Dr Farooq bars 2 players from joining Ranji trophy team

JKCA-PLAYERS ROW

ABID KHAN

Srinagar, Dec 6: Taking action against the players who boycotted the J&K Ranji trophy match against Andra Pradesh, J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) President Dr Farooq Abdullah has barred the two players from joining JK team for the upcoming Ranji trophy tie against Kerala. The two More

Green Valley beat Naqashband-XI 4-0

COCA COLA INTER-SCHOOL FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

Srinagar, Dec 6: In the ongoing Mir Iqbal Hussain Trophy Coca Cola Inter-School Football Tournament,three matches were played at Polo Ground here on Thursday. In the first match, Heaven Land Qamarwari defeated Wilson School Nawakadal by 2-0. Mehran Qadri and Amir Ahmad were the scorers.
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Body Building trials on Sunday

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Dec 6: The District Body Building Association Srinagar is going to conduct selection trials for Mr J&K and North India Body Building championships here on Sunday. The trials would be held at Rich Life Gym Bemina from 1 PM to 5 PM. The Mr J&K and North India Body Building More

Cook punishes India

3RD TEST DAY 2

AGENCIES

Kolkata, Dec 6: Alastair Cook continued to prosper on the Indian pitches as his brilliant unbeaten hundred, fifth in a row as England captain and third on the trot in this series, helped England dominate yet another day in the series, reaching 216 for 1 at stumps after bowling out India for 316 on More

'BCCI needs to make Tests popular'

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, Dec 6: Limited overs specialist Suresh Raina on Thursday urged the BCCI to play a more proactive role in promoting Test cricket, which rarely attracts crowd these days. He said the administrators of the game will have to find out innovative ways to make Test cricket more viewer-friendly More

HOME STATE TO HONOUR PONTING
Hobart,Dec 6: Newly-retired Test great Ricky Ponting will receive a tribute during next week’s opening Test match against Sri Lanka in Hobart, Cricket Tasmania said on Thursday. The former Australian skipper played his final and 168th Test match against South Africa in Perth this week after More

India prevail 1-0 over Belgium

CHAMPIONS TROPHY- QUARTERFINALS

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Melbourne,Dec 6: India grimly hung on to an early lead to prevail 1-0 over Belgium to advance to the semifinals of the Champions Trophy at the State Hockey Centre on Thursday. The goal that settled the fate of the quarterfinal contest came in the 13th minute of the first shot India had at the rival More

Pak stun Germany

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Melbourne, Dec 6: Shakeel Abbasi scored two goals to help Pakistan pull off a surprise 2-1 victory over Olympic champions Germany and advance to the semifinals of the Champions Trophy on Thursday. This is the first time since 2004 that the former champions, Pakistan have made it to the medal round More

  • Kashmir

KU employees without salary

IMRAN MUZAFFAR

Srinagar, Dec 6: With the newly-appointed Registrar of University of Kashmir Prof Zaffar Ahmad Reshi “following proper procedure” in availing funds from the JK Government and “ensuring there is no misuse More



  • Srinagar City

Enforcement officials sleep on building permission violations

Against 20 feet wide connectivity, constructions allowed along 12 feet roads

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Dec 6: Notwithstanding the government claims that no building construction would be allowed for new colonies with roads lesser than 20 feet wide, the norms are being brazenly violated in the More




  • Tangmarg

Unabated constructions devour agricultural land

Concrete structures dot Srinagar-Gulmarg highway, authorities mute

Tangmarg: Unabated constructions along the Srinagar-Gulmarg highway is taking a heavy on the agriculture land with authorities acting as mute spectators. Commercial and residential structures are More



  • GKeducation&Careers

Student Counseling: An area of darkness

There’s a pressing need to make counseling services available in government schools, universities and colleges

CONCERN

PUPINDER S BALI

As reports of student stress and suicides because of academic, peer, and parental pressures multiply, country top schools managements have been forced to wake up to the importance of student counseling More



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