Jhelum: Fatally Threatened

No scientific work till date has been undertaken to find out ways and means for its maintenance

Dr. A. Majeed Kak

Our present generation barely knows that the river Jhelum passing serpentinely through three major districts of Kashmir province  - Anantnag(Islamabad), Srinagar and Baramulla- is locally named as Veth. It covers a distance of about 180 Kms and ultimately enters Pakistan side of Kashmir, where More

Another DARBAR MOVE

It comes naturally to our state and is not a burden on our economy!

Dr Zubair Ahmad War

Darbar Move is the name given to the bi-annual exercise of shifting the secretariat and all other government offices from Srinagar  to  Jammu. Well, there is another move parallel to this, that of the Bakarwals .The nomadic  Bakerwals,  in winter reside in the plain areas of  More

Entrepreneurship: Kashmir way!

The government schemes to enhance entrepreneurship are myopic

Sheikh Fayaz Ahmad

Entrepreneurship is considered as the cornerstone of any modern day economy. Without, entrepreneurs (innovators), the present dominant economic system (capitalism) certainly will collapse. Fuelled by innovations (both technological and non-technological), entrepreneurs directly contribute to the overall More

Cold enough for you

This time winter will greet us differently

Javaid Malik

With early onset of winter this year miseries of people have increased manifolds. Kashmir Valley is facing unscheduled power cuts, shortage of LPG cylinders and Kerosene oil. Essential commodities disappearing from the market ahead of snowfall indicate that winter is going to be tough.Central More

  • Kashmir

KUTA pitches for ‘one-man-one-post’ arrangement

Holds Seminar On Annual Day

Srinagar, Nov 6: Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) Tuesday held a day-long seminar on “Contemporary Issues in Higher Education.” A KU spokesman said the seminar was organized to mark More



  • Srinagar City

City must go for vertical expansion!

Given the fast shrinking land in this historic City in the heels of hills, the only way out is vertical expansion, comments Er Ashraf Fazili

DURING the past about 23 centuries, Srinagar has been witness to many transformations, be it in its nomenclature or location with changing rulers like Purana Dishthina (old capital) –now Pandrethan to More




  • Jammu

TAJ TAKES ON RATHER

Ravi Canal Project

AKSHAY AZAD

Jammu, Nov 6: Ravi Tawi Irrigation Canal project has finally turned to be a bone of contention between PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Minister Taj Mohi-ud-Din and Finance Minister Abdul Rahim Rather More



  • PaK

2-day intra-Kashmir women’s conference begins in Muzaffarabad

TARIQ NAQASH

Muzaffarabad, Nov 6: A two-day intra-Kashmir cross LoC women’s dialogue commenced here on Tuesday. The conference is being held under the aegis of 'AJK Women for Peace Organisation' (AJKWPO) and the More



  • Tangdhar

6 yrs on, Baghbela-Chitterkot road awaits macdamisation

Locals accuse BRO authorities of inordinate delay

Tangdhar: Inordinate delay by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) to macadamize the Baghbela- Chitterkot road has become a source of inconvenience for the inhabitants.  Widening of the Baghbela- Chitterkot More



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