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Blue-eyed Motor Vehicle Inspector holds half a dozen lucrative posts in Transport department
5/20/2019 1:24:58 AM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 14: A blue-eyed Motor Vehicle Inspector (MVI) is handling over half a dozen lucrative posts in the Transport department. According to the documents in possession of Early Times, a series of orders have been issued in the last over eight months, showering undue-favours on Motor Vehicle Inspector Chander Mohan Sharma. It appears that all the postings of MVI were made as per a seriously weaved script when Regional Transport Officer (RTO) Jammu, allegedly infringed that script by issuing an order posting Chander Mohan Sharma to some other post, same order was vetoed by the higher ups. As per the chronology of the orders, the first was issued on 20
Govt to start surprise inspection of food served to Move employees in Srinagar
5/19/2019 11:54:24 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, May 19: Given the complaints that Durbar Move employees from Jammu on duty in Srinagar were allegedly not being served good quality food at some of the government accommodations in Srinagar, the Raj Bhawan has decided to opt for surprise inspections. Sources said the decision was taken recently after the Raj Bhawan asked one of its Advisors to go look into the matter. The Governor SP Malik is understood to have personally looked into the matter and has asked the government to ensure quality facilities to government employees putting up in government accommodations. It was reliably learnt that some employees had complained that good quality food was not bein
BJP may not find it easy but pollsters predict another term for Modi
Lok Sabha polls over
5/19/2019 11:54:17 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: As the polling for the last phase of Lok Sabha elections has ended, the pollsters have started predicting which party would form the next government at the Centre. When the polls commenced everyone had given full marks to BJP led NDA government and had predicted that Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, would return to power with a thumping majority, but during the past few days situation has changed drastically. An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The reports pouring in from different parts of the country suggest that opposition is coming together to consolidate the anti-BJP front. It seems that winning this election is not going to be a cakewalk fo
Bhaderwah killing: NC, PDP lose face
5/19/2019 11:54:07 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: The May 16 killing of Naeem Shah (52) in Jammu's Bhaderwah, which led to large-scale violence, clashes and attack on the police station in the town, has created an awkward situation for National Conference and Peoples Democratic Party . Both parties had almost held the "cow vigilantes" responsible for the killing of Naeem Shah and made it a big issue. They used the issue to taunt and tarnish the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In fact, they sought to create an impression that "minorities" were unsafe under the Modi regime. However, it was none other than the Jammu & Kashmir Police that came out vehemently denying what it called "the unfounded re
Exit polls give sleepless nights to PDP
5/19/2019 11:54:00 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: With various media outlets making their exit polls public on Sunday, worst days appear ahead for PDP because the party, as per latest prediction, is not going get any Lok Sabha seat. As per exit poll, PDP president is going to lose from bastion of her party Anantnag where she is herself contesting. Most of the exit polls have given a big 'zero' to PDP which had formed government with BJP after 2014 fractured assembly verdict. As reported earlier, many senior leaders of PDP are waiting for the outcome of the results to say 'good bye' to the party that has turned into a 'communal outfit' due to communal advisors who are not allowing the party chief to con
PM Modi broke all records, covered 1.5 lakh km
Lok Sabha elections 2019
5/19/2019 11:53:52 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, May 19: Braving the searing summer heat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew over 1.5 lakh km and addressed 142 public rallies across India as part of the election campaign. He became the first-ever Prime Minister to do so in the electoral history of India post-1952. It was in 1952 that India witnessed the first general election. "Since Independence, the most hardworking, extensive election campaign was this one, and Modi's outreach was unprecedented. There is virtually no part of the country where Modi did not visit between February-May", reports from New Delhi said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign started on 28 March from Meerut in UP and Akhnoor in J
Govt constitutes fact finding committee to probe fraudulent appointments at Technical Education Deptt
5/19/2019 11:53:39 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report Srinagar, May 19: Governor Satya Pal Malik led state government has constituted a fact finding committee to probe fraudulent appointments in the Department of Technical Education, Jammu & Kashmir and autonomous bodies as well as organizations that fall under this department. The committee has been asked to probe the matter in a professional manner and to submit the report within the next four weeks. The committee is being headed by Commissioner Secretary, Forest and its members have been drawn from the different government departments. An order issued by General Administration Department (GAD) has said the committee should identify the persons who ha
Magestrial enquiry ordered into Bhaderwah killing, perpetual stone pelting
5/19/2019 10:28:35 PM
Abid Hussain Wani Early Times Report Doda, May 19: District Magistrate (DM) Doda, Dr. Sagar Doifode ordered a majestrial enquiry into the death of Nayeem Ahmed R/O Qilla Mohallah Bhaderwah. The order issued by District Magistrate reads that, " Whereas, during the intervening night of 15th & 16thh of May, 2019, some un-known persons have killed one Nayeem Ahmed RO Qillah Mohallah- Bhaderwah, which led to disturbance in Law & Order situation in Bhaderwah Town and its surroundings. Further, some miscreants in Bhaderwah have tried to disturb peaceful atmosphere by way of mobilizng unlawful assemblies and also resorted to stone throwing thus vandalizing public property at large" - Order f
ZEO Rajouri breaches Model Code of Conduct
Supports Cong, criticises BJP and PM
5/19/2019 10:28:01 PM
Sushil Dutta Early Times Report Rajouri, May 19: Breaching model code of conduct ZEO Rajouri openly supported Congress (I) and criticised BJP and PM Nariender Modi on communal lines in its official gp and appealed every official to vote for Congress . Pertinent to mention ZEO Rajouri Abdul Rashid in its official wsap group himself uploaded a video criticizing present regime of BJP on all fronts particularly creating division among communities. Video that was in song format clearly supporte
Pregnant women denied ambulance, DC orders enquiry
5/19/2019 10:27:41 PM
Early Times Report Rajouri, May 19: Deputy Commissioner Rajouri has ordered an enquiry after a pregnant woman was denied ambulance "due to fuel shortage" in Rajouri. The deputy commissioner has also ordered the withholding of salary of concerned Medical Officer pending enquiry. Rubeena Akhtar of Gabbar village in Budhal was admitted at PHC Budhal yesterday. Following complications, the doctors at the PHC referred her to Kandi hospital. However, according to the family, they were shocked on b
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