Proposed visit of JK biz delegation to PaK may hit roadblock

MUKEET AKMALI

Srinagar, July 21: The proposed visit of Jammu and Kashmir business delegation to PaK may hit a roadblock as it may boycott the visit in case state government does not issue clearance to all the delegates.  As a part of the Confidence Building Measure (CBM) the traders from both sides of More

Home Ministry opposes any hike of FDI cap in media

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA

New Delhi, July 21: The Home Ministry has strongly opposed any move to increase the FDI cap in the broadcasting and print media, saying allowing more foreign investment in the sensitive sectors may compromise country's security. Apprehending undue influence by big global players, the Home More

Single paper scheme in Business Education calls for rethink
WITH the establishment of Islamia College of Science and Commerce, Srinagar, business education at first degree level was started in early 1960s in Kashmir. Over the past more than five decades this branch of knowledge has evolved to a large extent. More and more colleges in government and private More

  • Kashmir

Will Gool probe be different from 54 ordered since 2009?

Inquiry would be taken to logical conclusion: Govt

ABID BASHIR

Srinagar, July 21: With Kashmir once again on the edge following the killing of four unarmed protestors at Gool in Ramban district, the inquiry ordered by the government is once again under question. Will More



  • Srinagar City

From north to east, Achan stench furthers

After Shaher-e-Khaas, nauseating smell invades Lal Bazar; Srinagarites pestered; Admin sleeps

GK CITY CORRESPONDENT

Srinagar, July 21: Despite repeated public appeals to the government top brass –seeking end to the foul smell emanating from Achan dumping yard –the stench has been furthering with each passing day –even More




  • Jammu

Conduct investigation by sitting HC judge: BJYM

Jammu, July 21: The youth wing of BJP today demanded a probe by a sitting High Court judge into the firing incident in Ramban district that left four persons dead on July 18. "We demand stern action More



  • World

World’s first Quran in embroidery

Dubai, July 21: It’s unique, it’s magical and it’s monumental. A Syrian businessman in his 50s has come up with a new form of art that’s a blend of calligraphy and embroidery and, interestingly, he has More



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