There has to be some sense of proportion; at least for the sake of environment!
WORDS WITHIN By Firdous SyedHuman civilization does not enjoy anymore the luxury of evading an environmental disaster. The possibilities of such a disaster have grown in more ways than one. It’s a reality and not a fiction. The melting of glaciers, rise in the sea levels, fast depleting forest cover, green areas turning into More
A sensitive and astute portrayal of those excluded from society.
FICTION By Mita GhoseThis anthology of short fiction by Nighat M. Gandhi is like a finely worked piece of jewelry. Its central motif, the title story, is so exquisitely crafted that its beauty momentarily blinds us to the intrinsic worth of the ones that complement it.While it is rare for compilations of this kind More
Unregistered Pilgrims Create Chaos, Confusion
Islamabad (Anantnag), July 8: Frequent traffic jams on Srinagar-Jammu Highway caused due to unprecedented rush of unregistered pilgrims and mismanagement are creating impediments for smooth conduct of More
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GK CITY REPORTER
Srinagar, July 8: As if the complaints of rash and negligent driving by tipper drivers weren’t enough that now the load carriers zoom without number plates triggering havoc on the City roads.DEADLY TREND More
‘2002 accord with Congress was conditional’
Surankote, (Poonch) July 8: Former Chief Minister and patron of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Muhammad Sayeed Friday said that 2002 accord with Congress was conditional and the government was formed More
Srinagar: A deputation of the candidates who had appeared in the State Combined Competitive Services Examination in 2009 unsuccessfully, called on the Governor, N N Vohra, at Raj Bhavan here today.  More
‘Govt Takes No Steps To Re-Allot Out-Of-Use Units’
Srinagar, July 8: With government playing indifferent, Valley’s oldest industrial estate at Zainakote here is facing some serious problems in the face of infrastructure deficit and forces’ presence.  More
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Juba/Kampala, July 8: After decades of brutal war which killed two million people, oil-rich South Sudan finally becomes independent from Sudan's Khartoum-ruled north tomorrow in an emotional celebration More