get their names deleted from the list. According to the official sources, some top BJP leaders and ministers remained active today in the Civil Secretariat at Srinagar making last ditch effort for saving their tainted men in Government services. A top BJP leader, holding important constitutional position in the present Government, secretly called a senior officer of General Administration Department and sought help to get Kamal Mahendru's name deleted from the list of dead wood, sources said...
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Five KAS officers, two CEs, three doctors, one MD among 63 officials terminated from government services
7/2/2015 12:28:17 AM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, July 1: The state government today formally ordered for the termination of 63 employees including some officers. The terminated officials include two chief engineers, one managing director, three doctors, five Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) officers. Addressing a press conference here this afternoon, Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar who is also the government spokesman said that the decision to terminate the services of these officers following recommendations by a five member high level committee headed by Chief Secretary, Mohammad Iqbal Khanday. "The terminated employees include five KAS/GAD officers, four employees of School E...
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Forced retirement of 63 officials: Much ado about nothing!
List brings SVO role under scanner
7/2/2015 12:28:08 AM
Abodh Sharma Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: The dishonorable exit of 63 government officials by the BJP-PDP coalition government, more than hundred days after it assumed offices riding crest of expectations has proved to be much ado about nothing as the list that has been notified by the government after long wait does not include many a notorious officers who have been named in infamous scams and organized land grabbing besides keeping disproportionate assets. Sources in the government divulge that many an officers who should have been in the list have escaped action, thanks to their sympathizers and patrons in high chairs of the state administration. "There have been vilification ...
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After 63, another list of 100 numbers deadwood/corrupt officers in offing..
Mufti's commitment to general public
7/2/2015 12:27:55 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Even though Mufti Mohammad Sayeed led PDP-BJP coalition government has sacked 63 officers/officials on the charges of corruption today, it is learnt another similar list is in offing within couple of weeks. Even a rank of IGP is under scanner as his involvement has been detected with already declared corrupt official of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), having Benami partnership in number of immovable assets in and around city, here. Highly placed sources in government revealed that the first list is just a tip of an ice berg as government is working over list of more corrupt officers who have misused their positions to amass huge wealth. Highly placed ...
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2 BJP leaders under scanner for their murky activities
7/2/2015 12:27:43 AM
Early Times Report jammu, July 1: Two newly elevated functionaries in Bhartiya Janta Party and its sister organization are under scanner of the party high command for their murky activities and corrupt image in the political circles. These two young leaders in the party are accused of making money by misusing their political connections and acting as touts of some contractors and officers for their obavious vested interests. According to the sources, the duo recently managed their elevation to very significant positions in the organization on the recommendation of a top functionary coordinating between BJP and RSS in the State. Their very appointment had also raised some eyebrows in the...
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VC ignores directions of Chancellor
JU MESS
7/2/2015 12:27:29 AM
Appoints 5 blue eyed officials through backdoor Avinash Azad Early Times Report jammu, July 1: The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Jammu Prof R D Sharma has ostensibly ignored the directions of the JU Chancellor Governor N N Vohra and has posted five blue eyed officials without following the required procedure. Early Times has learnt the Governor Vohra had directed the VC to conduct interview for administrative positions through selection committee. However, Prof Sharma, sources said, ignored the directions and elevated Prof Keshav Sharma as Registrar, Jai Kumar Director CDC, Sanjeev Mahajan Controller Examination and Neeraj Sharma as Officer on Special Duty at Vice Chancellor's ...
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PM's employment package: Govt is 'insincere' about KPs' return to Valley
7/2/2015 12:27:00 AM
ET Report jammu, July 1: Ever since their posting in Valley, the migrant Kashmiri Pandit (KP) employees appointed under the Prime Minister's employment package are subjected to harassment and humiliation by some officers as well as anti-social elements, putting a question mark on return of the KPs to the Valley. The government had promised sky to these youth while formulating the employment policy for their return to Valley. The major flaw in this recruitment drive, which surfaced later, was the draconian conditions attached to it. As per these conditions, every displaced youth showing willingness to work in the Valley had to fulfill these conditions. According to sources, one condition ...
