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Mantri out to destroy Narkara wetland
7/23/2017 11:41:24 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: In brazen violation of norms, a minister from the ruling coalition plans to get the Narkara wetland here land-filled for his "personal and vote bank gains", a development that is feared to make the summer capital of Srinagar more flood-prone. Sources said the minister, who is enjoying patronage of a strong lobby of businessmen in Kashmir, wants to get a portion of Narkara wetland earth-filled for construction of a government office in the "first phase." Sources said in the garb of landfiling of the portion of the waterbody, owned by the government, he wants to make "inroads for construction of residential colony in the other portion of the wetland
BJP minister set to be axed for corruption
7/23/2017 11:41:13 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: The BJP high command is most likely to drop a senior cabinet minister after frequent allegations of corruption against him. According to sources, the top leadership of the Sangh parivar has communicated to the party leadership the working of the minister is not only hurting the image of the party but is also impeding the much-needed developmental work. About four months back too the party's top leadership had received the report that the minister is stalling the developmental works executed by the none other than a government agency and was reportedly pressurising it to shelf out a money. The sources said that at that time he was seriously reprimande
Jammu's pvt schools busy in 'dummy admission scandal'
7/23/2017 11:41:02 PM
Akshay Azad Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Several prestigious private schools of the winter capital are reportedly engaged in a major admission scandal, according to which many students, who are preparing for entrance examinations are attending regular coaching classes but their attendance is regularly marked in these private institutions. Sources informed Early Times that many students, most of whom come from influential families, have taken dummy admission in some prestigious private schools of Jammu city. "They seldom go to these private schools but their attendance is regularly marked by the teachers of these institutions as per the directions of the management", a teacher wo
Officials cut sorry figure, ministers return with glum faces
CM in Anantnag: Day of erroneous foundation stones
7/23/2017 11:40:41 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: For J&K government, July 22 was the day of erroneous foundation stones that at times annoyed some ministers and at times pleased some. The story goes like this. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday conducted an extensive tour of Anantnag district during which she laid foundation of various projects and inaugurated many other projects. Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Nirmal Singh; Minister for Revenue, Relief & Rehabilitation, Abdul Rehman Veeri; Minister f
DDK Srinagar on last legs, officials busy in plunder
7/23/2017 11:40:03 PM
Jehangir Rashid Early Times Report SRINAGAR, July 23: Doordarshan Kendra (DDK) Srinagar has always been in news for wrong reasons and this time as well the situation is not different. Fingers have been pointed over the telecast of some programmes from the station these days. Sources said that programmes in connection with flagship schemes like Krishi Darshan and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan are very poor in every respect of telecast. These programmes lack standard script, proper narration and up to the mark presentation. The poor quality of the programmes throws the viewers off the guard and they lose the plot. "Virtual loot is going on at the Kendra with regard to the telecast of these prog
US gives Pakistan, separatists loud, clear message; J&K is Indian state
7/23/2017 11:39:48 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: By officially calling Jammu and Kashmir as "Indian State of J&K", Washington has given clear message to Pakistan as well as separatists of Kashmir Valley that it has crystal clear policy on J&K. It is first time that American Government has called J&K as Indian State and this stand of US Government is follow up action after declaring UJC head Sayeed Salah-ud-Din as global terrorist. This is considered as big diplomatic victory of Indian Government. In June while designating Salah-ud-din as a "specially-designated global terrorist", State Department of America had said the militant group has claimed responsibility for several attacks, including the
Angry PDP workers target RDD Kishtwar for ignoring Tak in official banners
7/23/2017 11:39:10 PM
Early Times Report Kishtwar, July 23: Angry People's Democratic Party workers today teared partmental banners after they didn't find the photograph of Member Legislative Council Firdous Ahmed Tak on the said banner As per the details available with Early Times, PDP workers who had arrived at New DC office complex Kishtwar for the party meeting to be chaired by Rural Development Department Minister Abdul Haq Khan got agitated when they saw Tak missing from the posters and banners. The banner carried the photographs of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, Abdul Haq Khan and MoS RDD Sunil Kumar Sharma. The eyewitness said that party senior leaders along with some student union leaders rais
Edu deptt shields officer who leaked exam papers in
7/23/2017 11:38:55 PM
