Gulmarg Ski Cup concludes
Srinagar, Jan 22: The 3-day Gulmarg Ski Cup organized by the Directorate of Tourism concluded at Gulmarg on Tuesday. Around 120 competitors in different age groups in both boys and girls sections participated.  The first three winners were awarded the medals while the members on More

Every high school to have sports team, play fields: Taj
Jammu, Jan 22: Underlying his priorities, Minister for Medical Education, Youth Services & Sports, Taj Mohi ud Din today directed the Department of Youth Services & Sports to  ensure that every middle and high school has playing teams in at least three disciplines of cricket, football More

Rejuvenated India look to clinch series in Mohali

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

Mohali, Jan 22: Bolstered by two emphatic back-to-back wins, India will seek to clinch the ODI series against England by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the fourth match on Wednesday with the under-fire hosts showing signs of rediscovering their winning touch.  After a series of indifferent More

Snow Rugby championship ends
Srinagar, Jan 22: The third State Snow Rugby 7’s championship organized by the J&K Rugby Association and was sponsored by the Tourism Department Kashmir concluded at Gulmarg on Tuesday. The event had started on January 20 and was inaugurated by Director Tourism, Talat Parvaiz.  More

Djokovic beats Berdych to reach semis
Melbourne, Jan 22: Novak Djokovic bounced back from a marathon five-setter just 48 hours earlier as he skated into the Australian Open semifinals with a comfortable win over Tomas Berdych on Tuesday. The Serbian world number one, chasing a hat-trick of Australian crowns, showed no ill-effects More

  • Kashmir

  • Srinagar City

Drainage system defunct at Mandir Bagh Baghat

Inhabitants suffer, seek DC’s intervention

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 22: Residents of Mandir Bagh at Baghat-e-Barzulla here are up in arms against the authorities for failing to overcome drainage problem in the area. A delegation from the area said in More




  • Jammu

Law Department awaits suggestions, recommendations on amending laws

SEXUAL OFFENCES

AKSHAY AZAD

Jammu, Jan 22: The State Law Department is yet to receive suggestions from experts and members of civil society on making necessary amendments in laws related to offences against women.   Sources More



  • GKeducation&Careers

Understanding value based education

Let’s encourage students to question the conventional wisdom and discover the meaning of personal and civic values

QUALITY EDUCATION

PUPINDER SINGH BALI

Everyone here in Kashmir would agree that our schools should nurture good values and attitudes in students. This general concern has influenced the school curriculum. The student, as a result, often receives More



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