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Tourism promotion? Many years on, 8 major projects still incomplete
7/2/2015 12:26:53 AM
Arun Singh ET Report jammu, July 1: Work on some eight ambitious projects of Tourism department in the state is still incomplete because of official apathy. Sources told Early Times that the projects pertaining to tourism and culture are mainly fraught with the problems of poor quality of work in some projects, pendency of NOC from Forest/Wildlife departments, slow progress of work, time overrun and cost overrun, land acquisition issues, and non-accordance of administrative approvals to the schemes/projects. "The lethargic attitude of the Tourism department can be gauged from the fact that it did not submit action taken reports of four projects out of the eight projects sought by the go...
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Salaries denied for 5 months, families of RAMSA teachers on verge of starvation
Financial crunch apart, their cases ruined during NC-Cong regime
7/2/2015 12:26:46 AM
'Govt will wake up when we commit suicide like farmers’ Early Times Report jammu, July 1: Families of thousands of teachers working under RAMSA scheme of Union government are on verge of starvation as bread earners have not been paid salaries for over five months, thanks to lopsided policies of education ministry during the NC-Congress regime compounded by financial crunch in the present dispensation which have pushed them to the brink of committing suicide. Sources said the case and cause of majority of these highly qualified teachers has been ruined and messed up badly by the authorities in Education department during erstwhile coalition. Pursuing a flawed policy and concept for a de...
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Achieves only 50% target under IAY
JK registers another failure
7/2/2015 12:26:27 AM
Early Times Report srinagar, July 1: It seems the state of Jammu Kashmir is not interested in availing the benefits of centrally sponsored schemes. Registering yet another failure, the state has achieved only 505 target under the IAY during 2013-14. Official sources said hundreds of cases were pending clearance and a few cases have been accorded sanction to construct houses. Official data revealed that only 15.79 percent cases were sanctioned during the last year. IAY is meant for providing houses to BPL families in rural areas. The scheme aims at replacing all Kacha houses by 2017. According to official data the state had an annual target of 13484 houses under the scheme in the l...
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Cong's olive branch to Mufti: Divorce BJP, we'll support you
'You will continue to remain CM'
7/2/2015 12:26:17 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: The state Congress has extended its support to Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed in case he breaks the tie up with the BJP. "Even at present, we are ready to accord our external support to Mufti and he will continue to remain (CM). What everyone wants and yearns in J&K is that this coalition of BJP and PDP must end as it has failed the people and undermined the aspirations of the voters," state Congress chief G.A. Mir told a news agency here. Mir said that everyone in the state understands that "not even a single promise made to the people ahead of polls has been fulfilled by the present regime and that whatever assurances were given to the masse...
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SA discover 2 new militant circuits
'Militancy on rise in Kashmir'
7/2/2015 12:10:10 AM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: Even as a picture of newly recruited militants in Kashmir has gone viral on social networking websites, the security agencies claimed to have discovered two new militant circuits of being active in the valley. Officials said, militants are focusing on two axes-Tral-Batapora-Panjgaon-Yaripora-in South Kashmir, and Palhalan to Sopore in North Kashmir. The worrisome aspect, as per the officials, is that in both the axes the leadership is completely in the hands of Kashmiri boys, who have joined the ranks of militancy recently. Security analysts said that local recruitment, which had come down, has picked up suddenly since January 2015 with reports sugges...
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We offer commission to get PWD works, says Rajouri contractor
7/2/2015 12:10:00 AM
A B Sharma Early Times Report Rajouri, July 1: The high-handedness of the contractors and their suppliers which have been common place phenomenon in the erstwhile government has not changed in the new dispensation, but is being pursued vigorously and unabated at in all departments as well as in all districts of the state. Another such instance of the nexus between the two came to fore from District Rajouri, village Nala Makol where a two kilometers length road is being black-topped, the work being only executed just to see-off the ritual so that the government money meant for the purpose could be eaten out. Devender Kumar, the contractor on the job, when asked by a local of the villag...
