Predicament and Promise

Why the potential of the pastoral economy is not realised

Zahoor Khanday

Very few people are aware that more than one out of 3 persons in our State is dependent on livestock sector for liveliohood or income support. With a tribal population of more than 26 lacs primarily dependent on livestock, especially sheep and goat one wonders why this sector has been deproritized More

‘Her compulsions locked her mouth’

Adarsh Ajit

Book: Molale RishtaAuthor: Rinku KoulPrice: Rs. 200/=Pages: 104The stories in Molale Rishta have a simple plot, yet elegant language, nice lift, existential back up and generally spin around the concerns of displaced community. Dr. Omkar Koul, Ex More

Putting Environment to peril

Tourism's relationship with the environment is complex - many activities adversely impact environmental

Dr. Manzoor Ahmed Yetoo

Uncontrolled conventional tourism poses potential threat to many natural areas around the world. It can put enormous pressure on an area and lead to impacts such as: soil erosion, increased pollution, discharges into the sea, natural habitat loss, increased pressure on endangered species and heightened More

  • Kashmir

ReT selections: CEO Islamabad throws norms to winds

Candidates Smell Rat In Recruitment Process, Seek Probe

KHALID GUL

Islamabad (Anantnag), Oct 30: The office of the Chief Education Officer here has come in the line of fire for allegedly flouting court orders and district administration directives with regard to appointment More



  • Srinagar City

Red signal jumpers bash Traffic cop: Police

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Oct 30: A few weeks after a VIP escort thrashed Traffic cop when the former was caught jumping red signal, another similar incident occurred Tuesday afternoon when people from an influential More




  • Jammu

Traffic Police to deploy additional men

DURBAR MOVE

ARUN SINGH

Jammu, Oct 30: In view of ensuing Durbar Move, Traffic Police Department is contemplating to deploy around 80 additional personnel to man Jammu road to regulate smooth traffic movement across the winter More



  • Bandipora

Ajas craves for basic amenities

INHABITANTS SUFFER, GOVT UNMOVED

Bandipora: Belying the Government’s tall claims of equitable development, Ajas the second largest Panchayat block in Bandipora is craving for basic amenities causing immense hardships to the inhabitants More



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