Partners in Development

PPP is the gateway to economic uplift

Mushtaq Sidiqi

1988-89 saw the economic development in the State peaking. The future was then looking quite promising and the State  poised for radical improvements  in its development scenario. Peace was probably at its all time best and the conditions ideal for seeking outside investments in industrial More

Taking care of the old

The NPHCE envisages the provision of dedicated promotional, preventive and rehabilitative services for the elderly

Dr Rehana Kaunsar

India is experiencing a rapid health transition with a rising burden of non-communicable diseases (NCD). To promote health and prevent disease, an integrated National Programme for Prevention & Control of Cancers, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke (NPCDCS) has been formulated. The More

Once upon a time ….

….his father lived in a far flung area

Dr Azmat Alam Khan

Sajjad and Shabir were batch mates in a professional college in Srinagar. Sajjad got admitted to the professional course by dint of his hard work. In fact he had no option but to work hard as he had no mentors, no political or social backing, nor could his family afford to gratify anybody in cash More

  • Kashmir

Families plead for justice: Seek CM’s intervention



Srinagar, Oct 25: Ahead of Eid-ul-Azha, families of two Kashmiri youth murdered in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Andhra Pradesh (AP), have appealed the Jammu and Kashmir Government to take up the matter with More

  • Srinagar City

Srinagar safe, secure: CM

‘Chattergam incident has nothing to do with militancy’


Srinagar, Oct 25: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday said that Srinagar was much “safe and secure” and Chattergam firing incident in which solider was killed and two others injured had nothing to do More

  • South Asia

APHC Pak chapter submits memorandum to UNMOGIP


Islamabad, Oct 25: The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (PaK chapter) on Thursday made a passionate appeal to the UN secretary General Ban Ki Moon to help resolve longstanding Kashmir dispute  Through More

  • World

56 dead in Myanmar violence

Yangon, Oct 25: Officails on Thursday said that 56 people were killed and almost 2,000 homes burned down in the latest outbreak of ethnic violence in western Myanmar. Rakhine state spokesman Win Myaing More

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