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Amarnath yatra begins; first batch of 1,280 leaves for cave shrine
First batch of pilgrims reach Kashmir
7/1/2015 11:47:58 PM
Early Times Report Jammu/Srinagar, July 1: Amid tight security arrangements, the annual Amarnath yatra today commenced from Jammu as the first batch of 1,280 pilgrims left for the cave shrine in South Kashmir Himalayas. "Amarnath yatra began from Jammu today. A batch of 1,280 pilgrims have left from Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu this morning for their onward journey to the 3,888 meters high cave shrine of Amarnath in Kashmir Valley," said Dr Piyush, Yatra officer and Additional Deputy ...
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`Health minister must concentrate more on patient care'
`White collar' lands Lal Singh into trouble
7/1/2015 11:47:37 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: Health Minister Lal Singh is again in news for wrong reasons. This time his picture of having touched the collar of a woman doctor has gone viral on social networks, drawing flak from various quarters with people terming him as "ruthless dictator". According to reports, on June 29 Singh went to a government hospital in Lakhanpur to check the arrangements for Amarnath pilgrimage, which started Wednesday. Singh, as per the eyewitnesses, noticed that the c...
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Infants deaths continue at G B Pant hospital
Lal Singh yet to pay his visit
7/1/2015 11:46:44 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 1: In-spite of increasing graph of neonatal deaths at valley's only pediatric hospital ie G P Pant hospital, Health Minister Chowdhry Lal Singh is yet to pay a visit to the hospital. Around three years back G B Pant hospital had been in the news for several months as many infants deaths were reported to have taken place in this hospital due to official negligence. Media during that time had exposed Government's non serious attitude towards the neonatal and child healthcare in state. It was not only the media but even the judiciary had intervened and J&K High Court had during that time send show cause notices to Government after a Public Interest Liti...
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National Doctors' Day goes unnoticed in J&K
7/1/2015 11:46:24 PM
Nitesh Sangral Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Barring a couple of small functions, the National Doctors' Day largely went unnoticed in J&K. Here in Jammu, only two departments of the GMC hospital celebrated the day while in Kashmir Valley, the Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) observed the day as a 'black day'. Official sources told Early Times that in Jammu, the Health department had not made any arrangement for the day. "There was no publicity and awareness campaign among the medical fraternity," a senior doctor of the GMC and hospital said, wishing anonymity. He said the higher ups should have done homework to observe the day in a befitting manner. However, the departme...
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6 km Seri-Chattra road not completed in 10 yrs
PMGSY work going on at snail's pace in Doda
7/1/2015 11:46:16 PM
Bijay Charak Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: The executive agency for Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), which aims to provide road connectivity to people living in far flung areas, has not been able to complete a stretch of road measuring six kilometers from Seri to Chattra in teshil Bhaderwah of Doda district in 10 years. Sanjay Kumar, a resident of Chattra, said the road project from Seri to Chattra was sanctioned by the Centre in 2005-06 at an estimated cost of Rs 3 crore and 31 lakh, but even after 10 years, the agency could not complete the earth work. In fact, for nearly three years, the work has been stopped for unknown reasons. "Many times we have urged higher off...
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5 yrs on, construction of GPC Kathua remains incomplete
7/1/2015 11:45:17 PM
G S Asgotra Early Times Report Jammu, July 1: Contrary to claims of the coalition government to complete the ongoing projects would be timely completed, the construction of Government Polytechnic College (GPC) which begun five years ago is still incomplete. Moreover, the previous government was sanctioned Rs 14 Crore for the construction of GPC Kathua in financial year 2011-2012 and set a deadline was set in 2013-2014 but due to callous approach of the government out of Rs 14 Crores, Rs 6 Crores was yet to be released. Source informed Early Times that due to lack of infrastructure, the department restricted the students to get education in limited infrastructure, is making mockery...
