Peace Park on LoC

INDO-PAK TENSION CONTRIBUTES TO THE THREAT TO WILDLIFE SUSTAINABILITY IN THE REGION

WILD CONFLICT By Javed Naqi

It is no denying fact that the vendetta between India and Pakistan has never come to halt since the inception of both countries. Both the countries have had tensions prevailing over period and again. Be it cross border terrorism, territorial dispute or any other issue, the countries have seldom come More

It’s Seriously Flawed

NO ONE FROM PHARMA BUSINESS WAS CONSULTED ON THIS; WHY!

STATE DRUG POLICY By Sami Ullah Malik

We cannot  keep   90% of  population  at the  mercy of generics  whose quality control  is not ascertained  as per the  norms  of the International Drug Associations.  How is it wise to prescribe these questionable generics. To what extent More

Disastrous Management!

In fact only yesterday I tried to convince my father that we should be setting up a disaster management cell in our home.

Salt n'Pepper By Dr Ajaz A Baba

Disasters are definitely the ‘in’ thing nowadays. A disaster management cell can be found in almost every home and even the government has been trying to set up something along these lines. In fact only yesterday I tried to convince my father that we should be setting up a disaster management cell More

  • Kashmir

8-member panel to prepare draft for amendments

Panchayat empowerment row

Srinagar, Jan 28: The row over empowerment of Sarpanchs and Panchs has forced the Speaker Legislative Assembly, Muhammad Akbar Lone, to constitute 8-member committee which would look into the matter, a More



  • Srinagar City

As Budgam goes ‘smoke free’, Ruhullah pledges to quit puffing

No more ashtrays at houseboats: Tuman

GK CITY CORRESPONDENT

Srinagar, Jan 28:  Barely two days after Budgam was declared “Smoke Free” on the Republic Day, the local MLA Aga Ruhullah Mehdi Saturday had some candid confession as the young Cabinet Minister pledged More




  • Jammu

GOVT COMMITTED TO EMPOWER PEOPLE: RANA

Nagrota, Jan 28: Devender Singh Rana, political advisor to the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the coalition government has set in motion an effective mechanism to empower people and involve them More



  • South Asia

Army's days are over in Pakistan: Imran Khan

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Davos, Jan 28: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, who is drawing massive crowds in his country, has declared that "army's days are over" in Pakistan and vowed to have "best relations" with India.& More



  • World

Drinking tea cuts blood pressure

INDO ASIAN NEWS SERVICE

London, Jan 28: Drinking up to eight cups of tea a day lowers blood pressure and could prevent heart disease, Australian scientists have found. Researchers at the University of Western Australia gave More



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