One of the main problems is that government is simply not interested in keeping Kashmir agricultural at all
Maneka GandhiOne of the greatest luxuries in gourmet cooking is saffron. Just a small pinch and the colour and taste are transformed. Unfortunately it is becoming rarer and rarer and now a small amount costs a great deal making it the most expensive spice in the world. I do not think many young people in India More
Who will perform the last rites?
Dr Abdul Majid SirajKashmir Golf Course is breathing its last glint of life what used to be pride of British India and a very precious antic of national heritage of Kashmir. This is a direct loss to the nation and every inch of its space is crying out for help from people of Kashmir that own it. There has been More
We have a law enacted way back in 1960 called as J&K Prevention of Beggary Act!
Adv B A BashirTraffic lights have provided a sigh of relief to the general public; more than public it seems traffic cops are feeling relieved. But before the joy could be enjoyed for some time, outside beggars have claimed their right of occupying such spots. Right now I want to talk on the menace of begging More
‘There is an apprehension of law and order problem; Kindly intervene’
SHORTAGE OF ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES
Srinagar, July 25: In apparently a first move of its kind, the district administration Kupwara has warned the J&K Government—already in the line of fire over the Valley-wide power crisis—of an “a serious More
- Srinagar City
No water, no drainage, no streetlights, no parking while traditional lanes continue to be dilapidated
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, July 25: Here “drinking water” is available but at a few old rusted taps adjacent to drains which aren’t properly maintained. Work on much required Wuzu Khanas is yet start while facelift of More
Jammu, July 25: Jammu and Kashmir Government will now once again be charging Rs 50 as fee alongwith an application under Right to Information Act. Official sources said that General Administration More