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Punjab Excise, Taxation department nails Jammu based car dealer
Tax Evasion worth Rs 4 Cr unearthed
7/1/2015 11:45:07 PM
Early Times Report Patiala, July 1: Department of Excise and Taxation Punjab has unearthed a major tax evasion scam by nailing a Jammu based car dealer. Sources told Early Times that a Zirakpur-based car dealer allegedly exported stock of high-end luxury Tata cars and SUVs worth Rs 32 crore fictitiously to shops dealing in trade of biscuits and hair oil in Jammu & Kashmir, and evaded value added tax (VAT) amounting to Rs 4 crore. Investigation carried out by Excise and Taxation department Punjab revealed that M/S Macro Ventures Private Limited, Zirakpur, a dealer of Tata cars, had shown transfers of two separate car stocks worth more than Rs 20 crore and Rs 12 crore to Jammu-based V...
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Officers will be judged on integrity, performance: CM
7/1/2015 11:45:05 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 1: Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said the officers of Jammu and Kashmir government will be solely judged on their integrity and performance in improving the public delivery mechanism in the state. The biggest drawback in the system has been the inability of the officers to utilise the available resources fully, a trend that needs to be reversed immediately, Sayeed said hours after 63 employees were shown the door by his government. "Being honest...
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Government re-visits Recruitment Policy, drops clause of contractual services
SSB asked to fill 7,000 posts in 4 months
7/1/2015 11:43:10 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 1: After facing criticism from different quarters and also due to the raising of objections by Governor Narendra Nath Vohra the state government has re-visited the recruitment policy announced by it earlier. Addressing a press conference, Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar who is also the government spokesman said that according to the new recruitment policy the appointed persons would be treated as regular employees from the date of joining. He said the newly appointed persons would not be entitled to allowances and perks during the first five years of their service. "The humanitarian aspect of the recruitment policy was re-visited by...
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Strike of Girdawars and Patwaries entered second day
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HC admits petition questioning govt's withdrawal of circular on state flag
Three held with Sapphire in Jammu
Bhasin holds party workers' meeting
JMJAC holds protest, highlights demands
Rains trigger landslide at Ward -3 of Ramnagar
Sunderbani residents resent power, water shortage
Married woman among two washed away in Chenani
Rajnath Singh reviews Amarnath yatra preparedness
Cop booked for misappropriation of Sapphire, gets bail from court
Govt to move legislation for age relaxation of SAC appointments
All free to encroach irrigation land for business'
Absconder held after evading his arrest for last three yrs
Pilgrims accorded rousing reception at Udhampur
Khawas locals stage protest over LPG shortage
Dealers allege CAPD for not issuing allocated ration
Arun Kumar demands IIM for Sunderbani
BAYN organizes langer
Rs 14,200 imposed on defaulters
Fresh election of Ex-Servicemen Association demanded
Buddha Amarnath Yatra to begin from August 17
Kohli visits Amarnath Yatra base camps at Manigam, Shadipora
Shri Amarnathji Yatra Arrangements rolled out
TNWS meets CE R&B, loges protest against unauthorized digging
J&K Bank farewells senior presidents
Annual Trishul Bhaint Yatra flagged off from Doda
KVK SKUAST organizes Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in Kursari
Workshop on communication skills concludes
Number of yatris to holy Amarnath declines after Uttarakhand floods
Students protest against"discriminatory" B.Ed courses in Jammu
Sangral Biradari congregation today
JKTFJ reconstitutes district body
Dr Jitendra announces appointment of new NEC members
Baltal turns into mini India as pilgrims arrive for Amarnath yatra
AKMMC calls on Commissioner Secretary Relief, Rehabilitation
Secretary reviews functioning of AH deptt
One state cannot be governed by two laws on same subject: Harsh
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