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Majority of dailies starve as only 3 'influential' get lion's share; Aggrieved seek Raj Bhawan's intervention
Bander Baanth: Allotted Rs 17 Cr, Info Dept spends only 4 Cr!
11/19/2018 11:51:15 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: Despite having been sanctioned a whopping Rs 17 crore as the annual funds for issuance of advertisements to Jammu-based newspapers, the Information Department has spent mere around Rs four crore in the first eight months of the fiscal, hinting that over Rs ten crore may lapse due to the "conspiring laziness of the babus." Even as the governments in other states across the country don't mind even to go out of the way to help local newspapers, Information department especially its Jammu wing headed by Joint Director, seems to want the local press starve though the winter capital region runs maximum number of newspapers in the restive state. This "conspirac
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Jammu leaders accept 'humiliation', Ladakhis their self-respect
11/19/2018 11:14:21 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: Even as state BJP leadership is trying to present a brave face after resignation of prominent Ladakhi leaders from the party, it is believed that policies of the central BJP leaders to appease Kashmir centric leaders at the cost of Jammu and Ladakh are main reasons of brewing anger among leaders of Ladakh and Jammu. Ladakh leaders, who have self-respect and concern for their people have started speaking against Jammu based power-hungry leaders, they are still accepting "humiliation and insult for the lust" of power. Credible sources said that Jammu based leaders are also very much aware about the policy of a top BJP national leader to appease Kashmir bas
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HOD at University of Kashmir breaks all records, sets up his own school
Varsity authorities, School Education Deptt fail to act
11/19/2018 10:45:22 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 19: Kashmir is probably the only place in the world where an academician working in the government sector establishes his own concern and earns huge money by virtue of the same. Not to talk of the teachers working in the government schools an academician working at the highest seat of learning in the Kashmir valley has broken all the records. This academician has established his own educational institute in the summer capital of the state. Early Times has come to know from sources that the academician who teaches a science subject at the University of Kashmir is the owner of the school located in the Nowgam area of Srinagar district. Alth
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Trade of substandard drug trade continues unabated in JK
11/19/2018 10:45:07 PM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 19: Next time you buy medicine from drug stores, check the details of the medicine and the company that manufacture it, as the drugs control department has warned that the sale of sub substandard drugs is on the rise in the Jammu and Kashmir. One of the top officials here in the drug control department told early times that trade in substandard drugs has attained an alarming level in the state. "In the past few months, drug samples mostly taken have been found to be substandard. Majority of them, which have unapproved chemical combination were common antibiotics, painkillers and vitamins," said the official wishing not to be named. Sourc
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Civilian slaughter by militants put Shopian police under scanner again
11/19/2018 10:44:54 PM
Early Times Report srinagar, Nov 19: The recent slaughter of two civilians in Shopian by militants has yet again brought the Jammu and Kashmir Police under scanner for their alleged failure to bring situation under control as also to prevent loss of the precious human lives in the south Kashmir district. Last week, the Hizbul militants killed two civilians in spine chilling incidents. While the outfit released video of how the 17-year-old boy was killed by the militants, the throat of the other victim was slit. Pictures and videos of both the incidents went viral on social media. Observers said the gory incidents of militants "gaining dominance" in the region hint at the police failure t
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Separatists' silence on Shopian executions reveals their true face
11/19/2018 10:44:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: The treacherous faces, feckless sycophancy and dubious approach of the separatists and their sympathisers in Kashmir is coming to fore with the bestial killing of youth in the Valley. As the barbaric videos of executions are making rounds on social media, making the hearts melt of even the sadists, the separatists in Kashmir have maintained a stoic silence. Of the eight youths abducted since November 15, two - Nadeem Manzoor (17) and Huzaif Ashraf (19) - were killed. Nadeem's bullet-riddled body was found hours after he was abducted. Operational chief of the Hizbul Mujahideen Riyaz Naikoo took responsibility for the killing. He accused Nadeem of info
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H&ME Deptt appoints Dr Manoj as MS of SMGS Hospital
11/19/2018 10:44:35 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: Acting swift on Early Times report, Health and Medical Education Department immediately issued order of the appointment of Dr Manoj Chalotra as Medical Superintendent of Shri Maharaja Gulab Singh Hospital Jammu. As per Government order no 628-HME-2018 dated 19-11-2018, issued order in the interest of Administration, Dr Manoj Kumar Chalotra, Medical Superintendent of Chest and Diseases Hospital Jammu transferred and posted MS of SMSG Hospital Jammu with the additional charge of MS Chest and Diseases Hospital Jammu till further orders. Here need to mention that Yesterday, Early Times newspaper had a carried story that Influential doctors were try
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Taking Kashmir to UN, treating Pak stooges like VIPs big mistakes
Candid Admission
11/19/2018 10:44:24 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: Veteran Congress leader and former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh has admitted that taking Kashmir issue to the United Nations was a mistake. "The fundamental mistake was to go to the UN on the Kashmir issue. (Prime Minister) Jawaharlal Nehru was pushed into it by (Governor General) Mountbatten. We went to the UN under Chapter 6, which is on disputes. We should have gone under chapter 7 which is on aggression," Natwar Singh said. The 87-year old Congress leader who worked closely with the top Congress leaders has spilled the beans and has covertly blamed the first Prime Minister of India Jawahar Lal Nehru for messing up the Kashmir. "Usually when
