Chief Commissioner Scouts condole Affandi demise
Srinagar, Feb 18: The Chief Commissioner, J&K Scouts & Guides, Khwaja Farooq Renzu Shah has condoled the demise of Ahmad-ullah-Affandi who passed away on Monday.Affandi, was one among the basic members of the J&K Scouts and Guides and was associated with the Association for more than More

'Feels good to be one up on the men'

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Mumbai, Feb 18: All smiles after leading the Australian women’s cricket team to its sixth World Cup title, skipper Jodie Fields said it feels good to be one up on the men, who have won the coveted trophy four times. “It feels good to be one up on the men sometimes,” quipped Fields after the More

Beaten Pak slammed for lack of aggression
Karachi, Feb 18: Pakistan’s cricketers came under fire on Monday after their series defeat in South Africa, with former players blaming the team’s timid approach for their loss in the second Test. South Africa, the number one ranked team in Test cricket, beat the visitors by four wickets More

'Pakistan hindered by lack of home Tests'

REUTERS

Cape Town, Feb 18: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq reiterated his belief that the continued boycott of his country by international sides is hindering their chances of becoming the leading Test nation. Ongoing security concerns mean the last Test match played in Pakistan was against Sri Lanka More

OBAMA PLAYS GOLF WITH TIGER WOODS

REUTERS

Palm City, Feb 18: US President Barack Obama played golf with Tiger Woods for the first time on Sunday and got a chance to see how the game is played at the highest level.  Obama, an avid weekend golfer, and Woods, the world No. 2 who won his 75th title last month, teed up at the Floridian More

  • Kashmir

Don’t beg for return of martyrs’ bodies: Salahuddin

Srinagar, Feb 18:  The Chairman of the United Jehad Council Chairman Syed Salahuddin on Monday called on Kashmiris in general and family of Afzal Guru in particular not to ‘beseech for return of his More



  • Srinagar City

TRAFFIC JAMS IRK COMMUTERS

Chaos due to sudden vehicular rush: SP Traffic

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Feb 18: After a continuous spell of curfew and strikes for nine consecutive days, various roads of the City on Monday witnessed chaos due to long traffic jams.  Long traffic jams were witnessed More




  • Jammu

NC-Cong Govt enhancing people’s pain: Mehbooba

Jammu Feb 18: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday said the Congress-NC coalition was only enhancing the pain caused by the unholy haste and secrecy adopted in the execution of Muhammad Afzal Guru More



  • News

Militants storm govt complex in Peshawar; 7 killed

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Islamabad, Feb 18: Two suicide attackers disguised as security personnel blew themselves up after storming a government complex in the restive Peshawar city of northwest Pakistan today, killing five people More



  • GKeducation&Careers

Teaching Social Skills in Schools

We need to teach social skills to our students to deal with personal emotional states

LIFE SKILLS

PUPINDER SINGH BALI

We live in a competitive world and being globally connected, we need to understand and experience diverse culture of our state. We would need to determine whether every child in our state is ready to contribute More



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