Anantnag Saahil Suhail Early Times Report Anantnag, July 23: Three weeks after an officer leaked examination papers in Higher Secondary School Seerhamdan, the Chief Education Officer Anantnag has failed to initiate action against him. The examination wing of DIET Anantnag had written to the CEO Anantnag, who is also holding the charge of District Institution of Education and Trainings (DIET) Anantnag as Principal, demanding stern action against the official who leaked the paper. The official communication accessed by Early Times reveals that the DIET Anantnag in pursuance of government order No. 338 Education of 2016, dated 16-09-2016, had set up 114 complex centers for conducting ex
Pak using trade to fund terrorism, unrest in Kashmir
GoI lacks 'political will' to shutdown cross LoC trade
7/23/2017 11:37:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, July 23: Despite intelligence agencies making clear that cross Line of Control (LoC) trade between two parts of Kashmir is being misused by Pakistan to promote Hawala transactions and send narcotics into this part of Kashmir, the Government of India has not taken any concrete step to shutdown this trade as it is becoming a headache for the security agencies fighting Pakistan sponsored insurgency in J&K. Sources told Early Times the barter trade has become not just a source of funding for terrorists operating in the Valley but it's being used to fund the agitation and unrest in Kashmir. They said that intelligence agencies have submitted enough proofs to the Mi
Major shift in US policy towards Pakistan
No funds to Pak good for India
7/23/2017 11:37:33 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 23: In what could be described as a surprise decision, the United States Army Head Quarters has taken a decision to block funding to Pakistan to the extent of $350 million USD. As per reports, the Pentagon took this decision after pressure from the White House regarding the growing state-sponsored terrorism in Pakistan. The US has decided against the disbursement of $350 million in coalition support finance to Pakistan after defence secretary James Mattis advised Congress he wasn't able to certify that Islamabad has taken "sufficient action" to end the dreaded Haqqani network. As a result of the important notification by the defence secretary to the Amer
Royal scion gets Nagrota, BJP clips wings of old hawk
7/23/2017 11:37:23 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 23: After unofficially allowing former Minister and party MLC Ajatshatru Singh to work in Nagrota assembly constituency, BJP on Friday, officially issued an order to allot this constituency to Ajatshatru Singh. By officially allotting this prestigious segment to Ajatshatru Singh, the incumbent leadership of BJP has decided to clip wings of one of the prominent leader, who had been opposing to the entry of Ajatshastru Singh in this constituency.Credible sources in the BJP said that the instead of allowing Ajatshastru Singh to work in Nagrota assembly segment the same leader was trying to allot this constituency to a Vice Chairman, who is his own man but th
VTPs list finalized, work to start from Sept 1
Vocational training courses in Govt schools
7/23/2017 11:37:16 PM
Early Times Report Srinagar, July 23: The state government has finalized the list of Vocational Training Partners (VTPs) who would implement the vocational training courses in around 220 government higher secondary schools across the state. This programme is funded by the Centre through its Ministry of Skill Development. Details available with Early Times reveal that J&K had send the list to National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). By July 25, the VTPs will sign the MoU with J&K, and from September 1 the work will start in 220 schools. Last year some 100 schools were selected for similar programme. More than one dozen VTPs were asked to give their presentation before the Mission
Centre seeks report from JK, KPs deprived of sugar quota for over 2 yrs
7/23/2017 11:37:05 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 23: The Kashmiri migrants have been deprived of sugar quota by the Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD) department for over last two years, even as payment for the quota had made by the Relief Organisation in advance. Sources said as the matter was brought into the notice of Union government by some Delhi-based KP organisation, the Home Ministry sought a detailed report from J&K government in this regard. The officials in the Union Home Ministry, sources said, still do not believe that the quota of sugar to be paid to Kashmiri migrants has been misappropriated by CAPD officials. However on the preliminary investigations from the central gover
Nowshera target of Pakistani army
7/23/2017 11:36:56 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, July 23: The unprecedented and indiscriminate shelling of civilian areas in the strategic Nowshera of Rajouri district by the Pakistani Army has motivated many to search for this place in their atlases. In so many years of hostilities between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control, Nowshera has hardly figured a few times in the news. The reason: it has been overshadowed by the high profile combat engagements at Poonch in Jammu, Uri in Kashmir and Kargil in Ladakh. Nowshera is a Tehsil is about 124 km from Jammu on the Jammu-Poonch National Highway (NH-144A). It has about 62,000 people living in the 58 villages of the Tehsil. Interestingly, it has a 79 per
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