Ajas Bridge
This refers to the news (GK 10 Nov 2012) about Ajas bridge. It has not given the correct structural condition of the bridge. Cracks shown in the picture one only surfaced localized cracks.  Ajas Bridge is located at Km 16.00 on Sumbal-Sonarwani   road which was constructed by state PWD More

Medical profession
Medical profession, a profession which most of us respect, has been disunfortunately soiled by some black sheep doctors who are allured by pharmaceuticals companies. But there’re doctors, who are ‘’next to God’’, and they do care for the patients.Ashaq HussainJawalapora, Budgam. More

Captive breeding
This refers to the news "Captive Breeding of Hangul". Captive Breeding is a method of flourishing animals in captivity in controlled manner and with least human interference. It is one of the best practices to increase the dwindling populations of endangered animals throughout the world. Projects such More

Police state
This refers to the decision of state government to handover monitoring of LPG distribution to police. It is only in this state that such decisions are taken. And it shows that the coalition government has failed on every front. Government has officially declared J&K as police state by handing over More

Biased article
This refers to the article by Nyla Ali Khan “Understanding Sheikh Abdullah”.  The author seems to be a myopic NC supporter highlighting half a dozen good deeds of Sheikh Abdullah. She has only pinpointed PDP politics, and has not admitted flaws and wrong deeds of Sheikh Abdullah because of which More

  • Kashmir

Government to tune-up ‘ramshackle’ administration

4 IAS Officers On Central Deputation To Return In March


Srinagar, Nov 11: What could bring about some relief to the J&K Government, at least four IAS officers who are presently on deputation at the Government of India are set to return to the State in March More

  • Srinagar City

NC treating Srinagar as bonded territory: PDP

Mufti bashes Govt on skewed bridge, says silly project disastrous for The Bund


Srinagar, Nov 11: Laced with facts and figures, the Peoples Democratic Party Sunday came down heavily on the ruling National Conference led government with the PDP patron and former Chief Minister Mufti More

  • Jammu

Polytechnic lecturers made to work for peanuts

25 year service fetches them Rs 5700 per month


Jammu, Nov 11: It may sound strange, but it is true- a teacher who has trained 25 batches of Polytechnic College is getting a meager emolument of Rs 5700 per month. This is not the story of one consolidated More

  • South Asia

31 killed in Pak violence


Karachi, Nov 11: At least 31 people, including members of the minority community, have been killed in various incidents of target killings in Pakistan's commercial city of Karachi and Balochistan's capital More

  • World

Syria warplanes strike near Iraq border, clashes near Turkey

Beirut, Nov 11: Syrian warplanes on Sunday launched air strikes on the eastern town of Albu Kamal near the Iraqi border and pounded rebel lines near Damascus and in the northern city of Aleppo, a watchdog More

  • Health

‘Mehndi may cause serious side effects’


New Delhi, Nov 11: Applying chemical-laced 'mehndi' (henna) on the hands can cause serious side effects including skin infection, doctors said, cautioning girls and women against using it. Mehndi More

  • Pahalgam

Aru craves for basic amenities

Locals, tourists suffer, govt mute

Pahalgam: Notwithstanding tall claims of the Government of undertaking equitable development in Kashmir, Aru a famous tourist spot here sans basic amenities causing immense hardships to tourists and locals More

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