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Employees of MC Katra harass street hawkers
Take `commission' to release seized items
11/19/2018 10:44:08 PM
AB Sharma Early Times Report katra, Nov 19: The employees of Municipal Committee Katra have been accused of harassing the poor, marginalized hawkers by seizing their items which they sell to the pilgrims to make a living. The seized items, the locals said, are released after taking commission. The employees of MC Katra have adopted new method to churn money from the poor hawkers by seizing their stuff and take heavy commission to release their belongings. These people sell their items by moving from one place to other but those shopkeepers who encroach upon the streets, roads remain untouched due to monthly commission paid to the employees of Municipal Committee by them. "The sho
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`State Govt dodging PMO on Ring Road'
Affected farmers hold protest in Srinagar
11/19/2018 10:40:50 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, Nov 19: As construction of Semi Ring Road in Srinagar is yet to be taken up inspite of being formally inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, farmers have alleged that State Govt is dodging the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) as compensation is yet to be paid to the affected farmers in most of the villages. Farmers affected by Semi Ring Road held a massive protest against Government in Srinagar on Monday in Press Enclave over forcible land acquisition. Farmers have alleged that Divisional Commissioner Kashmir is misleading authorities especially the Governor administration as work was allotted to construction company Ramky in February 2018 but not even
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Without electricity, water Keri village left to fend on its own
11/19/2018 10:17:06 PM
Arun Jasrotia Early Times Report Udhampur, Nov 19: The residents of Keri village, in Ghordi West Panchayat of Ramnagar Tehsil of District Udhampur have used to living with no "modern" amenities. They live under thatched roofs, away from the sight of the government. They live without electricity and even have no access to safe drinking water. It's not just one person but many families who have been affected in this village. They have accustomed themselves so much that they believe their li
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Infant dies of alleged negligence at DH Kathua
11/19/2018 10:16:54 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Nov 19: An infant died at district hospital Kathua moments after he was delivered late Sunday night prompting the family members to accuse doctor and the para medical staff of negligence. A pregnant woman from Chadwal Hiranagar Kathua was admitted to the hospital on Sunday and she was asked to stay in the hospital. The woman late night gave birth to a baby boy in the labour room without the support of doctor. "Only one nurse was present there but doctor on duty was
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Services of CPW, class IV to protect school buildings
11/19/2018 10:16:32 PM
Mohammad Sarfaraz Early Times Report KUPWARA, Nov 19: From last few days three fire incidents have been reported in Kupwara district in which two panchayats were gutted in fire, while as one building of Higher Secondary School Hatmulla was also gutted. According to sources some unknown persons on Sunday late evening set ablaze one building of Higher Secondary School, Hatmulla in Kupwara district. After Isha prayers, some unidentified persons set educational Institute on fire in Hatmulla are
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BJP cadre unhappy over high command's decision over Udhampur MC
11/19/2018 10:14:44 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Nov 19: Though BJP has won the Municipal Council of Udhampur, there is still a great resentment among the party cadre over the tie up with Udhampur MLA , Pawan Gupta's group. According to source the party workers at ground level have not digested the merger of Pawan Gupta men in BJP. Sources said that party cadre was not in favour of merger with Pawan and instead wanted to support National Panthers Party (NPP) to keep Pawan at Bay. Some of the BJP activists had also pleaded before senior leadership to tie up with NPP which could remain fruitful in coming Lok Sabha elections next year. Sources said BJP cadre in Udhampur has even gone to extent of saying that NPP
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BJP candidates elects president, Vice president for Udhampur MC
11/19/2018 10:14:38 PM
Early Times Report Udhampur, Nov 19:- BJP Councilor Dr Yogeshwar Gupta became Chairman while, BJP Councilor Surinder Singh Khalsa became Deputy Chairman of Municipal Council in Udhampur. The suspense over the post of Chairman as well as Deputy Chairman of Udhampur Municipal Council ended today, when BJP municipal councilor Dr. Yogeshwar Gupta elder Brother of MLA udhampur Pawan Gupta gots 11 Votes out of 21 and was elected the new President. Meanwhile Surinder Singh Khalsa was elected as Deputy Chairman of Municipal council Udhampur . The suspense over the Post of Chairman as well as Deputy Chairman continued ever since the result was declared as no one could get the
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Teachers' attachments dent to education system
11/19/2018 10:14:31 PM
MS Nazki Early Times Report Poonch, Nov 19: Despite blanket ban on the attachment of teachers by the state administration, many teachers in 11 education zones of the district have been stuck to the schemes incharge under SSA and mid day meals giving a dent to education system, sources said here today They said that all the attachment of teachers stand cancelled vide government order but several teachers in the district have been showing lackadaisical approach and are allegedly stall sticked to the in charge of various government schemes in schools including SSA and Mid day meals despite the order that they should join at their original place of postings, they added Several teache
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Kashmir's vital sector fights for cold storage, promotion
11/19/2018 10:14:22 PM
Early Times Report SRINAGAR, Nov 19: With horticulture and handicrafts being the backbone of the state economy, the lack of cold storage and lack of promotion have been affecting these vital sectors adversely. An official of horticulture department said that the horticulture, which is the main industry of Kashmir is facing many challenges. "It is the harvesting season and the cold storage has to be developed in every district. Our main focus shall be on quality products so that there is more foreign export," the official said. An official of Industries and Commerce Department said the handicrafts sector has gone slowly down due to multiple reasons. "Around 2.5 lakh people are registere
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